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Kiwanians raise the American flag in downtown Mercer Island. The Kiwanians are, from left: Claire Hruska, Mike Tye, Cor Segers, Jim Baker and Terry Felton. The early morning walkers at Tabit Square on Presidents Day, Feb. 16, are not identified. Kiwanis members of Mercer Island are committed to raising the American flag on national holidays. Forty-two patriotic merchants have contracted with Kiwanian volunteers to decorate the entrance to their businesses on those holidays, including the Mercer Island Reporter. Enterprises and offices that wish to display the U.S. flag may contact Terry Felton of Edward Jones, 232-8608. - Contributed
Kiwanians raise the American flag in downtown Mercer Island. The Kiwanians are, from left: Claire Hruska, Mike Tye, Cor Segers, Jim Baker and Terry Felton. The early morning walkers at Tabit Square on Presidents Day, Feb. 16, are not identified. Kiwanis members of Mercer Island are committed to raising the American flag on national holidays. Forty-two patriotic merchants have contracted with Kiwanian volunteers to decorate the entrance to their businesses on those holidays, including the Mercer Island Reporter. Enterprises and offices that wish to display the U.S. flag may contact Terry Felton of Edward Jones, 232-8608.
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Kiwanians raise the American flag in downtown Mercer Island. The Kiwanians are, from left: Claire Hruska, Mike Tye, Cor Segers, Jim Baker and Terry Felton. The early morning walkers at Tabit Square on Presidents Day, Feb. 16, are not identified. Kiwanis members of Mercer Island are committed to raising the American flag on national holidays. Forty-two patriotic merchants have contracted with Kiwanian volunteers to decorate the entrance to their businesses on those holidays, including the Mercer Island Reporter. Enterprises and offices that wish to display the U.S. flag may contact Terry Felton of Edward Jones, 232-8608.

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