The Summer Party: A Fearey Group Tradition

Amy Snow Landa / August 13, 2015

We definitely work hard at The Fearey Group. But once in a while we like to play hard, too. Our annual summer party is definitely one of those times. Recently we celebrated another great year together by heading to Aqua Verde Cafe & Paddle Club for an afternoon of kayaking around Lake Union and enjoying the beauty of this great city.

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The view from Aqua Verde looks serene. But look out – here comes The Fearey Group, ready for action.

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Natasha and Diane are the first in their kayak. Looks like they’re in it to win it.

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Truth be told, a lot of the photos with Aaron show him checking his phone or kicking back while Chris paddles. Here’s one where he’s actually paddling!

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Woman overboard! Rachel found the water inviting and jumped in, getting a thumbs up from Heather.


Even on the water, we’re always thinking of our beloved Seahawks! #GoHawks!


After a long afternoon of kayaking, there’s nothing better than… dried apples?

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Amy Snow Landa

Account Supervisor + Editorial Strategist

Amy has more than 15 years of health journalism and communications experience, including extensive reporting on health care policy for news organizations that include The Seattle Times, American Medical News and Health News Daily. She spent four years reporting in Washington, D.C., mostly on Capitol Hill. As an account supervisor at The Fearey Group, her recent and current clients include Humana, Providence Health & Services, UCSF Medical Center, Seattle Reproductive Medicine and Perkins Coie LLC.

A native Minnesotan, Amy earned a bachelor’s degree in political science at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota, and a master’s degree in health journalism, with a graduate minor in bioethics, at the University of Minnesota.

Amy lived in Japan for three years, including two years as a teacher and translator on the small island of Zamami in Okinawa.