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Steele's throw a barn bash

Charlie and Barbara Steele celebrate their historical Cline barn’s 80th birthday with a party for friends and neighbors on June 14.  - Photo by Judy Reandeau Stipe
Charlie and Barbara Steele celebrate their historical Cline barn’s 80th birthday with a party for friends and neighbors on June 14.
— image credit: Photo by Judy Reandeau Stipe

Charlie and Barbara Steele celebrated their historical Cline barn’s 80th birthday with a party for friends and neighbors on June 14.

In addition to a giant cake that read “Happy Birthday Big Red,” Jim Faddis and Prairie Flyer played foot-stomping bluegrass music .

Special moments were shared when Sequim pioneer Bob Clark, former Clallam County treasurer and owner of the “Oldest Documented Farm in Washington State,” gave an impromptu history lesson about his uncle’s barn.

 

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