President’s Message – July 1, 2020
Last Sunday marked the official start of summer which is shaping up to be a quiet affair here in North Kitsap. The County has applied to the State to enter Phase 3 in which gatherings of up to 50 people are allowed, especially if an event is held outdoors. In practice though, it is difficult to imagine a community dinner with everyone sitting six feet apart, let alone using a face mask.
Several people contacted us to express their disappointment at the cancellation of the Fall Book Sale. I want to reassure everyone that the we have a substantial inventory, neatly classified and ready for sale in 2021. We know that the Book Sales are very popular.
In the meantime, the GHCC has transitioned the Log to an on-line format and is exploring the possibility of a virtual event. We are also working on a landscaping renovation around the building. We are sorry that we cannot offer you more at this time and are always open to new suggestions and ideas.
Our long hours of daylight and temperate climate make outdoor activities more appealing. Hiking, biking and fishing are all possibilities and the Greenway beckons. It’s easier to “stay local” when we live in such an appealing place.
Take care and stay safe!