The Washington State Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Hatchery in Puyallup was named the most endangered historic building by the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation earlier this month after Paula Harmes, a lifelong Puyallup resident, successful submited applications for the hatchery to the Washington Heritage Register and the National Register of Historic Places. Harmes said she did it as a way to preserve the historic hatchery and as a community resource and in memory of Jacob Steinle, her son, who was killed in an altercation at Bellevue Square on Valentine's Day 2012.
The Washington State Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Hatchery in Puyallup was named the most endangered historic building by the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation earlier this month after Paula Harmes, a lifelong Puyallup resident, successful submited applications for the hatchery to the Washington Heritage Register and the National Register of Historic Places. Harmes said she did it as a way to preserve the historic hatchery and as a community resource and in memory of Jacob Steinle, her son, who was killed in an altercation at Bellevue Square on Valentine's Day 2012. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com
The Washington State Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Hatchery in Puyallup was named the most endangered historic building by the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation earlier this month after Paula Harmes, a lifelong Puyallup resident, successful submited applications for the hatchery to the Washington Heritage Register and the National Register of Historic Places. Harmes said she did it as a way to preserve the historic hatchery and as a community resource and in memory of Jacob Steinle, her son, who was killed in an altercation at Bellevue Square on Valentine's Day 2012. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com

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