Mariners, T-birds tickets up for grabs at Kent Downtown auction

The Kent Downtown Partnership has scheduled its annual Anniversary Board Installation for June 21 at the Kent Senior Activities Center.

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KDP event is June 21

The Kent Downtown Partnership has scheduled its annual Anniversary Board Installation for June 21 at the Kent Senior Activities Center.

The event runs 5:30-9:30 p.m. and includes a dinner and auction.

Auction items include 12 months of floral arrangements, four Mariner box-seat tickets and a Seattle Thunderbirds suite, to name a few.

Admission is $50 a person. For more information or to make reservations, call the KDP at 253-813-6976, send e-mails to kdp@kentdowntown.org, or visit www.kentdowntown.org.

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