Northwest NEWS

August 19, 2002

Events

SLBCC to meet

*The Save Little Bear Creek Coalition and its Just the Facts committee will meet at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 22, at the Church of Christ, Woodinville, 22502 - 75th Ave. SE.
  

Welcome planned for Greenbrier residents

*The first residents of Greenbrier, an affordable housing community located south of the intersection of 144th Avenue Northeast and Northeast North Woodinville Way in Woodinville, will begin moving in to their new homes later this month.
  

'An American Tradition' at Evergreen State Fair

*The Evergreen State Fair opens Thursday, Aug. 22 and runs through Monday, Sept. 2, at the fairground one mile west of Monroe.

Farmers Market

*Wondering what to do with the great fresh items you buy at the local market? Join your friends and neighbors in the annual Chefs Day event at the Woodinville Farmers Market, Saturday, Aug. 24, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

September computer classes at Woodinville Library

*This is a hands-on class for people who are beginners on the World Wide Web. Learn about a browser, type web addresses and get web pages, click links, and navigate pages and sites.

Blood Drive

*Puget Sound Blood Center will hold a blood drive Wednesday

Eagle Scout blood drive set for Aug. 24

*Inspired by his younger brother's fight against leukemia, Boy Scout David Runolfson is holding a blood drive for his Eagle Scout project at the LDS Church in Carnation

Cherry Valley Riders meets monthly

*Cherry Valley Riders, a family-oriented horseback riding club, meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m.

Carnation citizens recognized

*Eastside Fire & Rescue recognized Carnation citizens July 9 at the Board of Directors meeting at the Headquarters Station in Issaquah.