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BIRTHS AT NAVAL HOSPITAL BREMERTON
Thursday, Sept. 17
A girl to Cristina and Terry Thomas of Silverdale.
Monday, Sept. 28
A girl to April Rodriguez and Darnell Patrick Cabigas Sales of Bremerton.
Thursday, Oct. 1
A boy to Kyla and Couri Childs of Silverdale.
Monday, Oct. 5
A girl to Michele and Deandre Moore of Silverdale.
Tuesday, Oct. 6
A girl to Carla and Jared Severson of Poulsbo.
A boy to Jessica and Richardo Hernandez of Bremerton.
Wednesday, Oct. 7
A boy to Megan Reann and Troy Vincent Cueller of Bremerton.
A boy to Sara and Jonathan Christopher Wolf of Poulsbo.
Saturday, Oct. 10
A boy to Stacy Diane and Craig David Shafer of Silverdale.
BIRTHS AT HARRISON MEDICAL CENTER
Friday, Sept. 25
A boy to Courtney Sullivan and William Robles of Keyport.
Tuesday, Sept. 29
A girl to Tricia and Aaron Robinson of Bremerton.
Sunday, Oct. 11
A boy to Jeanne and Christopher Broxton of Bremerton.
FERRY RIDERS SOUGHT FOR COMMITTEE
The Kitsap County commissioners are seeking Bremerton ferry riders interested in serving on the Bremerton Ferry Advisory Committee. Ferry Advisory Committees represent ferry riders while promoting improvements to the ferry system through interaction with the Washington State Ferries, Kitsap Regional Coordinating Council, Transportation Commission and the Legislature. Interested residents who are regular ferry users of the Bremerton terminal are encouraged to apply for the open position.
An application and position description may be obtained from Jan Koske, Kitsap County volunteer services coordinator, at (360) 337-4650 or email@example.com An application also can be completed online at www.kitsapgov.com/volunteer/frmbrdapp.htm. Completed applications are due by 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12.
SANTAS TO SENIORS NEEDED
Home Instead Senior Care is sponsoring a community service project called “Be a Santa to a Senior.”
The purpose of the program is to positively impact the community by providing Christmas cheer to seniors who are least likely to receive a present during the Christmas season. Many of whom are lonely, financially challenged or in a nursing home and may otherwise not enjoy the Christmas spirit. Although community support for the program has been strong thus far, Home Instead Senior Care is still in need of many more gifts for seniors in need.
To sponsor a senior this holiday season, call (360) 782-4663. A senior will be assigned as well as information on their favorite colors, sizes or favorite pastimes to help with a gift selection.
Donations also are accepted in place of gifts and can be sent to Home Instead Senior Care, 840 Callahan Dr., Suite C, Bremerton, WA 98311.