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Frontier Bank celebrates Gene Mack's 81st year

   On April 18, the staff of Woodinville's Frontier Bank held a surprise 81st birthday party for Gene Mack. The party was attended by Frontier Bank staff and Gene's wife, Marie. Gene Mack is a long-time resident who was instrumental in the formation of the Fire District.

Letter carrier food drive May 10

   The letter carriers at the Woodinville Post Office will be joining a national effort on May 10 to fight hunger. The community is asked to support food banks by leaving a donation of food in a bag by your mailbox. Your letter carrier will pick it up when your mail is delivered. Last year, more than 11,000 lbs. of food was brought in from Woodinville.

Free legal advice

   Free 15 minute legal help is available at walk-up clinics staffed by Eastside attorneys as part of "Sidewalk Justice Sale" to commemorate Law Day. The clinics are: Tuesday, May 6, 11-3, Bellevue Community College; Wednesday, May 7, 11-3, Lake Washington Technical College, East Building by book store; Friday, May 9, 11-4, Crossroads Shopping Center by main food court; Saturday, May 10, noon to 4, Bellevue Square, 1st floor by the Bon Marche and at the Factoria Square Shopping Center.

Lion's Club Mother's Day Breakfast

   The Woodinville Lion's Club will be hosting their Annual Mother's Day Breakfast free to all mothers and daughters, Sunday, May 11, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. It will be held at the Woodinville Lion's Mt. View Community Center, 19008-168th Ave NE, just south of Leota Jr. High School and north of Mack's Corner. The menu will consist of hot cakes, scrambled eggs, sausages or ham, coffee and juice. Charges for the dads and boys will be $2.50 and $2.00. Call 483-6177 or 483-2693.

Woodinville Farmers Market Celebrates Mothers

   Woodinville Farmers Market will be having special Mother's Day Activities on Saturday, May 10. Children will have the opportunity to make picture frames, with a Polaroid picture of themselves, to give as Mother's Day gifts. The Woodinville Farmers Market will provide all the materials, including the frames, materials to decorate with, and the Polaroid pictures. All mothers that attend the market on May 10 will also receive a free flower, compliments of the Woodinville Farmers Market. The Market features fresh farm produce, flowers, handmade crafts and is open every Saturday, 9-4 through the end of October. For information, call Gretchen Garth at (425) 487-3037.

DAR luncheon

   A potluck luncheon will be held by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Saturday, May 10, 11 a.m. at the home of Donna Hart. The program will feature information and activities of the DAR Junior Membership for ladies ages 18-35 presented by Emmelyn Hart. For information, call 821-7966.

Tolt Pipeline information meetings

   The community is invited to informational meetings regarding the Tolt Pipeline No.2, Phase IV Project, an additional water supply pipeline. It is proposed to be located within the existing Tolt Pipeline No. 1 right-of-way from 130th Ave. NE in Woodinville to the Lake Forest Park Reservoir. The following locations will have an open house from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. and a meeting from 7-8:30 p.m.: Mon., May 12, Kenmore Jr. High Cafeteria, 20323 66th Ave. NE, Bothell; Tues., May 13, Columbia Winery, 14020 NE 145th, Woodinville; Tues., May 20, Church of the Redeemer, 6211 NE 182nd St., Seattle; and Wed., May 21, Ricketts Auditorium, 18315 Bothell Way NE, Bothell. For information, contact Shirely Lukhang, Seattle Public Utilities, at 206-386-9754.


   Learn or refresh your Survival and Outdoor Safety skills before an emergency gives you reason to use them. SOS II is a class that covers food, rope, shelter, and map and compass skills to help you survive a crisis in the wilderness. This is a great opportunity to do something good for yourself which is both useful and enjoyable at the same time. SOS I is not a prerequisite for SOS II. The courses simply cover different material. Class offered Wednesdays, May 14-June 4, 7-9 p.m. To register or for more information, call the City of Redmond Parks and Recreation Department at (425) 556-2300.