Kent Station and Duke’s Chowder House To Honor Kent, Washington's Little League All-Stars August 29
August 24, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports NewsKent Station and Dukeís Chowder House are teaming up Wednesday, August 29 to honor Kentís Little League All-Stars to celebrate their hard work this season. The State Champion All-Stars wrapped up their 2007 season by making it to the final game of the Northwest Regional Tournament in San Bernardino, California, finishing just shy of earning a spot in the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
In honor of the teamís valiant effort, Kent Station and Dukeís Chowder House will host a celebration next Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at the Kent Station fountain stage in front of AMC Theaters. Kent Mayor Suzette Cooke, Kent Station General Manager John Hinds and All-Stars Manager Steve Wright will speak at the celebration. The general public is invited to attend to congratulate the team of 12-year-olds and their coach Scott McGuire.
ďItís a major accomplishment for this team to go as far as it did,Ē Hinds said. ďWeíre excited to welcome the boys home and to congratulate them on a fantastic season.Ē
For more information about the event, contact Hinds at Kent Station at 253-856-2301 or visit Kent Station on the Web at www.kentstation.com.
Kent Station is an urban village developed by Seattle-based Tarragon Development Company and located on 18 acres in the heart of downtown Kent, Washington on Ramsay Way. The 470,000 sq. ft., mixed-use project features office, retail and entertainment including a 14-screen AMC Theaters Cineplex, a branch campus of Green River Community College and a multitude of eateries including Dukeís Chowder House.