Bill Isaacs, 72, works on Thunderbird #11 at the nonprofit Gig Harbor Boat Shop. The nonprofit launched a capital campaign in March to complete the marine railways project at Gig Harbor’s historic Eddon Boatyard.
Bill Isaacs, 72, works on Thunderbird #11 at the nonprofit Gig Harbor Boat Shop. The nonprofit launched a capital campaign in March to complete the marine railways project at Gig Harbor’s historic Eddon Boatyard. David Montesino Staff file/2012
Bill Isaacs, 72, works on Thunderbird #11 at the nonprofit Gig Harbor Boat Shop. The nonprofit launched a capital campaign in March to complete the marine railways project at Gig Harbor’s historic Eddon Boatyard. David Montesino Staff file/2012

Council approves $35K toward Gig Harbor Boat Shop marine railways project

May 10, 2017 11:41 AM

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