|| September 17, 2015
|| Rebecca Pirtle, Commissioners' Office
Local projects and people highlighted at
Kingston Community Open House September 29
(Port Orchard, WA) - Come
learn about the latest planning efforts for improving pedestrian access in
downtown Kingston. Find out what local environmental organizations are doing
to improve water quality on our beaches. See how construction of the new
community center is progressing. Sign up for sailing classes. Learn about
resources available to low-income residents to provide basic needs of food,
clothing and shelter. All of this and more will be offered at the Kingston
Community Open House that takes place 6:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 29 at
Kingston Middle School on West Kingston Road.
Nearly 50 organizations will be represented at this event. County
departments including Public Works, Parks and Community Development will
have information on local projects. The Port of Kingston, schools, service
organizations and other non-profit groups will also have informational
tables, sharing details on economic development, environmental stewardship,
human services, local food production, emergency management, regional trails
networks and activities for all ages available in the community.
Complimentary snacks will be offered to keep attendees energized and
engaged. Children and families are welcome.
The Kingston Citizens Advisory Council hosts the Community Open House and
encourages residents to attend this free event to learn more about what’s
happening in the greater Kingston area, ask questions and find out about
opportunities to get involved.
For more information, call (360) 337-4683 or e-mail