Jefferson County

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Volunteers for the Tri-Area Community Center meals program Gina Landon, ladling gravy while across from her Aiden Glenn arranges turkey slices to complete the assembly line set up to produce over 400 Thanksgiving Day turkey dinners for delivery to homeless camps and senior living facilities in Port Townsend and as far south as Brinnon as well as individual pick-up by those who reserved a dinner. Additional volunteers working in the background on Thursday are Melissa Layer, Rosemary Schmucker and Sean Jones.

Volunteers assemble Tri-Area feast

Volunteers for the Tri-Area Community Center meals program Gina Landon ladles gravy, while across from her Aiden Glenn arranges turkey slices to complete the assembly… Continue reading

Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News

Volunteers for the Tri-Area Community Center meals program Gina Landon, ladling gravy while across from her Aiden Glenn arranges turkey slices to complete the assembly line set up to produce over 400 Thanksgiving Day turkey dinners for delivery to homeless camps and senior living facilities in Port Townsend and as far south as Brinnon as well as individual pick-up by those who reserved a dinner. Additional volunteers working in the background on Thursday are Melissa Layer, Rosemary Schmucker and Sean Jones.

Wintertide, skating among entertainment this weekend

Holiday entertainment swings into full force this weekend. • Makers Market and Light Art Experience at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center open today to… Continue reading

Sena Nucaro, left, and her son, Isaiah Breeden, both of Port Angeles, enjoy a traditional holiday meal during Wednesday’s Thanksgiving Eve lunch at the Port Angeles Salvation Army. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Free public Thanksgiving meals offered on Peninsula

Reservation limit reached for Tri-Area luncheon

Sena Nucaro, left, and her son, Isaiah Breeden, both of Port Angeles, enjoy a traditional holiday meal during Wednesday’s Thanksgiving Eve lunch at the Port Angeles Salvation Army. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Holiday bazaars set on Peninsula

Holiday bazaars are set for the next few days on the North Olympic Peninsula. SEQUIM • The Dungeness River Nature Center will host its annual… Continue reading

The Owl is an example of the work of Carol Reynolds, who will be the December program speaker for the Port Ludlow Art League.
The Owl is an example of the work of Carol Reynolds, who will be the December program speaker for the Port Ludlow Art League.

Port Townsend Arts & Crafts Fair this weekend

The Port Townsend Arts Guild will present its 30th annual Winter Arts & Crafts Fair on Friday and Saturday. The fair, set… Continue reading

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Peninsula Home Fund campaign kicks off on Thanksgiving Day

The annual campaign for Peninsula Home Fund donations begins Thursday. This will be the 33rd year that Peninsula Daily News has collected donations to create… Continue reading

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Birdwatching walk at Fort Flagler

Beverly McNeil will lead a bird walk at 9 a.m. Saturday. The monthly hikes on Fort Flagler State Park, 10541 Flagler Rd., recur… Continue reading

Free Thanksgiving dinners scheduled

Free community Thanksgiving meals are set for today and Thursday. The Salvation Army will serve a free community meal from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.… Continue reading

Bo, (Bob Neal) was my cousin and a father, grandfather, husband, logger, builder and a hunter that we shared many adventures with. He is gone long before his time and I and his family would appreciate it if you could run a picture of him with Milton the Burrow.

PAT NEAL: Hunting with Bo

WAY BACK WHEN, the Olympic elk were market hunted for their meat, antlers, hides and ivory teeth or just shot and left by thrill-seeking lowlifes… Continue reading

Bo, (Bob Neal) was my cousin and a father, grandfather, husband, logger, builder and a hunter that we shared many adventures with. He is gone long before his time and I and his family would appreciate it if you could run a picture of him with Milton the Burrow.
A crew from Asplundh Tree Expert company, Jason Johnson, Roy Hunt and John Cabrere, load tree branches into a chipper as they perform power line maintenance for the Jefferson County Public Utilities District on Tuesday afternoon along Sims Way in Port Townsend. These are the same poplar trees that are slated for removal, at a later date, by the Port of Port Townsend to make room for future expansion. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Tree trimming

A crew from Asplundh Tree Expert company, Jason Johnson, Roy Hunt and John Cabrere, load tree branches into a chipper as they perform power line… Continue reading

A crew from Asplundh Tree Expert company, Jason Johnson, Roy Hunt and John Cabrere, load tree branches into a chipper as they perform power line maintenance for the Jefferson County Public Utilities District on Tuesday afternoon along Sims Way in Port Townsend. These are the same poplar trees that are slated for removal, at a later date, by the Port of Port Townsend to make room for future expansion. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)
Tigran Arakelyan leads the Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra.
Tigran Arakelyan leads the Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra.
Danielle Osmum, left, and Dina Concepion, both from Las Vegas, walk safely along the newly defined pedestrian, bike and handicapped lane on Harbor Defense Way at Fort Worden State Park earlier this month. The markers were paid for by the Friends of Fort Worden by a donation of one of their members. The new installation is expected to last at least 10 years or longer. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Safety lane

Danielle Osmum, left, and Dina Concepion, both from Las Vegas, walk safely along the newly defined pedestrian, bike and handicapped lane on Harbor Defense Way… Continue reading

Danielle Osmum, left, and Dina Concepion, both from Las Vegas, walk safely along the newly defined pedestrian, bike and handicapped lane on Harbor Defense Way at Fort Worden State Park earlier this month. The markers were paid for by the Friends of Fort Worden by a donation of one of their members. The new installation is expected to last at least 10 years or longer. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)
Nicole Gauthier.
Nicole Gauthier.
An aerial view of the north jetty shows it as it is being rebuilt at the Point Hudson Marina.
An aerial view of the north jetty shows it as it is being rebuilt at the Point Hudson Marina.