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The Nelsen Middle School Concert Chorus performs often — about once a month. And not just at Nelsen, but at community events in Renton and Seattle.
Thousands of Northwest radio listeners woke up one last time to Don Riggs’ voice recently during his final broadcast after 55 years in the industry.
Benson Hill Elementary was filled with high-speed cars Saturday. Tiny, high-speed cars, made by local Cub Scouts for “Pinewood Derby Race Off 2008.”
The first test of the new HOT lanes on State Route 167 – at least from the commuters’ standpoint – came Monday morning.
Twelve Hazen High School students were recognized as Outstanding Seniors at Wednesday’s Renton School Board meeting.
More than 300 people participated in Sunday’s 25th annual CROPWALK on the Cedar River Trail to raise money for the fight against hunger locally and worldwide.
Students from Benson Hill Elementary’s three second-grade classrooms marked the first day of May Thursday with a traditional touch: by leaving baskets of flowers on neighbors’ porches.
Renton Boy Scout Ashton Blaylock entered cars in “probably five” Pinewood Derbys when he was a Cub Scout. So it means something when the sixth-grader at Nelsen Middle School says today’s (Saturday’s) race at Benson Hill Elementary will be the best.
• The Hazen Players of Hazen High School will present “You Can’t Take it With You” Thursday, Friday and Saturday, with a 2 p.m. matinee on Saturday. Showtimes are 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 for students with ASB, $7 for adults and students without ASB.
Hip Hop I, for ages 5-10 and Hip Hop II, for ages 8-10, will perform with other Renton Community Center dancers May 17 at Hazen High School. For information about the classes or other Community Center classes, call Jennifer Spencer at 425-430-6711, or the front desk at 425-430-6700.
Hazen High School will hold its annual College Fair in the gym 10–11 a.m. Friday.
Renton School District will hold registration for fall entrance to kindergarten May 5 - 15.
Three Renton High School students and one Lindbergh High School student have qualified to compete in the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) National Leadership Conference in Atlanta June 23–30.
The Rotary Club of Renton has recognized three high school students as its May Youth of the Month.
Two Lindbergh High School seniors poetry-slammed their way to college scholarships as part of the Damien Wilkins Foundation Poetry Slam, held at the Seattle Sonics’ last home game April 13.