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Downtown gives thanks for street dance | LETTER TO THE EDITOR

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To the editor:

The 2014 July 3 Street Dance in downtown Winslow was the most successful in history. Record numbers of friends, neighbors and families came to party and to enjoy wonderful food, beverage, dancing and fun.

The event is produced by the Bainbridge Island Downtown Association and focuses on launching the Grand Old Fourth celebration with an old fashioned community street dance. Avalara’s all-employee band, The Tax Authorities, kicked off the festivities on the main stage, followed by Mike Sharp and the Lubricators for the 10th consecutive year. Back by popular demand, Mutha Knows Best rocked the house and DJVee kept the vibe alive for the younger set with current favorites.

We are so grateful to our sponsors, Columbia Bank, Avalara, Harrison Medical Center and John L. Scott Real Estate for making it possible for us to produce the event. A very special shout out to all the incredible volunteers who did the heavy lifting and to the community for making the evening so special.

JERRI LANE

Executive Director

Bainbridge Island Downtown Association

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