Northwest NEWS

February 19, 2001

Local News

Around the Valley

Employers for teens needed
   Help our teens make some money! This free referral service will help you find a great worker for babysitting, yard work, light office work or various other tasks. Call Angie at Friends of Youth Teen Job Bank for further information, (425) 844-9669, ext. 101.
  
   New enrichment program starting in Duvall
   The Farm School Enrichment Program is open for enrollment for September 2001. Designed for children aged 4 to 6, this one day a week program combines class time with gardening, caring for animals, horseback riding, nature activities and farm life. The program will be taught by a certified teacher, a horse training instructor who has shown nationally for years, and a horseback instructor/homeschool mom of 15 years. Class is limited to 12. If there is interest, a program for older children will become available. Call Julia or Anna at (425) 788-1037 for more information.
  
   Lower Valley Youth Programs meets
   The Lower Valley Youth Programs Advisory Group will meet at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 27, at the Carnation Fire Hall. Please call Casey if you have questions or if you cannot attend, (425) 844-9669, ext. 100.
  
   Business fair
   The Duvall Chamber of Commerce 2001 Business Fair is scheduled for 6:30-8 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 28, at Fit Happens! Studio, 26401 NE Richardson St., Duvall. The community is invited to come and see what the local businesses have to offer. Those who wish to have a table should call the Chamber hotline at (425) 788-8384.
   Pumps & Grinds
   An "anything goes" jam will be the evening's entertainment on Saturday, Feb. 24.