Leadership Skagit

Connect, Inspire, Lead

Leadership Skagit

Connect, Inspire, Lead

Leadership Skagit

Connect, Inspire, Lead

The Pharmacy Technician program prepares students for the role of support personnel in the hospital, clinical, home health care agencies, mail-order and retail pharmacies. Working under the direction of a licensed pharmacist, Pharmacy Technicians provide assistance to the pharmacist in a variety of tasks involving the packaging, distribution, compounding, labeling, and recording of drugs.

2018 Leadership Skagit Applications

Visit our How to Apply page for forms and information

For more information, please contact:
Kathryn Bennett
Executive Director
[email protected]
360.395.8727

Celebrate Skagit Audio Tour

Team “Celebrate Skagit” released an audio tour of the Skagit Valley. This audio tour features local history, geology, tourism, and culture of the Skagit Valley all tied to the scenic Highway 20 corridor. The Skagit County Historical Museum partnered on this project. Team members include Ron Feld/Skagit County Mediation Services, Millie Fosberg/Whidbey Island Bank, Alan Muia/Skagit Valley College, Katie Philbrick/Preview Properties, Peggy Taylor/Island Hospital, and Margie Wilson/Skagitonians to Preserve Farmland. This team was coached by Jon Aarstad.

Welcome

Introduction to the Celebrate Skagit audio files.

Overview of the Skagit Valley

Discover the geological past & early human history of the Skagit Valley.

Newhalem

The role of Seattle City Light, Ross Dam & Diablo
Lake in providing opportunities for employment & recreation.

Marblemount

Marblemount’s colorful past from the days of the Gold Rush to the present.

Rockport

The influences of the early Native American people & the coming of the railroad shaped this town on
the Skagit River.

Concrete & Birdsview

Learn about the rough & tumble days when gold seekers, miners, loggers, & sternwheelers plied
the rivers.

Hamilton & Lyman

Navigation of the Skagit River was blocked by a huge log jam. The pioneers were a determined lot & would give in to nature.

Sedro-Woolley

The Gateway to the North Cascades, where logging was king for decades.

Burlington

The boomtown days are not over for this community. It is the retail hub of the Skagit Valley.

Mount Vernon

Today this city is the Valley’s hub of commerce. Surprisingly this wasn’t the settlement – find out why.

Conway

Unique environmental conditions proved ideal for farming the river delta. Protecting farming & farmland for future generations is important to residents
of the Skagit Valley.

La Conner

Visitors seeking a quiet village atmosphere, excellent restaurants & boutiques along the waterfront enjoy this former village year-round.

Bay View

From logging to digging miles of dikes by hand, this is the story of a town that grew up overnight & then returned to a quiet rural community.

Anacortes

This western most section of the North Cascades Highway offers parks, scenic views & a thriving port.

Deception Pass

Deception Pass features great views of bays, lakes, islands & mountains. Young men from the Civil Conservation Corps built Deception State park & its many trails.

Closing Comments

We hope you enjoyed listening to Celebrate Skagit Audio Tour! 

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