Taking a quick break from preparing to host their first group of campers later this month, Camp Korey’s team celebrated the official purchase of Carnation Farm with a ceremonial flag raising and the unveiling of a giant new sign on Tuesday, July 1.
Jeri Cranney agreed to join the board of directors for the American Red Cross of King and Kitsap counties with one condition: that she be able to continue her work on the organization’s national disaster response team.
Using an adze made by hand with a wooden shaft and a recycled steel blade, Snoqualmie Tribe Canoe Family member Bruce Larson works alongside two young men a third of his age, passing on some very old traditions.
Every school day, a mother in Redmond’s Broadhurst community watches a Lake Washington School District bus drive past her home; it picks up students in the neighboring Canyon Creek community, and takes them less than four miles to Alcott Elementary School. Then she puts her own daughter on a Snoqualmie Valley School District bus headed to Fall City Elementary, about nine miles from her home.
For the Loudenbacks, participating in Relay for Life is a family tradition.
This year will be their fifth, and, as during every Relay, they will be thinking about loved ones lost to cancer as they walk their laps and raise money to fight the disease on July 12 and 13.