Jamie’s Place employee Jessica Kulsrud was recently named Washington State Adult Family Home Caregiver of the Year, by the Adult Family Home Council.
Four hundred sixty-seven people in the Methow Valley got the fixings for a special holiday meal last weekend — plus staples to help them through the next few months — from Neighbors Helping Neighbors (NHN) …
Creative folks from age 6 to 90 have marshaled their imagination to make mosaics that will adorn a retaining wall in the garden at Jamie’s Place Adult Family Homes.
The brainchild of Methow Valley mosaic and glass artist Laura Ruud, the mosaic project is ambitious — Ruud hopes to cover a 66-foot-long, 2-foot-high …
Sheila Brandenburg, founder and chief administrator at Jamie’s Place adult family homes in Winthrop, is stepping down from her leadership and nursing roles in the organization. Brandenburg cites personal and family responsibilities as reasons for her departure, but said she “may be involved with Jamie’s Place in some capacity” — such as a seat on the board of directors — in the future.
Cascades archeology “Trade, Travel and Ancient Salish Crossings of the North Cascades” will be the topic of speaker Bob Mirendorf at the Methow Valley Interpretive Center on Sept. 27. The free event begins at 5 p.m. Mirendorf was the staff archeologist at North Cascades National Park from 1986-2013. His research interests include the pre-contact history […]