Kathy Martin, a retired art teacher at Tacoma Public Schools, painted a mural of the Murray Morgan Bridge inside Marlene’s Market & Deli in October. The store, at 2951 S. 38th St. in Tacoma and another store site at 2565 S. Gateway Center Place in Federal Way, will have a 40th anniversary celebration Saturday.
Kathy Martin, a retired art teacher at Tacoma Public Schools, painted a mural of the Murray Morgan Bridge inside Marlene’s Market & Deli in October. The store, at 2951 S. 38th St. in Tacoma and another store site at 2565 S. Gateway Center Place in Federal Way, will have a 40th anniversary celebration Saturday. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
Kathy Martin, a retired art teacher at Tacoma Public Schools, painted a mural of the Murray Morgan Bridge inside Marlene’s Market & Deli in October. The store, at 2951 S. 38th St. in Tacoma and another store site at 2565 S. Gateway Center Place in Federal Way, will have a 40th anniversary celebration Saturday. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

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