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The second week of May is a celebration of Mother’s Day, so now is the time to see if you are being a good parent to your plants. They need food, water and your love and protection, but all gardeners must understand that plants in a garden also need discipline.
The Lake Washington Schools Foundation (LWSF) held its third annual Legacy for Learning Luncheon April 30 at the Juanita High School Field House. Master of ceremonies, KING 5 TV news anchor Dennis Bounds — who’s also a proud Lake Washington School District (LWSD) parent — introduced speakers who shared good news about magic made possible through LWSF grants.
Students in art classes at Museo on the Plateau have been hard at work all year, learning about other artists and new techniques, dreaming and creating.
The fourth week of April is the time to start feeding your vegetables, roses and flower beds, because plants that you want to produce need energy now. Liquid plant foods work the fastest, but don’t last as long in the soil. Slow-release and organic plant foods such as blood meal or alfalfa pellets (rabbit food) give plants a lower and slower dose of nitrogen, but continue to feed plants over an extended time.
It all started back in December, when six 4th grade students from Discovery Elementary School formed a team to compete at the 2008 Destination ImagiNation Regional Tournament in Bellevue.
The proposal by King County Executive Ron Sims for $965,000 in additional funds in 2008 for Animal Care and Control includes:
Slip on your wooden shoes and start tilting at windmills, because April is the month for tulips and I was recently honored to be in the land of Windmills, wooden shoes and tulips.
•Sorella Salon & Spa: This salon just opened in December and offers a range of services, including styling to facials and spa treatments. 1220 10th Ave. N.E., or call (425) 392-9299.
Eastside Catholic Middle School Curriculum Nights: 7 p.m. April 24 at St. Jude Parish, 10526 166th Ave. N.E., Redmond; 6:30 p.m. May 8 at North Bend Library, 115 E. Fourth St., North Bend; 7 p.m. May 14 at Mary Queen of Peace Church, 1121 228th Ave. S.E., Sammamish. www.eastsidecatholic.org.
Packed shoulder to shoulder in a 15-person van with city officials and two reporters, members of the Sammamish City Council last week toured portions of the Town Center planning area.
Neighbors within an unincorporated area called the Duthie Hill “Notch” are not of one mind on the question of whether they should be included in the potential annexation area for Sammamish.
Over the past 20 years, the Block Party Quilters guild has made more than 3,500 quilts for patients staying at the Ronald McDonald House in Seattle.
Surprise, it’s snowing again!