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Old Woodinville Schoolhouse & Civic Campus Project Update

  • Written by David B. Clark

Woodinville City Council’s meeting began when Mayor Bernie Talmas announced that he had signed a proclamation on April 17 declaring April 21 Arbor Day. He urged the city’s residents to help celebrate the woods, the wonder, and the trees that allow Woodinville the character it cherishes. The trees have always held importance to the community and fittingly provided a natural segue into the sole Business Item of the evening: a Study Session with the Woodinville

Civic Campus Partnership (WCCP) for the Old Woodinville Schoolhouse and the Civic Campus Project.

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Safeco, Century Link to Go Fully Tobacco Free

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The King County Board of Health unanimously adopted a county-wide regulation prohibiting the use of smokeless tobacco at all professional sporting events in King County. This will complete the full ban of tobacco use of any kind at Century Link and Safeco fields, as well as Key Arena.

“I was moved by the testimony from the young Mariners fans who testified before the Board of Health. They made perfectly clear that watching their heroes chew smokeless tobacco conflicted with their understanding of the dangerous substance,” said Board of Health Chair Rod Dembowski. “They effectively persuaded the Board of Health that it was time for action.”

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GriefShare can help

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Grief is an emotional journey.
 
Often, friends and family want to help you following the death of a loved one but don't know how.  That is the reason for GriefShare, a 13 week seminar/support group led by people who have experienced grief and have successfully rebuilt their lives.  They will walk with you on the long path through grief toward healing and hope for the future.  Each weekly session is "self-contained" with a specific topic so you do not have to attend in sequence. You will be able to pick up any sessions you missed in the next 13 week cycle. 
 
The program is non-denominational and features biblical concepts and advice from well known grief recovery counselors. All are encouraged to attend regardless of religion.  We respect everyone's right to believe what they choose.
Two new 13-week sessions will be starting soon in the area.  Go to www.griefshare.org to learn more.

Seattle Foundation’s GIVEBIG:

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Help Make an Impact in Woodinville by Giving Big for All

Seattle Foundation’s annual giving day, GIVEBIG, returns in May. The online event, now in its eighth year, raises funds for more than 1,500 nonprofit organizations serving the Greater Seattle area. Several participating nonprofits are based in the Woodinville neighborhood including, Homeward Pet Adoption Center, Farms for Life, Whale Scout and Nature Vision, Inc.

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9th Annual Handbag Auction & Luncheon

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Break the Silence – End the Violence -9th Annual Handbag Auction & Luncheon

Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County is holding its’ 9th annual Handbag Auction and Luncheon to “Break the Silence – End the Violence” on Thursday, June 7, 2018, from 11:00 a.m.– 1:15 p.m. at the Angel of the Winds Arena/Events Center in Everett.

This luncheon is two hours of handbag happiness with a silent and live auction of new and gently used handbags.  100% of the proceeds go to our services and programs which are offered free of charge.  We are currently accepting donations of new and gently used handbags.  Sponsorship opportunities are still available.  

Cost for lunch is $30 per person. 

Please visit our website at: www.dvs-snoco.org to register online or call Emma Leedy at 425-259-2827 x1013 or email her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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