Friday Harbor Alumni Event
On June 18, more than 20 of Evergreen’s numerous San Juan Islands resident alumni gathered in Friday Harbor for coffee, conversation, and some delicious olive oil cake at Café Demeter, the bakery and café owned by Pam Stewart '93 and faculty member Bill Arney. Later, several alumni enjoyed appetizers at Steps, the Friday Harbor restaurant owned by Patti Wickham '92, MES '94 and her son, chef Madden Surbaugh.
Paddling the Paleozoic
The inaugural Evergreen Expedition was a resounding success, with more than 15 alumni, students and family members kayaking around the San Juan Islands. Evergreen faculty member Paul Butler gave a geologic overview of the region, and led seminars about the history and geology of the islands. The kayak trip was led by brothers Clark and Jeff Casebolt '85, owners of Outdoor Odysseys in Friday Harbor.
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Evergreen Night at Safeco Field
At the 3rd Annual Evergreen Night with the Seattle Mariners & Jackie Robinson Awards Night on August 7, more than 300 Greeners came out for the Mariners game and pre-game cookout, and honored this year’s Jackie Robinson Scholarship recipients.
Jackie Robinson Scholarship winners Jean-Masse Buchanan, Farhiya Mohamed, and Tinashe Rusike, were honored with Evergreen President Les Purce and Speedy D. Geoduck on the field before the first pitch. The scholarship recognizes transfer students from Seattle Central Community College who demonstrate academic achievement and outstanding commitment to community involvement and social justice.