First sculpture walk pieces in place
Carrie Macready and Gary Robinson of the Anacortes Parks and Recreation Department manipulate 'Ringer 7,' a stainless steel and bronze sculpture by Seattle artist Ulrich Pakker, into position on Banner Bank property in the 1800 block of Commercial Avenue.
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#1 Aug 21, 2009
When other communities are cutting back what makes them unique, I am so proud that Anacortes knows it must maintain the essence of what draws residents and visitors alike. Money could be spent in other areas, but we can't lose what makes living in the Pacific Northwest so special.
#2 Aug 23, 2009
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