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Freeland resident is 1st Lieutenant

The 2010 officers of the Nile Shrine Drum and Bugle Corps are Illustrious Potentate Sat Tashiro, Drum Corps Adjutant Scott Coykendall, Drum Corps 1st Lieutenant Frank Jacobson, Drum Corps Captain Lance Schwartz and Treasurer Glen Bailey. - Photo courtesy of Frank Jacobson
The 2010 officers of the Nile Shrine Drum and Bugle Corps are Illustrious Potentate Sat Tashiro, Drum Corps Adjutant Scott Coykendall, Drum Corps 1st Lieutenant Frank Jacobson, Drum Corps Captain Lance Schwartz and Treasurer Glen Bailey.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Frank Jacobson

Freeland resident Frank Jacobson was recently installed as the 1st Lieutenant of the Nile Shrine Drum and Bugle Corps located in Mountlake Terrace.

The Shriners Drum and Bugle Corps and other Shrine clubs perform at many area events, including the Island County Fair Parade each August, raising funds to support the Shriners’ children’s hospitals.

Shriners International supports Shriners Hospitals for Children, an international healthcare system of 22 hospitals dedicated to improving the lives of children by providing specialty pediatric care, innovative research and outstanding teaching programs. Anyone interested in

joining the Shrine and any of its clubs can contact the Nile Shrine at 425-774-9611.

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