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In 1993, after a ten year restoration undertaken completely by volunteers, the Issaquah Depot is placed on the National Register of Historic Sites. #Issaquah125


In 1992, Issaquah celebrates its centennial. Among the related swag is a cap, now part of the Issaquah History Museums collection. #Issaquah125


In 1991, teachers in thirty-eight districts – including Issaquah – go on strike . #Issaquah125


In 1990, the first Mountains to Sound March is held, and thus the Mountains to Sound Greenway is born. #Issaquah125


In 1989, a certificate is awarded to Iva Eastlick Jones McKilrath, a descendant of the Mercers, Eastlicks, and Vaughns, to celebrate her turning 100 years of age “before or during Washington State’s Centennial Year.” #Issaquah125


In 1987, Sharon Dean is selected a Miss Issaquah. She went on to win the Miss Washington competition in the same year, and competed in the Miss American pageant. #Issaquah125


In 1986, Carl Darchuck re-opens the Issaquah Theatre as a venue for his troupe of community players. This group would go on to become the renowned Village Theatre. #Issaquah125


In 1985, Ruth Kees founds the Issaquah Environmental Council, which is still active here in Issaquah. #Issaquah125