Priscilla Hudson, Sequim Prairie Garden Club member/historian, cuts the ribbon on May 16 to the refurbished fountain in Pioneer Memorial Park. She’s surrounded by dozens of community members including family members of the Lotzgesell family with Henry Lotzgesell donating a sizable amount in 1965 in honor of his wife Hazel to see the project come to fruition. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Priscilla Hudson, Sequim Prairie Garden Club member/historian, cuts the ribbon on May 16 to the refurbished fountain in Pioneer Memorial Park. She’s surrounded by dozens of community members including family members of the Lotzgesell family with Henry Lotzgesell donating a sizable amount in 1965 in honor of his wife Hazel to see the project come to fruition. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Community pours support onto revived fountain in Pioneer Memorial Park

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Left: The reenactors portraying the British Army fire on the Colonial Minutemen at the Battle of Concord Bridge while the crowd watches on during the Northwest Colonial Festival’s portrayal. 
                                Below: David Rieve, right, discusses Revolutionary War-era gunsmithing with several families in his tent at the Northwest Colonial Festival. Rieve, who is a trained gunsmith and has made numerous muskets and firearms that would be found in that era, has been coming to the Colonial Festival for several years and said that he enjoys the experience. Sequim Gazette photos by Conor Dowley
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