City Recognizes BP Volunteers for 38,000 Hours of Service in 2021

At last night’s Bainbridge Island City Council Meeting, two Bainbridge Prepares reps helped Mayor Joe Deets recognize all Island volunteers. Tyler Heinemann and Maradel Gale were chosen to represent BP for having logged the most volunteer hours for the organization last year. At the meeting, Deets issued a proclamation declaring the week of April 17–23, … More City Recognizes BP Volunteers for 38,000 Hours of Service in 2021

Kids Thank BP in a Big Way

Kids from the Odyssey Multiage Program school created a giant banner to thank Bainbridge Prepares and its volunteers for their response to COVID-19. The banner reads, “Thank you Bainbridge Prepares! With love from the Odyssey kids, on behalf of all the island children who you’re taking such good care of!” Shucks. We’re blushing. See the … More Kids Thank BP in a Big Way

Bainbridge COVID-19 Response Wins BCF Humanitarian Award

It was a team effort. More than 600 volunteers, seven organizations, and dozens of organizational leaders made the Bainbridge Island–led COVID-19 vaccination effort a success, administering more than 25,000 vaccine doses in under six months to people in Kitsap County and beyond. Now all of the people and organizations who participated are being recognized by … More Bainbridge COVID-19 Response Wins BCF Humanitarian Award

New Directive to Wear Masks in Indoor Public Spaces Starting Tomorrow

Friday afternoon, August 13, 2021, Dr. Gib Morrow, Kitsap County Health Officer, issued a mask-wearing directive that goes into effect tomorrow, August 14, at 6 a.m. Per this directive, everyone five years of age or older must wear a face mask when in public indoor spaces in Kitsap County. The directive does not apply to … More New Directive to Wear Masks in Indoor Public Spaces Starting Tomorrow