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                                (Rob Ollikainen /Peninsula Dally News)
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(Rob Ollikainen /Peninsula Dally News)

PHOTO: Esprit proclamation in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — Stephanie Binschus receives a proclamation Tuesday from Port Angeles Mayor Sissi Bruch in recognition of Esprit week and “building community by embracing diversity through pickleball.”

Esprit, the longest-running transgender conference on the West Coast, runs from Sunday through May 19 and includes an inaugural pickleball tournament Monday at Elks Playfield.

Pickleball lessons for beginners will be held at 10 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.

The tournament begins at noon.

All are welcome to join in the fun.

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