Gig Harbor artist Mardie Rees was awarded the Colonel John W. Thomason, Jr. Award from the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation for her sculpture “Soul of the Forward & Faithful,” which portrays U.S. Marine Raiders in the Pacific jungles during World War II.
Gig Harbor artist Mardie Rees was awarded the Colonel John W. Thomason, Jr. Award from the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation for her sculpture “Soul of the Forward & Faithful,” which portrays U.S. Marine Raiders in the Pacific jungles during World War II. Nathaniel Renouf Courtesy
Gig Harbor artist Mardie Rees was awarded the Colonel John W. Thomason, Jr. Award from the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation for her sculpture “Soul of the Forward & Faithful,” which portrays U.S. Marine Raiders in the Pacific jungles during World War II. Nathaniel Renouf Courtesy

Gig Harbor artist receives award from U.S. Marine Corps Heritage Foundation

May 18, 2016 3:53 PM

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