Milestone: Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge group picks officers

  • Wednesday, February 12, 2020 1:30am
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At the group’s annual meeting in November, the Friends of Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge group voted in board members, and in January elected officers for 2020.

The board includes: president Jason West, vice president Jeanie McNamara, treasurer Bruce Brod and secretary Ellie Ausmus, along with Jessie Christiansen, Linda Gutowski and Dan Shappie.

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Friends promote conservation of the natural and cultural resources of the Washington Maritime National Wildlife Refuge Complex, known locally as “The Dungeness Spit,” and engage in educational, charitable, scientific and civic activities to increase public awareness and assist management in accomplishing refuge goals.

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