Northwest NEWS

December 17, 2001

Events

Unfurled flag signals opening of new fire station

*It became official with the hoisting of the flag. Woodinville Fire & Life Safety District's new centrally located Station House 31 on the Woodinville-Snohomish Road is open for business.
  

School Board elects new officers for 2002

*At its Dec. 11 meeting, the Northshore School Board elected a new president and vice-president.
  

The Gifts of Christmas

*As part of The Magic Season, Bellevue Chamber Chorus presents The Gifts of Christmas, a family holiday concert celebrating the gifts of joy, hope, love, peace, and fun.<

City offers winter programs

*Registration has begun for Woodinville Parks and Rec winter programs.

Northshore pool will close during holidays

*King County will close the Northshore pool, 9815 NE 188th St. in Bothell, during the holiday season from Dec. 22-25, and Dec. 29 - Jan. 1.

Patricia Ann Farrington

*atricia Farrington, born Jan. 1, 1933, passed away Nov. 27 in Kirkland.

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Karl William (Bill) Jeffers

*Bill Jeffers, born Nov. 19, 1933, in Manila, Philippines to Harriet and Karl Border Jeffers, died on Nov. 29 in Seattle of sudden cardiac arrest. He was 68.

Mayor Kuntz to resign post early

*­Duvall Mayor Glen Kuntz announced at last week's council meeting that he will be resigning as mayor on Dec. 18, the day the building in which his business is located will be sold to the city.