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Have you ever taken a class at Peninsula College? If you haven’t, chances are someone close

to you has. Each year, we serve more than 7,000 people through a variety of credit and

noncredit courses in Port Angeles, Forks, Port Townsend, Sequim, Clallam Bay, Quilcene,

and other sites on the Olympic Peninsula.

Individuals who enroll in these courses do so for a

variety of reasons. Some are seeking training that will

help prepare them for their first career. Others are looking

for new career opportunities. Many are taking transfer

courses so they can earn B.A. or B.S. degrees, while

others need help with basic reading, writing, and language

skills. Still others come to Peninsula College to

take courses simply for the love of learning or to participate

in our many cultural events and activities.

But whatever your reason for coming, Peninsula

College provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere

and an environment devoted to helping you reach your

goals and realize your dreams. Our highly trained faculty and staff work together to ensure that

we remain student centered and that the teaching and learning process remains at the

center of all we do.

Our

Mission

And each year, new partnerships and initiatives further enhance Peninsula

College’s ability to serve our local communities and provide even more

possibilities for higher education opportunities right here on the peninsula.

Peninsula College

strives to meet the lifelong

learning needs and

interests of a diverse community

by —

Offering quality educational opportunities

that foster academic, professional, occupational,

and personal growth;

Encouraging cultural enrichment;

and

Providing an environment

centered on student

success.

—Adopted by the

Peninsula College

Board of Trustees

December 13,

1994

As you read through our annual report, you’ll sense the spirit

of excitement and vibrancy that permeates Peninsula College

and our dedication to learning and teaching, attributes

that are the hallmarks of Peninsula College in our

fifth decade of service.

As we look to the future, we are grateful

for your support. And we invite you to join us in

building an even better, brighter future for Peninsula

College and the peninsula.

Dr. Thomas Keegan, President,

Peninsula College

Dr. Mary Wegmann, President,

Peninsula College Foundation

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Strategic Goals

Peninsula College’s Strategic Goals form the core of the college’s Strategic Plan, which articulates

the college’s vision for the future and helps to ensure the connection between resource allocation

and strategic initiatives. We do so by —

Providing a comprehensive program of instruction that supports transfer, professional/ technical,

basic and developmental skills, and continuing education learning opportunities for all residents

of the North Olympic Peninsula.

Providing comprehensive student support services that facilitate student success.

Providing administrative services that support teaching and learning.

Promoting an awareness and respect for diversity.

Promoting cultural enrichment for the college and community.

Fostering partnerships that support the needs of the community.

Our Guiding Principles

The college community is guided by the following guiding principles:

The teaching/learning process is at the center of the mission of Peninsula College.

Members of the campus community will treat each other with mutual respect and dignity.

Members of the campus community will be open and honest in their communications.

Members of the campus community will promote a positive work environment and avoid

adversarial relationships.

Each member of the campus community shall act ethically and with integrity.

The campus will engage in collaborative decision-making processes.

Strengthening Community Connections

Partnering with community organizations and other institutions of higher education has resulted in

several new initiatives that are keeping learning and teaching at the center of Peninsula College’s efforts.

This past year, we strengthened our community connections in several important ways. We:

Established the Applied Environmental Technologies Center of Excellence by working in collaboration

with several local entities, including the Clallam County Economic Development Council and private

businesses. The Center provides education, training, and hands-on research/internship opportunities

for students, entry-level workers, and professionals in three industry clusters. The areas include Natural

Resources Management, the application of Biotechnology across disciplines,

and the Marine Trades.

The local community donated $100,000, which was matched by $100,000

through the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges.

Collaborated with the North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center and Business

Incubator Network to provide training programs for young people, the

work force, and growing local businesses. College-level programs currently

being taught at the Skills Center include Video Production and Medical

Assistant courses.

Partnered with the Workforce Development Council to provide services to

expand the use of technology in the Medical Assistant Program and to

provide training as part of the WorkSource Affiliate Site.

Continued to work with the Museum and Arts Center of Sequim-Dungeness

Valley to present classes on Olympic Peninsula History.

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Building Higher Education Linkages

Peninsula College is collaborating with several four-year colleges and universities to

provide opportunities for local residents to earn bachelor degrees on the peninsula.

“At

Peninsula

College, student

success is . . .our

mission, and we know

that our faculty have the potential

to not only change lives,

but to empower men and

women to become

more than they

think they can

possibly

be.”

Our collaborations include:

Western Washington University. A new partnership with Western

Washington University’s award-winning Huxley College of the

Environment allows peninsula residents to earn their B.A and

B.S. degrees on the Peninsula College campus without

having to leave the area or face long commutes to

Bellingham. The program will commence with

the start of the 2004 fall quarter. It is also

possible to earn a bachelor’s degree in education.

City University. Olympic Peninsula residents can

earn a bachelor’s degree in education.

University of Washington—Bothell. Individuals can earn

a bachelor’s degree in nursing.

Washington State University. Residents can earn 11 different

degrees via distance learning.

East Jefferson Education Consortium. Individuals can pursue a variety

of degree opportunities through the 12 universities and educational organizations

that have partnered with Peninsula College in this consortium. The partnering

entities, in addition to Peninsula College, include Centrum Center for the Arts,

Chapman University Bangor Campus, City University, Port Townsend Marine Science

Center, Southern Illinois University Program in Workforce Education and Development offered

at Bangor, University of Washington, Washington State University, and Western Washington

University.

Changing Lives Through Teaching

At Peninsula College, student success is more than just a

buzzword or a nice sounding catch phrase. It’s our mission, and

we know that our faculty have the potential to not only change

lives, but to empower men and women to become more than they

think they can possibly be. This past year we enhanced our already

strong teaching faculty when we:

Conducted searches for eight faculty tenure-track positions in

Biology, Computer Education, English, History, Mathematics,

Nursing, and Spanish Life and Culture and for two faculty

directors for the Applied Environmental Technologies Center of

Excellence.

Granted tenure to Mathematics Instructor Randy Anderson.

Dedicated funds to add four new tenure-track positions in 2005.

Implemented a Professional Development fund for faculty to

support scholarly activity.

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Making a Strong College Curriculum Even Stronger

This past year, Peninsula College enhanced a strong curriculum by making several important changes.

We:

Started a new Directed Studies curriculum by offering a

course on the Native Arts of the Coastal Pacific Northwest

during the 2004 spring quarter.

Provided students an opportunity to get “real world” anthropological

experience in our video-based Cultural Anthropology

course by partnering with Olympic National Park on

research projects with park personnel. The projects were

centered around the peninsula’s Native American tribes.

Developed a new course, Special Topics in Tropical Biology,

for fall 2004. The course includes a twenty-three day trip to

Costa Rica to study rainforest habitats and work on research projects with professional ecologists,

zoologists, botanists, and microbiologists.

Added a Marketing Associate of Applied Science degree in our Business Administration Program.

Created eleven Associate of Applied Science-Transfer options.

Expanded our former Health Care Assistant Program into a four-quarter Medical Assistant Program.

Revised our Multimedia Program to include graphic design and web design options.

Established a degree articulation agreement between Peninsula College’s Surveying/Geomatics

Technology Program and the Oregon Institute of Technology’s bachelor’s degree in Geomatics.

Offered more night classes to meet the needs of working students.

Supporting Our Students

At Peninsula College we believe student support is critical to success, whether it be in the classroom, in

the counseling we provide, or in the athletic arena. This year, we enhanced our student support services

when we:

Opened a new Student Services Center that incorporates all of our student services under one roof,

creating a one-stop center for students who are coming to our campus for the first time or returning.

Offices and services include Admissions, Registration, Financial Aid, Student Development (counseling),

International Student Office, Career Services, expanded testing facilities, and a Learning Center focusing

on providing instructional support services in writing and tutoring.

Secured a TRIO Dissemination Grant that uses best practices modeled by other TRIO programs to equip

first-generation and low-income students

with the tools and skills necessary to promote

academic success.

Supported our athletics program and

celebrated our winning Pirates mens’

basketball team, which captured first place

in the Northwest Athletic Association of

Community Colleges Northern Division

and third overall in the NWAACC Tournament.

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Student Success

Our greatest successes are found in the personal

stories of growth and achievement of our students, and

each story is as different as the person telling it. People

choose Peninsula College for many reasons. Discover a

few of them below, and maybe they will inspire you or

someone you know to take the plunge and come to

Peninsula College to fulfill a dream, get a new start on

life, or just get started on a life path.

Rebekah Gentry and Justin Martens (right) are members

of the All-Washington Academic Team and were

awarded scholarships by Key Bank. Gentry will be graduating

from Peninsula College with honors this spring.

Martens will also graduate from PC this spring. He is the first member of his family to receive a college

degree. Both plan to continue their educations this fall and earn their baccalaureate degrees.

Shani Funkhouser of Port Townsend is a single working mother with two children who returned to

college through the WorkFirst program. During the past year, she has been an educational aide in

ABE in Port Townsend and also the site’s book-sales person. She will graduate this June and

plans to transfer to Central Washington University this fall to earn her B.A.

Alumnus Meagan Shea is a former Running Start student who earned her A.A.

degree at Peninsula College. She will graduate from Western Washington

University in March of 2005 and plans to pursue a master’s degree in

Student Personnel Administration and work in higher education

student services.

“Our

greatest

successes are found

in the personal stories

of growth and achievement

of our students, and each story

is as different as the person

telling it. People choose

Peninsula College

for many

reasons.”

Shirley Marchbanks has wanted to earn a college degree for

several years, but never had the opportunity to do so

until recently. Now, in her seventies, that dream is

closer to becoming a reality. She has only a few

courses left to take, and she’s determined to

finish.

Alumnus Angela Cisneros (below) first came to Peninsula

College to take English as a Second Language courses and

earn her GED. When she accomplished these goals, she enrolled

in our Administrative Office Systems program and earned an A.A.S.

degree. Today, she is working in her chosen field with the Northwest

Eye Surgeons in Sequim.

Alumnus Michael DeVoney got his start here at Peninsula College and went

on to earn a B.S. from

Bastyr University, an M.S.

from Clayton College of

Natural Health, and an M.S.

from Phoenix Institute of Herbal

Medicine and Acupuncture. Today, he

and his wife Heather Horne, who is also a

PC alum, own their own successful business

in Port Angeles.

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Celebrating the Arts

Peninsula College actively supports the arts both on and off campus because we believe

that an understanding and appreciation of the arts is an essential component of a liberal

education and that the individual who appreciates the arts is a better world citizen.

To this end, during the 2003-2004 academic year, we:

Supported the debut of an original musical in two acts by college staff

member Patty McManus. The play, The Red Stone, was backed by

the Associated Student Council and was performed in the

college’s Little Theater during March 2004.

Presented an all-student production of Eve Ensler’s

The Vagina Monologues in observance of V-Day

and donated $5,000 to the Healthy Families of

Clallam County from the revenues the production

earned. More than 600 community members saw the

play over a three-night run, which was made possible by

the 75-plus volunteers who donated in excess of 12,000 hours

of personal time to ensure that the production was a success. In

presenting this play, Peninsula College joined an elite group: We were

one of only three community colleges in the state to stage the play, one of

15 colleges in Washington state, and one of 602 colleges worldwide.

Collaborated with the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center in its observance of the 100 th

Anniversary of the center’s founder, Esther Barrows Webster, by hosting a satellite

exhibition of her work in the college Art Gallery.

Sponsored the return of the Sunday Afternoon Chamber Music Concert Series by the Peninsula

Chamber Players after an absence of several years.

Celebrated the college’s fourth Writer-in-Residence program with a three-day residence by Debra

Magpie Earling, a member of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribes of the Flathead Indian Reservation.

Supported our Peninsula College Music Department on a concert trip to perform with the Vancouver

Symphony Orchestra in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Observed the Thirtieth Anniversaries of Studium Generale and Foothills Writers Series with a special

celebration.

Celebrated the Fortieth Anniversary of Tidepools, the college’s literary journal.

“We were

one of only three

community colleges

in the state to stage the

play, one of 15 colleges

in Washington state,

and one of 602

colleges

worldwide.”

Ensuring Our Future Through

Planning and Funding

Peninsula College actively seeks alternative

funding to help support new initiatives

and sustain existing programming. During the

2003-2004 academic year we:

Received a 2003-2005 biennial appropriation

of $1.4 million from the State Capital budget.

This will fund Phase One of a new Cultural

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Center for the college. It also provided the college’s share of the funding for the North Olympic Skills

Center; allowed for miscellaneous capital repairs; and funded the predesign for a new

Science and Technology Building, which the campus hopes to begin construction on

in 2005.

“Our

expanding

sites in Forks

and Port Townsend

demonstrate our commitment

to helping all

of the residents of the

Olympic Peninsula

to reach their full

potential.”

Requested $35 million in the statewide 2005-2007 Capital Budget. The request

would fund construction of the new Science and Technology Building,

which is currently in the state’s funding queue. If approved, the

request would also fund the design and construction of a major

library renovation and addition and provide funds for Phase

Two of the planned Cultural Center as well as local

repairs for the campus.

Extension Sites

Peninsula College is dedicated to providing comprehensive

services to everyone in its service district. Our

expanding sites in Forks and Port Townsend demonstrate our

commitment to helping all of the residents of the Olympic

Peninsula to reach their full potential. A few examples of the many

ways we serve the western and eastern most reaches of our district

include:

Forks Extension Site

Offering classes in Neah Bay via Interactive Television.

Offering conversational Spanish in combination with ESL instruction.

Co-locating a Work Source Employment Security Office onsite.

Partnering with the University of Washington Virtual Museum Project by locating a project

manager onsite.

Making it possible to earn an Associate of Arts degree without leaving Forks.

Port Townsend Extension Site

Expanding our business classes for transfer students and community business people.

Founding the Water Street Writers series, a

once-a-month literary reading, open to all

members of the community.

Offering classes in Brinnon.

Tapping community residents to offer a

wide variety of Adult Special Interest

classes.

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FOUNDATION HIGHLIGHTS, 2003

The role of Peninsula College in the communities that it serves is truly profound. Providing for the

educational needs and goals of individual students, actively partnering with business and industry leaders,

providing targeted training for an ever-changing regional workforce, and bringing culturally enriching

events and experiences to the community are just a few of

the ways that this role is achieved.

The board and staff of the Peninsula College Foundation

take great pride in their work of advancing the mission and

impact of the college. Helping to make quality educational

opportunities available to all who would seek them is our

primary goal. This is accomplished in several ways, with

scholarship support being perhaps the most direct.

Other important means to this end include providing

funds for capital projects and for classroom equipment and

technology; encouraging and supporting faculty in becoming

the best that they can be for their students; and connecting

generous contributors with worthwhile programs and cultural events that enrich not only the college

curriculum but the life and vitality of our communities as well. This important and often life-changing

work in our community is what the Peninsula College Foundation is all about.

Student Support

Many individuals and organizations contribute to scholarship funds that assist students in nearly every

course of study offered at the college. Some of our scholarship recipients this year include:

Community Healthcare

Initiative Scholars

Kim McQuoid

Jeremiah Shearer

Summer Northern

First Federal Savings & Loan

Academic Excellence Scholars

John Gibson

Ashley Reis

Roman Pastukhov

Friberg English Studies Scholar

Cristina Schumacher

Friberg General Academic Scholar

Chris Reed

Frances “Jo” Leary Nursing Scholar

Teresa Babboni

Doug Gilleland Automotive

Technology Scholars

Timothy Morris

John Summers

John and Laura Hook Academic

Incentive Award Scholar

Donna Strean

James V. Jacobs Memorial

Survey/Geomatics Scholars

Richard Angelo

Dina Shepherd

Gregory Bivins

Bill Vernon

Jamie Rawlinson

Jessica Wagner

John’s Scholars

Teresa Babboni

Melanie Deno

Pirate Booster Athletic Scholarships

These provided support to 35 student athletes during the 2003-2004 academic year, across the four

intercollegiate sports of Men’s Soccer, Men’s and Women’s Basketball, and Women’s Softball.

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Curriculum Enrichment

Foundation Grants for equipment and support for special programs enhanced the quality and diversity

of the educational experience at Peninsula College again this year. We are pleased to have supported the

following programs and projects.

Foundation Grants were awarded to:

Ashland Shakespeare Festival Performance on campus

The Elders Tell Their Stories, Video Oral History Project

Faces of America Diversity Awareness Presentation

Shakespeare Video Collection Purchase

The Writer-in-Residence Program

The Peninsula College Writer-in-Residence program was

launched in 1999, inspired by a generous gift from Gunnar

and Frances Fagerlund. Now in its fourth year, the program

continues through the generosity of others as well, others

whose commitment to supporting creativity in the literary

arts inspires us once again. In 2003 the program welcomed

Robert Michael Pyle (right), award-winning natural history

writer, poet, and ecologist, to the college and community for

a delightful series of workshops, readings, and events.

The program continued in 2004 with award-winning

author Debra Magpie Earling. Earling’s stories have appeared

in Ploughshares, Northeast Indian Quarterly, and in

numerous anthologies. Her first novel, Perma Red, won

critical acclaim nationally.

Facilities

Five capital projects were identified in 2003 for which the

Foundation is currently seeking private or corporate support.

These projects are significant components of the campus

master plan, and it is our hope that they will resonate with

the interests, passions, and aspirations of our generous contributors. We invite you to consider a gift that

will enrich our college and community, now and far into the future. Naming and memorial opprotunities

exist in all areas. Please contact the Foundation for more information.

Arboretum and Wetlands Interpretive Trail

Art and Exhibit Gallery Enhancements

Science and Computer Lab Equipment

Theater Facility and Program Upgrades

Northwest Cultural and Art Center

Assets

FINANCIAL STATEMENT

Balance Sheet, December 31, 2003

Fund Balances

Cash or Equivalents $160,920.44 Unrestricted Funds $135,301.52

Investments $902,062.56 Temporarily Restricted $143,000.72

Permanently Restricted $784,680.76

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Total Assets $1,062,983.00 Total Funds $1,062,983.00


Anonymous

First Federal Savings and Loan (5)

Anonymous

Suzanne and Ron Anderson (4)

Clark Land Office PLLC

Coca-Cola Enterprises Bottling

Eagles Aerie #483 (5)

Susan Feiro (7)

Forks ThriftyMart (3)

Jim’s Pharmacy (3)

The President’s Circle

( ) Years of Membership

Honor Council $5,000 or more

Mrs. Benjamin N. Phillips (5)

Cliff and Bee Swain Family Foundation

with Dick & Glenda Cable (6)

Members $1,000 to $4,999

Arnold Friberg (7)

Dr. Thomas and Suzanne Keegan (3)

Brown Maloney (7)

Karen McCormick

Pili Meyer (4)

Lily T. Newton (2)

Olypen, Inc.

Bert and Martha Paul (5)

Jean Sigmar (6)

Sodexho

S. Brooke and Diane Taylor (6)

Qwest Foundation

Wilder Auto Center (6)

Virginia Mason North Olympic

Peninsula

Dan and Sally Wilder (5)

Floyd and Rosalyn Young (4)

Dr. Cheryl and Philip Young (5)

Jack and Jennifer Zaccardo

Benefactor

Gifts totaling $500 to $999

John and Amanda Beitzel

Michael and Gail Frick

Mark and Patty Hannah

Bruce Hattendorf

Beverly Jacobs

Lucent Technologies Foundation (3)*

Surveyors Assoc. of Washington

John and Mary Wegmann

Dean’s List

Gifts totaling $250 to $499

John Begley

John and Ann Brewer

Buddy and Myrtle Brock

Jim and Barbara Cammack

Reba Cornett

John David Crow

Del DelaBarre

James M. Daniel

John and Becky Doherty

Charles and Janet Drysdale

Dennis and Dorothy Duncan

Carl and Robin Gay

Randy and Jennifer Gray

Tony and Carol Griffith

Richard and Camille Headrick

Jeff and Debbie Hinds

Mike and Janet Jones

Bill and Carol Knebes

Keith and Adine Kretschmer

Steve and Julie Lange

Martha Lindsay

Chuck and Cynthia Madison

Leroy and Lorraine Martin

Michael and Lynn McAleer

Bruce and Teri McComas

Michael and Kerry McCool

Paul and Rochelle McHugh

Dick and Carol McLean

Helen Miller

Wayne Miller

Will and Carolyn Muller

Jerry Nichols

North Peninsula Building Assoc.

Jay and Mary O’Neil-Garrett

Don and Diane Peterson

Jon Purnell

Dick and Alice Rapasky

Karen and Jim Rogers

James and Linda Owings

Rosenburgh

Francis and Lydia Saunders

Tim and Michelle Smith

John and Anne-Marie Summers

Steve Tharinger and Yvonne

Yokota

Fred and Jean Thompson

Rob and Cindy Tulloch

Charles and Darlene Whitney

Dan and Jodi Wilder

George Wood

Dr. Chul-Hee and Kay You

Honor Roll

Gifts totaling $100 to $249

Anonymous

Sam and Martha Baker

Penny Beane

Carl Bergstrom

Marta Brooks

Bonnie and Fred Cauffman

Florence Chamberlain

Barbara Clampett

Ron Crawford

Mike Daniel

Mike and Paula Doherty

Bill and Michelle Eaton

Barbara and Scott Ewing

Mim Foley

Julie Gardiner

Robert Gellatly

Jen Gouge

Todd Holm

Jack Huls

Phil and Kathy Langston

Connie Lawrence

Lorraine Maris

Barbara Martin

Virginia McFrederick

David and Judith Morris

Hilary and Gerald Morris

Peggy M. Norris

Maitland Peet

Maria Peña

Mauricio Peña

Frank and Margaret Voyles Platt

Rick Ross

Bette D. Schueler

Mary Schuneman

Steve and Jill Snyder

John Stewart

Kevin Tracy

Norma Turner

Betty Wendel

James Williams

Rosemary Wood

Generous Contributors

Friends

Gifts totaling up to $99

Evelyn Boyd

Robbin Eaves

Cornelis and Cecilia Eckerson

David Estrem

Henry Hughes

Wilma Lambert

E. John and Helen Maier

Steve Olson

Peninsula College Christian Club

Paul and Florence Peet

Trisha Plute

Wayne Rush

Dona Smasal

Ed Tisch

Phyllis Van Holland

Libby Wagner

Shellie Whittaker

Memorials

In memory of Karen Bailey

JoAnne Hughes

Carolyn Muir

In memory of Liz Brown

Jackie Jardine-Moore

In memory of Buffy Cortese

Jann Gardner

In memory of James V. Jacobs

JLS Group, Inc.

Dan and Gwendolyn Kousbaugh

Susan Lundstedt

North Puget Sound Land Surveyors

Wengler Surveying and Mapping

Zenovic & Associates, Inc.

In memory of Irma Lindsay

Jann Gardner

In memory of Ethel Looff

JoAnne Hughes

In memory of Joan Lucas

E. John and Helen Maier

Donald and Phyllis Thompson

In memory of William Lucas

Jann Gardner

In memory of Margaret Ray

JoAnne Hughes

In memory of Frederick Rosmond

George and Olive Anderson

Paul and Betty Cornaby

Jann Gardner

Jane G. Hughes

Richard and Lois Meyer

Norma Richardson

Floyd and Rosalyn Young

Pirate Booster Club

( ) Years of membership

Gold $1000

Port Angeles Distributing Co. (7)

Ruddell Auto Mall (5)

Seven Cedars Casino (6)

Wilder Auto Center (3)

Black $600

Angeles Machine Works (6)

Nippon Paper Industries (3)

formerly Daishowa America

Delhur Industries, Inc. (7)

Mt. Pleasant IGS and Texaco (7)

Star Video (7)

Swain Family Foundation (2)

Booster

Abram Family

Keith Barnett

Carl Bergstrom

Kent and Rosemary Brauninger (2)

Jim Cheney

Rick Elder (2)

First Federal Savings & Loan (2)

Floerchinger Family (2)

Curt and Bev Jacobson

Rosalie Kaune

Tom and Sue Keegan (2)

Jonathan Koehler (2)

Irvin Francis Kyle

Phil and Kathy Langston

James Lunt (3)

McCrorie Carpet One

Kathy Murphy-Carey (5)

Maitland Peet (2)

Peninsula College Christian Club

Manny Perez

Ralston Family (3)

T. A. & Joan Reichardt (3)

Gary Ross (2)

Rick and Tedi Ross (3)

John Stewart

Larry Wallace

Sharon and Winston Wallace

* Corporate matching gift

Gifts received January 1 to

December 31, 2003

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Peninsula College

Foundation

Board of Governors

President

Dr. Mary Wegmann

President-Elect

Dr. Mark Hannah

Immed. Past President

Mr. S. Brooke Taylor, Esq.

Secretary

Mr. Carl Lloyd Gay, Esq.

Treasurer

Ms. Karen McCormick

Ms. Suzanne Anderson

Ms. Toni Aspin

Mr. John Begley

Ms. Barbara Cammack

Mr. Del DelaBarre

Mr. John Doherty, Esq.

Ms. Susan Feiro

Mr. Jim Grabicki

Mr. Chuck Madison (alt.)

Mr. Brown M. Maloney

Ms. Lorraine Martin

Ms. Pili Meyer

Ms. Christy Mitchell

Dr. Ed Murphy

Mr. Jerry Nichols

Mr. Bert Paul

Ms. Karen Rogers

Ms. Vicci Rudin

Mr. Homer Smith

Hon. George Wood

Mr. Floyd Young

Ms. Jennifer Zaccardo

Ex officio members

Ms. Jen Gouge

Dr. Thomas Keegan

Ms. Barbara Martin

Mr. Dan Wilder

Executive Director

Mr. Maitland Peet

Foundation Events

American Conversations

Mark your calendar for October

6 and 7, 2004, when American

Conversations presents

Mountain Gorilla expert and

conservationist Amy Vedder.

The Sixth Annual American

Conversations, featuring Marlin

Fitzwater, former White House

Press Secretary to Presidents

Reagan and George Herbert

Walker Bush, was generously

sponsored by:

Forks Thrifty Mart

Jim’s Pharmacy

Bill and Esther Littlejohn

Dick and Glenda Cable and The

Swain Family Foundation

Wilder Auto Center

East – West Conversation

Our second East - West Conversation,

Thursday, May 6, 2004, featured Korean

expert Wonmo Dong, PhD, who spoke on

the relationship between the two Koreas

and the United States and the evolving

nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula. The

evening was generously sponsored by:

Phillip Che, The Golden Gate Restaurant

Program Assistant

Ms. Amy Anselmo

1502 East Lauridsen Blvd.

Port Angeles, WA 98362

(360) 417-6535

www.pc.ctc.edu/about/foundation

1502 East Lauridsen Blvd.

Port Angeles, WA 98362

(360) 452-9277 • www.pc.ctc.edu

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