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January 12, 1998

Local News


  The American Chiropractic Association's Council on Neurology recognized Dr. Daniel P. Hanson post doctoral education in neurology Perry M. Monroe of Woodinville recently earned an award for logging 50 hours in the American Quarter Horse Association Horseback Riding Program.
   New members of the King County Agriculture Commission include: Dave Owens, (manager of Carnation Farms) Dick Jones, Thomas Quigley, (owner of Olympic Nursery, Woodinville) Diane Remlinger Hart, (Remlinger Farms) Alan Stanford. Re-appointed members were Janet Baker, Judy Taylor, Sue Larson Kinzer, Ward Roney, Leslie Morishita. Continuing members are Robert Gregson, Christine Curtis, David Knadle, Ralph Vacca.
   On Sept. 30, 1997, Governor Gary Locke presented Master Mary Ann Richards the highest honor possible from the State of Washingtonto one of it's citizens for being the youngest person in the world to attain the title of Master in the Korean Martial Art of Taekwondo.
   Eileen Breseman became U.S. Orienteering Champion in the Women's 35th Division for the second year in a row.
   O.J. Karnes of Bothell received a Special Award of Merit. Karnes served in the Navy and retired in 1970 as a Lieutenant.
   John Brock, Area Sales Director for Drake Beam Morin, Inc. and resident of Woodinville has been named one of the 1998 Board of Directors for the March of Dimes Western Washington Chapter.
   The Association of Washington Business (AWB) presented its 1997 Cornerstone Award to Sen. Jeanine Long (R-Mill Creek) for her 97% pro-business voting record.
   The Association of Washington Business (AWB) presented its 1997 Cornerstone Award to Rep. Dave Schmidt (R-Bothell) for his 100% pro-business voting record.
   Sandra Steffler, City Clerk of the City of Woodinville, has been awarded the prestigious designation of "Certified Municipal Clerk" from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC) for achieving its high educational, experience and service requirements.