MAY 5, 1997

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Teen drivers and cars sought for Teen Auto Show

auto show Cars and drivers are sought for The 3rd Annual Teen Northshore Auto Show competition to be held May 17 in the Pop Keeney parking lot of the Northshore School District Headquarters in Bothell.
   Northshore or Lake Washington School District residents, ages 16 to 20 years old, who are the primary driver of the car they enter, are eligible. The vehicle must be street legal (exception is the custom car category) and the entrant must be licensed. The vehicle and driver (or an attendant) must be on the site with the car all day Saturday, May 17 from 9:15 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cars entered will be parked in a group on display throughout the day and judged.
   Entrants pay $5 and select a class in which to compete. Gas coupons for $5 will be awarded at the end of the show to all entrants. All entrants will receive a complimentary box lunch. Registration with cash, check, or money order for $5.00 needs to be in before Wednesday, May 14, 1997 to enter your vehicle in the competition.
   Registration forms are available at Northshore high schools; the Woodinville Weekly, 13342 NE 175th, Woodinville; the Bothell Parks and Recreation office at 18305 101st Ave. NE, Bothell; or by leaving a message at Teen Northshore's Hot Line, 344-6417. Call Carol 483-0606 or Pat at 486-3256, ext. 4358 for more information.
   The show features teen cars in competition, new cars, race cars, antique cars, electric cars, off-road vehicles, specialty vehicles, new auto repair technology, a cheerleaders car wash, swap meet, exhibits on how to take care of your car, a free car maintenance check, and much more.
   There will be a Collision Rescue Demonstration at 1 p.m. put on by Bothell Fire District, Woodinville Fire & Life Safety, Medic One, Bothell Police, and King County Police. They will demonstrate the procedures that occur when two vehicles collide and there are injuries. The "Jaws of Life" will be demonstrated, as well as injury treatment procedures.
   Pat Parkhurst and Randy Long are co-chairs of the event. To donate time, goods, or money to the event, call Carol Edwards at 483-0606.