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Here at Enumclaw-Black Diamond Tutors, we implemented a new system for tracking students and hours in mid-January. The numbers below, except where noted, represent activity from Jan. 15 through Feb. 18. Numbers reported in my previous column represented activity from our inception in October 2007 to Jan. 15.
Christy Harlan, an executive assistant to the head of a Texas-based company, is to be married to Ken Kaplan, a pilot in the United States Navy.
KC Cohoe and Keelia Griffin were married Oct. 4, 2008.
Tarah Mallo and Mark Spears have announced their engagement and plans for a fall wedding.
Nichole Forbes and Chris Pierce were married Sept. 13, 2008, at Sanders Mansion in Auburn. The ceremony was officiated by Rick Pries.
Leadership change is nothing new to members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Generally, every five years, a new bishop is called from the congregation to serve as the ecclesiastical leader. Jerey Wilson of the Buckley 1st Ward (similar to a parish) and Gene Spader from the Buckley 2nd Ward are the newest members to receive the calling of bishop. Wilson replaces Arlin Satterthwaite of Buckley and Spader replaces McKay Kunz of South Prairie.
• 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.
Six years ago, Mike Nelson, then assistant superintendent for the Enumclaw School District, was taking heat for proposing full-day kindergarten for every student in the district.
The Black Diamond Community Center’s annual Easter breakfast is set for 8 to 11 a.m. April 11.
With the potential for growth looming, the city of Buckley has opted to bring a hearing examiner on board.
The Wilkeson Centennial Commit-tee has announced the third installment in its Centennial Speaker Series.
When Buckley City Councilman Ron Weigelt stepped down a month ago, it was discovered that the city didn’t have a policy for filling a vacancy caused by the resignation of a council member whose term has not yet expired.
Enumclaw’s campaign season got off to a rousing start March 25 when Councilwoman Liz Reynolds announced her candidacy for mayor.
White River School District administrators will sacrifice their scheduled pay raises and professional staff development in an effort to keep a staff position and continue the district’s math training.
You have heard for years now “The Church” is not a club. The church is a place where God dwells. It’s a holy place. A sacred place. A place where you can encounter God. It’s a safe place. A welcoming place. It’s a place where God’s people gather together for fellowship and worship. A place where hurting people can find comfort, support, and genuine love. The church is God’s house.
Nothing prepared Ryan Kiggins for the rush of feelings he experienced at the top of Seattle’s Columbia Tower March 22 when he saw his wife Jennifer, 6-year-old daughter Madison and friends and family waiting for him.
• The Sumner Arts Commission will present the Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. April 17 at the Sumner Performing Arts Center at Sumner High School, 1707 Main St. Call 253-299 -5520 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to learn more about lawn care, pruning and the art of gardening? Marianne Binetti will be teaching a six-part class at Green River Community College starting Tuesday. For details, visit, www.greenriver.edu/ce or phone 253-288-3400.