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Comcast employees will be helping out the Grays Harbor Historical Seaport this year for their 13th annual Comcast Cares Day, April 26th at the...

ABERDEEN, Wash. - The junior high in South Aberdeen will be visited this weekend by Comcast and their employees/families, along with Miller and their employees, students and families are partnering to beautify the Miller Campus.

WHEN: Mark your calendar for 8 am - 3 pm, Saturday, April 27, 2013 (and possibly 8 am to finish, Sunday, April 28, 2013) and plan to volunteer at Miller.
WHERE:  Miller Junior High, Aberdeen, WA
APPROVED ACTIVITIES:  Include painting our new STEM Lab and outside grounds beautification. 
ACTIVITIES:  Outside Work Party, Inside Painting Work, and Potluck luncheon. 


More than 70,000 Comcast and NBCUniversal employees, their family and friends, and community partners across the country are expected to spend Saturday, April 27, giving back to their communities as they take part in Comcast Cares Day, the nation’s largest single-day corporate volunteer effort. In its 12th year, Comcast Cares Day will also go international for the first time with NBCUniversal managing projects in England, France, Germany and New Zealand. This year will also mark more than 3 million volunteer hours and half a million volunteers since Comcast Cares Day first began in 2001. 

“Comcast Cares Day speaks to the heart of our company,” said Brian L. Roberts, Chairman and CEO, Comcast Corporation.  “As we celebrate Comcast’s 50th anniversary, I am extremely honored to participate this year alongside tens of thousands of Comcast and NBCUniversal employees, their family members and friends across the country and around the world to make a meaningful difference that will have a lasting impact on the communities we serve.”

During this year’s Comcast Cares Day, more than 700 projects will take place across the country and internationally, including projects in communities where Comcast and NBCUniversal employees work together, including New York City and Los Angeles.

“Comcast Cares Day is a great example of Comcast and NBCUniversal’s unwavering dedication to the communities we serve,” said David L. Cohen, Executive Vice President, Comcast Corporation.  “People across the country will experience firsthand Comcast’s commitment to their neighborhoods, which extends beyond this day and throughout the year. Giving back is in our DNA, and we celebrate all of our community partners and employees who continuously strive to improve the lives of others.”

On Saturday, volunteers will contribute their time and energy by providing maintenance, supplies and makeovers to local schools, parks and community centers. Comcast Cares Day is also taking place during Earth Week, which is widely supported by NBCUniversal’s Green is Universal initiative. Many planet-friendly projects such as building community gardens, cleaning beaches and riverbanks, and planting trees will add to the diverse line-up of projects.

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Comcast employees will be helping out Habitat for Humanity of Grays Harbor this year for their 11th annual "Comcast Cares day." ...and this time around, they're helping for two days.
Helen Haige with Habitat tells us on April 15th Comcast employees will join Habitat volunteers for landscaping at E and Randall, then April 21st painting and planting at the same location.
Haige said Habitat is still looking for volunteers, and lunch providers, for details call 533-8090 and leave a message.

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Comcast employees will be helping the Rebuilding Together team in Aberdeen this weekend, about 40 employees and friends will join the Grays Harbor Chapter of Rebuiding at a Perry Street Home in Aberdeen on the 10th anniversary of Comcast Cares day.

Traffic has returned to normal on Wishkah street in downtown Aberdeen, after police had the street blocked off at Michigan street for several hours...

The 15th Annual United Way Gala was a huge success thanks to the support and generosity of the community.  There were well over the...

ABERDEEN, Wash. - AJ West Elementary was locked down briefly this morning, after a car chase ended on foot in downtown Aberdeen. Washington State Patrol, and Aberdeen Police have arrested an adult male. Aberdeen Police Captain John Green tells us it started when the car was stolen from a driveway in the 800 block of Essex Avenue around 8, it had been left unattended with the keys in the ignition. A State Patrol deputy spotted the vehicle shortly after, and pursued it to where it lost control near the Comcast building downtown. Green said the suspect fled on foot from there, K9 units tracked the man to a home on 1st street just after 9 this morning. Green said the man was arrested on an outstanding DOC warrant, and has a history with Aberdeen police regarding stolen vehicles. Detectives think they've also recovered a stolen radio from a local fire department, the investigation is ongoing.

Volunteers needed to clean up state park coastal beaches.

OLYMPIA, Wash. - The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission and its partners invite the public to participate in Operation Shore Patrol and the International Coastal Cleanup on Sept. 21.

Washington State Parks and the Pacific Northwest 4-Wheel Drive Association have been organizing beach cleanups on the third weekend of September since 1971. This is the first time CoastSavers is joining the efforts to expand the participation for this event. Volunteers cleaning the beach on Sept. 21 will be joined by thousands of others around the world, all sharing the common goal of protecting the marine environment. 

“Marine debris is a serious threat to our ecosystems and our enjoyment of the coast,” said Don Hoch, director of the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission. “Garbage and debris harm coastal vegetation, wildlife, and marine organisms and mar the beauty of the coastline.”

Volunteers of all abilities are needed. If you can hold a bag, you can help. While some people carry garbage bags to roadside dumpsters, others simply fill bags and leave them on the beach to be collected by volunteers driving four-wheel drive vehicles. 

State and local health officials are investigating a possible intestinal illness outbreak among attendees of a cheerleading competition in Everett last weekend.

Thousands of people attended the event at Everett’s Comcast Arena on February 4; onset of symptoms reportedly began on February 5 and 6. Symptoms include vomiting and diarrhea.

The Washington State Department of Health is working closely with the Snohomish Health District on the investigation. The cause and source of the illnesses, as well as the total number of people sickened, are unknown. Teams and supporters from around the state participated.

The investigation is in the early stages and includes sending a questionnaire to participants as well as collecting samples for testing at the state Public Health Laboratories. People who attended the event and have severe symptoms are advised to contact a health care provider.

According the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA), which hosted the event, more than 3,000 people attended, and more than 1,000 competed in the State Cheerleading and Salute to Spirit in cheer and dance/drill.

Our immediate concerns are for those who have been affected by this illness and our thoughts are with them. The WIAA appreciates the cooperation of Comcast Arena and of state and local health partners for addressing the entire scope of this situation. - WIAA Executive Director Mike Colbrese

Intestinal illnesses can be caused by several viruses and bacteria that may come from a wide variety of sources. Symptoms typically include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and may include headaches, stomach cramps, and fever. As with many illnesses, good personal hygiene such as frequent hand washing is an important tool to prevent the spread of disease.