A major “draw” at Chamber of Commerce functions is the opportunity to build relationships and enjoy those already established. Even when the program is serious, such as this week’s “State of the City” report by Mayor Dean Maxwell, there are inevitably “lighter side” moments. Pictured here responding to Mayor Maxwell’s hints at youthful antics are (r. to l.) Chamber of Commerce President Mike Trafton (Bank of the Pacific), Anacortes Museum Direct Steve Oakley, immediate past Chamber President Zee Hogan, City of Anacortes Human Resources Director Emily Schuh and financial advisor Duncan Frazier. Maxwell and Trafton’s friendship dates back to elementary school days, and although the mayor did not provide details, he hinted that their common history included some mischievous adventures.
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