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  • Monday, March 3, 2008 10:04am

The Municipal League rates Ryu

Cindy Ryu, a candidate for Shoreline City Council Position 5, received an “Outstanding” rating from the Municipal League of King County. She is running for an open seat.

Bakery proceeds to benefit Children’s

Great Harvest Bread Co., known for its whole-grain breads and dedicated community involvement, is teaming up with Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center during September to benefit the uncompensated-care program, with a goal to raise $50,000.

Bread-y Bears, baked especially for this promotion, are $15 each. They are made of honey-wheat bread, with raisin eyes, noses and belly buttons. The bears will be named by Children’s Hospital patients Kate, age 6; Emily, age 8; and Max, age 10. A handmade name tag will accompany each bear sold.

The bears can be picked up at any local Great Harvest Bread Co. on Sunday, Sept. 18. To order, call any store or visit The Lake Forest Park store can be reached at 206-365-4778.

Aurora construction crew installing pipe

Crews will continue installing pipe for the new storm drainage system this week, moving east along N. 155th Street. The storm drainage installation work on Westminster Way is complete, but construction staging will be ongoing in this area. To avoid possible congestion, motorists and pedestrians are encouraged to use N. 155th Street instead of Westminster Way.

Interurban Trail ground-breaking

The Shoreline City Council invites residents to celebrate the completion of two more sections of the Interurban Trail at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 4 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 19. The ceremony will be held at the trailhead on N. 205th Street near Meridian Avenue N. Parking is available at the Seattle Baptist Church, less than a block north of 205th off Meridian on the left (24228 76th Avenue W. in Edmonds).

Third annual North City car show

North City’s third annual Classic Car Show N’ Shine is set from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17 at the Shoreline Water District, located at 1519 NE. 177th St.

There will be 10 categories of vehicles, everything from motorcycles to trucks to exotic cars. Trophies will be given out to the winner of each category, with certificates for second and third place. There will also be a mayor’s award and several trophies sponsored by different businesses.

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