David Workman was a writer and editor at several daily newspapers in Ohio and Washington State. As a journalist, he authored Washington: A Centennial Portrait, a book about the state's first 100 years. He wrote a column published in newspapers around the Pacific Northwest. He entered public service as communications director for several state agencies in Washington. He was executive editor of state-published books and websites on natural resources, environment, and social and health services. He was a credited contributor to World Book Encyclopedia, and a credited source for the Longstreet Highroad Guide to the Northwest Coast by Allan and Elizabeth May. He operates Workman & Associates, dedicated to helping clients make big things happen through communication and strategic partnerships. David is the author of Letter from Alabama, an inspiring and surprising true story of people and events that saved a child and changed a family. Here's a link for getting your copy of the book.


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Letter from Alabama - the inspiring true story of parents lost, and parents found, and a child saved by grace and a family's love - is available as an Ebook or as a paperback. Find it on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VQIIODK. It is also available to libraries and bookstores from Ingram Books at standard vendor discount and terms.


We proudly support Cub Scout Pack 266 in Olympia, WA. Here's a link to the Pack 266 welcome flyer for Fall 2015.

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