Northwest NEWS

March 26, 2001

Events

Police Beat

*March 19: At 12:53 a.m., a resident in the 13300 block of northeast 171st St. was awakened by the sound of voices in the parking lot below.
  

Spectacular tulips and Cascadia's Spectacular Events tour

*Tulips in brilliant colors or in soft pastels, some flamboyantly striped, are preparing to blast on the scene in the Skagit Valley next month.
  

Celebrate Woodinville

*Community groups and organizations are encouraged to participate in the annual All Fool's Children's Activity & Resource Fair to be held from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 31, in the upper level of Woodinville Town Center (near QFC).

Rock and gem sale

*A rock and gem sale will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on March 30-31
  

Mellinger - Bautista

*Kelly Mellinger and Ray Bautista Jr. were married Oct. 7, 2000, at the Victorian Manor in Snohomish.
  

Goodwin elected to post

*At the annual meeting of the Water and Sewer Risk Management Pool, Woodinville Water District Commissioner Ken Goodwin was elected to serve as President of the Pool.
  
  

Fern I. Dorman

*Fern I. Dorman, of Snohomish, formerly of Issaquah, died on March 20 at the home of her daughter in Snohomish.
   Mrs. Dorman was born on Jan. 6, 1908, in Holyoke, Colo., the daughter of George and Bessie Eddy.
  
  

Community Calendar

*local upcoming events in the area.
  
  

King County Wastemobile to visit Bear Creek

* Don't dump toxic, hazardous products down the drain or in the garbage. Bring them to the King County Hazardous Wastemobile at the Bear Creek Park & Ride from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on March 30 - April 1 and April 6-8.
  
  

Duvall Civic Club seeks plant donations

*The Duvall Civic Club is looking for plant donations for their May 12 plant sale. This is the 31st year for the sale - an annual fund-raiser where 100 percent of the profit goes back into the community in the form of library programs, scholarships, and various outreach services.
  
  

Get your car washed and help a student ambassador

*CARNATION - Joshuah Lisk, a 7th grader at Tolt Middle School, has been accepted into the national People to People Program.
  
  

Local youngsters win in Taekwon Do competition

*junior students from the Traditional Taekwon Do College of Duvall competed at the 2001 Bailey's Traditional Taekwon Do College Kids Tournament in Edmonds on March 10.