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A Letter from Sarah Hoot, SDA Intern

To the people of Selah,   Thank you so much for welcoming me into your lives. Even though I was only an intern I really liked getting to know some of the people working to make Selah a great place to live. During my visit to the city I got to experience how close the

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Selah Discovery Contest: Egg Hunt — Business Outlook

By Sarah Hoot, SDA Journalism Intern Selah Downtown Association is once again putting on an event to bring local businesses and community members together. The Selah Discovery Contest: Egg Hunt  is a chance for people to visit a variety of local businesses in the hopes of finding all the hidden eggs throughout the city to win

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Small Business Spotlight — Mandie’s Art Parties

By Sarah Hoot, SDA Journalism Intern   If you are like me, then you know that art is not your strong suit. Trust me; about the only thing I can successfully paint is abstract and even that is a stretch. Luckily, Mandie Dolezal , the owner of Mandie’s Art Parties , loves when beginners attend her painting

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Selah Discovery Contest: Egg Hunt 2017

Selah Downtown Association (SDA) is excited to announce the start of the 3rd Annual Selah Discovery Contest: Egg Hunt on Monday, March 20th. This popular, annual contest will continue through Friday, April 14th, 2017.   The Selah Discovery Contest: Egg Hunt is a partnership between SDA and Selah’s local business community. Each year, a numbered

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“Paint Selah Green” this Second Saturday

By Sarah Hoot, SDA Journalism Intern   The start of a new month means that another Second Saturday is right around the corner. This month the chosen theme is Paint Selah Green, in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. “In selecting our monthly themes, we try to consider those that are seasonally relevant based on holidays,

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Historic Selah: In Memory of Town Marshal Ernest E. Buckley

By Sarah Hoot, SDA Journalism Intern Once upon a time in downtown Selah, there was a man named Ernie. Ernest (Ernie) E. Buckley was the first official Town Marshal for the Town of Selah and the only Selah police officer to ever be killed in the line of duty.   Buckley originally lived in the

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Women’s History Month: Girl Power of the Past in Selah

By Sarah Hoot, SDA Journalism Intern The month of March is Women’s History Month, a time where people acknowledge all of the women who have left an impact on their community. To celebrate Women’s History Month, here are some of the women who left an impact (or at least an interesting story!) on the Selah

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Kickin’ It Up with Selah Community Days Association

By Sarah Hoot, SDA Journalism Intern Planning for this year’s Community Days officially started with the election of new board officers for the Selah Community Days Association (SCDA). The SCDA board of directors welcomed Barb Petrea as the President, Missy Maki as the Vice President and Whitney Stohr as the Marketing Chair. SCDA began its planning meetings on Feb.

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“Save Our Center” Community Swap Meets

By Whitney Stohr, SDA Executive Director On February 22nd, Selah Downtown Association (SDA) announced that the organization is sponsoring four Community Swap Meet events, on the second Saturday of each month, from May through August, in conjunction with the ongoing Second Saturdays in Downtown Selah program, also presented by SDA. The Swap Meets will be held

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Love Selah? Spend 2nd Saturday in our Downtown

By Sarah Hoot , SDA Journalism Intern Come spread the love this Saturday in Downtown Selah as Selah Downtown Association (SDA) kicks off the first “Second Saturday” event of the year on February 11. The theme for this month is “Love Selah”, so locals and businesses can show their love for their city. “Love Selah”

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