In observance of Memorial Day on Monday, May 31st, the City of Yakima’s Tahoma Cemetery offers solemn reminders about the meaning of the national holiday.
Author: City of Yakima
Our photo of the week is courtesy Yakima Valley Museum, showing its first guests after re-opening for the first time in over a year. The museum is open again with new exhibits and COVID-19 protocols in place. Click Yakima’s History Museum | Yakima Valley Museum | United States (yvmuseum.org) for more information.
This week’s photo is a montage showing activity at the State Fair Park COVID-19 vaccination center. The montage was created by the Washington State Department of Health for National Public Health Week. State Fair Park is the first fully FEMA-funded COVID-19 vaccination site in the country. Click http://spr.ly/6188HIUiE for details.
Yakima Valley Libraries re-opened to the public on March 1st, with COVID-19 protocols in place such as mask-wearing. Click Home – Yakima Valley Libraries (yvl.org) for more about our area’s recently re-opened libraries.
This week’s photo is courtesy of the Yakima Police Department. It shows K9 Trex celebrating his 4th birthday last week. YPD’s birthday wishes for Trex on Facebook noted, “We are lucky to have you in the department. Our officers and the community are safer with you here. Hope you got a chance to relax and … Continued
This week’s photo is from the City of Yakima Harman Center’s “Be Grateful! Be Thankful!” event. This winning photo was submitted by Inez Harris.