Northwest NEWS

December 31, 2001

Events

Adoption information meeting

*A free information meeting for prospective adoptive parents is scheduled for 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 8, at Open Adoption and Family Services, Inc., 1737 NW 56th St., Suite 102, Seattle.
  

Funeral home recognized

*The Bothell Funeral Home was recognized for 100 years of service to their community by the Washington State Funeral Directors Association (WSFDA) .
  

Take a walk in the snow

*Forest Service interpretive snowshoe walks on Snoqualmie Pass will run Jan. 5-March 31. Snowshoes are provided and a $7-10 donation per person is requested. <

Engagement: Aragon Butterfield

*Lorena Aragon and Chris Butterfield have announced their engagement and plans for an April 13, 2002, wedding in Culiacon, Mexico.

January computer classes at Woodinville Library

*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.
  

Parks to close

*King County will begin the winter closures of 44 parks on January 1

Northshore Senior Activities

*There is a new aerobics class in Carnation designed just for at-home moms who are looking for a way to get fit. Nicole Pitts, leader of Nic's Aerobics, offers the class from 9:40-10:40 a.m.

Woodinville Parks and Recreation winter programs

*Registration for Winter Programming has begun at the Woodinville Community Center

Obituary: Stanley I. Pike

*Stanley Pike, 74, died Dec. 24 at his home in Woodinville. He was a 40-year resident of King County.

Obituary: Torrey K. Sanden

*Stanley Pike, 74, died Dec. 24 at his home in Woodinville. He was a 40-year resident of King County.