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Northwest Railway Museum Benefit Dinner, Snoqualmie, WA, April 30, 2009

The Woodman Lodge Steakhouse & Saloon is hosting a benefit for the Northwest Railway Museum on Thursday, April 30 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The goal is to raise $25,000 to aid flood recovery efforts to rebuild the railway in Snoqualmie, WA.

The evening includes:
* Your choice from four delicious entrees;
* A picturesque train ride after dinner;
* Silent auction and lots of special surprises

Tickets: $85 per person/$150 per couple. Please email ticket requests
to or give them a call at 425-888-4441. For
more information, please visit:

From the Woodman Lodge website:
As many of you already know, We are hosting a Benefit dinner on Thursday night April- 30th for the Northwest Railroad Museum at the Woodman Lodge. In the January flood, much of the Rails from North Bend to the Snoqualmie falls were severely damaged. We are asking our community to join us in the "Save our Rails" benefit to raise funds needed to keep the Northwest Railroad museum operational. Our goal is contribute $25,000 of the $110,000 in cost of repairs to the damaged rails.

We have worked with the NW Railroad museum to put together a night of great food and entertainment. Before dinner, tour the Historical Northwest Railroad depot while getting in some great wine tasting by representatives from the Grateful Choice, Small Vineyards of Italy, Pengwine and Barnard Griffin vineyards! At the Woodman Lodge, Dinner entrée choices will include Prime Rib, Creekstone Center-cut Sirloin Steak, Fresh Alaskan King Salmon and Chicken or Smoked salmon Fettuccine Alfredo. Dinner also includes two salad choices and Desert. While dinning, we have a very special guest, "Doug Bright" on the 1928 Bush & Lane upright piano; performing heritage ragtime and great music from the 1920's- 30's. Doug Bright is truly amazing to listen and watch play!

After dinner, The Museum will be offering train rides every 30 minutes from the Depot over to the Snoqualmie Falls. So grab a glass of wine and take a journey down the tracks to view Washington states most popular attractions. A small silent auction will also take place over at the depot with some amazing items with which to bid for; including a upcoming concert at the new Snoqualmie Casino, Spa and Dinner packages at the Salish, Dinner for 4 at Woodman Lodge, a 1/2 Day Scenic Float plane ride around the San Juan Islands, and many more.

I am asking and hope you can participate in helping us to help the Northwest Railroad Museum. The Cost of the tickets for the event are $150 per couple and $85 for a single ticket. I know we are all a little tight on funds these days, "Me Included".. But this is a great cause !! Most all of us have seen our children in their younger years smile from " Ear to Ear" when coming out to see and ride the Historical train cars. Lets pull together and help these guys out! It will be a great night of good people, entertainment and Fun.

Tickets can be purchased by Calling and booking your reservation time at 425/888-4441 or emailing your ticket request to

Thanks to all who have Donated and to those that will be attending this very needed event!


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