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“I was introduced to a wild, wacky, wonderful woman named Judy Thorslund in the late 1990s. Several of us from South Whidbey began a program called Readiness To Learn (RTL). Judy became one of our favorite people to go to when we needed food,, gas money, housing or any of the other basic needs for the families who were enrolled in the RTL program. Judy is one of the angels God sent down to earth to help take care of us with her heart of gold.”
Community Events, March 2014
MY OH MY, have we all had some crazy weather the past few … MONTHS! All I can say is do your best to stay warm and think sunny thoughts. I guarantee SPRING is just around the corner – 14 days, 13 hours, 24 minutes and 6 seconds at the time that I am writing...
She came to South Whidbey in 1977, leaving a life behind her in Seattle that had been shattered by the death of a child, drug addiction and broken dreams. As Judy Thorslund says, “I spent the next 4 years here on South Whidbey finding the bottom of a bottle. Thankfully in 1982 I had a very powerful turn-around point in my life.”
I can’t believe I am finally saying it but it is that time of year! It is time to buy Gluten Free Girl Scout Cookies 2014! Well, at least some of us get to enjoy them, in some parts of the country you can now buy the newest addition to the Girl Scout Cookie list –...
‘Not your typical girl’ | South Whidbey resident featured in national beer advertising campaign for hard work, dedication
Jacqueline Gabelein is awake and leaving for the gym by 3:45 a.m. She trains for an hour and is back at her home by 5:30 a.m. to get started on her chores, starting the fire and packing lunches.