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Member Directory / Education

 

blaineSchools

765 H Street
Blaine, WA 98230
PH: (360) 332-5881

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web: www.blaine.wednet.edu

Circle of Trees Studio
& Homestead

3432 Sweet Road
Blaine, WA 98230
PH: (360) 332-8082

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contact: Ron Snyder & Cathy Taggett
email: circleoftrees@wildblue.net
The CIRCLE OF TREES STUDIO AND HOMESTEAD is a family run business dedicated to community service in the Blaine area. A sampling of the Circle’s projects are: The Blaine Gardeners Market, artisan bread baking instruction for seniors and middle school students, Blaine Holiday Cookie Contest, Drayton Harbor Maritime Community Sailing School, WinterFest Art Festival, Mother’s Day Art Studio Tour, Farmers of The Tide-Flats, art classes in the studio at the farm, the sale of art produced at the studio, farm stays for artists, and the use of their farm as a model of self sufficiency on a small property. Our goal is to help people in the Blaine community to be more self sufficient, to evolve a resilient economy, and to prepare people to take care of themselves regardless what changes may take place in the future.

Blaine-Birch Bay Park and Recreation District 2

7511 Gemini Street, Blaine, WA  98230 
PH: (360) 656-6416

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email:  info@bbbprd2.com

web:blainebirchbayparkandrec.org

The newly energized Blaine-Birch Bay Park and Recreation is working with a new mission statement, a new Master Plan, and sponsoring ongoing recreational activities and adult & youth educational classes. Parks within the district include Birch Bay State Park and Peace Arch Park.

USauxCG130

US Coast Guard
Auxiliary Flotilla 19
Boating Safety Education

6570 North Star Road
Ferndale, WA 98248
PH: (360) 714-2765

email: gary.cordrey@wfadvisors.com
web: a1300109.uscgaux.info

Welcome to Flotilla 19, serving northwest Washington and the waters along the Canadian border. Flotilla 19 is part of Division 1, District 13 of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary and consists of over 50 auxiliarists. Our area of responsibility is from Pt. Roberts, Washington, on the Canadian border, to the northern San Juan Islands. Our mission is to assist the U.S. Coast Guard in promoting boating safety, environmental protection and national security. Flotilla 19 is active in Coast Guard support missions that include marine safety, search and rescue, administrative support, public education and free vessel safety checks.

 


Whatcom Community College

327 W Kellogg Road, Bellingham 98226

360-383-3320,

www.whatcom.edu  email:foundation@whatcomctc.edu