Northwest NEWS

May 27, 2002

Editorial

Healthy Living: American Heart Association Dietary Guidelines

*One year ago, we were a nation at peace, but not now. A short year ago, Blue Star Service Banners were lost in the memories of a half-century ago, but not now.   

These guidelines from the American Heart Association are not as stringent as they appear.

*The problem lies in understanding these recommendations and then putting them into action. Not understanding should not be an excuse for not complying.   

Seniors have home at last, but desperately need office help

*After five years of struggling to offer programs for Woodinville's seniors, the Woodinville Senior Programs (WSP) at last have a designated address, phone, office and meeting room of their own.   

Take away enough tiny pieces and eventually the picture is lost

*My husband called my attention to the article in the Seattle Times 5/13/02 in the sports section "Cash crunch in King County puts pools behind the 8-ball."   

WHS host family needed

*A host family is being sought for a boy from Thailand who will be attending Woodinville High School for the coming scho.   

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