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A reminder to postal customers
Temporary postal supervisor Claudia Sherman reminds drivers that the current traffic signs at the Woodinville Post Office require cars to enter the parking lot off of the Woodinville-Snohomish Road and to exit on the west side.
Campfire teaches babysitting course
Boys and girls in grades 5-7 can learn babysitting skills at Camp Fire's Babysitting Course Feb. 3 and 10, 10-2, at the Eastside Camp Fire office, 16315 NE 87th St., Ste. B-2. Cost is $22. For information or directions, call 885-0477.
Festival accepting applications
Craft applications for the 1996 Marymoor Heritage Festival are now being accepted. Items must be handmade and identified with a traditional craft skill. For information or an application, call 296-2964.
Free program on self-hypnosis
A free Brown Bag Lecture at Edmonds Community College Jan. 31, 12 noon to 12:50 p.m., will teach how self-hypnosis can make changes in beliefs, test anxiety, behaviors, self-esteem, relationships, weight control, health, or addictive behaviors. No registration is required. Call 640-1309 for details.
Health classes at Evergreen
CPR for Kids: Children 11-16 learn how to recognize a heart attack and perform life-saving CPR, Jan. 27, 9 a.m.-12 noon. $15. Sugar for Diabetics: Diabetes educator explains the new thinking about the use of sugar in a diabetic diet, Jan.29, 7-8:30 p.m. $18. Wonderful Ways to Love a Child: Author and family therapist Judy Ford offers tips for resolving family conflicts with love and laughter, Jan. 31, 6:30-8:30 p.m. $10. Register for all classes at 899-3000.
Evergreen support groups
Evergreen Hospital offers a wide variety of support groups including Bosom Buddies, for women with breast cancer; Man to Man, for men with prostate cancer; Living Well and Renewal, for people with cancer and their families and friends; a Children's Support Group, for elementary and junior high children with a significant person in their life with a life-threatening illness of any kind. Call 899-2264 for information on any of these support groups.
Seminar on fathering
"Father Power," a seminar on the power of relationships, will be held at Bellevue Christian School, 1601 98th Ave NE, Bellevue, Monday, Jan. 29 at 7:30 p.m. Jeff Kemp, Executive Director of the Washington Family Council, and Jamie Bohnett of the Northwest Fatherhood Forum will discuss fathering resources and accountability. Subjects will include parental issues of vision, motivation, education, physical affection and knowing your children. The evening seminar is free and the community is welcome.