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Families with special needs children, and young adults, are invited to a free "What's There To Do This Summer?" recreational resource fair from 7 - 9 p.m., May 13 at Issaquah Valley Elementary's mulit-purpose room.
Families with special needs children, and young adults, are invited to a free “What’s There To Do This Summer?” recreational resource fair from 7 – 9 p.m., May 13 at Issaquah Valley Elementary’s mulit-purpose room.
Representatives from several organizations will present information about their programs and activities. Dessert and refreshments provided. Child care provided for children 6 and over, with advance reservation.
Children must wear gym shoes.
This event is sponsored by Life Enrichment Options (LEO). For more information, phone 425-392-5682 or visit www.leoorganization.org.
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