Northwest NEWS

January 31, 2000

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Singing valentines available

   Members of the Pacific Sound Chorus of Sweet Adelines International will be delivering Singing Valentines on Monday, February 14th. Women from the 160-member award-winning chorus will surprise lucky recipients all over the greater Seattle area with a song, a flower, and a hand-delivered card. For more information, or to place order, call 1-888-389-1800.

Wells Fargo funds free 'First Thursdays' at Museum of Flight

   The Museum of Flight will offer free admission to the public from 5 to 9 p.m. on the first Thursday evening of every month, starting in February and continuing through January 2001. Wells Fargo has donated $12,000 to the non-profit Museum of Flight to fund this program. The facility is located at 9404 East Marginal Way South, exit 158, just off I-5. The museum features more than 50 of the world's most awe-inspiring aircraft, including the first jet Air Force One, as well as a gift shop and cafe. More information about the Museum's exhibits and programs can be obtained by calling (206) 764-5720.

Tulip Festival needs artists

   The Downtown Business Community of Mount Vernon is looking for artists in all mediums to participate in the 2000 Skagit Valley Tulip Festival Street Fair, April 14th, 15th, and 16th. Call (360) 336-9277 and leave a message.

Camp Fire kicks off annual candy sale

   Camp Fire Boys and Girls are selling almond rocha, mint patties, and almond caramel clusters in the Puget Sound area through Feb. 15. To order directly from Camp Fire, call 206-461-8550, visit the Central Puget Sound Council website at www.campfirecpsc.org, or send e-mail to candysale@campfirecpsc.org.