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Gov. Inslee, Maj. Gen. Stammer announce job resources for transitioning military service members and their families

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

OLYMPIA – Transitioning military service members and their families, civilian contractors and members of the National Guard now have more robust job search, training, and transition resources on Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM).

Gov. Jay Inslee, Maj. Gen. Mark R. Stammer and Col. Dan Morgan joined state, local and Workforce Development Council leaders from Pierce and Thurston counties in cutting the ribbon to unveil the first fully integrated One Stop American Job Center facility on a military installation in Washington—and one of the first in the nation.

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UW Bothell professors share expertise in informative, entertaining pub talks at McMenamins Anderson School

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The University of Washington Bothell and McMenamins are launching a speaker series in which university faculty and other notables   from   the   community share their expertise through entertaining, informal talks at the Anderson School complex in downtown Bothell.

Learn about interesting topics and issues of the day while enjoying the hospitality of Haynes’ Hall. The talks are free,  open to the public (all ages welcome) and are followed by a Q&A session.

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SCT Students present a night of Shakespeare with The Tempest and Twelfth Night

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1080x1080 Shakespeare MrktSeattle Children’s Theatre Student Shows presents a Shakespeare double feature of The Tempest Qand Twelfth Night from July 27th-29th for ages eight and up in the Charlotte Martin Theater. The productions star local drama students in cast and crew roles working alongside professional SCT staff on the famous comedies with magical storms and shipwrecks.  Featuring The Bard’s most intriguing characters, compelling stories, and beautiful language in two tales of love, magic and adventure. The Tempest is directed by Keni Cohen; Twelfth Night is directed by Don Fleming, SCT Education Director. Featuring local cast member  Marley Goldman as Maria.

$12 tickets are available at www.sct.org/shows or by contacting the SCT Box Office at 206-441-3322.

Jonathan Collin, MD receives honorary degree from NUNM

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Jonathan(Courtesy photo)Woodinville resident Dr. Jonathan Collin, MD, integrative family medicine physician, with   offices  in Port  Townsend   and   Kirkland received an honorary degree from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon on July 1.

The Doctor of Letters honorary degree, Litt. D., recognizes his long-term work providing a forum and journal for physicians involved in integrative and complementary alternative medicine and naturopathic medicine. 

The National University of Naturopathic Medicine, in Oregon, formerly the National College of Naturopathic Medicine, only recently became accredited as a university, and their very first commencement address ever was given by Dr. Collin, shortly before they presented his doctorate. 

Nonprofit credit counseling agency Take Charge America shares tips for teaching children how to manage money

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

PHOENIX – (July 12, 2017) – For good or bad, today’s kids have access to more information than ever before. But even though they can find answers with just a few keystrokes, few know much about managing money.

“Despite the boundless information online, the best way to learn about money is to follow the footsteps of past generations, when people spent less than they earned and saved for big purchases,” said Michael Sullivan, a personal finance consultant with Take Charge America, a national nonprofit credit counseling and debt management counseling agency. “It’s important for parents to instill responsible money  habits so their children can succeed in the future.”
Sullivan offers six tips to help parents teach their kids about finances:

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