The 2017 Citizens Academy graduates were recognized at the Oct. 23 Snoqualmie City Council meeting. Pictured from left, are: standing - Mayor Matt Larson, James Mayhew, Tom Wood, James Rowland, Jennifer DeShong, Ann Logelin, Julie Gran, Richard Scheel Peggy Shepard, Karl Reinsch Luke Marusiak; and kneeling: Birol Shaha, Kate Schenkman, Iya Brown and Stephanie Rosolack. Graduates not in attendance were Jeff Hamlin, Lesley Shepard, Taylor Schulte, Kim Loop and Sallie Ewen. (Evan Pappas/Staff Photo)

Snoqualmie recognizes 2017 Citizens Academy graduates

  • Wednesday, November 1, 2017 4:34pm
  • Life

The city of Snoqualmie recognized the graduates of the 2017 Citizens Academy at their Oct. 23, meeting.

Graduates included Iya Brown, Jennifer DeShong, Sallie Ewen, Julie Gran, Jeff Hamlin, Ann Logelin, Kim Loop, Luke Marusiak, James Mayhew, Karl Reinsch, Stephanie Rosolack, James Rowland, Richard Scheel, Kate Schenkman, Taylor Schulte, Birol Shaha, Peggy Shepard, Lesley Sheppard and Tom Wood.

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