Noon Rotary to host Sunday salmon bake

Entry will be $18 at the door of the Sequim club, with proceeds benefiting projects.

SEQUIM — Sequim Noon Rotary will hold its 48th annual salmon bake and barbecue at the Sequim unit of the Boys &Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday.

Adults will have a choice of either alder-fired wild salmon or a pulled-pork plate for $16 with the purchase of a presale ticket. Entry will be $18 at the door of the club at 400 W. Fir St.

Adult meals will include baked beans, cole slaw, a roll and an ice-cream cup and drink.

A jumbo all-beef hot dog and drink will be available for children younger than 12 for $5.

Live music will be performed by the Dukes of Dabob and Trail Mix, featuring Neil and Bobbie Usselman.

There also will be a raffle and exhibits.

Tickets are available from Noon Rotary Club members, at ticket booths or at the door.

All proceeds benefit Sequim children, local charities and Sequim Rotary projects.

For more information, visit www.sequimrotary.org.

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