Sequim Gazette Staff

Faith News — Nov. 2, 2016

‘Just War, Endless War’ Olympic Unitarian Universalist Fellowship’s visiting minister the Rev. Amanda Aikman will present “Just War, Endless War” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov.… Continue reading

History Tales explores ‘Apron On/Apron Off’

The program “Apron On/Apron Off” will be featured at the Clallam County Historical Society’s History Tales presentation at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6, at the… Continue reading

Men’s soccer: Pirates finish unbeaten in regular season

North Division standings (final) Team Conf. Over. Peninsula 14-0-1 16-0-2 Whatcom 9-4-2 10-5-2 Edmonds 7-6-2 10-7-2 Sk. Valley 6-8-1 8-8-1 Shoreline 5-10-0 6-11-0 Everett 1-14-0… Continue reading

Milestone: City of Sequim presents Mark Caughey with Westcott Award

The City of Sequim presented the third annual “Westcott Award” to Mark Caughey for his volunteer service with the Departments of Community Development and Public… Continue reading

Milestone: PEO group hosts annual meeting

The annual gathering of PEO women from Sequim, Port Angeles and Port Townsend recently convened at 7 Cedars Casino in Blyn with 140 attending. “Great… Continue reading

Milestone: Wendt-Frick wedding

Celene Wendt and Craig Frick, both of Sequim, were married Oct. 15 at Faith Lutheran Church in Sequim. Father of the bride is Pat Wendt… Continue reading

Olympic Peninsula Harvest Wine & Cider Tour set for Nov. 11-13

Olympic Peninsula wineries invite the community to share the season’s bounty paired with wine and cider releases at the annual Harvest Wine &Cider Tour, slated… Continue reading

OTA, Sequim Food Bank team up for cause: Theater-goers encouraged to bring donations to ‘Something’s Afoot’ performances

Combining great local acting with a good cause, Olympic Theatre Arts is hosting a special production to raise funds and food for the Sequim Food… Continue reading

PEO Bazaar features gifts, baked goods, books galore

Chapter JC of PEO International, Sequim, will have its eighth bazaar from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, in the foyer of Sequim Community Church,… Continue reading

Police blotter: Burglaries, thefts, more

The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of Sequim and in unincorporated Clallam County in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley area. Oct. 25… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles picks Binswanger for Director of Business Development

The Port of Port Angeles hired Daniel Binswanger of Sequim in mid-September as its new director of business development. Binswanger’s responsibilities include developing and implementing… Continue reading

Sedum growing is next Brown Bag series topic, set for Nov. 10

WSU Master Gardener Marsha Robin shares ideas for creative sedum growing, indoors and in the Pacific Northwest garden, at noon Thursday, Nov. 10, in the… Continue reading

Sequim High cross country squads get state berths

Before Sequim’s first meet of the season, interim head coach Michael Cobb said he’d love to be able to coach a team to the state… Continue reading

Sequim WOW! forum on Nov. 9 focuses on balance

Barb Paschal presents a free WOW! Working on Wellness Forum entitled “Dynamic Balance Ideas” at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9, at Trinity United Methodist Church,… Continue reading

Sequim, Port Angeles libraries host children’s musician

Have fun singing and stomping to the tunes of children’s musician Johnny Bregar of Seattle as he returns to the North Olympic Library System for… Continue reading

Sports Briefs: Klahhane Gymnastics adds classes; Cedars’ Lady Niners pick 2017 officers, club champion; Port Angeles hosts ‘Tip-Off tourney’

Cedars’ Lady Niners pick 2017 officers, club champion The Cedars at Dungeness’ Lady Niners group selected new officers for the 2017 season. They are: J.P… Continue reading

Milestone: Sequim Toastmasters dress the part

When it comes to spooky things, surveys show that public speaking consistently ranks near the top of people’s fears, often higher than death. The Skwim… Continue reading

Clallam County warns against water contact

Clallam County Health and Human Services’ Environmental Health Section officials are reminding the public to avoid marine water contact in urban and developed embayments such… Continue reading

Sequim’s Velarde named WIAA Athlete of the Week for football

One week, nine touchdowns. Gavin Velarde made a big impact on the field last week and it didn’t go unrecognized. The Sequim High junior football… Continue reading