Archive for April 15th, 2020

Originally published in the Voice of the Valley, April 15, 1998

By Cecilia Nguyen

Black Diamond’s City Council unanimously passed a boating ordinance during the April 9 meeting.

The Ordinance 636 will be a lake specific ordinance that addresses noise, swimming/boating/water-skiing regulations, enforcement clauses, and so forth. Police Chief Rick Luther was eager to have the council put a boating ordinance in place because since January 1, 1998, Lake Sawyer has had no set of rules.

The city’s ordinance is based on King County’s boating ordinance with a few minor adjustments that particularly pertain to Lake Sawyer. (more…)

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Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, April 15, 1926

One of the institutions in Carbonado of which the camp is justly proud is the splendid Union Sunday School which recently passed the 100 mark in its membership. Mrs. J.W.L. Kaufman is the efficient superintendent of the Sunday School. She is assisted by a loyal corps of teachers and officers, all of whom are striving to make the organization even greater and better than it now is.

The Sunday School is undenominational, and it is unique in that all denominations and creeds represented are working in perfect harmony for the upbuilding of the religious and moral life of the community. (more…)

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