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Thank you to everyone who joined us for this special evening! It was our pleasure to celebrate the impact of Feiro with you. With your generous support, we raised $49,525 – our highest amount yet!!

This annual fundraising event showcases the impact of the Feiro’s education and citizen science programs, and features dinner and live and silent auctions.

Sheldon ROV Camp
Over 80 young people a year learn about science, technology, engineering and math through underwater robotics programs
Giant Pacific octopus
Oceanna, a giant Pacific octopus, observes guests from her cave. Some members visit weekly to see her grown and change.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Fish on the Fence was started in 2009 by the late Paul Cronauer, a Port Angeles resident who envisioned 20,000 fish covering the fencing that surrounds the Landing Mall next to the marine life center. It has since turned into a successful annual fundraising event, arts education program and interpretive art walk.

Fish near Peabody Creek
Fish on the fence near the M/V Coho ferry dock

2017 Event details:

Speaker:
W. Ron Allen, CEO and Chair of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe
The Future of Feiro and Economic Development on the North Olympic Peninsula

As the Tribal Chairman, (serving 1977-present), Ron Allen is responsible for representing the Tribe as the elected leader and for addressing political and policy issues and/or positions at the national, state and local levels. As the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) (serving 1982-present), he is also responsible for the executive administration of all the Tribe’s programs including education, career development, social services, housing, health, economic development, natural resource management, and cultural/traditional affairs.

As Tribal Chairman/CEO, he is responsible for leading the Tribe from a zero resource base in 1982 to a current annual budget level of over $80 million; and from a landless reservation base in 1982 to a land base of over 1,200 acres without federal assistance. Additionally, he has led the Tribe to establish business enterprises including Seven Cedars Casino, The Cedars Golf Course, Northwest Native Expressions Art Gallery, JKT Development, and Jamestown Health & Medical Supplies.

Logistics:
Saturday February 11, 2017
5:00pm

Naval Elks Lodge
131 E First St
Port Angeles, WA

Tickets $75.00 pp

*The Fair Market Value of the equivalent experience has been calculated at $45, meaning you may deduct up to $30 for each ticket as your individual situation allows.

Award: The second annual Feiro Family Scholarship Award will be presented at the gala.

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