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Hosts Sought for Holiday Donation Drive for Youth in Foster Care

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Bring joy to children and youth in foster care this holiday season by hosting a donation drive through Treehouse. The nonprofit makes the holidays brighter for thousands of youth in care statewide, and local community support is absolutely critical.
 
“We’ll provide the proper materials and guidance for a successful drive that gets everyone in the holiday spirit,” said Dana Petrarca, Community Engagement Officer at Treehouse. “It’s easy, fun and has such an impact on our most vulnerable youth.”
 
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Woodinville Visitor Center is Open for Locals and Visitors

  • Written by Lisa Purdy
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It’s holiday time.  For many Woodinville families, that means hosting out-of-town guests and trying to find lots of activities for them to do.  Whether trying to plan something for the kiddos or attempting to make reservations at a popular restaurant, planning for guests is challenging.   It also adds to more stress during the holidays – a time when everyone feels overwhelmed.
 
The Woodinville Visitor Center wants everyone to know that there is so much to do right here in Woodinville.  Whether your guests are nature lovers, foodies or history buffs, Woodinville offers so much to see and do.  And the Visitor Center can help.
 
They also have uniquely Woodinville gifts; yet another way to ease holiday stress.
 
Experience the Woodinville Visitor Center for yourself at 14700 148th Ave NE in the heart of Woodinville’s Hollywood District, next to the Sammamish Valley Grange.  They are open daily from 11:00 A.M. until 3:00 P.M.

King and Snohomish Counties Voting Info

  • Written by David B. Clark
The August 7 Primary features both state and local races. The Primary will thin the field of candidates to the top two individuals who received the most votes in each race for the General Election. In addition, several local fire districts will have emergency medical services levies on the ballot for Snohomish County.
 
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2018 USA Games Opening Ceremony + Choir

  • Written by Karin Hopper
Students from Kenmore Middle School joined their teacher, Linda Hamilton, at the opening ceremony for the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games as members of the event choir. The opening ceremony was held at Husky Stadium Sunday, July 1, 2018. Citizens were invited to help create a 2,018 member public choir led by choral director Rafe Wadleigh. The group sang three songs including back-up for Allen Stone and his new single "Warriors."
 
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Win some, lose some

  • Written by Gary Bamesberger
Falcons drop game to Eastlake 9 to 3 on March 15
 
The Eastlake Wolves started the season ranked #2 in the state, giving up the one spot to their next-door neighbors, Skyline. Sitting at #3 in the pre-season rankings, Woodinville was right behind. If you throw in the 3A Kingco teams including Mercer Island and Bellevue, the Kingco conference is the powerhouse in Washington State Lacrosse. So the first meeting of the year between division rivals was going to be a rough one and full of importance for playoff spots later in the year.
 
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