June 5, 2000
'Pause For The Pledge of Allegiance'
|The "Pause for the Pledge of Allegiance" is a call for Americans everywhere to join in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance at 7 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time on Flag Day, June 14th.|
Why the holdup?
|That was a rather fascinating front-page article in your May 29th issue, titled "Duvall Considering Evergreen Annexation."|
Medical facility would benefit community
|We represent a group of Duvall residents who are trying to bring a permanent medical facility to our community. Both new and old residents of our city want quality healthcare that is easy to access.|
Food drive was a success for Hopelink
|I am a fifth grader at Wellington Elementary. In the last two weeks, my school has been doing a canned food drive for the Multi-Service Center (Hopelink), which gives food to the needy.|
Action needed for safety of children
|This letter was sent to the City of Woodinville Community Services Coordinator. A request was made to the City last June to replace the warning signs near Woodinville High School, which, to date, have not been replaced.|
The American Legion: this is who we are
|Fellow veterans, you may feel that you have done your share and your work is done. It would be nice if that were true, but there will never be a time when we can just relax.|
Grange appreciates donations
|The Sammamish Valley Grange and the volunteers who are making the sleeping bags for the homeless wish to thank all the people who have been leaving material, jeans, and sheets on the doorstep to the hall.|
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