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January 13th, 2019 - Posted in Blog
The raffle proceeds will be used to help fund VoV’s Emergency Alert System broadcasts on 1650AM, VoiceOfVashon.org, Facebook and the VoV app.
WATCH THIS EPISODE ~~~ Vashon: Then & Now – The Japanese American Presence on Vashon Part 1. This is the first episode of Vashon Then and Now’s second season. The show traces the evolution of Japanese Americans on the island from early farm laborers in 1900, through their integration into the larger Vashon society, and concludes […]
Watch these videos about Community Emergency Preparedness presented by VashonBePrepared, CERT and Voice of Vashon. King County Community Service Area program and Vashon Fire & Rescue.
The winners of “The Voice (of Vashon)” second annual singing contest.
Voice of Vashon’s studio is dedicated to Jean Bosch, President of VoV Board of Directors from 2011 to 2016. Jean was a remarkable person with a wide span of abilities and a willingness to do whatever was necessary for the benefit of this community. She was devoted to the success of VoV, and every person who was […]
Vashon High School student actors Alivia Jones & Emma Rose DeSantis came by to perform a scene from the play, “Sophie,” which wraps up its run at the VHS theater this weekend before traveling to China!
As part of its efforts to acknowledge and address racism on Vashon and beyond, the island’s Showing Up for Racial Justice group will host a discussion next weekend about incarceration and systemic racism in the criminal justice system.
Vashon: Then & Now is a documentary series about Washington State’s colorful Vashon Island. Just a few minutes ferry ride from Seattle, Vashon has an intriguing past as well as a delightful present. Explore the island with historian Bruce Haulman, co-host Lisa Reeves, special reporter Chris Austin and old-timey newsreader Jeff Hoyt as they create a […]
SAVING THE CLINIC: Health-care network Neighborcare of Seattle has agreed to take over Vashon’s largest primary-care clinic, succeeding CHI Franciscan.