Northwest NEWS

June 28, 1999

Valley Special

Around the Valley

Weekly fire drill planned at Girl Scout Camp

   CARNATION--Girl Scouts are well known for always "being prepared" and fire drill practice at summer camp is a necessary safety step for staying prepared. When Camp River Ranch in Carnation is in session from June 27-August 22, local residents may hear a fire siren between 1-3 p.m. every Monday. This emergency procedure prepares girls in case of a fire or other emergency during camp session. The signal is a constant tone running from one to three minutes, different from the local flood signal that has an alternating high-low tone.

Snoqualmie Valley Women's Connection

   The Snoqualmie Valley Women's Connection will meet July 10, from 8:30-11 at Cherry Gardens Community Club. A potluck breakfast will be followed by a brainstorming session on the Annual Women's Festival. New ideas are welcome.

Blues jam

   Sassy Sisters Consignment & Coffee (soon to be Pumps and Grinds Consignment & Coffee) in Duvall is hosting a blues jam on Saturday, July 3 at 7 p.m. Everybody is welcome. Sassy Sisters is located next to Seafirst Bank on Main St. Call 844-4390.

ECEAP accepting enrollments

   Riverview ECEAP in Duvall is accepting applications for fall enrollment. The program serves income-eligible families with preschool age children (4 years old by August 31). The Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program is a state funded comprehensive preschool and family support program. Program features include free preschool for four year olds, parent programs, health and social services. Children enjoy breakfast and lunch at preschool and transportation is provided in most areas. If interested, contact Riverview ECEAP at 425-788-4756.

Kindermusic summer camp

   Kindermusic, a musical summer camp for ages 1-1/2 to 4, and their parent or caregiver, will meet for five weeks on Thursdays from 4-4:45 p.m. beginning July 1. Class fee is $95. This is a musical adventure exploring creatures at the ocean and oceanside activities. Classes include instrument exploration, singing, movement, rhythm instrument playing, finger plays, and literature. Class will be held at Sno-Valley's Duvall Family Center. To register, call Market Street Music at 828-9841.

Ben Jones Memorial Golf Tournament

   The Ben Jones Memorial Golf Tournament will be held Tuesday, July 13 at Mt. Si Golf Course. Entry deadline is July 5. Golfers are encouraged to sign up. For information, call the Sno-Valley Senior Center at 333-4152.

Football registration

   Due to higher than average player interest in junior football this season, the Sno-Valley Junior Football Association has extended its registration to include a senior division team. To qualify for this level, players (girls and boys) must be 12 to 14 years of age with no weight restriction or 15 years of age weighing no more than 125 pounds. As with all Sno-Valley Viking teams, every player will play regardless of his or her ability. The Vikings teams will play games throughout the Eastside. The first practice of the 1999 season will be held on August 16. For further information, call Lyle Diediker at 425-333-6252.

Wilderness Awareness classes

   Wilderness Awareness School in Duvall offers the following summer programs:   For information, call 425-788-1301, or log onto www.NatureOutlet.com for schedules, info, books, tapes, home study courses, and more.

Classes at Valley General Hospital in Monroe

   Infant Massage is being held on Thursday, July 8, from 7-8:30 p.m. Fee $15. Star Sitters, a babysitting class for boys and girls ages 11-14 is set for Saturday, July 10 from 9-3. Fee $25. 55 Alive, a driving class for seniors, will be held on July 12-13 from 9-1. Fee $8. To register for any of these classes, call June Torre or Martha Dankers at 360-794-1411.

Tolt Valley Taekwon Do to relocate

   Tolt Valley Taekwon Do will be moving July 1 to 31563 Entwistle. There will be a grand opening and demonstration at 2 p.m. after the July 4 parade. Call 333-4138.