Puget Sound Anglers-North Olympic Peninsula Chapter sets 2020 fundraiser for Feb. 22

The Puget Sound Anglers-North Olympic Peninsula Chapter will host the group’s annual Kids Fishing Day fundraiser at Sunland Golf and Country Club on Saturday, Feb. 22.

The fundraiser supports all club initiatives including Kids Fishing Day and Kids Fall Fishing at Carrie Blake Community Park, scholarships to local students, Dungeness Fish Hatchery, Crab Fest Grab-a-Crab-Derby and Salmon in the Classroom in conjunction with the Dungeness River Audubon Center.

Doors open at 4:30 p.m. with a silent auction. Dinner is served starting at 5:30 p.m. and the main event, a live auction featuring auctioneer John Beath, begins at 7 p.m.

Auction items include saltwater or freshwater fishing trips. The buffet dinner features spaghetti with red meat sauce or Alfredo clam sauce, Caesar salad, garlic bread and dessert.

Tickets are $25 and are limited to 180.

For tickets or more information contact Sherry Anderson at sherryand angus@olypen.com or 360-681-4768.

The mission of the North Olympic Peninsula Chapter of the Puget Sound Anglers is “to organize and fund educational events and learning that promote stewardship, conservation, camaraderie, safety and enjoyment of local fisheries.”

The group’s Kids Fishing Day at Carrie Blake Community Park is set for April 11.

The club does not have a regular chapter meeting in February in lieu of the fundraiser.

More in Sports

Community scoreboard — Feb. 26, 2020

Golf The Cedars at Dungeness • Men’s Club, Four-Man Computer Draw, Feb.… Continue reading

Gymnastics: Pfeffer, Wolves compete at state

Senior Lesea Pfeffer capped her prep gymnastics career with a top-30 finish… Continue reading

Wrestling: SHS’s Cowan goes 1-2 at MatClassic tourney

A newcomer to the sport at the beginning of the season, Sequim… Continue reading

Sequim Wolves guard Jessica Dietzman (2) drives up the court with White River Hornets guard Kara Marecle (15) in close pursuit. Dietzman lead the Wolves in scoring with 14 points while Marecle had a game-high 22 as the Hornets beat the Wolves 57-53 in a district playoff loser-out game on Feb. 20 to qualify for the regional round of the 2A State Championships. Sequim Gazette photo by Conor Dowley
Girls basketball: White River eliminates Sequim in heartbreaker

Dietzman, Glasser star, but Wolves can’t win way into state tournament

Boys swimming: Needoba sets school mark in 200 at state meet

Sequim’s boys swim team’s 2019-2020 season ended at the first day of… Continue reading

Sports briefs — Feb. 26, 2020

Register now for Quilcene Oyster Races Registration is now open for the… Continue reading

Volleyball: Momentum One squads hit courts at Seattle/Tacoma tourney

Momentum One Volleyball Academy, a new nonprofit youth volleyball club formed in… Continue reading

Wolves of the week: Emma Sharp (Feb. 10-15), Lesea Pfeffer (Feb. 17-22)

Feb. 10-15: Emma Sharp Class: Junior Team: SHS gymnastics Head coach: Jackie… Continue reading

PHOTO: Fifth-grade Wolves net win at Presidents’ Day Tourney

The Sequim fifth-grade basletball squad celebrates a division win at the Port… Continue reading

Most Read