A thankful poem

A sincere thanks to everyone who made the holidays great for our seniors.

Enumclaw Senior Center would like to thank all the people in the community who contributed to making this such a wonderful holiday season for our seniors!

The Enumclaw Garden Club

for our glorious TREE!

The “Window Elf” for painting-

0ur windows, for all to SEE!

The City’s Finance gals & Living Court

who helped set up the GIVING TREE-

And ALL who took GIFT TAGS—

you make so many happy,

with your GENEROSITY!

Thanks to Rednecks & Rugrats Jeep Club

gift Cards for Senior’s to SPEND

Thanks to Enumclaw Rotary –

so many helping hands they LEND!

Santa & Mrs. Claus made time to stop on IN

Christmas Dinner – an anonymous donor

brought a wrapped gift for every SENIOR FRIEND!

Neighbors Feeding Neighbors

the volunteers are so GREAT!

they made sure a Christmas dinner

homebound seniors –ATE!

Community friends-

we “thank you”

for the wonderful things you DO-

and wish a “Happy and Healthy New Year” to YOU!

The Enumclaw Senior Center

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Thank you for paying our bill, stranger

It was quite the holiday surprise!

Kim Schrier, fight for Alzeimer’s research and care

There are more than 110,000 people living with Alzheimer’s or other dementias in our state alone.

They’re laughing their way to the bank

This year I will pay forced tribute of over a $1,000 to the Regional Transit Authority for the “privilege” of driving in Washington.

I’ll never think about trains the same way again

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Time running out for Bonney Lake history?

As a volunteer non-profit, it’s hard to keep the ball rolling.

Congrats, Superintendent Nelson

You and the Enumclaw School District Board of Directors deserve the honors you received.

Arts Alive! not affected by City Council budget

People have confused the non-profit with the city art department.

Thank you for all the support

We are thankful to live in such a loving community.

Thank you for returning the memories

We built this car in the ’90s, and we’re so glad to have it back.

Bring orchestra back to the Sumner School District

Music can help kids achieve more.