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Love Thy Neighbor!

It’s time for our first LIVE meeting in over 2 years, and we have a great lineup of speakers for you. Our topic this month is the different organizations right here in Bellevue and Lake Hills that assist with homelessness and other needs of our neighbors. We’ll be discussing the ways the different organizations help, and what they need from us to continue to assist in our area. We have the following groups scheduled to speak: Cares, with the City of Bellevue Mary’s Place, a women’s shelter in Bellevue Hopelink, right here in Lake Hills Bellevue Boys and Girls Club, on how they help homeless children Congregations for the Homeless, who is building a men’s shelter in Eastgate Our new venue is right in the middle of Lake Hills, so hopefully this will be convenient for everyone. We look forward to getting together again with neighbors and friends. Bring a neighbor with you to the meeting! Date: February 16, 2023

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Robinswood Park Walk

For those who don’t do Sunday morning church, let’s meet up at Spiritridge park Sunday, Oct 19th at 10 AM. (For those that do, we will be testing different hours and days, be sure to let us know which you enjoy most.) This is another fairly flat walk to Bellevue Airfield park and back, or perhaps around the loop trail to SE 24th St, eat to 161st Ave SE and back to Spiritridge Park. We’ll discuss as we go. Airfield Park is interesting primarily as open grassland, as it was a private airfield before closure in 1983. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bellevue_Airfield) Rabbits are common but may not be visible; we could see more in the summer. The only real hill in the walk is going East on SE 24th, should we choose the loop – but it’s not tall. Total miles should be under 2 miles. Nearly all these park walks can be extended as we do in this walk, either by the

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A Walk in the Park Returns!

2023 Walks in the park  – Larsen Lake Uncategorized / By Randy Grein Saturday, February 4, 10 AM, distance about 2 miles.It’s been a while but let’s get our walking shoes (or boots) and see the parks! I’m hard to miss with The Hat and blue Tesla. Meet me at the Blueberry Farm parking lot on 148th Ave. for a flat, easy walk around Larsen Lake, across Lake Hills Blvd and past Samena and the baseball field. We will stop at the Bellevue Ranger station and Demonstration garden before returning pretty much the same way. Looks like we will miss the rain so it should be a good first walk but if that changes – well, I’ll be there anyway.

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Are you planning your trunk?

Ghosts, goblins, and adorable little mice will be back to Lake Hills Village on Saturday, October 29th!  Start planning your creepy/funny/magical trunks now! Mark your calendars, and order your creepy decorations and candy.  The kids will be out in force, and we’ll give them a fun and safe Halloween party right here in Lake Hills!  Games, lots of kids, and lots of fun, and great prizes for the best trunks! Bring your decorated trunk, and your costumed kids.  No reservations necessary, but we’d love to know if you’re bringing a trunk so we can be sure to reserve enough parking spaces!  Feel free to let us know at MindyGarner@CBBain.com. Date: October 29, Saturday Time: 5:00 to 7:00 pm Place: Lake Hills Village parking lot, at Lake Hills Blvd and 156th.     If you are interested in being a part of Lake Hills Neighborhood Association, let us know!  We are currently putting together a Legislative Committee,to help fill the void

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