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Save the Dates

P2P Support Group

 

Coffee & Conversations

10 am - noon

 

June 7, 2018

Youth Room @ HTLC, 301 Lopez Ave., PA

 

  

Mom's (Dad's Too!) Night Out

Fridays: 5 pm - 7 pm

  

June 22, 2018

Mariner Cafe, 609 W Washington St, Sequim

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Clallam Mosaic
301 Lopez Ave

Port Angeles, WA 98362

360.681.8642

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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.

"Mosaic Moments”

From the Director’s Desk

November 2017

Fall is a busy time for Clallam Mosaic. With fall term classes in full swing, our annual fundraising gala just over and the holidays quickly arriving, we are looking ahead to 2018 and what we can do to deliver the best services possible to our community. We are very grateful to the Benjamin N. Phillips Fund and the Albert Haller Foundation for providing much needed funding for 2018!

 

As many of you know, we have had some staff & board member changes, so here is an update on who is who:

 

  • Instructors (current responsibilities): Anna Andersen (theater), Annette Berlin (art), Emma Easton (rec & fitness), Dodie French (literacy, rec & life skills), Greta Hanson (art), Bev Nelson (fitness), Bonne Smith (theater), George Will (art & life skills)
  • Community Coaches: Anna Andersen, Greta Hanson, John Mulloy, Bev Nelson, Tresa Stuber, George Will
  • Community Access Coordinator: Tresa Stuber (360.681.8642)
  • Program Coordinator: Katelynne McDaniels (360.797.3602)
  • Parent to Parent Coordinator: Shawnda Hicks (360.406.1215)
  • Executive Director: Priya Jayadev

 

  • Board Members (roles): Randy Brackett (President), Bob Grattan (VP), Karla Richardson (Secretary), Sandy Voelz (Treasurer), Mary Jane Duncan, Tiffany Malean

 

If you have any questions about the organization, these folks are the ones to contact!

 

Moving on to our gala: We had an amazing evening on October 14th with over 220 in attendance. We managed to raise approximately $28,000 and it is because of the folks listed below:

 

  • Fundraising team: Dena Schneider, Mary Jane Duncan, Bob Grattan, Tiffany Malean, Catherine McKinney, Lisa Petrisin Connolly, Karla Richardson (a special call-out to Karla since her name accidently did not make it onto the program), Tresa Stuber, Sandy Voelz, Beth Walker

 

  • Volunteers: Annie Horner, Daniel Harris, Elena Turrey, Elisa Simonsen, Emily Loucks, Emma Hines, Greg Horner, Hannah Hines, Hollee Schnabel, Jessica Richards, Katie Vogel, Kellie Anderson, Kerry Dewey, Klara A. Murray, Laura Reaves, Maya Turrey, Micheala Vogel, Noelani Rediger, Rachel Rutledge, Rui Starrett, Sheena Zahn, Stephanie McFadden, Tammy Harris, Traci Waknitz

 

  • Event Sponsor: First Security Bank

 

  • Individual Donors: Ann Renker, Catharine Foxlee, Cindy Rogers, Clara Duncan, Dena & Eric Schneider, George Stuber, John Burkheimer, Kami @ Amara Spa, Karla Richardson, Kathy Schreiner, Kelley Ann @ Bloomin Nails, Laura Brackett, Megan Lyke, Meghan Ellis Fillmore Marquez, Peggy Thompson, Sally Cays, Sandy Voelz, Seth Wanderly, Thomas Green, Wendy Merrill

 

  • Business Donors: A1 Auto Parts, Airport Garden Center, Angeles Millworks, Anime' Kat, Anytime Fitness, Applebees, Athlete's Choice, Baja Cantina, Bar N9NE, Bedford's Soda, Ben's Bikes, Big 5 Sporting Goods, Bike Garage, Birds of a Feather Farm, Black Ball Transport, Bliss Salon Co. & Apparel, Blissie's Bonetique, Bloomin' Nails and Hair Salon, Blue Whole Gallery, Bonita's Pet Supply, Boys & Girls Club, Brown's Outdoor, Captain T's Custom Stuff, Chestnut Cottage, Cock-a-Doodle Doughnuts, Coho Ferry, Common Grounds Café, Country Aire Natural Foods, Dominos-Sequim, Drakes U-Bake Pizza & Subs, Electric Beach Salon, Evergreen Meats, Express Framing, EZ Pawn, First Street Haven Restaurant, Fitness West, Fresh Wok, Frugals, Full Moon Candle, Gateway Games & Hobby, Glamorous Salon, Grocery Outlet, Hair by Chris Glas, Hardy's Market, Hurricane Hills Winery, JCPenny, Jiffy Lube, Jolie Salon, Jose's Famous Salsa House! Restaurant, Kitty B Farm, Kokopelli Grill, Koto Teriyaki & Sushi, L D Woodfire Grill, Mad Maggie Boutique, Mariners Café, Mark'd Body Art, Masonic Lodge-Port Angeles, Mother Nature Touch, Necessities and Temptations, New Day Eatery, New Moon Craft Tavern, Odyssey Bookshop, Olympic Laundry, Olympic Signs, Olympic Stained Glass, Olympic Stationers, Olympic View Inn, Pacific Rim Hobby, Paradise Restaurant, Patricia's Pets, Pen Print, Phoenix Dragon Martial Arts & Fitness, Pondicherri, Port Angeles Symphony, Sandy's Kitchen, Sassy Kat Salon & Boutique, Sawadee Thai Cuisine, Serenity House Thrift Store, Sergios Hacienda, Shear Elegance, Solar City, Sound Bikes & Kayaks, Strait Music, Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Club, Sunset Do It Best Hardware, Swain's General Store, That Takes the Cake, The Baby Store, The Bag Ladies of Sequim, The Cracked Bean Coffee Co., The Metta Room, Wayne's Nursery, West Coast Sea Glass, Wilder Toyota, William Shore Memorial Pool, Woodfire Grill, YMCA of Sequim

 

During the evening we also had a number of donors step forward with dollars to support purchase of program supplies, sponsor participants, classes, field trips and/or Parent to Parent. A big thank you to these donors:

 

  • Billy Snodgrass, Bob Pasco, Doug Severe, Eric & Dena Schneider, Garrett Lotzgesell, George Will, Geri Zanon, Giles & Jeanette Mougel, Jay Jayadev, Jean Hordyk, Jen Mackey, John Halket, Joy Morrill, Karen Larson, Kim Yacklin, Lillian Larson, Lisa Petrisin Connolly, Marjorie Mougel, Marlene Kadel, Marsha Welch, Michelle Grinnell, Mike Chapman, Rachel McKay, Randy & Laura Brackett, Ruth Brandt, Sandra Holbrook, Sue Shawgo, Tami Rose, Teresa Lotzgesell, Teri Kirsch, Tom & Missy Rief

 

And, speaking of programs… The Fall Term of day programs is going well. A few things to be aware of:

 

  • The Theater Intensive class holds its mini-performance on Thursday, November 16th. The show will start around 12 pm at the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church’s Fellowship Hall (301 Lopez Ave, Port Angeles). Everyone is welcome to come watch the performance and stay for a bit of social time afterwards.

 

  • There are only 2 more dances left in 2017! The Thanksgiving dance will be from 1 pm to 3 pm on November 11th.  The Holiday Dance will happen on December 16. Starting a little earlier (noon), the December dance will include Parent to Parent families in the festivities and hopefully host a visit from a very special holiday guest. Information will be posted on our website (www.clallammosaic.org) and flyers will go out soon, so keep your eyes open for more details!

 

Finally, a few more things brewing on the Parent to Parent front:

 

  • Conversation with the DD Ombudsman: Nov 15, 12 pm @ HTLC’S Fellowship Hall (301 Lopez Ave, PA). If you would like to have a voice in developmental disability rights, please come and join the conversation.

 

  • Family Friendly Parent’s Night Out – an opportunity to enjoy some downtime with parents going through similar parenting concerns – third Friday’s of the month at 5 pm:
    • November 17: Sergio’s, Port Angeles (205 E. 8th St)
    • December 15: Baja Cantina, Sequim (531 W. Washington St)
    • February 16: Brown Bear Diner, Sequim (1471 E. Washington St)

 

  • Parent’s Night Out (21 & Older only)
    • January 19, 5 pm: Midtown Public House (21, Port Angeles (633 E 1st St)

 

  • Sensory Friendly Movie Showings at Deer Park Cinemas (96 Deer Park Ln, Port Angeles)
    • Coco – Wednesday, November 29 @ 3 pm
    • Ferdinand – Wednesday, December 20 @ 2 pm

 

  • Coffee Chats are currently on hiatus but will resume again in 2018!

 

So that’s the roundup for now. We thank all of you for your continued support of Clallam Mosaic and we hope that you will join us for many of our upcoming programs and activities. As always, do not hesitate to contact us (info@clallammosaic.org, 360.681.8642) to share thoughts, ideas and/or concerns.

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