OUTDOORS: United Way Hike-a-Thon benefit begins July 1

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Hike-a-Thon by United Way benefit set July 1

PORT ANGELES — Enjoy the great outdoors and raise funds to support United Way of Clallam County during this summer’s annual Hike-a-Thon from July 1-Aug. 2.

Entries are $40 for adults and include a T-shirt and vinyl sticker; $20 for children or pets with bandana and vinyl sticker, or $100 for a family with two T-shirts, two bandanas and four vinyl stickers.

Register at https://tinyurl.com/PDN-HikeUnited24 before July 1.

Each Monday during the Hike-a-Thon a hiking challenge will be announced via email and through a private Facebook group. There’s no requirement to join the Facebook group.

Take photos of yourself during the challenge and share to the group or email katie@unitedwayclallam.org.

Participants who complete all five challenges and will receive a Hike United medal.

Grand prizes will be presented for the most hikes completed, most miles hiked and most elevation gained.

Sponsors also are sought.

For more information, contact Jaycie Wakefield at jaycie@unitedwayclallam.org or call 360-457-3011.

WNBA salutes champs

SEATTLE — State championship-winning girls high school basketball teams, including the Class 1B Neah Bay Red Devils, will be celebrated at Climate Pledge Arena on Tuesday.

The WNBA’s Seattle Storm play their 7 p.m. contest against the Los Angeles Sparks.

Tickets are $30 and can be purchased at https://tinyurl.com/PDN-WIAAChampsNight24.

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