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Volunteers made video success

The Milwaukee Railroad Documentary Project, sponsored by


the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society, wishes to thank the volunteers


who made the premiere showing of, "Life Along the Tracks: The


Milwaukee Railroad in the Snoqualmie Valley"


a successful contribution to Valley history: North Bend Theatre


managers Brian and Karlene Slover; Philip Mangano and Julia Walker; Mount


Si High School's Dave Battey; the Snoqualmie Valley Historical


Society; folk singer Bob Antone and the ground crew in full railroad


uniform; Dixie Smith, Maxine Dovenberg, Eileen Erickson, Charley


Gonzales, Barbara Touchette, Earl Finch and Anne McCarty.


A heartfelt thank you to all those who supported this effort


throughout its production and the supportive audience in attendance.



Bill Walker


Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society

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