Monthly Archives

June 2015

Hot days are HERE ….We are in this together!

By | Front Page, Uncategorized

Dateline, July 2, 2015, Wenatchee, KOMONews4, re: June 29th wildfire: “Chelan County sheriff’s spokesman said the fire was likely human-caused. Investigators have ruled out any natural causes, such as lightning. They’re still looking into whether the fire was set on purpose or by accident… 29 homes were destroyed …” As…

Read More

Culture through Cuisine: India, Meeta Mehta

By | Connections, Front Page

As published in June 2015 Connections News By Kathryn Meeker, Dahlia Park Growing up in Mumbai, India, Meeta Mehta started things young. She learned seven different Indian languages because her friends and neighbors came from so many parts of the country. She developed a passion for food watching her parents—especially…

Read More

It’s Green to be Brown with Dormant Grass

By | Front Page, Uncategorized

IHCA ARC Guidance on Lawn Maintenance Issaquah Highlands is a “green” community (environmentally conscious…). As such, we are allowed to let our lawns go dormant (brown-out) in the summer months saving not only not water (and $$) but the environment as well. This does not mean letting your lawn die.  Here are…

Read More

Congrats Class of 2015!

By | Connections, Front Page, Uncategorized

Kendra Brown Issaquah High School IH Neighborhood: Wisteria Park Post-Graduation Plans:  Attend University of San Diego to major in International Business.   Robyn Davidson Issaquah High School IH Neighborhood: Summit Park Post-Graduation Plans: Attend California Polytechnic State University in San Luis majoring in Chemistry on a pre-law path; Law School to…

Read More

Bears Like Our Garbage!

By | Front Page

There have been many big, black bear sightings in Issaquah Highlands this spring. The most recent was Wednesday morning. Yet another Dahlia Park resident woke to find that their back yard gate had been ripped apart by a bear gaining access to their garbage cans, stored in the yard. The IHCA…

Read More