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Fostering Interfaith Relationships on the Eastside offers an Interfaith Dinner Dialogue on April 22.
Zara, who arrived mid-March, is the first foal to be born on the Mercer Island equestrian property.
The city will host two egg hunts, for younger and older kids, on March 31.
The band will host a kick-off celebration on March 29.
The scholarships are sponsored by the Mercer Island Masonic Lodge #297.
The 2018 awardees are Dawn Bennett (‘82), Mary Lindquist (‘67), Marty Lott (‘68) and Joel McHale (‘91).
Mailing day volunteers can meet at the Presbyterian Church at 9 a.m. on March 16.
YTN presents “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” from March 9–April 1 on Mercer Island.
Schools had festivities for Read Across America Day, held each year on March 2, Dr. Seuss’ birthday.
Dr. Kevin Au donated the art piece to the Mercer Island retirement community.
Art by Marianne, Eddie and Anna Bond will be on display from March 1 to April 1.
Songs from “Small World” to “Star Wars” were featured at the Disney and Dessert fundraising concert.
All three boys have been in Boys Scouts and serving the Mercer Island community for many years.
The 46th annual Rotary Run may cause temporary road closures and traffic delays.
A Kindness Tree was created at Northwood Elementary to recognize compassionate acts.
Covenant Shores residents and staff have been participating in their own Olympic Games this week.
In other community news, there’s a dance on Friday and city offices will be closed Monday.
Moose, who was adopted by the assisted living community last year, beat 61 other pets for the award.
The group plans to digitize past issues of the Reporter and more.
Japanese artists will teach the community about Kamishibai at Sunday workshops in February.