February 19, 2001
Chamber Music Program begins
|Music Works Northwest, a nonprofit music education organization is beginning a Community Chamber Music Program for amateur musicians of all ages and abilities to play in trios, quartets or quintets, receive weekly coachings and give performances.|
TEST DRIVE 2001 Buick Park Avenue Ultra
|There is no denying that luxury cars are heavenly to drive. The 2001 Buick Park Avenue Ultra is no exception.|
Northshore YMCA kicks off Partners With Youth campaign
|A record crowd of 140 YMCA supporters gathered on Feb. 6 at the Northshore Senior Center to kick off the annual Northshore YMCA Partners With Youth campaign.|
DDES takes code complaints on-line.
|The King County Department of Development and Environmental Services (DDES) announced recently that citizens now can file Code Enforcement complaints on-line.|
Girl Scout Cookies return.
|The Girl Scout cookie sale will be held this year from Feb 23 - March 11.|
Northshore Fire Dept. honors firefighters at awards banquet
|Service awards were presented to Captain Robert McAuliffe for 20 years of service, and Chief Robert Peterson and Fire Prevention Specialist Terri Jones were recognized for five years of service.|
New volunteers for Bothell Fire, E.M.S.
|As of Feb. 1 the City of Bothell Fire and E.M.S. (Emergency Medical Services) welcomed five new members to its volunteer program, bringing the total number of volunteers to 12.|
|Most of the homeowners in the Northwest have candles and use them from time to time. They are frequently used for a light source, and with the latest headlines on the electrical energy crisis their use may become even more popular.|
Early Stage Memory Loss Group
|A new group now forming in the Bothell/Northshore area will give people experiencing symptoms of early stage memory loss a chance to meet others in the same situation.|