Northwest NEWS

January 17, 2000

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Annual candy sale begins

   Camp Fire Boys & Girls will launch their annual candy sale on Jan. 28. It will run through Feb. 15. To order directly, call 206-461-8550, visit their website at www.campfirecpsc.org, or send an e-mail to candysale@campfirecpsc.org.

Creative Estate Planning

   "Creative Estate Planning for the 21st Century and Beyond" will be the topic of a free workshop for senior adults, presented for Northshore Senior Center at Brittany Retirement Park in Woodinville on Jan. 19, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. This workshop will focus on practical ideas about how senior can best prepare for the ultimate transfer of their estates, while satisfying their own lifetime objectives. Other topics will include the new changes in estate and gift taxes and how they affect seniors. There will also be a discussion of various types of wills and trusts. This open forum structure allows for your questions to be answered. Reservations are requested to be made by calling (425) 487-2441.

Free admission to exhibits

   Through the "For Kid's Sake" program, Bartell Drugs and KOMO-TV are joining with the Pacific Science Center to offer free admission to the "Butterfly House and Insect Village" through Jan. 30. Bartell Drug stores will have the free coupons for children ages 3 to 13 accompanied by an adult. No purchase is necessary.