The City of North Bend has an open position on its parks commission, open to Valley residents age 16 to 18. Qualified applicants must live within the Snoqualmie Valley School District boundaries.
Several Valley students received degrees from Gonzaga University at the May 8 commencement ceremony.
A total of 637 candidates for degrees were presented at the Linfield College commencement exercises Sunday, May 29 in McMinnville, Ore.
If this were a typical summer, Mount Si High School junior Emma Smith would be "hanging out with my friends, probably at the river or around a bonfire and playing a lot of basketball."
Old Friends Club Founder and Executive Director Karen Koenig recently received a Service Recognition Award from the Washington State Association of Senior Centers.
Camp Invention, a summer enrichment day camp program, supported by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and a product of the National Inventors Hall of Fame (NIHF), is coming to Cascade View Elementary School the week of June 27.
Cassandra Dantzscher of Duvall graduated from Bethel University in St. Paul, Minn., following the spring semester. She received a bachelor's degree in social work.
Local students were among the more than 750 undergraduate and graduate-level students who received diplomas in commencement ceremonies at George Fox University in Newberg, Ore., this spring.
Maura Williams of North Bend graduated with honors Sunday, May 15 from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma.
Montana State University in Bozeman has announced its undergraduate honor rolls for spring.
Valley volunteers were recognized during the Snoqualmie Valley Community Network's 20th Annual Rise and Shine Awards Breakfast, June 7 at Si View Community Center. More than 25 Rise & Shine awards were given out to individual and groups of volunteers during the celebration.
The International Association of Fire Fighters Local 2978 recently awarded seven scholarships to area high school seniors, one from each of the seven high schools in Eastside Fire and Rescue's service area.
Shannon Kathleen Keough of Carnation, graduated with a degree in social work from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, on May 6.
On Wednesday, June 15, the North Bend Masonic Lodge presented bicycles and helmets to two students of North Bend Elementary School, Lilyan Cummings, kindergarten, and Ian Milstin, first grade. Friday, the lodge awarded bikes and helmets to students at Cascade View Elementary School, Trenton Boggs, fourth grade, and Maya Shekhar, second grade.
The Mount Si High School Class of 1966 will celebrate its 50th reunion the weekend of Aug. 26 and 27.
Robin Backstrom, Anatomy and Physiology teacher at Mount Si High School, took some of the sports medicine team students to the Washington Career and Technical Sports Medicine Association (WCTSMA) state competition recently, where they placed eighth overall.
Start your engines! Thomas the Tank Engine arrives in Snoqualmie in just a few short weeks. This year, the Northwest Railway Museum is the only site in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana to host the "cheeky little engine," and trains are filling up fast.
Market season started in North Bend last week with a small, but growing crowd at the farmers market, located at Si View Park.
Ben Cosgrove of Fall City received undergraduate honors from Whitman college in the spring semester.
William Remon of Snoqualmie was named to president's academic honors list at Dakota State University in Madison, S.D. for spring semester.