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The Next Genealogy Session on Wed. Sept. 19th

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Whether you are a beginner or experienced genealogist the Susan Woodin Chapter, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution is sponsoring individualized genealogy sessions to help you.  This is your chance to get one on one help to help you find out more about your ancestors or break through that brick wall.  If you have questions about Genealogy Software or DNA testing we will try and help. If you interested in finding out if you have ancestors who fought in the Revolutionary War, we can help? 
 
Please email or call Lucy DeYoung at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; or 206-356-6852 if you are interested in attending or have questions.  We want to provide you with the best experience possible and make sure we have people in attendance who can help you; therefore we would like to know more about what you hope to accomplish.  This will be our last Genealogy Session until January 2019.
 
Our next Genealogy Workshop will be from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday  September  19, 2018 at the Woodinville Heritage Museum - 14121 NE 171st Street, Woodinville.

Volunteers needed to tally people who walk and bike on Sept 25-27

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Each year, the number of people who choose to walk, ride bicycles or take other active travel means as their mode of transportation is increasing in Washington. How do we know?

Volunteers annually count the number of people who walk or ride bicycles at selected locations during a three-day survey. For those who would like to help, volunteer registration is now open for this year’s survey starting Tuesday, Sept. 25.

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WHS ‘88 Reunion - Sept 14

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
The Woodinville High School Class of ‘88 is excited to announce our 30 year reunion celebration.  The big event will be held on Friday, September 14th from 7 p.m. to midnight at Efeste Winery in Woodinville. It is sure to be a fantastic evening with great ‘80’s music, delicious food and beverages, a large amount of fun memorabilia and of course, mass cool classmates who you haven’t seen in person in a long time.
 
For more information about the reunion, to see who is attending and to purchase tickets please visit www.ReunionsWithClass.com.

2018 Winners of Basset Bash at DeYoung Park

  • Written by Kristen Hamilton
Arlow winner of longest ears femaleWaddle: Male Arlow owned by Franz Family of Algona
Waddle: Female Peach owned by Tim Force of Arlington
Oldest: Louie 15 years old owned by Michelle Coniluis of Monroe
Howl: Lou owned by Lyle McRae of Bainbridge Island
Longest Ears: Male  Edgrrr 10 inches owned by Franz Family of Algona
Longest Ears: Female Arlow 10 ¼ inches owned by Franz Family of Algona
Trick: Gracie owned by Jan Parker of Duvall
Distance: Sammy Pajamas owned by Taylor Neuburger of Chandler, AZ
Foolish Human: Sassy & Flash owned by Tom Grinsill of Poulsbo
Funniest Name: Arlow owned by Franz Family of Algona
Costume: Jazz, Lilo, Stitch, Sammy, Diego and Lady owned by Jenny Neuberger of Pullman
KING of 2007: Charlie owned by Beth Samuelson of Elbe
QUEEN of 2007: Whitler owned by Houndful Hearts of Florence, OR
 
Thanks our Judges: Dr. Erica Peavey  & Dr. Dan Frey; Sponsor Thank You: Denny’s Pet World and Fairwinds Brittany Park; Donations Thank You: The Barkery, Alexa Paul, MOD Woodinville, Sushi Connection and Woodinville Thai

Monroe Garden Club Sept 10th

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The Monroe Garden Club will meet on Monday, September 10th, 12:00 pm at Monroe United Methodist Church, 342 S Lewis Street in Monroe.

Learn about the “History of Soils in the area” presented by Wolfkill Feed & Fertilizer of Monroe. Also the history of the Monroe Garden Club - 66 years of gardening in Monroe while honoring our founding Club members.

The public is welcome to attend. Donations for the Sky Valley Food Bank are always welcome. For more information contact president Kris Elledge 425-345-6154, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or monroegardenclub.net. Also follow us on Facebook under Monroe Garden Club.

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