Isoutsource.com, a local industry leader in information-technology (IT) services focused on small to medium businesses, is set to open a new office in Bothell to more effectively cover the entire Puget Sound region. Starting Sept. 8, the Queen Anne-based company shifted a number of employees, including many of their Eastside-based consultants, to the new location on North Creek Parkway.
With ridership nearly 7 percent higher than this time last year, Metro Transit is adding two new bus routes and more service on 20 routes throughout King County, as it kicks off its September service change beginning Sept. 20. This includes some changes for the Northshore area.
Deanna Neher is looking for a few good hosts.
The Kenmore resident is a board member for Today’s Hope, a non-profit working to provide autistic children with funding for early intervention services.
Al Galgalim: Training Wheels, a program for families with children ages 3-5 is now being formed by the Seattle Chapter of Hadassah in Bothell. This Jewish family education program — developed by Hadassah and the WHIZIN Institute of the University of Judaism in Los Angeles, combines songs and activities that will guide adults and children in celebrating Shabbat and the Jewish holidays. In the friendly environment of a small group setting, Training Wheels provides a support system for parents and grandparents who share concerns about raising children in the Jewish tradition.
This year in the state, under-immunized children have been responsible for outbreaks of measles, chickenpox and pertussis (“whooping cough”). Parents can protect their children and those around them for this upcoming school year by making sure vaccinations are complete.
As part of United Way of King County’s Day of Caring, Friends of Youth, a nonprofit agency that serves youths and their families in King and Snohomish counties, will host more than 100 volunteers from Microsoft Corp., SnoCope Federal Credit Union and the United Way of Snohomish County from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sept. 12.