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Destination Imagination teams update
Fourteen (14) Mercer Island teams qualified for the state Destination Imagination (DI) tournament by placing at recent regional events. The state tournament was in Kennewick… Continue reading
Activities include bounce houses, face painting and of course, a dunk tank.
Exchange program underway for Island, sister city.
The annual service day helps organizations who help Eastside communities experiencing poverty and abuse.
Written by Lisa Rosenblum, the director of the King County Library System.
Chaplain Greg Asimakoupoulos and two Covenant Shores residents over 90 years old made the trip.
The church will build the Tiny House during the month of April.
Volunteers needed for multiple shifts.
The reception will also celebrate the third anniversary of the SZ Gallery.
Thousands of racers and hundreds of volunteers came together to make the 47th annual event happen.
‘The breadth and depth of their support for the people and the culture on this Island is commendable.’
The Lakeridge student green team urged restaurants to switch to recyclable to-go containers.
Group inviting residents to get involved in future work parties.
Mark Oliver Mangino, Cosmo Kemuel Neames and Renzin Grady Yuthok Short received their Eagle Scout medals during a celebration on Jan. 27. All three Troop… Continue reading
Seven students won awards in a statewide competition.
Many advanced to the international competition.
Mercer Island native leading the effort, Run to End Homelessness event on March 30.
Mercer Island High School student Katie Parkinson earned first place in the Seattle Shakespeare Competition held March 3 at the Frye Art Museum. Parkinson, who… Continue reading
The 2019 event has brought in $377,480 so far.