Love Deeply, Love With Purpose

The following is a blog entry from Daniel Sabo at Woodland Church Love Deeply, Love With Purpose Daniel Sabo April 11, 2018 Love is one of the most powerful words in our language, and there are a thousand different definitions floating around concerning love. I think most people, regardless of their religious beliefs, background, or personality, would say the world needs more love. The challenge is, what we mean by that varies so greatly. Imagine for a moment … [Read more...]

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  Are you a blogger or writer from the South Sound area? Are you a locally-owned business? Are you hosting or organizing a local event? We'd love to hear from you! To be reviewed for a feature, please go to the participate page, and fill out the form with your content. We're excited to share the love! South Sound Community Guide is all about community! … [Read more...]

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Lower your blood pressure with DASH

  Your diet affects your chances of high blood pressure or hypertension. Research indicates that HBP can be prevented and even lowered by following the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) plan, which involves limiting sodium. The DASH eating plan is focused on vegetables, fruits, low-fat milk and milk products, fish, whole grains, poultry, beans, nuts, and seeds. It's about limiting salt; desserts, added sugars, and sugary beverages; unhealthy fats; and red meats far … [Read more...]

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Olympia’s Rich History

  Our beloved Olympia has a rich history. There is so much to learn about our city's past! Read about it below, from olympiawa.gov! Olympia, located in the South Sound, was also known as Black Bear Place, or "Cheetwoot" to the Coastal Salish, the original occupiers to the area long before established American settlements. For many Coastal Salish tribes, such as Duwamish, Squaxin and Nisqually, the Budd Inlet  was a popular site for shellfish gathering.  Evidence shows that … [Read more...]

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