April 12, 2015
NEW — 6 a.m. April 12, 2015
Issaquah doula Denise Foreman is inviting moms to share their “joys of motherhood” for a chance at a $50 gift card to Jak’s Grill.
Her inaugural Mother’s Day essay contest asks participants to craft an essay that’s 500 words or less describing the best parts about motherhood.
“Share with me your joys of motherhood. Make me laugh or make me cry,” she said. “Is it those precious bumps, thumps and butterflies of your baby within? Or when you first heard your little one exclaim, ‘I love you.’ Maybe it was the time you took photos of them with their prom date.”
March 31, 2015
The Downtown Issaquah Association’s third annual Mother’s Day Flower Basket campaign returns in time for spring.
The goal this year is to raise $10,000 to fund 40 baskets that will hang in front of businesses along Front Street.
There are three ways you can participate:
$50 donation — DIA will send your mother a beautiful Mother’s Day card saying a contribution was made in her honor for a flower basket in downtown Issaquah.
May 13, 2014
Brunch celebrates moms of children with special needs
The sky was gray on a May 10 afternoon, but inside Swedish/Issaquah, where a special group of moms were treated to an early Mother’s Day brunch, it was nothing but sunshine.
Look no further than Issaquah mom Kimberley Lane’s Mother’s Day card, signed lovingly by her son Brian Galbraith with the inscription “your only son-shine.”
May 6, 2014
Mother’s Day isn’t until May 11, but I celebrated a little early last week with my mom.
Although she lives just a little less than 300 miles south, as the crow flies to Oregon, it proves to be just far enough that I only take the occasional visit.
I plan to make her a regular entry on my social calendar.
April 29, 2014
NEW — 6 a.m. April 29, 2014
In celebration of Mother’s Day on May 11, MOD Pizza will honor all mothers with a free, individual pizza or hand-tossed salad all day.
MOD will also honor five MOD Moms with a pizza party for 10 at the MOD location of their choice.
Share stories of a special mom you know, describing what makes this mom MOD — a cool skill or talent, having overcome a challenge, quirky advice or a hilarious “mom-ism.” MOD wants to hear from everyone with stories of extraordinary moms.
February 18, 2014
With the help of community donations, the Downtown Issaquah Association was able to bring back flower baskets to downtown last year. Donations directly affect how many baskets can be purchased.
“These beautiful baskets have been a delightful addition to our downtown throughout the years,” the association said in a news release. “Our goal for this year is $10,000 to fund 40 baskets. This cannot happen without your support.”
There are three ways people can participate:
$1,000 donation — Receive a banner placard 24-by-16 with your logo on it to hang on Front Street. The donor will be recognized in a thank you press release and on the DIA website. The association will send a Mother’s Day card to the donor’s mother of choice.