Re-Entry – Life After Incarceration

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.

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Situation Report #172

COVID-19 Vashon Situation Report  The Vashon Emergency Operations Center produces this briefing for our emergency workers and for the community. The situation report is published Tuesday and Friday and includes information on Vashon community response actions and support. You can read the full text of today’s report as a PDF and access older ones at:https://vashonbeprepared.org/News/SitReps Sign up […]

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Situation Report #170

COVID-19 Vashon Situation Report  The Vashon Emergency Operations Center produces this briefing for our ... Read more

Situation Report #169

Vaccination Appointment System Opening Today at 7:00•El Sistema de Citas para la Vacuna, se abre hoy a las 7PM ... Read more

Situation Report #168

COVID-19 Vashon Situation Report    The Vashon Emergency Operations Center produces this briefing for our ... Read more

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