Front row, from left to right, Sara Penhallegon, Bob McDaniel, Christine Satterlee, Kevin Winn, Tim McKern and in the back row, from left to right, Rosalyn Roberts, Kay Peterson, Zak Torres and Bob Bindschadler.

Front row, from left to right, Sara Penhallegon, Bob McDaniel, Christine Satterlee, Kevin Winn, Tim McKern and in the back row, from left to right, Rosalyn Roberts, Kay Peterson, Zak Torres and Bob Bindschadler.

Garden club donates to local organizations

QUILCENE — The Quilcene-Brinnon Garden Club recently donated $3,650 to eight local organizations.

The club used funds from its Memorial Day plant sale to support organizations that make the community safer and healthier.

Recipients include:

• Gifts in Kind, $500 for maintenance of their warehouse and trailer.

• Dollars for Scholars, $500 for scholarships to next year’s graduates.

• Quilcene Community Center, $350 for replacement stove/oven.

• Quilcene Fire Rescue, $500 for CPR manikins and defibrillators for community training.

• Center Valley Animal Rescue, $500 for their spay/neuter clinic.

• Brinnon Fire Department, $500 for CPR classes.

• Weekend Nutrition Program, $500 for weekend food packets for local schoolchildren.

• Quilcene Historical Museum, $300 for landscaping plants in Worthington Park.

The club meets monthly at 1 p.m. on the third Tuesday of the month in the Quilcene Community Center, 294952 U.S. Highway 101.

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