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Pet of the Week - April 10, 2017

  • Written by Submitted by Homeward Pet Adoption Center

POWMr. Kitty is the coolest 14-year-old orange tabby you will ever see. He’s mellow, he’s yellow, and he is a neat old fellow! Mr. Kitty is a suave debonair and so much more. He walks with his tail in the air, never with a care in the world. Why? Because Mr. Kitty is the coolest orange tabby you will ever see. Other kitties hope to be half like Mr. Kitty. His favorite time is petting and oh what fun he has. He is one of the few special felines in the world who loves to have his tummy rubbed! Adopt Mr. Kitty today! Why? Because he’s the coolest orange tabby you will ever see.

We are located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville and are open for visitors between 12pm and 6pm, Wednesday through Sunday.
See all of our available cats, kittens, dogs and puppies at www.homewardpet.org.

Homeward Pet’s Spring Cleaning Donation Drive

Reduce clutter and give back! Clean out your closets and drop off unwanted soft item donations like clothing, shoes, bedding and more at Homeward Pet in Woodinville by May 13. The more we collect the more we make to benefit the animals. Learn more about Homeward Pet’s Spring Cleaning Donation Drive at www.homewardpet.org/events/. 

Pet of the Week - April 3, 2017

  • Written by Homeward Pet Adoption

Teddy2Teddy the Terrier is a spiffy 8-year-old fellow who loves going for adventures and meeting new people. Volunteers say he is making new friends everywhere he goes! Teddy enjoys going on walks with his dog friends and will even romp around with them. Once he’s all tuckered out he will curl up next to his people and snuggle the afternoon away. Teddy is an all-around charmer with an unmatched zest for life that you will fall in love with! Come on down and take Teddy home today!
 
We are located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville and are open for visitors between 12pm and 6pm, Wednesday through Sunday.

See all of our available cats, kittens, dogs and puppies at www.homewardpet.org

On Saturday, April 8, hop on over to Homeward Pet’s 10th annual Easter B’egg Hunt to enjoy a day of frolic and fun! From 11am to 2pm dogs of all shapes and sizes will roam the fields of Camp Charlie’s Private Off-Leash Dog Park in search of dog treat filled eggs! Learn more at www.homewardpet.org/events/.

Pet of the Week - March 27, 2017

  • Written by Submitted by Homeward Pet Adoption Center

POW MagnoliaSweet Magnolia is a gorgeous Siamese with big beautiful blue eyes and a sweet disposition that will warm your heart and home. Magnolia found her way to Homeward Pet when her owner passed away, and now she hopes to find someone who will love her just as much. At 16-years-old, Magnolia wants nothing more than a cozy, comfortable home where she can cuddle up with her people or perch next to a window to watch the world go by. Magnolia is an easy keeper whose lovable personality has made her a staff and volunteer favorite. Make her part of your world today!

We are located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville and are open for visitors between 12pm and 6pm, Wednesday through Sunday. 

See all of our available cats, kittens, dogs and puppies at www.homewardpet.org  

On Saturday, April 8, hop on over to Homeward Pet’s 10th annual Easter B’egg Hunt to enjoy a day of frolic and fun! From 11am to 2pm dogs of all shapes and sizes will roam the fields of Camp Charlie’s Private Off-Leash Dog Park in search of dog treat filled eggs! Learn more at www.homewardpet.org/events/.

Applause - March 27, 2017

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

HONOR ROLL
University of Kansas
Claire Tamar, Kirkland, School of Business
Katherine Englander, Woodinville, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Laura Loyet, Woodinville, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.

COLLEGE ADMISSIONS
Steven Dunn admitted to Cornell College

Fullbright Scholars

Two University of Washington Bothell computer scientists, Michael Stiber and Brent Lagesse, have won Fulbright scholar awards for advanced research in Europe. 

Michael StiberMichael StiberStiber is a professor of computing and software systems (CSS) and associate dean of the School of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM). Lagesse is an assistant professor in CSS.   

Stiber plans a three-month stay this summer at the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague to work with colleagues investigating how brain cells encode information. 

“My collaborators have a great deal of expertise in abstract mathematical models of information representation in neurons,” says Stiber. “I have expertise in building high-performance simulations of neural networks and in analyzing simulation results. We plan to combine these approaches.” 

Brent LagesseBrent LagesseLagesse plans a 4-5 month stay in the spring and summer of 2018 at the University of Cambridge in England to work with one of the leading researchers in the world in crowd sensing, focusing on cybersecurity. Crowd sensing is the technology that generates information from sensors that people mostly carry on their phone: cameras, microphones, GPS, thermometer, etc.  

“Crowd sensing lets us take this information from large numbers of people and better understand the world we live in,” says Lagesse. “The goal of the research I’ll be doing during the Fulbright is to simultaneously prevent bad data from being used to make decisions and to prevent the data that is being collected from being used against the people collecting data.” 

About UW Bothell: UW Bothell provides access to an exceptional University of Washington education to students in a small campus environment that fosters student achievement. Offering more than 55 undergraduate and graduate degrees, options, certificates and concentrations, UW Bothell builds regional partnerships, inspires change, creates knowledge, shares discoveries and prepares students for leadership in the state of Washington and beyond.  

HOCKEY

hockey

Leota 8th grade student, Salvatore Collora, and his team, SnoKing Junior Thunderbirds 14U Team won Washington State 14U Championship with a dramatic 3rd period comeback. Down 4-2 after 2nd period and came back to win 5-4 in overtime over the weekend at Spokane. They also earned a spot at the USA 14U Tier II National Championships in Coral Springs, Florida in early April. We are so proud of the team effort and honor of achieving such an incredible privilege.   Please join us in supporting them and their travels for Florida, April 6th - 10th. 

Pet of the Week - March 20, 2017

  • Written by Submitted by Homeward Pet Adoption Center

Natalie3Are you looking for a fun-loving companion to join you on your next adventure? Then look no further because Natalie is the sidekick for you! Natalie is an adorable and active 2-year-old chow chow/shepherd mix who looks like a giant teddy bear! She would love to find a family who can play all day and provide her with some training! Natalie bonds very quickly with her people and will charm you with her loving gaze and big smile. This lovable lady will make a devoted and loyal companion for one lucky family! Come and meet her today.

We are located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville and are open for visitors between 12pm and 6pm, Wednesday through Sunday.

See all of our available cats, kittens, dogs and puppies at www.homewardpet.org.

On Saturday, April 8, hop on over to Homeward Pet’s 10th annual Easter B’egg Hunt to enjoy a day of frolic and fun! From 11am to 2pm dogs of all shapes and sizes will roam the fields of Camp Charlie’s Private Off-Leash Dog Park in search of dog treat filled eggs! Learn more at www.homewardpet.org/events/.