Local author Helen Collier shared her storytelling wisdom and reminded dozens of kids to say to themselves “I am important” on May 15 at Lake Dolloff Elementary School.
Located in the Campus Business Center in Federal Way, Show Biz Kids is a family operated, non-auditioned show experience for kids ages 3 to 18.
On May 4, The Light of Christ Community Garden held its first Spring into Action Walk/Run.
Brigadoon Elementary School children got a firsthand lesson in living a “green” lifestyle as they collected and recycled gently used clothes and shoes.
Adriana Blanco, Jordan Crahan, Mitchell Grant, Matthew Kim, Daisia Lawson, RJ Manuel, Phillip Park and Dain Yoshizumi represented Decatur High School and Federal Way at the Washington State Business Leadership Conference in Spokane last week.
Highline Community College recently recognized Trise Moore, the Family and Community Partnership Advocate for the Federal Way School District, and Nathan Phillips, the Director of the South King Council of Human Services, as outstanding community partners that have made considerable contributions to the local community.
Federal Way residents Peter and Laura Johnson won the $1,000 grand prize on Saturday by participating in the City of Federal Way’s annual Recycle Palooza Contest.