Readers’ Choice: GraysHarborTalk’s Most-Read Stories in September

GraysHarborTalk published a host of unique, positive stories about the community in the month of September. Scroll through the top three most-read stories from the month below and be sure to check out the Editor’s Pick – one of our favorite reads this month.

1. ER Nurses at Grays Harbor Community Hospital

Grays Harbor Community Hospital ER Nurses have to be able to prioritize, multi-task, think on their feet, and remain calm in chaotic circumstances. Photo courtesy: Grays Harbor Community Hospital.

Readers loved learning about the talented team who stay cool in a crisis in this story about Grays Harbor Community hospital’s ER Nurses. You hope you never need them, but they are always there when you do.

2. Sucher and Sons Star Wars Shop

Owner and die-hard Star Wars enthusiast Don Sucher brings a warm personality and lifelong love of fun to his business. Photo courtesy of Sucher and Sons Star Wars Shop.

This local icon has something for every generation of Star Wars fan and a trip to the Harbor wouldn’t be complete without a stop. This article about Don Sucher’s 20+ year old shop shares the history and future of the store and captivated readers in September.

3. Grays Harbor Chapter Back Country Horsemen of Washington

This photo shows one of several crossings on the beautiful and wild West Fork Humptulips River Trail. Photo courtesy: Grays Harbor Chapter Back Country Horsemen of Washington.

This unique volunteer group works together to maintain and repair local trails accessible for hikers and equestrians alike. This story shares their trail work on the West Fork Humptulips Trail as well as a commitment to Leave-No-Trace methods in the wilderness.

4. Phyllis Shaughnessy’s Green Lantern Lunches

Each weekday morning in the summer Phyllis Shaughnessy loads over 100 sack lunches in her car to distribute to North Beach children. Photo courtesy: Green Lantern Lunches.

We sincerely admire and appreciate the dedication and compassion Phyllis shows to her community through the Green Lantern Lunches program. Learn more about how Phyllis feeds hungry children throughout the summer in this inspiring article. 

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