South Puget Sound Community College physics instructor Kathleen Ensenat (left) and Department of Ecology worker Kasia Pierzqga, both of Olympia, join approximately 5,000 supporters of science during the March for Science rally on the Capitol Campus in Olympia in 2017.
South Puget Sound Community College physics instructor Kathleen Ensenat (left) and Department of Ecology worker Kasia Pierzqga, both of Olympia, join approximately 5,000 supporters of science during the March for Science rally on the Capitol Campus in Olympia in 2017. Tony Overman Olympian file photo
South Puget Sound Community College physics instructor Kathleen Ensenat (left) and Department of Ecology worker Kasia Pierzqga, both of Olympia, join approximately 5,000 supporters of science during the March for Science rally on the Capitol Campus in Olympia in 2017. Tony Overman Olympian file photo

2 rallies expected to be highly visible, draw large crowds at Capitol this weekend

April 10, 2018 04:14 PM