Published Now and Then and Maybe Never Again
Blaine Schools Video
Take Dinner to Your Honey to Night.
On Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Call Scampi Osteria Restaurant
Give them your order & get your pickup time.
View their FaceBook Page
View the Menu Here.
View Trays to Go Here.
2020-2021 Blaine/Birch Bay Community Survey
This survey will help Birch Bay Blaine Thrive.
About Birch Bay- Blaine Thrives. Birch Bay-Blaine Thrives was established in June of 2018. Thrives meets monthly (currently via Zoom) and several focus areas that have emerged from our work together have included:
- Increasing school performance (attendance, grades, graduation etc.) and youth leadership
- Improving mental wellness (decreasing anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, isolation, bullying, etc.)
- Decreasing substance use (alcohol, marijuana, prescription drugs, etc.)
- Celebrating and promoting what is outstanding in our community!
As we use data to identify current concerns, we focus on exciting opportunities and local strategies and solutions that are strengths-based, that foster resilience, and that support healthy relationships and connections. We “Birch Bay and Blaine are there for kids and families .”
If you wish to know more e-mail Geoffrey.
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View the Rest of January Tides
Watch for tides at the ten foot mark with winds out of the west.
Meet Derek Jones our new deputy
Yes, you can order candy from The C Shop for local pick up or shipment.
Birch Bay in Travel News
This is a very good history of how the automobile took over streets. Think about Birch Bay Drive and Birch Bay side streets.
Friends of Birch Bay Library
We Can Do it!
I did this page in March. I saw what we were facing was somewhat like we faced in WW2. The confusion and fear that people in my neighborhood expressed at the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
What are new home buyers looking for?
They want what we want.
Thirds Time’s A Charm
Birch Bay’s Newest Business
Located in Terrell Creek Landing
Lora and Dave have had recently started Birch Bay’s newest business. Thirds Times A Charm has something special for everyone. Patricia Alesse purchased a book for her son Keith, Which he will be delighted to get. Lora & Dave bring their four-year-old girls who pretest the toys.
Starting the week of Oct. 5, construction work will be from 7 am to 5 pm. Drivers should expect single lane closures Monday through Thursday. Crews with Granite Construction will deliver gravel and place it west of Birch Bay Drive, install a construction entrance, clear, and prepare the area for additional work.
Friends of Birch Bay Library Newsletter
If you are interested in becoming a member e-mail Diane.
Natural Capital at Birch Bay Natural Capital: Birch Bay has a lot of it, but what is it? We walk along Birch Bay Drive and breathe the fresh air, we see the birds and the trees, we enjoy the sunsets and we marvel at the coming and going of the tides. We marvel at the coming and going of all that surrounds us. We see a guy picking up his dog’s poop and we know he values our natural capital. We see a jogger; we have seen her before, as a little girl at Birch Bay. Now as an adult she stoops to pick up a piece of discarded litter and drop it in a receptacle near the beach. Where did she get the idea to do this? Was it from a lady that walked up and down Birch Bay Drive who used to pick up litter along the beach when the jogger was a child at Birch Bay? Hopefully, we take care of things the best we can and pass it along as well as the responsibilities for taking care of it.
We pay taxes and fees to maintain our natural capital and we pay to improve our access to it. We use our natural capital, and as long as we use it and don’t abuse it, it is ours forever.
We could lose it. We could trade it for jobs, or we could lose it to improper development that does not enhance natural capital, but rather uses it up.——————————
That’s because the virus that causes COVID-19 spreads easily by respiratory droplets. Given the way it is spread, there are only a few things that can slow it:
- Physical distancing – staying at least six feet away from others;
- Isolating and quarantining people who are sick or were in close contact with people who were sick;
- Washing hands frequently and avoiding touching one’s face;
- Frequently sanitizing surfaces and objects that others touch; and
- When in shared or public spaces, wearing a face covering.
Effects of Coronavirus on People in the Birch Bay Area
Birch Bay Library News
Great Sourdough Bread
Ann & Mark Johnson are baking sourdough bread in Blaine. It is very good. To order it by text Anna at 360-296-2538. If you missed the article in The Northern Light here it is.