Northwest NEWS

May 28, 2001

Features

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Evergreen seeks new CEO

*Evergreen Hospital Medical Center's Board of Commissioners will not renew Chief Executive Officer Andrew Fallat's contract when it expires at the end of December.
  

King County opens Cottage Lake pool

*The outdoor swimming pool season is underway at the King County Park System, and Cottage Lake outdoor pool is open now, and will remain open through Labor Day.
  

Police dept. employees receive honor

*BOTHELL - Police Officer John Valentino was chosen "Officer of the Year" and department secretary Cynthia Schuler was selected "Employee of the Year" by for their peers for the year 2000.
  

Blood drives

*Puget Sound Blood Center will hold a blood drive Friday
  

Water District wins award

* Woodinville Water District recently received a first-place award from the Pacific Northwest Section of the American Waterworks Association (PNWS-AWWA) for its 2000 Water Quality Report.
  

Videos feature Northwest history

* Washington state history teaching materials written by Northwest broadcaster Don McCune are now available.
  

The Prescription 10K

* The Prescription 10K to benefit the Cascade Cancer Center at Evergreen Hospital will be held Sunday, June 24.
  

Deadline nears for enrollment in (GET) program

* The deadline is June 30 for those parents or grandparents interested in enrolling their children in Washington's Guaranteed Education Tuition (GET) program at this year's price.