Seahawks Frank Clark, Ed Dickson host meet-and-greet

The meet-and-greet will take place at Ashley HomeStore in Tukwila where a canned food drive will also take place.

  • Tuesday, November 6, 2018 1:27pm
  • Life

Seattle football fans can meet special guests Seattle Seahawks Frank Clark and Ed Dickson at a free autograph signing and canned food drive today Nov. 6 from 7-8 p.m at the Ashley HomeStore in Tukwila.

The home furnishing retailer’s Tukwila store is located at 7601 Southcenter Parkway.

Both Clark and Dickson will sign autographs while collecting canned, non-perishable food items for Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission, an organization that cares for the homeless and others in need in King County.

Collection bins will remain in the store for customers to contribute non-perishable items until Sunday, Nov. 11.

The meet-and-greet is free and open to the public. Autographs will be available on a first-come, first served basis. One item per person please.

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