Opioid presentation postponed

The League of Women Voters of Clallam County’s free public presentation about opioids in the county set for Thursday, Sept. 12, in Sequim, has been postponed.

League officials announced the postponement on Sept. 11. No make-up presentation date has been announced.

The presenter, Clallam County Public Health Officer Dr. Allison Unthank, is out of town because of a family emergency, league officials said in a press release.

Unthank was scheduled to provide an overview of the personal and financial costs of opioid issues in Clallam County.

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization whose purpose is to promote the informed and active participation of citizens in government. For more information about this presentation and the League of Women Voters, go to www.lwvcla.org or email to info@lwvcla.org.

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