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KCLS leads the record for the fifth year in a row
Girl Scout girls make a difference in their communities
Northwest Artists in Action will host a second pop-up demonstration on Feb. 2.
Covenant Shores held its annual Martin Luther King observance on Jan. 18
The pole is placed near the campus sign, which is the first mile marker of the Rotary Half Marathon.
Kindergarten registration; The Bridge recognized
Cheer squad traveled to Florida for Jan. 1 performance.
The Puget Sound area will host the second annual Limmud Seattle at Bellevue Community College.
Dr. King’s song lives on today.
The program has been going strong for 10 years.
Set goals that are more about loving yourself and watch the positive changes happen.
But arts, new ideas and community also provided a reason to celebrate.
Know the laws and educate family and friends who transport.
Total contribution for year is more than $1 million
The annual Firehouse Munch will take place after the city’s Christmas tree lighting on Dec. 7.
Another work party scheduled for Dec. 1
The meals, assembled by volunteers from a charity league, were given to Youth and Family Services.
Librarians Britta Barrett and Emily Calking co-host new podcast.
The Festival of Lights, begins this year on the evening of Dec. 2 and concludes the evening of Monday, Dec. 10.
Deadline to nominate is Jan. 31, 2019