Sequim Gazette Staff

‘Exercise & Thrive’ with YMCA’s free cancer survivor program

The YMCA of Sequim hosts Exercise & Thrive, a 12-week, free cancer survivor program, starting Monday, Dec. 2, and held at the YMCA facility at… Continue reading

 

First Federal foundation awards $500K in grants

The Board of Directors of the First Federal Community Foundation announced in early November they will make grant awards to local and regional nonprofits, with… Continue reading

 

Local nonprofits team up for second #ClallamGives

The Olympic Peninsula Nonprofit Alliance, and organization for more than 40 local nonprofits, looks to raise funds for those groups with the #ClallamGives fundraiser, set… Continue reading

 

Olympic Nature Experience sets 50 Days of Fall Sharing to support nature time for community

Olympic Nature Experience is offering three programs for free or by donation through November and December to help connect our community with nature. The events,… Continue reading

Sequim choir students get state honors

Seventeen students from Sequim High School and seven from Sequim Middle School were recently selected for the Washington Music Educators Association (WMEA) honors. SHS students… Continue reading

Sequim hospital guild sets annual holiday fundraising bazaar

The Sequim Guild of Seattle Children’s Hospital is holding its 12th-annual Holiday Bazaar from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 23,at the Sequim Prairie Grange,… Continue reading

Wolf of the Week: Hannah Wagner

Class: Sophomore Team: Sequim High girls soccer Head coach: Derek Vander Velde Reason for selection: “Hannah’s tenacity helped the Wolves soccer team reach the state… Continue reading

Clallam libraries to offer virtual reality

Journey anywhere and try virtual reality (VR) at the North Olympic Library System. Adults and teens 13 and older can experience immersive and interactive 360-degree… Continue reading

City of Sequim selects McMillon for clerk

Sara McMillon, a certified municipal clerk with 13 years of experience in that role, is Sequim’s new city clerk. The City of Sequim announced the… Continue reading

Key into ‘karma’ for open mic story slam at Sequim’s Olympic Theatre Arts

Got a good story to tell? The Olympic Theatre Arts stage is putting a spotlight on storytelling with the Out Loud Story Slam, set for… Continue reading

Lecture examines Olympic Mountain’s glaciers, snowpack

The Clallam County League of Women Voters presents a free lecture, “Olympic Mountains Glaciers and Snowpack - Changes and Future Challenges,” from 6:30-8 p.m. Wednesday,… Continue reading

Milestone: Olympic Medical Physicans staffers gets recognition

Chief Physician Officer Joshua Jones, honored seven Olympic Medical Physician staff at a recent board of Olympic Medical Center board of commissioners meeting. Medical oncology… Continue reading

Winterfest set for Nov. 23

The Olympic Peninsula’s premier winter sports fundraiser is back, looking to help local outdoor sport enthusiasts prep for the 2019-20 season. Winterfest — a dinner,… Continue reading

Wolf of the Week: Mia Coffman

Class: Sophomore Team: Sequim High girls swimming Head coach: Sarah Thorson Reason for selection: “Coffman took fifth place in the 200 freestyle race at districts… Continue reading

Artists in the Woods to present studio show

A group of local artists are putting on an open art studio this weekend, featuring everything from paintings and drawings to hand-made books and journals,… Continue reading

Regional businesses, nonprofits partner to promote ‘Eat Local First’

Several organizations from across the Olympic and Kitsap peninsulas have joined forces to launch an Eat Local First Olympic Peninsula campaign. Eat Local First, is… Continue reading

Special balloon rides for veterans, families set for Sunday in Sequim

Captain-Crystal Stout and Dream Catcher Balloons is offering a “bucket list” ride for veterans on their special day. Stout, pilot of the Dream Catcher hot… Continue reading

Beat winter blues with houseplants

Master Gardener Jeanette Stehr-Green will discuss selecting and caring for houseplants which enrich indoor environments, beautify surroundings, cleanse the air, decrease stress and more at… Continue reading

Corss country: Timberwolf boys fourth at league final

Sequim Middle School’s cross country teams capped their seasons at the Olympic League Championship meet at Port Angeles’ Lincoln Park on Oct. 29, with Timberwolf… Continue reading