The Loren Miller Bar Association (LMBA) recently hosted its highly anticipated annual Founders' Day Picnic at the beautiful Lincoln Park in West Seattle.
First and foremost, we would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all those who attended and made this event a resounding success. Your presence and support were truly invaluable, and it was a joyous occasion to see the LMBA community come together.
We would be remiss not to express our deepest appreciation to one of LMBA's Founders Lem Howell and wife Pat Howell. Lem Howell's unwavering commitment and support deserves immense recognition, and we are truly honored to have him as part of our community. We'd also like to extend a special thank you to the Lil Reds Catering, who provided the delicious spread of Jamaican BBQ and Soul food. The food was delicious and plentiful. LMBA donated the remaining food to a local shelter, Camp Second Chance, following the event.
The annual Founders' Day Picnic serves as a reminder of the LMBA's rich history. It is through events like these that we strengthen our sense of community and foster connections that will continue to propel us forward in our mission.
Cheers to Founder Lem Howell, his wife Pat, Lil Reds, and the entire LMBA community for a remarkable celebration of LMBA's legacy and the spirit of unity and progress it represents.