Northwest NEWS

December 10, 2001

Features

Yellow plates must be replaced

*If your car still sports yellow and green vanity plates, it's time to pick up the new models. But the personalized message is still yours to keep and can be transferred to the red, white and blue "mountain" plates issued by the state.
  

Discussion group doesn't judge a book by its cover

*The world is quiet on a rain-soaked Saturday morning, with the possible exception at the Woodinville Library. Inside the conference room, nine women relax around a table covered in books, notebooks and red paper cups brandishing the Starbuck's logo.
  

Holidays in the Valley

*Children's Services of Sno-Valley (CSSV) in Duvall will celebrate the holidays with a performance by the amazing Gregg Bennick from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 14.
  

Toys for Tots

*>/td>nwrapped gifts for children at Nelson Chiropractic Clinic, 16812 140th Ave. NE in Woodinville, for the Toys for Tots drive.
  

Here comes Santa

*Sponsored by the Greater Bothell Association, Santa Claus visits with kids of all ages in the window of Framewright on 102nd Ave NE, just south of Main Street in downtown Bothell.
  

Libraries need Study Zone leaders

*Are you a math wizard? Do you love English? Be a Study Zone Leader.
   Kids from elementary through high school come to the library after school with homework questions and they need your help.