Bonnie Dickmann, a Sequim Food Bank dairy volunteer, helps Victoria Tamblyn receive a gallon of raw milk on May 20. Tamblyn said she has lived on a farm and believes raw milk has good health benefits. Dungeness Valley Creamery’s raw milk was recently OK’d by Clallam County health officials to be given out at the food bank so long as there were signs posted about the dangers of consuming raw milk. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Bonnie Dickmann, a Sequim Food Bank dairy volunteer, helps Victoria Tamblyn receive a gallon of raw milk on May 20. Tamblyn said she has lived on a farm and believes raw milk has good health benefits. Dungeness Valley Creamery’s raw milk was recently OK’d by Clallam County health officials to be given out at the food bank so long as there were signs posted about the dangers of consuming raw milk. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Creamery’s raw milk returns to food bank

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