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There’s a common theme running through much of this month’s Tukwila Reporter. It’s family. It starts with Tukwila’s First Family, Jim and Carol Haggerton and their children and grandchildren. Jim is entering his final year as mayor, leaving behind a city where families can prosper a big part of his legacy.
Community Events, December 2014
We enrich our lives and the lives of our children when we provide opportunities to appreciate the creative arts.
Your support has not gone unnoticed; the family says they have been wrapped in care, and it has made all the difference. They are greatly, humbly appreciative, and they feel a renewed sense of home here.
Ballot processing takes place in a large secure convention-like area with desks, tables, computers, white boards and special equipment everywhere. Everyone wears a lanyard with an identification tag. A 40,000-unit-per-hour Pitney Bowes machine scans the envelope signatures. Every signature is compared to a previous signature.
Project Feast and Tukwila are a perfect fit. Tukwila has a large commercial-grade kitchen at the community center. Project Feast wants immigrants and refugees it serves to find jobs in the food industry and brings diverse cultures together through their traditional foods.