Northwest NEWS

May 1, 2000

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Lions Clubs hold White Cane Days fundraiser

   Lions Clubs throughout Washington will conduct their annual White Cane Days event on May 5 and 6. The event rallies support and raises funds to conquer and treat sight impairments. Lions Club members in the two-state area will be stationed at shopping malls, street corners, and high-traffic areas, encouraging people to make a donation in exchange for a symbolic white cane pin and information about sight conservation. Since White Cane Days started in 1969, it has raised over $6 million to provide financial support to Lions sight programs, including the Northwest Lions Eye Bank and five Low Vision Clinics that serve needy children and adults with sight impairments. Also benefiting from White Cane support is the Lions Health Screening Unit.

Free art contest for kids

   Arts and Kids announces that $38,000 in prizes and scholarships will be awarded this year in its Annual Art Competition. The deadline for the contest is July 31. The contest is open to everyone 17 years of age and younger, and entry is free. To enter, children may send one original work of art, any style and any medium. All entries must include the child's name, address, and age on the back. Artwork should be sent to: Art and Kids; 3600 Crondall Lane, Suite 101-2111; Owings Mills, MD 21117.

Hollywood Hill to hold clean-up

   Hollywood Hill has scheduled their annual Community Clean-Up for Saturday, May 6, from 9 to 11 a.m. Information and supplies for picking up litter will be available at the Hollywood Hill Saddle Club, 15205 NE 172nd St.

Chinese Cooking at Barnes & Noble

   Cooking instructor and author Eng Tie Ang will cook vegetarian chow mein at Woodinville's Barnes & Noble on Saturday, May 6, from 1 to 2 p.m. Ang has written a series of easy-to-follow cookbooks including her most recent, Delightful Chinese Cooking. For information on this free, open to the public event, call 398-1990.

Health series at library

   Pam Shapiro, ARNP, will offer a two-part series, "Enhancing Health Through the Menopausal Years," on May 11 and June 8 at 7 p.m. at the Woodinville Library. Admission ot the informative sessions is free; light snacks will be served. RSVP by calling 1-800-234-9929, ext. 6047.

Ribbon cutting ceremony at Park

   The City of Bothell Parks & Recreation Department is inviting citizens to the re-opening ribbon cutting ceremony of the remodeled and refurbished Park at Bothell Landing on Friday, May 5, at 5 p.m. Refreshments will be served. The Park is located at 99191 NE 180th, Bothell. For more information, call 425-486-7430.

Pastels, watercolors at FrameWright

   Pastels by Liz Bruno and watercolors by Hung Nguyen are currently on exhibit at FrameWright in Bothell, 18104 102nd Ave. NE, just south of Main St. in Bothell. The exhibit runs through June 6. Call 483-7385 for details.