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MHS student is Snohomish County’s NAACP Student of the Month

  • Written by Valley View Staff

Monroe High School student Chawin Pathompornvivat was honored as the Snohomish County NAACP student of the month for January.

“Chawin is one of the most hard-working students I have ever met,” said Jane Stevens, counselor at MHS. “He came to this country at a young age, without knowing much English. He has worked to learn English and master school subjects. He has performed above average in academic subjects, taking two Advanced Placement classes this year, and is finishing his second year of computer networking at Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center.”

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Recognizing inspirational people in Snoqualmie Valley

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The GIVE GOOD Awards Foundation has released its 2015 nominees, announcing the names of 28 community members and organizations who represent the foundation’s mission of “Recognizing and celebrating those that inspire others!”

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Duvall Fire recruiting drive: You can make a difference!

  • Written by Valley View Staff

High performance CPR. Incident command. Maps and radios. Aid car rodeo. Infection control. SOAP reports. Neurologic emergencies. Hazmat awareness. Vehicle extrication. These are just a few of the many topics covered during Duvall Fire volunteer recruit training. The eight people in the current class began their EMT training in September 2014, will graduate from the Department’s academy in March, and then will start working shifts on the aid car responding to medical emergencies. Some of Duvall Fire’s new volunteers may choose to complete additional training, including a fire academy, water rescue training and wildland fire certification.

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Sky Valley Community Schools seeking instructors for spring/summer 2015

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Sky Valley Community Schools, sponsored by Monroe Public Schools, is looking for local residents to share their interests and skills with others in the community. You don’t have to be a certificated teacher or have lots of experience. If you have a special interest or a skill that you would like to share with others, we would love to hear from you and advertise your class in the Sky Valley Community Schools Spring/Summer 2015 flyer.

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Danny O’Mahony plays traditional Irish music on the button accordion

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The City of Duvall Cultural Commission and Northwest Heritage Resources are pleased to present a concert performance by the very talented traditional Irish button accordion player Danny O’Mahony. Surrounded by musicians growing up in Ballyduff, in North County Kerry, O’Mahony went on to earn a masters in performance from the University of Limerick and, in 2013, O’Mahony was awarded Top Button Accordionist (US, IRE, EU, UK) by the Irish Music Association in America. He performs with fresh perspective and lively energy while staying true to well-loved traditional tunes.

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