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Thursday was a night to celebrate for the Sequim Valley Lions. The club’s representatives, Tom Harrer, vice-president, on far left, and George Dooley, on right, present 15-year-old Jessica Hodges, a blind high schooler, fourth from left, her own iPad. Denise Mackenstadt, technology instructor; Heidi Budnek, Hodges’ mom; and Jacque Schaafsma, her occupational therapist, were there for support. See full story in the Sept. 5 edition of the Sequim Gazette. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash
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