Members of the Dungeness River Audubon Center accepted a plaque of appreciation for continued support of Sequim students from the school board at the Jan. 24 board meeting. The center provides learning activities and developing curriculum for students in grades 2-8 and raises money each year to enable a number of elementary school students to attend Education Day during the annual Dungeness River Festival held in September. “These programs connect the students to the environment and their community,” said John Bridge, Sequim school board president. “We are fortunate to have such an excellent educational partner.” From left are Annette Nesse, chief operations officer for the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe; center director Bob Boekelheide; education committee member Julie Jackson; and education coordinator Powell Jones. Submitted photo
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