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The next Junior Naturalist Program is scheduled for May 19.
The Mercer Island Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints organized the event for May 3.
The event will support local high school artists and the 2018 MIVAL Scholarship Program.
Mercer Island Parks and Recreation Department’s Senior Golf program offers outdoor sport activity.
April 30 is National Therapy Animal Day.
Canvassers will go door-to-door in neighborhoods south of Southeast 40th St. next week.
The firm committed to providing $100,000 in financial support to 20 college students.
The scholarship is named for former President Barack Obama’s mother, who graduated from MIHS in 1960.
County library members will now have free access to an expansive film streaming service.
The celebration and its numerous events will take place from May 4 to 6.
Nine students placed within the top four in their events.
Carla Johnson, a representative from Republic Services, gave a lecture on the benefits of recycling.
The Mercer Island Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will welcome all faiths for the event.
The concert features a 40-voice choir and four-piece band with performances on April 29 and May 6.
Laura Drake, 6, adopted trillium blossoms after participating in the Junior Naturalist Program.
The SJCC to launch a new teen philanthropy program called the Giving Initiative for Teens this year.
The annual event started in 2008, as a celebration of Earth Day.
The MIHS spring play will have showings in late April and early May.
Destination Imagination is an educational challenge competition.
KMIH 889 The Bridge sent 26 students to the podium to receive numerous awards.