Northwest NEWS

September 17, 2001

Local News

Moments of remembrance

*Woodinville - In response to the governor's invitation to all communities statewide to hold their own gatherings and unite the state of Washington in tribute to America
  

Harvest Festival

*Woodinville's Red Barn Countryinn will hold its Harvest Home Festival
  

Local citizens gather in response to attacks

*WOODINVILLE - Leaving their television sets to gather in community, 100 local residents joined together in Woodinville on the evening of Sept. 11 for a quickly arranged, multi-denominational church service at the Northshore United Church of Christ.
  

Kiwanis offers to raise Old Glory

*Woodinville - Businesses wishing to enroll in the Woodinville Kiwanis flag project, where members put flags up the morning of a national holiday and remove them at dusk, seven holidays a year
  

Woodinville blood drive

*Large numbers were expected at the regular, quarterly blood drive in Woodinville on Tuesday, Sept. 18, sponsored by The Cottage Lake Cluster of Churches.
  

Affordable housing is coming to Woodinville

*170 units of it. Fifty senior rentals, 70 homes for ownership and 50 family rentals are to be built on 22 acres of county-owned property located in the 14300 block of Northeast 190th Street