Northwest NEWS

February 21, 2000

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Artwalk planned for trail, parks

ArtwalkThe Woodinville City Council gave Parks & Recreation Director Lane Youngblood approval to use $5,000 toward managing a rotating public art display along the Sammamish River trail, around Wilmot and Woodin Creek Parks.

Bothell Mayor Noblet asks for volunteers

Bothell volunteersMayor Mike Noblet has appealed to people's sense of civic duty, as he and the Bothell City Council try to fill vacancies on various advisory and quasi-judicial boards.

New thrift store in Kenmore

thrift storeThe Society of St. Vincent, Seattle Council, recently opened a new retail store on the Knoll Lumber property located at 7304 NE Bothell Way.

Kenmore's mayor named to Transit Board

Transit BoardThe Metropolitan King County Council's Transportation Committee recently approved and voted for the appointments of Jack Crawford to the Sound Transit Board.

Taking a gander

gooseLast week, while Christi Murphy of Woodinville was enjoying the springlike weather at Cottage Lake Park, she was joined by a friendly goose who made himself (herself?) comfortable. The two enjoyed the sun and blue skies together.