Northwest NEWS

May 25, 1998

Features

Around the Valley





   Eat a hot dog-benefit leukemia research
   QFC in Carnation will be holding a hot dog roast and silent auction to benefit the Leukemia Society of America on Saturday, May 30, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be a dunk tank and students from Cedarcrest High will perform. Call 425-333-4156.
  
   Family Learning Network invites new members
   The Family Learning Network, an informal support for unschooling families, is welcoming all homeschoolers and their families to join. Meet other families who are learning at home together, share ideas, make friends and play. Call Deb Baker at 425-333-4181.
  
   Snoqualmie Valley Women's Festival
   The second annual Snoqualmie Valley Women's Festival will be held August 1 at the Cherry Gardens Community Club, 16600 Kelly Road NE in Duvall. It will begin with a potluck breakfast at 9 a.m. and will end at 4 p.m. Introduce yourself at the morning breakfast and display or present your specialty in the afternoon. The festival is open to all women of all ages as it is a time for sharing and networking. For information, call Elanah at 425-788-3430.
  
   Riverview Board meeting change
   The Riverview School District Board of Directors have changed their regularly scheduled meeting of May 26 to Thursday, May 28, at 7 p.m. in the Cedarcrest High School Career Center.
  
   Drum and dance workshop
   West African drum and dance will be taught by Atteh Nettey on May 30, 10-2 at Cherry Gardens Community Club near Duvall. Each class is an hour and a half and costs $15. Call 788-3430 or 333-4974.