Northwest NEWS

November 20, 2000

Features

Rudy Calzada, mainstay of Woodinville Community Band, celebrates 80th birthday

POLICE BEATOne of the mainstays of the Woodinville Community Band has been trumpet player Rudy Calzada who celebrated his 80th birthday Oct. 12. Rarely missing a rehearsal with the band, Calzada is known for his enthusiasm and love of life.
  

Evergreen needs volunteers for Trauma Intervention Program

Grow operation discovered in Canyon Park homeEvergreen Healthcare and local fire and emergency service providers from Redmond to Shoreline have partnered to launch a new Trauma Intervention Program (TIP).
  

Watertenders angered by paving at Daniels Creek Park

Internet winner values making a difference"I am deeply saddened by what I see happening at Daniel's Creek Park," said Terry Lavender, a member of Watertenders who has spent countless hours as an Adopt-A-Park volunteer since 1993.
  

Interfaith Thanksgiving Service

POLICE BEATCommunity members are invited to give thanks at the 7th annual Community Interfaith Service of Thanksgiving on Nov. 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the Northshore United Church of Christ, 18900 168th Ave. The church is just north of Mack's Corner.
  

Pacific Northwest Ballet presents 'Encore'

Grow operation discovered in Canyon Park homePacific Northwest Ballet's recent program, "Encore," is a repertoire of interesting works ranging from Balanchine's elegant "Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux" and his darker, more stylized "La Valse" to co-artistic director Kent Stowell's jazzy and light "Dumbarton Oaks" to finally, William Forsythe's "In the middle, somewhat elevated," an aggressive and explosive number that pulsates with energy.
  

Charles B. Yager

Internet winner values making a differenceA family memorial service for Charles B. Yager, age 72 of Woodinville, was held Wednesday Nov. 15, at Evergreen Hospice. Mr. Yager died on Nov. 13 at Evergreen Hospital.