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Groundbreaking set for Valley memorial

Members of the Snoqualmie Valley Veterans Memorial Committee, from left, Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum Assistant Director Cristy Lake, American Legion Post Vice Commander Rich Collingwood, Post Commander Steve Fenton, Snoqualmie Arts Commission member Lee Prewitt, VFW and Legion member Dave Lake and Legion Auxiliary President Kathy Kerr stand on the site of the future Valley veterans’ memorial. The group will break ground on the downtown Snoqualmie site Tuesday, Nov. 11, and is selling memorial bricks to raise money for the $100,000 monument. - Seth Truscott / Snoqualmie Valley Record
Members of the Snoqualmie Valley Veterans Memorial Committee, from left, Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum Assistant Director Cristy Lake, American Legion Post Vice Commander Rich Collingwood, Post Commander Steve Fenton, Snoqualmie Arts Commission member Lee Prewitt, VFW and Legion member Dave Lake and Legion Auxiliary President Kathy Kerr stand on the site of the future Valley veterans’ memorial. The group will break ground on the downtown Snoqualmie site Tuesday, Nov. 11, and is selling memorial bricks to raise money for the $100,000 monument.
— image credit: Seth Truscott / Snoqualmie Valley Record

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