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COMMUNITY

Empowering people with developmental disabilities for a more viable community.

OUR MISSION

To enrich, encourage & empower people with developmental disabilities.

OUR VISION

An inclusive community working together to enhance the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities..

Save the Dates

 Windows of Creativity

Art Exhibit

Exhibition Dates: April 8 – 29

Landing Mall

115 E Railroad Ave, Port Angeles

 

 

P2P Hosted Presentation

Speaker: Kim Ortloff

"Supporting Facilitated Communication"

April 15, 2017, 11 am - 1 pm

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

301 Lopez Ave, Port Angeles

 

 

P2P Support Group

Coffee & Conversations

April 24, 2017

May 8, 2017

June 12, 2017

July 10, 2017

Corrected Time: 10 am - 11:30 am

Hi-Way 101 Diner

392 W. Washington St, Sequim

 

 

P2P Support Group

Mom's (& Dad's Too!) Night Out, 5 pm

May 20, 2017

Baja Cantina, 531 W Washington St, Sequim

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June 24, 2017

Sergio's, 205 E 8th St, Port Angeles

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July 22, 2017

Dynasty Restaurant, 380 E. Washington St, Sequim

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August 19, 2017

Tendy's Garden, 920 E 1st St, Port Angeles

 

 

A Midsummer Forest

Snappy Players Theatrical Production

May 25 & 26, 7 pm

Olympic Theatre Arts

414 N Sequim Ave, Sequim

 

 

 

Bob Cup 2017

Golf Tournament to benefit Clallam Mosaic

July 29, 2017

Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course

1965 Woodcock Rd, Sequim

For more information, go to News, Events & Resources or P2P page

Clallam Night to Shine 2017

With funding from the Tim Tebow Foundation, host church Hillcrest Baptist partnered with 4 area groups (Camp Beausite NW, Clallam Mosaic, The Crossing Church & Wilderness Escapes) to make Night to Shine happen in Port Angeles on February 10, 2017. Olympic Peaks Camera Club members (Jim Hagen, Barbara Lippert, Tim O'Neil, Ardythe Wendt, Celene Wendt) captured some of the highlights of the evening.

Spring Term 2017 Class Schedule & Registration Materials Now Available

For inquires or registration payments:

Clallam Mosaic
301 Lopez Ave

Port Angeles, WA 98362

360.681.8642

To make a donation go to Square Marketplace

Parent to Parent Clallam County

The Clallam County Chapter of Parent to Parent has many resources available to families and caregivers of individuals with special needs.

Visual tours of the heart of Clallam Mosaic

"Mosaic Moments”

"A Mosaic of Dreams”

From the Director’s Desk

March 2017

Wow - what an amazing beginning we have had to 2017! The flurry of activities leading up to the February 10th Night to Shine prom showed how Clallam Mosaic staff and volunteers could work effectively with regional partners to pull off an unforgettable event for 72 individuals in our community with developmental disabilities! (check out pictures and video from Clallam NTS at www.clallamosaic.org) We would like to thank Hillcrest Baptist Church for their foresight in securing funding from the Tim Tebow Foundation for this event. We are also thankful to many others:

 

  • Planning partners: The Crossing Church, Camp Beausite NW & Wilderness Escapes
  • Local Funders: Hillcrest Baptist congregation members, Kiwanis Club of PA, Jayme Wisecup
  • In-kind Donors: barbecue (PA), Beautiful You Make-up, Bliss Salon Co. & Apparel, Budget/Heckman Motors, Common Grounds Café, Domino’s Pizza, Elwha Klallam Heritage Training Center, Gordy’s Pizza, Janet Caruth, Lucky Star Consignment, Olympic Paper and Janitorial, Olympic Peaks Photo Club, Red Lion Hotel, ROTC (PAHS), Safeway, Shirley’s Restaurant, SkinCare Suites Spa & Steam, Smith Productions, Snow Ghost Digital, Spotlight Tan and Apparel, United Way of Clallam County, Westside Pizza, YMCA of the Olympic Peninsula
  • The 188 volunteers key to pulling off the amazing evening!

We hope to repeat the event again in February 2018, so if you missed it this time, make sure to keep it in mind for next year. But, first, there are a few things to look forward to in 2017:

 

  • Parent to Parent (P2P)
    • March 11, 5-7 pm: Parent’s Night Out @ Sergio’s, Port Angeles
    • March 20, 9-10:30 am: Coffee Chat @ New Day Eatery
    • March 25, 11 am-noon: VIMO Dental & Counseling Services presentation @ Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
    • Additional P2P Coffee Chats and Parents Night Out are in the planning, keep an eye on www.clallammosaic.org/P2P for up-to-date information.

 

  • Day Programs
    • Spring Term: April 3 – June 22
    • Summer Sessions: July 17 – August 24
    • Fall Term: September 11 – December 14
    • To stay up to date on programs, you can go to www.clallammosaic.org/Classes

 

  • “Windows of Creativity” Art Exhibit showcasing the work of our participants over the past year: Opening 2-4 pm April 8 with refreshments; show runs from April 8 through 29 at the Landing Mall’s First Floor Open Space (115 E Railroad Ave, Port Angeles)

 

  • Snappy Player’s “A Mid-Summer Forest” Theater Performances: May 25 & 26 @ Olympic Theatre Arts (414 N Sequim Ave, Sequim)

 

  • Monthly Dances: March 11, April 8, May 20, June 10, July 8, August 12, September 16, October 14, November 11, December 9 @ the Sons of Norway’s Scandia Hall (131 W. 5th St., Port Angeles)

 

Finally, a reminder that Clallam Mosaic is one of the local providers of Community Guide & Engagement and Peer Mentoring services. When you work with your DDA caseworker, be sure to ask about how you may be able to tap into these services. If you are eligible, please contact us to get started on accessing services and activities in the community.

 

As always, if you have ideas for improving our activities, for increasing our impact or for anything else, please get in touch with us at info@clallammosaic.org.

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2016 Tour of Italy Gala

Clallam Mosaic's gala fundraiser took place on October 15, 2016. Despite the threat of a “storm of the century” we had ~200 individuals come and enjoy a wonderful evening of dinner, auctions, performances, dancing and more! The funds raised from this event will go directly towards support of day programs for individuals with developmental disabilities as well as towards support network activities for family & caregivers. Thanks to all those who made the evening possible!

Gala Thank You's

Entertainment

Participant Performers

Ruth Brandt

David Dow

Ricky Ewing

Jonathan Hill

Kim Holbrook

Art Karjola

Jeff Korver

Becky Lancaster

Jody Markham

Joy Morrill

Marjorie Mougel

Jeremy Reyes

Michael Rief

Harvey Reise

Ursula Schletter

Alicia Stuber

Robbie Thompson

Merry Winch

Blake Yacklin

 

Staff Musical Directors

Anna Andersen

Dodie French

Tresa Stuber

 

Strings Performers

Amelie Atwater

Meiqi Liang

Grayson Mahany

Karson Nicpon

Brianna Yacklin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Individual Donors

Chelea Alwine, Gary & Laura Andersen, Diane Bloodworth, Russ & Wendy Bonham, Laura Brackett, Charles & Jacque Brandt, Michael & Amy Bratton, Keith & Susan Brown, Irene Dow, Mary Jane Duncan, Richard & Claudia Fox, Mr. & Mrs. Froomer, Crissy Gelderd, Joe Gladfelter, Peggy Green, Thomas Green, Bob Groff, Megan Haskett, Suzanne Hayden, Sandy Holbrook, Steven Holmes, Jay Jayadev, Carol Johnston, Ruth Lancaster, Barbara Lippert, Dagny Lord, Dave & Jean Luebbert, Carolyn McAndie, Jen Mackey, Connie & David Michener, Kat Napiontek, Molly Oman, John & Lisa Petrisin, Michael Rief, Tom & Missy Rief, Cindy Rogers, Peggy Romero, Lotus Rose, Tom & Jacque Schaafsma, Eric & Dena Schneider, Nathan & Mary Schneider, Bonne Smith, Lisa Sparhawk, Emma Swanson, Chris Van Santen, Sandy Voelz, April Watkins, Brett & Kim Yacklin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Business Donors

Adagio Bean & Leaf, Alley Cat Boutique, Andreyka’s Plumbing & Water Treatment, Applebee’s, The Bag Ladies of Sequim, Ben’s Bikes, Birds of a Feather, Bliss Salon Co. & Apparel, Brown’s Outdoor, Carpet Barn, The Cedars at Dungeness, Cherry Hill Florist & Gift, Chestnut Cottage Restaurant, Cold Stone Creamery, Cole’s Jewelers, Common Grounds Café, Country Aire Natural Foods, Domino’s Pizza, Drake’s U-Bake Pizza & Subs, Dungeness Kids Co., Enviro-Clean Northwest, E-Z Pawn Inc., Family Chiropractic Center, Fieldnotes, First Street Haven Restaurant, Full Moon Candle Co., H20 Waterfront Bistro, Hair Solutions, Hurricane Hills Winery, InSpired!, Iron Apparel, Jack in the Box, Kokopelli Grill, Koto Teriyaki, Lee Shore Boats, Le Plume Boutique, Leitz Farms Inc, Michael's Seafood & Steakhouse, Mariner’s Café, Mark’d Body Art, Moon Palace, New Day Eatery, New Moon Craft Tavern, North Olympic Discovery Marathon, Oak Table Café, Olympic Cellars Winery, Olympic Distributing Co., Over the Fence, Panacea Spa, Patricia’s Pet Shop, Phoenix Dragon Martial Arts & Fitness, Pondicherri West, Port Angeles Baby Store, Red Lion, Port Angeles, Sandy’s Kitchen Shop, Sassy Kat Hair Salon & Clothing Boutique (Janee), Sergio’s Family Mexican Restaurant, Shear Elegance Haircut & Products, Stage Right Vintage Outfitters, Subway, Sunny Farms Store, Sunny Farms Supplements, Swain’s General Store, Taco Time NW, Tacoma Rainiers Baseball Team, Westside Pizza, William Shore Memorial Pool

Execution & Delivery

Fundraising Committee

Mary Jane Duncan

Bob Grattan

Lisa Petrisin-Connolly

Dena Schneider

Tresa Stuber

Sandy Voelz

 

Key Box Hosts

Aubrey Best

Morgan Carious

Izzy Fazio

Mckenna Kelbel

Emily Loucks

Hannah McDowell

Sara Minty

Karla Najera

Noelani R

Ricky Talbot

Katie Vogel

Michaela Vogel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bob Cup Tournament

Pictures on our Facebook Page

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Parent/Caregiver Network

For more information about the housing initiative, check out the Home & Good Life Committee's web page (www.4housingcm.org/) or send an email to 4housing@clallammosaic.org

 

 

More than 65 million people, 29% of the U.S. population, provide care for a chronically ill, disabled or aged family member or friend during any given year and spend an average of 20 hours per week providing care for their loved one.

-- Caregiving in the United States; National Alliance for Caregiving in collaboration with AARP; November 2009

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