Fall City fun run pays off for Valley schools | Photos

Organizers of the 2014 Fall City Days Fun Run made $11,500 in donations to several Snoqualmie Valley schools and youth groups, presenting school officials with the traditional big checks on Friday, Sept. 19.

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Youth group volunteers from the Fall City Days Fun Run receive donations

Organizers of the 2014 Fall City Days Fun Run made $11,500 in donations to several Snoqualmie Valley schools and youth groups, presenting school officials with the traditional big checks on Friday, Sept. 19.

Donations to schools included: Cascade View Elementary School, $236; Fall City Elementary, $5,159; North Bend Elementary, $251; Opstad Elementary, $118; Snoqualmie Elementary, $281; Chief Kanim Middle School, $3,286; Twin Falls Middle, $148; Mount Si High School, $621. Four youth groups that sent volunteers to help with the fun run also received donations: Mount Si Cheer Squad, $500; Mount Si Wrestling Team, Team $400; Mount Si Cross Country, $200; and the Mount Si Class of 2015, $300.

Above, Fall City Elementary School Principal Monica Phillips and Chief Kanim Middle School Assistant Principal Beth Castle, accept donation checks from the 2014 Fall City Days Fun Run.

 

 

 

 

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