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The Journal of the San Juan Islands

8/15/2018 7:00:00 AM

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Pardon me. Do you have a minute? My name is Mae West. I’m a resident of the animal shelter here. It’s lovely here in Kamp Kitty and I don’t mind waiting to meet my forever person, but what I do mind is not being connected to the internet. Things get kind of quiet here in the afternoons and I’d love to Snapchat with my friends and check out my Instagram feed occasionally. I think I might be inclined to Tweet from time to time as well. I’ve been banned from Facebook for my political posts, but that’s a story for another time. If you know of anyone with an iPad or laptop I could borrow, please send them my way! Or better yet – take me home with you and we can share yours!

Animal Protection Society Presents: Pet of the Week
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8/15/2018 7:00:00 AM

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Kristina Lizanne Ewing (nee Thalacker) was born in Bellingham Washington, and grew up in Friday Harbor on San Juan Island. She graduated from Friday Harbor High School in 1992 and received a BA (political science and government) from Eastern Washington University in 1996, and a J.D. (Law) from Willamette University in 1999.

Kristina Lizanne Ewing (nee Thalacker)December 19, 1973 – July 30, 2018
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Join us at the fair! The San Juan Community Home Trust will be at the San Juan County Fair. We develop permanently affordable houses for islanders.

Visit the home trust at the fair | Letter
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8/15/2018 7:00:00 AM

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Joan Frances Mooney Rowe was born Nov. 5, 1928, to Nell and Roy Mooney in Lakewood, Washington. Her father, Roy, drove a fuel truck, and her mother, Nell, was an artist with an eye for nature’s patterns and textures.

Joan Frances Mooney Rowe | 1928 – 2018
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