Northwest NEWS

July 15, 2002

Events

UBCCC meeting

*The Upper Bear Creek Community Council will meet Tuesday
  

Shabbat Service at Kol Ami

*Meet congregation Kol Ami at a special Shabbat Service and oneg for prospective members Friday, July 26. Services begin at 7 p.m.
  

Open houses to discuss future of community center

*Woodinville Parks and Recreation Commission invites community members to attend two special open houses to discuss the future of the Woodinville Community Center.

Summer College for Seniors

*Those over 50 who are interested in expanding their horizons in a wide range of educational topics are invited to attend Summercollege for Seniors, July 22 -26 at Shoreline Community College.

Spiritual summit in Bothell

*Learn how thought affects your health Saturday, July 20, at the outdoor amphitheater located at Bothell Landing Park. Ke
  

Community Calendar

*Events in the locall community.

Eric Barnum named Interim director

*Eric Barnum, Northshore's Director of Student Services, has been appointed Interim Executive Director of Secondary Education.

Merchant in a Marketplace camp

*This is the perfect camp for any child who loves to play store. In teams, 4-10-year-olds will develop business plans, storefronts and products to sell.

Vacation Bible School set

*Vacation Bible School is celebrated July 22-26 at the Duvall Church. This year the students take a look back to 1885, the year the church was built.

Camlann Medieval Faire in full swing

*Camlann Medieval Faire at Stillwater is celebrating its 22nd anniversary with special events, including tournaments, mortise and tenon construction demonstrations, cider making and exhibitions of daily life in a medieval village.