Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Board Commissioner, Ryan Roberts, has been selected to receive a 2015 “40 Under 40” award, by the Puget Sound Business Journal.
Three Girl Scouts from Carnation and Fall City have received the Girl Scout Gold Award, for making a sustainable change to their community for the better. Fewer than 6 percent of Girl Scouts earn the Gold Award.
Snoqualmie Fire Department will offer a class on first aid and CPR with an automated external defibrillator or AED, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12 at the fire station.
Two Duvall students have been named to the Whitworth University Laureate Society.
A recent graduate of Colgate University, Caroline Brawner of Snoqualmie has been nominated for the 2015 NCAA Woman of the Year award. The award is to recognize graduating female college athletes who have excelled in service and leadership in academics and athletics.
Carnation Co-op Preschool is hosting an open house event for parents and children, 10:30 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Aug. 29.
Zoe Gogan of Fall City and Kyle Florence of North Bend received undergraduate degrees from Montana State University on May 9.
Paul Sitkowski of Carnation was awarded the Top Scholar-Athlete award by the North Star Athletic Association at the University of Jamestown.
Among the Washington State University Class of 2015 graduates were several area students from North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, Carnation, and Duvall.
Snoqualmie Police hosted a barbecue for National Night Out, on Tuesday, Aug. 4, in North Bend’s Si View Park.
Bartell Drugs welcomes donations for its 12th annual “School Tools for Kids in Need,” through Aug. 29 at all Bartell locations.
Seattle-based REI is inviting its 5.5 million members and the outdoor community to have a direct effect on the trails they love, including the Middle Fork Trail on the Snoqualmie River. Members can vote in the Every Trail Connects program, REI.com/trails, to direct funding to their favorite trails.
In August of 1890 the Snoqualmie Depot was built. Now, 125 years later, Snoqualmie will be celebrating the historic building during Railroad Days.
The Snoqualmie Firefighters Association is holding its annual fundraising pancake breakfast, 7 to 11 a.m., Saturday Aug. 15 during Snoqualmie’s Railroad Days. Breakfast will be served at the Snoqualmie Fire Station, 37600 S.E. Snoqualmie Parkway.
What’s cooler than a five-foot replica of the Death Star made from Legos? Not much, but some of the other things Dan Parker, aka Dan the Lego Man is working on might be just as cool.
The Northwest Railway Museum’s steam program is continuing work on the restoration of two steam locomotives, but neither the former Northern Pacific Railway locomotive 924 or the Baldwin Locomotive Works’ “10-wheeler” locomotive 14 will be running in time for this weekend’s Railroad Days activities.
It is a real honor to be chosen as the Grand Marshal of this Saturday’s Railroad Days parade, says Matt Wenman, but it can’t really compare with getting stuck, with the Mount Si High School band, on a bus on Snoqualmie Pass for hours.
You already know how great your pet is, but why not let everyone see it for themselves? Bring your critter to the Festival at Mount Si, and let him or her strut their stuff in the Amazing Pet Contest, starting at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Community Stage.
It’s no sport for the faint of heart, but it might be for lightweights. The return of the wife-carrying contest to the Festival at Mount Si fun and games promises all of the excitement of the inaugural event, from the (gulp) public weighing-in of the wives to the final photo finish.
Kids and adults get messy and very, very full in the Cherry Pie Eating Contest, at 2:15 p.m. Saturday on the community stage. Competitors, without using their hands, attempt to eat as many pies as possible in the allowed time.