Northwest NEWS

August 6, 2001

School

Art Camp set for Lake Forest Park

*The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council and Meridian Park PTSA are sponsoring August Arts 2001 during the week of Aug. 13-17 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  

LWTC receives funding for expansion

*Lake Washngton Technical College received an allocation of $22.7 million from the Washington state legislature for the construction of new facilities; $15.8 million was allocated for a new high-tech center on the college's main Kirkland Campus, and $6.9 million was allocated for the Redmond Campus site.
  

Tiffany Tagg wins E.A. Mack Humanitarian Award

*Tiffany Tagg, a sixth grader at Bellevue Christian School, Mack Campus last year, has been awarded the E.A. Mack Humanitarian of the Year Award.
  

Leota student is national champ

*Rudy Ruiz, a 14-year-old Leota Junior High School 8th grader, brought home the gold medal from Tampa, Fla., the site of the 2001 U.S. Junior Olympic Taekwondo Championships.
  

Monroe grad plans science career

*Janice Annabelle Kyan, 19, a 2001 Monroe High School grad, is planning a career in the science field.