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Letter | Schools Foundation says thanks

It has been a busy couple of months for the Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation. In September, we put together and delivered 24 new teacher welcome bags, filled with lots of goodies, thanks to generous local businesses.

On Sept. 17 and 18, we held our annual Phonathon. Mount Si students spent those two evenings phoning district parents, asking for donations to help fund our classroom grants program. We hope you “answered the call” if you got one.

On Oct. 4, we hosted our 365 Club members to a wine tasting event at the new winery in Snoqualmie, Sigillo Cellars. Great wine, food from the Culinary Arts class at Mount Si, and company made the evening fun!

Thank you to all our community partners for your help in making all three events successful.

For helping us fill new teacher bags, we thank: Frankie’s Pizza, Steve’s Doughnuts, Huxdotter Coffee, Scott’s Dairy Freeze, Snoqualmie Valley Eyecare, Meadowbrook Urgent Care, Northwest Railway Museum, Sharing Spree, Costco, Hauglie Insurance Agency, Agape Chiropractic, Cedar Falls Automotive, the King County Library System, the city of Snoqualmie, the city of North Bend, the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce and Si View Parks.

For the phonathon: Sahara Pizza in Snoqualmie, Huxdotter Coffee, My Cakes and Costco. And for the wine tasting, Sigillo Cellars.

Thank you to each of these businesses for their generous support of the schools foundation.

Ann Godejohn,

Corresponding Secretary-SVSF


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