Tedescos hosts WAG Night benefit to help local dogs
For the third year, Christina and Eric Thompson, co-owners of Tedescos, 210 W. Washington St., kept their annual tradition of donating to the Welfare for Animals Guild (WAG).
Last week, the couple donated $1,223.86 plus more donations from customers at their WAG Night benefit.
Christina said when they moved to Sequim five years ago, they adopted their dog Bohdi from WAG and connected with the nonprofit animal rescue.
Along with donating 20 percent of sales on WAG Night, they’ve catered two of WAG’s Dogtoberfest.
The Thompsons said customers were excited to participate and their total came close to last year thanks to take-out sales.
WAG officials said proceeds support senior dogs, veterinarian bills and other miscellaneous care.
Tedescos is open 4-8 p.m. Wednesday-Sundays with 50 percent inside seating available, takeout orders by calling 360-504-3821 and online ordering at tedescosfresh.com.
Gauthun earns spot on dean’s list at chiropractic college
Hannah Brie Gauthun of Sequim was recently named to the fall 2020 trimester dean’s list at Palmer College of Chiropractic’s Main campus in Davenport, Iowa.
Palmer College of Chiropractic, the first and largest college in the chiropractic profession, has campuses in Davenport, Iowa; San Jose, Calif., and Port Orange, Fla.
Sequim students earn WGU degrees
Jason Ferri, Carra Manley and Kelly Miller of Sequim were among a group of local residents who recently earned degrees from Western Governors University, an online, nonprofit school that has graduated more than 218,000 students since its inception in 1997.
Ferri earned a bachelor of arts degree in special education.
Manley earned a bachelor of art degree in special education and elementary education (dual licensure).
Miller of earned a master of arts degree in English language learning (pre K-12).