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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.

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

A march crossing guard and participant greet along the route Saturday, March 24.

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

One of the march's speakers, physician Ann Diamond, cheers on Laura Love, who led several chants during the march Saturday, March 24.

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

Liberty Bell Junior-High School students led the march Saturday, March 24.

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

Liberty Bell High School Senior Anna Post helped organize the march and spoke before.

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Photo by Sarah Highfield

One-year-old Sage clenches onto the legs of his mother Anaka Mines of Twisp as she stands at a voter registration booth during the march Saturday, March 24.

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Anaka Mines, Twisp, holds her one-year-old son Sage, wearing an "Enough" sticker on his jacket.

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