Middle school PTSA seeks members
With some big changes happening this fall with the opening of the Valley’s new middle school, the Snoqualmie Middle School Parent-Teacher-Student Association (PTSA) is looking for parents and residents who want to be part of the learning effort at their school.
The SMS PTSA is faced with a challenge, because all of the current board members are either going to Twin Falls Middle School or are parents of eighth-grade students.
The SMS nominating committee is gathering names of interested persons for 2008-2009 PTSA board positions including president, vice president, treasurer and secretary.
Residents and parents who are interested or know of someone who would like to be a vital part of the SMS community are asked to contact Sarah Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org or Rhonda Hughes at email@example.com, or call (425) 888-2283.
Senior center play heads for ‘Alaska’
Take a trip to the gold fields of Alaska with the Sno-Valley Senior Center Players this spring with “Alaska,” the center’s latest theatrical production.
Evening performances are 7 p.m. Friday, March 28 and Friday, April 4, with matinees at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 29 and Saturday, April 5. Doors open one hour before the performance for dessert and a no host beer and wine bar. Admission is $10 per person. Call (425) 333-4252 for tickets.
In ‘Alaska,’ Persephone Proudheart has been separated from her love, Cyril Twigbucket, who is off to the Yukon to find his fortune. The melodrama follows her quest to reunite with her one true love. Hiss at villains Rhinestone Fred and Golddust Gertie, who try to cheat our hero out of his new found wealth. Ogle the saloon girls as they entertain the miners at Dusty Al’s Saloon, and cheer as our hero uses his quick wits to escape from peril.