Photos by Tag: anderson

August 5th, 2008

Hawks reunite

If you loved Anacortes High School boys basketball in the late Sixties and Seventies, you would have loved to have been at Seafarers’ Memorial last weekend. Prompted by an opportunity to honor their coach, Loren Anderson, dozens of players gathered in Anacortes on August 2. Among those who spoke at the event were Al Johnson, […]

August 2nd, 2008

Coach Anderson

Loren Anderson, coach of Anacortes High School boys basketball from 1967-79, was honored Saturday morning by dozens of former players. Also on hand was Ray Freier, who served as Anderson’s assistant. “Coach” spoke shortly after the unveiling of a large poster that details his teams’ successes during the 12-year run here. He cited “work ethic” […]

April 2nd, 2006

Sister City

Sister City Sidney’s Town Crier makes a proclamation Sunday morning at a ceremony marking the inaugural sailing of the international ferry between Anacortes and Sidney. Behind the Crier (l. to r.) are Anacortes Sister City President Duane Clark, Anacortes Mayor Dean Maxwell, Sidney Town Mayor Don Amos and Washington State Ferries (WSF) Director Mike Anderson.

August 25th, 2005

Across the channel

This photograph was taken Thursday morning from the beach at the city’s “N” Avenue Park. Visible beyond the cormorant-spotted wharf is Guemes Island and the Anderson General Store (in front of red tower).

December 9th, 2004

State ferries director

Acting State Ferries Executive Director Mike Anderson dropped anchor in Anacortes Thursday, unveiling plans for improvements at the state ferry terminal at Ship Harbor. Anderson, a 31-year WSF employee, is an applicant for the position he is currently filling on an interim basis. See “Ferry Terminal Makeover” in Activities section for details about terminal upgrade […]

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