January 4, 1999
The Woodinville Rotary Club will meet Jan. 12 at 7 a.m. at Columbia Winery, 14040 NE 145th. Charles Royer, former Seattle mayor and former head of Kennedy School of Business at Harvard University, will speak. He is now the National Program Director with Robert Wood Johnson Health Care Foundation. His topic will be "Health Care for Youth in Urban Areas".
Help prevent child abuse
Eastside Healthy Start Mentor Program needs volunteers to mentor young parents in our community. Volunteers must be 21 years of age and commit 4-6 hours per month for minimum of one year. A training program is scheduled for January 19, 20, and 26. For more information, call Children's Home Society of Washington at 425-895-9813, ext.#184.
'Getting the Best From Your Doctor' at Barnes & Noble
Edmonds physician Richard Jiminez, M.D., co-author of the book Getting the Best From Your Doctor, will speak Thursday, Jan. 7, at 7 p.m. at the Woodinville Barnes & Noble. Dr. Jiminez will guide the audience through the maze of modern health care and give an insider's look at patient/doctor communication, how to obtain excellent care from the test stage to the prognosis, and what you should know about the managed care system.
Guided snowshoe walks available
The Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie is once again offering guided snowshoe walks at Snoqualmie Pass each Sat. and Sun. A donation of $5 to $10 per person is requested to help replace snowshoes as needed. Call 425-434-6111.
A Neuro Linquistic Program Seminar will be held Jan 17 from 1 p.m.-6 p.m. The program, presented by Jo A. Deevey, M.D., 15705 Main St., SC3, Duvall, is designed to build self-esteem. Please call 425-844-8991 or pager 206-470-3184 to register by January 13.
Norwegian language classes begin
Norwegian language classes recently began at the Bothell Sons of Norway Lodge. For additional information, call Ellinor Rahmer at (425) 485-7595.
North Lake Naturopathic and Kenmore Chiropractors will present a lecture series Wednesday nights beginning Jan. 20 at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $5 per person. Space is limited; call to reserve seats at (425) 487-4821 or (425) 486-2844.