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Construction vs. Cancer

  • Friday, September 28, 2018 11:55am
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A family friendly festival called Construction VS. Cancer will take place at Cedar Mountain Reclamation Facility in Maple Valley.

The event is being put on by the American Cancer Society (ACS), according to a flyer from ACS.

There will be games, food, live entertainment and Blitz from the Seahawks will be there as well.

The best part of all is kids of all ages will be able to play on real construction equipment.

Each child will also receive a plastic hard hat and treats.

A group of the Children’s Hospital will also come out to play on the equipment.

Tickets for this event are $15. To buy tickets and learn more about this event, go to

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