Letters To The Editor — April 26, 2017

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Letters To The Editor — April 26, 2017

Thanks for feeding students

I would like to publicly thank the generous families of this community that have donated money to help students of the Sequim School District pay for meals that they might not be able to afford.

Every year we have people donate funds to help feed the students who might not qualify for free or reduced meals. Their families are hard-working but sometimes other things get in the way of paying for meals for their students.

The donations that we get help these families and students get a nutritious meal.

Again, thank you from me personally in helping these kids!

Laurie Campen

Sequim

(Note: Campen is Director of Food Services for the Sequim School District.)

‘Drain our swamp’

Forty-five days in jail for stealing one-and-a-quarter million dollars — I think we need Trump to drain our swamp!

Tom Burns

Port Angeles

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