Celebrating the season
Woodinville held its annual holiday celebration behind City Hall last week, with Studio I dancers, Leota Junior High carolers, crafts for kids, and the Woodinville Community Band perfroming Christmas songs. Left to right, performing "Me and My Teddy Bear," are 3-year-olds Maya Olsen, Tawnie Pontious, Anna Jentoft, Katie Steele, Sara Ruiz, Emily Armstrong, Janaye Sanders, and Morgan Milner.
Photo by Jeff Switzer/Woodinville Weekly.
Free pass reports
Residents of Bothell, Carnation, Duvall, Mountlake Terrace, and Woodinville can receive free road information about the mountain passes by calling DOT-HIWY (368-4499.) Residents of other communities can call toll-free at 1-888-SNO-INFO (766-4636.) Hearing-impaired callers using TTD can access the reports by calling 1-800-833-6388 and then type for extension (206) 440-4040.
New Grange officers elected
The Sammamish Valley Grange installed their officers for 1997 on Dec. 1. The new officers are: Master, Frank Baker; Overseer, Gino Giovacchini; Lecturer, Evelyn Kammerer; Steward, Leo Adsit; Assistant Steward, Howard Meyers; Lady Assistant Steward, Cheryl Chapin; Chaplain, Zoe Hedwall; Gatekeeper, Dick Westover; Treasurer, Wilma Baker; Secretary, Gladys Meyers; Ceres, Teresa Derosier; Flora, Pat Telquist; Pomona, Helen McMahon; and Executive Committee, Leo Adsit, Maury Compton, and Helen McMahon.