Events around town this week | Bonney Lake and Sumner

A new sign for the Lake Tapps Cemetery will be unveiled at 10:30 a.m. The cemetery was formally know as the Dieringer Pioneer Cemetery.

Wednesday, June 4

A new sign for the Lake Tapps Cemetery will be unveiled at 10:30 a.m.

The cemetery was formally know as the Dieringer Pioneer Cemetery.

It is located at 22301 40th Street East in Buckley.

For a full story, look in the next issue of the Courier-Herald.

 

The Cascade Water Alliance is hosting an open house from 6 to 8 p.m. at North Tapps Middle School.

The open house will provide information to the community regarding Lake Tapps improvement projects set for the coming years.

For more information, visit online.

Friday, June 6

At the Bonney Lake City Council meeting on May 27, Mayor Johnson proclaimed today as Paint the Town Purple Day.

Along Highway 410, the Relay for Life Extreme Panhandling event will take place on June 6.

This day precedes the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life scheduled for July 18 and 19 at Bonney Lake High School.

For more information, go online and search for Bonney Lake.

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