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Issaquah Highlands Doers and Dreamers Day of Service

Love Where You Live

By Connections, Special Event
Take 15 Minutes Each Month to Serve Your Community As part of our Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.-inspired “Issaquah Highlands Doers and Dreamers Day of Service," join the Issaquah Highlands Cross-Cultural Committee in setting aside 15 minutes each month this year to help keep our community beautiful. It all...
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Rootedness Issaquah Highlands

Rootedness

By Connections, Special Event
A Weekend of Art and Connection In the March 2020 issue of Connections, we explore “rootedness” and what it means in our lives. Janice King, local artist behind the upcoming “Rootedness” exhibition in Blakely Hall, will combine art and participation to create “rootedness.” When talking about her exhibition in Issaquah...
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What is the Future of Issaquah Highlands? 

By Development News, Special Event, Traffic
By Nina Milligan, Communications Manager, Highlands Council The City of Issaquah hosted a meeting at Blakely Hall on Thursday, November 7, inviting all interested parties to discuss how future development might best serve the needs of Issaquah Highlands. Top leaders including Issaquah’s Mayor, Mary Lou Pauly, and Keith Niven, Director...
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Veterans Day in Issaquah Highlands

By Special Event
Veterans Day in Issaquah Highlands is a family-friendly event in Village Green Park based on volunteer collaboration. Resident Paul Dean has volunteered every year, sharing his expertise and sincere gratitude for veterans. Below is his address at this year's ceremony. My name is Paul Dean, Pastor of Soma Eastside Church...
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