Northwest NEWS

March 8, 1999

Valley Special

Around the Valley

Teens Acting for Tomorrow looking for new members

   Teens Acting For Tomorrow is an organization for teens who want to get involved with their community. The group is always looking for energetic teens to participate. TAFT meets on the first and third Tuesdays of the month, alternating between Duvall and Carnation. Every first Tuesday is at the Duvall Methodist Church and every third Tuesday is in Carnation at the Tolt Congregational Church. Teens are invited for pizza and to get involved, Tuesday, March 15th at the Tolt Congregational Church at 7 p.m. Call 788-6716 for more information on how to become involved.

Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer tryouts

   Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer tryouts will be held on March 13 and March 14. Tryouts for both boys and girls will consist of drills, small-sided games, and full-field games. Players should arrive 15 minutes prior, dressed in proper soccer attire. Shin-guards are mandatory and must be covered by socks. Players need to bring their own water bottle and their own ball. Call 333-4030 for pre-registration and locations for each age group.

MSA holds Super Spring Raffle

   Purchasers of a $2 ticket in the Multiple Sclerosis Association of King County's Super Spring Raffle will have a chance to win roundtrip airline tickets to areas in the contiguous states and more. Call MSA at (206) 633-2606.

Have breakfast with the mayors

   The public is invited to Breakfast with the Eastside Mayors on Saturday, March 27, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the Lake Washington School District Administration and Resource Center. Call (425) 882-2964 for more information.

Math fun workshop for parents and grades 1-3

   Parents and their first through third grade children will learn how to have a good time with math at a free workshop at the Opstad Elementary School Library on Thursday, March 18, from 6:30-8 pm. Families will play games and get ideas they can use to help their children become better at math and problem-solving. A take-home packet filled with problem-solving tips and exercises, math learning resources, and game instructions will be provided. These workshops are for families with children who love school and for those who need extra help. To sign up, please call Eastside Literacy at 425-558-2459.