Northwest NEWS

July 3, 2000

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Woodinville dentist brings smiles to children

   The Smiles for Life Foundation announced recently that Dr. Michael Koczarski of Woodinville has raised over $10,000 for the Foundation's recent charity campaign. Koczarski and other Crown Council-affiliated dentists donated the cost of teeth whitening procedures, raising a total of $3,500,000 nationwide. The Smiles for Life Foundation raises money for children's charities, and has raised over $8,000,000 during the past three years. For futher information, contact Dr. Koczarski at (425) 489-2200, or Christopher Wilson at (206) 282-6858.

Summer camps

   For information on Woodinville Parks & Recreation summer camps, call 398-3927, or check the website at www.woodinville-city.com. Camps include soccer, teen and adult volleyball, art and sport camps.

'What Tree is That?'

   "What Tree Is That?," a pocket guide for identifying trees, is available free-of-charge. To obtain your free tree ID guide, send your name and address to "What Tree Is That?," The National Arbor Day Foundation, Nebraska City, NE 68410.

American Youth Hostels brochure

   Hostelling International-American Youth Hostels (HI-AYH) has the new 2000 edition of its free color brochure, which lists all 134 of its hostels in the USA and locates them on a map. Each hostel listing contains the address, telephone number, and open dates (some hostels are seasonal). Call, fax, e-mail. Telephone: 206-783-6161. Fax: 202-783-6171. E-mail: hiayhserv@hiayh.org. Website: www.hiayh.org.