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October 2014

Thank a Neighbor

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Excerpts from November 2014 Connections‘ feature story, Thank a Neighbor. We asked folks to take this opportunity to publicly thank a neighbor for any gesture or favor, big or small. We received an outpouring of gratitude from Dahlia Park to Crofton Springs to Harrison Street. We hope you will enjoy these little stories as they…

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Happy HalloGREEN!

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By Brenda DeVore, Recology CleanScapes Local Retail Manager Among our many joys of fall are the turning of the leaves, the crisp autumn nights and of course every kid’s favorite holiday, Halloween.  The big question is, what are you going to be this Halloween?  With school and neighborhood parties, costumes…

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Blakely Hall Features Abstract Artists

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 By Jan Lipetz, Blakely Hall Gallery Volunteer Curator, Central Park Resident (Jan Lipetz’s “Swimming” featured above.) “Amazing Abstracts” opens at Blakely Hall on October 16th and runs through December 30th. It is a compilation of four wonderful artists. This is a show you don’t want to miss. Valarie Cox abstracts, with mixed media, Cammille Vonegut abstracts, acrylic and…

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Meet Issy the Witch

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November Resident Profile: The Issy Witch You have seen her over the years at our haunted events, such as Green Halloween, but do you really know her? She delights the little kiddos (as she calls them; she is a British witch, after all!), teases the teens and chuckles with the…

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Garbage Enclosers ARC Solution

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IHCA ARC Blurb of the Month….from October Connections Did you know… that if you do not want to store your trash cans in your garage you can build or buy an enclosure for storing them?  The ARC has pre-approved the designs, two shown here. You can get immediate approval on your…

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Halloween in the Highlands

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We LOVE autumn in Issaquah Highlands! By September fall-themed wreaths and baskets of fall-colored mums start to appear on the front doors of our homes just as the trees are barely starting to turn; we are already in the spirit. The return of the salmon to Issaquah’s rivers and streams…

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