Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News

Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News

Winner of handmade quilt announced in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — Jim Bolstrom, left, of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, is the raffle winner of a queen-sized, two-sided Seahawks quilt/comforter also held by Susan Marx, a representative of the First Baptist Church.

The specially created quilt was handmade by Phyllis Luther of the First Baptist Church.

The raffle, which brought in $500, was a fundraiser by the First Baptist Church of Port Angeles for three agencies: the Port Angeles Young Life for young adolescents, Clallam Mosaic for people with developmental disabilities and the First Baptist Church’s roof repair project.

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