Northwest NEWS

August 19, 2002

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Around the Valley

Preschool and toddler classes
   Children's Services of Sno-Valley is accepting registrations for the 3 and 4-year-old preschool classes and 12 to 36-month-old toddler playgroups. Classes begin the week of Sept. 16. Call (425) 788-7924 to register or for more information.
  
   P & G AfterHours
   Saturday, Aug. 24 - Bill LaVoie. This prolific songwriter mixes acoustic rock, folk, country and blues into a diverse style. His songs might be beautiful, cynical, glorious, bitter or absurd, but you can always expect well-crafted melodies. The messages in his music range from syrupy sweet to the downright dark and dirty. Life is kind, life is cruel, and since one defines the other, Bill LaVoie gives you both. P & G is located at 15614 Main St., Duvall, across the street from the public library. Call (425) 844-2766 for information.
  
   Local help caring for older adults
   Are you caring for someone who is coping with the effects of stroke, diabetes or minor dementia? The Sno-Valley Senior Center in Carnation can help. The center offers the Adult Day Health program for older adults experiencing physical, mental or social problems. The certified program provides therapeutic activities that engage the mind and body while offering a break to the caregiver. Service is provided Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at the center in Carnation and Wednesday at the Mount Si Senior Center in North Bend from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Fees are based on a sliding scale with Medicaid and State Respite coverage available to eligible participants. Door to door transportation can be arranged for those who need it. Contact Tammy Clark at the center at (425) 333-4152.
  
   Volunteers needed for Meals on Wheels
   Meals on Wheels delivery volunteers are a life link to the outside world for the recipients who frequently are unable to leave their homes. Volunteers deliver frozen pre-packed meals, bright smiles and friendly greetings. A car, valid driver's license and auto insurance are mandatory. Training and assistance are provided. Call Kate Miller at (425) 333-4152.