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Sunrise Rotary gives to nonprofits

Four charities got an extra boost from the Sequim Sunrise Rotary on July 16. The service club gave $8,635 from its annual Spring-Fling Charities Auction to the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula, Dungeness Valley Health and Wellness Clinic, Sequim Education Foundation and Welfare for Animals Guild, with donations ranging from $1,779-$2,400.

Rotary President Ron Gilles presented the funds to, from left, Tom Baermann, Boys & Girls Clubs Foundation president; Margaret Preston, board president of the health clinic; Paula Creasey, adoption counselor for WAG; and Dick Hughes, president of SEF.

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