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Safety

YWCA Self-Defense Training Issaquah

YWCA Self-Defense Training

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For women ages 10 and up, trainer David DeVore and team will work through many means of self-defense during this two-hour session. The goal is to ensure every participant walks away with at least “One Tactic” for self-defense. Sign up: email Ian Terry at ianhterry@aol.com.

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Drive with Care, Walk Aware Issaquah Highlands Connections

Drive with Care, Walk Aware

By | Connections

A Community Campaign to Take on Traffic Safety by Christy Garrard, Executive Director of Highlands Council and Dahlia Park resident & Nina Milligan, Highlands Council Communications Manager & Editor of Connections Issaquah Highlands is taking on traffic safety in our community. Like in other communities, cars are a big part…

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Bear Smart Seminar

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Please join Highlands Council in welcoming Western Wildlife Outreach and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife for an evening presentation on the growing issue of conflicts between humans and black bears in Eastern King County.

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Town Hall: Tackling TRAFFIC

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Tackling Traffic: Open Houses Ready to tackle Issaquah’s traffic? Join Highlands Council and the City of Issaquah at Blakely Hall to learn more! Mayor Fred Butler recently appointed volunteers to serve on a City of Issaquah Traffic Task Force, which is studying and making recommendations on a package of transportation…

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Bear Sightings Throughout IH

By | Connections, Front Page

Be Bear Aware: Many Sightings in Issaquah Highlands Our state wildlife managers would like to remind us how to avoid conflicts with bears. Rich Beausoleil, bear and cougar specialist for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, said the department has already received reports of black bear activity in King and…

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Careful! Crewmembers in the street

By | Front Page, General

Our IHCA landscape crew will be working on the landscaping along the Park Drive median the week of April 6.  They will begin at 15th Avenue and proceed uphill to Sports Court at Central Park.  It is expected that the main median, from 15th to 17th, will require both April…

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