Thursday, January 26, 2012

On They Lived in Salishan: Darachan and Kiri

One of the most enjoyable aspects of the Martin Luther King Day potluck at Tim and Deb's was visiting with Baha'i friends we hadn't seen in a long time. I was especially thrilled to see Darachan and her son Kiri. I met Darachan and her husband at the train station when they first arrived in Tacoma many years ago. Cambodian refugees who once lived in Camp 6 on the Thai border, they were on to careers of great service in our community. Another thing I distinctly remember was that they, too, once lived in Salishan, that neighborhood that has been so much a focus of the Baha'i institure process in our cluster.

It happened in Salishan yesterday -- Baha'i children's class -- mobile phone photo below by Lisa. -gw

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