Northwest NEWS

October 16, 2000

Events

Area woman completes journey to raise awareness of AIDS

High Holy Days ServicesIn 1995, Tracy Daugherty's brother, Bret Granato, died of AIDS.
  

Woodinville father, son travel far to fight cancer

Dinner auction benefits RepOn Aug. 26, a group of fourteen enthusiastic baseball fans traveled on a pilgrimage to venerable Fenway Park in Boston.
  

ESL fall classes

Harvest Festival at Remlinger FarmsThere are still openings for English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for adults held at the Woodinville Library on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
  

Alumni invited to homecoming events at WHS

High Holy Days ServicesIn an attempt to hearken back to the real meaning of "Homecoming," the students and ASB Officers at Woodinville High School wish to extend an invitation to all WHS alumni for the upcoming events going on at the home of the Falcons.
  

Obituary

Dinner auction benefits RepKnut was born in Vessigebro, Sweden on Nov. 9, 1922.
  

Community Calendar

Harvest Festival at Remlinger FarmsDaughters of the American Revolutuion.
  

Northshore Senior Activities

Harvest Festival at Remlinger FarmsCandidates Breakfast, Oct. 21, 8-11:30am, Northshore Senior Center.