Father-son breakfast: a 15-year tradition and how Woodinville is eating it up

  • Written by Kirsten Abel, Features Writer

On Christmas Eve morning, 65 grandfathers, fathers and sons gathered to share breakfast in Woodinville resident Peter Hickey’s barn.

Hickey, a Kirkland Windermere agent, volunteered his space for the event. Woodinville’s Mi Tierra catered. A Chevrolet Nova SS and a sheriff’s patrol car were also on display for photos.

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OP-ED - Help Offered: For a Healthier You

  • Written by By Susan Johnson, Regional Director, US Department of Health and Human Services, Region 10

Many of us see the New Year as an opportunity for a new beginning — a chance to make positive changes in our lives. We might want to break bad habits or make changes to become more healthy, like exercising, healthy eating or meditating.

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4 wine buying tips for weddings

  • Written by BPT

(BPT) – Traditional wedding rules have fallen by the wayside – food trucks are in, having a hashtag is a must, bridesmaids no longer wear the same dress and groomsmen are sometimes in sneakers. Couples are actively seeking ways to differentiate themselves and get creative. All that aside, there is one thing that remains constant – weddings must have wine.

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New Year’s Resolutions: Red Cross says resolve to prepare for disasters in 2017

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

 The New Year is here and many will make resolutions about things they want to do in 2017. The American Red Cross asks everyone to add getting prepared for emergencies to their list of resolutions.

“Households need to plan what they would do if an emergency situation occurred,” said Colin Downey, regional communications director. “All it takes is three easy steps; get a disaster kit ready, develop an emergency plan and be informed about what possible risks you may face where you live.”

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