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The Northeast Tacoma communities joined together Aug. 16 to celebrate their ongoing struggle to prevent conversion of the North Shore Golf Course into a suburban ghetto. The event was held at the Browns Point Improvement Club’s facility overlooking Commencement Bay. The event was held at the Browns Point Improvement Club’s facility overlooking Commencement Bay. An Italian cuisine buffet was catered by Gino’s Bistro, accompanied by a cake from Celebrity Cakes. A silent auction was held, highlighted by the donation of a handmade oriental-themed quilt from Shirley Durgan. To learn more, contact Save NE Tacoma Treasurer Lois Cooper at (253) 874-6684. Pictured: Save NETacoma president John Lovelace and his wife confer with treasurer Lois Cooper on silent auction promotion. - Photo courtesy of Gene Foster
The Northeast Tacoma communities joined together Aug. 16 to celebrate their ongoing struggle to prevent conversion of the North Shore Golf Course into a suburban ghetto. The event was held at the Browns Point Improvement Club’s facility overlooking Commencement Bay. The event was held at the Browns Point Improvement Club’s facility overlooking Commencement Bay. An Italian cuisine buffet was catered by Gino’s Bistro, accompanied by a cake from Celebrity Cakes. A silent auction was held, highlighted by the donation of a handmade oriental-themed quilt from Shirley Durgan. To learn more, contact Save NE Tacoma Treasurer Lois Cooper at (253) 874-6684. Pictured: Save NETacoma president John Lovelace and his wife confer with treasurer Lois Cooper on silent auction promotion.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Gene Foster

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