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Oysterville - Bringing the Past into the Present- Friday, August 22
Visit the original Pacific County seat and learn more about midnight raiders who kidnapped county records in 1893. Local author, Sydney Steven will be guiding the tour of Oysterville, the community located at the tip of the Long Beach Peninsula. Take this ED-venture and enjoy lunch at the original Oysterville church built in 1892, with other stops at Nahcotta, Ocean Park and Seaview. Cost of the trip is $67.50, which includes lunch, snack and transportation, leaving main campus at 8:30 am, and later from Riverview and Columbia Education Center locations. Sign up NOW with Bethany Barnard at Whiteside Continuing Education Center, email@example.com , 360.533.9733. Space is limited- Sign-Up Today!
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