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Northshore students showcased in holiday kickoff event at Molbak’s

The Northshore Holiday Showcase, an event planned to celebrate Northshore students' seasonal art, is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Veterans Day weekend at Molbak's Garden and Home, 13625 N.E. 175th St. in Woodinville. A portion of the weekend sales will be donated to the Northshore Schools Foundation, benefiting all students in the Northshore School District (NSD).

Each day from noon to 2 p.m., students from the Northshore Teaching Academy  will supervise a children’s craft area along with a cookie decorating station and holiday card making station to honor the military. The event is coordinated by the students of the NSD Event, Hospitality and Tourism management, a high-school Career Technical Education (CTE) course in Northshore.

“This event creates a great opportunity for the staff, parents and alumni of the Northshore School District to get a jump start on their holiday shopping and raise much needed funds for our schools,” says Carmin Dalziel, executive director of the  Northshore Schools Foundation. “We love these win/win/win opportunities where people get a quality shopping experience, we are able to support our local economy and there is a benefit to students, too.”

Instructor Geoffrey Gilmore comments, “I am extremely proud of the students in our Event Planning Class who have worked diligently coordinating this event and have generated a wide assortment of support from students and programs throughout the district. We are excited to be involved in showcasing the talents of Northshore students.”

For more information about the Northshore Schools Foundation, visit www.NorthshoreSchoolsFoundation.org.

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