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• Enumclaw School Board usually meets at 7 p.m. the third Monday of every month at the district office, 2929 McDougall Ave. For more information call 360-802-7100. A study session is the first Monday of each month.
Sheila Smith will bring her years of running a clothing bank to Enumclaw.
Budget-conscious cooks will learn tips and techniques to enjoy delicious meals while saving money on food bills during an upcoming program at the Buckley library, 123 S. River Ave.
Residents up and down the Green River have been watching and waiting since the announcement in January that Howard Hanson Dam – located just a few miles northeast of Enumclaw – had sustained damage and that the dam would have to operate at a diminished capacity.
For years, Mutual of Enumclaw has helped community nonprofit organizations that provide services to meet the population’s basic needs. Now, with those needs growing in its communities, the Enumclaw-based insurance company is letting organizations know it’s here to help.
The interest to help raise money to supply scholarships for students to attend the Enumclaw School District’s fee-based full-day kindergarten program has been overwhelming.
• A parent contacted police April 8, requesting that an officer speak to her daughter about theft and its consequences. The issue was settled upon police contact.
Members of the Buckley City Council apparently will have a handful of candidates to consider when they fill a vacancy in their ranks.
Dashing rumors to the contrary, officials with the state’s Department of Transportation hold fast to their belief that work on the Kummer Bridge will be finished in time for the hectic Fourth of July traffic.
Plateau’s agriculture scene, historic museum make the list
Six White River High School students will vie for Buckley’s America Junior Miss honors at 6 p.m. Saturday in the White River High School theatre.
Get gardens ready for a colorful summer
The wheels on the Sumner Senior Center’s bus go round and round – to destinations like farmers’ markets, casinos, fine restaurants and even an annual oyster feed.
Hannah Kallis makes a difference.
Iva Galloway, Inge McAdams and Marilyn Yerke created a pattern of friendship that began more than 25 years ago and is still going strong. That’s when the close friends decided to shop monthly together for sewing and craft supplies.
More than 1,000 low-income youngsters in Pierce County will be put to work this summer thanks to federal stimulus money.
Three, young Plateau-area women will vie for the King-Pierce County Dairy Ambassador crown.