Estes Builders donates to Peninsula agencies

POULSBO — Estes Builders of Poulsbo has made cash awards to agencies on the North Olympic Peninsula.

Awardees, and the amounts they received, are:

• Dungeness Valley Health and Wellness Clinic — $300.

The Dungeness Valley Health and Wellness Clinic provide medical and dental assistance to Sequim-area families in need.

• Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County — $500.

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County provides free, compassionate care for the terminally ill, their caregivers and their families. Their support services include 24-hour nursing staff, providing borrowed or new medical equipment or supplies, and grief counseling.

• Dungeness River Audubon Center — $100.

Partnering with the Olympic Audubon Society and Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, the Dungeness River Audubon Center operates a nonprofit educational and interpretive center and Railroad Bridge Park, providing culture and education to more than 3,000 students and hosting more than 600 classes, programs and events each year.

• Soroptimist International of Sequim — $200.

Soroptimist International of Sequim gives financial support to senior high school girls, women returning to school, women who demonstrate commitment through volunteer work and various agencies whose missions align with ours.

A primary objective of the group is an outreach program created to help middle and high school girls focus on their future and encourage them to take advantage of available opportunities.

• Sequim Hospital Guild — $200.

The guild supports Seattle Children’s Hospital’s commitment to provide care to all children in the region regardless of their families’ ability to pay. The guild also contributes a portion of its funds raised to support the hospital’s research.

• Sequim Family Advocates — Sequim Picklers – $200.

This local group advocates for recreational opportunities for children and families in Sequim and eastern Clallam County.

• Clallam Mosaic — $200.

Clallam Mosaic works to enhance the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities.

• Olympic Crosscutters Baseball — $50.

As the only American Legion Baseball program on the North Olympic Peninsula, they’ve created a program focused on youth, exposing athletes to college coaches and scouts, teaching life lessons through the game of baseball.

• Sequim Women’s Soccer Boosters — $50.

The boosters work to empower young women as they pursue their athletic and academic goals.

Founded in 1989, Estes Builders designs and constructs custom homes throughout the Olympic and Kitsap Peninsula including Port Angeles, Sequim, Port Townsend, Poulsbo, Kingston, Bremerton, Bainbridge Island, Seabeck, and Silverdale.

For more information, see www.estesbuilders.com or phone 800-630 4399.

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