A piece of Edmonds history made for 2014

Filed in City Topics, Featured 1, Yesteryear by on November 11, 2013

The people in Edmonds have an overwhelming sense of pride in the city itself and the history leading up to where we are now. The Edmonds Historic Preservation Commission has proudly announced the release of the 2014 Historic Edmonds calendar.

Photo courtesy of the Edmonds Historic Preservation Commission

Photo courtesy of the Edmonds Historic Preservation Commission

Rob Chave, City of Edmonds Planning Manager described the calendar as a “high-quality twelve month calendar depicting important events, places, and people from Edmonds past”. Don’t miss your chance to get one…they’re free while supplies last.

Where can you find one? Head on down to the lobby of the City Hall, the Edmonds Historical Museum, or next door at the Ganahl-Hanley Log Cabin. Free calendars are limited to 3 per person for personal use, or up to 20 per business to distribute to walk-in customers. 

Chave said this project was funded through a grant to the Edmonds Historic Preservation Commission and no public funds were used.

Thinking of the perfect holiday gift for that all around Edmonds Kind of Guy or Edmonds Kind of Gal? This one has meaning and promises not to break the bank!

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