Please join us for LEO's first annual Mother's Lunch on Sunday, May 19th, from noon to 2 pm at Blakely Hall in the Issaquah Highlands. We want to give moms of kids with special needs a chance to connect with others sharing similar situations. Kids of all ages are welcome to the event as well, and activities will be provided. The event is free, by reservation only and seating is limited.
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Interested in Getting Involved with LEO?
New members are always welcome to join our Issaquah and Snoqualmie Valley Outreach Committees. The committees meet just four times each year planning the spring and fall educational presentations, sharing information about LEO at the Issaquah ArtWalks, and participating in the Salmon Days and Festival at Mt Si parades. The committees are an important way for LEO to connect with the needs of the community. For more information, contact Chris Weber.
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LEO has many vital supporters. Here are a few of them:
Polygon Northwest Company--partnered with us in the construction of both our first and third adult family homes, and continues to support our organization.
Marv Nielsen, Sunset Hiway Cruisers, XXX Root Beer and Jose Enciso--for designating LEO as recipient of donations from the famous car shows each Sunday.
Thank you to sponsors who currently employ people with developmental disabilities.