Framed by a basket of bread rolls, Erika Beaudin and her son Saul, 1, listen as a standing room only crowd attends a panel discussion of SSA Marine's Gateway Terminal project at Cherry Point on Wednesday April 27, 2011 at the Northwood Hall in Bellingham. Teh panle dicussion was held by the Bellingham City Club.
Framed by a basket of bread rolls, Erika Beaudin and her son Saul, 1, listen as a standing room only crowd attends a panel discussion of SSA Marine's Gateway Terminal project at Cherry Point on Wednesday April 27, 2011 at the Northwood Hall in Bellingham. Teh panle dicussion was held by the Bellingham City Club. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Framed by a basket of bread rolls, Erika Beaudin and her son Saul, 1, listen as a standing room only crowd attends a panel discussion of SSA Marine's Gateway Terminal project at Cherry Point on Wednesday April 27, 2011 at the Northwood Hall in Bellingham. Teh panle dicussion was held by the Bellingham City Club. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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