Port Angeles, Washington
Port Angeles lies at the foot of the green, forested Olympic Mountains, on the shoreline of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Olympic National Park extends into the city limits along Hurricane Ridge Road and covers hundreds of thousands of acres in the mountains to the south. With 18,397 people living in its limits, it is the major seaport of the Olympic Penninsula.
On June 19, 1862, President Abraham Lincoln ordered the establishment of a lighthouse and military reserve, which brought about the settlement of Port Angeles.
Soroptimist International of Port Angeles, Noon Club
We are Soroptimist International of Port Angeles, The Noon Club (SIPA) with 35 members was chartered in February 1944 (SIPA History). It is a club dedicated to community service and it has always accepted responsibility for its share of many civic projects with financial contributions and active support.
When women help other women, amazing things happen! Our clubs and members breathe life into education and empowerment programs and truly come together to make a difference for women and girls worldwide. We have 37 members who meet the first three Fridays of the month at Joshua’s Restaurant at noon, visitors are always welcome. We often have programs presented by leaders of the Port Angeles and Clallam County communities. These are interesting and informative and stimulate much discussion. Visitors are always welcome at our meetings.