Donations sought for repairs to tall ship Hawaiian Chieftain
The sea has taken its toll on the tall ship Hawaiian Chieftain and the Grays Harbor Historical Seaport is asking for donations for Project Overhaul, a three-year, three-phase restoration project that will cost $206,400. "The sea is harsh," said Seaport Executive Director Brandi Bednarik.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at The Olympian.
#1 Jun 27, 2017
So, you bunch of rich azzh*les won't help any poor
folks in your town, but you'll throw money at crap
like this. The corruption and mental illness of the
"city administration" of this town, never ceases
to amaze. Maybe these people should be told
to GET A JOB like everyone else is, in PT!!!!!
#2 Jun 28, 2017
I bet they could get some donations for their overpriced
vanity ship if they called it "low income housing" and had
it trundled through town with the promise of renting
it to someone for $1k a month and calling it a
"low income" apartment. Ha ha. PT, home of the
Not Quite As Advertised "vibrant" community.
Vibrant with MONEY and NO HEART, that is...
Add your comments below
|McCauley takes job with Jefferson County (Jun '17)||Jul '17||Jimmy Marsters||3|
|Dream Port Townsend retreat asks $2.4 million (Jul '17)||Jul '17||Denise DiNardo||2|
|Port Townsend paper mill already below carbon c... (Jan '16)||Jun '17||David Eubanks||2|
|A second home: R2AK coming soon (Jun '17)||Jun '17||David Eubanks||1|
|Sequim Schools' survey says community would sup... (Jul '16)||Aug '16||Im Awake Now||2|
|Basics of Islam offered during two discussions ... (May '16)||May '16||The Prophet MO Sm...||3|
|anyone remember doug roberson???? (Mar '12)||May '16||Paul Bain||3|
Find what you want!
Search Sequim Forum Now
Copyright © 2018 Topix LLC