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The Woodinville Community Tree

  • Written by David B. Clark

When we think of what the concept of community means, we gravitate towards quality of life. Woodinville is unique in its character and charm partly due its geographic location and unique seat atop the northeast crest of Lake Washington, yet its gracious, considerate, and selfless community is thanks to the people that call this city home.

For years, The Molbak’s Christmas Tree has brought the residents of Woodinville holiday cheer. Strung up with a brilliant display of white lights, this tree acted as a mecca of celebration. This tree fostered an environment that promoted positivity and glee for the residents. It was a place people could gather and pleasantly see out the end of the year while welcoming the beginning of the brisk months that are so well known to the people of the Pacific Northwest. Only a few weeks ago, the Molbak’s had a tree fall in their parking lot. This tree struck The Molbak’s Christmas Tree, necessitating the Christmas Tree to be cut down because of damage.

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Local Architect Eric Gedney Designs the HGTV Dream Home 2018

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Eric Gedney Architect is the proud architect of the HGTV® Dream Home 2018.

The Gig Harbor home was built in 1970s and is situated on Henderson Bay.  The home has been remodeled to take full advantage of the sweeping view of Puget Sound. “By moving the second-floor stairs from the main living space to back of the house, it opened up the flow to create a true great room.  

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UW Bothell fulfills educational needs of students, region

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

BOTHELL, Washington — Student enrollment figures released for the 2017-18 academic year demonstrate the commitment of the University of Washington Bothell to provide access to an excellent UW education and, in particular, to serve a diverse and often underserved population from across the region.

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32nd Annual “Trouble in Toyland” Survey Finds Dangerous Toys on Store Shelves

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Seattle – Stores nationwide are still offering dangerous and toxic toys this holiday season and, in some cases, ignoring explicit government safety regulations in the process, according to Washington Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) Foundation’s 32nd annual Trouble in Toyland report. The survey of potentially hazardous toys found that, despite recent progress, consumers must still be wary when shopping for children’s gifts.

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TEDxSeattle

  • Written by David B. Clark
“Changing places is not just about watching the changes—it is about our own power to change the places and issues we care about,” welcomed Elizabeth Coppinger, Executive Director and Curator of TEDxSeattle. TEDxSeattle is a nonprofit event that is licensed by TED. It is independently organized and ran by volunteers. From its humble beginnings gathering 600 attendees as TEDxRainier in 2010, TEDxSeattle now sold out McCaw Hall’s (321 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109) 2,800 seat auditorium on Saturday, November 18th.
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