UPDATED: Poor weather nixes Save Our Sequim rally set for Saturday

The Save Our Sequim group seeking to host a rally starting at noon on Saturday, Feb. 13, has cancelled plans for the vent, and instead moved to a virtual meeting on Zoom at 5 p.m. tonight, Friday, Feb. 12.

Go to the saveoursequim.org website and click on “Friday Virtual Call”; the virtual meeting is for SOS supporters, organizers said.

The rally’s goal was to have 250 people on Saturday line West Washington Street, from Ninth Avenue toward downtown Sequim, to represent 250 addicts to be serviced at a planned medication-assisted treatment (MAT) clinic in Sequim.

“This is an educational event to educate the public about the unwise idea of a Regional Methadone Clinic for the addict and the lack of need for one here in Sequim and the poor location for the public due to experiences and advice from other small cities that have experienced this also,” organizers said in a press release.

For more information, call 360-582-6379.

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