This Sunday, November 13, 2016 the Snoqualmie Valley Community is being offered a chance to come together – and as North Bend photographer Mary Miller says – have some fun, too.
According to event organizers, they recognize the strong divide in our country right now. “Some are hurting, scared, and disillusioned while trying to process everything and find the best, most positive way to move forward.”
So they invite the community to come together at Centennial Fields, Sunday, November 13th at 11AM – to remind friends and neighbors near and far that: “We choose love. We choose tolerance. We choose acceptance. We take care of each other.”
It’s a peaceful gathering to join together in unity, strength, and hope that a better future and be built for all. Organizer Niki Stryjak said they’ve received many questions about what the vision of the event is. She answered, “This is it, pure and simple.Our community, strong and together, united hand-in-hand in love and acceptance of each other.”
Snoqualmie Police will be at the event to greet the kids – handing out stickers. And Mary Miller will do one of her awesome overhead, aerial photo shoots to capture the moment – a circle of unity, with community members hand in hand.
Here’s an example of some of Mary’s past community unity photo shoots: