PHOTOS: Sound Slideshow Of The 2010 Cove To Clover Pub Crawl

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It’s Photo Friday, so what better day to unveil pics from last Friday’s (March 12) Cove to Clover Pub Crawl?

The fun fundraiser evening brought in at least 430 participants, who paid $10 each to “crawl” amongst 13 Burien pubs (along with restaurants, a coffeeshop and food store), and get their “passports” stamped at least five times, all in the name of raising money for both the Highline Area Food Bank and Highline Schools Foundation.

According to Organizer John Nelson, over $4,300 dollars was raised in just this one night.

BTB Photographers Michael Brunk and Scott Schaefer were on the scene (purely in the name of Photojournalism of course…), and they shot a combined 179 photos.

As is always the case with photos shot by BTB Photographers, you are welcome to choose your favorites, download and print them for personal use at no charge – here’s a link to the entire set on Flickr.

Here’s our SoundSlideshow of the best shots (make sure your speakers are turned on), set to the 1940s public domain song “Hey Joe, Two Beers” by the Benny Bell & Agony Trio:

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4 Responses to “PHOTOS: Sound Slideshow Of The 2010 Cove To Clover Pub Crawl”
  1. Jim Branson says:

    “As is always the case with BTB Photos, you are welcome to choose your favorites, download them and do whatever you wish at no charge….”

    So, if people submit photos to the BTB, they lose all copyright?

    • No no no…sorry about that – I changed the copy in the story – what I meant was that,as a courtesy, we make Photos shot by BTB Photographers available via Flickr to anyone who wants to download & use/print them for personal use (as in printing); we still retain copyright.

  2. napavine says:

    I sure hope the interview with the tattoo couple is next. How much did it cost to get him out of that shirt. And who’s idea was it? Looks like a great time, I’ll have to mark my calender for next time.

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