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With bright blue skies and sparkling waters of the Potomac as a backdrop, the Alexandria Seaport Foundation celebrated the accomplishments of four apprentices on Friday, July 26.
Apprentice graduate Anthony Ness stands in front of one of several original pieces he has ...
Mari Lou Livingood, executive director of Alexandria Seaport Foundation, watches the apprentices receive their certificates.
Former Executive Director Kent S. Barnekov smiles as he accepts a hand-crafted wood chair made ...
Families and friends celebrate as apprentice of 10 months Nashell Dennis , apprentice of 4 ...
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