Visitor Information Center seeking volunteers

With nearly 20,000 visitors making their way to Sequim each year, the Sequim Visitor Information Center is a popular place.

Center officials are seeking some help in helping those visitors navigate the Olympic Peninsula as volunteers.

Volunteers at the Visitor Information Center connect with tourists and others looking to relocate to the area and provide them with information and community resources. They are invited to Sequim-Dungeness Chamber of Commerce events and have opportunities to attend social after-hours/familiarization tours at different businesses each month.

“Volunteers serve as great representation of our community,” says Kassie Dotlich, administrative coordinator for the Sequim Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce.

The Visitor Information Center is open seven days a week. Volunteers can commit to a regular shift of four hours (during the summer, or can fill in as needed as a temporary replacement as an alternate volunteer.

Those interested in volunteering are encouraged to stop in at the Visitor Information Center, 1192 E. Washington St., and fill out an application, or contact Dotlich at info@sequimchamber.com.

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