Northwest NEWS

August 6, 2001

Features

Back to school backpack drive

*It's the first day of school and now you're a full-fledged fourth grader. You brought your brand new backpack to class. Inside, you've got a box of twenty-four colored pencils.
  

Woodinville Fire Explorer Scouts take first in national competition

* On June 30, Woodinville Fire District sent two teams of Fire Explorer Scouts to the 2001 National Fire and Emergency Services Exploring Conference at the National Fire Academy in Maryland.
  

My sister, the celebrity

*In Canada, my sister is a celebrity. She has been invited to be the guest of the Butchart Gardens Dining Room in Victoria, British Columbia and I accompanied her on the trip there.
  

BHS 1992 reunion meeting

*The Bothell High School Class of 1992 will hold their first 10 year reunion committee meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 15, at 6 p.m. in the Bothell Library conference room.
  

Repaying a debt of gratitude

*At the age of 34 Jonathon Eide had a dynamic professional life as co-owner of a successful Seattle sales and marketing firm and an equally satisfying personal life.
  

Falcon dancers win at camp

*WHS Falcon Dance Team returned recently from a rigorous dance camp at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma.
  

Free Flowering Dogwood Trees

*Ten free white flowering dogwood trees will be given to each person who joins The National Arbor Day Foundation during August 2001.
  

Area actor, businesswoman pens self-help book for authors

*Most writers write with the desire to become a published author. Once that dream becomes reality, they realize that in order to sell their book, they need to market it themselves through bookstore visits, signings and readings.
  

The 2001 KIA Rio is amazingly affordable.

*Since I test drove this car I have found myself talking about how nice this car is for the money.