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Village Green, Giving Garden, Persons of the Year among top stories

The Kingston Community News July edition is now on the streets and in the mail.  - Page designed by Richard Walker
The Kingston Community News July edition is now on the streets and in the mail.
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KINGSTON — Village Green awarded a $1 million grant. Giving Garden organizers want to make sure students are fed during the summer. Pulling in the Canoe Journey requires mental, physical and spiritual discipline. Port Gamble S'Klallam is determining the best uses for its Heronswood gardens. Nick and Wendy Jewett are the Kingston Chamber of Commerce's Persons of the Year.

Those are the top stories in the July edition of the Kingston Community News, available in mailboxes and local stores.

This edition of the Kingston Community News is 32 pages. Inside, you'll find local news, Editorial, Letters, Around Town, Community Calendar, two pages devoted to Kingston High School's Class of 2012, a four-page pullout section on the Kingston 4th of July celebration, Chamber of Commerce pages, Classifieds, Real Estate, all of your favorite local columnists, and local advertising.

You can also read the Community News page by page at www.kingstoncommunitynews.com/green_editions. You can get regular news updates at KingstonCommunityNews.com, on Facebook, and on your mobile device.

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