Northwest NEWS

June 24, 2002

Events

Kla Ha Ya Days

*The City of Snohomish Kla Ha Ya Days committee is seeking volunteers and parade entries for the 65th Annual Kla Ha Ya Days festival
  

Seniors invited for coffee

*To help acquaint the seniors of Woodinville with the new Senior Programs office, the Woodinville Seniors Programs (WSP) Steering Committee will host a series of "Coffee Breaks"
  

Bellevue celebrates the Fourth of July

*The Bellevue Family 4th Celebration, presented by Washington Mutual, will take place on July 4 from 6-11 p.m. at Bellevue's Downtown Park.

Plant Sale and Garden Art Show

*Bassetti's Crooked Arbor Gardens will hold its 8th annual Plant and Garden Art Show Saturday and Sunday, June 29-30, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free.

'Bothell Beautiful' awards

*The recipients of the third annual "Bothell Beautiful" awards were announced at a June 17 Bothell City Council meeting. Created from a suggestion by a local businessman, "Bothell Beautiful" is a program that awards community members who take exceptional pride of ownership in their properties.
  

Driver Licensing Offices closed for July 4

*The Washington State Department of Licensing reminds Washington residents that all driver licensing offices will be closed on Thursday, July 4.

Thomson - Oldfield

*Brenda Letitia Thomson of Virginia Beach, Va., and Steven Patrick Oldfield of Seattle have announced their engagement and plans for a July 13 wedding.

Lorenz - Kemmling

*Chris Lorenz and Michael Kemmling have announced their plans for an August 10 wedding at Cottage Lake Presbyterian Church.

July computer classes at the Woodinville Library

*Introduction to the World Wide Web

AT THE LIBRARY

*Events in the local library system.

No fireworks display in Duvall July 4

*ity officials have announced that, due to budget restraints and permitting problems.

Motorcycle crash on W. Snoq. Road

*Eastside Fire & Rescue and mutual aid units from Duvall Fire Department responded to a report of a motorcycle accident on W. Snoqualmie Valley Road and Novelty Hill Road at approximately 11:39 a.m. on June 19..

Duvall Police Report

*While on a traffic stop for speeding, the officer found that the driver was driving with a license suspended and had an outstanding arrest warrant out of the city of Snoqualmie..