Nick Young

The recession caused a lot of heartbreak globally, and for some in this region it was the last straw. Thomas Simmons worked as a real estate agent, and when the market collapsed, he lost his income.

Leslye Lewis

“I wanted to be Picasso. Picasso and Joni Mitchell.” Leslye Lewis laughed. It was the 70s and the Bellevue teenager had big dreams, growing up in an ambitious family that always encouraged her to succeed. 

 “My grandmother taught me to color outside the lines – I thought I could do anything,” she said. So enrolling at the University of Washington to study oil painting seemed a natural step, if not exactly the most pragmatic career preparation. 


Bellevue, WA
United States

Hancock’s Bakery claims title in Hopelink Can Madness

Monday, April 04, 2016 - After acing the Hopelink Can Madness championship in the first three years of the competition, Hancock’s Bakery of Redmond struggled to reach the top spot in subsequent tournaments. This year – the seventh – the inaugural winner returned. On Friday (April 1), Hancock’s held off a strong showing by a rookie team from the City of Redmond to claim the title in Hopelink’s annual competitive food drive.


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