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Washington place names at History Tales
Author Charles LeWarne will present “From Bug to Usk: A Look at Washington State Place Names” at the Clallam County Historical Society’s History Tales at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, June 5, in the Port Angeles City Council Chambers, 321 E. Fifth St.
LeWarne is the author of “Utopias on Puget Sound, 1885-1915,” which received the Governor’s Writers Award.
The event is free and also is the society’s annual meeting. Call the historical society at 452-2662.

 

 

Area author’s e-book on Kindle
Discovery Bay author Alan Hoshor has just published his first e-book, planned for Amazon’s Kindle Singles. “Requiem for Humanity” is a short collection of essays about the future of the human race. Hoshor joins prominent futurists like Bill Joy, Ray Kurzweil and Jaron Lanier in their efforts to illuminate the dramatic changes faced by modern society. Hoshor is a generalist who applies critical thinking and realistic science in his prophecies for humanity over this century. He aspires to give the general reader a rational context for viewing the metamorphosis transforming the world today.

 

 

Readers Theatre Plus scholarships
At the May 18 High School Scholarship Awards ceremony at Port Angeles High School, Readers Theatre Plus board members presented $600 scholarships to PAHS graduates Blake McCabe and Connor Spurr.
On June 8, two additional $600 scholarships will be awarded to graduating seniors Stephanie Dunbar and Alice Hastings at Sequim High School.

 

 

Donate to rummage for art
“Rummage for Art,” a rummage sale benefiting Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, will be June 11-12 at the Vern Burton Community Center. Donations for the sale may be brought to the back of the Apria Health Care building at the corner of Chambers and First streets, accessible through the alley, from noon-1 p.m. each Saturday until June 4.
For special pick-ups and further information, call 683-0659.

 

 

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