Northwest NEWS

May 28, 2001

Events

Police Beat

*May 22: Police responded to the report of an auto theft in the 17600 block of Woodinville-Snohomish Road.
  

Teen Auto Show winners

*The annual Teen Auto Show, sponsored by Teen Northshore, Bothell Parks and Rec. and Longs Automotive, was held Saturday, May 21. Winners at the event were:
  

Art market at Country Village

*Country Village in Bothell is sponsoring its first art market.

Country Squire holds grand opening celebration

*Country Squire in Woodinville will celebrate its grand opening June 5-9.
  

Engagement

*Jennifer Wells and Tony Miller have announced their engagement. The couple are planning a Sept. 22 wedding at the Lake Forest Park Presbyterian Church.
  

Obituary

*Lester Rowan passed away peacefully in the morning hours of May 24 at the Evergreen Convalescent Center in Kirkland.
  
  

Bothell Rec. events

*The following classes are available from Bothell Parks and Recreation. Registration forms may be obtained from the Web site at www.ci.bothell.wa.us, or call (425) 486-7430.
  
  

Burns hospitalize Carnation man

*A Carnation man suffered burns over 20 percent of his body last week after gasoline he was pouring into a truck carburetor caught fire.