The woodpecker climbs again: Representatives of the volunteer Capital Campaign Committee raising funds for the proposed Dungeness River Audubon Center expansion include, from left, Darcy McNamara, chair Annette Hanson, center director Powell Jones, Kendra Donelson, Wanda Schneider and Tuttie Peetz. Here they stand in front of the “Inspire Wonder Capital Campaign” banner — now at about 90 percent (as marked by the woodpecker) of the approximate $3.6 million goal after recently receiving word of a $1.5 grant through a State Capital Budget appropriation. Submitted photo

The woodpecker climbs again: Representatives of the volunteer Capital Campaign Committee raising funds for the proposed Dungeness River Audubon Center expansion include, from left, Darcy McNamara, chair Annette Hanson, center director Powell Jones, Kendra Donelson, Wanda Schneider and Tuttie Peetz. Here they stand in front of the “Inspire Wonder Capital Campaign” banner — now at about 90 percent (as marked by the woodpecker) of the approximate $3.6 million goal after recently receiving word of a $1.5 grant through a State Capital Budget appropriation. Submitted photo

Dungeness River Audubon Center gets $1.5M state capital budget grant

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