If April showers bring May flowers, I’m not sure what April hail and snow storms bring. It sure has been an interesting weather month so far!
Thank you to all that attended, supported, and managed all the logistics of the Ukrainian fund raiser event last Friday! It was well attended and I hear they raised over $10,000!! A huge shout out to Erin Hornor Catering, Hood Canal Brewery, Charlie’s Produce, Kelsey Reckord for the logo design, Blue Sky Printing, Sound Reprographics, Story/Januik Winery, Kimmel and Young for more wine, Judith Weinstock for the homemade bread, and the many volunteers who donated food, time, and talents to make the event so successful!!
The community Easter Egg Hunt was also a huge success. Next year we need to take some group photos of the kids before they scatter. Did anyone ever find the silver egg on the beach?? Thank you to all the volunteers who helped to put that together.
Coming up this weekend is Indianola’s Earth Day Beach Clean-up. Although, I am so proud to say that each and every day some member of our community does some large or small part to keep Indianola free from litter!
It looks like the head of the dock project is coming to its completion. The garden bed has been planted with native shrubs and plants thanks to Indianola Garden Club members Ann Lantz and Susan Henry.
Going forward there will be a slight modification to the Breeze. The minutes to the monthly meetings will no longer be printed, however, they will be available on the the online version of the Breeze. The reason is to save space and money. Did you know the online version of the Breeze often has more photos of the various IBIC events? Check it out!
Enjoy the Spring flowers!
Karen Jacobsen Kinnaird