Northwest NEWS

November 27, 2000

Features

Safe shopping tips from the Woodinville Police Department

*The holiday season is here. To help you make this busy time of year a pleasant one, the Woodinville Police Department offers some safety tips.
  

POLICE BEAT

*Nov. 13: Police investigated a scene where four tires and wheels had been removed from a Ferrari. Wheels on a Chevy Tahoe at the same scene also appeared to have been disturbed.
  

'Light Up a Life' honors departed loved ones

*Evergreen Hospital Medical Center's annual "Light Up a Life" celebration will be held Wednesday, Dec. 6, from 6 to 7 p.m. in the Evergreen Hospital Medical Center Galleria.
  

Lambert named Child Advocate of the Year

*State Rep. Kathy Lambert, R-Redmond, has received the Child Advocate of the Year Award from the Behavioral Sciences Institute of Washington.
  

College Investment Plan is lasting gift

*Few gifts are more lasting than a college education.
  

Hospital holds Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair

*Evergreen Hospital Medical Center will hold a Holiday ARts & Crafts Fair Nov. 30 through Dec. 1 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  

Verizon adopts family for holidays

*The Woodinville Verizon Phonemart has adopted a family for the holiday season and is asking community members to donate gifts for a five-person family including three young boys, ages 5, 4 and 2.
  

Obituary

*Robert Hill, age 72, passed away Nov. 22. He was preceded in death by his twin brother, Harold.