West Seattle weekend scenes: Celebrating the future of the past

January 14, 2013 at 3:25 am | In West Seattle history, West Seattle news, West Seattle people | 1 Comment

Now that author/historian Clay Eals has taken over as the first-ever executive director of the Southwest Seattle Historical Society – parent organization to the Log House Museum – he has a theme: Telling stories. And that’s exactly what he and museum visitors did during Sunday afternoon’s reception celebrating the start of his new role. SWSHS and the museum, after all, are all about the stories of our area’s past, and how to be sure they’re not lost as we hurtle into the future. You can visit the museum Thursdays-Sundays, noon-4 pm, by the way (61st and Stevens, a block inland from Alki Beach).

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  1. Congratulations on the new job, Clay! We missed the earlier announcement, but this great news.

    Comment by DAJ — 11:19 am January 14, 2013 #

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