Rick Steves (right) at Trinity Place, the Lynnwood property he donated this year to YWCA Snohomish County. He was joined by (from left) Trinity Place resident Ricanna (holding child), Lynnwood Mayor Nicola Smith and YWCA Executive Director Mary Anne Dillon. (Contributed photo)

Rick Steves (right) at Trinity Place, the Lynnwood property he donated this year to YWCA Snohomish County. He was joined by (from left) Trinity Place resident Ricanna (holding child), Lynnwood Mayor Nicola Smith and YWCA Executive Director Mary Anne Dillon. (Contributed photo)

Travel maven Rick Steves donates millions right here at home

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