The Inglemoor High class of 1968 will celebrate its 40th-year reunion Aug. 22-24 with a bevy of activities at a variety of venues, including a tour of the Kenmore campus conducted by Principal Vicki Sherwood.
The class of ‘68 — the first class to attend all three years of high school at Inglemoor — will gather first for an informal celebration at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 22 at the grads’ old haunt, Dick’s Drive-In in Lake City.
That’s the theme Northshore Networks Youth Theater students will work with as they perform their musical at the Northshore Performing Arts Center from June 18 through 21.
Shows take place at 7:30 p.m., with matinees on June 20 and 21 at 2:30 p.m.
Doctor Lawrence L. Parris of Bothell, a board-certified Washington physician, appeared May 28 in federal district court in Seattle and entered a guilty plea to unlawful possession of a controlled substance in violation of federal law. This offense is punishable by up to one year in prison, a $100,000 fine and a period of supervised release of up to one year. The court is also required to impose a mandatory fine of $1,000, and may assess the defendant the reasonable costs of investigation and prosecution of the offense.
Amy Sturm ponders the question for a second, smiles and replies: “I don’t think I’ve ever gotten a B … it’s embarrassing.”
The look in her eyes says she knows she’s nailed all A’s — always — in her schoolwork, but she’s not one to brag. But her super success can’t be denied: 4.0 grade-point average, National Merit Finalist, Washington Scholar, editor in chief of the yearbook and more.
When the Cedar Park Christian senior strolled down the hallway last Thursday, one friend nudged her and said, “Hey, Amy, congratulations.”
It’s probably a greeting she’s used to by now, and it will surely continue into her college years and beyond.
King County citizens gathered in Shoreline May 19 to learn about the feasibility of a public campaign financing system for county elections. More than 130 people attended the Metropolitan King County Council town hall meeting hosted by Councilmember Bob Ferguson at the Shoreline Conference Center. Councilmembers attended the meeting, where they received the results of a campaign finance reform study the council initiated in April. They also heard a panel discussion and public comment on the topic.
Fifty-nine employees have announced their intention to retire from the Northshore School District at the end of the 2007-08 school year. Together, they represent 1,365 years of experience at Northshore and 1,606 total years in education.
Northshore educators Suzanne Black and Dori Wuepper may teach different subjects, but they share a similar commitment to their students. As the Northshore School District’s Teachers of the Year for 2008-09, they are being recognized for going above and beyond to help their students succeed.
Relationships formed within our family are perhaps the most powerful human bonds we will experience. In particular, the relationships existing between siblings possess a unique and irreplaceable connection.
Among siblings, there is the potential for a strong and lasting relationship that is cherished and enjoyed for a lifetime. There is also the potential for distance, strife and a foundation of disconnect where there has been pain.
U.S. Congressman Jay Inslee paid a visit to Bothell’s North Creek Events Center May 31 to give area youths the scoop on math and science jobs during a career-exploration fair.
Attendees sampled treats from Maltby-based “green” business Snoqualmie Ice Cream while visiting with representatives from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Washington State Police, the Department of Ecology and other related organizations.