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Look What’s Happening in Oakville!!! Here Comes the Independence Community members in the Oakville area are looking ahead to this Parade and Celebration! year’s community activities which will include an Easter egg hunt, the Independence Parade and Community celebration, the Zucchini Festival, Yes, this year’s Independence Parade and Community Celebration is set th and the Holiday Tree Lighting/Community Spaghetti Dinner. for Saturday, July 5 . Remember how much fun we had at last year’s Parade and Celebration? There was such great response to the parade and Put these dates on your calendar now and come enjoy these family the addition of live music, a car show, kids’ activities, and food and craft activities! vendors. „ Easter egg hunt ..................................................... Saturday, April19 Well, we want to do that and more again this year, so …..The frst „ Independence Parade and Celebration ......,,,,....... Saturday, July 5 Independence Parade and Celebration planning meeting is set for 5:30 th „ Zucchini Festival/Kids Parade ............................. Saturday, September 13 PM on Wednesday, March 12 at the Library. „ Community Spaghetti dinner/Tree Lighting ........ Saturday, December 6 Thanks to the many community folks who participated to create last year’s Chamber meetings inspiring event; we will again need that involvement to make this year’s The frst Wednesday of each month Next meeting is Celebration a truly community event. Starts at 5:30 PM at the Wednesday, Oakville City Hall. April 2 Come be part of the Buzz! More informaton: Save the Date!; (360) 493-2230 ext 10 Tamara Clark Formerly “Meth and More: Drug Abuse in Our Area” Wednesday, April 30 April 30, 2014 Please join the Thurston County Drug Acton 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Team for this comprehensive training on Registration begins at 8:30 AM (registraton begins at 8:30 a.m.) targetng drug abuse in our communites.  Presentatons from recognized Great Wolf Lodge, at the authorites Great Wolf Lodge Grand Mound, WA  Informatve breakout sessions Reserve your seat today!  Hear from professionals in many Early bird is $35, or $45 a�er April 1. fields  Networking and resources  Lunch Please join the Thurston County Drug Action Team for this comprehensive training on targeting drug abuse in our communities. CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS: We are requesting presentation proposals for the conference. The purpose of this conference is to provide a high-quality education, collaboration and networking opportunity for prevention leaders, treatment professionals, law enforcement professionals, educators, health professionals, government Tribal Members: If you are interested in attending this conference officials and the community. Sessions are designed to cover all community sectors and focus on current and emerging please contact Madelyn Dethlefs, Prevention Coordinator at issues, latest research findings, best practices, cutting-edge programs successes, lessons learned or problems solved. 360-709-1717 Presentations are designed for all levels of experience. They should last one hour, including a brief question-and-answer session. We will seek continuing education unit accreditation for all programs once they are selected. Submission deadline is Dec. 31, 2013 Please include a biography of the presenter, presentation description and expected outcomes. USDA Food CALL FOR EXHIBITORS: Would you or your organization like to have a resource table at the Meth and More Distribution Dates conference? Table sponsorship is $200 and includes one conference registration and lunch. Interested sponsors, please contact Tamara Clark at (360)493-2230 ext. 10, or Thursday, April 17 The 5th annual conference is brought to you by: Pick up is at the Community Center from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM. For more information contact Lynn or Shirley at 360-438-4216 Page 6   
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