Northwest NEWS

May 29, 2000

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Classes offered by Camp Fire

   First and second graders can learn to be good friends on June 13 and 15 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Youth in grades 5-7 can learn to be responsible babysitters in a class on June 17 and 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Both classes will be held at the Camp Fire office, 16315 NE 87th St., #B2, in Redmond. Call (206) 461-8550.

Donations needed for auction

   Gymnastics East gymnasts are raising money for exhibitions and traveling expenses by holding a silent auction the week of June 12-16. Gymnastic exhibitions will also be held that week. Local businesses who wish to make donations are asked to call Kim Fleming or Tracy Fjellanger at 486-8836.

Kid model search

   Boys and girls, ages 5-12, are invited to participate in The Bon Marche's Annual Kids Fall Fashion Show. Applications must be turned in by June 30th. For more information, call (206) 506-4FUN.

Get the Scoop on Cool Careers

   A free workshop for kids will feature working women guest speakers, interactive displays about cool jobs, and ice cream at Shoreline Community College, Building 900-PUB, Thursday, June 1, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The college is located 16101 Greenwood Avenue N. Children can help a scientist spool DNA, talk with a veterinarian, get their "passport" stamped at each stop, and take home information on how to prepare to land the job of their dreams. Presented by Congressman Jay Inslee, local women, including the Washington State Patrol Chief, will discuss their jobs in education, high-tech, arts, medical, and more.

Single parent households

   Northshore YMCA will offer a class on managing the single parent household on Thursday, June 8, from 6 to 8 p.m. Fee is $5 per class. Childcare is $2 per child. Register by May 30. Call 485-9797.

Healthy relationships seminar

   Washington Family Council and SHARE will host a comprehensive seminar, "The Keys to Healthy Relationships," June 2-3 at Canyon Hills Community Church in Bothell. Early registration ends at noon on June 2. Cost is $25 for individual early registration; $35 for couple early registration; $32 for walk-in individuals, and $42 for walk-in couples. For information, call Steve Thomas at (425) 637-5959, ext. 129.

Students' video featured at church

   A video, The Arts and Social Consciousness, made by the religious education students of Woodinville Unitarian Universalist Church, will be featured on Sunday, June 4th, at 5 p.m. during the regularly scheduled service held at 18900 168th Ave. NE. Students will lead the program and sing the songs they have written, which describe how artists have applied their talents to call attention to the injustices present in their society. This is a family-oriented service and the community is invited to attend. Following the service, the church will host a "Fun Raiser," which will include a dinner, a cakewalk, and a raffle. Dinner tickets will be $3.50 per adult and $2.50 per child.