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If you’ve ever wanted to travel by kayak, learn how to read mountain weather, or hang out with a pack goat, the shores of Rattlesnake Lake will be a great place to start this weekend.
Pasado’s Safe Haven, a non-profit group established by Susan Michaels in 2007, investigates animal abuse cases and provides sanctuary and adoption services to rescued and abandoned animals. Pasado’s goal is to help animals that “fall through the cracks” and are not able to find shelter through other animal welfare programs in Washington.
Caroline Loudenback shared the following wisdom about providing support for ailing loved ones:
Snoqualmie Fire Department
Bible school set
The weather looked gray but summer storms made way for Carnation’s exciting Fourth of July celebration, held last Friday. Runners cruised down the main street for the annual Run for the Pies run and walk, and downtown was packed for a big grand parade, kick-started by hundreds of children with a mini-parade all their own. Vendors, musical entertainment, family activities, food and fireworks filled out the day.
25 Years Ago
You might think your pocket cell phone or wireless Internet is the pinnacle of the communications technology.
Independent 8th District U.S. Congress candidate Richard Todd of Snoqualmie will host an “Independent’s Day” celebration, 10 a.m. Friday, July 4, at the downtown Snoqualmie railroad depot park.
With retail fireworks stands now open in Valley communities, local cities and firefighters ask residents to celebrate safely.
Helping Valley Center Stage is the cause of the night at a benefit evening planned for 6 p.m. Saturday, July 19, at The Nursery at Mount Si.
Max Allen of Snoqualmie has received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Linfield College.
Following a successful grand opening at its new Preston studio, Dance All Night will be starting new classes on Thursday, July 10.
Graffiti: At 7:30 a.m., police received a report of blue graffiti on City Hall. Similar damage was noted on the back door to Curt’s hairstyling. Damage was estimated at about $20.
If Snoqualmie residents are looking for a way to get more involved in their community, the Friends of the Snoqualmie Library are looking for them.
• David Powell Road residents have a new “giant” to educate about their special water supply concerns. That giant is Weyerhaeuser, which is in the act of acquiring 80 acres above David Powell Road in a land exchange with the state Department of Natural Resources. Some residents are encouraged that the company will be sensitive to their concerns about contamination of water supplies from herbicide spraying.
Outdoor summer concerts take place this summer, Thursday evenings from July 10 through August 7 at Si View.
Valley youths who love horses can meet with like-minded peers and learn more about their favorite animal through a 4-H club that gets together in North Bend.