Northwest NEWS

August 10, 1998

Local News

Northshore Notables

   The Humane Society for Seattle/King County has announced that Bob Bigelow elected to the Board of Directors as Vice-President. Bob is Operations Manager for Safeline Leasing and a resident of Bothell.
   Nick and Kathy Calcagni, of Woodinville, have been approved for membership into a program developed by the American Quarter Horse Association that is designed to bring horse buyers together with reputable American Quarter Horse owners and breeders.
   The Nature Conservancy of Washington's Board of Trustees has appointed Eileen O'Neill Odum of Woodinville as one of the new members for the 1998-2001 term. Eileen serves on the boards of numerous business and social service agencies, including the Commission for Student Learning's Accountability Task Force. Odum is also a former co-chair of the Snohomish County United Way campaign.
   Chateau Ste. Michelle Vice Presidant Bob Betz was awarded the Masters of Wine (MW) degree. He is one of 249 individuals worldwide, and one of 17 Americans to recieve the award since the program was started in 1953.
   Eric Vanderlip, of Bothell, was the first runner-up in the Da Vinci Gourmet Dessert Contest. His creation, 'Pacific Rim Express', won him dinner for two at Palisade.
   Nancy Lee Chone, of Woodinville, donated her quilt 'The Elements: The Rainforest', to an auction held by the Association of Pacific Northwest Quilters.
   The Washington Blues Society has presented the Best of Blues Club Award to Las Brisas Cantina Club of Bothell.