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  • Gold Star mom and Tacoma students create mural honoring fallen marine

    Tacoma artist Grace Washington returned to Northeast Tacoma Elementary — where the library was already named in honor of her fallen son, Sgt. Michael T. Washington — to dedicate the mural "Together We Rise" that she created with the help of all the school's students.

Gold Star mom and Tacoma students create mural honoring fallen marine

Tacoma artist Grace Washington returned to Northeast Tacoma Elementary — where the library was already named in honor of her fallen son, Sgt. Michael T. Washington — to dedicate the mural "Together We Rise" that she created with the help of all the school's students.
Tony Overman toverman@thenewstribune.com