United Way of Clallam County
June Newsletter
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Community Coins with Lefties Baseball
Hey  Lefties Baseball fans! Bring your spare change to the ballpark this summer and donate to Community Coins, a coin drive competition benefiting  United Way of Clallam County . You can find the Community Coins jar at the main concession stand (facing Race Street).

We're challenging all the  West Coast League  teams to join the competition! The money collected will be donated to each team's local United Way. The team that raises the most money for their community will be awarded the Community Impact Trophy at the  2018 West Coast League All-Star Game  in Port Angeles, WA.

Every penny counts and Go Lefties! See you at the ballpark for June's games:

Day of Action
United Way's Day of Action is a global day of service. During June, thousands of people in more than 400 communities across the world volunteer with United Way to make their community a better place.

This year United Way of Clallam County completed two community service projects for Day of Action. On June 2nd, we sanded and painted the Laurel Street stairs in downtown Port Angeles. Volunteers included representatives from AmeriCorps, Olympic Veterinary Clinic, Port Angeles High School, Revitalize Port Angeles, United Way of Clallam County and community members. (Top left picture)

On June 8th, we volunteered at Sequim Service Fest, a Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County event. Our project was painting the exterior of the Sequim Innovation Lab and we were joined with volunteers from City of Sequim, Habitat for Humanity, United Way of Clallam County and community members.
19 PAHS Students Awarded Varsity Letter in Community Service
19 Port Angeles High School (PAHS) students received a PAHS varsity letter for community service during an Award Recognition Ceremony at the May 24 Port Angeles School District School Board meeting.

Youth United is a program that encourages students to give back to the community and awards them with a varsity letter in community service for their efforts. All students served a minimum of 145 volunteer service hours in the community between April 1, 2017 and March 31, 2018. This is the highest number of students earning the letter in the program's history in Port Angeles. In total, these 19 students completed 3,491 hours of community service with over 50 different organizations .

Youth United was established at Port Angeles High School in 2012. During the 2018-19 school year, the program will expand to include Sequim and Crescent High Schools.
Congratulations Class of 2018!
United Way of Clallam County and the Clallam Community Foundation congratulates the Class of 2018 and the recipients of our scholarship funds.

Bright Haygood Copsey Fund
Hull Family Fund
A & J Minton Scholarship Fund
Mac & Phyllis Munro Memorial Fund
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