Northwest NEWS

October 9, 2000

Valley Special

Grand opening at new art gallery

Grants for youth activities offeredAnnie McCain, longtime area resident, and her partner Wallace, have recently opened "Three Ravens Gallery" in Duvall.

McManus - Bandy

Clayberg -- CarlsonStacy McManus and Sean Bandy were married August 12 at Faith United Methodist Church in Issaquah.

King County seeks to add acreage to Farmland Preservation Program

Clayberg -- CarlsonKing County is seeking Snoqualmie Valley farmland owners interested in selling the development rights to their land as part of the Farmland Preservation Program.


Grants for youth activities offeredConnie Zimmerman, Duvall's Public Works Capital Project Manager, is coordinating with the mayor and City Council and the work of the architects and engineers, funding, permits, volunteer efforts and contract work.

Children's Services to hold annual meeting

Clayberg -- CarlsonSNOQUALMIE Children's Services of Sno-Valley will hold its annual meeting on Monday, Oct. 16, 7-9 p.m. at Adair's On The Green.

Around the Valley

Clayberg -- CarlsonPublic informational meetings regarding the $4.2 million fire district bond to be on the November ballot will be held by Duvall/King County Fire District 45 on Thursday, Oct. 12, 7 p.m. at the Lake Marcel Station, 10801 313 Ave. NE, Carnation, and Monday, Oct. 16, 7 p.m. at the Lake Margaret/Mtn. View Fire Station, 18005 Mt. View Rd.