Northwest NEWS

April 2, 2001



Grange still making sleeping bags for homeless

Grange ladies and volunteers take a break for lunch at the hall where they meet every Tuesday morning to work on sleeping bags for the homeless.
   They delivered 27 last November and hope to better that amount this year.
   They are also making caps and mittens with fleece to go with the bags. Donations of old jeans, sheets, quilts are always welcome. Visitors are also welcome to drop by and see what they are doing.
   The Grange recently had a new hardwood floor installed, as well as a new outdoor sign in compliance with city of Woodinville codes.
   Shrubbery will be planted in the raised barricade to discourage cars from doing spin-arounds in their front parking area.