Northwest NEWS

July 16, 2001

Features

County dedicates Moss Lake Park

*King County Executive Ron Sims joined the community last Friday for the dedication of Moss Lake Park east of Carnation.
  

Sex offender notification meeting to be held

*A meeting to notify the community of the move to Woodinville by a registered sex offender has been set for 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 19, in the Woodinville Council Chamberso.
  

Woodinville Girl reaches for the stars

*Most teen-age girls are busy exploring a number of pursuits from sports to the arts, often taking on several activities at the same time.
  

'Here's looking at you, kid'

*Sunglasses were the order of the day last week for both Lacey McNaughton, 11, a frequent visitor to Duvall, and her friend Paris, a 1-1/2 year old boxer.
  

Woodinville Parks and Rec offers adult recreation opportunities

*If you are looking to relieve a little midweek stress, stop by the city sports fields next to the Woodinville Community Center and play a game of soccer or volleyball.
  

Evergreen launches new massage therapy program

*Evergreen Hospital Medical Center announces the launch of a new massage therapy program for patients and families in Evergreen's Family Maternity Center.
  

Wells Wood Camp Fire group honored

*The Wells Wood Camp Fire group was honored June 7 for their achievement.
  

Child car seat inspections and bicycle helmet fitting in Issaquah on July 20

*Eastside Fire & Rescue is teaming up with King County Emergency Medical Services to provide free child car seat inspections and proper bicycle helmet fitting for children on July 20, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Fred Meyer Store in Issaquah.