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The following are Bonney Lake and Sumner spring sports games scheduled for next week, May 8 to May 13.
The following are results from the last week of play for Bonney Lake and Sumner spring sports.
The Bonney Lake Panther Band Alliance is hosting the Harlem Wizards at 7 p.m. The Wizards will play an exhibition game against “The Panther ELITE!”
The Sumner Spartans boys and girls track teams beat the Washington Patriots Thursday. The boys won 100-44 and the girls won 120-23.
Houston Gunn returned to Bonney Lake this morning to speak at Bonney Lake Elementary School. Gunn will be heading up a fundraiser that runs until Sunday, May 4 at the Puyallup Fairgrounds.
The following are some events scheduled throughout the Bonney Lake and Sumner area for the next week.
Lake Tapps has been filled to the annual recreational water level and the Bonney Lake boat launch is officially open, according to the City of Bonney Lake Blog.
The Sumner Spartans girls water polo team played the Enumclaw Hornets Monday.
The city of Bonney Lake’s spring clean up week is happening Monday to Friday. The city’s garbage company, DM Disposal, will be picking up extra garbage, recycling and/or yard waster at no additional charge for those customers within the city’s limits.
Join the Bonney Lake Library staff for discussion following a movie. This event is for adults to share ideas, questions and insight.
On Friday, April 25 Breaking Silence, a survivor-run support group for adults 18 and older who are victims of childhood sexual abuse, will hold its first meeting.
On Tuesday, the Washington State Department of Transportation posted the new speed limit signs along state Route 410.
This week's editorial cartoon by Frank Shiers, Jr. is about the legalization of marijuana.
The Foothills Rails to Trail Coalition is holding their monthly meeting from 7 to 9 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Heritage Quest Library in Sumner.
The first annual spring food drive for the Bonney Lake Bread of Life Food Bank is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Bonney Lake Police Department tweeted that a phone scam has been reported.
Last year, the Sumner Spartans boys soccer team ended league play with a 15-4 record and advanced to state, losing in the quarterfinals. A large number of defenders were lost, though new faces bring new potential, it may take some time for the team to meet expectations, coach Peter Voiles said.
The 21st annual community summit is happening from 3 - 8:15 p.m. The theme this year is “Serve Big.” Residents and organizations can come together to work on strengthening programs that serve the community.
This week's editorial cartoon by Frank Shiers, Jr. is about the legislature wrestling with the transportation package.
Participants of the Sumner Citizen's Academy witnessed a live demonstration from K-9 Maverick and his handler, Officer Karuzas of the Puyallup Police Department. Officer Loren Houselog of the Sumner Police Department assisted in the demonstration.