Last update: January 2, 2012
Island residents communicate through a newsletter, the web page, email groups, the Samish Island Bulletin Board at the island entrance, and a "saving resources" blog. There is also a print phone directory for residents, and a tide calendar adjusted for the island. All are published by the Samish Island Community Center. They are for sale at Blau Oyster, beginning in January each year.
The Samish Shore Lines is published monthly. Deadline for submissions is the first Thursday of each month. The print version of the Shore Lines is delivered to island mailboxes the following Tuesday, and is posted on the web page soon thereafter. Visit the Shore Lines page for current and back issues, and additional information about submitting articles and ads.«Top
There are two email groups. Read descriptions on the Email Groups page, then decide which if you would like to join one or both groups.
Site map: see the layout of the site.
- Samish Island Community Center Board
- Charlene Day & Nancy Liggett, Shore Lines Editors
- Eileen Andersen, webmaster & e-groups manager
- Mike Burr, backup webmaster
- Steve Hoffman, e-groups and Samish resources blog
- Arts Committee and Garden Club Boards
This sign and bulletin board are maintained by the members of the Edgewater Garden Club for use by Samish Island Residents. Samish Island residents who are participating in events, musical or otherwise, are welcome to display a poster on the bulletin board. Please include your name at the bottom of the poster.
Non-resident postings will be removed. Please post only to the cork board using push pins and thumb tacks to attach your information - no nails, screws, or staples.
- Cell phone numbers must be accompanied by an Island address. Names should appear at the bottom of all posters.
- Never attach anything to the wood framework of the sign.
- Notices that don't meet the above criteria will be removed.
View a history of the Samish Island Sign.
Islander Steve Hoffman created the Samish Saves Resources blog for islanders to save resources. In the meantime we have started the Samish Neighbors email group, which encourages sharing and borrowing stuff, including rides or errands. The email group may replace the blog, but you can use either and decide which works best for you.