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On Lummi Island, veteran Paul Davis has dedicated 50 years to his community

Street- and park-naming honors his volunteer work in schools, library and nonprofits

Paul Davis, 97, stands next to the sign for the newly named Paul Davis Park with headphones on next to a woman with a bright red umbrella.
Paul Davis, 97, stands next to the sign for the newly named Paul Davis Park, formerly referred to as "ferry orchard park" by the locals and "ferry parking lot" by visitors, Saturday, Nov. 4. (Andrew Ford/Cascadia Daily News)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
LUMMI ISLAND —  97-year-old World War II veteran Paul Davis remembers how he first came to th

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