Ret. Army Major Angela Jefferson, who was appointed to Lacey’s parks board, addresses the council and audience during Thursday’s Lacey City Council meeting. City Attorney Dave Schneider (left) and City Manager Scott Spence (far left) listen as she talks about her involvement in the community.
Ret. Army Major Angela Jefferson, who was appointed to Lacey’s parks board, addresses the council and audience during Thursday’s Lacey City Council meeting. City Attorney Dave Schneider (left) and City Manager Scott Spence (far left) listen as she talks about her involvement in the community. Rolf Boone rboone@theolympian.com
Ret. Army Major Angela Jefferson, who was appointed to Lacey’s parks board, addresses the council and audience during Thursday’s Lacey City Council meeting. City Attorney Dave Schneider (left) and City Manager Scott Spence (far left) listen as she talks about her involvement in the community. Rolf Boone rboone@theolympian.com

Lacey City Council appoints retired Army major to parks board

January 28, 2017 09:59 AM

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