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Nelson's Duckpond and Lavender Farm raised $1,000 during the Lavender Festival to benefit the local chapter of the Korean Women's Association. With the help of Camille Irwin of the Sequim chapter and LaDonna Sperber of the Port Townsend chapter of KWA, funds were raised by selling Sequim Lavender Growers Association shirts, pins, posters and glasses. Jeff and Amy Lundstrom made and sold shirts for the project and their daughter Tilly donated proceeds from her lavender lemonade stand. The nonprofit KWA provides in-home care and other services to the community.



Cutline: Nelson's Duckpond and Lavender Farm presents funds raised during lavender weekend to the nonprofit Korean Women's Association. In the back row are Jeff Lundstrom, left, and Harry Nelson. Middle, from left, are Amy Lundstrom, Olivia Lundstrom, Camille Irwin of the Sequim chapter of KWA, and Gail Nelson. In front is Tilly Lundstrom.



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