First Federal gives $10,000 toward Peninsula Behavioral Health's fundraiser
From left are First Federal President/CEO Larry Hueth, Peninsula Behavioral Health Development Coordinator Rebekah Miller, Peninsula Behavioral Health Executive Director Peter Casey, First Federal Regional Manager Laurie Szczepczynski and Peninsula Behavioral Health Finance Director Bill Hannan.
By Peninsula Daily News staff
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The dinner will be held at the Port Angeles CrabHouse, 221 N. Lincoln St., with a no-host bar starting at 5 p.m. and dinner at 6 p.m. May 3.
The speaker for the event will be David Razowsky, the “Guru of Improvisation” and a Second City improv group alum.
Tickets for the event are available online at www.peninsulabehavioral.org, at the Peninsula Behavioral Health business office at 118 E. Eighth Street, or at Necessities and Temptations, 217 N. Laurel St.
Peninsula Behavioral Health has been Clallam County's primary resource for mental health services for 42 years, and the current client base is about 3,400 men, women, and children, the clinic said.
This year, Peninsula Behavioral Health has set a goal of raising $35,000 to provide services for underinsured and unfunded clients.
Last modified: April 24. 2013 12:54AM