Sequim Gazette Staff

OPBA’s second Bicycle Rodeo offers safety, riding skills and fun

Bicycle Rodeo What: Bicycle instruction, activities for youths in grades K-5 When: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, May 18 Where: Helen Haller School bus lot, Fir… Continue reading

Toastmasters to talk ‘Effective Meetings’ workshop

Led by Toastmaster and hater of inefficient meetings, Jean R. McDonald presents a “How to Conduct Effective Meetings” workshop from 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 14,… Continue reading

United Way of Clallam County hits goal, looks to thank local donors

Thanks to the generous community, United Way of Clallam County raised $824,328 during its 2018 fundraising campaign, topping the organization’s $800,000 goal. “In addition to… Continue reading

Wolf of the Week: Silas Thomas

Class: Junior Team: Sequim High baseball Head coach: Dave Ditlefsen Reason for selection: “Silas pitched a complete game victory for the Wolves over Orting giving… Continue reading

Celebrate science, technology at GeekOut! event on May 11

The Celebration of Science & Technology, also known as GeekOut!, is set for 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, May 11, at the Port Angeles City Pier.… Continue reading

Homeschool bands score well at international festival

Under the direction of band director Daniel Tutton, Northwinds Homeschool’s Jazz, Advanced and Intermediate bands participated in the WorldStrides OnStage International Heritage Festival, held April… Continue reading

Birding series continues with ‘Sounds of Spring’

The eighth in the annual Backyard Birding series is “Sounds of Spring” presented by Dow Lambert and Ken Wiersma starting at 10 a.m. Saturday, May… Continue reading

Find out what’s new in mental health at free WOW! workshop

Dr. Joshua Jones presents “What’s New in Mental Health and Wellness,” a free WOW! Working on Wellness Forum, at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 8, at… Continue reading

History Tales to feature history of S’Klallam village

Tribal history is in the spotlight this month when David Brownell presents “Glimpses of a S’Klallam Village at Washington Harbor,” at the North Olympic History… Continue reading

Learn about rain gardens at next Green Thumbs event

Clallam Conservation District Executive Director Joe Holtrop explains how home gardeners can capture storm water using rain gardens at noon Thursday, May 9, in the… Continue reading

May is ‘Bike Everywhere Month’

Organizers of local “Bike Everywhere Month” activities say there are plenty of chances to warm up for summer riding during May, with group rides and… Continue reading

Sequim chorus director’s group wins at regional competition

Sweet Adelines quartet Wink took first place at the 2019 Sweet Adelines International Region 13 Competition held in Spokane on April 5, and moves on… Continue reading

Sequim students named to PC President’s List, Honor Roll

Peninsula College last week released names of students who earned honors for the President’s List and the Honor Roll for the winter 2019 quarter. To… Continue reading

Two local nonprofits to participate in GiveBIG on May 8

GiveBIG What: Regional online charitable giving event When: Through Wednesday, May 8. On the web: www.givebig2019.org Last year was thought to mark the final GiveBIG… Continue reading

Wolf of the Week: LeeAnn Raney

Class: Freshman Team: Sequim High fastpitch Head coach: Tim Lusk Reason for selection: “A freshman on the varsity fastpitch team, LeeAnn pitched the Wolves to… Continue reading

Federal officials offering $10K reward for information about Sequim burglary

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the trade association for the firearms industry, announced today,… Continue reading

Soccer: Annual Rumble in Rainforest set for Saturday at Peninsula College

Local soccer fans will have an opportunity to see some high-level soccer on Saturday, April 27, when Peninsula College hosts teams from Olympic Peninsula Force… Continue reading

Sequim’s Garrett Little sinks shots for second Elks national competition berth

At the ripe age of 12, this veteran of Elks hoop shoots has still got it. Garrett Little, a national hoops shoot qualifier in 2016,… Continue reading

‘Living Alone Now’ workshop to adress fraud prevention

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County announces a “Living Alone Now” workshop from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 30, at the Clallam County PUD headquarters at 104… Continue reading

Board director Stoffer announces re-election bid

Jim Stoffer, a Sequim School Board director since 2015 and the board’s legislative representative, announced last week he plans to seek re-election in November. Stoffer’s… Continue reading