Recipients were, from left, Nita Lynn, representing First Step Family Support Group programs in Sequim, Port Angeles, Forks, Neah Bay, Brinnon and Port Hadlock; Shauna Rogers, of Clallam-Jefferson Pro Bono Lawyers; Lori Brothers, of North Olympic Foster Parent Association; Jerry Enzenauer (behind Brothers), board chair for the Dungeness Homes low-income housing program in development in Sequim; Susan Hillgren, The Answer for Youth; Ann Simpson (behind Hillgren), Forks Abuse Program; Beth Walker and Catherine McKinney, Clallam Mosaic; Pastor Russ Britton (back row), Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church; Rebekah Miller, Peninsula Behavioral Health; and John Braasch, Voices for Veterans. Healthy Families of Clallam County also received a donation. Submitted photo

Recipients were, from left, Nita Lynn, representing First Step Family Support Group programs in Sequim, Port Angeles, Forks, Neah Bay, Brinnon and Port Hadlock; Shauna Rogers, of Clallam-Jefferson Pro Bono Lawyers; Lori Brothers, of North Olympic Foster Parent Association; Jerry Enzenauer (behind Brothers), board chair for the Dungeness Homes low-income housing program in development in Sequim; Susan Hillgren, The Answer for Youth; Ann Simpson (behind Hillgren), Forks Abuse Program; Beth Walker and Catherine McKinney, Clallam Mosaic; Pastor Russ Britton (back row), Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church; Rebekah Miller, Peninsula Behavioral Health; and John Braasch, Voices for Veterans. Healthy Families of Clallam County also received a donation. Submitted photo

$9,500 donated to local nonprofits by Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church

  • Thu Apr 11th, 2019 7:47pm
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Sequim’s Dungeness Valley Lutheran Church, which has raised thousands of dollars for area charities for more than 20 years with its annual Yuletide Bazaar, presented a total of $9,500 in grants on April 4. For information about the 2019 bazaar, scheduled for Nov. 23, see www.facebook.com/dungenessvalleyyuletidebazaar. For information about Dungeness Valley Lutheran, see http://dvelca.org.