Sequim were named to Central Washington University's honor roll for spring quarter 2009.
They are: Tyson James Dailey, Stephen J. Eaton and Rondale Kirsten West.
Central undergraduate students who earn a 3.50 or better grade-point average with at least 12 graded credit hours qualify for the school's honor roll.
River center offers summer camps
The Dungeness Audubon River Center (2151 W. Hendrickson Road) is home to a series of summer science camps for boys and girls of ages 8-11.
Youths survey Railroad Bridge Park and investigate the Dungeness River's wide variety of plants, animals and insects. They also learn about floodplains, ecology, geology, river dynamics and the railroad bridge.
The goal, camp organizers say, is help youths understand and enjoy the natural world through a variety of hands-on activities that include science investigations, games, arts, crafts, hikes, water play and a bicycle journey.
Remaining summer camp dates are: July 20-22, Aug. 3-5 and Aug. 17-19.
Enrollment is limited to 20 campers per session.
For more information,
call 681-4076 or see www.
EWU dean's list
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Sequim was named to Eastern Washington University's dean's list for spring quarter 2009.
To qualify for the list, an undergraduate student must earn 12 "quality hours" and receive a grade-point average of 3.50 or better. Office of Alan Millet 12, Ambrosia 11.
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