New East Port Orchard Elementary School principal Paul Hulbert might have followed that traditional path without one administrative request.
The Old Waterman School is getting a new roof, thanks to the effort of the Associated Clubs of Waterman.
The 29th annaul Key Peninsula Logging Show and Festival is set from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Aug. 16, at 10405 State Route 302.
The Kitsap Immigrant Assistance Center will present “The Poulsbo Flea,” a flea market featuring more than 20 vendors with arts and crafts.
The Tacoma Narrows Tea Party and the 26th Legislative District Republican Club will host a breakfast from 9-11 a.m. Aug. 23 at Cottemore of Life Care, 2909 14th Ave. NW.
Volunteers are needed to assist with clerical projects in the Kitsap County Department of Community Development and data entry in the Commissioners’ Office.
The 2014 “Ride the Tide” Paddle Kitsap is scheduled for Aug. 23 and will start at 9 a.m. at the waterfront in Port Orchard.
South Kitsap School District director of community relations Amy Miller said she sought a more aesthetically pleasing look for the district’s redesigned website, which was unveiled Aug. 7.
ASSE International Student Exchange Programs (ASSE) is seeking local host families for international high school boys and girls.
Between 18,000 and 22,000 people roamed the Port Orchard waterfront and Bay Street for the 27th annual Cruz and Fathoms o' Fun Festival by the Bay.
More than 200 people attended the annual National Night Out event on Aug. 5 at Marina Waterfront Park.
The annual Wednesday Cruise is scheduled from 5-8 p.m. in the parking lot of Buck’s A&W on Mile Hill Drive.
The food drive is Aug. 16-17 at the Fred Meyer store and both Albertson’s locations.
South Kitsap Helpline is conducting a drive to collect news school supplies to help low-income children as they head back to school in September.
Karolyn Grimes and the It’s a Wonderful Life Museum launched a “It’s a Wonderful Road Trip” — a U-Haul truck loaded with items from Grimes’ collection.
Port Orchard resident Gregory “Vance” Vaught was still in his U.S. Coast Guard uniform when he was approached by the man in the Bremerton Elks Lodge in 1985.
Blaine and Linda Wilson, of Manchester, announced the engagement of their son, Sonny Wilson to Breanne Churchill, daughter of John and Marilynn Churchill of Everett.
Five Kitsap families who can trace their history back 100 years or more will be honored Sept. 18 at the Third Annual Heritage Family Banquet.
Before Amy’s on the Bay opened for lunch on Aug. 4, a movie crew filmed one of the scenes for “Closing Time” featuring Angelo DiMarco and Ben Andrew, seated at table. The short film was written by Port Orchard resident D.E. “Don” Manning and directed by Brion Rockwell, of Bremerton. The film is a story of love, disappointment, possible redemption and perhaps new beginnings. Four years after a bad breakup, a couple has a chance encounter in a Seattle bar.
Carl and Helene Jensen, of Port Orchard, announced the engagement of their daughter, Rachelle, to Cory Payne, son of Mike and Wendy Payne, of Olalla.