New Fountain
Building Benches
Ground breaking

New Benches & Fountain

Kingston Rotarians celebrated another successful project benefiting our community.
Monday afternoon, Oct 30, two benches were installed near the playground area at Kingston’s Village Green Park.  The project was spearheaded by Rotary’s Community Affairs Committee and it’s chair, Jim Dixon.  Dixon says the project could not have been done without the assistance of local contractor Matt House and Kiwanian Dave Wetter.  “Matt is, the hero on this thing,” Dixon said, speaking of House.  “He donated 65-bags of concrete to pour the pads and the bench supports.  He designed the supports and the bench architecture, and he delivered all the materials for the work party to install today.  This community owes a lot to Matt House, and Kiwanian Dave Wetter who engineered the new drinking fountain (below), and was a huge help with both projects.”  Every time you drive past the park and see mothers, dads, grandmas and grandpas watching their kids enjoy the playground from the comfort of the new benches, think of Rotary.  It is the mission of Rotary to bring together resources to improve our community, one project at a time.
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On Dec. 12 the new electronic community welcome sign on Lindvog Road and N.E. State Highway 104 went operational.

Coffee Oasis

Kingston North Kitsap Rotarians witnessed, first-hand the difference they are making in the community, a $15k check was presented by President Breane Martinez to Coffee Oasis Executive Director Dave Frederick and volunteer Jet Woelke to support the new Coffee Oasis in Kingston. The funds were a direct result of “Raise the Paddle” at the recent Swing for Rotary golf tournament at White Horse.
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