Bayview Food Services director Dan Galvin helps a bazaar guest with her shopping. Photo courtesy of Bayview Retirement Community
Bayview Food Services director Dan Galvin helps a bazaar guest with her shopping. Photo courtesy of Bayview Retirement Community
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On Dec. 9, the Bayview Retirement Community (11 W. Aloha St.) had its third-annual drop-in Bazaar, which residents, staff, family, friends and the greater community attended for an array of handmade crafts, baked goods and more.

The total profits of $4,400 from the event will support the work of Mary’s Place, a Seattle nonprofit organization empowering homeless women and their children to reclaim their lives.  

Bayview thanks everyone for their support in making this community-building event a huge success.