Jean Camfield tells those who attended the dedication of the Fort Worden Commons that it was appropriate to name the building for the late Nora Porter, who dedicated her life to serving Port Townsend. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Jean Camfield tells those who attended the dedication of the Fort Worden Commons that it was appropriate to name the building for the late Nora Porter, who dedicated her life to serving Port Townsend. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

‘Champion for Fort Worden’: Plaque honors the late Nora Porter

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