Northwest NEWS

June 7, 1999

Local News

Briefs

Flag Day, June 14

US flag

Photo by Polly Roberts.

   This flag located at Evergreen Hospice was erected and dedicated by the Kirkland Kiwanis in September 1996 as a memorial to Art Roberts.

City looking for volunteers, vendors

   The City of Woodinville is calling vendors and volunteers for its 5th annual Fourth of July Fireworks Show. Professional food and beverage vendors are requested, as well as non-profit groups who wish to fundraise through the selling of pre-packaged food or drink or product sales. Vendor application forms are available at City Hall and must be returned by June 11 by 5 p.m. Volunteers are also invited to help out at this community event. For questions, call 489-2700 (ext. 298 for volunteer opportunities and ext. 292 for vending questions).

Kenmore man dies in fall

   Kenmore resident Peter A. Morse, 55, died early Monday morning from injuries he suffered in a fall at Snoqualmie Pass. Morse fell 200 feet, striking several trees on Kendall Peak, just east of the Pacific Crest Trail. Bad weather prevented the use of a helicopter, forcing King County Search and Rescue teams to carry him three miles to the trailhead. He died enroute to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

Cow, calf sculptures vandalized

   The steel cow and calf on the Woodinville-Redmond Road that have become popular and well-known public art were painted last Saturday night by unknown vandals. "It is a shame that [someone] would vandalize what everyone likes," creator and artist Gary Vig said. "I think the people who made the mess should come and clean it up and restore them to their original condition. But I am concerned that the finish will never be the same." To help, contact Paul Waterman, the owner of the field, at (425) 483-1655.

Bothell museum, schoolhouse to close for summer

   Due to the scheduled construction at the Park at Bothell Landing during the summer months, the Bothell Historical Museum and Schoolhouse will have revised schedules for meetings and openings. The Museum will be closed to the public on Sundays starting June 20 through August 29. The June 14 and August 9 Museum Board meetings will be held at the Museum from 9:30-11:30 a.m. The June 28 meeting ("Fashion: The History of the Bathing Suit") and the August 30 meeting ("Bookmarks and Paperweights") will be held at 10 a.m. at Bothell City Hall, 18305 101st Ave NE. The public is invited to join the group at City Hall. For additional information, call Sue Kienast at 425-488-8408.

AAU tryouts

   Tryouts for eighth grade (next school year) boys interested in playing AAU basketball will be held June 15 and 17. For times and locations, call 895-4601 or 488-9300.