Everybody Can

Students for Sustainability

(First airdate: February 20, 2018) The PTHS Students for Sustainability hold a weekly power lunch to strategize on ways to impact our community and the environment. You can’t bottle up their enthusiasm as they work to create statewide change, authoring a Bottle Bill for legislative consideration. Check out this episode of Everybody Can, hosted by Missy Nielsen, to hear the great things these students are doing for our community and the global environment.

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YMCA Building Futures in the New Year

(First airdate: January 23, 2018) The New Year offers opportunity to reflect on one’s legacy and impact. Everybody Can host Missy Nielsen talks with the folks at the Jefferson County YMCA Building Futures program, one such opportunity. Learn more about this program that matches local students with caring, supportive, and stable adult mentors. Though some of these students struggle academically, this is not simply a tutoring program. Dana Nixon, the coordinator for this program, illuminates us on the many ways one can engage, connect and impact students in our region. Happy New Year!

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OlyCap Point in Time Homeless Count

(First airdate: January 9, 2018) Everybody Can host Sheila Ramsey speaks with two ‘Housing Ladies’ in Jefferson County. Kathy Morgan, Director of Housing Projects at OlyCap, and long-time housing advocate and volunteer, Barbara Morey talk about the national PIT (Point in Time) Homeless Count on January 25. An accurate count of those needing standard housing ensures federal funding for housing services in our area. Here’s an opportunity to impact the lives of homeless children, elderly, veterans and other community members experiencing homelessness. Training is provided.

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Skillmation

(First airdate: December 12, 2017) Join Martha Trolin and Ben Bauermeister as they discuss with Everybody Can’s Missy Nielsen the newly launched projects of “Skillmation”. This organization is invested in connecting volunteers to educational and mentoring opportunities within the Jefferson County region. Skillmation mentors serve a surprising range of demographics. Several of their programs offer those who enjoy a startup vibe an opportunity to program develop and steer the direction of this entity. Take a listen!

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Tri Area Annual Holiday Meals

(First airdate: November 14, 2017) It’s the holiday season and time for the TriArea Thanksgiving Dinner preparation. Guest Rita Hubbard joins Everybody Can host Sheila Ramsey to share what’s new this year, and the many ways you can be a part of this Jefferson County tradition. You can serve, bus tables, clean up, and have one of the happiest holidays you’ll ever have – whether eating or serving!

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PT Education Foundation

(First airdate: October 17, 2017) For this Everybody Can episode, Missy Nielsen explores the opportunities and outcomes of the Port Townsend Education Foundation, an organization that provides funding through grants awarded to the Port Townsend School District teachers. Holley Carlson, President and volunteer Grant Chairperson, Katie Shonsey Mattern divulge the successes, partnerships and opportunities of this 10-year-running foundation. Sparking innovation and creative curriculum one grant at a time!

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RSVP Food Bank

(First airdate: October 3, 2017) Jane Covella, Program Manager of the RSVP Program at OlyCap talks with Everybody Can host Sheila Ramsey to share volunteer opportunities available in Clallam and Jefferson Counties. Joining them is longtime Port Townsnd Food Bank volunteer, Leslie Sweeney. Leslie shares the history of the food bank and the rewards and benefits of volunteering in our community.

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Kinetic Sculpture Race 2017

(First airdate: September 19, 2017) It’s Kosmic Kinetic time! Everybody Can host Sheila Ramsey talks with Janet Emery, President of the Port Townsend Kinetic Sculpture Race. Lots of volunteers are needed – from passing out water bottles to participating in the safety flotilla on the water. This is a great weekend of creativity, craziness and community.

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UGN Fall Campaign 2017

(First airdate: September 5, 2017) For this Everybody Can episode, Missy Nielsen interviews Debi Steele of Jefferson Community Foundation and United Good Neighbors. Debi lends oversight to the annual Day of Caring, a community opportunity to plug into a project for the day and also shares her history as a lifelong volunteer.

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Quilcene Fair

(First airdate: August 22, 2017) For this Everybody Can episode, Greg Brotherton and Linda Lindquist of the Quilcene Fair join Sheila Ramsey to bring news of the upcoming Quilcene Fair. The pancake breakfast, parade, midway, arts and crafts and much more. Lots of opportunities to volunteer for the two-day community party.

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Quilcene Community Boat Project

(First airdate: August 8, 2017) For this Everybody Can episode, Sheila Ramsey interviews Workshop Manager and Pastoral Support person Simon de Voil, who brings us news of the exciting upcoming boat project for high schoolers in Quilcene. The workshop portion of this new project is looking for mentors who have experience with tools, boat building, and woodworking in general. This is a satellite project of the Community Boat Project in Port Hadlock.

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Wooden Boat Festival September 7-10, 2017

(First airdate: July 25, 2017) Join Hallie Kapold of the Northwest Maritime Center and volunteer extraordinaire, Missy Nielsen, as they talk about one of Port Townsend’s signature volunteer experiences. Learn about the many volunteer jobs to be done to make this annual event happen, and the benefits of being part of the volunteer tribe that makes it happen.

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Jefferson Healthcare Hospice Foundation

(First airdate: July 11, 2017) Everybody Can host Sheila Ramsey talks with Kris Lawson of the Jefferson Healthcare Hospice program and Tom Duke, president of the Hospice Foundation Board about the everyday work of a hospice volunteer, and how the working board shapes the direction of local hospice services.

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Volunteer Highlights

(First airdate: June 27, 2017) Local volunteers Abi Katz and Robin Bailey step into booth to talk with Everybody Can host Sheila Ramsey about their volunteer experiences. Abi often works the KPTZ front desk and Robin Bailey is co-manager of the Saturday Food Bank.

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Jefferson County Historical Society’s Walking Tours

(First airdate: June 13, 2017) Volunteer Coordinator Brooke Weber and volunteer extraordinaire, Jenny Westdal share with Everybody Can host Sheila Ramsey what’s new at the Historical Society. Special feature – how you can become involved in the Walking Tours from June through September.

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YMCA Summer Programs with Christy Spencer

(First airdate: May 16, 2017) Get ready for the summer by volunteering at the YMCA summer free Lunch and Literacy programs. Christy Spencer talks with Everybody Can host Sheila Ramsey about Brinnon, Quilcene and Port Townsend sites. You can have an impact and some fun at the Y.

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Rhody Royalty

(First airdate: May 9, 2017) Learn about the Rhody Festival from the Rhody Princesses – Queen Lauren Montgomery, Princesses Taylor Tracer and Sara Smith talk about the work of being royal for the upcoming 82nd Rhododendron Festival. Joining our Everybody Can host Sheila Ramsey is Brandi Hamon, Vice President of this year’s Rhody Week festivities.

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Check-in with the Boiler Room

(First airdate: April 4, 2017) Everybody Can host Sheila Ramsey talks with Colin Cabe about what’s new at the Boiler Room. Learn about Through the Wall art project and the very popular Adulting classes. Also find out how you can help create Hygiene Supply kits.

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Pro Bono Lawyers

(First airdate: March 21, 2017). Emily Henry interviews Ariel Speser of Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers.

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Jeff Healthcare and J.H. Hospice Foundation

(First airdate: March 7, 2017) Sheila Ramsey tells us about a variety of ways you can volunteer at Jefferson Healthcare & Jefferson Healthcare Hospice Foundation. Elizabeth Clapp and Kris Lawson Talk about the many ways to have an impact on the staff and patients at the hospital and with the Jefferson Healthcare Hospice a Foundation. Hospice Training is provided.

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#117 Mandala Center for Change/Poetic Justice Theater Ensemble

(First airdate: December 6, 2016) Sheila Ramsey talks with Zhaleh Almaee, Co-Director of the Mandala Center for Change, about the Poetic Justice Theater Ensemble. Learn ways we can come together as a community, self-reflect, and take action together. Zhaleh shares about the upcoming events, including the Effective Allyship Workshop in January 2017.

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#116 What New at ECHHO

(First airdate: November 8, 2016) Sheila Ramsey talks with Cassie Reeves, new Volunteer Coordinator at Ecumenical Christian Helping Hands Organization (ECHHO) and with longtime volunteer Katie Habegger about the need for volunteer drivers and how rewarding it is to get to know some extraordinary elders – and to work with a supportive team that has a great deal of impact in Jefferson County.

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#115 Nhatt Nichols

(First airdate: November 2, 2016) Emily Henry chats with Nhatt Nichols about youth programs at the Recyclery.

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#114 Center Valley Animal Rescue

(First airdate: October 4, 2016) Sheila Ramsey talks with Center Valley Animal Rescue about the plethera of animals they have at the farm and how they are cared for.

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#113 United Good Neighbors Fall Campaign

(First airdate: September 24, 2016) Host Sheila Ramsey talks with Nikki Russell of United Good Neighbors (UGN) about the upcoming Fall Campaign. UGN supports our local non-profits that serve our neighbors most in need. Kathy Morgan, OlyCAP Housing Director, joins Nikki to talk about how UGN helps specific housing projects.

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#112 PT Film Festival

(First airdate: September 17, 2016) Join Everybody Can host Christy Spencer to talk about the upcoming Port Townsend Film Festival with Volunteer Coordinator Kendra Golden and longtime volunteer Sue Gillard. They will share all the volunteer opportunities for this 17th annual PT Film Festival, September 23-25th.

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