On May 30, 2000, descendants of the Mukilteo's original Japanese immigrants join with town citizens to honor the community's historic example of harmonious race relations. A bronze origami crane sculpted by artist Darryl Smith is unveiled. The marker symbolizes one town's efforts toward racial peace and harmony. A symbol of peace and harmony that honors the warm friendship of Japanese American children with their Mukilteo peers. Mukilteo is located in Snohomish County on Possession Sound. The monument is erected in Heritage Park at 1126 5th Street in Mukilteo.