Northwest NEWS

July 15, 2002

Editorial

4th of July celebration reflects strong community support

The Woodinville City Council wishes to acknowledge the support of our seventh annual Family 4th of July Fireworks Celebration that included tremendous financial, in-kind and volunteer support. J.B. Instant Lawn has generously provided a premier event site since the event's first debut in 1994. As well, the fireworks show received financial support from Chateau Ste. Michelle, Columbia Winery and Redhook Ale and Brewery.
   This year's event received further financial support from W.A. Botting and Willows Lodge of Woodinville. Purple Caf and Wine, TalkingRain Beverage Co., and Jamba Juice supported event volunteers and staff. Waste Management Sno-King, SASCO Electric, Hi-Q Bakery, Woodinville Kinko's, Woodinville Church of Christ, Cinderella's Trunk and Fire Chief Equipment provided other in-kind services. All of these contributions attributed to a wonderful family event.
   The King County Sheriff's office, Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District, City of Woodinville and Association of Operational Volunteers (AOV) protected the safety of over 7,000 event goers.
   The combination of outstanding community support, generous local business support, and a well-planned event resulted in the City's best show yet!
   We look forward to next year's show as the City celebrates its 10th anniversary of cityhood.
   Woodinville City Council