Do you have your copy of the Newcomers’ and Visitors’ Guide yet?

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The spring/summer edition of the North Olympic Peninsula Newcomers’ and Visitors’ Guide is now available at a Clallam or Jefferson County location near you.

And the best news yet: It’s free!

At 128 pages with a total distribution of 100,000 copies, this is the largest such guide in the region and is chock full of features, listings and services available to not only visitors to our fantastic region, but to new residents as well. In fact, even longtime residents will take delight in the array of information contained in the Guide.

Soon it will be posted on this Web site. But don’t miss out on getting your own booklet. Look for it all spring and summer long.

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