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Sequim School Board directors John Bridge and Bev Horan interview sophomore Ben Hughes for the role of student representative in early June. The board selected Hughes to serve alongside Kailee Price, a senior next fall, as representatives on the school board.  - Photo by Patsene Dashiell
Sequim School Board directors John Bridge and Bev Horan interview sophomore Ben Hughes for the role of student representative in early June. The board selected Hughes to serve alongside Kailee Price, a senior next fall, as representatives on the school board.
— image credit: Photo by Patsene Dashiell

Anderson makes grade at Concordia

Turi Anderson of Sequim recently was named to the Dean’s List at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn. To qualify for this designation, students must carry at least 12 semester credits and have a grade-point average of at least 3.7  She is the daughter of Karin and Jack Anderson of Sequim.

Agnew neighbors lend a hand

The Agnew Helpful Neighbors Club has awarded scholarships to recent

Sequim High School graduates, including $3,000 scholarships to Hannah Earley, Nicolas Johnston and Kennedy Spencer, and a $5,000 scholarship to Joseph Cameron. The club also awarded $3,000 continuing education scholarships to Kelsey Feten (Peninsula College) and Allison Hodgin (University of Idaho).

 

 

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