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Fans Cheer Mariners

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Published:2016-06-05 Sports
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Fans Cheer Mariners

BELLEVUE, Wash. – An enthusiastic group of Mariners fans from Pacific Regent of Bellevue received a rare treat when they watched the Mariners beat the Rays 6-5 from the owner’s box at Safeco Field Wednesday May 11th. Not only did they enjoy box seats, they also witnessed an exciting finish.

“The best thing about the day? The walk off homerun for the win! I don’t get to see that too often,” said Stuart Hood, one of the Pacific Regent neighbors in attendance.

Professional sports events are among a long list of favorite pastimes for these thriving Bellevue residents. From wine tastings to air shows and book signings, they are always on the go.

Above Left: Loretta and Mort Kuznetz enjoying a hug from Mariner Moose at the owner’s box

Below, left to right: Betty Chamberlain, Bonnie Riach, Barbara Prescott, Mariner Moose, Arlene Bemben and Jean Sturton, enjoying the owner’s box at Safeco Field on May 11, 2016

About Pacific Regent Bellevue
Pacific Regent Bellevue, 919 109th Ave. NE, offers private residences up to 1800 square feet, along with an array of services designed to support 21st century seniors in pursuit of a healthy, active lifestyle. The 18-story building is located in downtown Bellevue, directly across from the King County Library. On-site amenities include a beautiful rose garden, indoor lap pool, fitness center, and inviting dining room. For those recuperating from illness or surgery, rehabilitation therapies are also available on site at The Springs, a Medicare-certified skilled nursing center. Pacific Regent is proudly managed by Watermark Retirement Communities. Long respected as one of the nation’s leading seniors’ housing innovators, Watermark is committed to creating extraordinary communities where people thrive. For more information, visit www.watermarkcommunities.com.




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