Lorraine Shore is our local Neighborhood Watch contact.
Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program that enlists the active participation of residents in cooperation with law enforcement to reduce crime, solve problems, and improve the quality of life in your area. In it you will get to know and work with your neighbors, and learn how to:
- Recognize and report crimes and suspicious activities
- Protect yourself, your family, and your property,
- Protect your neighbor’s family and property, and
- Identify crime and disorder problems in your area work with the Sheriff’s Office to solve them.
Combining Federal, State, County, and other community support agencies, programs and groups into a cohesive “team” effort results in the power of numbers and allows for development of informed group consensus. This involves all elements of the community in the search for solutions.
In 2015, the world saw historic progress against the paralyzing disease, with just two countries – Afghanistan and Pakistan – reporting a single strain of the wild virus. If the current momentum is strengthened, this year may mark the last case of wild poliovirus.
"We are closer than ever to achieving a polio-free world," said Michael K. McGovern, chair of Rotary's International PolioPlus Committee. "To ensure that no child ever again suffer the devastating effects of this disease, we must all ensure that the necessary funds and political will are firmly in place in 2016."
We raised $133 for Shelter Box in April.
Katherine Gordon, daughter of Darry and Diana Gordon
Member of JV and Varsity Cheer
NJROTC Supply Officer Assistant, 2014; Supply Officer 2015; Armed Drill Team; Pt Team; Color Guard; and Unarmed Duals Member of the Rider Crew Sophomore Vice President Attended the Northwest Leadership Conference in Summer of 2014, and the Northwest Leadership Academy in Florida in the Summer of 2015 Works part time at Safeway as a Courtesy Clerk and at Elite School of Driving as on office assistant She joins volunteering in the community and NJROTC, Cheer, and Dance
Austin Phillips, son of Ben and Vera Phillips
3 Academic Letters of Excellence
Student of the Triad in November 2014
Lots of Volunteering; Run-a-Muck, 2 years at the ESP Sprint Boat Races, the Festival of Trees, and has assisted in teaching Gumdo
Blue Belt in Tae Kwan Do
Blue Belt in Gumdo
He Enjoys hunting, shooting, and video games
MacKenzie Cammack, daughter of Joseph and Kaylee Cammack
Has taken several Honors and AP Courses
Varsity Letter in Music
Marching Band Drum Major
Bella Voice Choir Section Leader,
Participated in the 2015 All State Choir, and the State Solo and Ensemble Contest
Member of both Wind Ensemble and Jazz Ensemble
Participates with the Crab Fest Choir and with Musical Theater
She enjoys voice lessons and classical musical performances
Elliott Soelter, son of Clint Soelter and Sydney Upham Soelter
Member of the National Honor Society
Member of the Citizen Band Powatomi Tribe
Varsity Letter in Tennis; member of the PAHS tennis team for 4 years
Varsity Letter in Lacrosse; played on then Mountaneers Lacrosses team since 7th grade
Member of the PAHS Band; played both the piano and trombone for 6 years, received the Most improved Band Student for 2013
Junior Class Secretary and the Current Port Angeles High Student Body Vice President
He enjoys traveling, swing dancing, restoring a 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser with his Dad, eating his Mom's excellent cooking, and learning about his Native American heritage form his grandfather.
Doc BirchMay 6
Terry WardMay 8
Steven BentleyMay 9
Doris Ann BrownMay 12
Frederick RoyceMay 17
Jody MossMay 21
Glen WadeMay 23
Lindsay FoxMay 25
Dianne OnnenMay 7
Jayne DownieMay 9
Chris McClurkenMay 26
Jeffrey BohmanBarb MaynesMay 9
Chelo WhiteMay 1, 199125 years
Patricia HannahMay 1, 199125 years
Patrick DownieMay 1, 199521 years
Rob OnnenMay 1, 198531 years