Northwest NEWS

December 3, 2001

Events

Watershed meeting

*The Snoqualmie Watershed Forum will meet on Wednesday, Dec. 12, at 7 p.m. at the Carnation City Hall in Carnation. Meeting agenda items include:
  

Bothell's Town-Gown Loop premieres in spring

*When the weather's clear and bright, it's a pleasant walk between the University of Washington, Bothell (UWB) campus and downtown.
  

A passion for pottery

*Longtime Eastside resident, Margaret Lea Hanson, recently passed away after a prolonged struggle with cancer.

Holiday festivals, bazaars, concerts, tours

*The Woodinville High School choir will perform for the Christmas Ship Festival Wednesday, Dec. 5. The ship will leave Leschi at 6:30 p.m. and return at 9:30 p.m.

Jordan Carrell earns Eagle Scout rank

*Jordan Carrell, a senior at Inglemoor High School, will be presented with Boy Scout's highest rank, Eagle, at a Court of Honor on Dec. 16 at Cottage Lake Presbyterian Church.

2002 Northwest Literary Contest

*The 2002 Literary Contest, sponsored by the Pacific Northwest Writers Association, is now accepting submissions for 11 categories including articles, books, plays, poetry, screenplays and short stories. All contest entries must be postmarked by Feb. 16.

Shopping wisely will ensure many happy returns

*Shopping concerns have never been greater. This holiday season, consumers will shop at stores in malls, on Main streets, place orders by mail, fax or phone in purchases and will use their computers to purchse gifts for friends and family.

AT THE LIBRARY

*events at your local library

Community Calendar

*local events in your community

Northshore Senior Activities

*events at your local senior center.

Santa Train taking reservations

*The two-hour Northwest Railway Museum's event starts at the North Bend Depot, where guests board the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad.