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Applause: Week of 12/21/15

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

MASTER'S DEGREE

Ivan Leander, a 2008 graduate of Woodinville High School, completed his master’s degree in sports management at the University of The Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas. His 3.5 grade point average placed him on the dean’s list. Ivan was also a graduate assistant football coach at the Division 1 school.

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Applause: Week of 12/14/15

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Stormwater Project

The Greenroads Foundation announced this week that Phase One of the city of Bothell’s $25 million Multiway Boulevard project has earned a Greenroads Bronze Rating.

The two-phase project provides access and mobility, walkability, parking and new space for local business in the heart of downtown Bothell.

The project also ties the new development west of Bothell Way NE with the historic downtown, serving as a key element of Bothell’s downtown redevelopment plan.

Applause: Week of 12/07/15

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Wine Awards

Brian Carter Cellars, Washington’s 2015 Winery of the Year, keeps bringing home the gold. In addition to four “Best-of-Shows” received over the last two years and a record number of 2015 BIG wins, the latest recognition by this consistent producer of exceptional wines is a quintet of medals honoring the 2011 Byzance:
2015 Seattle Wine Award Double Gold
2015 Tri-Cities Wine Festival Best-in-Show and Double Gold
2015 National Jefferson Cup (Opulento garnered a second Jefferson Cup; the only Washington state wins)
2015 Pacific Rim Competition Gold
2015 Northwest Wine Summit Gold

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Applause: Week of 11/30/15

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

On Nov. 23, the Woodinville High School Improv Team, “Literally an Octopus,” won the Unexpected Productions Hogan Cup. This is the first time WHS has won since 2005.

WHS’s Improv Team finished first in the “regular season,” and with the highest average score went on to compete at the Market Theater in Seattle, against Bothell, Inglemoor and Holy Names.

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Applause: Week of 11/23/15

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This summer Woodinville resident Jonathan Mark Roundhill of Troop 573 achieved Eagle Scout rank, the Boy Scouts of America’s highest honor, after completing the extensive requirements and a community service project. The beneficiary of the project was Woodin Elementary, whose inner recess courtyard had been in need of renewal and renovation for several years.

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