Society honors, installs officers

Clallam County Historical Society presented its Heritage and Historic Structure awards and installed officers for 2010-2011 Sunday, June 6, at Port Angeles City Council Chamber, 321 E. Fifth St., Port Angeles.

Sandra Louch received the Heritage Award for her work with the society's photograph collection.

Queen of Angels School received the Historic Structure Award for maintaining the building's 1920s architecture.

Officers installed include D.J. Bassett, president; Curtis Johnson, vice president; Kay Seed, secretary; and Eleanor Tschimperle, treasurer.

Board members serving three-year terms are Gary Braun, Brad Collins, John Hubbard, Sandy Keys, Jon Kirshbaum and Roderick Melville.

The society, established in 1948, has more than 400 members.

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