Pierce College Puyallup is now offering an extracurricular multicultural program for students, designed to build and develop tools students need to become active participants in their local, national, and global communities.
The Pierce College Diagnostic Health and Fitness (DHFT) department offers students a clear pathway to high-demand careers in a competitive industry.With several new faculty members on board this year, students will have an opportunity to learn from professionals with impressive, real-world experience in a variety of areas.
By Holly Buchanan
Student Life at the Puyallup campus will host a trip to Mount St. Helens Ape Cave Lava Tube on Saturday Oct. 11, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. This event is free for Pierce College students, and $37 for community members 16 and older related to Pierce students.
Celebrate the return of salmon to the Puyallup River Watershed at the Salmon Homecoming on Oct. 11. This family-friendly event features guided tours to watch migrating salmon in Clarks Creek, tours of the Puyallup Hatchery, science and art activities for kids, a Native American welcoming ceremony and storyteller, music from a live bluegrass band and a DJ, and a photo booth as well as “selfies” with Fin the fish.This free event runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Puyallup Hatchery, 1416 14th St. SW in Puyallup.
TACOMA, Wash. – Welcome the change of seasons at the Fall Family Garden Festival and Tree Sale this Saturday. The event takes place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Washington State University (WSU) Master Gardener’s Demonstration Garden, 2607 W. Pioneer Way in Puyallup. [Read more...]
South Sound 911 officially welcomed the City of Puyallup as its newest member today, solidifying the agency’s efforts to provide a unified, regional 911 dispatch center in Pierce County. South Sound 911’s Policy Board recognized the city’s membership at its Sept. 24 meeting, the first meeting where Puyallup Mayor John D. Knutsen attended as a board member.