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We want to extend big thanks to Sean Sundwall for organizing the first annual Snoqualmie Ridge Turkey Trot 5K/1K run and community pancake feed on Nov. 15. His time, effort and generosity to bring the community together is something to commend! With community support, he was able to raise funds for both the Cascade View Elementary School and Snoqualmie Elementary School PTSAs. Thank you to the local sponsors for helping him realize this vision. These sponsors include Finaghty’s Irish Pub, Zeebi’s, Emerald City Smoothie, The Cascade Team, Kirby Nelson Orthodontics, Kumon, Bliss Spa on the Ridge, Footzone, Costco, Mike’s Cascade Grill, Snoqualmie Ridge Residential Owners Association and Sahara Pizza. Thank you to all the volunteers, as well. It turned out to be a very successful event while promoting fitness, fun, and community cohesiveness.

A trot to remember

We want to extend big thanks to Sean Sundwall for organizing the first annual Snoqualmie Ridge Turkey Trot 5K/1K run and community pancake feed on Nov. 15. His time, effort and generosity to bring the community together is something to commend! With community support, he was able to raise funds for both the Cascade View Elementary School and Snoqualmie Elementary School PTSAs. Thank you to the local sponsors for helping him realize this vision. These sponsors include Finaghty’s Irish Pub, Zeebi’s, Emerald City Smoothie, The Cascade Team, Kirby Nelson Orthodontics, Kumon, Bliss Spa on the Ridge, Footzone, Costco, Mike’s Cascade Grill, Snoqualmie Ridge Residential Owners Association and Sahara Pizza. Thank you to all the volunteers, as well. It turned out to be a very successful event while promoting fitness, fun, and community cohesiveness.

Thanks for all your hard work ,Sean!

Mary Benham

Snoqualmie Elementary PTSA




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