NEWS BRIEFS — Port Angeles Kiwanis induct four new members . . . and other items
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The Kiwanis Club of Port Angeles has 70 members and is growing.
Founded in 1915, Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time, according to a news release.
Kiwanis International and its service leadership programs for young people dedicate more than 19 million volunteer hours and invest $100 million to strengthen communities and serve children annually.
Anyone interested in membership can visit www.kiwanispa.org.
SEATTLE — Michael J. Otero, a graduate of Port Angeles High School, recently graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science in molecular and cellular biology.
He is the grandson of Bill and Carolyn Frazier of Port Angeles.
Nimitz to visit
PORT HADLOCK — The USS Nimitz will visit Naval Magazine Indian Island in late July for a few days.
The ship will not be open to the public for visits or tours.
During the aircraft carrier’s time at Indian Island, ship and base personnel will be focusing on their operations at the Indian Island ammunition pier.
The ship’s crew is trying to maximize their time at the pier to offload ammunition and conduct training on board. At this time, there is no plan for ship personnel to spend time off Indian Island, according to a news release.
This will be the fifth aircraft carrier visit at Indian Island since 2000.
USS Nimitz is the lead ship of the Nimitz class of U.S. Navy aircraft carriers.
For more information about the ship, visit www.nimitz.navy.mil.
Last modified: July 21. 2014 8:22PM