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Red, Set, Go! Heart Luncheon set for Friday

The Olympic Medical Center Foundation will host the 16th-annual Red, Set, Go! Heart Luncheon on Friday. The luncheon will be from 11:15… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Lessons well learned through examples

MUCH OF WHAT I learned in my youth about the restored gospel of Jesus Christ came at the knee of my grandmother, Maggie Alldredge. As… Continue reading

OUUF program scheduled in Port Angeles

Phoenix Bell-Shelton Biggs will present “Singing of Honor and Glory” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Biggs will be the guest speaker at Olympic… Continue reading

The Rev. Pam Douglas-Smith.

Unity in Port Townsend planning for weekend services

The Rev. Pam Douglas-Smith will present “A Path of Love” at 11 a.m. on Sunday. Douglas-Smith is the pastor at Unity in… Continue reading

The Rev. Pam Douglas-Smith.
The Rev. Larry Schellink will present “Waking Up versus Improving the Dream” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Schellink is the guest speaker at Unity in the Olympics, 2917 E. Myrtle Ave.

Weekend program scheduled for Unity in the Olympics

The Rev. Larry Schellink will present “Waking Up versus Improving the Dream” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Schellink is the guest speaker at… Continue reading

The Rev. Larry Schellink will present “Waking Up versus Improving the Dream” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Schellink is the guest speaker at Unity in the Olympics, 2917 E. Myrtle Ave.

Bunco party planned in Sequim

The Sequim Guild of Seattle Children’s Hospital will host a bunco party from noon to 3 p.m. Friday. The fundraiser will be at… Continue reading

Atsuko Gibson

Rhododendron society to meet

Atsuko Gibson will present “Rhododendron Diseases and Pests” at 1 p.m. Friday. Gibson will be addressing a meeting of the Juan de… Continue reading

Atsuko Gibson

New you workshop scheduled in Sequim

Sabrina Caverly’s “New Year, Renewed You” workshop has been rescheduled to 6 p.m. Thursday. The free workshop, hosted by the North Olympic Library… Continue reading

Pictured, from left, are Beau Brown, Dr. Michael Maxwell, AnnaLisa Gellermann, Tiana Taylor, Jessica Peterson and Dr. Katrina Weller.

NOHN receives grant to expand care coordination

The North Olympic Health Network recently received a $78,000 grant from PacificSource Health Plans’ Community Health Excellence grant program. The network will… Continue reading

Pictured, from left, are Beau Brown, Dr. Michael Maxwell, AnnaLisa Gellermann, Tiana Taylor, Jessica Peterson and Dr. Katrina Weller.
Pictured, left to right, are Ronda Meech, Paco Swain, Bill Koenig, Ronda’s son Trevell, Brendan Koenig and Emily Haddock. 

PICTURE BY: VIVIAN ELVIS HANSEN/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

Operation Warm in Port Angeles

Koenig Subaru donated more than 100 coats for Operation Warm at a recent event at the First Step Family Support Center in Port Angeles. Eight… Continue reading

Pictured, left to right, are Ronda Meech, Paco Swain, Bill Koenig, Ronda’s son Trevell, Brendan Koenig and Emily Haddock. 

PICTURE BY: VIVIAN ELVIS HANSEN/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS

Sequim chamber closes Citizen of Year nominations with eight

The Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce is assembling the nomination packets for the Citizen of the Year committee for their review mid-February, with… Continue reading

Photo Credit: Anna Swanberg

 

 

Cutline: Sequim’s high school equestrian team brought home a whopping 12 first place wins  at the  first  WAHSET meet of the season , from Left: Libby Swanberg , Kennady Gilbertson, Joanna Seelye, Katelynn Middleton-Sharpe  and Asha Swanberg.

HORSEPLAY: Sequim High School opens season with 12 blue ribbons

I’M SO PROUD of Sequim High School’s equestrian team for bringing home 12 blue ribbons from their first competition of the season! Held Jan. 25-28… Continue reading

Photo Credit: Anna Swanberg

 

 

Cutline: Sequim’s high school equestrian team brought home a whopping 12 first place wins  at the  first  WAHSET meet of the season , from Left: Libby Swanberg , Kennady Gilbertson, Joanna Seelye, Katelynn Middleton-Sharpe  and Asha Swanberg.

A GROWING CONCERN: Make your houseplants feel at home

AS WE MOVE into February, and the end of winter soon, let’s look inward towards your living arrangements. A few days ago, as I was… Continue reading

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Martha Bell, left, and Nancy Jacobson put new donations into the Little Free Pantry box at 316 S. Cherry St. that is sponsored by First Presbyterian Church in Port Angeles.

Stocking up at Free Little Pantries

Martha Bell, left, and Nancy Jacobson put new donations into the Little Free Pantry box at 316 S. Cherry St. that is sponsored by First… Continue reading

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Martha Bell, left, and Nancy Jacobson put new donations into the Little Free Pantry box at 316 S. Cherry St. that is sponsored by First Presbyterian Church in Port Angeles.

‘Trust’ subject for Port Angeles hybrid program

Stephen Plummer will present “Trust” and provide music at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Plummer is the guest speaker at Unity in the Olympics,… Continue reading

Inspirational weekend set for March

Tickets are on sale for the Olympic Peninsula Women’s Fellowship’s Seventh Inspirational Weekend, which is set for Friday and Saturday, March 8-9. The… Continue reading

ISSUES OF FAITH: Moses and enlightened leadership

AS WE CONTINUE to follow the story of the Israelites’ journey after leaving Egypt, we witness Moses’ amazing leadership. He stood strong against the grumblings… Continue reading

OUUF speaker slated for Sunday

Vivian Mulligan will present “We Were First: Women in the Clergy” at 11 a.m. Sunday. Mulligan will be the guest speaker at… Continue reading

Remembrance ceremony planned Saturday

A community remembrance ceremony will be hosted by Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County at 2 p.m. Saturday. The annual, non-denominational ceremony is at… Continue reading

The Rev. Pam Douglas-Smith.

Unity in Port Townsend planning for weekend services

The Rev. Pam Douglas-Smith will present “Living Love” at 11 a.m. on Sunday. Douglas-Smith is the pastor at Unity in Port Townsend,… Continue reading

The Rev. Pam Douglas-Smith.