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Selah City Challenge from SDA for April 2018

 By Whitney Stohr, Executive Director Note:  Selah offers so much to so many. Selah is our home, our safe place; it is where we work and shop, where our kids learn and play. We love Selah, and we want to continue improving our community. On that note — Each month in 2018, Selah Downtown Association

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Thoughts from Main Street Now — The annual National Main Street Center conference

By Whitney Stohr This week, many of our colleagues working for Main Street Programs across the nation traveled to Kansas City, MO, for the annual conference — Main Street Now — hosted by the National Main Street Center. Like Selah Downtown Association, each of the programs operates using the Main Street Approach, one of the

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Selah City Challenge from SDA for March 2018

By Whitney Stohr, Executive Director [Note:  Selah offers so much to so many. Selah is our home, our safe place; it is where we work and shop, where our kids learn and play. We love Selah, and we want to continue improving our community. On that note — Each month in 2018, Selah Downtown Association

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Selah Discovery Contest: Egg Hunt 2018

Selah Downtown Association (SDA) is excited to announce the beginning of the 4th annual Selah Discovery Contest: Egg Hunt on Tuesday, February 27th. The Egg Hunt is a popular, scavenger hunt activity for kids ages 18 and under. The contest will close on Friday, March 30th, 2018.   The Selah Discovery Contest: Egg Hunt is a partnership

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Selah City Challenge from SDA for February 2018

By Whitney Stohr, Executive Director Note:  Selah offers so much to so many. Selah is our home, our safe place; it is where we work and shop, where our kids learn and play. We love Selah, and we want to continue improving our community. On that note — Each month in 2018, Selah Downtown Association

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Selah City Challenge from SDA for January 2018

Selah City Challenge from SDA for January 2018 By Whitney Stohr, Executive Director [Note: Selah offers so much to so many. Selah is our home, our safe place; it is where we work and shop, where our kids learn and plan. We love Selah, and we want to continue improving our community. On that note

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