Friday night bicycle races has returned to the banked oval track of the Group Health Velodrome at King County’s Marymoor Park.
Instead of a charm bracelet, renowned author Peg Kehret wears a necklace representing all the states in which she has won Young Reader’s Awards. She showed the necklace to students at Horace Mann Elementary during a May 2 visit.
The City of Redmond Parks and Recreation Department invites the community to participate in the second community workshop for the East Redmond Corridor Master Plan on Thursday, June 5 from 7-9 p.m. in Room 104 of the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center, 16600 NE 80th St.
Movies such as “To Sir, With Love,” “Dead Poet’s Society,” and “Mr. Holland’s Opus” have introduced us to the kind of teachers whose mottos, methods and care for their students echo in those young people’s minds for the rest of their lives.
Cirque du Soleil wishes to thank the Redmond area for the incredible hospitality it has shown in welcoming Corteo.
More than 115,000 people have already experienced the excitement and magic of Corteo in Redmond.
Four students from the Lake Washington School District are recipients of the Washington Award for Vocational Excellence (WAVE) scholarships. The students are Chris Higgins (Marketing) and Evan Doyle (Digital Communications) from Lake Washington High School; Casie Clark (Engineering) from Eastlake High School; and David Tran (Architectural Drawing and Engineering) from Juanita High School.
Rachel Ainslie, a seventh grader at Evergreen Junior High School, has been invited to attend the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth’s (CTY) Grand Ceremony 2008 in honor of her outstanding achievement in the 2008 CTY Talent Search.