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Kids get their faces painted at a Bellevue blueberry festival.
Kids get their faces painted at a Bellevue blueberry festival.
Time to celebrate back to school and blueberries
Wednesday, August 27, 2014

A celebration of school, community services and our area's rich blueberry harvest, the sixth annual Lake Hills Blueberry Festival will be Saturday, September 6, at Lake Hills Elementary School.

The back-to-school party, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., at 14310 SE 12th St., will be an opportunity for local families to have fun and learn about Wrap-Around Services, a collaboration of the city, school district, United Way and East Bellevue Community Council to support youth and families.


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Time to celebrate back to school and blueberries
Kids get their faces painted at a Bellevue blueberry festival.
Kids get their faces painted at a Bellevue blueberry festival.

A celebration of school, community services and our area's rich blueberry harvest, the sixth annual Lake Hills Blueberry Festival will be Saturday, September 6, at Lake Hills Elementary School.

The back-to-school party, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., at 14310 SE 12th St., will be an opportunity for local families to have fun and learn about Wrap-Around Services, a collaboration of the city, school district, United Way and East Bellevue Community Council to support youth and families.

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Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Bellevue to host Tech Hive event Sept. 2-3 at City Hall

The 48-hour event will feature a dozen participants, including two entrepreneurs from China, who will go from idea to demo of their product and present them to a panel of distinguished judges.

"We're very excited to be hosting Tech Hive's first visit to the United States," said Councilmember Conrad Lee. "As a city we are committed to encouraging a creative and entrepreneurial environment, where businesses, startups and entrepreneurs can thrive. This great event demonstrates the City of Bellevue's growing reputation as an international business hub and gateway to China."

Individuals interested in participating, or learning more about Tech Hive, are encouraged to visit the event website.

 

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Friday, August 15, 2014
Environmental horse sense in Bridle Trails
Horse pasture in the Bridle Trails neighborhood

Bridle Trails is not your typical city neighborhood. It has about 300 properties where horses are stabled. Taking care of them, while protecting the water quality of nearby streams, is important.

In the latest edition of Lake to Lake, a monthly news show about Bellevue, the BTV crew visits a horse pasture in Bridle Trails and gathers tips on environmentally sensitive horse-keeping practices. The show can be seen on the city's YouTube channel, on BTV Channel 21, or streamed via the Bellevue TV web page. Other new Lake to Lake segments include:

  • Blueberry picking at two farms in Bellevue; and
  • Workshops on installing solar energy systems
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Thursday, August 07, 2014
Emergency preparedness video garners global recognition
Still from
Still from "Ways to Survive"

An animated video produced by the city's Office of Emergency Management to increase awareness about disaster preparedness recently won an international award as the top entry in its category.

The International Association of Emergency Managers named "Ways to Survive" the winner of its Global Public Awareness Award for Division 1. This is one of two Global awards given for 2014 among 63 videos entered in the competition from across the globe.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aci5kB0v78I
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
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