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Raffle winners Mary and Steve Herbel, enjoy their new Adirondack chairs while, from left to right, Dollie Sparks, Arlene Sawyer, Vina Winters, Suzan Mannisto, Joan Whiting, Sharon Hampton and Alan Burwell pass a check for the proceeds from the Windermere Real Estate/Sequim-East Community Service Day Raffle. 

The raffle raised $1,153.96 for the Sequim Prairie Garden Club to help fund the upkeep of Pioneer Memorial Park. 

The chairs won by the Herbels were built by the brokers of Windermere on June 11, their annual Community Service Day. 

For more information, or to donate to the garden club, visit www.sequimprairiegardenclub.org.

Raffle raises funds for memorial park

The Windermere Real Estate/Sequim-East Community Service Day Raffle raised $1,153.96 for the Sequim Prairie Garden Club to help fund the upkeep of Pioneer Memorial Park.… Continue reading

Raffle winners Mary and Steve Herbel, enjoy their new Adirondack chairs while, from left to right, Dollie Sparks, Arlene Sawyer, Vina Winters, Suzan Mannisto, Joan Whiting, Sharon Hampton and Alan Burwell pass a check for the proceeds from the Windermere Real Estate/Sequim-East Community Service Day Raffle. 

The raffle raised $1,153.96 for the Sequim Prairie Garden Club to help fund the upkeep of Pioneer Memorial Park. 

The chairs won by the Herbels were built by the brokers of Windermere on June 11, their annual Community Service Day. 

For more information, or to donate to the garden club, visit www.sequimprairiegardenclub.org.

Sequim Bay closed to shellfish harvesting

Sequim Bay beaches are now closed to recreational harvesting of all species of shellfish after a high level of marine biotoxin was discovered… Continue reading

Sunland awards scholarships

The Sunland Homeowners Association has awarded $4,000 scholarships to two Sequim High School graduates. Madeline Dietzman plans to study psychology at Western Washington… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: Port Angeles council to consider ODT support

Peninsula Daily News The Port Angeles City Council will consider passing a resolution in support of the Olympic Discovery Trail in a virtual meeting at… Continue reading

"Iris," by Beverly Majors, is on view at the Sequim Museum & Arts.

First Friday Art Walk spotlights several venues tonight

The First Friday Art Walk from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. tonight will feature a new venue. A Stitch in Time Quilt Shoppe… Continue reading

"Iris," by Beverly Majors, is on view at the Sequim Museum & Arts.
Bursts of fireworks light up the sky over Port Angeles Harbor during the 2019 Independence Day display. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Fourth of July to be celebrated on Peninsula

Port Angeles, Sequim, Forks plan in-person events

Bursts of fireworks light up the sky over Port Angeles Harbor during the 2019 Independence Day display. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Increased boat patrols planned this weekend

North Olympic Peninsula sheriff’s offices plan increased patrols on area waterways looking for drunk and impaired boaters during Operation Dry Water. The extra patrols will… Continue reading

The Rev. Larry Schellink will present “True Freedom” at Unity in the Olympics at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.

Unity speaker scheduled for Sunday service

The Rev. Larry Schellink will present “True Freedom” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Schellink is the pastor at Unity in the Olympics, 2917… Continue reading

The Rev. Larry Schellink will present “True Freedom” at Unity in the Olympics at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.

Workshop planned for teens

“Mindfulness in Motion,” a four-day workshop for youths age 14 and older, is offered by The Benji Project starting July 12 at H.J.… Continue reading

Buses, ferries revert to full capacity

Clallam and Jefferson transit buses are running at full capacity now. Both still require passengers to wear masks indoors. Clallam Transit resumed full capacity on… Continue reading

Feiro Marine Life Center reopens Friday in Port Angeles

The Feiro Marine Life Center will reopen to general admission Friday. The center, located at 315 N. Lincoln St., will be open… Continue reading

Vocalist Jean Lenke and her trio will bring jazz, blues and rock to Manresa Castle's Rook Cafe this Friday evening. photo courtesy of Jean Lenke

Manresa Castle offers Friday night jazz series

Vocalist Jean Lenke and her trio will start a Friday night jazz series this week in the Rook Cafe at Manresa Castle,… Continue reading

Vocalist Jean Lenke and her trio will bring jazz, blues and rock to Manresa Castle's Rook Cafe this Friday evening. photo courtesy of Jean Lenke

Fire extinguished in NOAA trailer in Forks

State Department of Natural Resources firefighters were summoned to ensure a fire that burned a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration atmospheric monitoring trailer… Continue reading

Consumer protection, fraud prevention topic of talk

Karen Hallis will speak on consumer protection and fraud prevention from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. Hallis’ Zoom presentation is part… Continue reading

North Olympic Library System to present ‘Amazing Mammals’

The North Olympic Library System’s Summer Reading program will present “Amazing Mammals with Northwest Trek” at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. No registration is… Continue reading

Strait Turners to meet Tuesday

Strait Turners, a local woodturners group, will meet at noon Tuesday. The meeting will stream on Zoom. Laurent Niclot will demonstrate how to… Continue reading

Sabaston Bushnell, left, looks on as Naval Elks Lodge Exalted Ruler Evan Boyd, far right. presents the keys to a Honda Civic to Ryan Bushnell. Bushnell, center, a service-related disabled veteran and a Port Angeles resident, has been commuting to his full-time job by bicycle for the past year. The car, which was donated to Naval Elks Lodge No. 353, was repaired by the automobile mechanics program at Peninsula College with parts donated by Simpson’s Towing and Salvage. Boyd also thanked Past Exalted Ruler Rob Gunn for taking care of the final touches on the car and coordinating the donation. 
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Car donated to disabled veteran

Sabaston Bushnell, left, looks on as Naval Elks Lodge Exalted Ruler Evan Boyd, far right, presents the keys to a Honda Civic to Ryan Bushnell.… Continue reading

Sabaston Bushnell, left, looks on as Naval Elks Lodge Exalted Ruler Evan Boyd, far right. presents the keys to a Honda Civic to Ryan Bushnell. Bushnell, center, a service-related disabled veteran and a Port Angeles resident, has been commuting to his full-time job by bicycle for the past year. The car, which was donated to Naval Elks Lodge No. 353, was repaired by the automobile mechanics program at Peninsula College with parts donated by Simpson’s Towing and Salvage. Boyd also thanked Past Exalted Ruler Rob Gunn for taking care of the final touches on the car and coordinating the donation. 
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EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

In-person meeting Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. at Joshua’s Restaurant, 113 Del Guzzi Drive (off U.S. Highway 101). This week… Continue reading

Hansted graduates University of Jamestown

Abigail Hansted, of Sequim, graduated from the University of Jamestown at a May 8 ceremony in Jamestown, N.D. Hansted earned a Bachelor… Continue reading

Gathering by Pamela Raine is among the works in the online group show, "Celebrate."

Ludlow Art League celebrates

The Port Ludlow Art League offers celebration in its online group show in July, while honoring its featured artists, Carol Nielsen and… Continue reading

Gathering by Pamela Raine is among the works in the online group show, "Celebrate."