Downtown Hair Design 1612 Railroad St, Enumclaw, WA98022 Downtown Hair Design does hair styling for men, women and children. It also does coloring, highlighting and waxing. The…More shop has seven stations with several hair designers.
T-Bonz 1239 Griffin Ave, Enumclaw, WA98022 T-Bonz is located on Griffin Avenue at Wells Street, across from Bangkok Thai. The restaurant itself is small, but the…More atmosphere is quiet and comfortable. Open for a late lunch or dinner, it offers a menu highlighted by steak and seafood. T-Bonz is operated by husband-and-wife team Gary and Sarina, who are happy to discuss and arrange private parties. Reservations are recommended, but not required.
D and G Hair Designs 1140 Marshall Ave, Enumclaw, WA98022 D and G Hair Designs, located in downtown Enumclaw, has two experienced stylists that specialize in hair…More design. The stylists do perms, color, highlighting and more.
Downtown Hair Design 1612 Railroad St, Enumclaw, WA98022 Downtown Hair Design is a salon located on Railroad Street in Enumclaw. The salon's friendly and prfessional staff …More offers hair styling, coloring, treatment and highlighting services for men, women and children, in addition to waxing. Call Downtown Hair Design during regular business hours to schedule an appointment.
Francel's Full Service Salon 1511 Garrett St, Enumclaw, WA98022 Francel's Full Service Salon is a hair salon located in Enumclaw. Owned and operated by licensed massage therapist and…More stylist, Collette, the salon offers an array of hair-related services for men, women and children. Services offered include hair cuts, hair coloring and highlights, Smoothing treatments, perms and event hair styling. Professional makeup applications are also available.
Situated on an elevated corner of Griffin Avenue and 244th Ave SE in Enumclaw, the Mount Rainier Christian Center…More enjoys a majestic view of Mount Rainier on a clear day. The Christian Center uploads both video and audio podcasts of gathering highlights on its website. Various meetings also take place during the week. Check the Center's calendar for more information.
This office serves the Snoqualmie Ranger District within the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, covering the west…More side of the Cascades between the Canadian border and Mount Rainier National Park.
The Forest Service does not manage Mount Rainier National Park, though recreational opportunities along State Route 410 between Enumclaw and the park's boundaries are overseen by the Service.
The office is staffed by rangers and other personnel who can help issue a variety of recreational permits, answer questions about current forest road, trail and weather conditions, as well as provide detailed maps for recreational use. Some souvenirs and other collectibles including books and postcards are also for sale.
An impressive cross-section of a now fallen tree is on display towards the rear of the building, with rings highlighted by metal markers illustrating the age of the tree.
Tucked away just off of busy Roosevelt Avenue, the 72-acre Enumclaw Expo Center is surrounded by scenic plateau…More vistas on one side, abutted against the foothills of Mt. Rainier on the other.
The Expo Center hosts events year-round, but highlights include the King County Fair and the Pacific Northwest Scottish Highland Games & Clan Gathering. The venue is also available for private bookings and events, including weddings and receptions, concerts, dances, meetings and conventions, animal exhibits and shows, trade shows and sporting events.
Facilities on-site include both covered and rodeo arenas, barns, a field house, exhibition halls, an RV park, stadium,and Internet access thanks to local Internet Service Provider Skynet Broadband.
Rainier Hills Young Life is a non-denominational Christian outreach group that works with teens. Young Life seeks to…More earn the right to be heard in teens' lives through building bridges of friendship with its adult community mentors.
The Rainier Hills Young Life group serves about 400 teens locally and regionally through the work and mentorship of about 40 adult volunteers. The group covers the Plateau area, including Black Diamond, Greenwater, parts of Bonney Lake and all middle and high schools in the Enumclaw and White River school districts.
Highlights of Young Life's outreach efforts include its popular summer camps with locations in Eastern Oregon and in British Columbia. Teens are able to help cover expenses through scholarship and ample fundraising opportunities.
Young Life also has specific ministries to serve younger, middle-school-aged children as well as teen moms.
There are 56 Young Life organizations throughout Washington state. The Rainier Hills chapter of Young Life just celebrated its 30th anniversary serving the Plateau area. Young Life was founded in 1941 and is now found across the U.S. and in more than 70 countries worldwide.