We need volunteers with a passion for local history to fill two open positions on the Historical Commission, which provides leadership in raising awareness of Lacey’s history and preservation of local historic resources.
Moclips has been a community for a long time. It was only incorporated, though, in 1905 with the final nails being driven by the Northern Pacific Railroad. It became a resort community and had local industries such as lumber mills and canneries. Over the years Moclips suffered setbacks from fires and storms, finally sustaining about 600 people. Just south of the town of Moclips, Washington, along the rugged Pacific coast,