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The things I learned this weekend at the North Bend Jazz Walk were not terribly important — some of them weren’t, anyway — but most of them could be filed under some sort of positive heading, like “funny” or “good to know,” or “looking forward to that.” Even the sad news, that one of my favorite authors died just a few days earlier, came with a great conversation about his and other books. He’d been sick for years, so the news was not a shock, and it was less sad because we could talk about him.
Community Events, March 2015
Here we go again. It’s a thought that pops into my mind every year about this time, as special projects get kicked off, seasonal groups begin to start up again and conversations have already turned to proms, graduations and other start-of-summer events.
The National FFA Organization, previously known as Future Farmers of America, celebrated National FFA Week, Feb. 21 to 28. Established in 1947, it’s no longer a program that focuses on just corn, cows and combines.
Last week, results of the February bond proposition were certified by King County Elections. It is now official: Local voters have approved the bond measure by a strong margin. To our constituents, I want to thank you for supporting our schools and commend you for continuing to invest in this community.
Voting is now open for the Valley Record’s annual reader survey on the best of everything from service businesses to places to take the family.