Tukwila Mayor Allan Ekberg, left, talks to a veteran following last year’s city-hosted Veterans Day ceremony. HEIDI SANDERS, Tukwila Reporter

Tukwila hosts annual Veterans Day Ceremony

The city of Tukwila hosts it annual Veterans Day Ceremony from 10 a.m. to noon on Thursday, Nov. 9, at the Tukwila Community Center, 12424 42nd Ave. S.

The community is invited to honor veterans and active service members.

Councilman Joe Duffie hosts the event, Mayor Allan Ekberg will speak.

A light breakfast and coffee will be provided.

City officials will also participate in Veterans Day activities at the Museum of Flight on Nov. 11.

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