9:00 at the Port Angeles Pier
In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness month this race and silent victim vigil will take place at the Port Angeles City Pier along the Waterfront Discovery trail. The race will be an out and back, starting and ending at the pier. All proceeds support Healthy Families of Clallam County, providing services and support to victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. This is a family friendly event. All runners and walkers, strollers, kids, dogs on leashes are welcome. There will be family pricing for families of 3 or more who register together. The Waterfront Discovery Trail is family and pet friendly. There will be medals for the children and refreshments.
$10 – kids 10 – 17 years old
$45 – family of 3
$50 – family of 4
$55 – family of 5 or more
Thank You Port Angeles for a Successful Pink-Up Port Angeles Campaign!
Once again, the citizens and businesses of Port Angeles demonstrated their generosity by supporting Operation Uplift through the Pink-Up Campaign. For the past several years, the community has come together to support this event. The City Council recognized this effort by declaring that for one week, Port Angeles would be called “Pink Angeles.”
Through generous donations, Operation Uplift (OU) will be able to continue to offer services to cancer victims and survivors in our city and county. For the past 12 years, Soroptimist International of Port Angeles, Noon Club (SIPA), has advocated for OU through a variety of fund raising activities. This past summer they sponsored a bake sale, golf tournament and quilt raffle. In addition, they solicited donations from many members of this community. As a result of these efforts, $12,000 was raised for Operation Uplift.
Operation Uplift has been a continuous resource for this community since it began in 1983. This donation will be used to assist individuals and families as they battle all types of cancer. Operation Uplift offers free breast health clinics, limited financial support, 24 hours per day telephone support, and supplies for cancer survivors. All funds raised will be used within Clallam County. The organization is managed by a volunteer Board, there are no paid employees. You can contact OU by phone, 360 457-5141 or online at www.operationuplift.org.
Thanks to the more than 67 sponsors of Pink-Up this year, to SIPA for your tireless work and to Linda deBord, for your vision that began the Pink-Up effort. Because of this support, Operation Uplift will be able to continue to offer support to the citizens of our community.
Thank You! Pink Up Sponsors 2017
AIRPORT Garden Center Al & May Rayner, All Weather Heating & Cooling, Angeles Collision and Repair, Angeles Machine Works, APS Electrical, At Your Finger Tips. Barb Cammack. Beth & Gary Velie, Bruch and Bruch Construction, D&K Painting, Del Hur Inc, EZ Pawn Inc, Farmers Insurance, First Federal, Frank & Marg Clemmens, Fryer Insurance Agency, Gellor Insurance, Glass Services Co., Green Crow Timber LLC, Irwin Dental Center, Jackie Schwagler, Jiffy Cleaners, Jim & Terry MacDonald, Jim's Pharmacy, Joe and Jennifer Holcomb, Just Beyoutiful Hair and Nails, Karen Sistek Studio, Lazy J Tree Farm, Lena Washke, Accounting Svcs., Linda & Jim deBord, Lindberg & Smith Architects, Little Mount Grooming, Lloyd and Carol Eisenman, Lori Taylor, Margi Petersen-Pruss, Mac Ruddell Community Fund, Mt. Pleasant Village, Naval Elk's Lodge, Olympic Party & Custodial, Olympic Peninsula Title, Olympic Stained Glass, Olympic Stationers Inc., Optometry, Frame and Eye, Pen Print, Pacific Office Equipment, Peninsula Daily News, Peninsula Transmission, Inc., Port Angeles Realty, Properties by Landmark, Randy's Auto Sales Motorsports, Rex & Sandy Springer, Rudy's Automotive, Sandy Ruddell, Rita Rudder, Sound Community Bank, Strait View Credit Union, Tim & Donna Thompson, Tom and Ida McKeown, Tracy's Insulation Inc, Waters West, Wild Branch Gardens, Wilder Auto Center, Melene Wilhelm, Windermere Real Estate, Terri Wood, Zenovic and Associates
Thanks to Bunny Rudder for her generous donation of quilts for raffles during the past three years of Pink Up. This year the raffle resulted in more than $1800.00 for Operation Uplift.