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Bonney Lake Dog House
19473 State Route 410 E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
Opened in 1979, the Bonney Lake Dog House is located next to Walmart on Route 410 East in Bonney Lake. The Dog HouseMore carries a variety  of pet food, toys and supplies, in addition to offering caring and comfortable grooming services for dogs. Visit the Bonney Lake Dog House website for a comprehensive overview of the House's products and services.
Bonney Lake Optical
21221 State Route 410 E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
Bonney Lake Optical is an ophthalmologist serving the Bellevue community. For more information or to schedule anMore appointment, please contact its office.
Bonney Lake Chiropractic
9925 214th Ave E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
Bonney Lake Chiropractic specializes in relieving back and neck pain. For more information, or to schedule anMore appointment, please contact the office.
Bonney Lake Pierce County Library
18501 90th St E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
The Bonney Lake Pierce County Library serves the greater Bonney Lake community and is also enjoyed by Buckley and SumnerMore residents. It is not only a great place to find the latest book, it's also the epicenter of community literature and film events in Bonney Lake. The Friends of Bonney Lake Library sponsor Books on Tapps Book Group, which meets monthly to discuss chosen literature. Visit the location for information on meeting times and places, as they change every month.
Beautify Bonney Lake
19306 Bonney Lake Blvd E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
Beautify Bonney Lake is an organization dedicated to creating lasting improvements to Bonney Lake. VolunteersMore participate in projects throughout the year that focus on the organization's goals; to beautify and improve common spaces and public spaces in Bonney Lake, improve business entrances and buildings in the town and help senior citizens improve the outside of their homes. Check out the website for information on how to become involved.
Bonney Lake Les Schwab Tire Center
9911 214th Ave E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
Bonney Lake Community Garden
18421 89th St E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391

The Bonney Lake Community Garden was started in a partnership with the City of Bonney Lake and Bonney Lake CommunityMore Resources, also known as the Bonney Lake Food Bank. A portion of the garden is farmed for the Food Bank, which supervises the garden and plot assignments. City residents can volunteer in the food bank section of the garden, and community gardeners can donate any extra produce they farm to the Food Bank or Bonney Lake Senior Center.

There is no charge for a plot in the Community Garden, and the city supplies water irrigation. However, you must supply your own topsoil, additives, seeds and tools. Visit the City of Bonney Lake website for more information and garden plot application forms.

Bonney Lake Lions Club
9902 219th Avenue Ct E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391

As its mission statement says, the Bonney Lake Lions Club is a motivated, innovative, vibrant, outside-the-box groupMore of volunteers dedicated to actively identifying and serving the ever-changing needs of the greater Bonney Lake area through hands-on service projects.



Bonney Lake High School
10920 199th Avenue Ct E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
The Bonney Lake Panthers are led by principal Linda Masteller. In addition to an extensive amount of club, sport andMore extracurricular opportunities, Bonney Lake High School also offers a Learning Assistance Program (LAP).
Bonney Lake Dreamers 4-H Club
14205 215th Ave E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
The Bonney Lake Dreamers 4-H Club is a community organization based in Bonney Lake. The club, which is part of theMore national 4-H organization, meets on the second Tuesday of each month. 4-H participates in an array of community service projects as well as robotics and dramatic projects. Both 4-H members and local volunteers participate in the community service work. For further inquiries, phone the Bonney Lake Dreamers 4-H Club.
Ken Simmons Park
18200 74th St E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391
This small park, located on the north side of Lake Bonney, features a children's playground and a covered picnic area.More It was named after Ken Simmons, the driving force behind the creation of Bonney Lake. He had purchased a large amount of property and developed a lakefront resort destination on Bonney Lake, which helped convince visitors to develop land and populate what is known as Bonney Lake today.
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