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September 27, 2011

By Staff

Issaquah residents win ribbons at the Puyallup Fair

The following Issaquah residents won at the Puyallup Fair:

  • 4-H Champion Senior Cavy Judging County Team: Michelle Fredrickson, Margaret Edwards and Katherine Miotke.
  • 4Shelly Rowland, third-place, lemon almond pie recipe
  • Amber Buol, first place, sewing machine-quilted

Eastside Baby Corner pants collection event tops 1,200 donations

Eastside Baby Corner collected 1,203 new and gently used pants for low-income and homeless children during its Second Annual Pants Party Sept. 10.

Now in its 21st year, Eastside Baby Corner gives children what they need to thrive by distributing almost everything to kids, from birth to age 12, through a network of family-assistance agencies. Learn more about Eastside Baby Corner at www.babycorner.org.

Kiwanis names officers

The Issaquah Kiwanis Club named the following officers Sept. 20 at its installation dinner at Gibson Hall: Jeri Toldstedt, vice president-elect; Marilyn Boyden, treasurer; and Chris Brandt, vice president; Craig Jorgensen, director; Don Robertson, director; Fred Mock, secretary; Glenn Hall, president; and Keith Watts, immediate past president; directors Jason Rogers and Scott Berhbaum

Kiwanis honors members

The Issaquah Kiwanis Club honored the following members Sept. 20 at its installation dinner at Gibson Hall: Kiwanis Outstanding Service Award: Becky Wilder; Kiwanian of the Year Award Jeri Toldstedt; and Rookie of the Year Award Stephanie Wilder

Pediatric dental group’s staff raises $23,000 for 3Day

Eastside Pediatric Dental Group doctors and staff, decked out in pink with the team name EPDGSTRONG, walked 60 miles Sept. 21 in the Susan G. Komen 3Day Walk for a Cure to show their support for the fight against breast cancer.

EPDGSTRONG donated $23,000 to help fight breast cancer.

The team consisted of Dr. Quinby, Dr. Lombardi and her sister Kristen Whitaker, Brandi Hill, Stephanie Keane, Jessica Marlenee and Kristin Marlenee.

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