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From Your Corner: Lake Union’s name

From Your Corner: Lake Union’s name

(Photo courtesy of Benjamin Helle) Seattleites and “Sleepless in Seattle” fans will have no trouble recognizing Lake Union, the 12,000-year-old body of water carved from the same glacier that created Green Lake and Lake Washington.  Visitors can see floating homes along the east and west sides of the lake that sits just north of Seattle’s central business district. Seattle’s major Fourth of July fireworks show usually takes place there and draws spectators from all corners of the greater Seattle area. …

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Walking to Lake Union

Walking to Lake Union

While he was in Seattle for meetings on Wednesday, Secretary Reed took time during the noon hour to walk with some staffers and volunteers at the Washington Talking Book & Braille Library. The group strolled to South Lake Union Park and back to the library. Please follow and like us: