Puyallup Eagles Daffodil Aerie 2308 manager Loni Anderews, left, and secretary Ellen Blakely stand in front of the main entrance to their club. Sound Transit is negotiating with the Eagles to buy the structure to expand its footprint in downtown Puyallup.
Puyallup Eagles Daffodil Aerie 2308 manager Loni Anderews, left, and secretary Ellen Blakely stand in front of the main entrance to their club. Sound Transit is negotiating with the Eagles to buy the structure to expand its footprint in downtown Puyallup. LEE GILES III lgiles@gateline.com
Puyallup Eagles Daffodil Aerie 2308 manager Loni Anderews, left, and secretary Ellen Blakely stand in front of the main entrance to their club. Sound Transit is negotiating with the Eagles to buy the structure to expand its footprint in downtown Puyallup. LEE GILES III lgiles@gateline.com

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