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On Friday afternoon, July 4, at the James Center for the Performing Arts, the Sequim City Band performed one of the most joyous, fun-filled, Independence Day concerts I’ve ever heard in my long life.
I am writing to express my appreciation for your recent column “Fact? Fiction? Fabrication” that appeared in the Sequim Gazette on July 2. I hope that many readers pay heed to it.
Our special thanks to $125, $250 and $500 Very Important Duck sponsors! Your donations made the Duck Derby a success for the Noon Rotary’s local community youth programs and charities.
Election time is upon us and the public is being asked to once again vote for mudslinging accusations and name familiarity.
I would like to address gross inaccuracies in the June 18 Gazette article about the Sequim School Board meeting (“Sequim schools pick assistant super,” June 18, page A-11). These inaccuracies could have easily been avoided with some basic research before publishing inflammatory statements.
With caution, I read the rambling tirade from Mr. (Jan) Richardson about the lack of communication from the Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center (SARC) board to the public on the financial status of the facility (“Letters to the Editor,” Sequim Gazette, June 18, page A-13).
The Sequim Food Bank would like to acknowledge the passing of one of our long-time volunteers, Cliff Eubanks.
To the people who drive with their small dogs on their laps: The speed of an air bag on the steering wheel (in case of an accident) is about 150 miles per hour. The steering wheel is at most 10-12 inches from your body.
My wife, Abbey, and I are full-time RVers. We are leaving your beautiful city of Sequim after three days at your county park at the Dungeness Spit. Now we’re off to Idaho.
Once upon a time there was a young fella that had a big dream. His dream was to escape the world of difficulty into which he had been born. He grew up with his grandparents supporting his dream day by day.
Nothing more sophisticated than the truth! There are always divergences of opinions; however, to turn the simple act of informing the public you work for that they will have to pay more for services received into a major project is ludicrous!
It’s frustrating to hear that there’s a call to raise $1,000,000 to save a manmade structure like the grain elevator. Sure, it’s a piece of history, but $1,000,000. Really?
In writing about the spirit of solidarity he found in Finland, John Burbank reminds us that we are all in the same boat (“Finland, a fine role model,” Sequim Gazette, May 21, page A-16).
Fifty-five percent of greater Sequim’s population is over 60 and only 3 percent of those choose to implement any type of exercise in their daily life. (U.S. Census 2010). Who cares if you die prematurely? I don’t!
Broom Busters II, a River Center Rally team, wishes to thank all the volunteers who joined us pulling the invasive Scotch broom along the Olympic Discovery Trail.
Last week’s letters in the Sequim Gazette prompted me to wonder why Warmies promote their voodoo science even though there’s been zero proof of manmade warming. Zero — None — Nada! I think I’ve found two reasons thereto.
Where is the government of which we were so proud? And where the country that stood out high above the crowd?
As a long time volunteer and member of the Board of Directors of the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society, I would like to thank all of our volunteers, staff, Board members and most especially our community, for supporting our Capital Campaign for construction of a new shelter.
The Sequim Gazette’s article on wastewater treatment for the Carlsborg UGA adequately covers the topic (“Carlsborg wastewater: Sequim bound?”, May 21, page A-1).
Bob Lynette’s letter in last week’s Sequim Gazette (“Time to curb fossil fuels,” page A-16) perpetuates liberal falsehoods.