Finn (Armstrong) – age 13, a Columbia neighbor on Williams Street, hasn’t been home since Tuesday around 1:30 pm. He left wearing a white tshirt and grey pants. He has dark short hair, and is about 5’9. Please keep an eye out for him in the Bellingham area, and possibly south of the city, and please share in your circles. Contact Nita Harker Armstrong at 360 820 2690 or on fb, @bringfinnhome on instagram. Thank you
There is a recent photo of Finn with his cousins on this link:
ELIZABETH PARK CONCERTS
Tomorrow, Thursday July 1st 6 – 8 PM
Cheryl Hodge Trio
Free – 6 – 8pm, exciting Thursday summer outdoor concert in Elizabeth Park (Bellingham, WA) features high energy jazz, blues and R&B by singer/pianist Cheryl Hodge, bass great Dylan Hodge and drummer extraordinaire Jerry Steinhilber! Sponsored by Bellingham Parks and the Eldridge Society for History and Preservation.The park has requested that anyone not feeling well that evening should stay home.
As of July 1, 2021, we (The Eldridge Society and Bellingham Parks and Recreation) will NOT be requiring reservations for the Thursday night concerts.
We expect our audiences to:
1. PLEASE Self-regulate and social distance and do not pack areas. Fully vaccinated folks should feel safe outdoors
according to CDC guidelines. Unvaccinated people should be more vigilant about distancing themselves from others.
2. PLEASE Wear a mask if not fully vaccinated, and
3. PLEASE STAY HOME if they don’t feel well.
We, and the city and the state, will keep a careful eye on Covid spikes and will honor any adjustments in Covid guidelines. Hopefully with residents continuing to vaccinate, we will all start to relax even more.
We don’t want to take two steps forward and five steps back!! SEE YOU AT THE PARK!!!
This Sunday, July 4. Please sign up ASAP! Invite your neighbors. Come get chalk from me. Fl!p 360-671-4511
Isn’t it nice that the weather has cooled off? Now if we can just keep fireworks from setting the world on fire and initiating Smoke Season! This website offers both current air quality conditions and predictions. We’re fine today, though a small smoke plume blew through from east of the Mountains night before last. I recommend saving this site for future reference.
RADIO FREE FL!P
COTTON EYE JOE (Lullaby)
YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE
Everly Brothers, live in 1960