Valley organizations take part in Eastside Baby Corner’s Diaper Derby

More than 20 area businesses are headed for the starting gate in this year’s Diaper Derby for Eastside Baby Corner. The Diaper Derby is a month-long diaper collection; businesses compete to collect the most diapers.

Among this year’s contenders are several Snoqualmie Valley organizations, Nintendo, Snoqualmie Valley Moose Lodge, Snoqualmie Valley YMCA and IRG Physical and Hand Therapy.

Also in the race are See Kai Run, RozeeCheeks Baby Boutique, Sammamish City Council, Coldstream Capital Management, Dacels Jewelers, Insperity, Marlow’s Fine Jewelry, Clarisonic, Highlands Council, Gemini Fish Market, Carters, Swedish Medical Group, Hilton Garden Inn &Homewood Suites -Issaquah, Heritage Bank, Top Pot Doughnuts, Evergreen Speech and Hearing, Issaquah Coffee Company and Small Threads for Kids

The derby runs from Friday, May 5 to Saturday, June 10.

Help your favorite business win by bringing a donation of diapers, pull ups or overnights to any participating place of business throughout the competition.

Track the derby’s progress at www.babycorner.org/diaper-derby.

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