May is Milk Money Month. If readers see a milk bottle in Kenmore, Bothell or Woodinville with an adorable cow holding a Milk Money sign at a local merchant’s counter, please spare some extra change and you’ll be supporting the Northshore Schools Foundation’s Initiative to help Advanced and Disadvantaged Learners in the Northshore School District.
There are more than 180 homeless children in our district, and funds raised will be used to buy them school clothes, school supplies, books, yearbooks, school pictures and pay for advanced test fees, as well as caps and gowns for high-school seniors and other school-related costs. When you drop your change in one of our bottles, know that all funds raised in the campaign will be doubled by the generous commitment of the Windermere Foundation Northlake Office. It’s not hard to make a difference, if you don’t mind throwing in a little spare change.
Here is a list of businesses that are collection sites in the Kenmore and Bothell area, but there are also many in Woodinville:
3 Cups of Tea, Alexa’s Café, Bank of Bargains, Banner Bank, BECU, Bella Pizza, Bothell Main St. Antiques, Bothell Furniture, Dawn’s Candy and Cake, Denise’s Cafe, Extreme Pita, Forget Me Not Consignments, Gallo de Oro, Hana Sushi, Julio’s, Knoff, Fettig and Naumann Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Kozy Korner Café, Lyon’s Den, Lyly’s Hair Studio, Northlake Windermere, Pen Thai, Pizza Bank, The Ranch Drive-In, Sparta’s Pizza, State Farm Insurance
Steve’s Café, Sun Cleaners, Sushi Hana, Toys that Teach, Tully’s, UltraCustom Cleaners, Uncle Peteza’s Pizza, Woodlawn Optical, Yakima Fruit Market, Yucatan Mexican Family Restaurant
Espresso Works, Jiffy Lube, Kenmore Air, Kenmore Camera, Northlake Windermere, Rocky’s Corner Store, Snapdoodle Toys, Super Supplements, Tullys
Thanks to all these businesses for their support.
The Milk Money Moms:
Sara Solum Hayashi, April Remfrey, Davina Williams Duerr and Debbie Ledsham