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Kathleen Neely from Mukilteo NOAA Lab to speak to Mukilteo Historical Society meeting this Thursday

Jul 11, 2018

Get a glimmer of the workings of the NOAA Mukilteo Research Station from Marine Biologist Kathleen Neely.  She has called the lab home for the past 10 years, and will discuss the Field Station's past, current and future projects.

Ms. Neely grew up in the coastal town of Misquamicut, Rhode Island, where she loved "looking for critters in the tide pools."

Kathleen's love of marine life included school jobs such as seal feeder at the Mystic Marinelife Aquarium.

After college she relocated to Seattle to continue developing a career in marine biology.  Several positions later she joined NOAA in 1992, working her way up from lab tech to marine biologist.

Since 2008 Kathleen has worked in Mukilteo.  Her tenure gives her great insights into the facility and its people.

Come join us to learn more about the history of this obscure organization and its relationship to Mukilteo.   The meeting is open to the public and begins at 7 p.m. at Rosehill Community Center.

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