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17 Area Girl Scouts Recognized for Service Awards

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

On December 19th, a group of dedicated 6th - 9th grade Girl Scouts, from the Woodinville Service Unit #409, gathered for a recognition ceremony their achievement of the Girl Scout Bronze and Silver Awards.  The two awards are part of a series of Girl Scout’s highest awards, with the Girl Scout Gold Award being the ultimate achievement.   The girls who gathered in December had completed their projects as Girl Scout Juniors (4th - 5th grade) and Girl Scout Cadettes (6th - 9th grade). When asked to reflect on their service projects, they said the big projects can be “scary,”  take lots of “perseverance,” but “impacting your community” is ultimately “fun.” 

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Division 9 Flooring has the giving spirit

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

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Each year, the staff and partners of Division 9 Flooring, located in Maltby, collect and donate coats, socks and blankets to The Forgotten Children’s Fund. This year, they raised more than $2,500. (Courtesy Photo)

Kim Loveall Price Joins Together Center Board of Directors

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Together Center is happy to announce the addition of Kim Loveall Price of Woodinville to its Board of Directors. 

“Together Center is a rare community gem. Access to services is so vital,” Loveall Price said. “I want to help preserve and expand Together Center’s mission.”

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Applause - Dec. 19, 2016

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Dean’s List

The following area students were among the 1,575 students who were named to Biola University’s fall 2016 dean’s list. The dean’s list honors those with a grade point average of 3.60 or higher while enrolled in 12 or more credit units and whose cumulative grade point average is at least a 3.20.

Kaylee Dickerboom, from Bothell, WA.
Ashley Moschetti, from Woodinville, WA.
Sarabeth Mullins, from Bothell, WA.
Timothy Ross, from Woodinville, WA.
Ashlyn Vander Wel, from Woodinville, WA.
Biola University is a leading Christ-centered university in Southern California. For more information, visit www.biola.edu.

WHEATON COLLEGE

WHEATON, Il –  Wheaton College student Kayla Roberson of Woodinville, Washington is a member of the 2016-2017 women’s swimming team.

Wheaton College student Audrey Jensen of Woodinville, Washington was a member of the 2016 women’s soccer team.

The Wheaton College women’s soccer team reached the final round of the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Tournament Championship. The team concluded the 2016 season with a 12-8-0 overall record.

Wheaton College sponsors 21 varsity sports, and Thunder teams compete at the NCAA Division III level. The Thunder Athletics program has won five NCAA Division III Championships since 1984, and Wheaton student-athletes have won 31 Division III individual National Championships all-time. For more information, visit athletics.wheaton.edu.

MASTER BUILDERS ASSOCIATION BOARD PRESIDENT

Woodinville native Mike Walsh of Terrene Homes named 2017 board president at Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties
At the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties’ (MBA) annual gala, Mike Walsh of Terrene Homes (terrenehomes.com) was installed as the 2017 MBA Board of Directors’ president. His term begins January 1, 2017.

Mike Walsh, a Woodinville native, has seen significant growth in the region over the years. His career in construction began in 1987 with an Eastside civil contractor.
He eventually progressed from heavy civil construction to residential land development. In 2008, he helped form the team that is today Terrene Homes and has been developing lots and building new residential homes throughout all the major Eastside cities.

Northshore Natural Leaders Program receives Human Services award

  • Written by Northshore School District

BOTHELL—Northshore School District’s Natural Leaders Program, and specifically Natural Leaders themselves, received the 2016 Outstanding Human Services Program award from the North Urban Human Services Alliance (NUHSA) at its annual meeting held Dec. 6 at Shoreline City Hall.

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