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Red, white and Labor Day

Small flags fill the planter box below the statue of Island pioneers at the corner of 78th Avenue S.E. and S.E. 28th Street at the North end QFC last week.  The day to honor workers was first made a national holiday in 1894.. - Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter
Small flags fill the planter box below the statue of Island pioneers at the corner of 78th Avenue S.E. and S.E. 28th Street at the North end QFC last week. The day to honor workers was first made a national holiday in 1894..
— image credit: Chad Coleman/Mercer Island Reporter

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