YWCA Family Village at Issaquah groundbreaking / Dec. 7, 2009

December 9, 2009

By Greg Farrar

Sue Sherbrooke, CEO of the Seattle/King/Snohomish YWCA, thanks guests with her applause Dec. 7 at a ceremony marking beginning of construction of the YWCA Family Village at Issaquah, which will provide 146 apartment units for low-to-moderate income residents at Highlands Drive Northeast and Northeast High Street. Ribbons tied by guests symbolized the strength of the community partners in the project, and the coral bark maple tree, which will be planted on the site, symbolized the community that will grow there together. – Photo by Greg Farrar

Sue Sherbrooke, CEO of the Seattle/King/Snohomish YWCA, thanks guests with her applause Dec. 7 at a ceremony marking beginning of construction of the YWCA Family Village at Issaquah, which will provide 146 apartment units for low-to-moderate income residents at Highlands Drive Northeast and Northeast High Street. Ribbons tied by guests symbolized the strength of the community partners in the project, and the coral bark maple tree, which will be planted on the site, symbolized the community that will grow there together. – Photo by Greg Farrar

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