Medical marijuana will be the focus of a June 8 event at White Rock Library.

Medical marijuana to be discussed in White Rock

A presentation on medical marijuana is planned for June 8 at White Rock Library.

A presentation on medical marijuana is planned for June 8 at White Rock Library.

The event, sponsored by Releaf Compassion Centers, is aimed at exploring if there is a need for medical marijuana in the community; how those needs would be met; if it’s time for a local dispensary; and under what conditions such a facility should exist.

Scheduled guest speakers are advocate David Hutchinson, Releaf’s Tara Caine and Kaila Motz, and Randy Caine, owner of Langley Medical Marijuana Dispensary.

Medical Marijuana: Is it right for you… Is it right for the community? is set for 7-8:30 p.m. The library is located at 15342 Buena Vista Ave.

 

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