Northwest NEWS

October 15, 2001

Events

Obituary: Jack F. Perrigoue

*Funeral services have been held for Jack Perrigoue, 84, of Carnation.
  

Candles cause house fire in Kenmore

*Northshore Fire Department responded to the report of a structure fire in the 14800 block of 75th Avenue Northeast in Kenmore.
  

Police Beat

*Oct. 9: A resident in the 14000 block of Northeast 181st Place reported his car stolen. Police responded and interviewed the victim and others.

Correction: Annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Show set for Oct. 20

*Due to inaccurate information, the date for the annual Holiday Arts & Crafts Show was listed incorrectly in last week's paper.

Raising safe kids in an unsafe world

*Raising Safe Kids in an Unsafe World, a workshop offering parents and educators 30 simple lessons for teaching children how to respond wisely and safely to threatening situations, will be held at the Northshore YMCA from 7 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 24.

A Taste of Northern Italy

*If you're looking for a change from your everyday sack lunch, look no further. As part of the year-long LWTC Live series at Lake Washington Technical College, renowned chef Rino Baglio of Redmond's Il Bacio Restaurant will prepare and share his favorite dishes from his native Northern Italy.

Obituary: Edith Lide (Littell) Allendar

*Edith Allendar, age 93, died Oct. 3 at Regency Care Center of Monroe. Born Aug. 30, 1908, in Glenwood Springs, Colo., she married Charles Allendar in 1932.

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