A smattering of incident reports from Bothell.
They ran, they rested, they sang — and then the World Harmony Run crew was off to its next destination.
For about 45 minutes last Thursday morning, 13 athletes from around the globe descended upon the Park at Bothell Landing and shared their visions of unity with a small crowd that included Mayor Mark Lamb and City Manager Bob Stowe.
Samuel Mullins, 18, a recent Inglemoor High graduate with a diploma from the international baccalaureate program, recently attained the rank of Eagle Scout. It’s the highest rank to be earned through the Boy Scouts of America program.
Cascadia Community College has honored two faculty members with the annual Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Service award. The recipients for 2008 are Melissa Estelle and Jared Leising. As part of the honor, each will receive an award of $1,000 for professional development or to support a Cascadia program.
Chaos usually comes with the territory when Dr. David Frank is providing medical care. He’s an emergency-room physician at Virginia Mason Medical Center.
But the 53-year-old Kenmore resident has found a more tranquil setting for his life’s work. It’s in the concert hall.
Frank traded his white lab coat for evening attire last month to play clarinet with the first-ever World Doctors Orchestra.
It’s not like Steve Wharton to be caught off guard by major events at Woodmoor Elementary.
He is, after all, the principal.
So it comes as a surprise that the Woodmoor staff managed to secretly organize two school-wide functions that would honor his retirement.
The city of Kenmore will celebrate the grand reopening of the Burke-Gilman Trail and break ground on the next phase of State Route 522 construction from 10:30 a.m. to noon June 28 at the Kenmore Community Club, 7304 N.E. 175th St.