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<p>Sequim High School’s girls swim team began practices at the Sequim YMCA on Aug. 22. The pool was without heat on Monday due to the boiler not firing so the team did jumping jacks and took hot showers in between laps to stay warm. The Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center, now operating as the Sequim YMCA, opened it for the team and plans to tentatively open the facility to the public in October. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash</p> -

YMCA reopens pool for Sequim swim team

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After nearly a year closed, the pool at the Sequim YMCA, 610 N. Fifth Ave., reopened for the first day of the Sequim High School's girls swim team's practice on Aug. 22.

 

Community Events, August 2016

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Mountain View Christian School hires new principal

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Mountain View Christian School's school board is pushing forward to open the school this fall following turmoil with a former staffer.

Sequim schools replace sink fixtures due to high lead counts

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Administrators with Sequim School District anticipate all sink fixtures at Greywolf Elementary and four fixtures at Helen Haller Elementary should be switched out by Aug. 31, the start of school, due to excess levels of lead being found in several fixtures last spring.

Hot times at the county fair

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The weather climbed into the 90s for the Clallam County Fair this year and may have led locals to cooler grounds.

Campfires prohibited in all state parks

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The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission announces a statewide ban on campfires in all state parks and ocean beaches in the Seashore Conservation Area through Sept. 30, due to extreme heat and dry conditions. The ban is part of a statewide effort to prevent human-caused wildfires.

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