|4th in historical series out|
|Written by Karin Hopper|
The Woodinville Heritage Society announces the fourth in its DVD series of "Life in Woodinville" is now available for purchase. The "Life in Woodinville" program is a series of video-taped oral histories of Woodinville as seen through the eyes of senior citizens who lived the experiences they share.┬á These histories are on pioneering families and institutions or neighborhoods that influenced the development of Woodinville.
The fourth DVD to be completed is "The Woodinville Methodist Church History."
Every small town around the turn of the century had a little white church which almost always had a nearby cemetery.
Woodinville was no exception. The Woodinville Methodist Church was originally across the street from the Woodinville Cemetery at the corner of NE 175th Street and the Woodinville-Snohomish Road. Founded over 100 years ago, it was one of the cornerstones of the early religious and social life in Woodinville.
Panel members were long-time members of the church and include Ida Mae Brown who was born in Woodinville, Stan Berry who moved here as a young boy and retired Rev. Don Steeb who served as pastor for the church for 21 years in the 70s and 80s.
The DVD is available to be purchased for $7 (or $9 if mailed) by contacting the Woodinville Heritage Society at email@example.com or PO Box 216, Woodinville, WA 98072.
In addition, the DVDs are sold at The Woodinville Weekly Office, located at 13342 NE 175th St., Woodinville. You can stop by and purchase any of the DVDs there.