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Shameless, Blatant Plug (for a Worthy Cause)

February 17th, 2011 by Ric Hallock

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OK, I’m not above promoting the arts.

If you find yourself in Gig Harbor tonight and are hungry for some good pizza — why not sate your appetite while supporting Peninsula Youth Orchestra at the same time?

Any order placed between 3 and 7 p.m. tonight will have 25 percent donated to PYO. For the uninitiated, PYO fills the gaping hole not being filled by the Peninsula School District music program. The district offers band in middle schools and high schools, but only features woodwinds, brass and percussion. No strings attached (no pun intended). So PYO comes to the rescue, teaching students from kindergarten to high school the string family and the organization is growing every year.

So if you’re hungry and like pizza (who doesn’t?) — and like to supports the arts and the youth of Gig harbor (again, who can say no to that?), then stop by Blue Cannon Pizza (in the northwest corner of the Costco parking lot in Gig Harbor North) and take care of both needs with one stop.

Your stomach and ears will thank you.

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One Response to “Shameless, Blatant Plug (for a Worthy Cause)”

  1. Sharon O'Hara Says:

    A good plug for a good reason, supporting the Peninsula Youth Orchestra.
    Thanks for the notice.
    Sharon O’Hara

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Gig Harbor, nestled in the northwest corner of Pierce County, snugly between Tacoma and Bremerton, is fast shedding its small-town demeanor as people seeking to escape the hectic pace, congested traffic and high cost of living in the big city continue to “discover” the fishing village in the harbor. With the influx of population, Gig Harbor continues to morph and develop, coming of age — as it were — as it defines its place among the many communities that dot the waters up and down Puget Sound. Kitsap Sun Special Sections Managing Editor Ric Hallock (whose responsibilities include Gig Harbor Life), lives in Gig Harbor and finds that reason enough to blog on living, breathing and spending money in the Maritime City.

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