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An incorrect picture accompanied the Northshore High Tech column last week. This is the photo of ICOS scientist Bryan Jones that was intended to run.
Photo by Gordon Mitchell.
Chamber meets 'After Hours' at Kirshner
Kirshner Trailers will be the host for the Woodinville Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours, July 25, 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Network with fellow chamber members and guests at this monthly business event. Refreshments will be provided. Kirshner's, a twenty-year-old family business, carries a complete line of enclosed utility trailers, car trailers, flatbeds, and more.
Cost is five dollars per person for members and ten dollars for non-members and at the door. Call the Chamber at 481-8300 for reservations and information. Proceeds support chamber programs.
Free job training for low-income women
Low-income women who are at least 22 and living in Snohomish county are eligible to apply for free career training programs in non-traditional fields. Through July 30, available openings will be filled by women who will get career guidance with Operation Improvement counselors before registering in training of their choice. Resume preparation and job search assistance are also part of the comprehensive program. For more information, call 258-2766.
Senior center needs computers
East County Senior Center needs IBM-compatible 386s or 486s with mice, monitors, and keyboards. Anyone willing to donate will receive a tax break. Call 360-794-6459.