Thank you for, Mount Peak Historical Fire Lookout Association supporters

Keep a lookout for future information during this fundraising phase.

Thank you, to everyone who visited the Mount Peak Historical Fire Lookout Association booth at the Enumclaw Street Fair. We greatly appreciate your contributions: financially, informational and memories of the old fire tower. Your enthusiasm and positive feedback reinforced our purpose and mission to build a tower where the old one used to be and give people an opportunity to learn a bit of Enumclaw history and experience some spectacular views at the top of Mount Peak.

Keep a lookout for future information during this fundraising phase. Our contact information: buildthetower@yahoo.com or visit us on Facebook at Mt. Peak Fire Lookout Tower.

Anne Cosgrove

Mount Peak Historical Fire Lookout Association

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