From left, Lacey Mayor Andy Ryder, Yelm Councilman Tracey Wood and Olympia Councilman Nathaniel Jones applaud at the completion of the Thurston County Chamber of Commerce’s State of the Community address. Also on stage, but not shown, were Thurston County Commissioner Bud Blake and Tumwater Mayor Pete Kmet. Mike Marohn, standing, moderated the discussion.
From left, Lacey Mayor Andy Ryder, Yelm Councilman Tracey Wood and Olympia Councilman Nathaniel Jones applaud at the completion of the Thurston County Chamber of Commerce’s State of the Community address. Also on stage, but not shown, were Thurston County Commissioner Bud Blake and Tumwater Mayor Pete Kmet. Mike Marohn, standing, moderated the discussion. Rolf Boone rboone@theolympia.com
From left, Lacey Mayor Andy Ryder, Yelm Councilman Tracey Wood and Olympia Councilman Nathaniel Jones applaud at the completion of the Thurston County Chamber of Commerce’s State of the Community address. Also on stage, but not shown, were Thurston County Commissioner Bud Blake and Tumwater Mayor Pete Kmet. Mike Marohn, standing, moderated the discussion. Rolf Boone rboone@theolympia.com

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