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  • Symposium on Our Youngest Citizens

    The Children’s Museum of Tacoma hosted a “Symposium on Our Youngest Citizens” on Tuesday. After the event, participants were invited to take a walking tour of downtown Tacoma and were told to watch for child-friendly elements along with way.

The Children’s Museum of Tacoma hosted a “Symposium on Our Youngest Citizens” on Tuesday. After the event, participants were invited to take a walking tour of downtown Tacoma and were told to watch for child-friendly elements along with way. Debbie Cafazzo dcafazzo@thenewstribune.com
The Children’s Museum of Tacoma hosted a “Symposium on Our Youngest Citizens” on Tuesday. After the event, participants were invited to take a walking tour of downtown Tacoma and were told to watch for child-friendly elements along with way. Debbie Cafazzo dcafazzo@thenewstribune.com

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