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July 2018

Found 3 blog entries for July 2018.

Building a custom designed house probably ranks high on every homeowner’s dream list. At Suncadia, we know how important it is for members of our community to build a home they will love for years to come, one that fits their lifestyle and that they are happy to come home to weekend after weekend. This week we chat with Matt Rudolph, Founder and CEO of Gravitate Design + Build. Matt and his team are the designers behind a new property being built at 201 Portal Court.

“This is our first home in Suncadia and our goal is to have a minimal impact on the natural habitat, create an open floorplan and maximize the views,” says Matt. As builders. Matt believes they have a responsibility to be stewards of the land on which they build, an approach to

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At Suncadia, you step out of urban life and into something that’s all too rare: a place where you know your neighbors instead of just passing them on the way to work. And as visits become longer and more frequent, you get to know the people who help shape Suncadia into a community you hold close to your heart. This column celebrates the Suncadia staff who play a role in the way residents and guests enjoy their time here. Some might be familiar faces or names, and others will be new to you. This week, we chat with Debbie Losse, Director of Catering & Conference Services.

Where are you from originally and how did you end up at Suncadia?

I originally grew up in Eastern Washington. My family had a cabin on Lake Cle Elum so we were up here every weekend.

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At Suncadia, we’ll take any excuse to celebrate, to bring families and friends together, and throw a good party. And so for the 4th of July, we put on our best reds, whites and blues and launched into festivities that lasted an entire week.


The celebration kicked off in downtown Cle Elum on June 30th with a community parade, a basketball tournament and fireworks. The next couple of days, Suncadia hosted a 5k race at Dawson Park, family-friendly guided hikes, a Battle of the Bands during our Swiftwater Concert Series, and a tie-dye session featuring everyone’s three favorite colors.


The big day arrived and so did the Kids Bike & Paws Parade. Some 35 kids went all out to decorate their bikes (and their dogs) with all the bells and whistles.

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