For the MOST ACCURATE INFORMATION on Meeting Times & Locations, Please Call the Central Service Office at 253.474-8897 – We Are Working to Get our new website updated with all the correct information.  Until then, here is the most up to date schedule as of April 9th, 2015, as well as a list of all of the schedule changes since the Where and When was printed in March 2015.

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