Katelyn Johnson, right, and Grace Johnson are the president and vice president, respectively, of the 2020-2021 Peninsula College Associated Student Council.

Katelyn Johnson, right, and Grace Johnson are the president and vice president, respectively, of the 2020-2021 Peninsula College Associated Student Council.

Peninsula College announces 2020-21 Student Council

PORT ANGELES — Peninsula College has announced the officers and members of its 2020-21 Associated Student Council.

Katelyn Sheldon, of Port Angeles, will serve as the student body’s president and Grace Johnson, of Marrowstone Island, will serve as its vice president.

The other members of the council are Tommylia Dunbar of Campbell River, British Columbia; Taylor Hinds of Hyde Park, Utah; Mackenzie Huotari of Ariway Heights; Musuai Isaia of Waipahu, Hawaii; Kascia Muscutt of Leavenworth; Quinlyn Ontiveros of Burley, Idaho; Hana Sugiat of Depok, Indonesia; and Jordyn Thompson of Hyde Park, Utah.

The student leaders will begin their term of service in September.

The council is selected by student-led interview committees as outlined in the ASC Constitution and Bylaws.

According to a press release, the two executive officers will earn a scholarship valued at $4,500 and the other council members will receive scholarships totaling approximately $2,250.

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