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Bill Austin is widely credited with making Poulsbo a more beautiful and enjoyable place to visit and live. Ardis Morrow has successfully lobbied for laws that help protect children from domestic violence and has established transitional homes for domestic violence survivors.
Community Events, April 2015
A team led by a Bainbridge man was evacuated by helicopter to Base Camp on Mount Everest on April 27, two days after a 7.9 earthquake struck Nepal, killing thousands below and triggering an avalanche that killed the team’s medic and several others.
There was a time when child-protection laws required the abused child be removed from the home. A traumatic situation became worse for the confused, scared child who then lost any stability he or she once had. Today, the perpetrator is removed and the child can remain. This is just one of the ways that Ardis Morrow has had a hand in making the world trustworthy for our children.
It’s hard to miss his influence in Little Norway. If it is beautiful, if it is unique, if it is awesome, chances are “Poulsbo’s best friend” — Bill Austin — has had a hand in it.
May is a great month to experience — and learn more about — some of the cultures of North Kitsap. The Suquamish people are the indigenous people of the greater Poulsbo area. The Treaty of Point Elliott of 1855 made land in the region available for non-native settlement, and Norwegians began settling in what is...