Northwest NEWS

May 14, 2001

Events

Police Beat

*Police responded to the scene of a one car accident.
  

Update on fire truck-car collision

*The King County Sheriff's Office reports that the accident on May 4 at 12:27 p.m. at Northeast Woodinville-Duvall Road and 212th Avenue Southeast occurred between a fire truck and a 1989 Acura Legend.
  

Volunteer recognition

*All volunteers who have given service to WHS this year are invited to attend the PTSA's Volunteer Recognition Evening

UBCC to meet

*The Upper Bear Creek Community Council meets May 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the Woodinville Water District office, 17238 NE Woodinville-Duvall Rd.
  

Woodinville girl wins regional bake-off contest

*Wowing judges with her original recipe for Coco Scotch Delights, nine year old Keiry Helton of Woodinville won first prize in the Albertson's/Pillsbury Kids' Bake-Off Contest, which took place April 7 at The Museum of History and Industry in Seattle.
  

Witness spring in bloom

*Spring is in full swing at Washington Park Arboretum, Seattle's 230-acre outdoor plant museum.
  
  

Moody Blues schedules additional summer concert

*Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery is proud to announce an additional show to the 2001 Summer Festival On The Green.
  
  

Beloved classics and new productions set for Paramount's 2001-2002 season

*The stage is set for another season of Broadway musicals at The Paramount Theatre.
  
  

McCune-Bourne

*Grace McCune, daughter of Linda and the late Don McCune of Woodinville, was married to Captain Sean Bourne in a garden wedding at the McCune family home on March 21, 2001.
  
  

Causey-Gray

*Cheryl Causey, daughter of Richard and Carolyn Causey of Woodinville, married David Gray, son of Jerry and Herberta Gray of Lacey, Wash., on Feb. 24, 2001, at the Hollywood Schoolhouse in Woodinville.

'Mothers and daughters'

*On Saturday, May 19, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at the Barnes & Noble in Woodinville, 18025 Garden Way NE, June Cotner, bestselling author of "Graces" and "Bedside Prayers," will introduce her new book of poems.
  
  

Molbak's May Events

*May 26, Composting 101. Learn how to turn your yard and food debris into water-saving compost and mulch.
  
  

Northshore Senior Activities

*My Old Friends
  
  

Seniors wanted for Greater Seattle Senior Games

*Hundreds of seniors will run, walk, swing, throw and bowl their way to fitness and fun this summer in the Greater Seattle Senior Games.
  

Get control!

*Author Leonard Mees, MD draws from his 20 years' experience.
  

Obituary: Mildred Arvilla Fillmore

*Mildred (Millie) Fillmore passed away at the age of 78 on April 10, 2001, at Steele Memorial Hospital in Salmon, Idaho.
  

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Community Calendar

*lopcal events in the communtiy
  

Moms clean up Duvall's Taylor Park

*DUVALL - What do a group of moms do when their town park is in shambles and they have to drive to a neighboring town so their kids can play? They clean up their own park! That's exactly what the MOM'S Club of Duvall did on Saturday, April 7.