A citizen’s education at Snoqualmie academy

  - Seth Truscott/Staff Photo
— image credit: Seth Truscott/Staff Photo

Members of the Snoqualmie Citizen Academy’s Class of 2011 accept their diplomas at the Monday, Oct. 24, council meeting. A full group of 30 took part in the latest academy, now entering its sixth year. The event was started by City Clerk Jodi Warren as a way to educate residents on how their city government functions; according to Warren, Snoqualmie’s academy is unique, probably the most comprehensive in the state. Over the last five years, about 150 people have taken part.

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