Our Goals

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The 2007-2008 academic year has been one of great

accomplishment for Peninsula College and our communities.

As you turn the pages of our Report to the Community, you

will learn about our exciting programming and initiatives.

We’re proud of Peninsula College, and we think you will be,

too!

Dr. Thomas Keegan

President, Peninsula College

Our Goals

• To provide educational opportunity in all facets of the college mission.

• To maximize student access to higher education.

• To provide a college environment that places teaching and learning at the center of institutional practice, ensures quality

services to students, and demonstrates sound and planful stewardship of public resources.

• To foster college/community connections.

• To promote cultural enrichment.

• To model pluralism; a culture of mutual respect and acceptance that embodies diversity and promotes a civil society.

The Goals serve as the foundation for the continued development of our annual strategic plan, which informs and guides our actions in the

areas of new and continuing educational needs and opportunities.

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Peninsula College Foundation

Mission

“The Peninsula College Foundation will strive to secure philanthropic and external sources

of support for students, faculty, staff, and programs in support of the college’s mission.”

Accomplishments

• Raised matching funds to build Longhouse

• Awarded $366,476 in scholarships, program support, grants and awards

• Held American Conversations on campus to a SOLD OUT crowd

• Established Senior Scholarship for Continuing Education

• Established General Scholarships for Peninsula College bound graduating seniors at all

regional high schools in Clallam and Jefferson Counties

ASSETS FUND

Board members from left to right: Christy Mitchell, Kathy Charlton, Faculty Liaison Jen Gouge, Vicci Rudin, Executive Director Mary

Hunchberger, Del Delabarre, College President Tom Keegan, Treasurer Yvonne Ziomkowski, Past President Jennifer Zaccardo, Jim

Haguewood, President Carl Gay, Jerry Nichols, Rhonda Curry, Secretary Suzanne Anderson, President-elect Karen Rogers. Missing: Ed

Murphy, Bert Paul, George Wood and Brooke Taylor.

Foundation Financial Statement

Balance Sheet, December 31, 2007

FUND BALANCES

Cash or Equivalents $377,662.00 Unrestricted Funds $149,321.00

Donor designated

Restricted Funds 228,341.00

Investments 1,024,947.00 Endowment Funds 1,024,947.00

TOTAL ASSETS $1,402,609.00 $1,402,609.00

Future Fundraising

Projects

• Library Enhancements

• International Student and

Faculty Exchange Scholarships

• Science & Technology

Equipment

• Port Townsend Building

Renovation

For more information on the Peninsula College Foundation and giving opportunities, please visit our website at pcfoundation.ctc.edu or call 360.417.6535.

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Our Students

Educational opportunities and contributing to the cultural and economic enrichment of our communities are at the heart of the

Peninsula College mission. Peninsula College provides a diverse community of learning with an appreciation of commonality and

difference across our campus with a growing international student population and new BAS degree.

International Students

The International students make up a small but strong

part of the population at Peninsula College. In keeping with

the college’s goal of providing a culture of mutual respect and

acceptance, the international students provide a small glimpse

of the rest of the world. They not only learn the culture of

the U.S., but students from the Pacific Northwest learn about

Hong Kong, Japan, Togo, Tanzania, Congo, and Switzerland

cultures as well. Approximately 75 in number, they are a strong

presence in the classroom, the PUB and other places on campus

and in our community, bringing diverse views, experiences and

traditions to our campus and student body. For some, this may

be their first experience in a world that is getting smaller all the

time. It is the goal of Peninsula College to continue to recruit

from underserved nations around the world. Currently there are

students from the four continents of Europe, Asia, Africa and

South America attending Peninsula College.

Scholarship Recipients

“I consider it a great gift, and one I will cherish always. Without it I would

not have been able to continue with my voice studies.”

— Robbin Eaves, Elenore Friberg Music Scholarship

Recipient and member of first BAS class

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“Due to scholarships and financial

aid, I have been able to maximize my

learning, able to make the most of my

time at Peninsula College, and able to

concentrate fully on studying, without

dividing my time and attention between

work and school. My thanks to the

local community who provide the funds

for the scholarships, and to the College

Foundation for making them available.”

—Andrew Powers, First

Federal Academic

Excellence Scholarship

Recipient and member

of first BAS class


Debbie Scannell and Annie Carter of Forks

Extension Site.

Forks Campus

In response to the high demand for skilled language interpreters in the medical, legal and

service industries on the West End, we developed two new Interpreter training courses

at our Forks Extension Site. We also opened a new Learning Center in Forks to provide

comprehensive educational support to our students and free computer workshops to

community residents. With grants from the Peninsula College Foundation, the Forks site

purchased textbooks and presentation materials for career fairs. In addition, one of our key

staff members received funding for tuition for a grant-writing course. This kind of financial

assistance keeps our instruction and administrative expenses within budget and allows us to

focus those funds on educational offerings. Our goal is to attract more local students and to

provide free tutoring and other resources in order to ensure the success of current students.

The College Automotive Program teamed with the Foundation to donate a reconditioned

vehicle to the Quillayute Valley Scholarship Auction, directly benefiting area high school

graduates. “It is a great source of pride to be associated with this contribution to our

community and an organization that is unconditionally helping remove barriers to higher

education for the West End residents!” states Debbie Scannell, Forks Site Coordinator.

Main Campus

On the main campus in Port Angeles, we’re continuing to improve and

expand our physical plant to provide students and community members with

modern facilities that enhance our teaching and learning efforts. Two new

buildings that will open this summer are our new 26,680-square-foot library/

media center and the faculty office building. The library/media center

provides a central teaching-and-learning resource for everyone and includes

a smart classroom, individual and group study areas, print and nonprint

collections, and research workstations with access to digital collections of

e-books and journal articles. The new faculty office building provides office

spaces for faculty, staff and administrators. We are also in the design phase

for a new Maier Hall instructional and arts facility. The 70,000-square-foot

building will house our art, music, business, mathematics, and basic skills

programs. And finally, we are in the planning stage for a new allied health

and childcare facility, which will provide expanded space for our current

health care programs and childcare center.

Library Grand Opening

Fall 2008

Students work in new Fort Worden, Port Townsend Site

Learning Center

Fort Worden, Port Townsend Campus

In Port Townsend, we’re continuing to broaden and expand our community

connections through a variety of new educational and community programs that

serve both our students and the residents of East Jefferson County. Partnerships

with Centrum and the Port Townsend Film Festival this spring will produce

innovative programs of broad appeal. Students can complete their AA degree in

two years at the Fort Worden main extension site. Online educational opportunities

have increased in the past two years broadening the range of classes offered,

but students will participate largely in face-to-face classes. Basic Skills, GED

Preparation, English as a Second Language, and community education classes are

available in multiple locations and times. These classes are mission-driven and we

are proud of our success rate. Through a recent grant by the Peninsula College

Foundation, extension sites and main campus GED preparation students can

receive assistance with the cost of GED testing.

Our Campus Communities

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Exceptional Projects

Elwha River Project

Now in its third year, Peninsula College students are working alongside college

faculty and natural resource agency scientists studying the Elwha River

watershed and the Central Strait of Juan de Fuca. The Elwha River is the

site of the world’s largest dam removal and fisheries restoration project, and

dozens of Peninsula College students, staff and faculty have been involved

in this historic project. Student efforts to date have included assessment of

marine-derived nutrients, microbial communities, wildlife distributions,

riparian vegetation, snow hydrology and fisheries. Their work is supported by

the National Science Foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates

program through a grant received jointly by Peninsula College and Western

Washington University’s Huxley College of the Environment. Director of

Natural Resources Management at Peninsula College, Dr. Dwight Barry’s

European Summer Study Project

The 2007 Exceptional Faculty Award funded a trip to Europe for

two faculty members and a group of fourteen students. Although this

grant was awarded to faculty members Fred Thompson and Alice

Derry from the English Department, its effect was to enable students

to further their education. Their journey, which was proceeded by

a preparatory team-taught class in the winter quarter of 2006, was

a study trip, exploring aspects of European art in the Baroque and

Romantic eras. The group of sixteen traveled to London, Berlin,

Dresden, Prague, and Vienna in search of painting, architecture,

music and literature. The class found what they were looking for and

much more in terms of fellowship, cuisine, and beauty. Each student

produced a journal of the trip and a researched final project. For the

PC students and Department of Fish and Wildlife staff ready a boat

for launching.

enthusiasm and dedication for the project are apparent with such invitations as this: “Visit out website at www.pc.ctc.edu/coe/

elwha.htm for more information or subscribe to our podcast feed (and hear from the students themselves!) at www.pc.ctc.edu/coe/

podcasts/elwhareu.xml.”

PC faculty and staff pave the way for students in Costa Rica. From

left: Maria Peña, Dean of Student Services, Marca Davies and

Bonnie Rathod, nursing faculty, Brian Hauge, science faculty, and

Bill Eaton, Vice President of Instruction.

Costa Rican Global Health Project

Some of the ways Peninsula College has put our goals into action this year include

the development of a new Special Topics in Global Health course set to debut

this summer. Community health practitioners and our nursing students will have

the opportunity to study international health issues in Costa Rica for two weeks

and learn about community health practices and how to live and work in another

country and culture. This global health course grew from a Peninsula College

partnership with an international consortium of scientists established to study

the impacts of the land management practices, enhance the local awareness of

the value of conservation, encourage and facilitate environmentally sustainable

economic development and enhance local community health within the tropical

lowland forests of the Northern Zone of Costa Rica. In the summer of 2008,

nursing faculty instructors Marca Davies and Bonnie Rathod will take a group of

nursing students to Costa Rica to participate in a two-week course that will take

them to a small village. This two-week intensive program partners our nursing

students and biology students from Peninsula College to work in a village on such projects as community health and language immersion.

This is a rare opportunity for Peninsula College students to get a cross-cultural perspective in general, but specifically in health care.

Alice Derry (standing second from left) and Fred Thompson (far right), English

faculty and their students start their journey to Europe to study art, architecture,

music and liteerature.

instructors, both of whom have lived in these countries and explored the destinations deeply over their careers, the trip became a

capstone experience. These grants were awarded by the Foundation through an Exceptional Faculty Endowment.

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2008 Tenured Faculty

Dr. Reina Barreto

Dr. Barreto has taught the entire sequence of Elementary and Intermediate Spanish, Modern Latin

America, and Conversational Spanish for Continuing Education. She is currently developing courses that

focus on Spanish and Latin American art, literature, film and history. She conducts research on the art and

literature of Latin American and Caribbean women, particularly from the 19th and 20th centuries. She

is also developing project work concerning artists in Cuba. “Dr. Reina Barreto has been chosen as one of

15 faculty selected nationwide to participate in the National Endowment for the Humanities seminar for

College and University Teachers entitled Negotiating Identities in Art, Literature, and Philosophy: Cuban Americans

and American Culture. She will be working with leading scholars in the field and pursuing an independent

research project on Maya Islas, a Cuban-American poet and visual artist. In particular, she is interested

in how Islas negotiates cultural and personal identities through collaborative art projects,” says Dr. Bill Eaton, Vice President for

Instruction.

Mr. Bruce Hattendorf

Bruce Hattendorf teaches a variety of courses in Humanities at the college. His areas of expertise include

English, literature, film, and pop culture. He is interested in developing courses that link Irish literature

and cinema together. His scholarly efforts are focused primarily on film studies. Bruce is responsible

for establishing the Magic of Cinema Short Film Festival at Peninsula College that allows budding film

makers to compete for recognition and prize money. Bruce’s contribution to both the campus and local

community is bringing film classics to the Little Theater on campus with the Magic of Cinema every

Friday during the school year.

Published Faculty

Glynda Schaad

Dr. Matt Teorey

Dr. Matt Teorey has taught sections of English 90, 101, and 102 at the college — including a recent section

that connected an English course with Physics, in conjunction with Physics faculty Jeff Zirul. In addition,

Dr. Teorey teaches American, British and World Literature courses, as well as the upper division Writing in

the Workplace course for the new BAS degree program. Dr. Teorey conducts research in the area of the

written and oral narratives about people and events both past and present, entitled “Narratives of Place.”

In particular, he focuses on the transcription and analysis of the folklore and experiences of our local

communities.

When Glynda Schaad was first approached to write Women to Reckon With, she and her brother,

Gary Peterson, had been considering the idea of researching a book on women of the Olympic

Wilderness. Glynda was encouraged to teach a continuing education class on the subject by

Jackie Jardine-Moore, and in less than five months, the research began and “the voices of

women, silent for so long” began to emerge. With “generously shared resources” including

the expertise of D. J. Bassett, a student from the continuing education class, and his wife,

Magdalena, D. J. “skillfully restored all of the photos for the book, and Magdalena designed

the attractive book cover and artistically crafted page layout.” Recently, Glynda and Gary

hosted a book signing event sponsored by the University of Washington Bookstore in Seattle

to a standing-room only crowd. Says Glynda, “The experience transported me back to the

seventies, to hand writing essays in a little Greek restaurant and to my life as a graduate student.

I recalled how a single word of encouragement or a little nudge from a mentor could make

all the difference. Some things have not changed in 35 years. Thanks to Jackie and thanks to

Peninsula College Continuing Education for providing the leadership, framework and resources for the professional and project

development of our faculty.”

By Exceptional Faculty

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“Coming from out-of-doors,

forest and nature”

House of Learni

On October 15, 2007, Peninsula College, Olympic Pe

the grand opening of the Longhouse Cultural Center,

opening celebrated the building of important relation

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ninsula tribal members and the community celebrated

the first of its kind on a community college campus. The

ships and friendships that will enrich and strengthen the

e provides multipurpose spaces for classes, events, conferences

ultures of the North Olympic Peninsula. Tribal partners are

kah, Quileute, and Hoh. Guests leave the House transformed

em. The true wealth of the House is the collective wisdom of

shared with all who enter the Longhouse.

Photos, clockwise from top left: View of the Longhouse from the outside;

community coming together in dance at the Grand Opening; tribal elders speaking at

the gathering; President Keegan addressing the crowd; and tribal drummers adding

to the ceremony.


A Record of

Student-centered. Outstanding faculty. Innovative.

Small, face-to-face classes. Graduate-level student

research opportunities for undergraduate students.

Unique international learning experiences. A bachelor’s

degree. Community partnerships. Student success.

These are just a small sampling of the things

for which Peninsula College is known. And we are

known for them because teaching and learning truly

are at the center of our mission, a fact that has been

recognized at both the national and state level by the

organizations and people who are most concerned with

education. In many ways, 2007 marked a new record

of accomplishment for Peninsula College. Consider the

following.

National Recognition

In 2007, Peninsula College became one of only

20 community colleges in the nation to be invited to

participate in a summit meeting on “Issues that Matter

to Community Colleges.” President Dr. Thomas

Keegan and 19 other community college presidents and

chancellors met with the Deputy Assistant Secretary

for Community Colleges at the U.S. Department of

Education (DOE) headquarters in Washington D.C.

They began discussions that will bring community

college presidents’ voices into the arena of high-level

federal policy making. The 20 colleges were selected

because they were deemed “to have adopted innovative

approaches to career pathways and workforce

education.”

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State Recognition

Also in 2007, Peninsula College— along with

the Battelle Marine Research Operations Laboratory

in Sequim, WA and the Clallam County Economic

Development Council— was honored by being

designated as one of Washington state’s 11 Innovation

Partnership Zones. The designation was awarded by

Washington state Governor Christine Gregoire and is

given for involvement in and commitment to marine

biotechnology, coastal assessment and restoration, and

forecasting stressors on marine and estuarine systems.

Communities designated as Innovation Partnership

Zones bring together businesses, researchers, and

training in cooperative efforts to develop new,

commercially viable products and jobs. In doing so, they

create the opportunity and environment for innovation.


$3 Million Plus in Federal Grants

In July 2007, Peninsula College received $3 million plus

in federal grants from the U.S. Department of Education

that will help to improve student success. Both of the fiveyear

grants are highly competitive, and Peninsula College is

among the few colleges and universities nationally to receive

them.

Upward Bound. An Upward Bound grant of

$1,248,440 offers assistance to low-income and firstgeneration,

college-bound students to help them develop

the skills necessary for post-secondary education. It also

An Upward Bound student from Port Angeles High School works on her computer skills.

encourages students to enter and stay in college as they

work towards a four-year degree program. The grant allows

Peninsula College to serve 50 students from the five local high schools that make up the Port Angeles and Quillayute Valley School

Districts, including Forks High School, Port Angeles High School, Lincoln High School, Forks Alternative and Quileute Tribal

School.

Title III. A $1,954,642 Title III Strengthening Institutions Program grant is helping Peninsula College improve student

success through technology. The grant is designed to help colleges and universities by providing funds to improve and strengthen

the academic quality, institutional management and fiscal stability of eligible institutions. Peninsula College will use the Title III

funding to improve services by focusing on the application of technology to business processes, fundraising and student-success

strategies.

A BAS Degree and a University Center

Peninsula College welcomed its first Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management students to its campus in September

2007. Thirty-one students are enrolled, and recruitment is now underway for the second entering class, which will start this fall.

The program was developed to meet the employment needs of the Olympic Peninsula and to provide program graduates with

the knowledge and skills needed to move into or advance in management and supervisory positions. Students may choose either a

two- or three-year track to complete the 18 courses required for the BAS Applied Management degree.

Our new University Center, which opened in March of this year, provides study spaces and current technology resources for

students enrolled in four-year programs. It also houses offices for staff members of Peninsula College’s BAS Applied Management

degree, Western Washington University’s Huxley College of the Environment and City University’s Elementary Teacher Program.

New Science and Technology Building Opens

Peninsula College’s new 56,000-square-foot Science and Technology Building opened for classes in September 2007. Separate

Science and Technology wings, a lecture hall, 13 labs, five classrooms, two conference rooms, and spacious study and lounge areas

make the center not only a major focal point for campus learning but for student-to-student and student-to-faculty interaction as

well. The facility also meets the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building certification.

Our Accomplishments

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Pirate Athletics 2007-2008

Christian Harris, a sophomore on the Pirates Men’s basketball team, goes up for a shot against

Shoreline. The team captured their third conference Title Championship in the past five

seasons. This season, they won the league title with a 13-3 record, remaining undefeated on

their home court. The Pirate men ended their season with a hard fought fourth place finish in

NWAACC tournament and their second best record in team history at 25 wins and only eight

losses.

Coach Peter Stewart led the Pirates to a 2008 North Division Championship and took fourth

place at NWAACC. He was also named North Division Coach of the Year.

Peninsula College freshman Krystal Tolliver of Lathrop, Alaska, drives around Edmonds

defender Alex Kilmer in a Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges

basketball game. This season was injury-filled with several players missing much of the

season due to knee and other injuries. Even with these difficulties, the Pirate Women were

one game away from the playoffs. Our ten returning players, having fought through the

adversity of this season, have helped to position next year’s team for a strong year.

Katie Longmire, a freshman on the Pirate Women’s Softball squad, belts

one out of the park during the NWAACC tournament at Delta Park in

Portland, Oregon. This season the Lady Pirates had their best record in

school history, finishing 22-17. In the 2007 season Kayla Ralston broke the

homerun record with seven homeruns in a season and our pitcher Jessica

Rosencrants tied our strikeout record with 11 strikeouts in one game.

The women took third place in the North Division in 2007, as well as being

named to the NWAACC Top 10.

The 2007 West Division Champions and NWAACC Coach of the Year,

Andrew Chapman, worked long hours to put forth a season that was by far

the best Peninsula College has ever seen. For four months the team lived

together, sweated together, ate together, and even bled together, truly making

them the soccer family that the picture shows.

Pictured at left are Steve Walker, Jesse Retan, Ernest Boham and Hugo

Vasquez celebrating a Pirate goal in their first ever playoff-win in the quarter

finals against Everett during the Western Division Championships. The

Pirates plundered Everett 4-0 to go on to the semi-finals.

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Pictures clockwise from top left: Bill Eaton,

Vice President of Instruction and Jean-

Michel Cousteau in the new Science and

Technology Building; Cousteau chats with

President Circle members Suzanne Anderson

and Dan and Sally Wilder; Cousteau poses

with mountaineer Jim Whittaker; Cousteau

reminisces with old friend and fellow

conservationist and tribal elder, Alberta

Thompsen.

“American Conversations”

2007 was a “banner” year for Peninsula College. The Foundation’s signature event each year offers the campus community

and the community at large a major figure in American life for the purpose of having a

series of truly “American Conversations.” Topics of national interest include politics, the

environment, sports, and medicine brought to the college in order to raise awareness,

funds and friends.

With a SOLD OUT crowd and a first-time-on-campus venue, the 2007 American

Conversations featuring Jean-Michel Cousteau was a crowd-pleasing success.

SAVE THE DATE for this year’s featured American Conversations

speaker—award winning journalist and a leading voice on the Olympic Games,

Christine Brennan.

For more information on American Conversations, please contact the Peninsula

College Foundation at 360.417.6264 or foundation@pcadmin.ctc.edu. Visit our

website at pcfoundation.ctc.edu.

Christine Brennan.

Award-winning journalist, sports columnist,

author and TV commentator.

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Suzanne Anderson

Generous Donor and Foundation Board Member

“Education changes lives and I am excited to be a part of the gift of education. My father modeled for our

family that you should pay back for the education you receive. What I have seen at Peninsula College is a

support system that works. I take a great deal of pride in that.” Suzanne Anderson is a true ambassador

for Peninsula College and the Foundation. She serves as Secretary and Board Member on the Peninsula

College Foundation and is making a contribution through her commitment to fostering educational

opportunities and supporting the college through the generosity of her time and gifts.

Our Generous Donors

President’s Circle Members (Major Gifts Totaling $10,000 or more)

* President’s Circle members of 5 or more years

Leonard Serebrin Estate City of Port Angeles* Merrill & Ring

Paul G Allen Family Foundation

Estill and Reba Cornett

President’s Circle Honor Council Members (Gifts Totaling $5,000 or more)

Suzanne, Ron and Whittaker Anderson* Makah Tribal Council Bert and Martha Paul*

Forks Outfitters* Olympic Medical Center* Wilder Toyota*

Helen Maier and Family

President’s Circle Members (Gifts Totaling $1,000 or more)

Anonymous*

Tom Baermann

Kent and Rosemary Brauninger

Barbara and Jim Cammack*

Coca-Cola Bottling Co*

Community Foundation of Sequim

Ruth Cook

Tom and Rhonda Curry

Donsheng Dai

ExxonMobil Foundation

Fraternal Order of Eagles Lady Auxiliary

Jen and Denver Gouge

Mary Hunchberger

Jim’s Pharmacy*

Beverly Johnston

Thomas and Suzanne Keegan*

Brown and Sara Maloney*

Leroy and Lorraine Martin

Palmer and Evelyn McCarter*

Frank Needham

Nippon Paper Industries USA*

Peggy M. Norris

Olympic Ambulance/Bill and Esther Littlejohn*

Olympic Peninsula Dental Society

Platt, Irwin, Taylor

Karen & Jim Rogers

Schact/Aslani Architects

Sequim Dungeness Hospital Guild

Seven Cedars Casino*

Jean Sigmar*

Homer Smith*

Swain Cable Foundation*

S. Brooke and Diane Taylor*

John and Mary Wegmann

Philip & Cheryl Young*

Jack and Jennifer Zaccardo*

Benefactor

(Gifts Totaling $500 or more)

Apple Inc.

John Brewer

Drs. G. T. and David Chuljian

Coldwell Banker Uptown Realty, Inc.

First Federal Savings & Loan

Ray Gruver

Michelle Hawkins

Richard and Camille Headrick

Barbara LaRue

Fred and Christy Mitchell

National Marine Sanctuary Foundation

NOAA Olympic Coast National Marine

Sanctuary

Olympic Memorial Hospital Foundation

Pepsi Bottling Co., Inc.

John Pope

Port Angeles Marathon Association

Port Townsend Publishing Co.

John and Gail Ralston

Randy and Naomi Riggins

Dale and Tami Rose

Vicci and Mel Rudin

Shine Micro, Inc.

Soroptomist Int’l of Olym Rain Forest

Adrian and Katy Stansifer

George H. Stevens Estate

Melvin Twitchell

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Dean’s List

Gifts totaling $250 or more

Eric and Drake Apablasa

Sam and Martha Baker

Lois Barner

Peter and Sara Becker

Bella Italia

Don Bloom

Orville Campbell

Peter and Jill Casey

Florence Chamberlain

Neil Conklin

Tim Cooper

Paul and Betty Cornaby

Kathy and Robert Craven

Glenn Cutler

Paula and Mike Doherty

Dorothy Drain

Bill and Michelle Eaton

Edward and Judith English

Judith Farnsworth

Joe Floyd and Barbara Noble

Arnold Friberg

Carl Gay

Marty Gay and Michelle Sandoval

Greg Gorham

Randy and Jennifer Gray

Rusty and Jennifer Gray

Mark and Patty Hannah

Julie Hatch

Jean Hordyk

Joanne Hughes

Graham and Dory Hutchins

Jeanne Irvine and Jim Saarinen

Ed Jaramillo

Ken and Carolyn Johnston

Cherie Kidd

Lee and Diane Lawrence

J.C. Letourneau

Philip and Teri Martin

Michael and Kerry McCool

Jim and Sherrie McEntire

Paul and Rochelle McHugh

Helen Miller

Will and Carolyn Muller

Grant and Carol Munro

Ed and Lynne Murphy

Dave Neupert and Claudia Huston

Sharen Numa

Olympic View Publishing

Jay and Francoise Pearlman

Maria Pena

Kerry and Marilyn Perkins

Port Angeles Downtown Assoc.

Roger and Marilyn Reidel

Ruth Reinecke

James Rosenburgh

Linda Rotmark

Robert and Lucille Schmitt

Sandra Tatro

Pat and Marc Thomsen

Rob and Cindy Tulloch

United Methodist Women

Jeff Wells

Charles and Darlene Whitney

Winborn Architects

George and Nancy Wood

Rosalyn Young

Yvonne Ziomkowski

Honor Roll

Gifts totaling $100 or more

Idalia Apablasa

James Baker and Barbara Renfrow-Baker

Steve and Jeanne Bartolucci

Steve Baxter

Linda Button

Carlson Family Trust

Bonnie Cauffman

City of Port Angeles Employees Assoc.

Barbara Clampett

Dennis Duncan

Edna and Edward Elko

Jerry and Diana Estberg

Jim Fisher

Deb Frazier

Dr. W. Alvin Gross and Becky Riepe

Paul and Marianne Baker

Hickenbottom

Bobbi “Buff” Hirko

Melodie Howard

Jack Huls

Jackie Jardine-Moore

T. and R.A. Josephson

Beverly and Lyle Kinney

Mercedes Kirk

Lucy and James Kittrick

Bob Lawrence

Susan Lynch-Ritchie

Barbara A. Martin

Michael Maxwell

Robert McChesney

Patricia Medley

Deborah Menichini-Barlow

Jane Nishita

Mary O’Neil-Garrett and Jay Garrett

Peninsula College Faculty

Association

Edna Petersen

Nina Pitts and Steve Zenovic

Candace Pratt

Rinehart Consulting

Rick Ross

Bette Schueler

Alice Shaw

Natalie Spiegel

Jane Stapleton and Greg

Wildenthaler

Rod Stephenson

Nathan Surber

Fred Thompson

Jerrie and Bill Tiderman

Joanne Tisch

Aaron Tompkins

Jules and Carol Viglielmo

Patricia & Anthony Virdone

Friends

Suzanne Anderson and Karen Rogers

Yamile Araiza

Luana Arakawa

Judy Armstrong

Robert and Patricia Baker

Blythe Barbo

Kenneth and Evadna Bartlett

Leonard and Tea Rose Beil

Kenneth and Susan Anderson Bennett

Brian Betts

Blackrock Funds

Nancy Bluestein-Johnson


Susan Chadd

Donald and Janet Chisholm

Yvette Cline

James and Marta Coleman

Phillip Collier

Nancy Holmberg East

Fairview Property Consultants, Inc.

Susan Feiro*

Janet Fisch

Thomas and Sharon Fritschler

Mura C. Glenn

Lawrence and Jacalyn Gordon

Billie and David Grauberger

Allen G. Gray

Glen and Lisbeth Hover

Barbara Hughes

B.R. Irwin and P.L. Bell

Emma Janssen

Al Johnson

Irvin Francis Kyle

Linda Landkammer

Patricia Lang

Michael Lucas

Ruth Luedeke

Cheryl Mantle

Sheila and Gary Martin

Brian McCarthy and Judith Gray

Patty McManus and Nash Huber

Steve Mishko and Larri Ann Boyd

Bruce and Rosemary Moorehead

Benoit Murat

Viola Nixon

Peggy Noon and Vikki Akdag

J. Norse and Marsha Ottem

Oasis Well Drilling Inc.

Sandra Ostoyich

Trisha Plute

Don and Mary Reader

Craig and Nancy Rice

Laura Rinehart

Danetta Rutten

Debbie Scannell

O. Scott and Linda Prangrle

Karen and Kenneth Siefer

Helen and Jaimie Durnil Skrivanek

Tamara Smith and Andrea Motyka

Bill Spring

Judith and Elden Stang

Jack and Dorothy Stewart

Mary Tate

Rita and Thomas Thatcher

Ralph and Linda Timmons

Jim and Marianne Ude

Phyllis Van Holland

Loretta Venti

Sandy & Steve Wall

Robert and Ruth Worley

Christy Wright

Alvin and Marie Zimmerman

In-Kind Gifts

Darrell Charles Jr.

Misty Claussen

Michael J. Connell

Carolyn and Paul Cooper

Paul Culpepper

Denise Erickson

Leslie and Doug Francis

Dave Gilbert

Mary Hunchberger

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe

Heather Johnson-Jock

Gary Kriedberg and Jody Moss

Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe

Edith and Brian McArdle

Sharen Numa

Seattle Area Plumbing &

Pipefitting Industry

Stacey Stough

Sarah B. Strafford

USEPA Region 10

Eunice Wing

Longhouse

In-Kind Gifts & Artwork

Hoh Tribe

Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe

Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe

Makah Tribe

Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe

Quileute Tribe

Alfred B. Charles

Darrell Charles Jr.

Vicki Charles

Greg Colfax

Kathy Duncan

Dale Faulstich

Phillip Harner

Paul Hebert

Roy Hellwig

Heather Johnson-Jock

Eleanor Kaikaka

Spencer McCarty

Pam Morganroth

Viola Riebe

S’Klallam Youth

Pirate Booster

Club

Gifts Totaling $5,000 or more

Seven Cedars Casino*

Port Angeles Soccer Club

John and Jodi Stewart

Captain’s Table

Olympic Youth Soccer Assn

Teton Booster Club

Kent and Rosemary Brauninger*

John and Gail Ralston*

Swain Family Trust/Rebecca Gedlund*

Commander’s Table

Gifts Totaling $1,000 or more

Wilder Auto Center*

RJ Services

Robert and Delores Darling

Tom Fryer

Curtis and Beverly Jacobson

Gary Ross

Sequim Jr. Soccer Association

David Simpson

First Mate

Gifts Totaling $500 or more

Angeles Machine Works

Robert Butcher

Cheechako Lions Club

Delhur Industries, Inc.

Michael and Mary Foreman

Harry and Mary Hebert

Thomas and Suzanne Keegan

Port Angeles Marathon Association

Port Angeles Youth Basketball

R J Services

Michael and Sharon Robinson

Sequim High School

Jean Sigmar

Star Video

Randy Stone

Strait View Credit Union

Jeff Wald

Able Seaman

Gifts Totaling $100 or more

Jeff and Jeri Abram

American Marine Bank

Angeles Pawn, Inc

Doug and Margaret Bean

Michelle Abell Benef

Benik Corporation

Mel and Hermine Bouwkamp

Betty Brady

Eric and Christine Brown

Brad and Kay Burlingame

Canal Pumps, Inc

Roy Cartwright

Jim Cheney

Chimicum School District

Dennis Dickson

Dennis Duncan

Richard Elder

Mike and Shannon Ferris

Paula and Royal Field

First Federal Savings & Loan*

Mike Fitzmaurice

Krista and Jason Francis

G&K Distributors

Gordys Restaurant

Kelly Gregory

High Tides Seafood

Dennis and Mary Hofer

Hoopaholics

Jean Hordyk

Tony and Donna Hudson

Mary Hunchberger

John Wayne’s M&S Svcs

Ronald and Julie Johnson

Scott and Sherri Jones

Rosalie Kaune

Lonnie and Lorice Knight

Knight’s Taxidermy Inc.

Lady Rider Hoops

Joseph Lavin and SueEllen Kraft

Jeffrey and Debbie Lindgren

GeYao Liu

Cindy Lowe

Makah Tribal Council

Liane McGarvie

Fred and Elizabeth Millar

Olympic Bagel

Olympic Veterinary Clinic

Olypen Inc

Pacific Office Equipment, Inc.

Eric and Michelle Palenik

Maria Pena

Judy Perszyk

Port Angeles Girls Basketball Assoc

Sharie Ramsey

Terry and Joan Reichardt

Roger and Marilyn Reidel

Rinehart Consulting

Gregory and Lucille Roberts

Jessica Rosencrants

Rick Ross

Sequim Youth Basketball

Mark Shamp

Linda Simpson

Bruce and Kathy Skinner

Randy and Stephanie Steinman

David Stofferahn

Vern Swenson

Jeffrey Thayer

Faye and Jerome Truskowski

Joseph and Diana Tschimperle

C.J. Waite

Donald and Bertha Wald

Don and Erin Wallner

Walmart

Butch and Lisa Webb

David and Mary Wegener

Wenner Davis Inc

Whiteheads Auto Parts

John and Susan Wolf

David and Dale Wolfe

Lookout Perch

Gifts Totaling $30 or more

Ashton Data LLC

Lisa Barell

Stephanie Barnett

Todd Beuke

Gary and Kim Brandt

Carlsborg Old Mill Cafe

Eric and Robyn Caynak

Fred and Jeanie Defrang

Jodey Eastey

Karen and Thomas Fox

Noreen Frink

Jen and Denver Gouge

Steve and Karol Gray

Greg and Christine Halberg

Denice and Norman Hansen

Jenevieve Webber Heilman

David and Valerie Herda

Glen and Lisbeth Hover

William and Kelly Ingalls

Gloria Johnson

Just Jump

Jerri and Russell Knight

Payton Lee

Michael and Monica Lucas

H. James Lunt

Francis and Karen Mallari

Joe and Missy Marvelle

Benjamin Maxson

Michael and Debra McDonald

Sherri McFarlen

David Mittman

Kathy Murphy-Carey

Kathleen Navarre

Gail and Lawrence Nivala

Sharen Numa

Janice Ott

Jeanne and Patrick Phillips

Nina Pitts

Sharee Possinger

Mary and Mark Raben

Shari and Jay Ralston

Frankie Reed

Rich Riski

Ruby Robinson

T. Rodocker

Susan and Michael Rosencrants

Carole Russell

Dale and Barbara Sandahl

Karen and Stuart Smith

Lou Stewart

Cindy and Jeff Swegle

Jack Taylor

Mark and Tammy Thompson

Casey and Nic Villella

J.C. Waite

Connie and Matthew Walker

Robert Walton

Jody Weed

Sandra and Larry Williams

Amy Williamson

Iris Wilson

Robert and Veda Wilson

Friends

Leslie Anderson

Thomas Bertman

Gary Blevins

Alice and Loren Borth

Nancy Holmberg East

Inga and Kevin Eaton

Fairview Property Consultants, Inc.

Fiddleheads

Janet and Robert Fuller

Fred Garrett

Trisha Haggerty

Jeanne Hebert-Truax

Kevin and Jan Isett

P. Michael and Judith Jannausch

Craig Jung

Emily Karaffa

Catherine and Nelson Kinchen

Daren and Mary Konopaski

Brian and Carri Kreider

Randy May

Chris Minks

MS Flooring

Mark O’Neill

William and Barbara Parfitt

Terisa Picaso

Dwight and Brenda Probasco

Scott and Cherilee Ramsey

Matt Raney

Charles and Dana Robinson

Robert and Joy Sheedy

Bridgett Soha

Jeanine Sparks

Kimberly Stephens

Janice and Peter Van Rossen

Memorials

In recognition for their years

of valued service to the college,

we remember:

Foundation board members

Floyd F. Young

Jack Tice

Faculty members

Ed Tisch

Shawn Moore

George Van Deusen

Gary Brown

Staff member

Jonathan Koehler

“As a Peninsula College alumni, it has been a pleasure and an honor to support Peninsula College and

it athletics department. The quality of the coaches and the players has been phenomenal. Peninsula

College not only attracts quality players from around the state but from around the world. As a

member of the Jamestown tribe, we know the importance of the college to the entire community. The

college exemplifies an open arms attitude to the tribe.”

Jerry Allen

Spokesperson for Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and

Generous Booster Supporter

Though we have made every effort to ensure that all donors have been properly listed, errors are always possible. We apologize for any omissions or inaccuracies; please contact the Foundation

at 360-417-6264 or at foundation@pcadmin.ctc.edu with any corrections.

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Wilder Toyota supports the drive of those

on the road to a higher education.

WILDER TOYOTA has received the Toyota President’s Award for the 7th year.

The award is given for excellence in all aspects of dealership operations,

including community partnerships

Life offers countless lessons. But for a grown-up wanting to get ahead in life, those lessons are no substitute for higher

education.

Dan Wilder knows that. He supports educational opportunities for adults through Peninsula College, which offers twoyear

technical and professional degrees, university transfer degrees and the Bachelor of Applied Science degree.

“Wilder Toyota is a family-owned dealership, and our family belief is that it’s better to give than to receive,” Wilder says.

Our support of Peninsula College is one way we can give back to the community.”

Since 1995, Wilder has been a volunteer member of the school’s Board of Trustees, serving as Chairman three times.

In addition to providing generous financial underwriting, Wilder Toyota is a major contributor to the international

scholarship program, the capital campaign for the construction of the Longhouse and the Foundation’s signature event,

American Conversations.

“Dan Wilder is passionate about the college and the students we serve,” says college President Tom Keegan. “His values

are supported by his actions and by those of his dealership. In that respect, Dan is teaching us all.”

“People in this community who have come before us, like Dan Wilder, have invested in the college and have shown us by

example that it is important to reinvest in the community, “ states Jamestown S’Kallam spokesperson, Jerry Allen. “I have

never seen a community where people come back again and again and with pride give back to their community . And

they have by their generous donations shown that the college is a great place to invest.”

A Passion for Education

This award was published in Time magazine’s August 13, 2007 issue.

Dan Wilder (right), owner of Wilder Toyota, is a major supporter of

Peninsula College, led by President Tom Keegan, and the Peninsula

College Foundation, led by Executive Director Mary Hunchberger.

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