Horses Cut Shop presents a Northwest Timber Revival on the grounds of the historic Polson Museum in Hoquiam, Washington on Saturday, August, 30th. This day-long, free to the public event features
Central WA University’s Law & Justice bachelors degree program begins at GHC Fall Quarter. The Bachelor of Arts degree in Law and Justice will prepare students for employment
Current college and graduate school students, living in Grays Harbor County are encouraged to seek financial assistance for their education by applying for the E. K. and Lillian F. Bishop
The Aberdeen Police Department, working with the Grays Harbor Coroners Office, has completed the investigation into the death of Steven Hyde. Police Captain John Green tells us the manner
Come along on the next EDventure presented by Grays Harbor College Continuing Education January 25th, 9 am to 4:30 pm; to Raymond and South Bend, Washington. Join us as we look
The Grays Harbor College will host a College Goal Washington event on January 16th, to provide expert help to students as they fill out their Free Application for Federal Student Aid forms.
Grays Harbor College hosts the annual College Transfer Fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday (Jan 16) in the HUB on the main campus in Aberdeen. Representatives from 17 regional colleges
Auditions for two children’s parts in the upcoming Grays Harbor College production of “Les Miserables” are slated for Monday afternoon, December 9, beginning at 4 p.m. at the Bishop Center.
Tryouts for the children’s roles of Gavroche and young Cozette will be taking place on Monday.
Adult cast tryouts are scheduled for Tuesday, December 10, at 7 p.m., and Thursday, December 12, at 4 p.m., both in the Music Pavilion on the main campus.
Seven performances of “Les Miserables” are planned at the Bishop Center the first two weeks of March.
ABERDEEN, Wash. - As the holiday season approaches, members of the Grays Harbor College Human Services Club are enthusiastically “practicing what has been preached” to them as they plan and produce the club’s eighth annual Toy Drive for children of GHC students.
“Many students rely on financial aid and Work Study in order to make ends meet while attending school,” said club president Tirzah Taylor. “By holding a Toy Drive, we are able to help those in need while also supporting our fellow students.”
This year’s Toy Drive Fundraising chairman, Sam Miller, explained, “Being a college student is hard work; being a parent is hard work. Being a parent and a college student is courageous. Anytime we can do something to make a holiday more special for someone who is working that hard to help themselves and their family, we will. We hope that we get a lot of toys for kids this year and that this tradition continues for years to come.”