Responding to customers coming from as far away as Issaquah to her Everett store, owner Janell Farnsworth opened a second Janell’s Gluten-Free Market in the upper Totem Lake shopping center next to Trader Joe’s a few months ago. While the store sells some of the major gluten-free brands such as Udi’s, Schar, Enjoy Life and Pamela’s, they also feature locally produced products from Flying Apron, Fancy Free and Shambala.
Goodbye March and nine-plus inches of rain! Hello April and forecasts for warmer, sunnier weather! We now have the incentive to tune up our bikes, get out the rollerblades, or buy a new pair of walking shoes and rediscover a true outdoor gem in our region: the Burke-Gilman and Lake Sammamish trails.
The Burke-Gilman Trail runs from Ballard to Bothell. From Bothell to Woodinville, the trail continues as the Lake Sammamish Trail as it winds through Woodinville south along the Sammamish River to Redmond.
More than 60 members of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity from across the country gathered together at Camp Korey on the weekend of March 29 to volunteer their time and efforts helping Camp Korey prepare for spring and summer programs. For two and a half days during less than cooperative weather, the fraternity brothers spent time building, painting, cleaning, and laying gravel, in preparation for the arrival of the children with life-altering medical conditions and their families served by the camp.
For a young woman who had never traveled outside of the United States, the thought of traveling to Guatemala where Maren Talcott would live and volunteer at a Montessori school for three months was daunting.
Talcott, an ’09 WHS alum who graduated from Washington State University in December with a degree in elementary education and a minor in Spanish, fully admits she has lived a sheltered life, free from any major wants or worries. She knew going to Guatemala would be out of her comfort zone.
Students in the Northshore Automotive Technology class at Bothell High check out their work under the hood of the BMW that’s almost done with the conversion from gas to electric. The car will be on display at the Northshore Schools Foundation Luncheon on April 8. (Photo by Shannon Michael)Who knew that STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) curriculum is a component of high school auto shop classes today? Bothell High’s Northshore Automotive Technology instructor Patrick McCue and his students know STEM is a major component of what they do in the class.
His students, as part of the class’s curriculum, began converting a BMW from gas to electric in early 2013. The car will be on display at the Northshore Schools Foundation Luncheon on April 8 at the Lynnwood Convention Center to showcase what Northshore students are learning in this hands-on skills class.