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South Hill credit union: Here is $100, now go do good with it

The employees at Washington State Employees Credit Union’s Puyallup: South Hill branch selected eight members at random to receive $100 in cash. The members were asked to give the money to an individual, charity or organization in need, and then spread the word by posting their good deed on social media. The Wounded Warrior Project, Mary’s Bridge Children’s Hospital and the Ronald McDonald House were among the groups members chose to support.

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A labor of love reveals Gig Harbor’s early history in new exhibit at Harbor History Museum

Capturing the diverse heritage and history of Gig Harbor into a single exhibit is no easy task, but a challenge that Joann Hale eagerly undertook when putting together the Harbor History Museum’s newest exhibit. Called ‘Arts & Artifacts: An Excellent Little Bay’ and inspired by the history book of the same title, the exhibit covers the first 90 years of Gig Harbor’s history, from 1860 to 1950.

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Painted rocks in Sumner spread smiles

Follow along as Kendra, Jesse and Lily Haeder hide painted rocks around Sumner in order to encourage people to go outside.
Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Painted rocks in Sumner spread smiles 1:13

Painted rocks in Sumner spread smiles

Clover Park Technical College unveils new plane 1:13

Clover Park Technical College unveils new plane

Sumner student-inventor explains her Pressure Soccer Ball 1:41

Sumner student-inventor explains her Pressure Soccer Ball

Gig Harbor seniors marry after unexpected romance blooms 1:10

Gig Harbor seniors marry after unexpected romance blooms