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Next Saturday: Trunk or Treat!

We will again have our last blast of fun for 2023 on Saturday, October 28.  Do you have your trunk planned?  We will have parking spaces reserved starting at 4:00 pm for set up.  Prizes for the best trunks are gift certificates to local restaurants, with the top prize at $75!  You’ll see cute little mice, scary monsters, more politicians, and space men and women, all at this event, all at one place!  Bring the kids, yours and the neighbors’ kids, and let them show off their costumes to the neighborhood!  Last year we had plenty of costumed kids but could have used more trunks.  Rain or shine, we’ll be having fun! Date: Saturday, October 28, 2023 Setup at 4:00 pm Event Time: 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Place: Lake Hills Village parking lot, at Lake Hills Blvd and 156th PSA: Ballots are out, time to vote!

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LHNA Presents…. Bellevue City Council Candidate Forum

That’s right, we are on! The candidates for all 4 positions have been invited to state their case in a moderated forum; your question may be chosen for the Q&A. Including: Paul Clark – John Stokes Mo Malakoutain – Alex Tsimerman Janice Zahn – Betsy Hummer Bill Hirt – Dave Hamilton   The forum will begin promptly at 7 PM and run to about 8:30. Keep in mind this is a MODERATED forum. We expect likely presentations but insist on a certain level of civility and decorum. Violators will be put in the waiting room and instructed on decorum – once. We want you to be able to concentrate on the candidates. Date:  Thursday, October 5 Time: 7PM Location: Zoom, the link is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4254665345 Next up, more park walks? Maybe, make a suggestion. Big upcoming event: Trunk or Treat, October 28th. This is a very popular event every year. Register YOUR decorated trunk ahead of time and win a prize!

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Park Walk, Lake Hills Beltway – with Bats?

This is to replace the bat walk on the 25th. I managed to squeeze into the ranger led walk a the last minute and will be able to sum up on our walk-maybe even point out a few things from the talk! We will meet at the ranger station, check out the gardens there and walk through the beltway. Lots to see if you’re careful so we will be going slow. Be prepared for mosquitos, marsh birds and maybe find likely hiding places for bats. Cameras/phones encouraged. We can turn around Lake Hills Blvd or continue around Larson Lake, depends on how people feel. And please, prepare for weather as appropriate. August 26, 10 AM Place: Bellevue Park Ranger Station 15416 SE 16th St Bellevue, WA 98007 Next up, Mercer Slough -Enatai Beach 9/9 One more thing: We need more walks. Suggestions for location, distance, etc. are kindly requested. We have MANY pocket parks and larger ones. How far, what

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Bellevue School Board and Port of Seattle Candidate Forum

August 24, 7 PM to 8:30 PM Time to Zoom up and to see your candidates! All candidates for School Board and the Port of Seattle have been invited so we can get to know them better. We have a variety of questions for them and there should be time for questions from the audience. We are still meeting by Zoom but hope to get a blended setup (both in person and remote) ready soon. Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4254665345 Zoom recommends you always make sure your software (if installing the application) is up to date before important meetings. Open Zoom 10-15 minutes before the meeting and it will ask to update if there are any; just follow the prompts.

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