Si View Park celebrates a new look, features: Photo gallery

  - Kira Clark/Staff Photo
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Brenden Elwood, President of the Si View Parks Commission, cut the ribbon officially opening the park (pictured below). “It’s a collaborative effort. We have a lot of passion and great staff,” Elwood said. “We had a vision and we executed a plan to see that vision implemented.”


Above, Ryan Ruffin is a pro when it comes to scaling the playground walls at Si View Park. “I love that there is a place close by where the kids can just runaround and get some energy out,” said Morgan Ruffin, Ryan’s mom. “It gives the kids something fun to do.”

Above, Six-year-old Izzey Milstein and her four-year-old brother Ian Milstein enjoy eating snow cones at the park. “Ya, you know. I like that they are snowy,” said Izzey. “I like the red part the best.”

Above, Luis Lopez sells fresh fruit and vegetables every Thursday night in North Bend. “It is good to sell the stuff here. I love the people. Everyone is a very good customer,” Lopez said.

Above, Art Farash is out shopping for locally grown produce with his wife at the Mount Si. Farmer’s Market. “She does all the shopping, I just tag along,” Farash said.








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