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On JBLM, Girl Scouts celebrate 100th anniversary

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On JBLM, Girl Scouts celebrate 100th anniversary

  Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs and Trefoils-these classic cookies are often what people first think of when they see Girl Scouts, but on the 100th anniversary of the worldwide organization, scouts on Joint Base Lewis-McChord are doing more than selling their signature treats. Scouts have been participating

Zumba class helps JBLM Soldier shed 35 pounds

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Zumba class helps JBLM Soldier shed 35 pounds

When it comes to Zumba, the moves come natural to Jacqi Gordon. The Army spouse of Cuban descent has no problem following instructors of the Latin-dance inspired fitness program. A couple of months ago she invited her husband to join her in a class at one of the

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wear blue: run to remember enters second year in DuPont

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wear blue: run to remember enters second year in DuPont

When Lisa Hallett co-founded the wear blue: run to remember group nearly two years ago, she did so with a specific purpose. She had recently lost her husband, Capt. John Hallett, when his Stryker was attacked with an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan. Forty-one service members didn't

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ART GALLERIES/SPACES The Boze Gallery Tacoma. Landscape Series assembled from The Lyme School, through June 30 (Tahoma Unitarian Universalist Church, 1115 S. 56th St., 253.759.5706). Childhood’s End Gallery Olympia. Pastel on monotype by Marilyn Frasca, ceramic and mixed media by John & Robin Gumaelius, through May 31 10 am to 6

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Capitol Theater Olympia. The documentary Courthouse Girls of Farmland, May 29 noon, free (206 E. Fifth Ave., 360.754.6670). Museum of Glass Downtown Tacoma. The Time of Lino and White Light: Glass Compositions by Daniel Clayman, 10 am to 5 pm Mon-Sat, noon-5 pm Sun, 10 am to 8 pm 3rd Thurs.

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Borders Books, Music & Cafe Puyallup. Tweens’ Manga Book Club, the third Saturday of each month 2 pm. Children’s story time, every Wed and Sat 11 am (3829 S. Meridian, 253.845.8751). Children's Museum of Tacoma Downtown Tacoma. Wee One’s Weekly 1-2:30 Mon, 9:30-11 am Tues-Wed. Soar Into Story: The Adventures of

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DANCE CLASSES Studio 6 Ballroom Tacoma. Tango Practica, Tues 9 pm, $5. Salsa Practice, Fri 9:30 pm, $5. Fred/Fred and Ginger/Ginger same sex calls, Sat 5 pm (2806 Sixth Ave., 253.905.5301). EVENTS/FESTIVALS RecruitMilitary Job Fair Downtown Tacoma.  Event for job seekers with military backgrounds

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DANCE Dance Theatre Northwest University Place. Celebrate Summer Art Series, May 30 6 pm, free (Bridgeport Place, 5250 Bridgeport Way W, 253.565.5149). THEATER Capital Playhouse Olympia. Sondheim's A Little Night Music featuring Jeff Kingsbury and Jenny May Donnell, through May 30 7:30 pm Wed-Sat, 2

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LECTURES/CLASSES/CLUBS Crystal Voyage Tacoma. A Buddhist meditation class, Mon 7-8:30 pm. $10 (2601 East D St., Suite 300, 253.272.4367). Historic Tacoma Downtown Tacoma. Several brainiacs lecture on “Tacoma Historic Sacred Places: Their Past, Present and Future,” May 28 7 pm (Urban Grace Church, South

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Tacoma Community College Symphonic Band Tacoma. Dances And Abstractions featuring works by Barnes Chance, Susato, Paulson, Dvorak and Yurko, May 28 7:30 pm, $5 (TCC Building 3, 6501 S. 19th St., 253.566.5000]  

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LECTURES/CLASSES/CLUBS Childhood’s End Gallery Olympia. Artist Marilyn Frasca discusses her art, May 23 4-5:30 pm (222 W. Fourth Ave., 360.943.3724). Historic Tacoma Downtown Tacoma. Several brainiacs lecture on “Tacoma Historic Sacred Places: Their Past, Present and Future,” May 28 7 pm (Urban Grace Church, South Ninth and Market Street, 253.761.9349). Narada Theosophical Society

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DANCE CLASSES Studio 6 Ballroom Tacoma. Tango Practica, Tues 9 pm, $5. Salsa Practice, Fri 9:30 pm, $5. Fred/Fred and Ginger/Ginger same sex calls, Sat 5 pm (2806 Sixth Ave., 253.905.5301). EVENTS/FESTIVALS Adventures Downtown Tacoma. Tour the historic 133 foot schooner Adventures, May 24

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THEATER Capital Playhouse Olympia. Sondheim's A Little Night Music featuring Jeff Kingsbury and Jenny May Donnell, through May 30 7:30 pm Wed-Sat, 2 pm Sun, $23-$35 (612 Fourth Ave. E., 360.943.2744). D.A.S.H. Center for the Arts Hilltop Tacoma. VoiceMales, a revue of music's most popular male groups over five decades, May

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Borders Books Tacoma. Story hour for kids, every Saturday noon, free. (2508 S. 38th St., 253.473.9111). Borders Books, Music & Cafe Puyallup. Tweens’ Manga Book Club, the third Saturday of each month 2 pm. Children’s story time, every Wed and Sat 11 am (3829 S. Meridian, 253.845.8751). Children's Museum of Tacoma Downtown

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Capitol Theater Olympia. Film benefit for Books For prisoners featuring the film The Last Graduation, May 23 1 pm, $5-$8. Heart Like a Wheel featuring drag racing driver Shirley Muldowney, May 24 noon, free (206 E. Fifth Ave., 360.754.6670). Museum of Glass Downtown Tacoma. The Time of Lino and White Light:

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ART GALLERIES/SPACES Art House Designs Olympia. BURNINGMAN, 50 color photographs by Ed Hoffman, through May 24 (420 Franklin St.). BKB & Company Tacoma. Jamie Johnson's painted neighborhood series, through May 23 11 am to 6 pm Mon-Sat, (1734 Pacific Ave., 253.272.6884). Bonnie Burns Glass Blowing Studio & Gallery Hilltop Tacoma. Glassblowing classes

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Choir/Classical

Pacific Lutheran University Parkland/Tacoma. Music Department Commencement Concert featuring Choir of the West, University Chorale, University Symphony Orchestra, University Band and University Jazz Ensemble, May 23 8-10 pm, free (Lagerquist Concert Hall, 12180 Park Street S., 253.535.7787).

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