Zac and Cat Romiski of Joint Base Lewis-McChord cut lavender for the first time at The Lavender Connection in July 2018. Lavender farms are likely a big part of why Sequim was nominated for USA Today’s online contest for “Best Small Town Cultural Scene.” Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

Zac and Cat Romiski of Joint Base Lewis-McChord cut lavender for the first time at The Lavender Connection in July 2018. Lavender farms are likely a big part of why Sequim was nominated for USA Today’s online contest for “Best Small Town Cultural Scene.” Sequim Gazette file photo by Matthew Nash

USA Today nominates Sequim for ‘Best Small Town For Shopping’ and ‘Cultural Scene’

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