May 18, 1998
Approximately 20 local teens competed for cash prizes at the Teen Northshore Auto Show last Saturday in Bothell. The auto show is an annual event that provides teens an opportunity to showcase their cars in competition and learn about car care and auto safety. Other events that were held included the Woodinville High School cheerleaders' car wash, car safety information and a collision rescue demonstration by the Bothell firefighters.
The auto show winners were: Stock domestic car-Joe Grabicki of Bothell with '71 Duster (green); Stock domestic truck-Dave Horton of Woodinville with '84 GMC (white); Stock import car-Justin Schmidt of Bothell with '91 Subaru (red); Custom domestic car-Art Wheatley of Bothell '67 Plymouth (red); Custom domestic truck-Jaimie Pentico of Redmond '73 Ford Courier; Custom import car-Brian Weber of Woodinville '94 Honda Civic; Custom import truck-Staephanie Lemar of Woodinville '85 GMC (lavendar); Antique domestic car-
The auto show was sponosored by the City of Bothell, Long's Automotive, Shoreline Community College, McCorry's, Costco, Subway, Bothell QFC, Snap on Tools, Great Vibrations Car Stereo, Gallo De Oro, Northwest Differential, Bigfoot Bagels, Coca-Cola, Loose Caboose Espresso, Adair Auto Parts, Lake Washington Vo Tech, Little Caesars, Bothell Subway, Rainbow Towing, Advanced Autobody, Mill Creek Goodyear, Sub City, Countryside Donut House, Alexa's Catering and Cafe, Bothell Florist, Evergreen Speedway, Redmond Transmission, Keep it Clean Recycling, Bothell Bike and Ski, Bothell Albertsons, Span America Printwear and Promotions
Teen Northshore is a non-profit organization that addresses youth needs in the community.