Northwest NEWS

February 12, 2001

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Fire District 27 seeks volunteers
   King County Fire District 27 in Fall City is looking for men and women who would like to volunteer for the Fire Department, which provides fire supression, emergency rescue and medical services. Applicants must live in the district, be 18 years of age and have a strong desire to help people in the community. Call (425) 222-5841 or visit the Fall City Fire Station.
  
   Evergreen Healthcare representatives needed
   Evergreen Healthcare is seeking two representatives from the Duvall community to sit on an advisory group on health care issues. Those interested should call Linda Carroll at (425) 899-2022 for an information packet.
  
   Railroad history video to be shown
   Valley residents no longer hear the sound of train whistles, but in an earlier time they would have heard them throughout the day and night. People today interested in "Life Along the Tracks: The Milwaukee Railroad in the Snoqualmie Valley" will want to come to Duvall's Holy Innocents Church at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 18, to see this new video. Valley historian Allen Miller, who appears in the video and provided advice on its production, will share his thoughts. The free event, to which everyone is invited, is sponsored by the Duvall Historical Society.
  
   Pumps & Grinds
   Born and raised in the countryside of the Northwest, Brooke Pennock's earlier venues were primarily bonfires and picnics, but over the last seven years she's been playing in local coffee shops, bakeries, bookstores and ale houses. Her unique blend of soul and folk, performed with soft yet striking vocals and simple acoustic guitar is the perfect accompaniment to a cup of java, a lovely pastry, or a dinner special. Pennock will be performing at Pumps and Grinds starting at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 16. Open Mike Night is Saturday. Sign-in begins at 7:15. Pumps & Grinds Coffeehouse is located at 15614 Main St. NE, Duvall (next to Bank of America). Call 844-2766 for information.
  
   Medicinal herb class
   A medicinal herb class taught by Arthur Lee is scheduled to start in February at Alexandra's River Inn Snoqualmie Valley near Carnation. The class is open to everyone interested in the wild plants growing around them and their useful potentials. Lee has researched the medicinal works of traditional doctors and has written an easy-to-use herbal book (included in class fee). The intensive six-week beginning class, on Mondays and Tuesdays, begins Feb. 19 and 20, 6-8:30 p.m. Cost is $144. An advanced 10-week class on Wednesday and Thursday evenings begins Feb. 21 and 22. Cost is $240. Students will be asked to volunteer a few hours of work at the Inn's sanctuary. Contact Arthur Lee directly at (360) 261-5722 or call the inn at (425) 333-6000.
  
   Special Valentine's Day Lunch
   Bring yourself and a friend to a Special Valentine's Day Lunch. Chicken breast Marsala, baked potato, steamed broccoli, whole wheat roll, strawberry sweetheart cake and gourmet coffee will be served at noon Thursday, Feb. 15. The center is located at 4610 Stephens Ave., Carnation. Suggested donation of $3 if age 60-plus, or $5.75 if under age 60. Call (425) 333-4152 or come by.