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Out of the Past: Leap year birthday means 76-year-old woman turns 19; Greg Hart hired as Mount Si asst. principal

Thursday, Feb. 23, 1989

• The Snoqualmie City Council approves the mailing of a letter to King County by City Planner Leroy Gmazel, listing his many problems with the proposed  Snoqualmie Valley Community Plan. Gmazel says the plan is too inflexible on water quality protections and rules avoiding construction that impacts flooding.

• Greg Hart has been appointed assistant principal and director of student activities at Mount Si High School. He replaced Don White, who retired. Hart was a Mount Si physical education teacher and assistant principal at Snoqualmie Middle School.

Thursday, Feb. 27, 1964

• Saturday, Feb. 29, will be Mrs. Elizabeth Parmelee’s 18th birthday, although she will be 76 years old. She was born on a leap year. This would be her 19th birthday, except one time she had to wait eight years for a birthday instead of four.

 

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