Hay wagon at the Lavender Festival

Sorry to the gentleman who missed the hay wagon (“Letters to the Editor: ‘The end of lavender?’,” Sequim Gazette, July 30, page A-10).

Sorry to the gentleman who missed the hay wagon (“Letters to the Editor: ‘The end of lavender?’,” Sequim Gazette, July 30, page A-10).

A special thanks to Ed Leitz of Leitz Farm Store in Port Angeles for donating two tractors, one for display and one to pull the hay trailer. Thanks to Mel Hendrickson for donating the trailer and Clallam Co-op and Dave Bekkevar for the hay. Thank you, Steve Berg for driving the tractor and arranging for other drivers and for your friend Patrick who made the rails for the sides.

A special thanks to Art Thomas for heading up the parking and to all the volunteers who helped with that. Thanks you Blake’s (Tile and Stone) for letting us use that lot. All donations collected went to support the Shipley Senior Center.

Emily Westcott

Sequim

 

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