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Beagles in need get help from Gig Harbor rock band


Doug Kammerer, a founding member of The Flock of Beagles band, uses his love for music to raise money for the Seattle Beagle Rescue at a Gig Harbor performance.
Stephanie Lile, executive director of the Harbor History Museum, shows baskets from the estate of Glenn Sutt. The collection includes 90 baskets.
Gig Harbor resident Mike Rice started the Puget Sound Sailing Institute 32 years ago. Since then, four of its sailors have won Outstanding Instructor of the Year from the American Sailing Association, including Rice who earned the honor for the eighth time in 2016.
Organizers Karen Ramirez and Wendy Wojtanowicz talk about Peninsula High School’s Prom Boutique.
Key Pen Parks Executive Director Scott Gallacher gives a tour of the construction on Phase One of Gateway Park in Key Peninsula.
Gig Harbor 16-year-old and Tides sophomore Tatum Benson recently qualified for youth nationals in Olympic weightlifting in Atlanta in June.
A new song mash-up from Peninsula High School senior Lexy Haug has the school’s show choir — specifically the girls of the choir — showing off their vocal skills.
Dan Stromstad and Dennis Johnson have been friends for more than 35 years. Woodturning has brought them closer together.
The newest program from the Harbor History Museum brought sparks flying as history came alive for museum guests on Saturday. Doyle Lewellen, a volunteer on the Shenandoah restoration project, showed his tools, several personally crafted, and gave a demonstration of blacksmithing methods.
Former Peninsula High School wrestler Daryan Hanshew trains six days a week at Gig Harbor MMA while chasing a dream of perhaps one day becoming a professional mixed martial arts fighter.
Gig Harbor City Council member Rahna Lovrovich talks about why there won’t be new salmon eggs placed in Donkey Creek this year and the effects the decision will have on the creek and the community.
Sights and sounds from Saturday night’s boat parade in Gig Harbor.
Gig Harbor residents Sandy Rose, 76, and George Eckhoff, 103, never expected to get married a second time. But then fate intervened and they just couldn’ t say no.
Owner Tim Olson talks about 9Round, a kickbox gym that recently opened in Gig Harbor, and the benefits of kickboxing-based fitness.
Christine Erikson talks about qualifying for the United States Dressage Finals in Lexington, Ky. While preparing for her qualifying event, Erikson was diagnosed with breast cancer and is currently undergoing treatment. Erikson hopes to raise enough money to go to Kentucky to complete her dream and compete in the championships.
Aerial Fitness class instructor Pamella Inveen talks about teaching her students how to use one’s legs, core and arms to climb in the course of a workout.

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