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   The cost of the Washington Toxics Coalition Fact Sheet was incorrectly listed in last week's paper. The correct price is $1.50. For more information, call 632-1545.

Day Center 'Wish List'

   The Woodinville Adult Day Center, located in the Cottage Lake Presbyterian Church, is in need of the following items: a slide projector, hair dryer, cash donations for crafts, and TV trays. Call 788-5223 for more information or if you can help.

Volunteer to help area teens

   Become a volunteer with Project Smart Turn and help redirect the lives of children and teens impacted by emotional problems, anger, stress, abuse, homelessness, and chemical dependency. Excellent training and guidance provided. Orientation set for May 31 and June 1. Contact Donna Belin at 205-7006.

Alpaca shearing, wool spinning

   The three alpacas at Cougar Mountain Zoo are scheduled to be sheared on May 25, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. At the same time, a spinner will be working their wool into yarn. Visitors will have an opportunity to see how wool is made into yarn. Admission is general zoo fees. For more information, please call 392-6278.

Evergreen hosts community health classes

   Evergreen Hospital Medical Center will offer several classes this spring. Among them are "Cancer: What You Can Do;" Low-Impact Aerobics; Tai Chi Chih; Herbal Bread, Spreads & Pastas; The Bandaid Club; and Infant and Child CPR classes. For more information on times, costs, and dates, call 899-3000.