Northwest NEWS

November 29, 1999


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Holiday book drive, carolers

   Woodinville Barnes & Noble and the Multi-Service Center will make the holiday season special for needy children in the Northshore area. Participants may select a tag with the name and age of a child, receiving a 10% discount on that purchase. Staff members will deliver the gift to the Multi-Service Center. Also, the Bothell High School Carolers will perform holiday carols at Barnes & Noble on Thursday, Dec. 9, at 7:30 p.m.

Hanukkah party planned

   Congregation Kol Ami invites the community to join them in celebration of Hanukkah on Friday, Dec. 3, at 7 p.m. at Bear Creek United Methodist Church. Bring a menorah if you have one. There is a small fee for non-members. Call 425-702-4804 for details.

Holiday spree for seniors

   It's Seniors' Week this week in downtown Bothell and Country Village. Shops, restaurants, galleries, and services with a gingerbread man in the window will feature special prices and discounts for seniors only.

Giving Trees at Country Village

   The Giving Trees at Country Village are decorated with tags bearing the name and age of a child. Select a tag and buy a gift for that child, returning with the unwrapped gift any time before Dec. 17. The presents are collected and taken to the Northshore Multi-Service Center, where they are displayed along with gift wrap and ribbon. Qualifying parents can then select a gift for their child. The giving trees are located at White House Antique Mall, Village Bistro, Spice of Life, Scrapbook Garden, and Vintage Treasures. For more information, call 425-483-2250.

Volunteers needed

   The American Cancer Society needs volunteers to help plan its 2000 Daffodil Days fundraiser, which takes place in the spring and raises money for cancer research, health education, patient advocacy, and patient services. Volunteers are needed now to work on the event planning committee. Skills needed include public relations, sales, marketing, event planning, recruitment, and project management. Call 425-869-5588, ext. 123, or 1-800-729-5588.