Camano Island glass artist Jack Archibald recently donated this large window to the Camano Center’s Second Chance Thrift Store. Titled “Future Cannery,” the peice used about 40 recycled canning jar lids. Archibald’s work, much of it donated, can be viewed at the fire stations on Camano and many other places in north Snohomish County.

Camano Island glass artist Jack Archibald recently donated this large window to the Camano Center’s Second Chance Thrift Store. Titled “Future Cannery,” the peice used about 40 recycled canning jar lids. Archibald’s work, much of it donated, can be viewed at the fire stations on Camano and many other places in north Snohomish County.

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