FEBRUARY 3, 1997
More home & garden
If you enjoy dining out but want to stick to your low-fat, low-sodium, or special diet, the American Heart Association's new Seattle Dining Guide will help you choose restaurants that offer healthy choices. The new Dining Guide profiles more than 100 Seattle-area restaurants and identifies those which offer low-fat and low-sodium items, margarine, broiled/baked/steamed items, vegetarian dishes, and small size portions. The guide also lists whether the restaurant will prepare special dietary requests, is smoke-free, accepts reservations and/or personal checks, and offers a senior discount. Call 1-800-562-6718.
Camp Fire candy sale
Neighborhood Camp Fire kids have begun selling candy to support programs for youth and families. The annual sale runs through Feb. 19. This is the only time of year people can buy the exclusive Camp Fire mints and almond caramel clusters and almond roca. Over 200 boys and girls throughout Woodinville, Redmond, and East King County will be selling door to door and outside Safeway and QFC stores, Seafirst banks, and other locations. To order candy, call 1-800-451-CAMP.
Healthy open house
Free blood pressure screenings, healthy snacks, and information about healthy lifestyles will be addressed Feb. 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Evergreen Hospital. Call 899-3770.
Buy daffodils and help the American Cancer Society fight cancer. A $10 order will get you a bunch of cheerful flowers in a vase and provide funds for area research, education, advocacy, and patient service programs. Call 869-5588 or 1-800-729-5588, ext. 133.
For information on making or receiving recordings for the blind and dyslexic, call the National Education Library Service at 1-800-803-7201 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays.