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Some big steps from a walk in the woods
For garden satisfaction, some planning required
Covington city officials are planning a combined event for Earth Day and Arbor Day from 9 a.m. to noon on April 26 in the Foxwood neighborhood.
A neighbor of mine – Tony – is trying his best to take this “going green” thing seriously. For example, he tells me that he’s recently begun recycling his newspaper each week.
In separate events next week, Cornerstone United Methodist Church will host a blood drive for Puget Sound Blood Center and a luncheon for its seniors group.
A film addressing questions about life and whether God exists will be shown tomorrow by Real Life Church.
Tulips are the language of color
Tahoma Learning Community’s Father/Daughter Ball is scheduled for next Saturday at Tahoma High School.
Stay at Home Fitness, operated by Miki Halvorson and Kelley Terwillegar, offers personal training for individuals and groups in the privacy of their clients’ homes in the Covington and Maple Valley areas. In addition to individual sessions, a co-op group (for women to bring their children to a host home for a one-hour workout), family exercising and “buddy” sessions are offered.
Fill those indoor flats, seed trays, egg cartons and small plastic pots, because this is the week to start vegetable seeds indoors for setting out later.
Mixed in with the books and other more traditional items at Maple Valley Library and Covington Library are video games for teenagers to play during… Continue reading
Nurse: “Doctor! There’s an invisible man in the waiting room!”
Experts say school-age children should engage in physical activities for at least one hour every day to be healthy.
The fourth week of April is a the time to start feeding your vegetables, roses and flower beds, because plants that you want to produce need energy now.
“Intro to Botanical Art”: Lecture by Linda Vorobik, 7 p.m. May 2. Maple Valley Community Center, 22010 SE. 248th St., Maple Valley. 425-413-2572 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A new column by Tiffany Doerr Guerzon makes its debut in today’s Reporter. Guerzon will write on topics related to parenting, home economics and consumer issues. She lives in Maple Valley with her husband and three children. In addition to her writing, she is a certified physician assistant and worked in family practice for several years before stepping away six years ago to be at home with her children – two daughters who are 8 and 4 years old and a son who is a month short of his first birthday. Besides spending a lot of time with her family, her interests include organic gardening, scrapbooking, reading and ballroom dancing.
Kangaroos, anyone? How about hebes, phormiums and disease-free roses?
What do moms want for Mothers Day? Well, the answer may be a surprise to some.
The Rev. Canon Richard Gillett, an author and social justice advocate, will speak on fair trade and other global issues May 14 at St. George Episcopal Church in Maple Valley