Zach Howlett and his son, Cedar, and daughter Levity check out sea creatures in touch tanks with Harbor Wildwatch program coordinator Rachel Easton at an event in Skansie Brothers Park.
Zach Howlett and his son, Cedar, and daughter Levity check out sea creatures in touch tanks with Harbor Wildwatch program coordinator Rachel Easton at an event in Skansie Brothers Park. Lee Giles III Staff file, 2014
Zach Howlett and his son, Cedar, and daughter Levity check out sea creatures in touch tanks with Harbor Wildwatch program coordinator Rachel Easton at an event in Skansie Brothers Park. Lee Giles III Staff file, 2014

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