PEOPLE: Granger gold

• During this year’s Washington State Grange Convention in Ocean Shores, members of Ohop Grange who won awards include Eileen Johnson in baking and candy (best in class and first place), Sigrud Strand in quilting (best of show and firsr place), Janet Lee and Jewell Nelson (blue ribbons in the lecture contest), Louise Wockerle (best of cladss/toy truck), and Debra Wince (Outstanding Subordinate Grange CFL Award, one of 10 statewide).
Next for Ohop Grangers: Manning booths at the Pierce County Fair in Graham Aug. 10-12 and the Washington State Fair in Puyallup in September.

• Western Washington University student Breann Elsie Henley, daughter of George and Kimberly Henley of Eatonville, has received the $1,000 Settlemyer Scholarship in business and economics for the 2017-18 academic year.
Henley graduated from Eatonville High School in 2016 and is a freshman at Western Washington, where she is planning to major in management. She is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.  
The Settlemyer Scholarship is awarded to students with a declared major within Western's College of Business and Economics.

• John Henricks II, who moved his family to Eatonville last year "because we love this community," now has some extra roots as a member of the town's Airport Commission.
He was appointed in June by Mayor Mike Schaub to the panel that advises town officials on issues involving Swanson Field, a general-aviation airfield.
Henricks is a private pilot and works for a wood products company in Randle.


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