April 22, 2014
As need grows, so does the effort to help.
The Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank announced an extension of its food and clothing bank service hours in April. It will now remain open from 5-7 p.m. every Monday evening in an attempt to serve the growing community who relies on the bank’s services.
“Our numbers have grown substantially from 2012 to 2013,” Executive Director Cori Walters said. “We’ve seen a 23 percent increase from our food customers, and that doesn’t include our clothing banks.”
The Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank provides free food, clothing and related services to individuals and families in need.
The growth affected how well the bank could provide its services.
September 10, 2013
Now hiring! Local opportunities abound
Looking for a job? Issaquah has become the land of opportunity!
When the Growth Management Act was adopted by the state more than 20 years ago, one goal was to encourage job growth near homes, with the aim of cutting down on traffic and new roads.
This fall, Issaquah’s growth at Grand Ridge Plaza, as well as new businesses spurred by a rebounding economy, have led to numerous new job positions being created.