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Highlands Youth

Flashlight Egg Hunt for TEENS!

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HY (Highlands Youth) presents the 4th Annual Flashlight Eggstravaganza – Egg Hunt! For middle and high school students (ID is required) Fun featuring: Games, prizes, music, ice cream sundae bar, bunny photo booth and more! Admission: $5 Bring a flashlight and something to collect eggs in (and that student id)

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Parents Night Out 2016

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REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. The HY (Highlands Youth) are hosting a Parent’s Night Out on December 2nd from 6pm-9pm.  Parents can drop off their kids (K-5th Grade) in their pajamas at Blakely Hall for a fun night of games, crafts, snacks and a holiday movie…. for ONLY $10 per child! Parents can…

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HY Halloween Party

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The HY (Highlands Youth Advisory Board) welcomes all middle and high school students (must present student I.D.) to a Halloween Costume and Karaoke Party at Blakely Hall. Wear a costume! Enjoy food, games and KARAOKE! FREE, with student ID. PRE-REGISTER and EARN 5 RAFFLE TICKETS FOR COOL PRIZES!

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Egg Hunt for TEENS

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Issaquah Highlands’ HY (Highlands Youth) Board presents their 3rd Annual Friday Night Flashlight Eggstravaganza at Blakely Hall and Village Green Park. For all Middle and High School students, there’s fun for everyone: games, prizes, music, ice cream sundae bar, bunny photo booth, etc. What to bring? Student ID required Something to…

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Little Free Library Construction Project

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The HY (Highlands Youth Advisory Board) is hosting a community service project!  Issaquah Highlands resident middle and high school students will be building 8 Little Free Libraries to be installed in neighborhood parks around IH. Questions? Contact Christy Garrard, Executive Director for Highlands Council at 425-507-1110 or Christy.G@IHCouncil.org.    …

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Meet the NEW Members of the HY

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In 2013, Highlands Council launched a Youth Board, a selection of Issaquah Highlands middle- and high- school students that would be charged with planning events for teens by teens in the community. The initial group of teens named themselves the HY, short for Highlands Youth. They drafted a mission statement…

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HY Board Welcomes New Members

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Four New Students Selected for Highlands Youth’s Second Year By Christy Garrard, Highlands Council Executive Director, HY Staff Leader, and Dahlia Park Resident Also see this article in November 2014 Connections Eight resident middle and high school students applied for a position on the HY Advisory Board this year. In…

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