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Students from Evergreen Academy and Lake Forest Park Montessori® in Seattle donate gifts to local families in need

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

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Students from Evergreen Academy Preschools in Kirkland and Bothell, Evergreen Academy Elementary School in Bothell and Lake Forest Park Montessori donated more than 200 gifts to local nonprofit Childhaven. The schools hosted giving trees, where students and families purchased items listed on selected tags for children in need during the holidays. Kindergarten students from Evergreen Academy Elementary School helped load vehicles for delivery and fifth grade students helped deliver the items to the organization.

Childhaven is a nonprofit organization that provides healing care to abused, neglected and chemically affected babies, toddlers and preschoolers. The organization also works with parents to help them learn how to care for and nurture their children and to manage their behavior positively and consistently.

Roy Robinson Dealership has the Giving Spirit

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The Snohomish County Sheriff Explorers Program received the keys to a 12- passenger Ford van last week.

In a story of an alumnus taking care of the next generation, the Roy Robinson dealership in Marysville donated the van to Explorer Post #207. The owner of the dealership, Gordy Bjorg Jr, was an explorer and later a deputy sheriff in southeast Washington.

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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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