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August 5, 2011

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4 Friday, August 5, 2011" West Seattle Herald / Opensazamee offers positive message Charity youth event to be held Aug. 12 A charity event to raise funds for the youth in the community dubbed Open- sazamee is set to take place Friday, August 12th in the parking lot of 9601 35th Ave. S.W. in West Seattle. The event begins at noon and will continue until 1:00 am. Music for the event will be provided by performed by local musicians The Ancient Robotz, Only 1 Wizer, Front Street Family and more being booked as the event nears. "It's all clean positive music," said Shane Strohm, event organizer. "Throughout the day and evening we plan to have people giving testimony as to how their lives were changed to becoming more positive for the community." The music planned will be "Gospel mixed Hip-Hop and R&B" said Strohm. There will be vender booths with vari- ous products from baked goods, music merchandise including cds, t-shirts and informational packets containing com- munity outreach programs will be avail- able. A BBQ begins shortly after the event begins and Strohm hopes to have custom- ized cars on display as well. The goal is to reach out to the youth and show them the power in words and positive possibilities available in the com- munity. Admission is $5 for adults and kids. This is "family friendly event" said Stro- hm sponsored by the Freedom Church of Seattle. "The funds collected will be distributed back into the community by the church," he said. For more information visit the organiz- er's Facebook Page or call Shane Strohm at 206-251-8329 The charm d Vashon is just e 15 mt00e ferrg ride frc00 the Fo00oL3 TO TRY IT IS TO LOVE IT. PLACE AN ORDER AT WWW,TVICR.COM 1 206.465.9800 ORGANIC TRADE LGALLERY Vashon Tea Shop 206-463-5202 .... 5\\;fl  0 Book, Bring a Friend, EnJJ ' ' Organic Teas-Coffees Light meals-Desserts-Unique gifts l Vegan/gluten-free options available Mon-Sat: 8:30am - 5prn, Sun 12-5pm 17600 Highway Vashon S.W.. Vashon Kayak Center Open for weekend hourly rentals at the Jensen Ft. Boathouse, Burton Acres Early Morning Wildlife Yours Late NigM Bio-LigM Yours Vnslar Romanffc MoonligM Paddles Overniglds to Blake Island Open Memorial Day through Labor Day Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday lOam-5prn or by appointment Call to reserve your kayak or group date 206463-9602 weekdays, 206463-YAKS (9257) Thursday-Sunday kayaks@vashonparkdistrictorg TRAIL RIDES! 20-940-0022 PIER 50 (DOWNTOWN SEATTLE), FOOT FERRY ONLY SCHEDULE INFORMATION WWW.KINGCOU NTY.GOV/IRANSPORTATION/KCDOT/MARINE ,/WATERTI#ASflONISLANO-OOWNTOWNSEAITLE.ASPX FOR BUS INFORMATION TO 8, ON THE ISLAND: WWW.KINGCOUNTY.GOV/IRIPPLANNER Right in your own backyard lies an almost secret destination filled with beautiful beaches, lovely accomodations, eclectic restaurants, quaint shops AND plenty of fun! Plan your next long weekend or full-fledged vacation closer to home and spend more time enjoy- ing the calm beauty and fun-loving personality we call home. FIRST FRIDAY GALLERY CRUISE-On the first Friday of each month Vashon Art Galleries open their doors for the "Gallery Cruise". VASHON FARMER'S MARKET- Each Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm, over 25 Vashon farmers and crafters bring their best to market. the Quatermaster Inn VIRGINIA V SET TO SAIL around Vashon this August!- The Virginia V, one of the most beautiful steamboats, and the last survivor of the now-gone Mosquito Fleet, will sail around Vashon again this summer. Capture the romance and join us for the "Gatsby Cruise" on Sunday, August 21 st. - Vashon Island Chamber of Commerce For monthly events and nightly entertainment: