Three generations of women from one Tri-City family have waited tables at Ray’s Golden Lion Restaurant in Richland. Pictured from left in this 1997 photo are Misty Hahn, 22, of Kennewick, Hahn’s grandmother, Betty Gibson, 70, of Richland, and Hahn’s mother, Sharon Ferrell, 45, also of Richland. They were looking forward to sitting down to celebrate Mother’s Day.
Three generations of women from one Tri-City family have waited tables at Ray’s Golden Lion Restaurant in Richland. Pictured from left in this 1997 photo are Misty Hahn, 22, of Kennewick, Hahn’s grandmother, Betty Gibson, 70, of Richland, and Hahn’s mother, Sharon Ferrell, 45, also of Richland. They were looking forward to sitting down to celebrate Mother’s Day. File Tri-City Herald
Three generations of women from one Tri-City family have waited tables at Ray’s Golden Lion Restaurant in Richland. Pictured from left in this 1997 photo are Misty Hahn, 22, of Kennewick, Hahn’s grandmother, Betty Gibson, 70, of Richland, and Hahn’s mother, Sharon Ferrell, 45, also of Richland. They were looking forward to sitting down to celebrate Mother’s Day. File Tri-City Herald

From the archives: Three generations of women work at Ray’s Golden Lion in Richland

May 05, 2016 01:00 AM

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