Northwest NEWS

November 13, 2000



High Holy Days ServicesOct. 25: A female reported someone had pried open the driver's side door of her car and removed CDs and a newly purchased candle.

Tickets for 'Best Christmas Pageant Ever' on sale Nov. 20

Dinner auction benefits RepWoodinville Repertory Theatre (WRT) brings back their holiday production of "Best Christmas Pageant Ever,"

Clinic planned for Future Falcons

High Holy Days ServicesWoodinville High School girls basketball program will offer free skills clinics for girls who live in the WHS area and are in grades 3-6.

Blood drive announced

High Holy Days ServicesSponsored by the Cottage Lake Cluster of Churchs, Woodinville Unitarian Church will hold a blood drive Tuesday, Nov. 21.

Bank collecting toys for tots

Dinner auction benefits RepFrontier Bank in Woodinville is collecting new, unwrapped toys for tots this holiday season.

June C. Stauffache

Harvest Festival at Remlinger FarmsMemorial services will be held for June Stauffacher Saturday, Nov. 18, at 1:30 p.m. at Greene's Funeral Home in Kirkland. Burial will follow at the Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent.

Wilderness School offers 'Seeing Through the Eyes of the Deer'

High Holy Days ServicesJoin the Wilderness Awareness School and learn to move like the deer while tracking and mapping their home and neighboring wildlife.