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Woodinville Spirit program holds tryouts

   The Woodinville Spirit girls select basketball program will be holding tryouts for next year's 8th grade team Mar. 5, 6-8:30 p.m., at W.A. Anderson Gym, 18603 Bothell Way NE, Bothell. Tryouts for next year's 6th and 7th grade teams are Mar. 12 at Anderson and Mar. 14 at Woodinville High School: 6th grade from 6-7:30 p.m., 7th grade from 7:30-9 p.m.
   Spirit plays other select teams throughout the Puget Sound area and is only for girls who will eventually attend Woodinville High School. The program is entering its 8th year as a developmental basketball program for those girls who have an interest in improving their basketball skills to a higher level. Besides a regular schedule, the team will play in a few tournaments each year. If you have any questions, call Bob Morris (788-5885) or Fred Brown (483-5314).

Baseball legends work to save lives

   To help save the life of Michelle Carew, 19-year-old daughter of Baseball Hall of Fame's Rod Carew, who is suffering from a fatal form of leukemia, Dave Henderson and Mike Stanton are sponsoring a marrow donor registration drive Sunday, March 2, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Dave Henderson's Ball Yard, 13414 NE 16th St. in Bellevue. Registrants complete a brief questionnaire and provide a small sample of blood for tissue typing. For directions, call 644-2255. For information, call 292-1897. Click here for bone marrow transplant resources on the Internet.

MS Ski Spree

   The Multiple Sclerosis Society will host the annual MS Ski Spree Mar. 2 at Snoqualmie Pass, with downhill, telemark, snowboard, and cross country events. Call (800) 800-7074.