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Edition Date: May 28, 2007
A ‘real hero’ will lead the Duvall Days parade
by Irvina Russell
Contributing Writer

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While Gav Jacobs was being treated at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, he was invited to tour the Pentagon where he was honored at a surprise ceremony.

Marine Corps Color Guard to join

The Duvall Days parade committee always chooses the event’s grand marshal carefully.

“It’s somebody who is important to the community,” said parade Chair Pam Riem. “Whether it’s somebody who has given a lot to the community through community service, or done something exceptional in their life.”


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Sno-Valley Senior Center Citizens of the Year 2007
Courtesy of Sno-Valley Senior Center
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Wanda Durbin Norma Pearson Walt Anderson Irene Gronberg

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Northshore will graduate over 1,600 students

Northshore high schools will graduate over 1,600 students in ceremonies that will take place during June.

Bothell High School will hold its commencement exercises for about 500 students Tuesday, June 5. Inglemoor will graduate about 600 Wednesday, June 6. Woodinville High will hold its ceremonies for about 438 graduates Thursday, June 7.

All three graduations will be held at 7 p.m. at the Bank of America Arena on the University of Washington campus.


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Public hearing to discuss sports fields

The Woodinville City Council will hold a public hearing to discuss the renovation of the City sports fields June 4 at 7:30 p.m., Woodinville City Hall, Council Chambers, 17301-133rd Avenue NE.

The purpose of the hearing will be to receive public testimony about the project and to consider the benefits of submitting the project as an advisory ballot to city voters.


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Woodinville Farmers Market has new home
by Deborah Stone
Staff Writer

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Check out the array of fresh produce and unique craft items available at the Woodinville Farmer’s Market, at its new location on the site of the future Woodinville Village.

Grant Davidson wants the community to know that the Woodinville Farmers Market is alive and well and enjoying its new home at Woodinville Village.

Davidson, the market’s manager, is thrilled with the location. He adds, “It’s really an ideal spot for the market because of the amenities and wonderful atmosphere that the Village will soon offer to people living on site and nearby.”

The market had to move from its downtown digs this season because of the renovations to the Carol Edwards Center and the playing fields, in addition to the widening of 175th Street.


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