ST. PAUL FOOD PANTRY
The St. Paul Food Pantry, at the corner of 224th and 108th Avenue, in Graham, is open from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Fridays for those in need of food and to receive food donations. Visit St. Paul Lutheran’s website, lcspgraham.org, for information on how to assist the Graham community through food and financial donations.
HARVEST HOUSE FOOD PANTRY
Harvest House Food Pantry in Graham, through the generosity of donors in our community, we are able to stock the shelves of our food pantry with nutritious, well balanced food items. We give our neighbors the opportunity to select their own groceries based on the quantity we have available.
How can I get involved? Members of our community are encouraged to join the excitement and help serve our neighbors in need. If you are interested in volunteering, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I Donate? We greatly appreciate both food and money donations to assist with carrying out our endeavors. Donations are accepted during our office hours at the church: Tuesday through Friday from 9am- 4pm. Additionally, we have donation bins located at a number of area businesses. Just look for the Cedar Bins with the Harvest House Logo stamped on it.
We are still taking donations. On Saturday’s our distribution will be different. All items will be pre-boxed to help speed up the lines. We are also doing this to encourage social distancing. Harvest House will continue to be opened as long as we are able! We do need help with volunteers.
Items Every Food Bank Needs Right Now:
Canned tuna or salmon, Canned chicken or other meats, Canned beans, Dried beans, Canned soups and stews, Peanut butter, Nuts, Canned chili
Anyone is welcome to receive food once a week, during our hours of operation: Saturdays 930-12pm
Cedar Springs Community Church - Harvest House, 25713 70th Ave E, Graham, WA 98338
FOOD BANK ON TUESDAY
There is a food bank in Graham open for those in need. Located at Frontier Park in the Grange Kitchen on the front lawn from 1pm to 3pm on Tuesdays each week.
EASTER CHILDREN’S CHOIR
All children are invited to participate in the children’s choir for Easter Community Sunrise Service which will be held on Easter Sunday, April 12th, 7:00 AM at Eatonville High School Stadium.
Children’s choir practice will be at the Eatonville United Methodist Church at 1:00 pm March 22 and March 29th. All children are invited! For more information contact Stephanie at 206-948-9043.
THE LIVING LAST SUPPER
Eatonville Baptist Church at 825 Eatonville HWY W in Eatonville will be hosting the Harbor Covenant Church acting troupe, who will be performing a live action version of DaVinci’s Last Supper. This is the third time they are performing here and tells the important story of the night before Jesus’ Crucifixion and gives perspective from all 12 Disciples leading up to that evening. The event is on March 28th at 6pm.
APRIL RUMMAGE SALE POSTPONED
Our Lady of Good Counsel Rummage Sale that always occurs the first week in April is being postponed due to the Coronavirus. The Rummage Sale will be rescheduled once the virus has run its course. We will advertise the new date for the sale in advance. Thanks to all who always supports this event.
FREE FOOD FRIDAY
Graham-Kapowsin Community Council’s FREE Food Friday (FFF) will be at The Ridge MHP (Mobile Home Park, 22601 90th Ave. E., Graham 98338) Friday April 3rd from 12-1pm. St Paul’s Lutheran Church continues with their food pantry every Friday from 10:30-11:30am on the corner of 224th & 108th Ave East. Info: 253-279-3071
MEET AND GREET
Due to COVID-19 concerns, the "Listening to Community” meet and greet with County Council District 3 candidate Yanah G. Cook has been rescheduled to 4-8 p.m. June 6 at the OHOP Grange, 41608 Mountain Hwy E, Eatonville. As before, there will be food, music and beverages and an opportunity for people to have some fun, get to know and share concerns and opinions with Cook.
The Eatonville Family Agency, a nonprofit charitable organization, supports and runs the only backpack program in the Eatonville School District, which feeds around 100 children each weekend for the school year. To participate, volunteer or donate, visit the agency at the Eatonville Community Center at 305 W. Center St., in Eatonville or call 360-832-6805 for information.
This is a faith-based 12-Step Recovery Program. Become a guest at one of the weekly Celebrate Recovery meetings every Tuesday evening. The group offers childcare. Dinner is at 6 p.m., worship is at 6:30 p.m., large group time is at 7 p.m. and small groups are at 7:30 p.m. Call 360-303-7038 or visit www.TheCenterPoint.org to learn more.
The Eatonville Library offers children’s story time at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesdays. These events offer stories, art activities, rhymes, sings and fingerplays for children and caregivers.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
Eatonville United Methodist Church will host a no-cost afterschool program, called Jesus for Kids (JFK) Wednesdays from 3-5 p.m. at the church for elementary- and middle-school-aged kids. There will be snacks, tutoring, crafts, games and chapel time. For more information, contact 360-832-4021, 360-832-4560 or 253-328-2344.
The Graham Business Association meets from 7:15-9 a.m. the third Wednesday of every month at The Lodge at Frontier Park.
GBA, PO Box 163, Graham WA 98338. Phone 360-832-2451