Advance Planning Seminar

The Beach Club
121 Marina View Drive, Port Ludlow
Saturday, March 2, 2019

12:30 Sign-in
1:00 – 4:00 Program

Cost of seminar: Free
Peace of Mind: Priceless!

  • Get some tools to help you have crucial conversations with your loved ones about end-of-life options.
  • Learn how to maximize your quality of life in your final days.
  • Leave with a completed Advance Directive which reflects the latest thinking on the medical realities facing all of us at end of life.
  • You are encouraged to bring your adult children with you.

Sign-up at the Beach or Bay Club
SPACE IS LIMITED!

This seminar is sponsored by: VILLAGE COUNCIL HEALTH & WELLNESS COMMITTEE & END OF LIFE WASHINGTON, LMC, BEACH CLUB

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT – BLOCK CAPTAIN FAIR

4:00 pm at the Bay Club – Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Keynote speakers:
Lynne Sterbenz, Director of Emergency Management for Jefferson County
Brad Martin – Fire Chief of Fire District-#3 –Port Ludlow
Pat Lohrey – Emergency Management Coordinator for South Bay
Ginny Munger – Emergency Management Coordinator for North Bay

And introduction of Port Ludlow’s new Director of Emergency Management:
Danille Turissini

Break Out Session Topics:
Grab and Go Supplies
Preparations for Special Needs Residents and Pets
Shelter–In-Place
Block Captain Liability Issues
FRS and HAM Radio Communication
Map Your Neighborhood

.…..and then……
Pizza and Prize Raffle

PETITION DRIVE

The LMC, SBCA and PLVC Ad Hoc Committees addressing the logging that took place in the Master Planned Resort last year are circulating a petition to be presented to the Board of County Commissioners at their Monday morning meeting on April 25.
PLEASE CLICK HERE
If you are unable to sign in person, please follow the link for the petition, once it is open you can print, sign, and return to petition@portludlowvillagecouncil.com
The petition states: “The visual blight resulting from clear cut logging has no place within our Master Planned Resort.  As a resident of Port Ludlow, I oppose (1) any commercial timber harvesting of our forested Open Space Reserves and (2) any logging of other forested areas within the MPR that is not directly associated with the active conversion of a parcel to a residential or other allowable use in accordance with the MPR Development Agreement.”

Thank you for supporting your community on this important issue.