Residents can help Issaquah earn ‘Most Interesting Town’ title

April 27, 2012

By Staff

NEW — 6 a.m. April 27, 2012

The countdown is on, as Reader’s Digest prepares to name America’s Most Interesting Town.

The competition is heating up, and organizers want to hear stories from Washington.

The venerable magazine is asking reading to share personal stories and photos to illustrate what makes their town special. The author of the winning story receive a $1,000 prize, and his or her town gets featured on the cover of Reader’s Digest. The competition runs through May 31.

In addition, each week a new town is named America’s Most Interesting Town by popular vote. The winners get featured on the website and in upcoming issues of Reader’s Digest.

Locals can show their community spirit by voting for their town as many times as they like.

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One Response to “Residents can help Issaquah earn ‘Most Interesting Town’ title”

  1. Julie Peters on April 29th, 2012 4:16 pm

    Issaquah Is the most beautiful Place to live. My husband and I moved here from another State to get out of the Heat. It’s a small town with a lot of Culture. Front street has a Theatre and next to it is a Bistro. It’s an artistic town with plenty of Hiking, biking, and Paragliding . The tree’s on the Mountains are lush green and the flowers are in bloom in the spring and turned a pretty color in the fall. Let’s not leave out the Main Attraction every year the Salmon swim up to the Hatchery and theres a Salmon Fest thats rated number one.

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