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Rotary Foundation presents check for Art and Event Center

  • Written by Valley View Staff

Jerry Sprute, president, Rotary Club of Duvall, and Beverly Jacobson, president, Rotary Foundation of Duvall, presented a check to Lin McBride, who applied for the grant on behalf of Duvall Foundation for the Arts (DFA) with members of both groups joining the event on Feb. 1.

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Duvall Random Acts of Kindness celebrates 10 years of spreading kindness

  • Written by Connie Berg

It has been 10 years since Duvall Random Acts of Kindness Week was started. Even though it was initially started as a single week to bring our local community together, to support local businesses, it has since grown to a year-round celebration of kindness within our community and beyond. One of the things Duvall RAK is involved in is starting RAK Clubs in our local schools and in schools across the U.S. Locally, clubs have been started at Eagle Rock Multi-Age, Tolt Middle School, Carnation Elementary and most recently, a club was started in North Bend.

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DFA presents: The 2016 Masquerade Ball

  • Written by Valley View Staff

The Ball is Back! Saturday, March 5, Duvall Visitor Center, $40 at the door / $35 in advance, includes 2 wine tickets. Heavy appetizers, music, games, silent auction, wine and beer ~ A
Mardi Gras Themed Soiree! Masks will be available for purchase. All proceeds benefit Duvall’s future Community Art Center! www.duvallarts.org (2010 event photo courtesy of DFA)

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Wow! What an exciting time of year!!

  • Written by “Boone,” with Frank Sebenius

In my entire life, I have never experienced such a fun filled time.

I realize that isn’t saying much … I am only three years old. In the middle of all of the seasonal festivities, my brother and sister and I celebrated our 3rd birthday. Actually, I also have two other brothers and a sister. They decided to go live someplace else but we get to see each other every couple of months. Now that is an event to write about!

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Where charitable donations can make a real difference in your own community

  • Written by Dan Aznoff

Ten-year-old Angel has literally become the poster child for the ability of charitable organizations to help families regain their stability and become contributing members of the community.

Angel and her little brother Achillis were living in the backseat of their parents’ car on the streets of Kirkland on a cold and damp winter night hoping for an extra pair of warm socks while their parents huddled in the front seat and prayed for a miracle.

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