- About Us
- Local Savings
- Green Editions
- Legal Notices
- Weekly Ads
Many of the volunteers in Bellevue’s public schools share a common secret: although their motive for volunteering is to help children, they often suspect they are getting more from the experience than the students they help.
The third annual Flavors of India, organized by the Vedic Cultural Center of Sammamish in partnership with the city of Bellevue, was held Saturday and Sunday, and included dancing with DJ Prashant, a number of cultural displays and a free Indian feast.
Bellevue Reporter editor Craig Groshart is right – we do need resources in our schools to serve all students including those in poverty. And we need local authority to determine the best way to spend those dollars. Schools can do great things when they have resources with the local control to apply them most effectively.
Puget Sound Energy is seeking old, inefficient refrigerators and clothes washers and to replace with a limited number of Energy Star qualified models – for free.