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League of Women Voters offers voting tools

With voting under way in Washington state for the Nov. 3 general election, the League of Women Voters is offering a number of resources to… Continue reading

 

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Sequim Gazette staff earns WNPA Better Newspaper Contest honors

virtually — from the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association’s 2020 Better Newspaper Contest,… Continue reading

 

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Green Thumbs series takes virtual look at spiders

Laurel Moulton presents over Zoom

 

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Sequim crafter fills 43 Operation Christmas Child shoebox gifts

Looking for something to do from her home as the COVID-19 pandemic grew, Sequim resident Lori Esget began putting together some holiday cheer… Continue reading

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Free WOW! workshop to focus on healthy caregivers

“Increasing Positive Health Outcome for Caregivers” radio forum set

Harvest of Hope event raises $102,000 for cancer center

Going virtual for the Olympic Medical Center Foundation’s 2020 annual fundraiser didn’t keep its supporters from reaching six figures in backing local… Continue reading

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Sequim Noon Rotary club funds, gives away sixth adaptive bike

7-year-old Rodney Torres is the recipient

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The volunteer work crew at the New Dungeness Lighthouse include, from left, Joe Bacher, Chad Kaiser, Bill Bjorklund, Sarah Miller, Melody Monson, Greg MacDonald, Ken Davidson, Julie Bacher, Nancy Klotz and Duane Klotz. Photo Marty LaMarr

Keepers continue their watch

Iconic lighthouse improved while closed

The volunteer work crew at the New Dungeness Lighthouse include, from left, Joe Bacher, Chad Kaiser, Bill Bjorklund, Sarah Miller, Melody Monson, Greg MacDonald, Ken Davidson, Julie Bacher, Nancy Klotz and Duane Klotz. Photo Marty LaMarr
Volunteers Nancy Elwert and Bruce Leigh with Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) ready to place food boxes in a trunk on June 10 at Sequim High School. The program, now held at Trinity United Methodist Church, continues twice monthly through December. Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Sequim food distribution program moves to twice monthly

Curbside pick-up through the end of December

Volunteers Nancy Elwert and Bruce Leigh with Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) ready to place food boxes in a trunk on June 10 at Sequim High School. The program, now held at Trinity United Methodist Church, continues twice monthly through December. Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Volunteers sought for annual Washington State Bicycle and Pedestrian Count

Organizers of the annual Washington State Bicycle and Pedestrian Count are seeking volunteers to help a statewide data-collection effort that will inform decisions about funding… Continue reading

2020 fiber arts festival now online

The North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival has gone virtual. The festival website at FiberArtsFestival.org and Facebook page at Facebook.com/northolympicfiberarts festival) is showcasing several local… Continue reading

Growing figs topic of Green Thumbs presentation

Paul Kolesnikoff, a graduate of the 2019 WSU Master Gardener Program, will discuss how to grow figs at noon Thursday. The event… Continue reading

Digital, gourd art in spotlight at Blue Whole Gallery in October

Two award-winning veteran artists part of ‘Celebration of the Season of Arts’

League of Women Voters sets forums

Two online public events offered before Nov. 3 general election

NOLS, Clallam Resilience Project team up for virtual workshop series on resiliency

To help community members build knowledge, skills and resilience, the North Olympic Library System has teamed up with the Clallam Resilience Project… Continue reading

Foundation provides grants

Unable to host its annual awards ceremony because of coronavirus health restrictions, board members with the Albert Haller Foundation selected grant recipients online… Continue reading

Milestone: Peninsula youths earn history awards

North Olympic History Center awards 2020 Hands on History Scholarships

Sequim council to consider changes to appeals process

Saturday special meeting stems from MAT hearing decision

United Way of Clallam County kicks off 2020 campaign

United Way of Clallam County’s 2020 Annual Campaign got underway on Sept. 11, as residents from Sequim to Forks participated in volunteer efforts that ranged… Continue reading

YMCA accepting grant applications

Olympic Peninsula YMCA is accepting applications for the YMCA Dennis Watson Spirit of TEAM Grant.