A new Issaquah coffee spot will soon give local teenagers a special place to call their own. The all new Issaquah Teen Cafe, tentatively set for a soft open next spring, will soon provide high-schoolers just that. Inspired by facilities such as the Firehouse in Redmond and the Boiler Room in Port Townsend, the Issaquah Teen Cafe will be a place for students to hang out with one another, work on homework, enjoy free snacks and take part in their hobbies. With Issaquah Friends of Youth as the official sponsor of the Issaquah Teen Cafe, the cafe is able to raise its own funds.
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The Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program helped demolish an old building Saturday, that will be transformed into a teen center. The Cafe is a non-profit that teaches teens work ethic and responsibility. Owners are expanding to create a place for teens to learn and stay out of trouble. The center will be a place for teens to get help with homework, receive job skill traning, and socialize with friends. Scott Olesky a class member of the Flint Hills Regional Leadership programs says the group chose The House Cafe as their project because its in an areas where helps needed.