Mary Worthington, left, is manager and Letha Grapenthin is the founder/owner of The Pink Chandelier, a home decor and gift shop in downtown Puyallup. Grapenthin points out that the shop is wheelchair accessible and stroller friendly.
Mary Worthington, left, is manager and Letha Grapenthin is the founder/owner of The Pink Chandelier, a home decor and gift shop in downtown Puyallup. Grapenthin points out that the shop is wheelchair accessible and stroller friendly. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
Mary Worthington, left, is manager and Letha Grapenthin is the founder/owner of The Pink Chandelier, a home decor and gift shop in downtown Puyallup. Grapenthin points out that the shop is wheelchair accessible and stroller friendly. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

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