History is Happening in Redmond!The Redmond Recorder 3/05
All @ 10:30 am
Old Redmond SchoolhouseCommunity Center16600 NE 80
Second Saturday of the month:March 12, April 9,May 14, June 11,Sept. 10, Oct. 8, Nov. 12
2005 Executive Board
Board of DirectorsTerri GordonTom HitzrothJon MagnussenAmo MarrDaryl MartinDoris Schaible
90 or Better?
Are you at least 90years young? Or do youknow someone with linksto Redmond who is?If so, the Societywould like to sendbirthday cards to thesevery special people.Please phone
at 425-868-4094 toget added to the list.
Old Redmond Walking Tours Return
Want to impress friends/family with Redmond trivia like which buildingwas both an undertaker’s premises as well as a bordello? Or just want to enjoysome really entertaining stories? Then sign up for the walking tours along LearyWay led by Society board member Tom Hitzroth. This year’s dates are:
April 17, May 15, June 19 and Sept. 18.
Tours run from 1-2:30 p.m. and walkers meet on the front steps of theJustice White House. Walks won’t be held in the rain!Pre-registration is required. To do so, e-mail Tom email@example.com our office at (425) 885-2919.----------------------------------------------
The President’s Corner
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, one of ournewest members, is working on aKen Burns style video on earlyRedmond. This is another greatproject and we are thankful to havehis talents.
will continueoffering walking tours of Redmond.Let’s not forget the RedmondSaturday Market.
has asked that we participate againthis summer season. It is another funway to visit with folks and to showoff what we are all about. We taketwo hour shifts starting at 9 a.m. Callus if you would like to booth sit.
and her committeecontinue with plans for improvementsto the Old Redmond Cemetery.We are also thinking about apicnic in June. We plan to take part inthe Bike Derby parade again this Julyand are organizing a Heritage ArtShow around Derby Days.We will be asking for more oralhistories. If you know of someone weshould interview, be sure to tell us.So get involved, join us. We havelots of fun and we are always learningsomething new about “oldRedmond.”
Judy Aries Lang
A Library is Born
This item ran in the East Side Journalon Sept. 23, 1926 and in 1927Redmond’s first library was operatingon Leary Way between today’s Half Price Books and Western store!