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NPACF brings live performing arts for NSD students

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Northshore Performing Arts Center Foundation created a pilot project in 2011 to help bring live performing arts for the students in the Northshore School District.

With school district funding for the arts and transportation drastically cut, it was decided our foundation would bring the arts to the elementary schools at no cost to them as an enrichment project. We have been able to do this due to generous donors in our community who believe in our mission. The Youth Enrichment Program was offered to the schools this year at no cost to them and we expanded to accommodate 10 schools.

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Redmond woman’s Free Store helps Eastside community

  • Written by Briana Gerdeman

Good things are happening in the workshop by Sherrie Shelton-Eddy’s home. The room is filled with clothes, food, housewares and toys, and it’s all free to whoever needs or wants it.

It’s called the Free Store, and Shelton-Eddy has been reaching out to people in need and potential donors through a Facebook page (www.facebook.com/The-Free-Store-1195349027141811). Anyone is welcome to come to her home in Redmond, on Avondale Road, to “shop” at the Free Store.

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Inglemoor High School student accepted to three military academies

  • Written by Jeffrey Rindskopf, Contributing Writer

Between appointments to three United States Service academies, as well as a potential full scholarship to the civilian university of his choice, Ryan Bauman has no shortage of paths to choose from after high school graduation. He does know one thing for certain, however.

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Community support still strong one year after death of Parker Moore

  • Written by Kirsten Abel, Contributing writer

It is only natural for a community’s support for those affected by a tragedy to diminish over time. The memory of the person who passed away can fade as people return to the busy routine of their lives.

This is not what has happened in the case of Parker Moore.

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Bothell Chamber director retires after 11 years

  • Written by Emily Hamann

After 11 years, Lori Cadwell has retired as the executive director of the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce.

Cadwell was director of the Chamber before it even was a chamber, officially. It started as a downtown association and grew from there. Under Cadwell’s leadership, it grew from 20 members to almost 300.

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