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Visitors to Exceptional Real Estate in Fall City got creative with their trick-or-treating apparel. Lisamari Emery and her daughter Maya were the first prize-winning couple in the Halloween costume contest, put on by the business. Eddie Coons won first prize in the single-entry competition.
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District recently teamed up with the Snoqualmie Valley School District to offer the “Allied Health Tools for Success” class and Western Washington Area Health Education Center’s “Project H.O.P.E.” internship program. Project H.O.P.E., which stands for Health Occupations Preparatory Experience, is a competitive program for which high school students must apply early in the spring. Mount Si High School students Kayla Wargi and Shelby Sydell were chosen for this year’s five-week paid internship, during which they rotated through several clinical and diagnostic settings. This included job shadowing doctors, nurses, a pharmacist and others at the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital and its various clinics.
Bringing smiles to young children and their families is the full-time job of performer Courtney Campbell.
• Questions about whether King County or local interests will be responsible for maintenance of Fall City Community Park have prompted another inquiry by the Fall City Business and Professional Association. The BPA agreed Friday to write a letter to the county parks department, inviting a county representative to a meeting concerning maintenance.
Detail and heritage run strong in the heavy, yet fragile works of North Bend craftswoman Carol James.
• Mingus O’Bannon plays at 9 p.m. at Finaghty’s Irish Pub and Restaurant, 7726 Center Blvd. S.E., Suite 110, Snoqualmie Ridge; (425) 888-8833.
Aiming to offers teens a fun, safe activity in the Valley, members of the Kiwanis, Key Club and Si View Metro Parks are holding a Battle of the Bands competition with five competing acts, 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15, at the Si View recreation center, 400 S.E. Orchard Drive, North Bend.
• Eagle Eye, PG-13, 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
A rain-soaked Wyatt Johnson, 4, of Snoqualmie, checks out the bag of goodies he’s just received at Carmichael’s True Value Hardware Store, during the Candy Harvest held Halloween day, Friday, Oct. 31. Families with youngsters disguised as everything from bees to pirates to Jedis cruised downtown Snoqualmie for hauls of candy and other treats.
Fun run to help children
Tickets to go on sale for spay benefit
• High School Musical 3, G, 10 a.m. Mommy Matinee.
Valley residents can learn how to create the ancient sounds of the flute, in workshops at the North Bend and Fall City libraries.
Kaitie Gallagher of Snoqualmie practices diapering a baby doll while Rachel Massey of North Bend looks on, during the five-hour Super Sitters class held Saturday, Oct. 18 at Encompass in North Bend.
Bags of candy, a spooky night, mysterious bones and an annoying pooch were part of the tapestry of imagination that young poets at Si View came up with in honor of the season.
• Halloween party at Finaghty’s Irish Pub & Restaurant, 7726 Center Blvd. S.E., Suite 110 on Snoqualmie Ridge; (425) 888-8833.