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Frozen Rainbow Bingo

  • Written by Valley View Staff

Frozen-themed Rainbow Bingo will take place at the Sno-Valley Senior Center in Carnation on Friday, January 13. Doors open at 6 p.m.

Join the senior center for a fun night of Frozen Rainbow Bingo, hosted by the delightful Sylvia O’Stayformore!
Just $25 gets 12 bingo games, light dinner and a great costume contest! Cash bar will serve beer, wine and jell-o shots.

Cedarcrest FFA named Two Star Chapter in 2016 National Chapter Award Program by National FFA Organization

  • Written by Valley View Staff

INDIANAPOLIS – On Nov. 9, the Cedarcrest FFA of Duvall, Washington, was recognized in the 2016 National Chapter Award Program from the National FFA Organization.

The program recognizes outstanding FFA chapters from throughout the country that successfully completed an annual set of required activities that encourage members to grow as individuals, work as a team and serve others in their communities.
Chapters that received star ratings during judging July 24-29 were recognized at the 2016 National FFA Convention & Expo, Oct. 19-22 in Indianapolis.

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Forterra saves some of the last remaining unprotected old growth forest in King County

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Two acquisitions, totaling 376 acres, include critical habitat for threatened and endangered species and a secluded mountain lake near Mount Si

SEATTLE – On December 29, Forterra completed two land transactions spanning 376 acres along the western edge of the Cascade Mountains, 300 of these holding pristine old growth forest. The acreage represents some of the last unprotected stands of ancient western hemlock and silver fir, habitat critical for northern spotted owls and marbled murrelets.
Forterra worked closely with the Washington Department of Natural Resources on the sale, which resulted in one more success in a long collaborative effort to preserve the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley for the next generations.

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‘March of the Vegetables’ will usher in spring

  • Written by Valley View Staff

It’s a parade for vegetables. Really. On March 25, Duvall will celebrate its first-ever March of the Vegetables Parade through the streets of town.

The parade will be a pedestrian-only event, populated with people-powered floats, handmade costumes, local musicians and marching bands,  all coming together to welcome the vegetables back for another growing season.

The parade will celebrate all that is wonderful about the Snoqualmie Valley – its art, agriculture, beauty and vibrant small-town communities. It’s not just about dressing up as vegetables (although that part is pretty fun too). 

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