Dressed as Snow White, Eliana O’Neill (center), of Portland, chats with other Disney fans at the eighth annual Pacific Northwest Mouse Meet at the Lynnwood Convention Center on Saturday, July 9, 2016. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Disney magic a strong magnet at Mouse Meet in Lynnwood

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