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A Happy Valentine’s Day

Kaylee Markonich shares photographs and information about her time with Evergreen Equestrian 4-H Club with High Point Village resident Goldie Hahto. Love was in the air at High Point Village Saturday afternoon.  It wasn’t romantic love, but there was a Valentine’s theme  with heart-shaped cookies, pink punch, red balloons and  piano music. The cookies and conversation were provided by the Evergreen Equestrian 4-H organization and the music came courtesy of the flying fingers of Craig Gammon. About a dozen members of the Evergreen Equestrian Club threw their portion of the party as a service project. They brought in photographs of them riding their horses and shared them with residents of the Enumclaw retirement village. “This has been so nice,” said High Point resident  Goldie Hahto of the girls’ visit. Earlier in the day, the Black Diamond Daisy Girl Scout Troop delivered homemade cards and shared them with the group. -  Photo by Brenda Sexton
Kaylee Markonich shares photographs and information about her time with Evergreen Equestrian 4-H Club with High Point Village resident Goldie Hahto. Love was in the air at High Point Village Saturday afternoon. It wasn’t romantic love, but there was a Valentine’s theme with heart-shaped cookies, pink punch, red balloons and piano music. The cookies and conversation were provided by the Evergreen Equestrian 4-H organization and the music came courtesy of the flying fingers of Craig Gammon. About a dozen members of the Evergreen Equestrian Club threw their portion of the party as a service project. They brought in photographs of them riding their horses and shared them with residents of the Enumclaw retirement village. “This has been so nice,” said High Point resident Goldie Hahto of the girls’ visit. Earlier in the day, the Black Diamond Daisy Girl Scout Troop delivered homemade cards and shared them with the group.
— image credit: Photo by Brenda Sexton

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