April 2, 2013
Women’s Club presidents honored by LifeWire
Linda Baker and eve’ Martinez-Petrut, co-presidents of Issaquah Women’s Club, recently accepted the award for LifeWire (formerly the Eastside Domestic Violence Program) at a breakfast meeting to thank the organization for their continued support of LifeWire’s scholarshipprogram and contributions to assist women in transition. Read more
March 26, 2013
Jaden Mongauzy, of Issaquah, and Cooper Antin, of Renton recently, served as a page for the Washington State Senate in Olympia.
Burnett was sponsored by Sen. Mark Mullet, D-Issaquah.
Jaden Mongauzy, a junior at Skyline High School, is a member of the student government and said his favorite subject is social studies.
March 26, 2013
Garrett Rudolph, formerly of Issaquah, became managing editor of The Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle on March 1.
Rudolph spent the past five years as the sports editor of the Woodburn Independent in Woodburn, Ore.
Rudolph grew up in Issaquah and graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in English in 2003.
March 26, 2013
IHS booster club honors scholar athletes
Issaquah High School Booster Club recently honored the following students with its Tutta Bella Scholar Athlete Award, given to a senior who has shown outstanding accomplishments, as an athlete and as a student at Issaquah High School and in the community.
February 26, 2013
Issaquah law firm names equity partner
Carson & Noel recently promoted Kellie Gronski to an equity partner with the firm.
Gronski’s practice focuses on real estate, community association law, business transactions, and real estate and business litigation.
Carson & Noel, a seven-attorney law firm providing counseling and litigation services in business, real estate and employment law, is at 20 Sixth Ave. N.E., Issaquah.
February 12, 2013
Students win chance to play with orchestra
During the Sammamish Symphony Orchestra’s annual Youth Concerto Competition Jan. 26, the following local students were the top three finishers, earning a guest solo with the orchestra June 9:
- First place — Olivia Marckx, of Bellevue, cello
- Second place — Amelia Sie, of Bellevue, violin
- Third place — Karissa Zadinsky, of Issaquah, cello
February 5, 2013
Booster club honors student athlete
The Issaquah High School Booster Club recently honored Hunter Sapienza with its Tutta Bella Scholar Athlete Award.
The award is given to a senior who has shown outstanding accomplishments as an athlete, as a student and in the community.
January 29, 2013
Local Realtors earn regional leadership posts
Joan Probala, a managing broker at Windermere Real Estate/East in Issaquah, has been elected as the 2013 president of the Seattle King County Realtors.
Probala, a real estate professional since 1990 and resident of Issaquah, serves as vice chairwoman of the Issaquah Planning Policy Commission, chairwoman of the Issaquah Arts Commission and survivor chairwoman for Issaquah Relay for Life. In addition, she is a past president of the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce and Kiwanis Club of Issaquah.
Also named to the leadership team was Mike Winkler, principal managing broker at Coldwell Banker Bain Issaquah, as this year’s East Region director.
January 22, 2013
Kiwanis Club of Issaquah coat drive a success
Issaquah Kiwanis annual coat and shoe drive last month collected more than 500 donations for the Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank. Several pairs of warm socks and scarves were also donated.
Top donations came from Hawkins Orthodontics with a record 171 coats and shoes, Pine Lake Club’s 84 items and the Liberty High School Key Club’s 74 items.
January 8, 2013
Skyline twins to dance at inaugural ball
Skyline High School sophomore twins Karishma and Aishwarya Mandyam will be performing the Bharatanatyam dance, an ancient classical dance art form of South India, in the rotunda during the Governor’s Inaugural Ball at 7 p.m. Jan. 16 at the Capitol campus.