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Dozens of vendors representing services and products will be on hand, and yes, there is free lunch

BARBARA SHERMAN - Several of the 2017 King City Expo vendors gathered in the King City Clubhouse parking lot on Aug. 11 for a photo with Threadgill's Memorial Services' Harley Davidson motorcycle hearse. From left are Debbie Hart-Hartman of Hearthstone at Murrayhill; Ron and Debra Threadgill of Threadgill's Memorial Services; Maiya Martin Burbank with King City Senior Village; Lana Buckles with Bonaventure of Tigard; Blair Wyatt, member of the King City Civic Association Board of Directors; Brian Keeble with HomeStreet Bank; Maria Cheeseman with Prestige Senior Living; Ron Brown, event co-manager; Haley Richardson with HomeStreet Bank; Jane Larsen with Jane Ink, who does all the Expo graphics; and Kathy Peper with To Your Door Spa & Salon and the event manager.The sixth annual King City Expo is set for Friday, Sept. 22, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the King City Clubhouse.

Seventy vendors representing a wide variety of services and programs will have tables throughout the clubhouse, and in addition, there will be multiple food offerings provided by six food vendors.

Breakfast breads will be served in the morning, followed by lunch starting at 11:30 a.m. HomeStreet Bank will provide coffee plus lemonade or another cold beverage; and Hearthstone at Murrayhill is offering Thai chicken salad and truffles created by its new chef, who is a chocolatier.

Prestige Senior Living/Riverwood Assisted Living will provide macaroni and cheese, and Bonaventure in Tigard will offer salads.

Linda Smith of Notes of Celebration will provide music throughout the day.

One of the more unusual attractions at King City Expo 2017 will be a custom-built, fully functioning Harley Davidson motorcycle hearse owned by Ron and Debra Threadgill of Threadgill's Memorial Services.

The distinctive vehicle was hand-crafted from a 2016 Harley Road King Coach by Tombstone Hearse & Trike, and can transport both caskets and urns throughout the Pacific Northwest for bikers and non-bikers alike. It also is available for fundraising and other public events.

There are several Tombstone Trike Hearses on the East Coast plus more overseas, but the one owned by the Threadgills is the first in the Pacific Northwest, and it drew quite a crowd when it was parked in front of the King City Clubhouse for a photo with some of the Expo vendors.

Threadgill's offers burial, cremation, veterans' services, home funerals, pre-arrangements and now Your Last Ride.

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