From left: Fishin’ Club treasurer and most recent Hometown Hero Pam Kniseley, ACE Hardware employee Ken Price, Bree DAigneault, Fishin’ Club director of Hospitality and ACE employee Tom Rider, Club President Kevin Lungren. Photo by Mary Jane Lungren

Coupeville grad receives Fishin’ scholarship

  • Tuesday, September 19, 2017 1:31pm
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WHIDBEY FISHIN’ CLUB gave a scholarship to 2017 Coupeville High School grad BREE DAIGNEAULT. She will attend Western Washington University this fall.

The Fishin’ Club tries to support Whidbey High School grads who are pursuing marine/fisheries biology, or outdoor journalism in college. Daigneault plans to study marine biology at Western.

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