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Teen Camp Erin 2015 seeks teens for grief support camp

  • Written by Valley View Staff

Teen Camp Erin®-King County, a popular free grief support camp, is seeking teens ages 13-18 to fill openings in its Aug. 16-18, 2015, overnight camp at Camp Korey in Carnation, Wash.

Teen Camp Erin®-King County is a three-day overnight camp for teens who have experienced the death of a loved one. It is facilitated by professional staff from Providence Hospice of Seattle's Safe Crossings children's grief support program and other trained volunteers. Teens have an opportunity to be around other teens who have experienced similar losses. They participate in typical camp activities including swimming, bonfires, arts and crafts, and field games, as well as activities designed to help them understand and process their grief.

The camp will be held at Camp Korey in Carnation, Wash. For more information and to register, contact Chris Olson at 206-749-7689 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Trail Alert - Snoqualmie Valley Trail Meadowbrook Bridge

  • Written by Valley View Staff

A safety project to replace rotted portions of the Meadowbrook Bridge along King County Parks’ Snoqualmie Valley Trail will require a two week closure of the trail in the immediate area, July 20-31.

Northwest Railway Museum Offers Steam Train Rides

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Steam has returned to the Upper Snoqualmie Valley!  Travel back in time to experience firsthand what train travel was like in the late Victorian/early Edwardian period in the Pacific Northwest at the Northwest Railway Museum this summer.  The steam train will be running every weekend from July 25 – September 7 (including Friday August 14 and Monday September 7.) Just as those early steam trains did in the 1890s, the steam train rides include a trip to view Snoqualmie Falls – from opposite the usual viewing side.

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Creative art from Washington students win awards and put a face to the wildlife waiting to safely cross I-90

  • Written by Valley View Staff

In a social media art contest hosted by Washington Department of Transportation and I-90 Wildlife Bridges Coalition, entitled Bridging Futures 2015: #iHearti90Wildlife, creative individual and group submissions from Berkeley, California to Yakima, Washington animated the diverse suite of wildlife living in Washington’s Cascade mountains that will benefit from the wildlife overpass being constructed over Interstate 90 just east of Snoqualmie Pass. Utilizing markers, paint, beans and other art materials, students and teachers represented the small crawling amphibians to the fast moving large mammals. Winners of the contest were announced and recognized in five categories at a recent groundbreaking ceremony for Phase 2A of the I-90 Snoqualmie Pass East Project, which includes the construction of the wildlife overpass. The winners are:  

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Daniel Lee receives honorable mention in Math Olympiad

  • Written by Valley View Staff

On May 31, two students from the after school math club at Tolt Middle School competed in the Math Hour Olympiad at the University of Washington. One of the students, Daniel Lee, received an Honorable Mention award as a 6th grader competing in the 6th and 7th grade category.  

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