Applause - May 29, 2017

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Wealth Management Milestone

Bothell, WA—Olympic Wealth Management recently announced that the firm has now surpassed $87 million in assets under management (AUM) and is rapidly approaching the $90 million mark.

“In just over six years, Olympic has experienced remarkable growth” says firm owner Eric Cumley, CFP®.
Mr. Cumley began his financial services career in the spring of 2000, just as the infamous Tech Wreck engulfed markets worldwide.

Today, those difficult times inform much of the advice Mr. Cumley gives Olympic clients. “In periods of market decline and media pessimism, fear grips the hearts of many investors” he says.

“It’s okay to feel the fear. It’s just never okay to act on that fear.”


Nazareth College
Ian Deveney, Bothell

Emerson College
Sallie Bieterman, Woodinville
Marissa Secreto, Woodinville

Zachary Paulsen, Woodinville

Eastside Catholic Graduate

Woodinville Residents Graduate from Eastside Catholic School, Class of 2017
Tristan Bomben
Carson Holliday
Andrew Charters
Madeline Iem
Alana Elop
Celine O’Connor
Jessica Elop
Caroline Sonnen
Taylor Elop
Andrew Williams
John Gray

Timbercrest Junior High Theater Teacher

After approx 15 years of growing the theater program and producing more than 30 shows with talented students from Woodinville, Tim Haggerman thanked supporters as he prepares to move to the new North Creek High school in the Fall. His last show was Peter and the Stargazers which played on the Leota Jr. High stage on Saturday, May 20.



  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

UW Bioengineering senior Celina Gunnarsson has received the 2017 UW President’s Medal and the Dean’s Medal for Academic Excellence from the College of the Engineering. Celina is a Woodinville resident having attended northshore schools.

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Applause - May 22, 2017

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff


Caleb Andrew Pierce receives Walter E. Hudgins award during Honors Convocation at Wofford College


Carlos Godina was inducted into the Beta Lambda Lambda Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Cascadia College on Tuesday, May 16, 2017.


Belmont University
Chloe Hendrickson, Bothell
Seth Hunt, Woodinville
Karl Kleppe, Bothell
Taryn Sweeney, Woodinville


Univrsity of Florida
Stella Marie Heekin, Woodinville

Applause - May 15, 2017

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff


Marcus Harbol of Bothell, Wash., was among 70 cadets and students named to the list this year.


Marcus Harbol of Bothell, Wash., is among 93 men and women who are now America’s newest military officers serving in the U.S. Army.


Woodinville native Hannah Bouwman to graduate from Whitman College.

Woodinville resident Savannah Shaffer graduates from Azusa Pacific.

Applause - May 8, 2017

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff


Northshore Select Club (NSC) 04 Green won the Division 1 of the Presidents Cup Tournament this past weekend. The tournament win was a wonderful end to a very successful soccer season where the team finished with 38 wins. This was the team’s first year together having been formed late last spring during a tryout process. All of the boys aged 12-13, live and attend school in the Northshore area. The win means the team has earned the right to play in the Region IV tournament to be held in Salt Lake City in June. Over the summer the team will also travel to the Denosti Cup held in San Sebastian, Spain. 
Abagayle Lee Blank  
Julian Cory Doyle 
Cameron Matthew Exelby  
Brittany Keiko Geis 
Caroline Elizabeth Metsker 
Hollis Miller III 
Ashley Rita Terese Sandberg 
Kelsey Joy Sandberg 
Chandler Vincent Stevens  
Nicholas Van Baak 
Lauren Taylor Wolf

NEWMAC Academic All-Conference honors

Xandria Korn was one of 60 WPI spring student-athletes to earn NEWMAC Academic All-Conference honors.
Led by 15 three-time honorees, 60 WPI spring student-athletes across five sports achieved NEWMAC Academic All-Conference status. Women’s Rowing led the conference while Baseball and Women’s Track & Field tied for the top spot on their lists while the track programs boasted 16 selections each.


Salvatore Collora, 8th grader at Leota Junior High, has been nominated by USA Hockey PNAHA at the WA State Evaluation Camp to be one of the nine 2003 birth year players to participate in the 2017 Western Regional 14 Boys High Performance Camp which will be held in Colorado Springs, CO from June 17-22.