CHIMACUM — An AARP driver safety class will be offered at the Tri-Area Community Center, 10 West Valley Road, from 9 a.m. The cost for the class is for AARP members, for nonmembers. There is a registration fee for the Saturday and Sunday talks. The two-day class is designed to help refresh driving skills and inform attendees of revised laws.Participants who are 50 or older can qualify for a discount. To register, phone 360-732-4822 or volunteer class instructor Barry Birch at 360-379-0122. The facilitator will provide biographical, critical, translation and craft insights about Neruda’s work and invites participants to share their expertise. For more information, contact Denise Baker at 402-641-6659 or [email protected] Hamilton has served as a cybersecurity policy adviser for Washington state, is the former chief information security officer for the city of Seattle and was former managing consultant for Veri Sign Global Security Consulting. They must have discontinued them because I don’t see them anymore. I remember one guy that had a bunch of Christmas themed sandwich bags, to where he didn’t use them all in the holiday season.
Back in the day Glad made the sweetest fold top bags.
They were strong, weighed 1.4 grams exactly, and they were the best. I don’t the sandwich industry knew about the transition, but I guarantee stoners across America did!