In the July 2015 Print EditionJun 29, 2015 09:18AM ● By Pamela Johnson
The kids are out of school and it’s time to relax and enjoy the summer—it’ll be over before we know it. Our calendar page lists most of the activities going on at the library, always a great place to bring the kids, especially if they’re involved in the summer reading program.
Start it all off by kicking back and reading the July issue of the Bellingham Bulletin, either the print edition, which you should have received by mail on June 29 or 30, or you can scroll down to the bottom of this page and click on the newspaper icon below to view our digital PDF. Either way, enjoy!
Some highlights of the July issue follow.
Bellingham's Clara Macy Elementary School is closing, but hopefully some of its best traditions--Arts Ween in particular--will continue on at South and Stall Brook Elementary schools. Read More »
The Operation Graduation committee's annual all-night grad party--this year's theme, "School of Rock"-- is always a big hit and this year was no exception. Check out the photo gallery. Read More »
Two college-scholarship winners and Bellingham’s Unsung Hero of the Year were honored by the Bellingham Business Association at its June meeting. Read More »
"Samples from the Vault" was the name given to Dean Bank's Bellingham branch promotion in which dollar bills were given away; holder of the bill with the winning serial number netted $500. Read More »
You can also check out the digital edition of our July issue in its entirety by clicking on the icon below.