Article from ThurstonTalk
November 15 is National Philanthropy Day–a nationwide celebration of the positive impact charitable giving has on communities. In the true spirit of philanthropy, the South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) Foundation team will be joined by student volunteers from the SPSCC Student Cabinet who will be giving their time for a three-day phone-a-thon November 14 through November 16.
Article from Oly Arts
By Alec Clayton
Jen Silverman’s “The Moors” is a dark comedy about two sisters, a maid, and a dog who live in isolated loneliness on the bleak English moors. With the arrival of a governess and a moorhen, all their lives take strange and dangerous turns. There is desperation and seduction, a murder plot (the less said about that the better) and laughs galore.
Article via The Olympian
By Rolf Boone
South Puget Sound Community College is closer to offering its first bachelor’s degree after the proposed degree was approved this month by the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges.
The degree will be a bachelor’s in applied science in craft beverage management and quality assurance, according to the college.
Article via Nisqually Valley News
By Brandon Hansen
After moving to Yelm four years ago, Lauren Sendall decided to turn her love for crystals into a thriving, online business.
While attending school at South Puget Sound Community College, Sendall said she felt the need to do something while her husband ran his business, GG Smoke and Vapor.
Excerpt via OlyArts
By Alec Clayton
Harlequin Productions calls its 2023 seson a “Resilience Season.” That appellation could well apply to all local, live theaters surviving shutdowns and reopenings with required mask wearing and proof of vaccination. Our local theaters are indeed resilient, and their 2022-23 seasons look to be outstanding.
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