Christmas tree pick up set
The Shorewood Thunderbird football team in conjunction with the Shoreline Breakfast Rotary Club will pick up Christmas trees for recycling on Saturday, Jan. 7. The area served will be the city of Shoreline, west of Aurora Avenue North.
The annual event is a fund-raiser for Shorewood athletics and Rotary charities. The suggested minimum donation is $10.
Trees should be placed curbside by 9 a.m. and will be picked-up by noon. Donations should be put in an envelope on the front door or mailed to Shoreline Breakfast Rotary, P.O. Box 60062, Shoreline, WA 98160-0062.
‘Pass It On’ awareness training
Join the Shoreline Police Block Watch Program as it teams up with the City of Shoreline Emergency Management for the “Pass It On” customized awareness training from 6-8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 26 at the Shoreline- Lake Forest Park Senior Center.
“Pass It On” is designed to prepare neighborhoods for an emergency. The training residents receive will allow them not only to protect themselves and their families, but also will provide information and materials for neighborhood “Watch” programs and community groups to teach them how to prepare for an emergency or disaster. It is presented so each person can “pass it on” to another group, extended family, faith group or civic club.
The training is free, but those interested are asked to call 206-546-3636 to register.
The senior center is located at 18560 First Ave. NE.
Needleworkers help those in need
A non-profit, charitable knit/crochet group will meet from 3-5 p.m. the fourth Saturday of the month beginning in January at Village Yarn and Tea Shop, 19500 Ballinger Way.
Members will meet to create items to donate to local agencies in need. All levels of knitters and crocheters are welcome. For more information contact Nan Sarb at 425-787-0736 or visit www.communityyarncreations.org.
Echo Lake neighbors meet
The January meeting of the Echo Lake Neighborhood Association will focus on education.
The meeting is set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17 at the Shoreline Center Alumni Room.
The Shoreline School Superintendent will speak about the bond /levy, the principal of Echo Lake will speak about the school and Chinese delegation, Jim Golubich (tech director) will talk about the history of technology in the district and a classroom teacher will talk about the laptop program.
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