Northwest NEWS

November 15, 1999


More events

Bear Creek holds Scholastic Book Fair

   Bear Creek Elementary School will host a Scholastic Book Fair on Thursday, Nov. 18, from 5 to 8 p.m. This event, which promotes learning while raising funds for the school library, is open not only to Bear Creek families, but the larger community as well. Admission is free. If you have any questions, call the committee chair, Christina Levy, at 788-7666.

Help save the animals

   Hooterville Safehaus will hold a fundraiser on Nov. 20 and 21 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Featured will be wine tasting, food from a variety of restaurants, a Christmas bazaar, and entertainment. The Bothell Cat will be in Christmas costume and is available for pictures with kids for a donation of $2.50 each or $10 for adults at the Courtyard Hall in Country Village. For information, call (425) 806-4685.

Holiday Bazaar at Lockwood

   The 18th annual Lockwood Holiday Bazaar will be held Nov. 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 24118 Lockwood Rd. in Bothell. Handcrafted items, an auction, hot food and beverages, a children's craft table, and holiday music will be featured. For information, call (425) 806-4799.

Chiropractors hold food drive

   The doctors and staff of Kirkland Lakeview Chiropractic at 12628 NE 85th St., Kirkland, announce their annual community patient appreciation and food drive day, Saturday, Nov. 20, when chiropractic services and massage therapy are being offered for a minimum donation of a bag of food or $20 for the Kirkland Multi-Service Center. Food and prizes will also be available. Call 425-889-4703 for appointments, as there is a maximum number of people who can be served that day.

Bible teacher to speak

   Bible teacher Charlie O'Gorman of Kirkland will speak on the development of various translations of the Bible on Nov. 20 from 10:30 a.m. to noon at the Christian Science Reading Room, 10110 Main Street in Bothell. The presentation will feature the King James Version from 1611 to 1979, plus other Bible translations may be used to aid in understanding the spiritual message of the Bible. He will have on hand a 1540 "Geneva" translation of the Bible, the version the Pilgrims brought to the New World on the Mayflower. Refreshments will be served at the talk, which is open to all. Call 425-486-6522 or 425-489-2625.