Northwest NEWS

March 15, 1999

Valley Special

Around the Valley

Celtic Fever played to sold-out audience

   "Arts Onstage," Duvall's first theatre series, held its first performance, "Celtic Fever," to a sold-out audience at the Cedarcrest Performing Arts Center. Individual tickets are now on sale for the series' second performance on April 25, "Kaleidoscope," a modern dance company of young artists. Tickets are $7 adults, $5 students and seniors, and children under five are free, ticket required. Tickets are available at Gardens and SunSpaces at 788-9844 or by mailing a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Duvall Arts, P.O. Box 1043, Duvall, WA 98019, or at the box office an hour prior to the performance.

Football boosters to meet

   The Football Booster Club at Cedarcrest has scheduled its next meeting for Wednesday, March 24, at 7:00 p.m. in the Career Center at CHS. Interested persons are invited to attend meetings, and especially the parents of those eighth grade boys and girls interested in participating in the football program next year. The meetings are kept to one hour and the sole purpose is to support Cedarcrest Football. For questions, please call President Randa Rich, 788-6524, Vice President Ken Korshaven, 788-2303, or Secretary/Treasurer Cindy Sage, 788-4461.

Lower Valley Youth Program group meets

   The Lower Valley Youth Program Advisory Group will meet on Thursday, March 18, 3:15 p.m. in the Carnation Fire Hall. Please call Lorry Kaye at 788-6716 if you cannot attend.

Snoqualmie Watershed Forum

   The Snoqualmie Watershed Forum is scheduled to meet on Wednesday, March 17, 7-9:15 p.m. at the Mt. Si Senior Center in North Bend. Included on the agenda are an update on the Endangered Species Act, allocation of King Conservation District funds, and an update on funding source for flooding, fish habitat, and water quality projects. The public is welcome.

Indoor playground coming to Duvall

   An indoor playground program is coming to Duvall. The sponsor, Children's Services of Sno-Valley, is currently seeking volunteers to supervise or serve on a committee. The playground will operate out of Children's Services of Sno-Valley's new Duvall center on Main at Virginia. Equipment is currently being purchased. Donations of good, used play equipment may be accepted. Call 788-7924.

Fall City Elementary selling brick paver tiles

   Fall City Elementary School's Student Leadership Team is selling engraved brick paver tiles (4"X8") for $15 each as part of the school remodel project. Call Judy Dix at 222-6251 for information.

Third Saturday Jam Session

   The third Saturday Jam session welcomes acoustic players of all levels to a session at Sassy Sisters on March 20. A beginning/slow jam will be available from 6-7 p.m., in which American fiddle tunes will be played slowly and one will be taught by Susan Burke. John and Susan Burke, Jeff Thorn, and Emily Keane will host musically from 7-9 p.m. Traditional American and ethnic acoustic musics welcome. Delicious soups and desserts are available at Sassy Sisters, across from the public library on Duvall's Main Street.

Sausage breakfast

   The men of St. Anthony's church in Carnation are putting on their annual smoked sausage breakfast on Sunday, March 21, from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. in the church hall. Along with the smoked sausage, there'll be juice, hash browns, scrambled eggs, rolls, and coffee. Donations only.

Spaghetti dinner and raffle

   The annual Spaghetti Dinner, PTSA raffle, and book fair, sponsored by Scholastic Books, will be held Thursday, March 18, at Fall City Elementary School. The cost will be $5.50 PTSA members, $6.00 non-members, $3.00 seniors and ages 2-12, and $20.00 for families of 5 or more. The dinner includes spaghetti, salad, bread, ice cream, and we do the dishes. The dinner is from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The PTSA raffle starts at 7:00 and raffle tickets can be purchased at the door.