Monday, March 28, 2011

Free forum on families, teens & choices around drugs, alcohol and tobacco

Making Healthy Choices: A Free Community Dinner and Educational Event
Tuesday, March 29, 6:15 PM, Shoreline Center, Shoreline Room.

 This is forum focused on families, teens and choices around drugs, alcohol and tobacco

Eric Munson and Heidi's Promise
Panel of community and agency resource professionals
Students who make a difference in their communities 
Shoreline Center in the Shoreline Room
Tuesday March 29th 
6:15 - 8:00 PM
What to Expect:
Discussion of Community, Family and Teen Needs
Presentation with Eric Munson
Question and Answer session with community professionals
Who is invited:
Students, Parents, Teachers, Counselors, Administrators, School
Professionals, Community Members, Chemical Dependency
Professionals, Mental Health Professionals, Community
Resource Members
This is a free event!
Sponsored by Center for Human Services, Partners in
Prevention and Shoreline Schools.
For more information please contact: 

Shoreline School District Drug and Alcohol Specialists:
* Jennifer Yost, Shorecrest High School 

* Devin Rodger, Shorewood High School/Einstein Middle School 

* Jessica Pickert, Kellogg Middle School
Center for Human Services, Partners in Prevention:
* Danielle Bock

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Upcoming Health & Beauty Events at Shoreline Bartell

For Immediate Release:  March 16, 2011

Bartell Drugs' "Health & Beauty Event" in Shoreline celebrates healthy and beautiful living

SEATTLE--Bartell Drugs celebrates healthy and beautiful living during its "Health & Beauty Event" March 21-April 3 at select Bartell Drugs locations in King, Snohomish and Pierce
counties. Activities include in-store health clinics, mobile digital mammography screenings, free beauty "mini makeovers, hair styling tips, and a wide range of product samplings.

The "Health & Beauty Event" schedule for the Bartell's Shoreline store, located at 18420 Aurora Ave. N, Shoreline, includes:

*       March 27, 10 am to 3 pm. Health Clinic--free of charge or at discounted fees. Services include blood glucose testing, OneTouch(r) blood glucose meter exchange and meter education, bone density screening and tests for osteoporosis, blood pressure and cholesterol.

*       April 3, Noon to 3 pm:  Cosmetic Demonstrations-free of charge. Cosmetologists will give free personal "mini makeovers" that focus on the latest colors and products for Spring. Products include newest offerings from Revlon, L'Oreal and Maybelline.

*       March 27, Noon to 3 pm:   Hair styling tips by Conair(r)-free of charge. Representatives will spotlight the latest hair styling tools and tips.

Participating stores will also distribute coupons and samples, including products from Nordic Naturals, Banana Boat, Colgate and Bio True.

For more information on the spring "Health & Beauty Event," visit

Monday, March 14, 2011

New Point Wells Urban Center Hopes To Bring Neighbors On Board

Today, a state Senate committee in Olympia will consider a bill that would require counties to share more planning authority with neighboring cities. The bill was sparked by the Point Wells development, which has placed Snohomish County at odds with the people just over the county line.


The story from KUOW Radio:

Saturday, March 5, 2011

KUOW story about Point Wells

Point Wells Development Faces Challenge From Its Neighbors

Amy Radil
At a time of record foreclosures and stalled condo projects, one development is moving briskly forward. Developers at Point Wells on Puget Sound want to build high–rise condos along with retail and business. But neighbors oppose the project. They're fighting with Snohomish County over the project's viability. KUOW's Amy Radil reports.

Read or listen to the entire story here: