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There are two things Larry Cort’s friends, colleagues and admirers need to know. First, the former Coupeville councilman and planning director made it through brain surgery last Wednesday with flying colors.
Community Events, November 2014
The holidays are busy for many people, but this time of year can also be hard for animals, especially ones that are newly joining a family.
Coupeville High School students last week loaded thousands of items of food collected for Gifts From the Heart food bank. The annual school food drive is the food bank’s largest food drive of the year, said Molly Hughes, food bank president. They have already collected more than 2,500 items during the three-week drive and have decided to extend their food drive to Dec. 5.
Homeowners with limited resources and are unable to do necessary work on their home are in luck. Central Whidbey Hearts & Hammers is seeking applications for its workday blitz on Saturday, May 2.
Coupeville Wharf will play host to 150 youth sailors during an interscholastic sailing competition in April.