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The Mount Si Fish and Game Club’s annual children’s trout derby is daylight to 10 a.m. Saturday, May 3 at the ponds behind the Snoqualmie Police Department, located at 34825 Douglas Ave. S.E. in Snoqualmie.
An April downpour didn’t stop Liliana Reyes from catching public transportation from her Snoqualmie Ridge home to St. Clare Episcopal Church for a free English class the church sponsors every Tuesday evening.
A fitness class designed for moms and babies is coming to Snoqualmie Ridge, starting at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 6.
• If you haven’t seen the new horse arena in Fall City’s riverfront park, you’re missing not only some fine craftsmanship but a vivid example of what dedicated volunteers can accomplish. The nearly quarter-mile track was constructed entirely by volunteers last month, which, on the opinion of Bud Fleek, is the way the whole park will have to be developed. That’s because the King County Parks Department lacks funds for park development.
Volunteers helped spruce up a local part of the planet for Earth Day, by joining the Mountains to Sound Greenway in projects taking care of the Little Si Trail in North Bend.
Burglary: At 2 p.m., deputies received a report that someone had used a screwdriver or similar tool to force a rear door at a vacation cabin on Ober Strasse.
This past winter, the Matsiko Children’s Choir raised spirits in the Valley, singing for education to lift themselves and their fellow children in the African country of Uganda out of poverty.
Nearly 1,000 ballots were cast in an online vote for the Snoqualmie Valley Record’s 2008 “Best of the Snoqualmie Valley.” Winners included:
The Washington state Department of Fish and Wildlife and Mount Si High School students need help in finding out how many elk really live in the Valley.
North Bend school program helps
Valley residents can experience a little bit of the excitement of Vegas while benefiting two types of seniors.
Located on a small farm in Snoqualmie, Summer Winds Day Camp is now registering for its eighth season.
An evening of family-friendly bingo is planned for Saturday, April 19, to raise funds for Cascade Community Theater programs for all ages.
“What an honor for us to be able to influence planning in South Korea,” said Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson as he welcomed that country’s director of public administration and home affairs, who will study Snoqualmie’s development practices over the next 18 months.
The North Bend City Council will consider including the Wood River residential neighborhood in its Utility Local Improvement District (ULID) No. 6 project, which is scheduled to extend sewer service to the Tanner and Truck Town areas by 2010.
The Friends of the North Bend Library are gearing up for their annual two-week book sale, planned for August 16 to 30. To get ready for the sale, book donations are being solicited from the community.