Chuck Nation, far right, and Fred Swenson, second from right, join more than two dozen people with signs at the intersection of Priest Road and West Washington Street Saturday, opposing a proposed Medication Assisted Facility on Aug. 3. Save Our Sequim chair Jodi Wilke,said a goal of the turnout is to help educate residents about the topic. “We haven’t gotten a whole lot of negative (responses),” Wilke said. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Chuck Nation, far right, and Fred Swenson, second from right, join more than two dozen people with signs at the intersection of Priest Road and West Washington Street Saturday, opposing a proposed Medication Assisted Facility on Aug. 3. Save Our Sequim chair Jodi Wilke,said a goal of the turnout is to help educate residents about the topic. “We haven’t gotten a whole lot of negative (responses),” Wilke said. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

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Chuck Nation, far right, and Fred Swenson, second from right, join more than two dozen people with signs at the intersection of Priest Road and West Washington Street Saturday, opposing a proposed Medication Assisted Facility on Aug. 3. Save Our Sequim chair Jodi Wilke,said a goal of the turnout is to help educate residents about the topic. “We haven’t gotten a whole lot of negative (responses),” Wilke said. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

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