Letter: Greenbank Progressive Club is back ‘home,’ come and see

Editor,

The Greenbank Progressive Club is back home in our clubhouse and we invite you to see the results.

Many, many thanks to the Greenbank community, all neighbors, friends and family for their donations and help with restoring the historic Greenbank Progressive Clubhouse.

The clubhouse is now open for use and you are invited to visit the clubhouse 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, July 27, when we will hold a yard and bake sale with the proceeds benefiting our maintenance fund.

The hall has recently received extensive repairs after a tree fell over and through the roof in the big windstorm last fall.

The yard sale will be a great opportunity for you to save money and see the results of the repairs and improvements to the Hall. The clubhouse and sale is located one block west of the Greenbank Store on the corner of Bakken and Firehouse roads.

We look forward to showing our donors, neighbors and friends the results and sharing some refreshments while you shop.

For information or to make sale item donations, please call 360 678-4813.

Janice Martin

Coupeville

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