Fun and Games

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Highline Historical Society
Now through 9/2013

Over the years, Highline Area residents have enjoyed a variety of leisure activities. From the imagination of films to the beats of bands and dancing at the Spanish Castle, entertainment has long been a popular way to relax and enjoy time with friends and family. The love of outdoors has brought friends and family together in sports like football and swimming. Quieter times have been shared when playing board games and listening to the radio. Wherever the venue and whatever the activity, the purpose has been to forget about worries and enjoy companionship. Families and friends grow closer because they spend time together, engaging in fun and games. At SeaTac City Hall, 4800 S 188th Street, SeaTac.  www.highlinehistory.org

 


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We're awaiting the photos from the professional photog of AKCHO's Annual Awards event on Tuesday, but here are just a couple of pix from AKCHO's administrator in the meantime (pictured Richard Anderson, Northwest Railway Museum; Frederick Brown; Tom Ikeda, Densho). We had a great time, our host (Northwest African American Museum) was wonderful, our sponsors were generous, King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert was a terrific emcee, and our Award recipients... well, mere words can't begin to describe their importance to our community. But we'll be posting lots of words on our website over the next couple of weeks anyway, so you can read all about our honorees. That'll be at www.akcho.org
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