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ONE YEAR OLD AND NOT TALKING

  • Written by By Nancy Van Pelt

KRDI-LP 103.1FM Radio Duvall received its LPFM license in January 2014 and has yet to air a program.  

In efforts to help expedite the radio station’s broadcasting on the air, Daisy Pongrakthai, the station’s president and founder, held a volunteer orientation and open house event at the Duvall Visitor Center on November 8th.   

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Vancouver Floral Design FFA competition

  • Written by by Sydney Lisk Cedarcrest FFA Reporter

On November 14, the Cedarcrest High School Floral Design team traveled to Vancouver for the first competition of the year.

They left the day before and got to stop at the Floral Design Institute in Portland, Oregon where Leanne Kesler gave them a tour and took them behind the scenes of her famous “How to” videos.
Nicole Hagens, a sophomore, said, “I enjoyed meeting Leanne in person! She’s super nice and I learned a lot in a short amount of time!”

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FFA looks at big picture at Focus on Farming conference

  • Written by by Sydney Lisk Cedarcrest FFA Reporter

On November 20, six  Cedarcrest High School officers and FFA advisors attended Focus on Farming, which began eight years ago at the county’s fairgrounds in Monroe. It has grown into a regional event with national support.

“The food is awesome,” said Jared Vanhulle, Cedarcrest FFA president, “but the real reason is to see all the valley farmers in one place.”

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Spaghetti feed fundraiser Dec. 12 for Acres of Diamonds

  • Written by Valley View Staff

Cedar Park Christian High School student Makenna Marsh has found a way to strengthen the ties within her community, and help women and children in need.

Makenna has lived in Duvall her entire life and she and her family are very involved with the community. The people of Duvall had done so much for her family when they were going through a rough spot in their lives, she wanted to share the strength she now enjoys by giving back.  

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DCC looking for volunteers

  • Written by Valley View Staff

The Duvall Cultural Commission has had a fantastic year with the support of our sponsors, volunteers, artists and attendees. We are looking for community members to serve on the Commission. We are planning now for next year’s events. You do not have to be a Duvall resident.
If you wish to help or for more information and applications, visit www.duvallculture.org.