High Winds Couldn’t Stop “Ladies Day Out”


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by Janet Grella

High winds and intermittent rain showers kept many people away, but it didn’t dampen the spirits of the 20 Burien businesses who hosted “Ladies Day Out” on Sat. Oct. 4th on SW 152nd in Burien.

Participants in the event purchased pink bandannas from participating businesses to enjoy special discounts all day and into the evening. 100% of all bandanna money was donated to the Highline Cancer Center.

Many businesses pledged part of their daily sales to Highline Cancer Center as well.

Here are some photos of the event:

Kim Hendricks and her mother Jane Matz enjoyed time out of the wind with wine tasting at Vino Bello with owner Michele Smith.
Kim Hendricks and her mother Jane Matz enjoyed time out of the wind with wine tasting at Vino Bello with owner Michele Smith.
Dr. Moss stopped traffic at Moss Chiropractic with a pink motorcycle, on display thanks to Rentons Cycle Works.

Dr. Moss stopped traffic at Moss Chiropractic with a pink motorcycle, on display thanks to Renton's Cycle Works.

Bright pink balloons adorned participating businesses like Collins Chiropractic.
Bright pink balloons adorned participating businesses like Collins Chiropractic.

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One Response to “High Winds Couldn’t Stop “Ladies Day Out””
  1. Mik says:

    Glad to see people turned up despite the weather, I saw the motorcycle which was cool.

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