8 • August 3, 2011 • Snoqualmie Valley Record
PARENTING Valley grads receive UW diplomas
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Marching band camp starts next week
Snoqualmie Valley Youth Marching Band Summer Camp runs every day but Wednesday next week, August 8, 9, 11 and 12, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Mount Si High School band room. Camp participants will finish the week by marching in the Festival at Mount Si parade on Saturday, Aug. 13. Since 2005, the youth marching band has won either the Sponsors’ Choice Award or the Grand Marshal’s Trophy every year in this parade. Band Camp is open to all incoming students, grades 6 to 12, in the Snoqualmie Valley School District. Adam Rupert and Mrs. Herb will be leading the camp this year. The camp fee includes a tee shirt. Students should wear appropriate shoes for marching, and bring sack lunches. Bottled water will be provided. For more information, contact Mr. Rupert at (425) 831-8160 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chinook Bend hosts field day Saturday
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Julian Igoudjil, 9, creates a reading journal with help from art historian Susan Olds Tuesday, July 12, at North Bend Library. Olds brought her collection of recycled magazine and book illustrations to help patrons personalize handmade journals and diaries. The library continues its summer reading program this month, and begins its annual book sale on August 13.
Chinook Bend Natural Area near Carnation will celebrate summer with a field day, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 6. Artist Betsy Damon, environmental expert Steve Tolzman and Snoqualmie Steward Mary Maier will be on hand to greet participants and provide guided tours of the recently enhanced area. The 59 acres of open space boasts many recreational access improvements and a number of ecological enhancements: an open water wetland, over 15,000 native trees and shrubs planted by volunteers, and a series of restoration projects to encourage natural processes to carve and create the forested wetland. Damon’s newly installed public artwork, “Homage to Living Systems,” as well as tours of the site’s ecology, will be highlighted during this fun and informative community event co-sponsored by 4Culture and the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks.
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molecular, cell, and development); Thomas Appleseth, bachelor of arts (English); Robin Dembeck, bachelor of science (speech and hearing sciences); Nicole Richardson, bachelor of arts( business admin., entrepreneurship, marketing); Laura Rothnie, bachelor of arts (French). North Bend: David Cole, bachelor of arts (social sciences); Hannah Crabtree, bachelor of arts in business administration (accounting); Lindsay Duin, bachelor of landscape architecture; Whitney Eand, bachelor of arts (anthropology); Brock Malberg, bachelor of arts (anthropology); Danielle Newcomer, bachelor of science (psychology); Nucharee Prabkhet, bachelor of science (information technology); Scott Rixon, bachelor of arts in business administration (human resources management); Randal Shilot, bachelor of arts (political science); Brittany Waldean, bachelor of arts (sociology); Matthew Wilson, bachelor of science (economics); Matthew Wilson, bachelor of arts (mathematics); Snoqualmie: Thomas Abbott, bachelor of science in civil engineering;
A number of students from the Snoqualmie area graduated from the University of Washington this summer: Carnation: Cody Anson, bachelor of arts (economics); Rachel Armstrong, bachelor of science (psychology); Austin Borth, bachelor of arts in business administration; Alyson Briscoe, bachelor of arts (anthropology; Swedish); Joshua Burns, bachelor of arts (history); Dylan Horkin, bachelor of arts (English: creative writing) and bachelor of science (computer science); Natalie Jenkins, bachelor of arts (English); Diego Lira, bachelor of science (electrical engineering); Cassandra Merry, bachelor of science (health informatics and health information management); Robbi Nanakul, bachelor of arts (interdisciplinary arts and sciences); Monica Nelson, bachelor of arts (communication); Michelle Petree, bachelor of arts (environmental studies); Meagan Razor, bachelor of science (nursing); Andrea Rohr, bachelor of arts (sociology); Dannielle Stewart, bachelor of arts (communication); Natalie Stockmann, bachelor of arts (international studies: general); Constance Anderson Young, bachelor of arts (English). Fall City: Elyse Allen, bachelor of arts (English) and bachelor of science (biology:
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