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The reunion is set for Aug. 3.
The first meeting is July 1 at The Claw.
It’s a good time to plan ahead for when air conditions are poor.
This Friday, “Sandlot” will be playing in the housing development project.
The Orting-based Princess Project of Washington helps women of all ages dress up for any sort of event, free of charge.
These programs help feed youths that may have only been able to get their only meal of the day at school.
Anyone who attended or graduated from EHS from 1969 or before is welcome to attend.
The next Guild event, its annual Christmas Luncheon and Auction, is scheduled for Dec. 4.
Whatever you do, always wear a life vest.
The event will be held June 29 starting at 9, though early birds can pay extra to get in before the crowds.
A new anonymous study, open through mid-September, wants to better understand the lives of LGBTQ residents.
A planning retreat focusing on the next SoHaPP season is June 11 at the Enumclaw Library.
The Enumclaw library is hosting the event with the help of EHS students at the high school. There are limited seats, so sign up soon.
Close to half of first responders experienced depression symptoms or developed sleep issues last year.
Every minute counts when it comes to getting help. Remember to “BE FAST.”
About 80 percent of King County residents are trained in CPR and 70 percent of all out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in King County received bystander CPR.
The annual Enumclaw Collection event is June 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
In times of crisis, The Soup Ladies have been there for first responders.
The opportunity is offered at all Pierce County Library locations.
The event is 4 p.m., May 19 near the corner of state Route 410 and Warner Avenue.