With “adopted grandmother” Michele Tanis at her side, Madison Davis, then 6, of Snohomish reacts upon discovering she can reach into an air pocket inside a water feature at the Imagine Children’s Museum in Everett in May. (Dan Bates/Herald file photo)

With “adopted grandmother” Michele Tanis at her side, Madison Davis, then 6, of Snohomish reacts upon discovering she can reach into an air pocket inside a water feature at the Imagine Children’s Museum in Everett in May. (Dan Bates/Herald file photo)

Editorial: Imagine museum a vital resource for families

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