Northwest NEWS

March 27, 2000


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Spring Cheer Camp 2000

   Learn how to cheer for Woodinville High School at a camp offered by WHS cheerleaders Saturday, April 8, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The camp, for youth in kindergarten through sixth grade, will be held in the school's gymnasium. Bring a sack lunch; drinks will be provided. Fees are $30 per person if registration is mailed by April 3, or $35 at the door. Registration includes activities, camp t-shirt, and a pom-pom. Cost is only $15 if participants recycle and wear a t-shirt from the fall clinic. Participants will present a performance for family and friends at 1:30 p.m. For information or registration, call (425) 485-4593.

WHS needs scholarship funds

   The Woodinville High School Scholarship Committee is seeking benefactors to contribute to the year 2000 scholarship fund. The committee granted two $500 scholarships last year and is hoping to award even greater amounts to deserving seniors this school year. The awards are based on combined academic grades, essays, community service, and family needs scoring. The WHS scholarship committee wishes to extend its appreciation to the Woodinville businesses and citizens for its continued and past support. Please send contributions to: WHS PTSA, 19819 136th Ave. NE, Woodinville, WA 98072-8789. Contributions are not tax-deductible, as WHS PTSA has a tax-exempt status, not a tax-deductible designation.

IHS students named Presidential Scholars

   Inglemoor seniors Heidi Bazick and Colin Bryant Connolly have been named candidates for the Presidential Scholars Program. They were selected from nearly 2.8 million students expected to graduate this spring. Heidi's parents are Patrick and Gregoria Bazick; Colin's parents are Arlene Bryant and Kevin Connally.


   In last week's announcement of Northshore seniors selected as Washington Scholars, two names were inadvertantly left out. Inglemoor student Irin R. Allen, daughter of Dalton and Lisa Allen, and Woodinville High student Melanie Velo-Simpson, daughter of Anthony and Carolyn Simpson, were also named Washington Scholars.