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Meeting to determine next steps for skate park

Those wanting a say in the future of Blaine’s skate park will want to attend a planning work session of the Blaine Parks and Cemetery Board next week.

2009 Peace Arch Park sculpture exhibit unveiled

As travelers cross through the Peace Arch border crossing this spring, wooden whale tails, bronze acrobats and stainless steel dancers will be just some of the sights visible from their vehicles.

9th Annual Bite of Blaine Monday

The Blaine Chamber of Commerce has set a date for their annual Bite of Blaine food festival, which will be hosted by the Semiahmoo Resort on Monday, February 16.

Briefs

Primary school hosts family night; Primary school hosts family night; City hosts short course on local planning; Sheriff’s office offers citizen’s academy

Blaine man cites improved life after brain surgery

Open the door to Blaine veterinarian Jack Schuman’s office and you’ll be greeted by a very friendly and energetic Jack Russell terrier named Brady. When you reach out to pet him Schuman will ask if you want to take Brady home.

Young At Heart

Welcome February, it means another month of fabulous fun, fellowship and food at the Blaine senior center. Welcome, everybody, join the crowd, here is a really great place to explore new ideas, encounter lively discussions, exercise with the weight-training equipment, borrow books, videos, and puzzles and devour delicious hot cooked meals within a circle of both new and old friends.

Blaine students recount experience at inauguration

Blaine high school freshman Jaclyn Adams was a part of history when she attended the inauguration of Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States of America on January 20. Adams traveled with a group of more than 15,000 students involved in a 5-day program with the Presidential Youth Inaugural Conference (PYIC).

Dine out for Womencare Feb. 18

Bellingham Cajun/Creole restaurant, Bayou on Bay, will sponsor their first Dine out for Womencare Shelter in order to aid the non-profit in raising much needed supplies and funds.

 

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