Pictured, from left to right, are John James, Tyrone Beatty, Erica Rudesill, Rhonda Kromm and Britney Martin.

Pictured, from left to right, are John James, Tyrone Beatty, Erica Rudesill, Rhonda Kromm and Britney Martin.

Stuff the Bus campaign yields school donations

The Port Angeles Branch of 1st Security Bank make a cash donation to Jefferson Elementary School from its Stuff the Bus campaign. Pictured, from left to right, are John James, Tyrone Beatty, Erica Rudesill, Rhonda Kromm and Britney Martin. The bank has hosted the annual fundraiser for more than ten years. This year’s campaign raised more than $41,000 statewide in cash and essential supplies for local schools.

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Pictured, from left to right, are John James, Tyrone Beatty, Erica Rudesill, Rhonda Kromm and Britney Martin. 

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