Centennial bricks up for sale

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SNOQUALMIE - The names of Snoqualmie's residents can now be written in stone.

The city is offering personalized bricks that will be installed around the flag pole at Railroad Park.

For $35, residents can purchase a brick with one, 16-character line. For an additional $5, another 16-character line on the brick can be purchased. Spaces count as one character.

Proceeds from the sales of the bricks will go towards funding the city's centennial celebration this year.

There is no set date for when the bricks will be installed.

No messages will be allowed on the bricks, only the names of businesses, people and "in memory of" memorials.

To download a form for ordering a brick with a message, visit and click on the Centennial Celebration link on the left-hand side of the screen.

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