South Kitsap Rotary donates $6,500 to SKHS marching band

Representatives of the South Kitsap High School marching band accept a $6,500 donation from the Rotary Club of South Kitsap at the organization’s Aug. 29 meeting. Photo: Rotary Club of South Kitsap photo

PORT ORCHARD — The Rotary Club of South Kitsap has donated $6,500 to the South Kitsap High School marching band program.

The donation was presented by present and past club presidents Mark Trenary and J. Chris Bock, and fundraising committee chairman David Jones, to band representatives at the club’s regular Tuesday luncheon meeting Aug. 29 at Puerto Vallarta restaurant in Port Orchard.

The funds raised represent proceeds from the club’s annual March Bay Street Bash event.

The Rotary Club of South Kitsap also announced the date for the fifth-annual wine tasting fundraiser for the Kurt Wagner Memorial Education Fund, which is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 9. Tickets can be ordered by visiting the South Kitsap Rotary home page at

More in News

Former Gov. Spellman dies at 91

Spellman was Washington’s 18th governor

Capital Budget clears Senate Ways & Means Committee

Funding for numerous Kitsap projects on the line

Former Poulsbo mayoral candidate files application for appointment to City Council

POULSBO — Deadline for applications for appointment to Poulsbo City Council Position… Continue reading

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1964, the year he received the Nobel Peace Prize. (Public domain)
Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

Federal holiday; schools, banks and government offices are closed in observance

North Kitsap Fire & Rescue firefighters had contained a stump pile fire near Hansville around noon, but reported that the fire was “stubborn,” so firefighters would likely be on scene throughout the day.
Busy day for Poulsbo, North Kitsap firefighters

House fire in Lemolo, stump pile fire near Hansville

County’s permitting process is online soon

PORT ORCHARD — Kitsap County’s Department of Community Development is transitioning to… Continue reading

Fathoms contestants get Toastmasters’ feedback

PORT ORCHARD — Contestants for the 2018 Fathoms O’ Fun royalty court… Continue reading

Tony Hillman, 39, is the newest Bremerton City Council member. (Courtesy photo)
Hillman appointed District 4 Bremerton City Council member

BREMERTON — Tony Hillman, controller for Habitat for Humanity, was appointed Jan.… Continue reading

Miss Poulsbo 2017 Caroline Atkins crowns Natalia Tucker as Holly Rouse looks on.
                                Jesse Beals/Olympic Photo Group
Titleholders’ priorities: Mentoring and empowerment

Miss Poulsbo, Miss Kitsap, Miss Silverdale win scholarships and commit to a year of service

Most Read