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The Snohomish County DUI/Traffic Safety Task Force is accepting nominations for its annual awards ceremony March 9 at the Everett PUD Auditorium.

If you know someone who has made a traffic safety achievement in 2004 in Snohomish County, call 425-388-7200 to request a nomination form or go to www1.co.snohomish. wa.us. Enter “DUI task force” into the search window.

All nomination forms must be returned by Jan. 17.

For more information, e-mail coordinator Tracy McMillan at Tracy.McMillan@co. snohomish.wa.us.

Events Center hosts bridal show

The Northwest Bridal Showcase 2005 will be 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Feb. 5 and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Feb. 6 at the Everett Events Center.

The event showcases more than 70 local wedding professionals, a fashion show, a gown sale and giveaways.

Many of the area’s best wedding professionals will display the latest wedding related items. Hair and make-up artists and caterers will be available.

Tickets will be available at the door. Prices are $10 or $8 with a $2 discount coupon available at any Bon-Macy’s registry department or online at www.aande promotions.com.

Winners brightened their neighborhoods

Winners of the inaugural Lights of the Terrace contest in Mountlake Terrace have been announced.

Darin and Carla Schnee at 6501 227th St. SW won first place. Ron and Shelley Warhol at 22702 42nd Place W. earned second place. Third place went to Kathryn Gilbert at 22904 57th Ave. W.

The participants in some neighborhoods collected more than $1,000 in donations to support the Mountlake Terrace Concern for Neighbors Food Bank. Also, the entry fees raised $130 for the city’s Youth Recreation Scholarship Fund and Windermere Real Estate matched that amount.

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