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Tour the Valley's new hospital at Chamber after Hours

Workers with Abscher Construction lift the tower cap of the future Snoqualmie Valley Hospital into place this summer. Tour the new facility, under construction, with the Sno Valley Chamber of Commerce this week. - Courtesy photo
Workers with Abscher Construction lift the tower cap of the future Snoqualmie Valley Hospital into place this summer. Tour the new facility, under construction, with the Sno Valley Chamber of Commerce this week.
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Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce is giving members a sneak peek at the new Snoqualmie Valley Hospital this Wednesday, Aug. 27, as part of its monthly After Hours networking program.

August's Chamber After Hours will be hosted by the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Foundation, and co-hosted by the Snoqualmie Falls Brewery and Taproom, who will be providing food and beverages.

The After Hours will be held at the Hospital District's East Campus, located across Snoqualmie Parkway from the construction site in the former Leisure Time campground.

Live entertainment will be provided by the Danny Kolke Trio.

Snoqualmie Valley Transportation will shuttle guests from the Hospital District East Campus to the new hospital site for the tours.  Tours will leave every 30 minutes from the East Campus starting at 5 p.m., with the last tour leaving at 7:30 PM.  To preregister, members should email foundation@snoqualmiehospital.org, or there will be sign-up sheets available at the event.

Tour participants must wear fully enclosed shoes with no heels.

Cost is $15 for members.

Register or learn more at http://www.snovalley.org/

 

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