TechTrek 2019 attendees, from left, are Julia Breitweg, Virginia Su, Ava Shiflett, Hazel Windstorm, Josephine Mack, Ruby Mills, Charlotte Capel and Ava Erickson. Ella Kasperson, Ruby Mesas and Kylee Johnson are not pictured.

TechTrek 2019 attendees, from left, are Julia Breitweg, Virginia Su, Ava Shiflett, Hazel Windstorm, Josephine Mack, Ruby Mills, Charlotte Capel and Ava Erickson. Ella Kasperson, Ruby Mesas and Kylee Johnson are not pictured.

Port Townsend branch of American Association of University Women hears from campgoers

PORT TOWNSEND — The Port Townsend branch of the American Association of University Women heard a presentation about the 2019 TechTrek camp at a meeting Oct. 19.

The presentation involved pictures and stories from the local eighth-grade girls that the branch sponsored to attend the camp.

TechTrek is a week-long hands-on STEM camp sponsored by the association.

The branch sponsored 11 local students to attend the 2019 camp at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma.

The students were: from Chimacum: Kylee Johnson, Ella Kasperson, Ava Shiflett and Julia Breitweg; from Quilcene: Ava Erickson; from Blue Heron: Josephine Mack, Ruby Mesas, Ruby Mills, Virginia Su and Hazel Windstorm; and from the Sunfield School: Charlotte Capel.

For more information, visit techtrek-wa.aauw.net or pt-wa.aauw.net.

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