Show your grad how proud you are with a special gift from the heart. Here are a few ideas for your upcoming college graduate.
The University of Washington says former Microsoft Corp. CEO Steve Ballmer will be the university graduation speaker in June.
Thousands of Washington residents who started the GED high school equivalency test sometime this past decade but never finished now have just a few weeks to complete their exams or start over.
With friends and family already gathered for her graduation from Washington State University, Cassie Dotts thought it would be a good time for another ceremony – her wedding.
Jenny Keller, a Lake Stevens wife and mother of two, has loved baking since she was a preschooler. Her “ruffle cakes”, cookies, cake pops and other treats are well received here in Washington, but these days she’s making a name for herself in Hollywood circles. Featured in this week’s People Magazine, jenny cookies helped celebrate a fabulous birthday!
If your teen is gearing up for high school graduation, planning a big party may feel like an overwhelming task. Fortunately, Seattle has some great locally owned and operated companies where catering to high school grads is just their thing! Here are some fun ideas for your next big celebration.
Looking for a special gift that helps local companies and local nonprofits? Gifts like Heart 4 Hearts dolls, O Wines, Miir Water Bottles, glassybaby and Seattle Chocolates not only make great gifts, they give back locally and internationally to help those in need.
Along with smart phones, laptops and Mp3 players, there are other things your graduate might enjoy. With “pomp and circumstance” coming, here are some ideas to help you shop for that perfect gift.