ESU Seattle Branch Photo Gallery

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2016 ESU Shakespeare Contest

Over a dozen schools participated, bringing to life monologues and sonnets from the Bard. The third place winner was Lizzy Noble from Roosevelt High School; second place was Kari Hustad from S. Whidbey Island, and the first place winner was Jack Steiner from Olympia. Note that two of the winners were from the northernmost and southernmost schools in the competition! The audience was treated to catered refreshments during the judges' intermission. This turned into a lively social occasion, allowing time for long conversations with contestants, their teachers, and families. Folks were informed about our new Twitter account (@esu_seattle), where they can send photos from the Competition! I also announced our April 30th "Celebrate the Bard" event, and was delighted to see people picking up flyers. Kudos to branch members who worked so hard on the 2016 Competition: Susan Wilson (chair), Mary Mohler, Eli Kirkpatrick, Clint Miller, Jim Smith, Donna Smith, Irene Tregear (who served again as a judge), and Marlene Holbrook.

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2015 Shakespeare Contest

Held March 1st at Frye Art Museum. 1st place Miranda Levine of Kentlake High School (teacher David Moore); 2nd place Nikeesha Gooding of Oak Harbor High School (teacher Charles Smothermon); 3rd place Jack Steiner of Olympia High School (teacher Kathy Dorgan)

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2014 Garden Party

Held at Sahalee Country Club on August 10th. Lovely weather, a great venue and fantastic food. An wonderful time was had by all.

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2014 Shakespeare Contest

Participants and judges of 2014 contest. Annika Summers, David RIchards and Abbey Carter

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ESU-US Annual General Meeting Patron's Party - October 2013

Held at Diocesan House, Seattle.

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2013 Shakespeare Competition

Participants, winner and judges of this years competition.

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Evelyn Wrench Speaker 2011

Adrian Tinniswood, speaker:
Author of "England's Barbary Wars."
4/11/2011

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Garden Party

The coveted Best Hat Award

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Shakespeare Competition

Photos from our Shakespeare competition over the years.

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2015 Garden Party

Our summer garden party at the lovely home of James and Sherry Raisbeck. Sunny day, fancy hats, good food and fine company. A success all around.

  

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