Northwest NEWS

July 1, 2002

Events

New Washington booster seat law takes effect

*Effective July 1, Washington will enact one of the most comprehensive child restraint laws in the nation - the Anton Skeen Law.
  

Healthy Living Fair

*The Healthy Living Fair will be held July 20-21
  

King County Parks announces summer camps

*Kids ages 6 to 13 can fill their summer with a variety of activities by signing up for a camp offered by King County Parks.Week-long camps are scheduled Monday, July 1 through Friday, Aug. 16 at Cottage Lake Park in Woodinville.

Teen programs at YMCA

*Call the Northshore YMCA for summer programs for teens

Community blood drive

*A community blood drive will be held on Monday, July 15 at the City of Woodinville, 17301 133rd Avenue NE, Woodinville.
  

Raspberry celebration at South 47 Farm

*Come to The South 47 Farm in Redmond on Saturday, July 13, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., for a day of family in celebration of raspberries.

Call for volunteers

*Eastside Literacy will hold an orientation for new volunteers at the Bellevue Learning Center on Wednesday, July 3, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at their new location in the Hopelink Building, 14812 Main Street, Bellevue.

Community Calendar

*Events in the local community.

Weekly fire drills planned at Carnation Girl Scout Camp

*Girl Scouts are well known for always "being prepared" and fire drill practice is a necessary safety step for Girl Scout summer camp.

Steve Rother horsemanship clinic to be held in Duvall

*A Steve Rother Foundation and Horsemanship clinic will be held on July 5, 6 and 7 at Big Rock Farms in Duvall.