November 6, 2000
Applause for some trick-or-treaters
|On Halloween the kids started knocking on my door around 5:45 p.m.|
Neighbors unhappy with tower site
|On. Oct. 31, I attended my child's school for Halloween festivities.|
Stuck car blocked school buses, parents
|A big thank you to all who provided the 186 pies we sold at the second annual pie auction at the Sno Valley Senior Center this past Saturday night.|
The design of the bridge is beautiful
|The long awaited opening of the 124th Street bridge has finally come to the Duvall valley.|
Article is helping children in Mexico
|At the time you issued the Woodinville Weekly vol. 24 No. 52 October 9, 2000, I was driving from the Maximum Security Prison in Monroe, where I just preached to the inmates, across the land heading to Enumclaw, when I stopped by this nice town and saw my own picture in the newspaper.|
Casper needs your help
|One of the things that I have always enjoyed during the ten years I have been reading the Woodinville Weekly is the human interest stories.|
|The news recently is rife with the stories about the signing of the Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention and Treatment Act.|
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