Northwest NEWS

November 1, 1999

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Spirit Girls' Basketball Jamboree returns to Woodinville High School

   The 10th annual Spirit Girls' Basketball Jamboree will be held on Saturday, Nov. 13, at Woodinville High School. The jamboree is for teams made up of 6th through 9th grade girls. Cost is $50 per team with a four-game guarantee, or $80 per team with an eight-game guarantee. For information or to ensure a place for your team, call Marty Wick at (425) 486-6868.

Disability screenings

   Free screenings for children and adults suspected of having learning disabilities will be held at Hope Clinic in Bellevue on Saturday, Nov. 6, and Friday, Nov. 12. Screenings for vision, neurological development, counseling, and educational issues will be highlighted. Call (425) 462-7800 for reservations. Hope Clinic is located at 12951 Bellevue-Redmond Road, Suite 195, in Bellevue.

Internet seminar

   Washington State Business & Professional Women sponsor a free seminar, "Why are so many people using the Internet?" The seminar will be on Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. at the Bellevue Regional Library. Discussion will focus on what it takes to get connected, what to do once you are online, including making your first purchase online, and how it can enhance your life. For information, call Anne Alberg at 206-227-2663.

Northshore Kiwanis is selling great fruit for a good cause

   Once again, the Kiwanis Club of Northshore is selling 20-pound boxes of ruby red grapefruit or sweet navel oranges or mixed grapefruit and oranges from Florida's Indian River country. Price is $15 per box, or pay $69 for five boxes. Orders placed before Thanksgiving benefit the services Kiwanis supports in the community. Boxes may be picked up at the Northshore Senior Center on Saturday, Dec. 18, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. For an additional $1.50, boxes can be delivered in the Northshore area. For more information or to place an order, call (425) 488-9553.

Six steps to end homelessness

   Six Steps to Help End Homelessness for Woman and Children will be presented by the Rev. Jean Kim at a program from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 10, at Emmanuel Presbyterian Church, 19540 104th Ave. NE., Bothell. A choir from the Church of Mary Magdalene, a Seattle ministry with homeless women, will sing during the event. Admission is free. Persons attending are asked to bring wool or cotton socks for donation to youth shelters. For more information, call Emmanuel Presbyterian Chuch, 425-486-6388.