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KSQM on the 'Net

KSQM-FM is available at 95.1 FM and through the Internet.

The station can be heard through the Internet on the live feed at www.ksqmfm.com.

KSQM broadcasts music of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.

Local programming includes news, weather, and community and school events.

Volunteers staff the station.

A program advisory committee welcomes input from listeners.

The station plans to continue to broadcast and provide on-the-air news updates during power outages, adverse weather and road conditions, and other unforeseen events.

The not-for-profit station depends on community support.

Sequim Community Broadcasting/KSQM's goal is to establish a community noncommercial educational FM radio station that serves the people of Sequim and the Dungeness Valley.

More information is available at

www.SCBRadio.com or 683-4410.



YMCA opens art school

The new YMCA Community Art School celebrates its grand opening 2-5 p.m. Feb. 28. A two-classroom facility, the school is adjacent to the YMCA at 723 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles.

Open house activities include art activities for children and entertainment by adult guitar students. Area artists also will be on hand.

Refreshments will be served. Door prizes include tickets to a chamber orchestra performance from the Port Angeles Symphony.

Current class offerings include fused glass, Ukrainian Pysanky egg decorating, mandolin and ukulele instruction and crafts for adults; photography for teens; and beginning guitar classes and room decorating for youth.

Art classes are offered at the school for all ages, and area artists are invited to teach a class. Regular monthly sessions of after-school and preschool classes are ongoing, as are memoir writing sessions for seniors and guitar lessons for adults.

Visit www.ccfymca.org, or call 452-9244.



Club spearheads food drive

Clallam County Democratic Club is leading a food drive benefiting the Sequim Food Bank.

Nonperishable items may be brought to all club functions and also may be dropped off at Democratic Headquarters at 150 S. Fifth Ave., Sequim, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Call 683-4502.



Senior menu

Here are the Sequim Senior Nutrition Site menus, served at 4:30 p.m. at Suncrest Village Retirement Apartments, 251 S. Fifth Ave. Suggested donation $3. Menus are subject to change.

Wednesday Feb. 25 - chicken Parmesan, buttered noodles, steamed broccoli, minestrone soup, apricots

Thursday Feb. 26 - cook's choice

Friday Feb. 27 - Swedish meatballs, steamed brown rice, California mix vegetables, three-bean salad, sliced oranges

Monday March 2 - apple slaw, Salisbury steak with mushroom sauce, barley, peas and onions, blueberry nut bread

Tuesday March 3 - beet salad, vegetable lasagna with mixed vegetables and white sauce, Brussels sprouts, mandarin oranges.



Sequim duplicate bridge results

• Open pairs stratified game, Feb. 13

N/S: 1. Ted Miller - Larry Phelps; 2. Jim Tilzey - Suzanne Berg; 3. June Nelson - Tom Loveday; 4. Paula Cramer - Gert Wiitala.

E/W: 1. Eldon Hill - Pete Mayberg; 2. Jim Wiitala - Vern Nunnally; 3. Judy Hagelstein - Marlis Panchyshyn; 4. Carol Keller - Wilma Lambert.

• Open pairs stratified game, Feb. 16

N/S: 1. Paula Cramer - Pete Mayberg; 2. Ted Rogers - Krys Gordon; 3. Ted Miller - Larry Phelps; 4. Art Hagelstein - Evelyn Miller.

E/W: 1. Fay Coupe - Mike Edwards; 2. Jim Wiitala - Judy Hagelstein; 3. Mary Norwood - Sueann Swan; 4. Fran Burch - JoAnn Thompson.











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