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Club meets

   The Harvard Business School Club of Puget Sound will present "An Evening at Silver Lake Winery: Consumer Ownership and Wine Excellence," Dec. 11, 6-8 p.m. Call 448-9330.

Recognition

   Helen Marshall of Woodinville was awarded a Margin of Excellence Award by the Bellevue Community College Foundation. She works as a program coordinator at the school.
   Bob Milton, owner of PostNet Postal and Business Services of Woodinville, announced that the PostNet franchise network has been ranked fifth among the best franchise businesses in America.
   Quality Imaging is a new business in Woodinville, offering a full line of personalized photo imaging products including photo mugs, mouse pads, photo buttons, and photo keytags. The company also offers delivery service. Call 788-6241.
   Red Ball Van & Storage of Washington, located in Woodinville, was a recipient of the company's 1996 Agent Awards in the categories of total sales, COD sales, and 10 years of service.
   Bothell residents Bruce and Diana Bissell have opened Birds Northwest at Country Village. The new shop features a wide variety of birds and supplies. A free veterinary health exam is available with every bird sold. Call 481-6964.
   Joseph V. Condon, Jr., M.D. has joined Evergreen Cardiology Care Center with locations in Redmond, Kirkland, and Woodinville.
   Woodinville resident Mark Glass has joined W.G. Clark Construction as a project manager and construction management specialist.
   Debbie Farrell of Bothell has joined Windermere Real Estate as a sales associate.
   Fitz Auto Parts, Inc. was one of 17 auto recycling facilities to be recertified and inducted into the Automotive Recyclers Association's Annual Convention & Exposition in Denver, Colorado.
   Interior designers taking part in the annual holiday table top display at the Seattle Design Center includes Lynne Westbrook of Woodinville.
   Bronk's Knifeworks & Gift Gallery has opened at Country Village in Bothell. Owner C. Lyle Brunckhorst specializes in knives made from materials such as railroad spikes and motorcycle chains.