Who dropped off mystery fish at Issaquah Salmon Hatchery?

January 2, 2014

By Greg Farrar

NEW — 2 p.m. Jan. 2, 2014

Jane Kuechle, executive director of Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery, enjoys the 5-foot-tall salmon chainsaw art mysteriously donated in the wee hours of Jan. 2 by an anonymous sculptor at the front entrance to the hatchery. ‘It’s gorgeous, and thank you,’ is what she said she would like to tell the artist. ‘We’d love to know who did it.’ — By Greg Farrar (See story in the Jan. 8 Issaquah Press.)

Jane Kuechle, executive director of Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery, enjoys the 5-foot-tall salmon chainsaw art mysteriously donated in the wee hours of Jan. 2 by an anonymous sculptor at the front entrance to the hatchery. ‘It’s gorgeous, and thank you,’ is what she said she would like to tell the artist. ‘We’d love to know who did it.’ — By Greg Farrar (See story in the Jan. 8 Issaquah Press.)

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