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YMCA Spring Run sign up

Get registered for the YMCA’s 27th Annual Spring Run on May 3! The Kids’ Run kicks off at 8:30 am and the 10K and 2 mile run/walk start at 8:45 am. Teams with 20+ participants are eligible to receive a

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Intercity Transit recruiting for positions on the Authority and Citizen Advisory Committee

Intercity Transit is recruiting for one open position for Citizen Representative on its Authority Board, and several open positions on our Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC). Attached are two PDF files (one for the ITA position and the other for the

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Walking Patrol newsletter

First Walking Patrol/Downtown Police Services newsletter  

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Spring Break Camp

You can still register your child for a fun, engaging, safe camp experience at the YMCA this spring break, April 7 to 11! The Downtown Y will offer a morning of Sports Camp and an afternoon of Spring Fling Camp

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Washington Center awarded grant to host six-week program

The Washington Center for the Performing Arts has been awarded a $2,500 grant to host a six-week program series featuring documentary film screenings and scholar-led discussions of twentieth-century American popular music. The Center will host the “America’s Music: A Film

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SafePlace grows services in south Thurston County.

Starting this month, SafePlace is partnering with Rochester Organization of Families (ROOF) to offer legal advocacy services in Spanish and English to survivors residing in south Thurston County. Open to all survivors, our legal advocates, Lucy Santiago and Yessica Bevil,

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Express service provides regional travel options

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Getting around downtown Olympia is easy.

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Downtown tree trimming will brighten sidewalks

The streets and sidewalks in downtown Olympia will get a little brighter in the coming weeks. City work crews will be trimming trees over the next six weeks in downtown Olympia. The tree trimming is intended to remove limbs that

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Y Camp

Are you looking for a fun, engaging, safe environment for your child for spring and summer break? Get your child registered for spring break camp, April 7-11. The Downtown Y will offer a morning of Sports Camp and an afternoon

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