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Legacy Washington to launch Korea 65 exhibit September 14

Legacy Washington to launch Korea 65 exhibit September 14

Our Legacy Washington team recently finished installing an informative and terrific-looking new exhibit in our front lobby. Called Korea 65: The Forgotten War Remembered, it provides a series of stories about Washingtonians who experienced the Korean War in different ways, from U.S. soldiers who fought in the war, to a nurse who worked in a MASH unit, to Korean Americans who grew up in Korea during or after the war. On September 14, our office is hosting a Korea 65…

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SecState partnering with Karshner Center

SecState partnering with Karshner Center

Secretary Wyman and crew this week celebrated a new partnership with Karshner Museum and Center for Culture & Arts. Wyman and her Legacy Washington team traveled to the newly renovated Karshner Center in Puyallup, meeting with Puyallup School Superintendent Tim Yeomans and top officials of the district and the Center that operates one of America’s few district-owned teaching museums. The stunning museum, with longhouse-style great hall, classroom, gallery and natural history and performing arts spaces, is housed in a repurposed…

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What’s our next exhibit? Funny you ask

What’s our next exhibit? Funny you ask

Our month-ling Quilts of Valor exhibit was taken down earlier this week, so the walls in our office’s front lobby are unusually bare. But that won’t last for long. The Office of Secretary of State is putting the final touches on a new, privately funded exhibit to be unveiled in early September. It’s called “Grand Coulee to Grunge: Eight stories that changed the world.” The free exhibit, which will be displayed for a year before traveling around the state,  recounts…

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