Vote for Lerner and Loudenback

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  • Friday, October 3, 2008 2:37am
  • Opinion

Please vote for Kathryn Lerner and Caroline Loudenback for the Snoqualmie Valley school board.

I have had the pleasure of volunteering with Kathryn and Caroline in various capacities over the last few years throughout the school district. They are both well prepared for the job of serving on the school board.

Kathryn and Caroline offer new energy, fresh ideas and unique perspectives on the many challenges facing the school district. They have children who span elementary to high-school ages and who attend five different schools throughout the Valley from Fall City to North Bend.

Caroline and Kathryn have excellent decision-making skills. I have seen them in action. They ask the tough questions, they explore alternatives fully and they strongly encourage and accept public participation in decision-making.

Although each school board director position comes from a different regional sub-district within our school district, we vote districtwide for all seats. So, please remember to vote for both of these candidates.

It is time for fresh energy, district wide perspective and open public participation on the school board. Please complete your absentee ballot or vote in person Nov. 6.

Carolyn Simpson

Snoqualmie



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