Lending a helping hand this Winter
It seemed like we skipped Fall this year.
For a while, it seemed like it wasn’t even going to show at all, seeing how we had great weather well into September.
But then a windy October knocked out power to many neighborhoods. And a week of biting cold followed in early November.
Yup, the Seasons were indeed changing, but they seemed to be changing quicker than usual.
To help some school kids in lower income families get ready, the Woodinville and Bothell firefighter benevolent funds recently teamed up to buy and deliver dozens of coats to the Woodin Elementary School.
The items were delivered by a team from Woodinville Fire & Rescue: Community Service Officer David Weed, Firefighter Rick Ihrie, and Firefighter Drago Nevistic.
Said Greg Garat, President of both benevolent funds: “We’re glad we were able to help out.”