About Connections: By Community, for Community
Connections News is a monthly community newspaper written mostly by volunteer-resident writers, edited and published by Issaquah Highlands Council. Connections helps Highlands Council fulfill its mission to develop a vibrant and caring community committed to service, diversity, stewardship and well-being.
Join the Connections Team
Highlands Council is always looking for volunteer contributing writers, photographers and graphic designers. For more information, contact Nina Milligan, Communications Manager, at email@example.com.
Need a back-issue of Connections?
Connections is printed and distributed monthly, free of charge, to every address in Issaquah Highlands (residences and businesses). We also distribute through local gathering spaces, such as coffee shops and the Metro Park and Ride. Circulation: Approximately 4,500
Display ad pricing: starting at $150/month.
(Discounts available for 3, 6 and 12 month contracts. Online advertising is also available.)
For more information, please contact Nina Milligan, Communications Manager at Highlands Council, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2019 Connections Editorial Calendar
January: Year in Review – February: Development Update – March: Community Survey Results – April: Living Green, IHCA Budget – May: Parks and Trails – June: Graduation Announcements – July: IHCA Annual Report – August: Highlands Day – September: Back to School; Community Groups – October: Emergency Preparedness, Halloween – November: Thanks and Giving – December: Holidays in the Highlands
subject to change
Connections Terms & Policies
Opinions expressed either by paid advertisers or editorial content do not necessarily reflect the views of Highlands Council or this newspaper.
Highlands Council reserves the right to accept or refuse submissions, and to edit content. We also reserve the right to refuse advertising or content that in our opinion does not reflect the standards of this paper.
Want to announce a life milestone in Connections?
About this Issue: From Nina Milligan, editor of Connections: “Ok, full disclosure: Larry Norton and his wife Sue are two of my closest friends. We met as neighbors in 2004, in Crofton Springs and bonded over our love of community. Back then Issaquah Highlands was still taking shape. We all chipped in, hoping our contributions would help the community blossom.
And I must say, with the help of Larry’s volunteer contributions, the community has most certainly bloomed and thrived. Thank you so much, my friend, for all you do for this community. Read about Larry’s inspiring Issaquah Highlands journey on page 5.”