Northwest NEWS

January 21, 2002

Features

Meals on Wheels

*Winter weather brings chilling and slick weather conditions making it difficult for some seniors to leave their home to shop for groceries.
  

Hopelink's Northshore Center needs drivers

*Volunteer drivers are needed to help pick up food that is being donated by a local grocery store in the Northshore area.
  

Camp Fire candy sale begins

*Camp Fire kids in King County will be selling candy to support programs for youth and families Jan 25 - Feb 18. This annual sale is the only time people can buy Camp Fire Mints and Almond Caramel Clusters.
  

Ancient art of trees in miniature at Molbak's

*Bonsai, the ages-old Asian gardening art, has recently become popular as a way to bring nature, as well as a sense of peace and tranquility, to homes.
  

Girl Scout Silver Award recipients

*AAA Girls Scouts from Troops 274 and 1636 were recently presented with the Cadette Silver Award for service to the community.
  

Swedish Heart Diet now available

*Free copies of the 2002 Swedish Heart Diet are now available at 71 QFC grocery stores throughout the Puget Sound region.
  

Friends of Cherry Valley still fighting Duvall quarry

*Friends of Cherry Valley are still vigorously opposing the proposed Duvall Rock Quarry.