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‘In building young scholars up, teachers supply us with the next artists, the next public servants, and the next leaders. You shape our future.’
Federal Way’s Pacific Bonsai Museum collaborating with artists for Seattle Design Festival exhibition
“Shapeshifters: The Alchemy of Bonsai and Design” will be on display in Seattle Aug. 16-25.
RISE Properties Trust aims to restore aging, 236-unit multifamily property.
Free multicultural festival will feature kid’s activities, food vendors, an entertainment stage and more.
All new school supplies donated during this time will be matched pound-for-pound by Red Canoe Credit Union.
Scholarship car show set for Aug. 24 in Federal Way.
Residents can bring broken, damaged, or nonfunctioning small household items including kitchen appliances, furniture, clothing, or family heirlooms.
All Stars take on Eastlake July 25 in Richland, Washington.
Bring up to three file-size boxes of old documents containing personal or sensitive information for secure shredding during free event.
The school’s “Green Team” supports recycling efforts in the school, helps run the school garden and holds a Green Festival.
Department of Commerce hosts first public information meeting about study of ongoing impact of growing operations at airport.
District 10 will be represented by All Star baseball, All Star softball, and Majors/Little League baseball.
Annual awards recognize professional excellence at Highline College.
Ask the Federal Way mayor a question during the event at noon Thursday, July 11.
Abigail Colmenares was student ambassador for program that serves underrepresented students in STEM fields.
Initiative would prevent landlords in Federal Way from evicting tenants without cause.
Eisenman, Suchan, Christensen, Campbell, Sims begin terms in July.
Get the capital you need to grow your business.
Summer Camp (preschool to 10th grade) is held every weekday from June 20 until Aug. 30 at the Federal Way Community Center.
Meals are available at no charge to any child 18 years of age or younger.