Northwest NEWS

October 30, 2000

Local News

Holiday bazaars and gift sales

6Northshore School District's Special Education Parent/Professional Advisory Council (SEPAC) will hold its 20th annual 2000 Woodinville Country Christmas Craft Fair Saturday, Nov. 4, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Woodmoor Elementary School, 12225 NE 160th in Bothell.
  

POLICE BEAT

Around the Clock Construction on the Tolt PipelineOct. 19: For the second time this year, a shed containing nitrous oxide was broken into by prying open the door. This time a canister of gas was stolen from the Woodinville business.
  

Wilma M. Baum

School recipient of Scout projectWilma Baum, 80 of Woodinville, formerly of Hawthorne, Calif. and Giltner, Neb., died Thursday, Oct 12, at her place of residence.
  

Community Calendar

6Seattle Eastside Chapter of the stepfamily, Nov. 15, 7-9pm, Kirkland Public Library: 425-985-3890.
  

1st District State Senator

6Rosemary McAuliffe (D) and Leo Van Hollebeke (R).
  

State Representative Position 1

Around the Clock Construction on the Tolt PipelineAl O'Brien (D) and Eric Marrs (R).
  

State Representative Position 2

School recipient of Scout projectJeanne A. Edwards (D) and Andy Vanderhoff (R).
  

44th District State Representative Position 1

6Dave Schmidt (R) and Kerry J. Watkins (D).
  

State Representative Position 2

Around the Clock Construction on the Tolt PipelineJohn Lovick (D), Jesse Brocksmith (LBT), and Irene Endicott (R).
  

45th District State Representative Position 1

School recipient of Scout projectKathy Lambert (R) incumbent and Jim Gordon (D).
  

State Representative Position 2

6Laura Ruderman (D) incumbent and Toby Nixon (R).