Sequim’s seasonal greetings

The holiday season is in the air — literally — as a 35-foot noble fir was lifted and installed at the corner of East Washington Street and North Sequim Avenue on Nov. 15. First Federal Bank sponsored the tree, Accurate Angle volunteered its crane to lift the tree and the City of Sequim picked up the tree from Bacon’s Christmas Tree Farm in Bremerton. Sequim residents Emily Westcott, “Captain” Crystal Stout, Shenna Younger and her daughter Kaylee Straling picked out the tree for the Sequim community.

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