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2016 Community Guide & Membership Directory

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What the Chamber does for you Chamber staff members CEO Andrew Glandon and Susan Husa

Inside: • Welcome, Chamber programs 3 • Chamber Board of Directors 4 • Snoqualmie Destinations 6 • Business Directory 8-46 • Explore North Bend 11 • Fall City, Built on Community 15 • Breweries and Wineries 17 • Carnation Community 20 • Calendar of Events 22-23 • Map of Valley Attractions 24-25 • Flooding Resources 45 • Important Phone Numbers 46 The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Community Guide and Directory is a special publication of the Snoqualmie Valley Record, in partnership with the Chamber. Publisher William Shaw


Editor Carol Ladwig


Reporter Evan Pappas


Design/Layout Wendy Fried, Melanie Morgan (cover design) Advertising David Hamilton


Circulation/ Distribution circulation@valleyrecord.com Mail PO Box 300, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 www.valleyrecord.com


elcome to your first stop for resources in the Snoqualmie Valley, the 2016 Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Community Guide and Directory. Keep this publication next to your phone or in your care for your essential collection of local information, whether you’re a Valley native or new to the community. The following pages, created as a partnership of the Chamber of Commerce and the Snoqualmie Valley Record, the Valley’s local newspaper for more than 100 years, offer a comprehensive directory of the businesses and chamber members in the Valley and in surrounding communities. Inside, you’ll find introductions to cities, emergency services, the Snoqualmie Valley School District, information on shopping, live entertainment, and the perfect volunteering opportunities, no matter where your interests lie. Located in the heart of the Mountains-to-Sound Greenway, the Snoqualmie Valley includes the communities of North Bend, Snoqualmie, Preston, Fall City, Carnation, Duvall and Snoqualmie Pass. Here, you can find small town charm, historic landmarks, and scenic beauty blended with active community growth and world-class facilities. Surrounded by stunning vistas of Mount Si, Rattlesnake Ridge and the Cascade Mountains, North Bend charms with its historic downtown and breathtaking views. It offers an eclectic mix of dining and shopping, including the regional draw of the North Bend Premium Outlets. The area presents impressive hiking and bicycling trails and paths, including the most popular hike in Washington State, the Mount Si trail, named a National Recreation Trail by the National Park Service and Department of the Interior in 2015. Snoqualmie is best known for Snoqualmie Falls, attracting more than 1 million visitors from around the world each year. Water drops 268 feet over granite cliffs, making the Falls an amazing experience any time of year. Here you’ll also find the Northwest Railway Museum, offering scenic excursions aboard antique train cars on a historic railway. Restaurants, shops, and local activities abound, plus there are countless parks of all sizes for outdoor recreation. When exploring the Valley, make your first stop the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce office and Valley Visitor’s Center, located at 38767 S.E. River Street in downtown Snoqualmie. It is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends, Memorial Day through Labor Day. You’ll find information for the visitor and tourist as well as information on local businesses, job opportunities and networking opportunities. This guide goes out to thousands of residents, and will also be available throughout the year at the visitor’s center, as well as the Valley Record office, located just across the street at 8124 Falls Avenue. You can learn more about the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce at http://www. snovalley.org, or by calling (425) 888-6362.



The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce partners with business and government to build a robust economy, create prosperity and jobs, and to market the Valley. The Chamber offers self-paced, online business skills courses for its members. Chamber membership luncheons host a wide range of speakers including business training presenters, as well as local business and political leaders. The Chamber also works on behalf of businesses to communicate with city, county and state agencies to advocate for the business community and to encourage economic development.

Membership and Community Events Building community is an essential part of the Chamber’s work, for those who live, work, or play here in the Valley. The Chamber hosts monthly networking luncheons, after-hour events, and assists with grand openings and ribbon cutting events for local businesses. The Chamber also has an annual golf tournament at Mount Si Golf Course and holds an annual gala at the Snoqualmie Casino, which includes a social hour, dinner, awards presentation, and a live auction.

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Chamber Board of Directors

ANDREW GLANDON President, South Fork Geosciences (425) 831-2023

CAROLYN SIMPSON Vice President, Individual Member (425) 890-2239

ERIC KALTENBACHER Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Foundation (425) 831-3425

CARLOS DE IMUS Treasurer, Edward Jones (425) 888-2068

DAVE EIFFERT Treasurer Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Co.

MICHELLE VALDEZ Snoqualmie Casino (425) 888-8172

ROB WOTTON Umpqua Bank (425) 888-1616


he Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce proudly serves our region by promoting business and helping maintain a healthy economic environment in our community. We work collaboratively with business owners, government leaders and community organizations to strengthen our local economy and plan for our region’s future. The Chamber represents a wide range of Valley businesses including high-tech, industrial, family-owned

JAIME COLE Brown & Sterling P.S. (425) 222-6374

JODY CARR Carriage Insurance (425) 888-5066

JASON GREEN Optimal Health Chiropractic (425) 396-0613

ANGELA FAVERO Lula Ruby Salon (425) 292-0816

NATE SMITH Snoqualmie Valley YMCA (425) 256-3155

JACQUELINE FAIRBRASS Feeling Absolutely Fabulous LLC (206) 883-3482

and home-based businesses. Professionals from all industries are welcome, and the Chamber offers many member benefits and activities, including marketing and advertising programs, networking opportunities, education, advocacy and support to nearly 300 members each year. For membership information, please visit www.snovalley.org or call the Chamber Office at (425) 888-6362.

2016 Membership Packages A Basic Chamber membership includes: • A plain listing in the Chamber’s online and printed business directory • Member pricing at Chamber Events • Receiving Chamber newsletters and e-mail distributions and updates.

Basic Membership Dues # of FTE’s 0-11 12-20 21-50 51+

Annual Dues $199.00 $315.00 $500.00 Select a package

OR select from one of our Membership Packages and get greater exposure with one easy payment. (Senior/Retiree and Non-profit discounts available)

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Snoqualmie, City above the Falls Snoqualmie is located approximately 25 miles east of Seattle and is the half-way point between Seattle and Snoqualmie Pass. It is best known for Snoqualmie Falls, a spectacular waterfall that attracts visitors from around the world. This and other landmarks, such as the Northwest Railway Museum and the historic district, create a unique destination for scenic beauty and adventure.

Seth Truscott/Record Photo

Snoqualmie Falls is a major attraction in the Snoqualmie Valley. Millions of visitors come to the Falls viewpoint off Highway 202 annually.

Something for everyone


isitors who come to spend an hour exploring majestic Snoqualmie Falls often end up spending the rest of the day checking out historic downtown Snoqualmie. The historic downtown area is centered on the Northwest Railway Museum’s 120-yearold depot and vintage rail cars. S n o qualmie Ridge includes c o m munity parks, dining and shopping options, while Centennial Fields Park is home to many community events such as the annual egg hunt and Snoqualmie Casino draw visitors for unparalleled views Centennial Field and gaming action. Easter Hunt Part of the mantra that guided development in Snoqualmie was the idea of connectivity, of residents being able to walk, jog or bike to jobs, shop-

View from Snoqualmie Point Park

ping, entertainment or neighbors. Thanks to that focus, Snoqualmie Ridge includes some 20 miles of hiking trails, connecting neighborhoods to all parts of the city as well as the King County Snoqualmie-Preston Trail. Wildlife abounds in the greenbelts near trails in Snoqualmie. On Silent Creek trail near Stellar Park, walkers may feel like they’re in the forest. The historic downtown district in Snoqualmie offers a variety of restaurants shops to browse.

Snoqualmie is a special place to visit and to call home. It is a historic, yet youthful town of 13,000. Snoqualmie neighborhoods include historic downtown, the master-planned community of Snoqualmie Ridge, and rural homes. Thirty-five percent of residents are under the age of 18 and served by the award-winning Snoqualmie Valley School District. A new elementary school, now under construction, is slated to open on Snoqualmie Ridge this fall and Mount Si High School will be rebuilt with the newest facilities and technology. While tourism is the primary contributor to Snoqualmie’s economy, many large businesses are opening and relocating here, providing jobs and strengthening the economy. Small businesses offer shopping, restaurants, and a wide range of professional services, and there is a newly built hospital in town. Snoqualmie is the official “Home of the Boeing Classic.” It has the distinction of having been named a “Greenest Town in Puget Sound” by PSE for resident participation in the Green Power program, and is also designated as a Tree City USA. Recreation in Snoqualmie is abundant for all ages and levels of fitness. There are 37 parks with many different amenities, more than 30 miles of maintained trails, hundreds of acres of open space, a large off-leash dog park, and access to regional trails for biking, hiking, and walking. Request a map of Snoqualmie’s businesses, parks, trails, and historic attractions.

Snoqualmie City Hall

38624 SE River Street / PO Box 987 Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Phone: (425) 888-1555 Email: info@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us Web: cityofsnoqualmie.org

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NorWest RV Park 45810 SE North Bend Way, North Bend, Troy Thompson (425) 888-9685

Krona & Krona CPA’s 39010 SE Delta St . Snoqualmie mattbaker@jonerlaw.com John Krona (425) 888-0916




Salish Lodge & Spa ART 6501 Railroad Avenue SE, Snoqualmie, Wendy Floyd (800) 272-5474 Jeffrey L. Waters, Artist reservations@salishlodge.com 6510 Fairway Ave SE, Snoqualmie, Jeffrey Waters (425) 396-1940 Snoqualmie Lodge jeffrey.waters@comcast.net aka Jernie Inn 706 Yellowstone Trail Rd, Snoqualmie Pass Northwest Framing Jeff & Bernie Schultek (425) 226-6217 Commercial schultek@quixnet.net 1964 4th Ave S, Seattle Jessica Self (206) 336-2366 Tall Chief RV Campground 29290 SE 8th St, Fall City Lori Salin

TreeHouse Point Fall City - Damon Bishop info@treehousepoint.com


ATTORNEYS Brown & Sterling P.S. 4318 Preston-Fall City Road SE, Fall City Lawrence F. Brown, Jr. (425) 222-6374

Office of David Speikers 32116 SE Redmond-Fall City Rd, Fall City David Speikers (425) 222-0555 dspeikers@hotmail.

AUTO PARTS/REPAIR/SALES North Bend Auto Parts, Inc. (NAPA) 1120 E North Bend Way, North Bend Steve McConkey (425) 888-1112

Chaplin’s Chevrolet North Bend 106 Main Ave. N., North Bend Mike Lawrence (425) 888-0781

Steve’s Doughnuts 7729 Greenridge Ct. SE, Snoqualmie Steve Pennington (425) 301-1014 steve@stevesdoughnuts.com

BANKS Heritage Bank 1250 NW Mall Street, Issaquah Charlotte Jacobs (425) 394-4450 charlotte.jacobs@heritagebanknw.com

Cascade Diesel Truck & RV Repair Key Bank 45830 SE North Bend Way, North Bend 7917 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie Karen Hahn (425) 888-1886 Michelle Petrovich (425) 396-8000 mail@cdtrv.com

michell_k_petrovich@keybank.com CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP ROSTER | PAGE 10



Joner Baker, PLLC 35332 SE Center St., Snoqualmie Matt Baker (425) 495-6273

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Agency, Inc 204 Ballarat Avenue N.,Insurance P.O. Box 1210 North Bend, WA 98045 Ken Rustad - Agent

Kitchen & Bathroom Remodeling Laundry/Mud Room • Countertops Cabinets • Flooring • Tile Design Family Owned Since 1986 660 NW GILMAN BLVD, ISSAQUAH • 425-270-3709 www.IntExpressionsLLC.com

Insurance Agency, Inc Ken.Rustad.CH1D@statefarm.com

Serving The Valley Ken Rustad - Agent For

More Than Years (425) 888-0421 Fax:23 (425) 831-6392 204 Ballarat Avenue N., P.O. Box 1210 North Bend, WA 98045

Serving The Valley For More Than 23 Years

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Serving The Valley For 204 Ballarat Avenue N., P.O. Box 1210 More Than 23 North Years Bend, WA 98045 Ken Rustad


• Residential / Commercial Carpet, Upholstery, Tile/Grout cleaning specialists • We clean “Green” – committed to healthy and environmentally safe cleaning • Local / Family owned and operated • Certified by I.I C.R.C (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification)


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10 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Opus Bank 139 Bendigo Blvd N, North Bend Cynthia Nygren (425) 831-1761 Umpqua Bank 146 W. Second St, North Bend Robert Wotton (425) 888-1616 robertwotton@umpquabank.com

BEAUTY SALONS Acacia Hair Salon 7721 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie Rene Howell (425) 396-7036 info@acaciahairsalon.com Bella Vita Spa & Salon, LLC 7984 Falls Ave, Snoqualmie Marie Everett (425) 888-4888 bellavitaspasalon@comcast.net

Lula Ruby an Organic Salon 7329 Better Way SE, Snoqualmie Angela Favero (425) 292-0816

BEER Mt Si Pub 45530 SE North Bend Way, North Bend Rob Sherard (425) 831-6155 robsherard@gmail.com



Snoqualmie Casino 37500 SE North Bend Way, Snoqualmie Eileen Duffin (425) 888-1234

Agape Chiropractic Healing Center 145 E. Third Street , North Bend Dr. Leslie Bedell (425) 888-1670 lesliebedell@comcast.net North Bend Chiropractic and Golf Fitness 325 E 3rd St, North Bend Dr. Matthew Mille D.C. (425) 888-3600




Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company 8032 Falls Ave, Snoqualmie Dave Eiffert 425-831-2357 (Taproom)

Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce 38767 SE River St, Snoqualmie Susan Husa (425) 888-6362 drmattmiller@clearwire.net





Twin Star Car Wash 9002 Railroad Ave SE, North Bend Susan & Joe Eddings (425) 466-6981

The Goddard School 34510 SE 96th Street, Snoqualmie Snoqualmie Ridge Julio Ibarra (425) 381-4185 Chiropractic 8026 Douglas


Optimal Health Chiropractic 7726 Center Blvd SE, Ste 125, Snoqualmie Jason Green (425) 396-0613 info@snoqualmiechiropractors.com


Ave SE Ste 102, Snoqualmie Benjamin Britton (425) 396-5570 dr.britton@comcast.net

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Explore North Bend

North Bend is a scenic and thriving community, known for its stunning views of Mount Si, Rattlesnake Ridge and the Cascades, and an impressive array of year-round recreation and cultural opportunities. The city’s parks and trails provide for hiking, fishing, bicycling, climbing, kayaking and wildlife observation, with options for snowboarding, snowshoeing and skiing in the immediate surrounding area. You can enjoy an eclectic mix of dining and shopping in historic downtown and at the Premium Outlet Stores. Whether you are a local looking for a night out in North Bend or are a visitor who just hiked Mount Si, Mailbox Peak, or Rattlesnake Ledge, North Bend offers a number of restaurants to refuel and socialize with your friends and family. Drop into Twede’s Café for a piece of ‘Twin Peaks’ cherry pie. Dine and listen to live jazz at Boxley’s, voted one of the best jazz clubs in the world. Attend a show at the Valley Center Stage, a community theater featuring classics and comedy. See a film at the North Bend Theatre, an independent theater since 1941 and home to the annual Mountain Film Festival. Plan a visit to the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum that is saving the history of the Valley, or drop by the new Visitor’s Information Center/ Mountain View Gallery for information on area attractions and view local artwork. Join us for our annual events, including the Festival at Mount Si; Downtown Block Party; Si View Farmer’s Market and Summer Concert Series; Blues Walk; Jazz Walk; Mountain Film Festival; and Holiday Festival. Check the city’s website for the full calendar of events, or sign up to receive city news under ‘Notify Me’ on the City’s website or like the North Bend Facebook page.

City Contact Information: Phone: (425) 888-1211 Email: cityhall@northbendwa.gov Website: http://northbendwa.gov Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/ North-Bend-WA/438037952888304

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Places to See and Be North Bend’s Visitor Information Center, above, is open Wednesdays through Sundays to help visitors find their way, while showcasing works of local artists. Recent shows featured Miska Salesmann, and Ellen Rowan, with catering by Deanna McCaulley of the Old Hen Bed and Breakfast, featured on FoodTV. Call the center at (425) 292-0260. North Bend Theatre: Opened in 1941, the North Bend Theatre, left, has been standing for 75 years in the Valley as a local landmark. The theatre has seen the evolution of cinema over decades and keeps up with new releases every week. It’s also a spot for community events, such as the annual North Bend Jazz and Blues Walks and a series of annual film festivals. The Banff Film Festival kicks off a week of holiday happenings in the city each winter and the Twin Peaks Festival draws fans and filmmakers from all over the world in July. Local film students also debut their films at the theatre every spring in the Wildcat Film Festival. Learn more about the North Bend Theatre at www.northbendtheatre.com. Sallal Grange: The Grange is America’s oldest continually operating fraternal organization. It’s been at the forefront of working for women’s rights, farmer’s rights, and the preservation of the family farm and in North Bend, the Sallal Grange is dedicated to supporting the Valley and nourishing local food, music, and community. Featuring a main hall available to rent and an eclectic series of events each month from contra dancing, left, to LAN gaming parties, the Grange has become a place where people can come and help the community in any way they want. In the past year, Grange members have hosted contra dances, community game nights, DIY fairs, Project Linus no-sew blanket bees, rummage sales, world-class musicians, fund raisers, and they all gathered one weekend to build a Tiny House to be donated to a resident of Seattle’s homeless encampment Nickelsville. Members collect cheese and dairy products for the local food bank every week, too. Joining the Grange costs only $43 and comes with discounts to events. For more information: sallalgrange.org.

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Celebrating 25 years of Twin Peaks


Grand Parade | Live Music | Arts & Crafts | Chili Cook-Off Kids Area| Blueberry Dessert Contest | Fireworks Beer Garden | Volleyball Tournament Wife Carrying Race| Cherry Pie Eating Contest Damn Fine Cup of Coffee Contest LOTS MORE…






At Si View Park in North Bend

EMAIL: GRANGER.KARENJ@GMAIL.COM OFFICE: 425.831.7707 • MOBILE: 206.947.7726 44434 SE 142ND PLACE • NORTH BEND WA 98045

Mountain Valley Montessori School 248 Main Ave. S | North Bend | 425-888-3369 www.mountainvalleymontessori.com


Curiosity, Independence, and a Love of Learning

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CITY GOVERNMENTS/ OFFICES City of North Bend 211 Main Ave. North, North Bend Gina Estep (425) 888-1211

Snoqualmie Police Dept. (covering Snoqualmie and North Bend) 34825 SE Douglas St, Snoqualmie Steve McCulley (425) 888-3333 smcculley@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us

Valley Professional Cleaning Service North Bend Brian Duncan (206) 930-5387 brian@valleyprofessionalcleaningservice.com



Cleaning Authority, The 125 E North Bend Way, North Bend City of Snoqualmie Paul McMahon (425) 292-9643 38624 SE River St, Snoqualmie tca.eastside@gmail.com Bob Larson (425)1557787_Wanted 888-1555 chamber info@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us 2x2.125 Northwest Premium Services


Coffee Express-O 7936 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie Ken Vaughn (425) 831-5226 coffee.expresso@comcast.net

7829 Center Blvd SE, St 166, Snoqualmie Louise Wall (206) 240-0189

The BindleStick

7822 Douglas Ave SE, Snoqualmie Rachelle Armstrong (425) 888-0259 rporterarmstrong@gmail.com

Pioneer Coffee 202 W. North Bend Way, North Bend DeAnna Haverfield (425) 292-0727 deanna.haverfield@gmail.com

SnoValley Coffee Co.

7811 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie Jacqui Fetherolf (425) 396-0337 snovalleycoffee@live.com





Recreation Programs for All Ages - Community Parks and Trails Snoqualmie Valley Community Events - Facility Rentals Volunteer Opportunities! 1557787

www.siviewpark.org 425-831-1900 SiViewMetroParks

Power For People Not For Profit!

Steve Walter, General Manager 45710 SE North Bend Way, P.O. Box 1426, North Bend 425-888-0623 or 1-800-472-0208 Fax: 425-888-5688 Email: steve@tannerelectric.coop




“The Mission of Tanner Electric Cooperative is to Provide our Communities With Exceptional Customer Service and Competitive Costs.”

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Fall City, built on Community By Ashley Glennon Fall City Community Association

Fall City is a friendly, Snoqualmie Valley community that welcomes you to visit or make your home here. Many are surprised to hear that we aren’t truly a city, but are simply an unincorporated rural town nestled along the banks of the Snoqualmie and Raging Rivers. The rivers play an important role in our community as thousands of visitors descend upon our town during the summer and fall months to float in the river and play along our broad, rocky shorelines. Over the last 10 years Fall City has experienced a growth rate of around 20 percent as people discover that we have some of the highest-rated schools in the area. Fall City has a vibrant arts community that hosts a variety of family and fine arts programs throughout the year and we also have an active historical society that is proud to promote and preserve the elements that make Fall City special. Our parks department is working hard to preserve and improve recreational opportunities and the Fall City Community Association strives to improve the quality of life for Fall City residents overall. Every summer, Fall City hosts Fall City Days, which includes a fun run, street parade, arts, crafts, food and much more. And in the late summer, the Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater offers outdoor entertainment. Fall City is also home to one of America’s most unique communities that includes a private airport, and we have gained national attention as the home of Treehouse Point, the home base of the Animal Planet program, Treehouse Masters. You can learn more about Fall City at www.fallcity.org or by picking up a free Fall City Neighbors newsletter monthly at the Fall City Post Office.

Carol Ladwig/Record Photo

Volunteers corral bright rubber ducks following the annual Fall City Days Ducky Derby.

Historic, Artistic, Fall City

Home to iconic landmarks like a 1934 totem pole, a 100 year-old roadhouse and an even older hop drying shed, Fall City is a busy and beloved community. Farms and trails surround the town, where people say “If you’re lucky enough to live in Fall City, you’re lucky enough.”

Fall City Arts Park

There’s a colorful corner in Fall City that will always be home to the arts. The Fall City Arts Park, a project of Fall City Arts, is the place to find spectacular chalk art on the sidewalks for Fall City Days, a bonfire and hot cider or cocoa at the community tree lighting each December and other arts on display throughout the year. Find the Fall City Art Park, and maybe the next activity of Fall City Arts, at the corner of 335th Place Southeast and Southeast Redmond-Fall City Road. Learn more at www.fallcityarts.com.

Raging River Live Music

If you’re looking for live music, look to the Raging River Cafe and Club in Fall City. The popular after-hours spot has live entertainment every night of the week, with no cover charge. The beer is cold, and the burgers are good! Learn more at www.theragingrivercafeclub.com/ entertainment.htm.

Living History

The small, but active Fall City Historical Society is bringing new historic signs to community landmarks, starting with the Fall City Masonic Hall and the NeighborBennett House, both listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Signs will feature QR codes; scan a code with your mobile device to see a detailed report on the site. You can also find the reports on the Fall City Historical Society’s website, www.fallcity.org/ historical. The society, with funding from King County 4Culture, is also developing new walking tour maps for visitors to the downtown, and eventually, to the Fall City Cemetery.

The 1888 hop shed in the Fall City Community Park is a reminder of the area’s past in the booming hop economy.

Semi-pro Baseball

Two semi-professional baseball teams brought fans out to the Fall City Community Park last summer. The park is the home field of the Pacific International League’s Northwest Honkers (www.honkersbaseball.com). Another PIL team, the Snoqualmie Valley Hurricanes (http://www.hometeamsonline.com/teams/?u=S NOVALLEYHURRICANES&s=baseball) plays at the Fall City park throughout the season, which starts in May.

Fall City Roadhouse

A fixture at the corner of Hwy 202 and the Preston-Fall City Road since 1916, the Fall City Roadhouse is part of an active farming community and tourism hot spot. Executive chef John Manning works to honor the community’s history and farm background with a creative menu featuring local ingredients in hearty fare.

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Breweries & Wineries BEER The Snoqualmie Valley is home to two great local breweries. Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company, making hand-crafted brews since 1997, and North Bend’s to-go style brewery, The Growler Station. Top: Find 13 brews on tap at the Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company, along with their own root beer. Pictured is Jaime Casady pouring a draft. Right: North Bend’s Growler Station owner Craig Shertz Below: Vicky Curnutt, Sigillo Cellars tasting room manager, pours a glass of an old world red. Bottom: Piccola Cellars tasting room is a venue for the 2015 Blues Walk.

At Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company there are seven regular taps, including the famous Wildcat IPA, and several rotating taps. The taproom also serves the local specialty, Meadowbrook Farm Ale, made from wild hops around the historic Meadowbrook Farm. Availability depends on the hop harvest, so supplies are limited. The family-friendly Taproom is open all week for lunch and dinner. Snoqualmie Falls Brewery is located at 8032 Falls Ave. S.E., Snoqualmie; Call the Taproom at (425) 831-2357; www.fallsbrew.com. A more recent addition to the Valley, The Growler Station in North Bend specializes in beer-to-go featuring 24 craft beers, nine ciders and a few different types of kombucha, a fermented but non-alcoholic drink. Buy their resuable 64-or 32-ounce Growler to fill up on anything they offer including root beer from Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company. Visit the Growler Station at 458 S.W. Mount Si Blvd., North Bend, online at http://growler-station.com/northbend, or call (425) 292-0088.

WINE The Snoqualmie Valley is not just a great place for beer, but for wine as well. Unique and stylish wineries are part of the Valley’s identity thanks to the efforts of Sigillo Cellars in Snoqualmie and Piccola Cellars in North Bend, and several more in Fall CIty and Carnation. With grapes grown in eastern Washington, Sigillo Cellars on Railroad Avenue, Snoqualmie, serves award-winning wines made just a few blocks away. Piccola Cellars, which is located in the old North Bend Fire Station on West 2nd Street, North Bend, opens up the engine doors and lets the sun in while serving wine from their Woodinville winery. Sample Sigillo wines for a $5 tasting fee, refundable with purchase of a bottle, or sip them by the glass, flight or bottle. Buy an empty bottle, or growler, at Piccola and have it filled with your choice from the menu. Sigillo Cellars: http://www.sigillocellars.com/ Piccola Cellars: http://piccolawine.com/

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COMMUNITY ORG. AtWork! 1935 152nd Pl NE, Bellevue Lisa Latchford (425) 864-0703 lisal@atworkwa.org

Si View Metro Parks 400 SE Orchard Drive, North Bend Travis Stombaugh (425) 831-1900 info@siviewpark.org Snoqualmie Valley YMCA 35018 SE Ridge St, Snoqualmie Nate Smith (425) 256-3115

Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Assoc. PO Box 370, Carnation

John Day Homes, Inc. PO Box 2930, North Bend Michelle Randall (425) 831-4901

The High Road Institute 549 227th Lane NE, Sammamish Ron Rael (425) 898-8072






Gordon Construction PO Box 429, Fall City Becky Gordon (425) 222-6570

Karen J Granger & Associates 44434 SE 142nd Place, North Bend Karen Granger (425) 831-7707


Washington BBI 38579 River Street #14, Snoqualmie Peter Busacca (425) 888-2351 consulting@washingtonbbi.com

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Gabriel Malouf, DDS, PLLC McClellan Building 37624 SE Fury St, Snoqualmie Operating Company Gabriel Malouf (425) 292-9230 PO Box 853, North Bend info@mysnoqualmiedentist.com Robert S. Yerkes (425) 831-5135 jcumming@jecumming.com James L. Browning DDS PLLC DISTRIBUTORS Petra Inc. 341 North Bend Boulevard N, North Bend 8106 Bracken Pl SE, Snoqualmie McClellan Building Operation James L. Browning, DDS (425) 888-2290 Dale Brevick (425) 396-4510 Nintendo of America Inc. northbenddds@hotmail.com dbrevick@petrainc.net 1229 NW 8th St, North Bend Ellen Krush (425) 861-2403 Kelly R. Garwood, DDS COUNSELING 421 Main Ave. S., North Bend EMERGENCY Eastside Psychological Kelly Garwood (425) 888-0867 Associates garwood.dental@gmail.com PREPAREDNESS 8226 Bracken Pl. SE Ste 200, Snoqualmie Servpro Alisa Burpee (425) 458-5048 Kirby M. Nelson, DDS, PS 2700 Lind Ave SW, Ste 200, Renton info@eastsidepsychologicalassociates.com 7726 Center Blvd, Suite 200, Snoqualmie Jeremy Kennard (425) 255-2227 Mary Ann Fowler (425) 831-0386 jkennard@servproofrenton.com CREDIT UNIONS 244 Bendigo Blvd N, North Bend Symbol Enterprises Sno Falls Credit Union Mary Ann Fowler (425) 888-1896 7319 Lake Alice Rd SE, Fall City 9025 Meadowbrook Way SE, Snoqualmie braces@kirbysortho.com Paula Spence 425-466-1218 Kaylee Hardman (425) 888-4004 JE Cumming Corporations 8102 Bracken Pl SE, Snoqualmie Jim Cumming (425) 292-0610

DN Traffic Consultants 8316 309th Ave SE, Preston Dariel Norris (206) 817-1790 info@dntrafficconsultants.com Encompass Engineering & Surveying 165 NE Juniper St., Suite 201, Issaquah Jim Kieburtz (425) 392-0250 Services@EncompassES.net

Perteet, Inc. 38579 SE River Street, Ste 1, Snoqualmie Rahmi Kutsal, PE (425) 888-5825 rahmik@perteet.com South Fork Geosciences, PLLC PO Box 1275, North Bend Andrew Glandon (425) 831-2023





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Farming Community, Shopping

Carnation is a rural town of 1,800 residents which prides itself on being a friendly and safe, familyoriented community. Within easy reach of Seattle, Carnation features an abundance of natural beauty and outdoor experiences. Framed by the Cascade foothills and nestled at the confluence of the Tolt and Snoqualmie Rivers, Carnation is in the center of the most productive agricultural district in King County. Carnation was founded as the Town of Tolt in 1912. The town later changed its name to Carnation to reflect its connection to the Carnation Milk Farm. Carnation’s river access offers some of the best Record Photos Above: Shops welcome yarn afi- salmon habitat cionados, antiquers and diners to in the region. downtown Carnation. Right: chil- Carnation also dren dance around the Maypole provides access for opening day of the Carnation to the 31-mile Farmer Market Snoqualmie Valley Trail and the 574-acre Tolt-MacDonald Park and Campground, home to the Timber music festival.

More than 250,000 visitors per year come to Tolt-MacDonald Park to camp, enjoy the Tolt and Snoqualmie Rivers, and ride mountain bikes or hike on the park’s trails. Carnation’s abundant parks also include a skateboard bowl, disc golf course, ball fields, and walking trails which provide opportunities for all age groups to enjoy outside activities. A variety of shops and restaurants dot the city’s downtown area. Carnation also celebrates its smalltown character with a classic 4th of July celebration. As many as 10,000 visitors come to enjoy the parade, fireworks, and traditional small-town festivities. In the summer, Carnation is surrounded by fresh strawberries, raspberries and blueberries at numerous u-pick farms. In the fall, it is the perfect place to find the best u-pick pumpkins. Remlinger Farms, just south of the city, is widely known for its children’s and family activities, corporate picnics, u-pick or prepicked produce, and other recreational events. Carnation offers biking, hiking, camping, and fishing. Carnation is your natural destination.

Carnation Farmers Market

Nestled in the heart of the Snoqualmie Valley, you’ll find plenty of fresh, local produce at the Carnation Farmers Market, open Tuesdays, 3 to 7 p.m., May through November. This gem of a market blends a topnotch selection of food and farm products with all the makings of a great family event, and housed under a majestic timber-frame structure designed, milled, and hand-crafted by local artisans. Just what’s all the buzz about local food? For most folks, fresh, locally grown food simply tastes better than food picked and shipped thousands of miles. But it’s really about much more than that. Local farms help preserve open space, build local economies, and nurture the genetic diversity of foods. Many farmers are also staunch supporters of the environment, planting stream buffers, changing fertilizer habits, and encouraging native species. The Carnation Farmers Market brings together all of these ideals in a weekly event that, at its core, is about local food. Find out more: carnationfarmersmarket.org and snovalleytilth.org.

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SubTerra, Inc. PO Box 520, North Bend Chris Breeds (425) 888-5425

US Forest Service Snoqualmie Ranger District 902 SE North Bend Way, Bldg 1 , North Bend Martie Schramm (425) 888-1421



Rainbow Lodge Retreat Center 46820 SE Mt Si Road, North Bend Tim Jack (425) 888-4181 info@rainbowlodge.org

EVENT PLANNING Sip in Washington North Bend Kimberlea Miller (425) 208-5902 kimberlea@sipinwashington.com

EYECARE Snoqualmie Valley Eyecare Associates “ 126 E. 2nd St, North Bend Brian Duvall (425) 831-2020 info@see20-20.com

FARMS Baxter Barn 31929 SE 44th St., Fall City Cory Huskinson (425) 765-7883 baxterbarn@hotmail.com

Bybee Farms 42930 SE 92nd St., North Bend Jayne & Steve Bybee (425) 888-5745 sbybee4@comcast.net


Down to Earth Flowers & Gifts 8096 Railroad Avenue SE Snoqualmie Maggi Whitaker (425) 831-1772 downtoearth@centurytel.net Fab Floral Snoqualmie Laurie Henderson (206) 679-6162 laurie@fabfloral.net

TPC, Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Club 36005 SE Ridge St, Snoqualmie Rebekah Ulatowski (425) 396-6000 tpcsr@tpcsr.com


Smart Snacks 2 Go 6767 Cascade Ave SE, Snoqualmie (913) 708-0933



Meadowbrook Urgent Care & Specialty Clinic Birches Habitat 209 Main Ave S, Suite 115, North Bend, 202 W North Bend Way , North Bend Janet Eppright (425) 831-0777 Nancy Wray (425) 292-9390 kcfiredistrict38@comcast.net jeppright@meadowbrookurgentcare.com bircheshabitat@gmail.com King County Council District 3 Overlake Hospital Medical Corners Gift Shop 516 3rd Ave, Rm 1200, Seattle Center 8002 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie Councilmember Kathy Lambert 1035 116th Ave NE, Bellevue Peggy Lefley (425) 888-2488 (206) 477-1003 Gwendolyn Bibb (425) 688-5605 peggy.lefley@cornersgiftshop.com kathy.lambert@kingcounty.gov Health Care Regency North Selah Gifts Bend GRAPHIC DESIGN 111 North Bend Way, Suite A, North Bend 219 Cedar Ave S., North Bend Just B Art and Design, LLC Shelly Woodward (425) 396-0898 Charlene Herman 425-888-2129 North Bend selahgifts@hotmail.com admissions@regencynorthbend.com Erica Becker Morin (425) 260-0282 erica@justbartanddesign.com Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Trinkets & Treasures 4206 336th Pl. S.E., Fall City “24/7 Emergency Care TALON Graphics Kelly Sanchez (425) 441-8471 9801 Frontier Avenue SE, Snoqualmie, P.O. Box 1096, Duvall info@trinketsandtreasuresfallcity.com“ Rodger McCollum ??(425) 831-2300 Timothy Zilinsky 425-788-3379 rodgerm@snoqualmiehospital.org


Fire District #38 PO Box 44, North Bend Chris Dahline, Ron Pedee, Matt Talbot (425) 888-1555



All Service Glass 255 N.E. Juniper St., Issaquah Joe Blundell (425) 392-1122



Technical Glass Products 8107 Bracken Place SE, Snoqualmie LouAnn Smith (800) 426-0279 sales@fireglass.com

GOLF Cascade Golf Course 14319 436th Ave SE, North Bend Dean Pattermann (425) 888-4653 Mount Si Golf Course 9010 Boalch AVE SE, North Bend Brandon Proudfoot (425) 391-4926 info@mtsigolf.com

The Ridge IGA 7730 Center Blvd. SE, Ste A, Snoqualmie Tyler Myers (425) 396-1340


Carmichael’s True Value Hardware 8150 Falls Ave SE, Snoqualmie Wendy Thomas (425) 888-1107 wthomas@truevalue.net

North Bend Ace Hardware 330 Main Avenue S., North Bend Gordon Gaub (425) 888-1242


Swedish Medical Center/ Issaquah Campus 751 N.E. Blakely Dr., Issaquah Natalie Kozimor (425) 313-4000 Verity Care, LLC PO Box 1976, Snoqualmie Steven Hong (425) 736-4994 veritycare@centurylink.net


Snoqualmie Ridge ROA 7713 Center Blvd. SE, Ste 100, Snoqualmie (425) 396-5430 info@ridgeroa.com

HOUSING Rock Creek Ridge 1525 Rock Creek Ridge Blvd SW, North Bend Shelly Bevens (425) 831-8500 rockcreekridge@braddockandlogan.com

Feeling Absolutely Fabulous LLC 46142 SE Edgewick Road, North Bend, Jacqueline Fairbrass (206) 883-3482 jacquelinefairbrass@gmail.com CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP ROSTER | PAGE 26

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Valley events through the seasons There is always something happening somewhere in the Valley. Mark your calendar with the following special events.


Sallal Grange hosts contra dances on the third Friday of each month, at the Grange Hall, open mic night on the first Friday of the month, and a community game night on the last Wednesday of each month. For schedule, visit www. sallalgrange.org.

April Train rides: Northwest Railway Museum starts its season of weekend train rides Saturday, April 2. Each Saturday and Sunday through October, the Northwest Railway Museum offers scenic rides through the Cascade Foothills to the top of Snoqualmie Falls. Visitors explore train cars, exhibits, and a Victorian-era depot while following in the footsteps of more than 1 million travellers who have passed through its doors since 1890. Arbor Day: Snoqualmie celebrates National Arbor Day, at the Railroad Park Gazebo. North Bend Jazz Walk: North Bend Jazz Walk: Downtown North Bend venues host jazz legends and local talent in a festival that spans three city blocks in the North Bend Jazz Walk. Visit www.northbendjazzwalk.com to plan your night of jazz and local color.

May Go Fish: Mount Si Fish and Game Club hosts its annual free Kids Fishing Derby starting at sunrise on the first Saturday in May, at the ponds at the Snoqualmie

Police Station. Top anglers in various age groups receive prizes. Fun Run: Cinco de Mayo Half-marathon and 8K fun runs are the first Saturday in May. Learn more at www.runsnoqualmie.com. Heart of the Valley: Photographer Mary Miller’s annual community gathering, now in its fifth year, is an official event in the Valley. Join the crowd at Centennial Fields Park to draw huge human shapes, then enjoy the music and food afterward. Live theater: Valley Center Stage features a community theater production of “The Lion in Winter,” May 5 to 21, to close out its season. The new season starts in October. Visit www.valleycenterstage.org.

June Bike Rodeo: Snoqualmie Police host the annual bike safety rodeo in both Snoqualmie and North Bend in early June. Learn more at www. ci.snoqualmie.wa.us/Departments/Police. aspx. North Bend Farmer’s Market: Fresh produce, live entertainment at the North Bend Farmers Market and Summer Concert Series, 4 to 8 p.m. Thursdays, June through September at Si View Park. Visit www.siview.park.org. Fall City Days: Start the summer at Fall City Days, Saturday, June 11, with a morning fun run and parade, rubber Duck Derby, watermelon-eating contest, live music and more. Visit www. fallcity.org/fallcity_days. html.

July Fourth of July: Celebrate America’s birthday, Carnation style, with a hometown parade, fun run and walk, and the Sno-Valley Senior Center’s famous ‘Strawberry Shortcake Feast.’ Spend the afternoon listening to live music riverside and then catch the fireworks. Visit www.carnation4th.org. OR, spend the day on Snoqualmie Ridge with a parade and events at Snoqualmie Community Park. Thomas the Tank: Thomas the Tank Engine visits Snoqualmie at Northwest Railway Museum’s Snoqualmie Depot, July 15 to 17 and 22 to 24. Thomas and his popular storybook character friends host. Locals, get a $2 discount when you buy your tickets at the depot, through May 4. Or order them online at www. trainmuseum.org. Relay for Life: Join the fight against cancer July 9 at North Bend’s Torguson Park. Learn more at snovalleyrelay.org. Downtown Block Party: North Bend’s Block Party returns Saturday, July 16 and 17 in downtown. Two stages host to a bevy of local bands. Sunday, Legends Car Club hosts a car show. Twin Peaks Festival: “Twin Peaks,” the television drama created by David Lynch and Mark Frost, was filmed primarily in North Bend and Snoqualmie. So was much of the new season, to debut on Showtime this year. Fans celebrate the series every summer with the Twin Peaks Festival. Visit http://www.twinpeaksfest.com.

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August North Bend’s big party: The Festival at Mount Si honors the community spirit of North Bend as it preserves the past, celebrates the present, and embraces our future. For more information and a full list of the events, visit www.festivalatmtsi.org. Snoqualmie Railroad Days: More than seven decades of local tradition and railroad heritage are behind Snoqualmie’s Railroad Days, a weekend of fun that includes parades, rail history demonstrations, live music and family entertainment. There’s also a firefighter pancake breakfast, fun runs and a classic car show. To learn more, visit www.trainmuseum.org. Paint Out: Painters take their easels into the open air at the annual Snoqualmie Plein Air Paint Out during Railroad Days. Visitors can watch these artists at work, buy artworks and explore local scenery. See the community from a new, artistic perspective. Visit www. ci.snoqualmie.wa.us. Boeing Classic Champions Tour: Top pro golfers on the PGA Champions Tour compete for a $2 million purse at the TPC Snoqualmie Ridge. Get tickets at www.boeingclassic.com. Gigantic Bike Festival: Gigantic Bicycle Festival is the Pacific Northwest’s annual summer celebration of bicycle culture. The three day, mid-August festival features a diverse, gloriously multifaceted and regionally representative mix

of live music, hand-built bicycles, visual and performance art, film, comedy, guest speakers, sculpture, and interactive installation pieces. Battle of Snoqualmie: The Washington Civil War Association presents historic re-enactments all weekend. Hear the crash and boom of the artillery. Feel the weight of the rifles and packs that the soldiers carried. Meet the fine ladies in their gorgeous dresses. Watch as battles are reenacted, and honor the 700,000 Americans who died as a result of the war. Learn more at http://battleofsnoqualmie.com.

September North Bend Blues Walk: Downtown North Bend venues host blues legends and local talent in a pedestrian festival. Visit www.northbendblueswalk.com to plan your night of music and fun.

October Halloween at Si View: Si View Community Center is home to the full spectrum of Halloween celebration, from the silly—pick a floating pumpkin from the Si View patch — to the spooky harvest carnival celebration, to the downright scary haunted house. Learn more at www.siviewpark.org. Night on a Dark Trail: Spooky, entertaining Halloween trail walk at Snoqualmie Ridge is for youth, teens and adults. Visit www.nightonadarktrail.weebly.com for more information.

October to November Mountain Film Series: Starting in early October, North Bend Theatre, downtown North Bend, shows films from its annual Mountain outdoor series each Sunday afternoon, through December. Visit http://northbendtheatre.com for a full schedule.

December Tree Lightings: Community Christmas celebrations happen in Fall City, Snoqualmie and North Bend. Hear carolers, meet Santa, and try skating on Snoqualmie’s synthetic ice rink. Banff Film Festival: North Bend Theatre hosts the Banff Film Festival, a renowned screening of the best mountain and outdoor recreation oriented films in the world. For details, visit www. northbendtheatre.com. Santa Train: Ride the train with Santa, starting Thanksgiving weekend. Learn more at www.trainmuseum.org. Holiday Bazaar: Buy holiday gifts and enjoy a full day of entertainment by local young talent. The bazaar features hand-crafted goods, carolers, and the Si View dance program.

Chamber Gala Going formal Each fall, the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce hosts a gala event at the glamorous Snoqualmie Casino Ballroom. It’s an opportunity to break out that formal wear and take it for a spin at the dinner, dance and auction. Proceeds support the Chamber programs throughout the year. Learn more about this year’s event, Nov. 20, at www.snovalley.org.

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Snoqualmie Valley Places of Interest SNOQUALMIE • WA


1 Snoqualmie Falls and Salish Lodge & Spa, 6501 Railroad Ave SE 2 Snoqualmie Casino, 37500 SE North Bend Way 3 Snoqualmie Valley Chamber Visitor's Center, 38767 SE River St 4 Northwest Railway Museum, 38625 SE King Street 5 Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, 9575 Ethan Wade Way SE 6 Mount Si Golf Course, 9010 Boalch Ave SE


7 TPC Snoqualmie Ridge, 36005 Se Ridge St 8 Snoqualmie Y and Community Center, 35018 SE Ridge St 9 Snoqualmie Police Station, 34825 SE Douglas St


10 Snoqualmie City Hall, 38624 SE River St 11 Snoqualmie Valley School District Office, 8001 Silva Ave SE 12 Snoqualmie Library, 38580 SE River St


NORTH BEND • WA 13 North Bend Premium Outlets, 461 South Fork Ave SW 14 North Bend Theatre, 125 Bendigo Blvd N 15 Valley Center Stage, 119 W North Bend Way 16 Si View Community Center, 400 SE Orchard Dr 17 Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum, 320 Bendigo Blvd S 18 North Bend City Hall, 211 Main Avenue N 19 Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank, 126 E 3rd St 20 Mount Si Senior Center, 411 Main Ave S

FALL CITY • WA 21 Fall City Library, 33415 Se 42nd Pl 22 Fall City Park, 4099 Fall City Carnation Rd SE 23 Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater, 36800 SE David Powell Rd 24 Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course, 35109 SE Fish Hatchery Rd 25 Twin Rivers Golf Course, 4446 Preston Fall City Rd SE 26 Fall City Food Pantry, 4326 337th Pl SE Map courtesy of Google Map


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26 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce The Woodlands 34626 SE Swenson Drive Snoqualmie Shar Eller (425) 396-1020 live@srwoodlands.com

Simpson, Carolyn 34802 SE Garden Ct., Snoqualmie (425) 890-2239


Rodne, Jay State Representative PO Box 2848, Issaquah (425) 890-3336

Cole, Bob Snoqualmie (425) 749-6905


Doy, Geoffrey North Bend, WA 98045” Hankins, Susan North Bend (425) 888-4410 Lawrence, Carol PO Box 333, Snoqualmie McNeely, Gloria PO Box 302, Snoqualmie


khauglie@hauglieinsurance.com Edward Jones

Mumma Associates Insurance 11811 NE 1st, # 307, Bellevue Jeff Mumma (425) 455-1406

P.O. Box 906, Snoqualmie Colin Barber (425) 831-5026 colin.barber@edwardjones.com

mumma@mummainsurance.com Edward Jones

Waters, Carol (425) 396-1940 carolwaters@comcast.net

Sean Sundwall Insurance Agency 8224 Railroad Ave SE, Suite B, Snoqualmie Sean Sundwall (425) 292-7027

White, Larry sean.sundwall@amfam.com Snoqualmie (425) 222-6109 lwhite@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us SR Benefits Consulting 37106 SE Gala Court, Snoqualmie INSURANCE Steve Rackets (425) 301-4449 Carriage Insurance Agency srackets-ins@comcast.net 301 Bendigo Blvd N, North Bend Jody Runge (425) 888-5066 State Farm Insurance jody@carriageagency.com 204 Ballarat Avenue North, North Bend Ken Rustad (425) 888-0421 CLG Employer Resources LLC 209 Main Ave S, Suite 100, North Bend Anessa Willson (425) 381-4141 clg@clger.com

7329 Better Way SE A105, Snoqualmie, Carlos De Imus (425) 888-2068 carlos.deimus@edwardjones.com

Voya Financial Advisors 10655 NE 4th St, Suite 300, Bellevue, Stuart Smith 425-429-3026 stuart.smith@voyafa.com

Weaver Financial LLC 401 Ballarat Ave, Suite 101, North Bend Steve Weaver (425) 292-3295 sweaver@eaglestrategies.com





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North Bend Library (King County Library System 115 E 4th Street North Bend (425) 888-0784

Highlight Group 7829 Center Blvd SE #303, Snoqualmie Regan Crawford (425) 591-4499 hello@highlightgroup.com

Northwest Railway Museum 38625 SE King Street, Snoqualmie Richard Anderson (425) 888-3030

Big Star Studios 7723 Center Blvd SE Snoqualmie Corey Mosley (425) 292-3342 corey@bigstarstudios.com


White Horse Promotional Products 4049 251st PL SE Issaquah, WA 98029 Tori Gaines (425) 681-8557 tori@whitehorsepromos.com

Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum 320 Bendigo Blvd. S. , North Bend Gardiner Vinnedge (425) 888-3200

Spacelabs Healthcare 35301 SE Center Street, Snoqualmie Janet Story 425-396-3300 virginia.owens@spacelabs.com





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NEWSPAPERS Snoqualmie Valley Record 8124 Falls Ave Bx 300, Snoqualmie William Shaw (425) 888-2311 wshaw@valleyrecord.com SnoValley Star 45 Front St S, Issaquah (425) 392-6434


Encompass 1407 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend, Nela Cumming (425) 888-2777

Boxley Music Fund PO Box 493, North Bend Danny Kolke (425) 292-9307


Imagine Housing 10604 NE 38th PL, Suite 215, Kirkland (425) 576-5190


Eastside Baby Corner 1510 NW Maple Street, Issaquah Renee Zimmerman (425) 865-0234


Mamma’s Hands North Bend Genie Benson (206) 915-2073 info@mammashands.org Mountains to Sound Greenway 911 Western Ave, Suite 203, Seattle Jennifer McKeown (206) 382-5555 info@mtsgreenway.org

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32841 SE 47th Pl Fall City Wing Chun Kung Fu, Qi GoNG & Meditation

The Snoqualmie Valley membership luncheon meets the last Wednesday of the month at the TPC Snoqualmie Golf Course.


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Valley Museums Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum

Home of the Snoqualmie people for thousands of years, the Snoqualmie Valley has a vibrant history that is shared at the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum. Situated in a strategic trade and transportation corridor, the Valley has always been an important location for the regional economy, especially as the Snoqualmie Pass provided access for the majority of east/west trade. This trade route has greatly shaped the history of the area. The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society operates the museum, located at 320 Bendigo Blvd. S., in the Gardiner Weeks Memorial Park in North Bend. Hours of operation are Artifacts of the Valley’s rugged past can be viewed here from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday through Tuesday, in April through October, and noon to 4 p.m. Mondays and Tuesdays, November through March. The museum is also open by appointment. The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum has a rich collection of photographs, stories and pioneer artifacts. View items from a turn-of-the century kitchen, see tools and toys used by people living in that era, and hear what the Valley was like in the year 1940. Another exhibit looks at artifacts and history of the Snoqualmie Tribe. The Museum Farm Shed provides a window display of the history of agriculture in the area. In addition, the museum offer more than 15 books and videos associated with local history for sale, including Vanished, the indexed 601-page book of Valley photographs taken from 1942-1967 by YMCA director Harold Keller and covering the Weyerhaeuser mill and woods; Scouting; school activities; hunting, trapping and fishing; World War II; and, of course, YMCA activities. Learn more at http://www.snoqualmievalleymuseum.org.

Above: The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum. Left: Vance Wolverton and Stenstrom’s auto trip to Summit of Snoqualmie Pass in 1910. Bottom: The Northwest Railway Museum offers visitors a visit to the Valley of 100 years ago. Credit: USFS

Northwest Railway Museum With a call of “All aboard!” Northwest Railway Museum invites visitors to step back in time and experience rail travel as it used to be aboard historic railway cars. This year, the Northwest Railway Museum is offering more than just a train ride experience to its visitors and rail fans. For the first time, nearly all of the weekend train excursions will include a stop to see the incredible train collection in the Train Shed Exhibit building. This gives guests the opportunity to learn more about the history of how the railway changed everything with a particular look at railroading in the Snoqualmie Valley and the Pacific Northwest. Docent-led premier tours are also offered on the first and third Saturdays of each month which include a tour of the historic Snoqualmie Depot, a longer tour of the Train Shed and a visit to the Conservation and Restoration Center to see firsthand the latest work being done on some of the Museum’s rolling stock. Round- trip excursions are two hours long and train season begins on Saturday, April 2. Train season runs on Saturdays and Sundays through October, excluding two weekends in July during Day Out with Thomas events. The Northwest Railway Museum offers scenic rides through the Cascade foothills to the top of Snoqualmie Falls. Visitors explore train cars, exhibits, and a Victorian-era depot while following in the footsteps of more than 1 million travelers who have passed through its doors since 1890. They also experience travel before the age of Interstate highways and the excitement of a working railroad with all of its bells and whistles. Passengers board the train in Snoqualmie, 38625 S.E. King Street, beginning at 11 a.m., or in North Bend, 205 E. McClellan Street beginning at 11:30 a.m. Admission is: $10 for children, $16 for seniors, $18 for adults, and children under 2 ride free. For more information: www.trainmuseum.org or call (425) 888-3030.

Tolt Historical Society

Tolt Historical Society at Carnation was started in 1983 and for several years had a small museum at the Sno Valley Senior Center. In 2011, the museum was relocated to Carnation Farm. Elbridge (better know as Bridge) Stuart, the grandson of the founder of Carnation Farms and his wife, gave the museum space in an old milking barn which also housed his collection of refurbished carriages, milk wagons and trucks. Stuart had purchased Carnation Farm from Nestle, putting it into a foundation so that it would always be Carnation Farm. The historical society has several thousand artifacts dating from the 1800s, including early logging and farming tools, ladies’ combs, a full case of Tolt High School memorabilia from 1925 to 1993, and a large collection of dolls, doll furniture and sports equipment. The museum is open to the public on Saturday afternoons from 1 to 3 p.m.,. on the following dates in 2016: April 16; May 28; June 25; July 23; Aug. 27; Sept. 24; Oct. 22; and Nov. 12. Group tours can also be arranged for by contacting Isabel Jones, isabelj2@juno.com. Tolt Historical Society meets at 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month, September through May, at the Sno Valley Senior Center.

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Snoqualmie Valley Hospital

The staff at Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, Snoqualmie Ridge Medical Clinic, Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Clinic and Snoqualmie Hospital Rehabilitation Clinic are dedicated to providing expert, compassionate, quality care to the communities of North Bend, Snoqualmie, Snoqualmie Pass, Preston, Fall City, Carnation and surrounding areas.

include gastroenterology, sports medicine and physical rehabilitation, mental health, cardiology and pediatric care.

The board-certified and specially-trained staff provides uncompromising quality of care to help patients recover and regain the same level of independence they enjoyed before injury or illness. Snoqualmie Valley Hospital recently received national recognition as a Top 20 Critical Access Hospital in Quality by the National Rural Health Association.

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Clinic and Snoqualmie Hospital Rehabilitation Clinic are located at 9801 Frontier Ave. SE, Snoqualmie, just off Snoqualmie Parkway at exit I-90; access is via SE 99th St. To make an appointment, call (425) 831-2300.

The newly-built modern hospital facility, which opened in May, 2015, is recognized throughout Washington State for premier post-acute rehabilitation and skilled nursing care through the Swing Bed Program. When necessary, the organization collaborates with other area healthcare organizations to offer patients a full spectrum of care.

Snoqualmie Ridge Medical Clinic is at 35020 SE Kinsey Street on Snoqualmie Ridge. Call 425-396-7682 for an appointment.

Services include a 24-hour emergency department, primary care, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation therapies, lab services, state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging and endoscopy/colonoscopy procedures. Specialty services -1-1.


To learn more, go to www.snoqualmiehospital.org.


Snoqualmie Valley Hospital. Dedicated to quality. Devoted to community.

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North Bend Educational & Cultural Association PO Box 1170, North Bend Jill Massengill (425) 888-8535


Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank 122 East 3rd Street, North Bend Heidi Dukich (425) 888-7832 director@snoqualmievalleyfoodbank.org


The Nursery at Mount Si 42328 SE 108th St., North Bend Nels Melgaard (425) 831-2276 westyshed@gmail.com

OUTDOOR RECREATION Cascade Mountain Tech 8086 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie Kristi Wood (425) 256-1701 kristi@cascademountaintech.com

DirtFish Rally School 7001 396th Drive SE, Snoqualmie (425) 888-7715 info@dirtfish.com


Jean Johnson Productions Sammamish Jean Johnson (425) 681-8390 jean@jeanjohnsonproductions.com Jeff Goble Photography PO Box 301, North Bend, Jeff Goble (425) 831-2129

CCTV CameraScan 203 West 3rd Street, North Bend Colleen Burin (425) 888-9778



Claffeys Painting 204 Ballarat Avenue North, North Bend Kevin Kalberg (425) 888-3634



Filta Snoqualmie, WA 98065” Jano Vrana (425) 292-0590

Remax Integrity 208 Main Avenue S, Suite B, North Bend Carol Wright (425) 396-7100



Hibu Stori Stone (425) 429-8200

Remax Integrity 208 Main Ave S, Suite B, North Bend Henry Callahan (425) 396-7100

EDGE Physical Therapy storistone@hibu.com & Rehabilitation henrycallahan@remax.net 37624 SE Fury St Suite #C-201,, Snoqualmie REAL ESTATE Rowley Properties, Inc. Shilpa Patel (425) 292-0223 The RYCO Group info@edgeptandrehab.com 1595 NW Gilman Blvd. Ste 1, Issaquah 1730 Tannerwood Way SE, North Bend Lisa Riley (425) 395-9563 Peak Sports and Spine Alicia Messa (425) 919-9302 lisa@rowleyproperties.com Physical Therapy info@aliciamessa.com Spear Home Inspection Inc. 7726 Center Blvd SE, Ste 220, Snoqualmie Cook Real Estate Services LLC PO Box 512, North Bend (425) 396-7778 info@peaksportsandspinept.com 102 W North Bend Way, North Bend Gregg Spear (425) 888-4470 David Cook (425) 922-5395 gspear@spearhomeinspection.com



Stanton Plumbing Inc. John L Scott 45333 SE 140th St., North Bend Snoqualmie Valley Property Mark Lowe (425) 471-0873 Management



43404 SE North Bend Way, North Bend Seglinda Jones (425) 888-3717 svpm98045@yahoo.com

North Bend Montessori, Inc. John L Scott North Bend 248 Ballarat Avenue N, North Bend Susan Weigel (425) 831-5766 301 West North Bend Way, North Bend Monica Antone (425) 888-2110 nbmontessori@comcast.net

North Bend Premium PRINTING Outlets Dark Horse Ink 461 S Fork Ave SW, # E-1, North Bend P.O. Box 901, Preston Ed Huebner (425) 888-4106 Michael Hughes (425) 222-3555 info@darkhorseink.com


MK Property Services, LLC 8124 Falls Ave. SE, Snoqualmie Mike Kirkland (425) 888-2993

Minuteman Press of Issaquah 180 NE Juniper St, Issaquah Damon Garcia (425) 391-4950

info@claffeys.com issaquah@minutemanpress.com



Genuine Image Photography Snoqualmie Brenda Huckle (425) 831-7748

Acceptiva, LLC P.O. Box 104, Snoqualmie John Tedeschi (425) 831-2264

clients@acceptiva.com genuineimage@hotmail.com


Windermere Real Estate 1810 15th Place NW, Ste 100, Issaquah Yvonne Dalke (425) 829-3772 ydalke@windermere.com

RECREATION Jet’s Gymnastics Express 17319 432nd Ave SE, North Bend Johnetta Renkert (425) 888-0349


Infusion Bar & Grill John L. Scott Real Estate 7727 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie 1700 NW Gilman Blvd. Ste. 300, Issaquah Candie Webb (425) 766-5803 Debbie Barrientes (425) 292-3576

infusion@infusionbarandgrill.com candiewebb@johnlscott.com

Karin Simpson Realtor 102 W North Bend Way, North Bend Karin Simpson (425) 387-3388

Fall City Roadhouse 4200 Preston-Fall City Rd SE, Fall City (425) 222-4800

Keller Williams 7029 Carmichael Ave SE, Snoqualmie Melissa Ross Homes (206) 235-0456

Frankies Pizza 249 Main Ave. South Ste. A , North Bend Chris Garcia (425) 888-4477

ksimpson@cookreservices.com scott@holmancpa.com




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Snoqualmie Valley Schools


elcome to the Snoqualmie Valley School District. The district serves approximately 6,600 students in nine schools, with a new elementary school opening in the fall. The district encompasses over 400 square miles, serving families in Snoqualmie, North Bend, Fall City and surrounding areas of unincorporated King County.

Above: Snoqualmie Valley School Board representatives from left are: standing, Directors Dan Popp, Marci Busby, Tavish MacLean, Geoff Doy and Carolyn Simpson and Superintendent Joel Aune; sitting, student representatives Baly Botten and Adya Kumar. Courtesy Photo Below: Girls link hands as they start the first day of school in North Bend.

Snoqualmie Valley School District 8001 Silva Ave SE, Snoqualmie www.svsd410.org Superintendent Joel Aune (425) 831-8000

Student achievement is the district’s top priority to ensure all students are prepared for college, careers and citizenship. Snoqualmie Valley schools offer rigorous academic curriculum, career education options, a broad range of extracurricular experiences, extensive technology resources, hands-on STEM education, student support services and a positive and safe environment. The district has an unwavering commitment to school improvement and invests in great teaching. Educators receive quality professional development, instructional coaching, peer-mentor support and in-depth technology training, to help them maximize the potentials of students. In recent years, student assessment scores and the number of students choosing more rigorous academic courses have trended upward. The district graduation rate has steadily improved, reaching 92 percent in 2015 (97 percent at Mount Si High School). Snoqualmie Valley is the only school district in Washington State -- and one of only five districts in the nation -- to earn the prestigious AP Honor Roll distinction for six consecutive years for increased student participation and performance on rigorous college-level Advanced Placement exams. Mount Si High School’s jazz band has been recognized among the top 15 bands in the nation at the Essentially Ellington Festival in New York, for the past three years. Thanks to the community’s support of a $244 million school bond in 2015, the district is expanding and improving its schools to better serve its growing student population. In addition to building a new elementary school, planning continues toward a complete rebuild of Mount Si High School, reinstating a 3rd middle school, and making improvements to other schools. Strong support from the community and the daily efforts of exceptional staff make this school district a very special place. Visit a school, or stop by the district’s historic administration building to learn more, or visit www.svsd410.org.

Cascade View Elementary School

Snoqualmie Elementary School

Mount Si High School

Fall City Elementary School

Timber Ridge Elementary School

Mount Si Freshman Campus

34816 SE Ridge St. Snoqualmie http://cves.svsd410.org (425) 831-4100

33314 SE 42nd Street Fall City http://www.svsd410.org/Domain/9 (425) 831-4000

North Bend Elementary School

400 East Third Street North Bend http://www.svsd410.org/Domain/10 (425) 831-8400

Opstad Elementary School

1345 Stilson Ave. SE, North Bend http://oes.svsd410.org (425) 831-8300

39801 SE Park St., Snoqualmie http://ses.svsd410.org (425) 831-8050

Opens August 2016 34412 SE Swenson Drive Snoqualmie

Chief Kanim Middle School

32627 Redmond-Fall City Rd. Fall City http://ckms.svsd410.org (425) 831-8225

Twin Falls Middle School

46910 S.E. Middle Fork Rd, North Bend http://tfms.svsd410.org (425) 831-4150

8651 Meadowbrook Way SE, Snoqualmie http://mshs.svsd410.org (425) 831-8100 9200 Railroad Ave S.E. Snoqualmie http://mshs.svsd410.org (425) 831-8450

Two Rivers School

330 Ballarat Ave. N., North Bend http://trs.svsd410.org (425) 831-4200

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Arts Entertainment: Arts organizations and live theaters showcase local talent


noqualmie Valley communities may be modest in size, but our local arts culture is alive and thriving. Theater troupes and artist organizations promote the finest in creative talent.

Take Center Stage

Valley Center Stage has been providing high quality live theater for over 12 years in North Bend. Its goal is to provide live theater to the Valley and engage the audience along the way. Over the past year Valley Center Stage has put on productions including “Greater Tuna” a two-man show about a small town in Texas, “Becky’s New Car” which breaks the fourth wall and asks the audience to interact with the characters, as well as four episodes of Twilight Zone adapted for live theater. Valley Center Stage located at 119 North Bend Way, North Bend (on the second floor of the Mason Lodge) and is handicapped accessible. Visit the website at www.valleycenterstage.org for more information or to sign up for a show mailing list.

Theater in the Woods

Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater is a symbiosis of nature and musical theater. The outdoor family-oriented venue is surrounded by 95 acres of woods. The land provides the setting for theater productions, while the shows provide funding for stewardship and maintenance of the land. Begun in the 1960s as an outgrowth of the annual Fall City Passion Play, the theater soon became a haven for school children, actors looking for a way to gain theater skills, and outdoor enthusiasts. Since the original plays in the 60s, minimalistic sets and performances have evolved into professional level musical productions. Development is never complete, and the theater welcomes volunteers and donations in support of its vision to provide entertainment, stewardship and community throughout the year. Learn more at the theater website, www.foresttheater.org.

Boxley’s Jazz Club

Boxley’s Jazz Club is the North Bend venue for live music, bringing in worldrenowned jazz musicians to perform nearly every night of the week. Located in the historic McGrath Hotel on the corner of North Bend Way and Main,

Boxley’s is the center for musical events like the annual Jazz Walk in the spring and the fall Blues Walk, plus, Santa makes a stop here during the city’s holiday festival to meet with local children in the cozy fireplace room. On Wednesdays, high school musicians perform for Future Jazz Heads, and Thursdays through Saturdays are usually booked with local and national acts, including, just last month, Jazz at Lincoln Center saxophonist Walter Blanding. On Sundays, you can hear Boxley’s manager Danny Kolke, a renowned musician himself, on the grand piano. Boxley’s is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, except when a special event is booked. Boxley’s is located at 101 W North Bend Way, North Bend. Call the club at (425) 292-9307. See the club website for the current schedule, http:// www.boxleysplace.com/web.

Mount Si Artist Guild

The Mount Si Artist Guild is a gathering of local artist in the Snoqualmie Valley. The Guild fosters and promote the visual fine arts through encouragement, education and events. Members provide a positive environment for artistic growth, practical skills within a supportive creative community. MSAG creates a source of educational instructions for the community such as constructive critiques and workshops for the growth of individual artists and members. MSAG also participates in community-initiated as well as guild sponsored events, creating opportunities for artists to show their work as well as interact with the community. Learn more at the guild website, www.mtsiartistguild.org.

Art Gallery of SnoValley

New to Snoqualmie’s downtown in the spring of 2016, the Art Gallery of SnoValley is a collective art gallery and labor of love by the Snoqualmie Arts Commission and the Mount Si Artist Guild. Under the umbrella of the Mount Si Artist Guild, the gallery features local artists selected by the guild board for their skill and diversity of work. In addition to exhibiting and selling their work, the members’ goals are to support each other as artists, support the community and merchants in historic downtown Snoqualmie, and enrich the lives of those who live in or visit the Valley. Styles range from traditional to abstract in various media, such as pencil, oils, acrylic and mixed media, with styles ranging from realism to abstract. For more information, visit the gallery website, www.artgalleryofsnovalley.com.

Fall City Arts Park

There’s a colorful corner in Fall City that will always be home to the arts. The Fall City Arts Park, a project of Fall City Arts, is the place to find spectacular chalk art on the sidewalks for Fall City Days, a bonfire and hot cider or cocoa at the community tree lighting each December and other arts on display throughout the year. Find the Fall City Art Park, and maybe the next activity of sponsoring organization Fall City Arts, at the corner of 335th Place Southeast and Southeast Redmond-Fall City Road. Learn more at www.fallcityarts.com.

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RESTAURANTS Gianfranco Ristorante 8150 Railroad Ave SE,Snoqualmie Joseph Dollente (425) 888-6621


Glass & Bottle Bistro 7819 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie Tracey Perino (425) 888-9463

Snoqualmie Tobacco Company and Liquor Store 37500 SE North Bend Way Ste B, Snoqualmie John Willson (425) 888-3071 john.snotobacco@snoqualmietribe.us

Wild Hare Vintage 8050 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie Tamara Smith (425) 954-3722



Kiwanis Club of Snoqualmie Valley North Bend Carlos De Imus (425) 888-2068

D Square Energy Systems 1546 Boalch Ave NW, Suite 70, North Bend Todd Plant (425) 888-2882

sales@d2energy.com carlos.deimus@edwardjones.com

Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley info@wildharevintage.com perino@glassbottle-bistro.com PO Box 1463, North Bend Dick Ryon SCHOOLS TA Travel Centers of America raryon@comcast.net 46630 North Bend Way, North Bend, Snoqualmie Valley School Larry Martinez (425) 888-3322 District #410 SERVICE STATIONS pcmrest.ta176@tatravelcenters.com PO Box 400, Snoqualmie Gateway Gas and Deli Joel Aune 8030 Douglas Ave SE, Snoqualmie siteadmin@svsd410.org The Flat Iron Grill Larissa Bauer (425) 292-0934 317 Northwest Gilman Blvd #28, Issaquah manager@gatewayshell.com Sean Quinn (425) 657-0373 SELF STORAGE info@theflatirongrill.com Cascade Heated SOCIAL SERVICES Self Storage The Riverbend Cafe Friends of Youth 1080 SE North Bend Way, North Bend, 14303 436th Ave SE, North Bend 7972 Maple Ave SE, Snoqualmie Shannon Adamson (425) 888-5400 Rich Maki (425) 888-6600 Terry Pottmeyer (425) 869-6666 cascade@urbanstorage.com riverbendcafe@hotmail.com info@friendsofyouth.org Sahara Pizza/ Adventure Bowl 7940 Railroad Avenue SE, Snoqualmie Harold Nesland (425) 888-6060 Woodman Lodge 38601 SE King St, Snoqualmie Peter La Haye (425) 888-4441 info@woodmanlodge.com

RETAIL Barstools and Dinettes 412 Main Ave S, North Bend Kimberly Huffaker (425) 363-2175

Snoqualmie Ridge Self Storage & U-Haul 35501 SE Douglas Street Snoqualmie, WA 98065 Ron Davis (425) 396-1410“

SENIOR CENTER Mt Si Senior Center 411 Main Ave South, North Bend Susan Kingsbury-Comer (425) 888-3434


Timber Ridge at Talus 100 Timber Ridge Way NW, Issaquah info@barstoolsanddinettes.net Scott Doherty (425) 336-1506 marketing@timberridgelcs.com

Damsel in Defense SEPTIC 47209 SE 153rd St, North Bend Amy Piercy (425) 295-8994 Huard Septic Design & defendwithamy@yahoo.com Monitoring, LLC PO Box 2243, North Bend ProToppers April Huard (425) 831-1781 7829 Center Blvd. SE, #204, Snoqualmie aprilhuard@gmail.com Beth Burrows (425) 753-9165 Beth@ProToppers.com

TELECOMMUNICATIONS CenturyLink PO Box 1414, North Bend Ike Salter (425) 888-0006


Puget Sound Energy PO Box 90868, EST-11W, Bellevue (425) 462-3820 Sallal Water Association PO Box 378, North Bend Paul Tredway (425) 888-3650 paul@sallal.com

Tanner Electric Cooperative 45710 SE North Bend Way, North BendSteve Walter (425) 888-0623 mail@tannerelectric.coop

Waste Management 720 4th Ave Suite 400, Kirkland Will Ibershof (425) 823-6164


Snoqualmie Valley Animal Hospital 32020 SE 40th St, Fall City Jasbir Khera (425) 222-7220



NB3 Graphics and Web Design 13716 457th Ave SE, North Bend Steve Horste (425) 785-3236 cindy@northbendtheatre.com North Bend Theatre 125 Bendigo Blvd., North, North BendCindy Walker (425) 888-1232




Sigillo Cellars, LLC 8086 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie Mike Seal (425) 292-0754

Piccola Cellars TG & S Services 112 W. 2nd St, North Bend 225 E North Bend Way, North Bend (425) 486-9463 George & Sharon Wyrsch (425) 922-2279 diana@piccolawine.com srwyrsch@aol.com

STS Landscape and Construction Services PO Box 656, North Bend Bryan Townley (425) 941-9754




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WOMEN IN BUSINESS/ SNOQUALMIE VALLEY Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business P.O. Box 95, North Bend Jacqueline Fairbrass


NEW MEMBERS Health Care Regency North Bend 219 Cedar Ave S. North Bend (425) 888-2129


Nutrition/Supplements NourishThrive, LLC 17 NW Alder Pl, Suite 204, Issaquah (425) 395-4638 http://www.nourishthrive.com

VYP: Professionals, networking Young professionals can find a fun and new way to network through the Chamber’s Valley Young Professionals group. Meet, greet and network through food and fun. Learn more at snovalley. org/vyp or find them on Facebook.

Join the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce

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Rep. Dave Reichert speaks at a monthly Chamber luncheon.

Brand your business, network, and make new connections.

Valley Shuttle (King County METRO)

Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT) provides on demand and fixed-route bus services in the Valley. The non-profit company runs small buses, 10 to 14 passenger vehicles, across Snoqualmie, North Bend, Fall City, Carnation, Duvall, and Preston. They provide three types of service, demand-response, a Loop, and the Valley Shuttle. The demand-response service is a door to door service. If you need a ride from home to the dentist, call SVT and set up a time for them to pick you up. Calls must be made at least a day in advance. Rides cost $1 each The Loop is a bus that circulates the downtown Snoqualmie and North Bend core and goes to popular spots but also does some door-to-door services. The Valley Shuttle is a fixed route service that operates from 5:35 a.m. and 9:15 p.m. and goes to bus stops in North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, Carnation, and Duvall. The Valley Shuttle stops at King County Metro bus stops in each city. For more information contact Snoqualmie Valley Transportation at (425) 888-7001 or visit them online at www.svtbus.org.

The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce offers a variety of programs to help you succeed.


Our Economic Development efforts focus on four key areas: • To attract and retain employers and employees in the Snoqualmie Valley • To create and sustain vibrant community hubs in the Snoqualmie Valley • To represent the interests of economic development to government • To effectively market the assets of the Snoqualmie Valley to the appropriate target markets needed to accomplish our goals.

Snoqualmie Metro: kingcounty.gov/metro/svt Valley Shuttle Timetable: SVTbus.org Transit Trip Planner: kingcounty.gov/tripplanner (use code SVT for the Valley Shuttle)

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Help is here

Sometimes, neighbors need help making ends meet or dealing with emergencies. Several organizations in the Snoqualmie Valley are ready to help.


Hopelink helps low-income families, children, seniors, and people with disabilities with food, shelter, family development and stabilization, transportation and adult literacy skills. Hopelink’s Sno-Valley Food Bank and Emergency Services in Carnation is one of the five in King County locations. The Sno-Valley center serves the area north of I-90 and east through Skykomish. Hopelink helps more than 150 families a month with food and financial assistance. Hopelink also provides services that offer eviction assistance, move-in help, prescription and gas vouchers, bus tickets, a clothing bank, energy assistance and adult education programs. In 2012, Hopelink formed a program called Sno-Valley Harvest which provides families with fresh produce from local farms that would be wasted otherwise.

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Lori Bailey, operations manager at the food bank, discusses the station operations with volunteer Mar Lydon. The food bank distributes on Wednesdays and for seniors only on Mondays. farmers, food drives sponsored by schools, firefighters, U.S. Postal Service “Stamp Out Hunger Day,” golf teams and faith based groups. The pantry also receives donations from businesses including Farmhouse Market, Snoqualmie IGA, Northwest Harvest, CostCo and the Eastside Baby Corner. For more information or to make a contribution, visit www.fallcityfoodpantry. org or like their page on Facebook.

To learn more or to volunteer, visit the website at www.hope-link.org or call 425-869-6000.

Snoqualmie Valley Food Fall City Food Bank Pantry The Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank is an The Fall City Food Pantry is a non-profit program created by the Fall City United Methodist Church in 2007 to fight hunger in the community. The program provides food and household items to individuals and families in need and who live in the Snoqualmie Valley and surrounding areas. The Fall City Food Pantry serves everyone without prejudice or promotion of any faith. The Fall City Food Pantry is supported by donations from community members,

all-inclusive food bank serving clients from Snoqualmie, North Bend, Fall City and Preston. The mission is to provide food and resources to Valley neighbors in need. The vision is to lead the effort to feed, educate and advocate ending hunger in the Snoqualmie Valley. The Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank is connected to other services to help with food emergencies, senior care services, addiction services,and social services referrals.

The food bank serves all clients from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays and offers a seniors-only distribution, 10 to 11:30 a.m. Mondays. The Snoqualmie Valley Food The Carnation Public Food Bank, open Wednesdays is Bank is at 122 E, Third St., run by volunteers, including, Dave Presting, Fred North Bend. Call Vosk, and John Steinbrueck. (425)-888-7832 of the former Snoqualmie Tribe Food or send mail to Bank, which closed in December, 2013. PO Box 1541, North Bend, WA, 98045. At its new location, blocks away on Find them online at snoqualmievalMyrtle Street, the food bank found leyfoodbank.org or on Facebook. continued strong support from donors and began the process to become an official nonprofit, able to receive taxdeductible donations.

Carnation Public Food Bank

Carnation Public Food Bank, an allvolunteer organization, asks no questions of clients, but feeds, everyone. New since July 2014, the Carnation Public Food Bank is a continuation

Carnation Public Food Bank is located at 31822 Myrtle Street, Carnation, and distributes food from noon to 7 p.m. on Wednesdays. To make donations, write to Carnation Public Food Bank PO Box 393 Carnation, WA 98014, or call Vosk at (206) 949-2310.

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Reasons to ♥ the Valley Snoqualmie Falls

Birches, North Bend

♥ Elk

Snoqualmie Casino

♥ Elk are all over the place, but especially visible at dawn and dusk. See the local herd at Meadowbrook Farm and Interpretive center. ♥ Kayaking for all skill levels, from beginners to veterans, on the Snoqualmie River's Middle Fork and Rattlesnake Lake.

♥ Twin Peaks lives on in

♥ from Eastern Washington, but they’re blended and bottled much closer to home. Area winemakers favor the Old World styles in the Valley, but you’ll also find such modern influences as Picolla Cellars draft wine tasting room.

♥ Mount Si changes color

with the season and the time of day.

the Valley, where superfans gather every summer for the Twin Peaks Festival, sold out two years running since Showtime announced a new season of the show was coming it. And it was filmed right here, of course.

♥ Historic trains and a

♥ Wineries —The Sno-

North Bend's Si View Community Center (Thursdays) and downtown Carnation (Tuesdays) have plenty of fresh local produce and homegrown entertainment.

qualmie Valley is home to a growing number of local wineries and tasting rooms, catering to all palates. The grapes come

120-year-old depot at the Northwest Railway Museum in downtown Snoqualmie, plus on special weekends all season, the unforgettable sound of a steam train whistle.

♥ Farmer's markets at

Twede’s Cafe, North Bend

♥ Vegas-style glitz at the Snoqualmie Casino. Thousands of games, a cigar bar, national comedy and music acts, boxing, and plenty of dining options can be found here.

♥ Appetites are unleashed annually in the pie-eating contest at the Festival at Mount Si. Chefs compete in the berry dessert and chili cook-off throw-downs.

♥ Berry pies galore, plus

♥ Giggles for all ages at Fall City's Duck Derby. Watch rubber duckies race down the river in this short, but gripping contest helping local schools.

steam train rides, a hay maze and petting zoo at Carnation's Remlinger Farms. It’s an old-fashioned way to spend the day.

♥ Visit a locally owned

vintage movie theater and take in a show at North Bend Theatre.

♥ Amazing vistas at Snoqualmie Falls, Rattlesnake Ledge and Snoqualmie Point Park.

♥ Watch fireworks from Tolt-MacDonald Park in Carnation during the town's Fourth of July celebration.

♥ Community Spirit: We know we’re lucky to have such outstanding community volunteers here, and we go out of our way to make sure they know it, too. ♥ Floating. Local rivers provide the perfect retreat when the weather gets warm. All you need is a life jacket and an inner tube to spend a day blissfully drifting on many spots

of the Snoqualmie River. One of the most popular stretches, because of the easy access, starts below Snoqualmie Falls at the Plum 1 boat launch.

♥ The annual Boeing Classic stop on the PGA Tournament of Champions brings top golfers to Snoqualmie to compete for cash and the coolest tournament attire ever, a leather bomber jacket ♥ Quirky local shops. Bubbles stream from a storefront in Snoqualmie, and another signals Valentine’s Day with a scattering of rose petals on the sidewalk. With specialty shops like Down to Earth Flowers and Gifts, the Flying Frog, Selah Gifts and Birches, there’s always something to catch your eye and make you smile as you walk down the main drag.

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Where to Eat The Valley has fare to fit every appetite, from the upscale fast food found at Scott’s Dairy Freeze, to the fine dining of the Salish Lodge & Spa, plus everything in between.

Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory

After changing owners last year, the Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory has been transformed with a new look and updated menu, but all the old favorites are still available, too. Chef and owner Terry Willingham and his family serve up what he calls “an expanded sandwich menu, of sandwiches made fresh in front of you, piled high with fresh-cut vegetables and a variety of dressings, dripping from your elbow.” Fresh soups are always on the menu, plus drip coffee, fountain drinks, “grab-and-go” salads, and of course fudge, caramel corn, saltwater taffy, chocolates and ice cream. And because you’ll always find children at the candy factory, there’s a floor-to-ceiling chalkboard wall inviting anyone to create impromptu art, too. The Snoqualmie Falls Candy Factory is located at 8102 Railroad Ave., Snoqualmie. Find them online at http://www.snofallscandy.com.

Gianfranco’s Ristorante Italiano

Those seeking a taste of Italy should stop in at Gianfranco Ristorante Italiano for dinner. This small, family-run restaurant, in business since 2002 on Railroad Avenue in downtown Snoqualmie, specializes in Southern Italian cuisine and uses seasonal, local flavors to create delicious meals. The restaurant is owned by head chef Joe Dollente, Leanne Dillon, Brian Dillon, Kevin Dillon and Katie Dillon, a family passionate about good food and good wine. There’s an extensive Italian wine list, and gluten free pasta options. Hours are 4:30 to 9:30 p.m. daily. Find Gianfranco’s at 8150 Railroad Ave. S.E., Snoqualmie, or call (425) 8886621 More information is online at www.gianfrancosnoqualmie.com.

Caadxi Oaxaca

Caadxi Oaxaca is downtown Snoqualmie’s new authentic Mexican restaurant. Opened in late 2015, Caadxi Oaxaca specializes in food from the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. The importance of authenticity comes from the owner Francisco Romo whose goal in starting the restaurant was to share the food his family eats at home. Caadxi Oaxaca has a large menu which includes chile relleno, carne

Top: Copperstone owners Troy Bacon and Adriana Jordan offer an assortment of wines at their Snoqualmie restaurant. Right: Francisco Romo, owner of Caadxi Oaxaca, points out the restaurant’s salsa bar.

asada, tamales, and molé, one of Oaxaca’s specialties. Caadxi Oaxaca is open weekdays and weekends from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and is located at 8030 Railroad Avenue, Snoqualmie. Call (425) 434-9587.

North Bend Bar & Grill

A perennial favorite in the Best of the Valley survey of Valley Record readers, The North Bend Bar & Grill serves what they like to call “big, comfortable food.” For breakfast, lunch or dinner, you’ll find traditional American scrambles, sandwiches, salads, steaks and sides, often with an international touch. The restaurant, at 145 E. North Bend Way, North Bend, is open from 8 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week. Find them online at www.northbendbarandgrill.com, or call (425) 888-1243

The Woodman Lodge

The Woodman Lodge Restaurant and bar in downtown Snoqualmie, is an extensively restored former lodge of the Modern Woodmen of America with a 19th-century vibe. Located next to the historic Snoqualmie Depot, the Woodman is a popular stop for locals and tourists alike. Historic fixtures such as the bar with a plumbed spitoon lend the place the feel of the wild west and the menu supports that with plenty of meat and potatoes, as well as lighter fare and a popular Sunday brunch. The Woodman offers dinner Tuesday through Sunday nights, brunch on the weekends, happy hour, and an extensive wine list. Discover the Woodman at 38601 S.E. King St. or visit http://woodmanlodge.com.

Rio Bravo Tacos

Evan Pappas/Staff Photos

New on the North Bend dining scene, Rio Bravo is an authentic and traditional taqueria on North Bend Way. Owner Broc Thomson opened shop where Rocko’s Diner had been, with the goal of serving the Southweststyle specialties he grew up with Thomson, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and a chef for 37 years, is a familiar face in the Valley. He was the head chef at the North Bend Bar and Grill until earlier this year when he left to open Rio Bravo. He plans to expand the restaurant’s outdoor area, with a fire pit and beer garden. The restaurant is located at 247 East North Bend Way, North Bend. For information, call (425) 888-1655.

Copperstone Family Spaghetti Restaurant

Downtown Snoqualmie gained a new Italian restaurant in late 2015 with the opening of Copperstone Family Spaghetti Restaurant on Railroad Avenue. Owned by Snoqualmie residents Troy Bacon and Adriana Jordan, Copperstone is designed to be affordable and welcoming to families. Copperstone Family Spaghetti Restaurant is located at 8072 Railroad Ave and is open Tuesday through Sunday. Call (425) 888-2207.

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP Acacia Hair Salon Rene Howell (425) 396-7036 Beauty Salons and Products

Acceptiva, LLC John Tedeschi (425) 831-2264 Professional Services

Agape Chiropractic Healing Center Dr. Leslie Bedell (425) 888-1670 Chiropractor

Brown & Sterling P.S. Lawrence F. Brown, Jr. (425) 222-6374

Attorneys, Legal Services

Bybee Farms Jayne & Steve Bybee (425) 888-5745 Carmichael’s True Value Hardware Wendy Thomas (425) 888-1107

Cleaning Authority, The Paul McMahon (425) 292-9643

Hardware, Building Materials, Gifts, Toys

All Service Glass Joe Blundell (425) 392-1122

Cascade Diesel Truck & RV Repair Karen Hahn (425) 888-1886

AtWork! Lisa Latchford (425) 864-0703 Community Organization

Barstools and Dinettes Kimberly Huffaker (425) 363-2175 Home Decor and Improvement

Baxter Barn Cory Huskinson (425) 765-7883 Farms

Beauvais, Sue (425) 890-2038 Individual

Bella Vita Spa & Salon, LLC Marie Everett (425) 888-4888

Beauty Salons/Products, Massage, Skin Care

Big Star Studios Corey Mosley (425) 292-3342 Music, Arts and Entertainment”

Birches Habitat Nancy Wray (425) 292-9390 Gifts, Art, Clothing, Home Decor, Retail

Boxley Music Fund Danny Kolke (425) 292-9307 Non-profit /Community Organizations

Carriage Insurance Agency Jody Runge (425) 888-5066

Auto Repair, RV-Storage & Repair

Cascade Golf Course Dean Pattermann (425) 888-4653 Golf, Outdoor Recreation

Cleaning Services

CLG Employer Resources LLC Anessa Willson (425) 381-4141 Insurance Coffee Express-O Ken Vaughn (425) 831-5226 Coffee

Cole, Bob (425) 749-6905 Individual

Cook Real Estate Services LLC David Cook (425) 922-5395

Cascade Mountain Tech Kristi Wood (425) 256-1701

Gifts, Retail

Outdoor Recreation

D Square Energy Systems Todd Plant (425) 888-2882

CCTV CameraScan Colleen Burin (425) 888-9778


CenturyLink Ike Salter (425) 888-0006


Chaplin’s North Bend Chevrolet Mike Lawrence (425) 888-0781

Printing, Marketing, Professional Services


Auto Sales and Repair

City of North Bend Gina Estep (425) 888-1211 City Governments, City Offices

Eastside Baby Corner Renee Zimmerman (425) 865-0234 Non-profit, Youth/Senior Support Services

Real Estate

Professional Services

Doy, Geoffrey North Bend Individual

Cascade Heated Self Storage Shannon Adamson (425) 888-5400 Self Storage

Down to Earth Flowers and Gifts Maggi Whitaker (425) 831-1772 Florists, Gifts, Home Decor, Retail

Claffeys Painting Kevin Kalberg (425) 888-3634

Farms, Event Facilities, Outdoor Recreation”


Glass , Auto Repair

City Governments, City Offices


Alicia Messa The RYCO Group Alicia Messa (425) 919-9302 Real Estate

City of Snoqualmie Bob Larson (425) 888-1555

Corners Gift Shop Peggy Lefley (425) 888-2488

Eastside Psychological Associates Alisa Burpee (425) 458-5048 Counseling

EDGE Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Shilpa Patel (425) 292-0223 Physical Therapy, Health Care

Edward Jones Colin Barber (425) 831-5026 Investments/Financial Services

Edward Jones Carlos De Imus (425) 888-2068 Investments/Financial Service

Encompass Nela Cumming (425) 888-2777

Non-profit/Comm. Organ., Yth/Sr Support Svcs

Damsel in Defense Amy Piercy (425) 295-8994

Encompass Engineering & Surveying Jim Kieburtz (425) 392-0250

Dark Horse Ink Michael Hughes (425) 222-3555

Fab Floral Laurie Henderson (206) 679-6162

DirtFish Rally School (425) 888-7715

Fall City Roadhouse Scott Holman (425) 222-4800

Outdoor Recreation, Bike Rentals, Car Racing

Restaurants, Accommodations, Event Facilities

DN Traffic Consultants Dariel Norris (206) 817-1790

Feeling Absolutely Fabulous LLC Jacqueline Fairbrass (206) 883-3482

Engineering, Professional Services

Engineering, Professional Services

Florists, Weddings

Health/Wellness, Individual, Prof. Svcs

40 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Filta Jano Vrana (425) 292-0590 Professional Services, Recycling

Fire District #38 Chris Dahline, Ron Pedee, Matt Talbot (425) 888-1555

Hauglie Insurance Agency Kevin Hauglie (425) 788-9176

John Day Homes, Inc. Michelle Randall (425) 831-4901



Heritage Bank Charlotte Jacobs (425) 394-4450

John L Scott - Snoqualmie Valley Property Management Seglinda Jones (425) 888-3717


Government, Emergency Services

Frankies Pizza Chris Garcia (425) 888-4477

Social Svcs, Comm Organizations, Youth Svcs

G & S Services George & Sharon Wyrsch (425) 922-2279

North Bend Office Mary Ann Fowler (425) 888-1896 Dentists

Real Estate, Property Management

Hibu Stori Stone (425) 429-8200

Professional Svcs, Marketing, Web Design

Restaurants, Pizza

Friends of Youth Terry Pottmeyer (425) 869-6666

Kirby M. Nelson, DDS, PS Snoqualmie Ridge Office Mary Ann Fowler (425) 831-0386

Highlight Group Regan Crawford (425) 591-4499

Marketing, Consultants, Professional Svcs

Huard Septic Design & Monitoring, LLC April Huard (425) 831-1781

John L Scott North Bend Monica Antone (425) 888-2110

Kiwanis Club of Snoqualmie Valley Carlos De Imus (425) 888-2068

Real Estate

Service Clubs

John L. Scott Real Estate Candie Webb (425) 766-5803 Issaquah Real Estate

Krona & Krona CPA’s John Krona (425) 888-0916

Joner Baker, PLLC Matt Baker (425) 495-6273

Law Office of David Speikers David Speikers (425) 222-0555


Towing, Service Stations



Gabriel Malouf, DDS, PLLC Gabriel Malouf (425) 292-9230

Imagine Housing Kirkland (425) 576-5190

Just B Art and Design, LLC Erica Becker Morin (425) 260-0282

Lawrence, Carol

Karen J Granger & Associates Karen Granger 425-831-7707

Lula Ruby an Organic Salon Angela Favero (425) 292-0816


Non-profit Organizations, Social Services

Gateway Gas and Deli Larissa Bauer (425) 292-0934

Infusion Bar & Grill Debbie Barrientes (425) 292-3576

Service Stations

Restaurants, American, Bar Food

Genuine Image Photography Brenda Huckle (425) 831-7748

James L. Browning DDS PLLC James L. Browning, DDS (425) 888-2290



Gianfranco Ristorante Joseph Dollente (425) 888-6621

JE Cumming Corporations Jim Cumming (425) 292-0610

Restaurants, Italian

Glass & Bottle Bistro Tracey Perino (425) 888-9463


Jean Johnson Productions Jean Johnson (425) 681-8390

Restaurants, Wine

Photography, Professional Services

Gordon Construction Becky Gordon (425) 222-6570

Jeff Goble Photography Jeff Goble (425) 831-2129 Photography


Hallamore Homes Inc. Troy Hallamore (425) 749-2736 Construction Hankins, Susan North Bend (425) 888-4410 Individual

Jeffrey L. Waters, Artist Jeffrey Waters (425) 396-1940 Art, Foundations, Painting

Jet’s Gymnastics Express Johnetta Renkert (425) 888-0349 Recreation, Arts and Entertainment

Attorneys, Legal Services”

Graphic Design, Interior Design



Beauty Salons, Beauty Products”

Karin Simpson Realtor Karin Simpson (425) 387-3388

Mamma’s Hands Genie Benson (206) 915-2073

Real Estate

Community Organizations, Yth Support Svcs

Keller Williams Melissa Ross Homes (206) 235-0456

McClellan Building Operating Company Robert S. Yerkes (425) 831-5135

Real Estate


Kelly R. Garwood, DDS Kelly Garwood (425) 888-0867

McNeely, Gloria



Key Bank Michelle Petrovich (425) 396-8000

Meadowbrook Urgent Care & Specialty Clinic Janet Eppright (425) 831-0777


Key Business Solutions Curt LeMaster (425) 292-9594 Consultants, Professional Services

King County Council District 3 Councilmember Kathy Lambert (206) 477-1003 Government

Health Care, Emergency Services

Minuteman Press of Issaquah Damon Garcia (425) 391-4950


MK Property Services, LLC Mike Kirkland (425) 888-2993 Real Estate

2016 Community Guide and Directory | 41 Mount Si Golf Course Brandon Proudfoot (425) 391-4926 Golf, Outdoor Recreation

Mountains to Sound Greenway Jennifer McKeown (206) 382-5555 Non-profit Organizations

Mt Si Food Bank Susann Hussels (425) 888-0096

Non-profit Organizations, Social Services

Mt Si Pub Rob Sherard (425) 831-6155 Beer, Bars, Wine

North Bend Chiropractic and Golf Matthew Miller D.C. (425) 888-3600

Peak Sports and Spine Physical Therapy (425) 396-7778 Physical Therapy, Health & Wellness”

North Bend Educational & Cultural Assoc. Jill Massengill (425) 888-8535

Perteet, Inc. Rahmi Kutsal, PE (425) 888-5825

Chiropractors, Health & Wellness

Non-profit Organizations

North Bend Library (King County Library S imwickstrom@kcls.org (425) 888-0784 Libraries

North Bend Montessori, Inc. Susan Weigel (425) 831-5766

Mt Si Senior Center Preschools Ann Landry (425) 888-3434 Senior Center, Social Services North Bend Premium Outlets Ed Huebner (425) 888-4106 Outlet Mall , Retail Mt Si Sports + Fitness Ben Cockman (425) 831-7782 Fitness Center, Health & Wellness North Bend Theatre Cindy Walker (425) 888-1232 Mumma Associates Theaters, Entertainment, Historical Insurance Northwest Framing Jeff Mumma (425) 455-1406 Insurance Commercial Jessica Self (206) 336-2366 Art, Professional Services NB3 Graphics and Web Design Northwest Premium Services Steve Horste (425) 785-3236 Web & Graphic Design Louise Wall (206) 240-0189 Cleaning Services, Home Care Services

Nintendo of America Inc. Ellen Krush (425) 861-2403 Distributors

Nor West RV Park Troy Thompson (425) 888-9685 Accommodations

North Bend Ace Hardware Gordon Gaub/ Anderson (425) 888-1242 Hardware

North Bend Auto Parts, Inc. (NAPA) Steve McConkey (425) 888-1112 Auto Parts

Northwest Railway Museum Richard Anderson (425) 888-3030 Museum, Arts and Entertainment, Historic Train Depot

Optimal Health Chiropractic Jason Green (425) 396-0613 Chiropractors, Health & Wellness”

Opus Bank Cynthia Nygren (425) 831-1761 Banks

Overlake Hospital Medical Center Gwendolyn Bibb (425) 688-5605 Health Care, Emergency Services

Engineering, Consultants”

Petra Inc. Dale Brevick (425) 396-4510

Rowley Properties, Inc. Lisa Riley (425) 395-9563 Real Estate

Sahara Pizza/Adventure Bowl Harold Nesland (425) 888-6060 Pizza, Recreation

Salish Lodge & Spa Wendy Floyd (800) 272-5474


Accommodations, Event Facilities, Gifts, Historical Attractions, Restaurants

Piccola Cellars Diana (425) 486-9463

Sallal Water Association Paul Tredway (425) 888-3650

Wineries, Wine

Utilities, Water Systems”

Pioneer Coffee DeAnna Haverfield (425) 292-0727

Sean Sundwall Insurance Agency Sean Sundwall (425) 292-7027

Beer, Coffee, Gifts, Restaurants

ProToppers Beth Burrows (425) 753-9165 Retail

Puget Sound Energy Bellevue (425) 462-3820 Utilities


Selah Gifts Shelly Woodward (425) 396-0898 Gifts, Retail

Servpro Jeremy Kennard (425) 255-2227

Emergency Preparedness and Services

Rainbow Lodge Retreat Center Tim Jack (425) 888-4181

Si View Metro Parks Travis Stombaugh (425) 831-1900

Regency North Bend Charlene Herman (425) 888-2129

Sigillo Cellars, LLC Mike Seal (425) 292-0754

Event Facilities“

Health Care

Remax Integrity Carol Wright (425) 396-7100 Real Estate

Community Organizations, Event Facilities, Outdoor Recreation

Wineries, Wine

Simpson, Carolyn (425) 890-2239 Individual

Remax Integrity Henry Callahan (425) 396-7100 Real Estate

Sip in Washington Kimberlea Miller (425) 208-5902

Rock Creek Ridge Shelly Bevens (425) 831-8500

Smart Snacks 2 Go (913) 708-0933 Health & Wellness

Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley Dick Ryon

Sno Falls Credit Union Kaylee Hardman (425) 888-4004


Service Clubs Non-profit Organizations

Event Planning, Blog, Wineries

Credit Unions, Mortgage

42 | Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Snoqualmie Casino Jon Jenkins, President & CEO Eileen Duffin (425) 888-1234

Casinos, Arts and Entertainment, Bars, Event Facilities, Gifts, Restaurants

Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Company Dave Eiffert (425) 831-2357 Taproom Breweries, Bar Food, Beer, Restaurants

Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course (425) 441-8049

Snoqualmie Valley Eyecare Associates Brian Duvall (425) 831-2020 Eye Care, Health & Wellness

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank Heidi Dukich (425) 888-7832 Non-profit Organizations


Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum Gardiner Vinnedge (425) 888-3200

Spear Home Inspection Inc Gregg Spear (425) 888-4470 Real Estate, Home Inspection

Museum, Entertainment, Historical Attractions

Golf, Outdoor Recreation

Snoqualmie Lodge aka Jernie Inn Jeff & Bernie Schultek (425) 226-6217

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital 24/7 Emergency Care Tom Parker (425) 831-2300 Health Care, Emergency Services


Snoqualmie Police Department City of Snoqualmie Steve McCulley (425) 888-3333 City Offices, Emergency Services

Snoqualmie Ridge Chiropractic Benjamin Britton (425) 396-5570 Chiropractors

Snoqualmie Ridge ROA (425) 396-5430 Homeowner Associations Snoqualmie Ridge Self Storage & U-Haul Ron Davis (425) 396-1410 Self Storage, Moving Supplies

Snoqualmie Tobacco Company and Liquor Store John Willson (425) 888-3071 Retail

Snoqualmie Valley Animal Hospital Jasbir Khera (425) 222-7220

South Fork Geosciences, PLLC Andrew Glandon (425) 831-2023 Engineering, Professional Services

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital Foundation Eric Kaltenbacher (425) 831-3425 Foundations, Non-profit Organizations

Spacelabs Healthcare Janet Story 425-396-3300

SR Benefits Consulting Steve Rackets (425) 301-4449 Insurance

Stanton Plumbing Inc. Mark Lowe (425) 471-0873


TALON Graphics Timothy Zilinsky (425) 788-3379 Graphic Design, Marketing

Tanner Electric Cooperative Steve Walter (425) 888-0623 Utilities

Technical Glass Products Pauline Christison (800) 426-0279 Glass, Construction

The BindleStick Rachelle Armstrong (425) 888-0259

Coffee Houses, Beer, Coffee

The Flat Iron Grill State Farm Insurance Sean Quinn (425) 657-0373 Restaurants (American), Breakfast Ken Rustad (425) 888-0421 State Representative Jay Rodne (425) 890-3336 Individual, Government

Snoqualmie Valley School District #410 “ Joel Aune siteadmin@svsd410.org-


Plumbing, Contractors


Snoqualmie Valley Record William Shaw (425) 888-2311

Tall Chief RV Campground Lori Salin - Fall City

Steve’s Doughnuts Steve Pennington (425) 301-1014

The Goddard School Julio Ibarra (425) 381-4185 Child Care, Preschools

The High Road Institute Ron Rael (425) 898-8072 Consultants , Professional Services


Bakeries, Breakfast”

Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business Jacqueline Fairbrass

STS Landscape and Construction Services Bryan Townley (425) 941-9754


Tree Services, Landscaping”

The Ridge Supermarket Tyler Myers (425) 396-1340

Snoqualmie Valley YMCA Nate Smith (425) 256-3115

SubTerra, Inc. Chris Breeds (425) 888-5425

Grocery Stores


The Riverbend Cafe Rich Maki (425) 888-6600

Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Assoc. Carnation info@snvysa.org

Swedish Medical Center/ Issaquah Campus Natalie Kozimor (425) 313-4000

Restaurants, Breakfast

Community Organizations, Event Facilities, Non-profit Organizations, Recreation

Community Organizations, Outdoor Recreation”

Health Care

The Nursery at Mount Si Nels Melgaard (425) 831-2276 Nurseries, Farms

The Woodlands Shar Eller (425) 396-1020 Housing

Veterinarians, Emergency Services”

SnoValley Coffee Co. Symbol Enterprises Jacqui Fetherolf (425) 396-0337 Paula Spence (425) 466-1218 Timber Ridge at Talus Coffee, Coffee Houses Emergency Preparedness Scott Doherty (425) 336-1506

Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce Susan Husa (425) 888-6362

SnoValley Star Jill Green (425) 392-6434

Chamber, Community Organizations, Networking, Visitor Information Centers


TA Travel Centers of America pcmrest.ta176@tatravelcenters.com Larry Martinez (425) 888-3322 Restaurants, Service Stations”

Senior Housing

TPC, Snoqualmie Ridge Golf Rebekah Ulatowski (425) 396-6000 Golf, Chamber of Commerce Events

2016 Community Guide and Directory | 43 TreeHouse Point Damon Bishop info@treehousepoint.com

Verity Care, LLC Steven Hong (425) 736-4994 Health Care, Health & Wellness

White Horse Promotional Products Tori Gaines (425) 681-8557


The Snoqualmie Valley Classic Accommodations, Event Facilities, Weddings Marketing, Professional Services Voya Financial Advisors is the annual golf tournament Trinkets & Treasures Stuart Smith 425-429-3026 White, Larry hosted by the Chamber of Investments/Financial Services Kelly Sanchez (425) 441-8471 (425) 222-6109 Commerce. It’s a fun-filled fourGifts, Clothing, Consignment, Home Decor Individual man golf scramble, held each Washington BBI summer at a local course, and Twin Star Car Wash Peter Busacca (425) 888-2351 Wild Hare Vintage featuring such prizes as a night’s Consultants, Professional Services Susan & Joe Eddings (425) 466-6981 Tamara Smith (425) 954-3722 stay at LaConner, a rally ride at Car Wash Retail Waste Management DirtFish Rally School, and rounds Will Ibershof (425) 823-6164 Umpqua Bank Windermere Real Estate of golf at local and regional Utilities Robert Wotton (425) 888-1616 Yvonne Dalke (425) 829-3772 courses. Banks

US Forest Service Snoqualmie Ranger Dist. Martie Schramm (425) 888-1421 Forestry

Valley Professional Cleaning Service Brian Duncan (206) 930-5387

Waters, Carol (425) 396-1940 Individual

Weaver Financial LLC Steve Weaver (425) 292-3295 Investments/Financial Services

Real Estate

To register, call the Chamber office Woodman Lodge at (425) 888-6363 or visit Peter La Haye (425) 888-4441 www.snovalley.org. Restaurants (American)

The Business Workshop at Umpqua Bank

Cleaning Services , Carpet/Upholstery

Your local libraries

The King County Library System (KCLS) operates three libraries in the Valley, serving the communities of North Bend, Snoqualmie and Fall City. Each library features collections of books, magazines, movies, music and instant access to downloadable e-books. Programming for all ages is offered in the libraries and at various community venues including the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA, Si View Park and Valley Center Stage. Functioning as activity centers for their communities, the libraries also offer public meeting room space and computer access. More information is online at www.kcls.org.

Umpqua Bank is a community organization dedicated to allowing business owners and community leaders share ideas and information that will help them grow and thrive. Meetings are held from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. on the first and third Wednesday of every month in the community room at Umpqua Bank in North Bend. Participants can sign up and receive notifications of upcoming gatherings and after-hours events. For more information on the Business Workshop contact the North Bend Umpqua Bank at (425) 888-1616.

Fall City Library

Snoqualmie Library

33415 SE 42nd Place, Fall City; (425) 222-5951 Open hours: Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

7824 Center Boulevard S.E., Snoqualmie; (425) 888-1223 Open hours: Monday though Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

North Bend Library

Carnation Library

115 E . Fourth Street, North Bend; (425) 888-0554 Open hours: Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

4804 Tolt Ave. Carnation; (425) 333-4398 Open hours: Monday - Thursday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

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Si View Parks

Si View Metro Park District, covering most of the Upper Valley strives to enhance the quality of life in Snoqualmie Valley through recreation programs and parks. The district enjoys strong community support, enabling it to provide recreation programming and increase public parks in the Valley. The Si View Community Center and Pool alone served nearly 160,000 patrons last year and growth is continuing. This year, the district will be updating the comprehensive plan to guide that growth. With more than 300 programs a year, Si View Metro Parks offers something for everyone, plus seasonal events, such as the North Bend Farmers Market and Summer Concert Series, Festival at Mount Si, Theater in the Park, Harvest Festival and Holiday Bazaar. A multi-phase rehabilitation project at the historic Si View Community Center was completed in 2015, to preserve the facility’s history and ready it to serve today’s community and future generations.

Tollgate Farm Park, also known as “the cow park,” opened in 2015. Park amenities include playgrounds, gravel trails and picnic areas. The scenic pasture of the central meadow has unobstructed views of Mount Si and the Cascades. The first phase of the farmhouse restoration is planned for late 2016. Si View Metro Parks also recently partnered with the city of North Bend, to maintain and host programming at the city-owned Torguson Park, just east of downtown. Torguson Park offers sports fields, a skateboard facility, picnic areas, BMX dirt bike track, tot lot and 31-foot climbing tower.This year, the park will see major improvements,including a new ball field plaza and new backstop fencing, a picnic shelter, plaza area, paved trail system.

The Valley YMCA

It’s the go-to location for community events from Seahawks playoff tailgate parties to the Snoqualmie Police Department’s annual Tanner Jeans Bike Rodeo. Located right across a grassy field from Cascade View Elementary School, the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA has become what it always was, a community center on Snoqualmie Ridge. The YMCA took root in the Snoqualmie Valley in July 1924 when the Community Hall was constructed in the town of Snoqualmie Falls. Through almost five decades, the Community Hall YMCA was the social center for concerts, plays, dances, sports and more. Since the closing of the Community Hall in 1971, the Y has lived on in the community in child care, summer camp and its Adventure Guides programs. In 2010, the City of Snoqualmie and the YMCA of Greater Seattle finalized an agreement to bring a YMCA facility back to the Valley. On January 1, 2012, the doors to the new Snoqualmie Valley YMCA opened. The YMCA is committed to personal and social change, and strengthening community. Every day, staff work side-by-side with neighbors and community partners to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. The YMCA offers a menu of programs that includes beforeand after-school child-care programs, family and teen activities and summer activities. Membership gives people access to a variety of exercise classes, equipment and free child care. All programming focuses on the YMCA’s three pillars of youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The staff supports program and facility members by nurturing the development of children and teens, equipping and encouraging people to improve their health and well-being and mobilizing citizens to bring about lasting social change in the Valley and beyond.

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When the water rises Life in a river valley comes with high-water events, typically in the fall and spring, as well as the resources and experienced local officials to help you through the flood.


The best way to get through an incident, though, is to get ready for it ahead of time. Sign up for emergency alerts from Snoqualmie (www.cityofsnoqualmie.org), North Bend (www.northbendwa.gov), or from King County (www.kingcounty.gov/ flood), or better yet, all three, and watch for official communications when heavy rain is in the forecast,or warm temperatures in the mountains. Another useful tools is Floodzilla, the Lower Valley-based flood watch website (http://floodzilla.com). Floodzilla gathers online data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to predict when floods hit the region, giving e-mail and Twitter followers advance warning, often up to a week. There are also real-time gauges and river cameras. When faced with an emergency, call the experts. Dialing 911 will connect you with a regional dispatcher who will, in turn, connect you with the officials best suited to help you out, depending on where you live.

For Fire and EMT Services:

Snoqualmie: Snoqualmie Fire Department, 37600 Snoqualmie Ridge Trail, Snoqualmie, (425) 888-1551. North Bend: Eastside Fire & Rescue Station 87, 500 Maloney Grove Ave S.E., North Bend, (425) 313-3200; Outside North Bend: King County Fire Protection District 38, Station 88, 13635 424th Ave SE, North Bend, (425) 392-3433; In and around Fall City, King County Fire District 27, 4301 334th Place S.E. Fall City, (425) 222-5841. In and around Carnation: Eastside Fire & Rescue Station 85, 3600 Tolt Ave, Carnation, (425) 333-4129. For Law Enforcement: Snoqualmie and North Bend City Limits: the Snoqualmie Police Department is the local law enforcement. In Fall City and Carnation, it’s the King County Sheriff’s Department.

Emergency information for Valley Cities

Evan Pappas/Staff Photo Southeast Park Street flooded Dec. 9, 2015, near Centennial Fields Park.

NORTH BEND Mark Rigos, Director of Emergency Services Normal hours: (425) 888-0486 Emergency Operations Center: (425) 888-0486, Option 1 After Hours Emergency: 425-736-7697 Tanner Electric: (425) 888-0623 Puget Sound Energy : (888) 225-5773 Seattle City Light: (206) 684-7400 Emergency Radio: AM 1650 E-mail alerts: http://northbendwa.gov/ list.aspx.

CARNATION Police: (206) 296-3311 Fire: (425) 313-3200 Public Works emergencies: (425) 333-4484

SNOQUALMIE Mark Correira, Director of Emergency Management Normal hours: (425) 888-1551 Emergency Operations Center: (425) 888-5911, or EOC@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us Emergency Alert System: Register at http:// bit.ly/SnoqualmieEAS Twitter: @SnoqualmieGov Puget Sound Energy : (888) 225-5773 Seattle City Light: (206) 684-7400 Emergency Radio: AM 1650 Email Alerts: info@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us.

When the power goes out: Visit the Puget Sound Energy emergency webpage, http://pse.com/, to report an outage, get outage updates, get prepared or learn about electric safety. You can also get outage updates on Twitter and Facebook. Report power outages by calling 1-888225-5773.

FALL CITY Police: (206) 296-3311 Fire: (425) 222-5841 Puget Sound Energy : (888) 225-5773

OTHER SERVICES King County Flood Warning System: (206) 296-8200 or (800) 945-9263 King County Roads: (800) 527-6237 Washington Poison Center: (800) 222-1222 American Red Cross serving King County: (206) 323-2345 or (360) 377-3761

Flood Preparation Resources Official website of the National Flood Insurance Program: www.floodsmart.com King County Flood Warning System: www. kingcounty.gov/flood Ready.gov’s flood information page: ww.ready.gov/floods USGS Flood Information pages: http:// water.usgs.gov/floods/resources

Checklist: What to do before and after a flood

Before a flood, there are steps you can take to ensure your safety and simplify insurance claims: • Take photos of your home and business as it is now; • Develop an evacuation plan with your family and employees; • Have a list of important phone numbers and sandbag locations; • Teach everyone how and when to shut off gas, electric and water; • Review your flood insurance declaration page. After a flood, you can find smoother sailing with the following steps: • Make sure your home is safe before entering; • Take photos of the damage,inside and out; • File your flood claim. Ask if you can begin clean-up immediately; • Separate undamaged items; • Keep an inventory of all damaged items, age and value, regardless of their coverage; • Keep samples of carpets and flooring removed from each room; • Keep estimates from contractors to show to your adjustor and provide receipts from prior claims.

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Important Phone Numbers Cable TV


Comcast (877) 824-2288 PassCom Cable (425) 434-6360


Puget Sound Energy Local (425) 888-3029 Customer Service (888) 225-5775 Tanner Electric (425) 888-0623

Natural Gas

Puget Sound Energy

(888) 225-5775

Ames Lake Water Assoc. North Bend Public Works Snoqualmie Public Works Fall City Water Dist. Riverbend Home Assoc. Sallal Water Assoc. Snoq. Pass Utility Dist. Wilderness Rim Assoc. Seattle City Water

(425) 222-7003 (425) 888-0486 (425) 831-4919 (425) 222-7882 (425) 888-4564 (425) 888-3650 (425) 434-6600 (425) 888-0087 (425) 888-1507

Snoqualmie - Waste Management North Bend - Republic, residential Commercial and multifamily Fall City - Republic, residential Commercial and multifamily Carnation - Recology CleanScapes

(800) 592-9995 (425) 392-6651 (425) 646-2492 (206)682-9735 (206) 652-8832 (425) 844-1900


Trash Services

Transfer Stations

Cedar Falls Drop Box, 16925 Cedar Falls Rd SE, North Bend Houghton Transfer Station, 11724 NE 60th St., Kirkland


Century Link (800) 533-8110 Comcast (877) 870-4310


North Bend Driver’s Licensing Office (425) 888-4040 402 Main Ave. S., North Bend Sno Falls Licensing (vehicle, vessel, pet) (425) 888-8705 320 Mt. Si Blvd, Suite 102 (Safeway Plaza) North Bend Hunting/Fishing Licenses (866)-246-9453


Snoqualmie Valley Shuttle (425) 888-7001 Metro Trip Planner (metro.kingcounty.gov) (202) 637-7000

Community Newspapers Snoqualmie Valley Record SnoValley Star

(425) 888-2311 (425) 392-6434

Schools See the full list of schools and contact information, page 32

See listings for the North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City and Carnation Libraries, page 43.


Overlake Hospital Medical Center Snoqualmie Valley Hospital

(425) 688-5000 (425) 831-2300

Meadowbrook Urgent Care North Bend Family Clinic Snoqualmie Ridge Medical Clinic Snoqualmie Ridge Women’s Clinic Snoqualmie Specialty Clinic SV Hospital Clinic - Primary Care Snoqualmie Hospital Rehab Clinic Swedish Hospital, Issaquah Swedish Physicians Clinic, Snoqualmie

(425) 831-0777 (425) 888-5511 (425) 396-7682 (425) 831-1120 (425) 831-2313 (425) 831-2313 (425) 831-2376 (206) 386-6000 (425) 888-2016


Health and Human Services

Alcohol/Drug Helpline (206) 722-3700 Children’s Response Center (425) 688-5130 Crisis Clinic (866) 4-CRISIS Eastside Literacy Council (Hopelink) (425) 869-6000 Encompass (425) 888-2777 Friends of Youth (425) 888-4151 Health Dept. Eastside Office (800) 244-4512 KC Sexual Assault Resource Center (888) 998-6423 Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank (425) 888-0096 Mount Si Senior Center (425) 888-3434 Sno Valley Senior Center (425) 333-4152 Sno-Valley Hopelink (425) 333-4163

Service Clubs

Fall City Community Assoc. (425) 222-5881 Masonic Lodge, Fall City info@fallcitylodge.com Masonic Lodge, North Bend goodwinmd@comcast.net Moose Lodge (425) 888-0951 Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley (425) 503-6391 Sallal Grange (425) 831-2274 Snoqualmie Valley Kiwanis Club (425) 531-1383 Sno Valley Community Network (425) 333-6614 Sno Valley Eagles (425) 888-1129 Sno Valley American Legion (425) 333-6792 Sno Valley VFW Post 9476 (425) 223-9135

Youth Organizations

Encompass (425) 888-2777 4-H of King County (206) 205-3152 Si View Metro Parks (425) 831-1900 Si View Pool (425) 888-1447 Snoqualmie Valley Little League info@svll-net Si View Metropolitan Parks (425) 831-1900 SV Youth Soccer Association www.snvysa.org Wildcat Junior Football Association (425) 888-9758

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