Northwest NEWS

October 8, 2001

School

College workshop

*The Northshore PTA Council, in cooperation with the Northshore School District, will present an information workshop for college-bound 10-12 grade students from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 3, at the Woodinville High School Theatre.
  

Campus to host dedication

*The community is invited to the dedication of two new buildings on the Cascadia Community College, University of Washington, Bothell co-located campus at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13.
  

Northshore seniors named Commended Students

*The National Merit Scholarship Foundation has designated 30 Northshore seniors as 2000 Commended Students, in addition to the previously announced 13 National Merit Semifinalists.
  

Northshore students receive national recognition

*Miriam Bolding and Melissa Sprague, members of the senior class at Bothell High School, and Jessica Fuller and Evan Hernandez, seniors at Woodinville High School, have been recognized as Scholars in the 2001-2002 National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP).
  

Engagement: Garton - Fellwock

*Carmi M. Garton and Peter Fellwock, both of San Diego, Calif., have announced their engagement and plans for an April 2002 wedding in San Diego.
  

Local farms offer October school tours

*Farm LLC is offering two fun and educational school field trip programs in October - a visit to the Pumpkin Farm for preschool through third grade and a trip to the Farming Corn Maze for students in second grade and older.
  

Hidden River Middle School donates $32,000 to Red Cross

*Janna Dmochowsky, principal of Hidden River Middle School in Monroe, presents a check for $32,000 to Mike Holcomb (l.), C.E.O. of the Snohomish County Chapter of the American Red Cross. Also pictured are students Hollee DeWald and John Wood.
  

October Computer Classes

*This is a hands-on class for people who are beginners on the World Wide Web. Learn about a browser, type web addresses and get web pages, click links, and navigate pages and sites. Sign up for one of the classes below, and learn how to use the Web.
  

WHS grad honored

*Hafeeza Rashed, 19, of Woodinville has accepted membership in The National Society of Collegiate Scholars and will be honored during a campus ceremony this fall at Spelman College.