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Community Events, September 2014
On Sept. 11, two Lopez men threw over five pieces of luggage into the Salish Sea after incorrectly assuming that the bags contained bombs.
A fisherman found decomposed human remains with a wallet in a collapsed tent located off-trail in a secluded area of Moran State Park near the bridge over the Cascade Lake lagoon on Sept. 6.
That is according to Dr. Melody Rose, President of Marylhurst University and former Chancellor of the Oregon University System, who will present “Leader of the Free World? The Future of American Women in Politics” on Saturday, Oct. 18, 4 p.m. at Orcas Center as part of the Orcas Crossroads Lecture Series.
Although the new documentary “Oil and Water,” directed by two Seattle filmmakers and showing at the Orcas Island Film Festival from Oct. 10 to 13, partially takes place along the Amazon, this movie tracing the coming-of-age of two young men into the world of social awareness, big oil and environmental activism couldn’t be more connected to the San Juan Islands and the waters of the Salish Sea that surround us.