Dave Logan /For Peninsula Daily News

Dave Logan /For Peninsula Daily News

Serenity House of Clallam County thanks those who helped in 2019

Serenity House of Clallam County recently held a “donor dinner” at Gordy’s Pizza & Pasta to thank all the people involved in making 2019 successful. The county-wide organization last year worked directly with over 1,500 individuals and families with housing, employment and transitional needs. The shelter, 2203 W. 18th St., Port Angeles, houses 70 people on a nightly basis. Doc Robinson, Serenity House CC director, described their efforts as “These are the light keepers at the end of someone’s tunnel.” Pictured from left, Scott Schaefer, James Self, Alisi Harder, Shawn Simmons, Andy Pitts, Erin Simmons, President of the Board of Directors Bob Dunley, Kathy Pitts, Debra Self, Doug Moyle, Harriet Coventon, Robinson, Erin Wilson, Pastor Ryan Wilson, Connie McAllister, Johnny Ankrom, Shelter Director Jen Mobley, David Mobley and Anthony Boyd, youth program director.

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