Photo by Sarah Highfield
Liberty Bell Junior-Senior High School students led a gun control march Saturday, March 24, through Twisp.
As of Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Twisp March for Our Lives
About 340 people marched through Twisp for more stringent gun control Saturday, March 24, beginning at the Methow Valley Community Center.
TWISP How many 5- to 8-year-old children could Cara Christensen shelter if a gunman barraged through Methow Valley Elementary School?
Could she hide them all?
The thought produced tears and a few deep breaths as the first and second grade teacher spoke before about 340 people gathered for a gun control march at the Methow Valley Community Center Saturday, March 24.
“Last week, after an active school shooter training, I cleaned out my classroom closet to create a safe place for my students in the case of a shooter,” she said...