Northwest NEWS

February 11, 2002

Features

Kenmore vet makes house calls - but just for cats

*Kenmore veterinarian Dr. Laura Monahan will tell you that she loves animals, all animals, but that she has a particular affinity for cats.
  

House passes anti-bullying bill

*What is your experience with bullying? Have you been bullied, witnessed a bullying situation or been a bully?
  

Woodinville violinist to make solo debut

*Jaime Marcello, 15, of Woodinville won the first prize at the 2001 Northwest Sinfonietta Youth Concerto Competition in Tacoma.
  

Now's the right time to volunteer

*Older adults can reap rewards - physically, mentally, emotionally and for their communities - by taking advantage of the many volunteer opportunities that exist in the Puget Sound area.
  

Parks and Rec offers jazzercise

*Woodinville Parks and Recreation is offering a jazzercise program at the downtown Community Center on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
  

Bus service improvements planned for SR 522 corridor

*If you live or work in Woodinville, Bothell, Kenmore, Lake Forest Park, Shoreline, or northeast Seattle improved bus service is on the way.
  

Erik Lindman and Brian Newton become Eagle Scouts

*rik Lindman and Brian Newton of Boy Scout Troop 420 received Boy Scout's highest rank Jan. 9 at an Eagle Court of Honor at the United Methodist Church of Bothell.
  

Nowosad named Chamber chair

*The Woodinville Chamber of Commerce has announced that Ron Nowosad will be the 2002 Chair of the Chamber Board of Directors.
  

Oops

*Credit for the photo of the members of the Roundabout band in last week's issue was inadvertently omitted.
  

Duvall couple featured in TV spot

*The Guaranteed Education Tuition (GET) program will launch its spring consumer education campaign on Feb. 11 with television spots featuring families who are currently enrolled in the program.