Best of the Peninsula 2020 winners to be announced

Special section, online ballot will showcase champions

The time has come for the Peninsula Daily News and the Sequim Gazette to announce the winners of the Best of the Peninsula 2020 contest.

On Sunday, a print special section will be published in the Peninsula Daily News. That same section will print in the Sequim Gazette on Wednesday.

Inside the special section, the winners and finalists from each category in the Clallam County and Jefferson County contests will be listed.

Also on Sunday, a web-only story will be posted to the Peninsula Daily News and Sequim Gazette websites linking to the e-edition of the Best of the Peninsula 2020 special section. A link to each online ballot showcasing the winners also will be provided.

Congratulations in advance to all the Clallam County and Jefferson County winners and finalists of the Best of the Peninsula 2020 contest!

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