A lot of Information

We will be discussing Neighborhood Disaster Preparedness-
Wednesday, May 4th, at the Self Reliant Community meeting at 6:30 pm at the 70th Ave. Fire Station.


Lisa C.’s E-mail 5/01/11

Well it was a rainy Monday to ‘break ground’ at Mr. Borten’s place but Wayne showed up with the tiller and Bonnie was so excited to begin! She and her friend Beau were doing just great untill the belt broke 😦
Leslie and I  were there also…we will be going back on Wednesday @ 11:00 am…weather should be nicer.

lisaRed rose



We had a booth at the SPRING INTO HEALTH FAIR in Eatonville on Saturday-4-30-11. We met some great people and hopefully gained some new members. We also had a sign-up sheet for people interested in starting their own group in the Eatonville area. If you are interested call Wayne at 253-847-4614 or e-mail him at wcooke648@msn.com. We will try to forward this on to people who can coordinate a group.

 Wayne and our booth.

I loved the name of this business-DANCING BEES AND FRUITFUL TREES  

There was another room full of display tables. A great turn out for Eatonville!***********************************************************************************

Carol’s E-mail 5/01/11

From: Carol [mailto:carol.v.wright@att.net]
Sent: Sunday, May 01, 2011 8:35 AM
summer feed the children

The almost 2,000 lbs. of rhubarb that Bruce and Ann Lachney donated to our non-profit is ready to pick, sell and buy! Know anyone who might like some for $2.00/lb., help pick or sell it at the Puyallup farmer’s market? Lovely Vera picked 2 rows yesterday, will sell it today (Plus the next 4 Sundays) at the market and will deliver large local orders. Let us know if you can help our summer feeding project (there are almost 300 homeless children in the Bethel School District!) in this way or will you pass this information on to your local friends?

Also, we’re looking for groups who will spend about 2 hours to help pass out the lunch food on just 1 Friday this summer. Hopefully,

Carol V. Wright 253 847 9755
Graham Kapowsin
Community Council
www.grahamlearning.org … linking the greater Graham community where the impact is great! Link to the BSD site:  http://www.bethelsd.org/community/events You are receiving this email because you have at one time expressed interest in GKCC. If you wish to be taken off this list, please let us know. No hard feelings!*****************************************************************************

Wayne’s E-mail 4/26/11

Would any of you have anything, or ideas, that you would like to show off at the
booth? We will have a signup at the May 4th meeting to help staff the booth.
Let me or Kelda know.  Thank you!

—–Original Message—–
kelda@riseup.net [mailto:kelda@riseup.net]
Sent: Tuesday, April 26,
2011 11:50 AM
To: wayne
Subject: Re: Mother Earth News Fair

Hi Wayne!
We’ll be in a 10’x20′ booth, and can spill out the sides as we won’t be
right next to any other booths, but outside. Any and all of your ideas can
fit unless it’s raining and things get tight. Most of the fair will be in
the area near the Blue Gate;)

I must start thinking about June 4th.  We’ll have Holly’s tri-fold etc.,
but is there space for more?  Do you want maybe Jerry to show a solar
gadget, or Deej to show a mushroom log, or Anuttama plants for
natural medicine?  I wondered about space, and exactly where the Fair
will be held in the Fairgrounds.  Thanks for clarifying.

Attachment from Wayne’s E-mail 4/24/11

Barbara and I hope you had a very pleasant Easter with friends (as we did) and family.

Here is the Mother Earth Easy BREAD RECIPE from
Charmaine Marshall that I promised to share with you.  It was in an earlier email, also.

6-3-3-13 That’s the recipe. 

 Put 6 cups of lukewarm water Into a large container.
Add 3 tablespoons of yeast. (Don’t worry if it doesn’t all dissolve).
Add 3 tablespoons of salt (less if desired).
Add 13 leveled cups of unbleached, unsifted, white flour.
Mix with large spoon or heavy duty mixer with bread hook until uniformly moist.  Use very wet hands if necessary, but do not knead. 
Let sit and rise for two to five hours.  Then refrigerate.  
Anytime after 3 hours in refrigerator, tear out a grapefruit-sized chunk and shape however you want for the pan you are using and bake.
Next meeting is Wed, May 4th, at the Fire Station on 70th, at 6:30pm.
It will be about Neighborhood Emergency Teams.  If you like, bring something you make or do for the Show and Share Tables so people can get better acquainted with who you are and what you can do.
Door Prize will be the Rain Barrel donated by Sky and Betty.
Raffle Prize will be donated items.  Enjoy.

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