Northwest NEWS

October 23, 2000

Valley Special

Red Wolves make it two in a row

Clayberg -- CarlsonThe Cedarcrest Red Wolves (3-4) pulled their offense out of their hat and pulled out a 33-21 win over the Patriots of Liberty (0-6) on homecoming night at Howard Miller field.


Clayberg -- CarlsonMartin Bredsten, a resident of Duvall since 1945, passed away Oct. 17 at his home at the age of 89.

Annual academic talent search is accepting new students

Grants for youth activities offeredCARNATION­The aroma of success wafted through the Sno-Valley Senior Center's 2nd annual pie auction, as over 185 pies were auctioned off during the Oct. 14 steak dinner.

Senior pie auction deliciously successful

Clayberg -- CarlsonFriends of Cherry Valley will hold an open meeting at the Cherry Gardens Community Club on Wednesday, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m.

CHS Drill Team officers will perform in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City

Grants for youth activities offeredCedarcrest High School Drill Team officers Shauna Van Tassel, Gwen Kearns and Chante Ackerman will be spending this year's Thanksgiving holiday in New York City.

Valley Business

Clayberg -- Carlson"Choices, the Blessed Little Shop," has opened at 20408 W. Snoqualmie Valley Rd. NE.