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Bathed in pink light, Bob Reitinger at left, and master of ceremonies, James Murphy, announce the winners of the raffle drawing at the annual ‘Giving from the Heart’ breakfast to benefit Mercer Island Youth and Family Services on Feb. 12. Fifty community members served as table captains at the event which raised $140,000 for the agency that offers counseling, financial help and more to Islanders of all ages in need.  - Photo by Joseph Livarchik
Bathed in pink light, Bob Reitinger at left, and master of ceremonies, James Murphy, announce the winners of the raffle drawing at the annual ‘Giving from the Heart’ breakfast to benefit Mercer Island Youth and Family Services on Feb. 12. Fifty community members served as table captains at the event which raised $140,000 for the agency that offers counseling, financial help and more to Islanders of all ages in need.
— image credit: Photo by Joseph Livarchik

Bathed in pink light, Bob Reitinger at left, and master of ceremonies, James Murphy, announce the winners of the raffle drawing at the annual ‘Giving from the Heart’ breakfast to benefit Mercer Island Youth and Family Services on Feb. 12. Fifty community members served as table captains at the event which raised $140,000 for the agency that offers counseling, financial help and more to Islanders of all ages in need.

 

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