Tag Archives: Movies in the Park

Invitation Card

Invitation to Rainier Community Cares Open House

I know that  you are a very busy person and the last thing you need to do is commit to be a part of anything. That being said, and if at all possible, I would like to invite you to our coalition  meeting  Wednesday  October 14 @5 pm. We meet at the Rainier food bank.  Our coalition meets  once a month on the second Wednesday and is working to help the children in our community make healthy decisions.  It would be great to have you be apart of what's happening in Rainier.  We will have a short power point presentation that will show who we are and what we do. Some of our current members are Lt, Paul Counts of the Thurston County Sheriff's Office, Randy Schleis -Mayor of Rainier, YMCA - Lacey,  Everett Gage- City Council, Pat Cooley - Valley Heart Assembly of God, Nancy Decker - Rainier Food ...
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Despicable Me 2

Movie in the Park “Despicable Me 2”

Look at the Crowd!! Everyone gathered to watch "Despicable Me 2"  in Wilkowski Park on June 27.  The crowd was dressed in summer clothing, because it was still sweltering outside.  It was unusually quiet for a movie in the park.  People were relaxing and hoping that it would cool down. Crowd at our Movie in the Park on June 27, 2015 While Rainier Community Cares members made a presentation to the crowd, Cub Scouts  helped by handing out shopping bags with Rainier Community Cares flyers and pamphlets in them.  The children worked in teams to fill the bags and take them out to the movie goers, giving out dozens of bags. The Cub Scouts gave out free "Otter Pops" while RCC members gave out cherries and T-shirts. There were families with 3 generations sitting together to watch the movie.  Friends saw each other and visited together, sharing news about the activities ...
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Putting up the Inflatable Movie Screen

Movie in the Park: Big Hero 6

Once again Rainier Community Cares brought  the Rainier community together for a Movie in the Park, by showing Disney's "Big Hero 6" on the big, inflatable screen in Wilkowski Park. Before the movie started, Rainier Cub Scout Pack #307 gave out free Otter Pops.  A long-time resident of Rainier, Jill Wilkinson, her daughter Elizabeth and several students from Rainier Middle School  ASB brought a popcorn machine made fresh popcorn. Teri Rendahl, a grandmother of three elementary school students, said "It's the best popcorn I've ever eaten. It's addictive." Children ran around and played.  They colored pictures for the contest.  The contest winners will be announced at the next Movie in the Park on Saturday, June 27. By 9 p.m., the crowd had grown to over 150 people, who had brought chairs and blankets so they'd be comfortable as they watched the show.  Before the show a few announcements were made, followed ...
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