Former Sequim High School theater director Christy Rutherford helps organize the cleanout of the SHS theater’s costume shop on Aug. 19. “We’ve never had a purge like this,” said current director Ashley Kramer. “We used to have four times this space, but we never got rid of anything.” Kramer was helped by Rutherford and Sequim Middle School teacher David McInnes on Aug. 19 after a work party including theater students on Aug. 12 “didn’t get everything out.” “We still have a lot of work to do, but you can actually move around in here now, and see up and down the aisles,” Rutherford said. Kramer said that the majority of the clothes taken out of the closet were donated to Goodwill, with some going to Sequim Serenity House. “They were happy to take it all with Halloween coming up,” Kramer said. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

Former Sequim High School theater director Christy Rutherford helps organize the cleanout of the SHS theater’s costume shop on Aug. 19. “We’ve never had a purge like this,” said current director Ashley Kramer. “We used to have four times this space, but we never got rid of anything.” Kramer was helped by Rutherford and Sequim Middle School teacher David McInnes on Aug. 19 after a work party including theater students on Aug. 12 “didn’t get everything out.” “We still have a lot of work to do, but you can actually move around in here now, and see up and down the aisles,” Rutherford said. Kramer said that the majority of the clothes taken out of the closet were donated to Goodwill, with some going to Sequim Serenity House. “They were happy to take it all with Halloween coming up,” Kramer said. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

A Costume Clean-Out

Former Sequim High School theater director Christy Rutherford helps organize the cleanout of the SHS theater’s costume shop on Aug. 19. “We’ve never had a purge like this,” said current director Ashley Kramer. “We used to have four times this space, but we never got rid of anything.” Kramer was helped by Rutherford and Sequim Middle School teacher David McInnes on Aug. 19 after a work party including theater students on Aug. 12 “didn’t get everything out.” “We still have a lot of work to do, but you can actually move around in here now, and see up and down the aisles,” Rutherford said. Kramer said that the majority of the clothes taken out of the closet were donated to Goodwill, with some going to Sequim Serenity House. “They were happy to take it all with Halloween coming up,” Kramer said. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley

By Conor Dowley

Sequim Gazette

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