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For more than 20 year the local chapter of the Moose fraternal organization has supported Valley communities by fundraising and hosting events for services and charities. The group is determined to keep supporting those in need.
Summer is known as the hungriest time of the year for kids because many children who are in food programs at school are no longer provided breakfast and lunch when the school year ends. The Cleaning Authority in North Bend hosted a drive, The Cleaning Authority Cares Summer Food Drive, to fight summer hunger. The company collected donations of kid-friendly foods that require little or no preparation.
One of the huge benefits of writing for a weekly newspaper is time. For most of the events we cover, there is usually time enough between the actual happening and the deadline to write about it to assimilate the information. We can process first impressions with the details from our notes, ask follow-up questions, maybe find some points of comparison with past events, then sit down to write a report that gives readers the important details and possibly even entertains them.
Out of the Past: North Bend woman catches 7-lb. walleye; Si View Babe Ruth team takes league championship
The following stories happened this week, 25 and 50 years ago, as reported in the Snoqualmie Valley Record. From the Record's archives:
State Superintendent Randy Dorn announced July 21 the release of nearly $317 million in capital construction money, including more than $7 million to the Snoqualmie Valley School District for its construction of a sixth elementary school, set to open this fall.