Northwest NEWS

March 26, 2001

Features

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County offers soccer fields to Bothell

*BOTHELL - King County Executive Ron Sims presented a $2.8 million check to the Bothell City Council last week that will go toward the construction of new soccer fields.
  

And the winner is ...

*The City Council was down to a choice of four names. They had asked the public for input in selecting a name for the Executive Session Room at the new Woodinville City Hall.
  

P-patches available

*P-patch community garden plots are now available at the South 47 Farm, located between Woodinville and Redmond at the corner of NE 124th St. and the Redmond-Woodinville Rd. (Hwy 202).
  

Northshore YMCA exceeds 2001 Partners With Youth goal

*Pledges reported by 235 volunteers on March 7 totaled more than $185,000 for the Northshore YMCA's Partners With Youth Campaign.
  

Vancouver attracts all ages

* Vancouver is a great destination for a family getaway because it's chock full of interesting sights from opportunities to enjoy the beauty of nature to experiencing the excitement of the city's downtown action.
  

Correction:

* The correct Web site for the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency is www.pscleanair. org.
  

Horse owners needed for manure pick-up program

*Given that a single horse can produce nearly 13 tons of manure and bedding waste per year, the reasons to utilize a manure pick-up service pile up pretty quickly.