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The Associated Student Council and fellow students of Peninsula College are extending their Oso slide relief donation efforts to April 28. The efforts are being undertaken on behalf of those affected by the Oso Slide as well as those helping in the recovery.

The Peninsula College Drama Department wants YOU to be part of its Find Your Voice play festival June 6 and 7 when original plays by students and community residents will be staged in the college’s Little Theater.

PORT ANGELES - Cierra and Cherish Moss know how to win.

The Neah Bay sisters, who helped the Red Devils to North Olympic League championships and state tournament trophies, will be looking to help the Pirates add to their trophy case next season after signing NWAACC Letters of Intent to play for Peninsula.

OPAEYC recently recognized its founders and those essential to the organization's beginnings. Receiving awards are Yvette Cline, Barbara Clampett, Joy Sheedy, Marilyn Sage Walsh, Susan Lynch Richie, Tracey Hosselkus, Martha Standley, Lois Blank, and Mary Wegmann.

Do you enjoy working with people? Do you have a wide range of experiences at Peninsula College? The Peninsula College Student Ambassador Program is a leadership opportunity for students who are dedicated to serving and representing Peninsula College.

Peninsula College is celebrating Earth Week, April 14-19, with a host of events aimed at educating, entertaining and modeling environmental sustainability.

Peninsula College Pirate Basketball would like to thank everyone that came to our Spring Basketball Camp this week! We hope you had fun working with the players and coaches, learning some new skils & drills, playing games, and winning all those cool prizes! We would also like to thank the City of Port Angeles for helping us put on such a great camp. We had over 20 campers throughout the week, and we're looking forward to having even more campers in the future. We believe that basketball camp is a great way to improve your game, but it's also a great opportunity to exercise, have some fun, and meet nome new friends. In fact, we like camp so much that we have two more scheduled for this summer! We have our Summer Basketball Camp that will run June 17-20, 9am-Noon each day, and we will also be offering a brand new Total Kids Camp July 14-18! The Total Kids Camp will be mroe than just basketball, there will be soccer, tennis, camp games & challenges, and even an opportunity to learn how to create and edit movies! So mark your calendars for those dates and be on the lookout for more information about camp registration. Again, one last big THANK YOU! to all those who were at spring basketball camp. Hope to see you again soon!

Be prepared to “rumble” and cheer on some of the best soccer teams in the Pacific Northwest on Saturday, April 26, when Peninsula College hosts a Rumble in the Rainforest Soccer Exhibition Extravaganza at Sigmar Field in Port Angeles.

The deadline for submitting a script to Peninsula College’s Find Your Voice New Play Festival is being extended to Tuesday, April 8.

Two Peninsula College faculty were granted tenure at the Peninsula College Board of Trustees' meeting March 11 in Port Angeles.

Peninsula College’s Studium Generale series will present 11 programs during the 2014 spring quarter. Community members are invited to attend the weekly presentations free of charge.

Ryan Dill and Jason Trammell have been named to the 2014 All-Washington Academic Team from Peninsula College. They will be honored in a special ceremony March 27 at South Puget Sound Community College in Olympia.

Contest winners have just been named for the 2014 edition of Tidepools, Peninsula College’s art, music, and literary magazine.

PORT ANGELES – The defending NWAACC champion Pirate men’s soccer team is reloading for the 2014 season and that team will include three outstanding recruits in Trevan Estrellado and Micah Weller of Cheney, WA, and Chris Chertude of Portland, OR.

Estrellado, a 5-10 midfielder from Cheney High School, was a three-year high school starter who helped the Blackhawks win a high school state championship in 2013. He was named All-State, Second Team. He was a Washington State ODP pool player and was on the Hawaii and Idaho State ODP teams.

“We have been watching Trevan for three years now,” said Andrew Chapman, Peninsula College Head Coach and Director of Soccer. “His sister, Bri, is just finishing with our women’s team. Trevan is a quick player who is very explosive in his first few steps. He can play inside or outside midfield and has the ability to play box to box on the field.  He hits a great free kick which is something we have struggled with over the past few years.”

Weller, a 6-0 forward midfielder from Cheney High, was named First Team All-State and scored the winning goal in the 2013 state championship. He is also a Washington State ODP pool player.

“Micah is another player we have been watching for some years,” Chapman said. “He is very strong on the ball with very good speed. He is able to get up and down the field and understands his runs very well.  He can score goals while also setting his teammates up.”

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