Mendy Harlow and Anna Robinson from The Salmon Center came on Daybreak via Zoom to talk about next weekends Music On The Estuary 2020. MOAT has been a long great tradition of music at The Salmon Center in Belfair. Because of COVID-19, MOAT will be an online experience this year. Please think about still supporting the great work that The Salmon Center in Belfair does for the community.

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Dr. Alex Apostle called into Daybreak to talk about the end of this school year and when we may know more about how next year may play out. We expect some direction from Washington State Schools Superintendent Chris Rykedal on Monday. Other topics included graduation and how teachers talk about social issues during remote learning.

Jack Ondracek called into Daybreak to talk about the Rodeo Drive-In in Bremerton on Highway 3. With Kitsap County moving to Phase 2. The Drive-In is able to allow 50% capacity. You can reserve your spot by going on their website, http://www.rodeodrivein.com/. This weekends movies are Shrek/Trolls: World Tour, Hook/Jumanji: The Next Level, The Invisible Man/The Wretched.

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