Community Resource Fair draws parents, students
Port Angeles School District
Stevens Middle School eighth-grader Noah McGoff, right, and his mother, Deborah McGoff, center, speak with Dale Holiday at the inaugural Community Resource Fair at Stevens Middle in Port Angeles. Holiday represented the Port Angeles Youth Coalition.
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More than 20 local agencies participated in the event to help parents learn about offerings for families from local agencies.
Other groups in attendance were OPNET, the state Department of Social and Health Services, Olympic Peninsula YMCA, Clallam County Juvenile Services, Phoenix Dragon Martial Arts, Lower Elwha Klallam tribe, Serenity House of Clallam County, Boys & Girls Club of the Olympic Peninsula, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Klallam Counseling, Healthy Families of Clallam County, Peninsula Behavioral Health, Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association, Kiwanis, Port Angeles Police Department and other individuals representing life coaching, cellphone usage, Internet use, legal services and equitation opportunities.
Parents were provided with stamped cards to visit vendors to win one of more than 20 incentive prizes donated from individuals and local businesses.
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