Northwest NEWS

April 5, 1999

Features

Notables

   The Grumbacher Medallion Art Award for Outstanding Achievement was presented to Woodinville resident Kay Barnes, for her watercolor painting entitled West Porch Up Close.

   The employees of the Woodinville TOP Food & Drug stores completed a campaign to raise funds for United Way. Over $7,832.00 was raised for the charity during the month-long drive.

   Precor, Inc., was one of 17 King County worksites named a "Diamond Award" winner for its program, Compressed Workweeks.

   Steven Cramer, of Woodinville's Molbak's, Inc., received lifetime certification status by the Washington State Nursery and Landscape Association.

   Robert Green was named provisional member of World Inspection Network of Woodinville by the National Association of Home Inspectors.

   John Bautsch has been named Vice President for Student Success at Bothell's Cascadia Community College.

   Brittany Park retirement community received numerous awards during Leisure Care's 15th annual leadership conference, including Outstanding Census Achievement award for maintaining an average occupancy of 95% throughout the year.

   Dennis Kerber of Kenmore has been elected to the 1999 Western Golf Association's Board of Directors.

   J. Walker Dodson, a student at Pratt Fine Arts Center, has been awarded a second place in a National Students Art Exhibition.

   Emma Bezy has been hired as the new Chair of Bastyr University's Department of Spirituality, Health, and Medicine.