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Last update: March 1, 2021

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The Samish Island website is owned and operated by the Samish Island Community Center (SICC), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, located in Skagit County, Washington, USA. SICC collects no data or information about users of this site. Welcome all.

Samish ShoreLines - March issue

The March issue is published today on the Samish Neighbors e-group, and the web page. Enjoy this season of winter- flowering plants. Spring is coming! 3/1/21

Happy Valentine's Month!

 


Happy Valentines to all Islanders, from Chuck & Marnie Pennington.

Since the holiday lights are all put away, we were inspired to make a "heartfelt gift" in the garden for this Valentine month... Each evening we'll post a picture and a special love note on the Samish-neighbors email group. 2/3/21

ShoreLines News: February

The February Samish ShoreLines Newsletter is on the website today, and in your Samish Neighbor's email.

If you'd like to make a donation to the Community Club to maintain our center, or purchase a directory, please fill out the donation and directory order form.

Celebrating this month: Valentines Day and President's Day. 2/1/21

Samish Neighbors Email Group

Islanders and property owners who would like to join the Samish Neighbor's email group may join here. 2/1/21

Article in the Atlantic about Herons and Eagles

You might enjoy reading this article in the January 24, 2021 Atlantic magazine: The Bird That Builds Nests Right By Its Worst Enemy. Thanks to Fred Miller and daughter Kristina for drawing our attention to it. 1/26/21

Migratory waterfowl (duck hunting) season closes January 31

No more sounds of guns from the hunt club in Alice Bay after next Sunday, January 31. Season opens again in October. 1/26/21

Samish Island Directories

This is the time to submit your order for your 2021 Island Directory, before January 31. Please use the donation and directory order form, attached to the January ShoreLines. Each directory is $5. Please enclose a check and send it to SICC, P.O. Box 268, Bow, WA 98232. Any donation you would like to make to the SICC, is also very welcome. We have fixed costs for our community center, and rentals are on hold, due to the pandemic. Thanks in advance for your support. 1/9/21

January Samish ShoreLines Newsletter

Happy New Year to all! Here is the newsletter for January, thanks to Charlene Day, our editor this month. May your new year be blessed with good health and good fortune. For past issues of the ShoreLines, please check here. 1/1/21

Community Center Rentals

SICC has determined that we will not have rentals at the Community Center for the forseeable future. Skagit County is still in Phase 2, with recommendation of no more than five people at any social gathering. Phase 3 will have no more than 30 people at any social gathering, (recently reduced), so renting the community hall is still tentative at present. See more in the October Shore Lines. 10/1/20

Covid-19 Cancellations in the community include:

Camp Samish Closed to All

The Camp is closed to all visitors for the duration of Covid-19 restrictions. This is a decision of the Community of Christ World Church regarding all their church and camp properties. 3/30/20

Complaint form for Tanker off-gassing odors (Northwest Clean Air Agency)

If you smell noxious gas odors from tankers in Samish Bay, during the spring and summer, fill out the online form below, to report it. Some days it goes beyond bad, to completely unhealthy and unbreathable air, putting residents and pets at risk. Community meetings are being planned, exploring some form of action, whether county, legislative, or legal action. More info..

Complaint Form: http://nwcleanairwa.gov/forms/complaint-form/. You can also call the Northwest Clean Air Agency and leave a phone message: 360-428-1617.

Tanker Air Polluters

You can find out which tankers are in our bays on this real-time site, called Live Ships Map. Ships in Samish Bay, are destined for March or Cherry Points. It helps if you can pinpoint which ship is off-gassing when you make a report.

Samish Island shoreline photos

You can see various years of Samish Island shoreline photos, taken by the State Department of Ecology, from 1976 to 2017 at this Shoreline Photo Viewer.

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