The local YMCA Daddy Daughter Adventure Guides program “Rainbow Sparkles” began a holiday project two weeks ago to help those in need for a Thanksgiving meal.
A dozen representatives from Troop/Crew 466 and Pack 452 were on hand to serve as color guard Nov. 11 for the Mount Si Senior Center’s annual Veterans Day luncheon.
More than 500 guests gathered at Camp Korey this fall for Grow, an annual fundraising event that this year brought in $1.6 million Camp Korey. Held at the historic Carnation Farm, Grow included food and wine pairings, an auction and camper Stage Night, experiencing just a hint of the magic that 4,655 campers and families enjoy all year round.
Kathryn A. Hixon of Duvall was named to the Columbia College dean’s list for the June-August and August-October sessions.
Biola University in La Mirada, Calif., named 1,566 students to its dean’s list for spring. Among the students honored were North Bend residents Shannon Barnhart and Rebecca Mott.
On Saturday, Nov 7, Encompass hosted its 13th annual autumn gala at the TPC Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club, earning the organization more than $345,000 in support of its 26 programs.
Because what happens early in life matters: Encompass has released a new strategic plan, mission and vision to better serve the changing needs of the community.
Students in Mount Si High School’s environmental science and horticulture classes earned top honors at the Puyallup Fair this fall for posters they created to promote a greater understanding of agriculture education.
On Friday, Nov. 13, 19 students at DMW Martial Arts in Snoqualmie passed their final test to earn their black belts.
Fire Chief Lee Soptich and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3436 Senior Vice Commander David Waggoner are seeking Scout troops, Girl Scouts or Boy Scouts, within the Eastside Fire and Rescue area to assist with the flag protocol process at local fire stations. The leaders are looking for troops in the Sammamish, Issaquah, North Bend, and May Valley areas to become affiliates.
The Sno-Valley Senior Center marks its 40th anniversary this November, and invites the public to come in to learn more about the Carnation center and partake in any of its scheduled events.
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital’s Home Equipment Loan Program (HELP) will hold a fundraising rummage sale, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 21, at the center, 38565 S.E. River St. Snoqualmie.
Mount Si Artist Guild hosts a free holiday card workshop, noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 21, at the American Legion Hall, 38625 S.E. River St., Snoqualmie.
The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce hosts its 2015 annual gala, 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 20 at the Snoqualmie Casino Ballroom.
Stop by the North Bend QFC Thursday, to say good-bye to Starbucks kiosk manager Denise Duff.
Tolt Historical Society invites the public to its November meeting featuring guest speaker Audra Mulkern, writer, photographer and farm to table documentarian, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11, at Sno-Valley Senior Center in Carnation.
Young Life of Snoqualmie Valley held its annual fundraising banquet, named “Branches” by one of the students, because the organization is “branching” out this year to reach children in the Valley.
Two Valley piano students studying piano at SnoValley Piano Studio in Snoqualmie, passed their fourth grade exams with the Royal Conservatory Music Development Program, an international program for piano students in North America. Both students passed with high honors.
Eastside Catholic School reported that 10 students were named Commended Students in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program, including Casey Krueger of North Bend.
It is a team event, and a fundraiser for cancer research, but it’s not Relay for Life. It’s Bark for Life, a day of fun for dogs and their owners, organized by Mount Si High School’s Key Club, in support of Relay for Life.