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WE ARE IN SEARCH OF ANOTHER BOARD MEMBER!! If you are interested, please email Kees Kolff.  


Kees Kolff, President

KeesKees and his wife Helen have been residents in Port Townsend since 1997. Kees graduated from Harvard with an MD and a Master's of Public Health. He served 2 years with the US Public Health service in Puerto Rico as an epidemiologist and then completed training in Pediatrics at the University of Washington.  For 17 years Kees was medical director of the SeaMar Community Health Centers, serving Hispanics, migrant and seasonal farm workers, refugees and other mostly low-income populations in Western Washington.


Since moving to Port Townsned Kees has served as president of Jefferson Land Trust, on City Council, and as Mayor. Most recently he was chair of the Jefferson County/Port Townsend Climate Action Committee and helped develop the newly adopted Climate Action Plan. He recently helped create and chair the newly formed East Jefferson Biomass Committee of the local Sierra Club. Kees and Helen co-founded and live in the Port Townsend EcoVillage,They live in smaller than average homes and share many resources like a shop, tools, gas cars, an electric car and a large community garden. They host workshops, have a small CSA, and welcome guests and new members. Kees is currently building a new "super-insulated" energy efficient home. The mission of the ReCyclery fits in perfectly with the sustainability goals shared by Kees, Helen, and their fellow EcoVillage.




Sarah Doyle, Secretary and Treasurer

SarahA Baltimore, Maryland native, Sarah grew up in an urban city that had poor infrastructure for bicyclists and a separation from the natural world. Through adventures in the wilderness, Sarah developed an intense desire to protect the natural world around her. She followed her passions to college, where she received a B.A. degree in Environmental Studies with a minor in Biology and spent a semester abroad, studying at the University of Cape Town in South Africa. Sarah is currently the Stewardship Coordinator at the North Olympic Salmon Coalition, a non-profit salmon habitat restoration group based out of Port Hadlock. She coordinates tree plantings, writes grants and conducts scientific monitoring at restoration sites.


Sarah began frequenting the ReCyclery because she was attracted to the vibrant community that supports the organization as well as the wonderful volunteers and staff that exude energy and passion about bicycling. She is excited for the future of this organization and the future of bicycle ridership in Jefferson County. Sarah is hopeful that the work we do will inspire the next generation of bicyclists riding for everyday transportation in our town.



Calvin Leckenby
CalvinWith a history of alternative nature-focused education, drawing and graphic design, mingled with a love for nature, the seasons, being outdoors and laughing out loud, Calvin Leckenby takes bicycling very seriously. In 2009 Calvin built his first fixed gear bicycle with The Recyclery at the age of 12. He’s since used his talents in graphic design to raise funds for the non-profit by designing and selling bike-themed holiday cards and greeting cards. Now, as a high-school student, Calvin plays soccer, the cello, babysits and rides on the mountain bike team, “The Killer Whales.”

Calvin appreciates living lightly on the earth – recycling, using body power and minimal lifestyles, small mobile home design, and innovative personal approaches to solving the world’s sustainability issues. He brings these hopes, experiences and gifts to his first position in community sustainability as a youth representative to The Recyclery board of directors.


  Zach Gayne, VP

ZachZach is no longer new to Port Townsend, moving from Seattle more than a year ago, where he became committed to bicycle transportation and recreation as a lifestyle.  While in in the big city, he  earned a Masters of Education from Islandwood and the University of Washington.  In Seattle he worked for Tilth, managing a small farm access and training program.  He also spent some of his free time volunteering at Bike Works, which is a model for building community and educating youth about bicycle transportation.  Zach delights in re-using and re-purposing neglected bicycles and most anything else that might be headed for the landfill.  He strongly believes that bicycle transportation can allow one to form stronger connections with their human and natural communities, thereby inspiring stewardship, wonder, good health, and joy. Swing by the ReCyclery and you might have the pleasure to see Zach wrenching on bikes.



Sam Feinson


Nikki Russel


Henry Feldman






Thanks so much to our past board members:

Karen Obermeyer

Tim Eaton

Richard Dandridge 


Board Volunteer Tracking.pdf

The ReCyclery: 501c3 Non-Profit - Promoting bicycle use for a healthier and more sustainable community 
1925 Blaine St. Port Townsend, WA   360.643.1755



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