Pictured, from left to right in the front row are John Yano, Darlene Gahring, Pat Gilbert, Kathy McCormick and Beverly Dawson. In the middle row, from left to right are Janet Russell, Wendy Blondin, Mary Kelsoe, Pam Ehtee, Jane Marks, Marcia Kellerand Melissa Hsu In the back row, from left to right, Leiann Niccoli, Mary Jacoby and Emily Murphy

Pictured, from left to right in the front row are John Yano, Darlene Gahring, Pat Gilbert, Kathy McCormick and Beverly Dawson. In the middle row, from left to right are Janet Russell, Wendy Blondin, Mary Kelsoe, Pam Ehtee, Jane Marks, Marcia Kellerand Melissa Hsu In the back row, from left to right, Leiann Niccoli, Mary Jacoby and Emily Murphy

Summer Green Thumb award winner named

The Port Angeles Garden Club has awarded its summer Green Thumb award to John Yano. Yano received the award for excellence in landscaping at his 2184 W. Fourth St. residence.

The garden club selects a residential garden for its Green Thumb Award in spring, summer and fall. To be considered, the garden must be planted and maintained by the homeowner without professional landscaping.

Pictured, left to right in the front row, are John Yano, Darlene Gahring, Pat Gilbert, Kathy McCormick and Beverly Dawson.

In the middle row, left to right, are Janet Russell, Wendy Blondin, Mary Kelsoe, Pam Ehtee, Jane Marks, Marcia Keller and Melissa Hsu.

In the back row, left to right, Leiann Niccoli, Mary Jacoby and Emily Murphy.

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