Multi-Service Center raises $156,000 at annual Crab Feed

Multi-Service Center raises $156,000 at annual Crab Feed

Federal Way’s Multi-Service Center raised funds to support its programs at its annual Crab Feed on June 1.

Federal Way’s Multi-Service Center raised more than $156,000 to support its programs at its annual Crab Feed on June 1 at the Performing Arts and Event Center. There were 305 guests in attendance. The event featured live and silent auctions. Photos courtesy of Bruce Honda


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Multi-Service Center raises $156,000 at annual Crab Feed
Multi-Service Center raises $156,000 at annual Crab Feed
Multi-Service Center raises $156,000 at annual Crab Feed
Multi-Service Center raises $156,000 at annual Crab Feed
Multi-Service Center raises $156,000 at annual Crab Feed
Multi-Service Center raises $156,000 at annual Crab Feed
Multi-Service Center raises $156,000 at annual Crab Feed

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