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v o Page 8 a Contributed Photo Retired llavy Captain George Thorlelfsou of Lake Stevens was the recipient of the DAC pin awarded by recent past State DAC Regent, Carole Hnlt of Olympia. 3 Free to all community members! Where? L ke Stevens Community Center Come play, learn and have fun through music, art, stories, games and friends When? V “Every Tuesday from 9:30-11:00 With over 14 years experience fabricating dentures and partials, we are now pleased to announce our denturist status and our ability to work directly with you, the public. As a denturist, l.will custom design and personalize each prosthesis to fit your individual needs. I am looking forward to sewing you! ' Jeffrey Field, DPD ; DALUS )ONCEPTS ‘ DENTURIST 8c DENTAL LABORATORY sen-568.3200 1-888-369-3599 1024 First Street 0 Suite 201 ~ Snohomish We are a full service denturist office and laboratory located in the historic district of Snohomish. Renee Schwarzmiller Lake Stevens Journal September 28, 2011 L. S. resident Thorleifson honored at State Assembly JOURNAL STAFF “Past, Present and Future” was the theme ofthe September 9 and 10 meet- ing of the National Society Daughters of the American Colonists held at the Embassy Suites in Lynnwood. DAC chapters from Spokane, Olym- pia, Snoqualmie Falls and Snohomish County gathered to honor past and present military members, reviewWash- he human spirit is stronger than ‘ Info: 425231.745 www.mlayforlifenrg/lakestevenswa lakestevensrelay@yahoo.com ington history and elect a new slate of officers for the next three years. Honored at Friday's luncheon was retired Navy Captain George Thor- leifson. He was presented with the DAC pin by recent past State Regent Carole Holt of. Olympia. Other guests at this event in- cluded DAC members from Oregon, thir- teen retired military and five members of the Marysville-Pilchuck NIROTC. The Rdayfor Lifeof lair: Stevens is not a Sdrool timid sponsored program. School District: have neilher approved this program, personnel, activitieq, or organizations announced on this dyer. Permiss‘on tn Minnie abodd mtbc considered a recommenrhtkrn orertdmmmtofthepmmmbytha school distfictlncn ' the privileoeto dimimte this flyer, the schod district shall be held harmless from any cause ofaction or of the distribution ofthis "yer indudinq all costs, attorney’s feesand judgment awards. Although an of this information, the School Districts do not assume responsibility for the contentor activities Interest Free Pa Bfingthisadi-ior‘ $250 OFF Patients currently receiving treatment are not eligible Srmlwmish ml 3 ~'\\.L‘li’ {UH-10H