Susan Graham, a science teacher at Eton School in Bellevue, was named the Mary Haviland Science Teacher of the Year on Saturday. She was honored at...
Susan Graham, a science teacher at Eton School in Bellevue, was named the Mary Haviland Science Teacher of the Year on Saturday. She was honored at the Washington State Science and Engineering Fair in Bremerton.
Graham teaches science to grades one through seven at Eton and uses multiple hands-on activities at each level. She organizes two science fairs at the private school. Each spring she accompanies the students who volunteer to participate in the Science and Engineering Fair to Bremerton.
The Mary Haviland award includes a donation to the school, a marble plaque and a traveling trophy.
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City designates day to honor its “Idol”
Bothell has proclaimed Wednesday as “Blake Lewis Day,” in honor of the Bothell resident who this week became a top-eight finalist on “American Idol.”
The presentation will be made at Tuesday’s City Council meeting, which begins at 6 p.m. at the Bothell Municipal Court, 10116 N.E. 183rd St.
Mayor Mark Lamb will present the proclamation to Lewis’ parents, Dallas and Dinah Lewis.
The proclamation came about through the efforts of The Blaker Girls, his official fan club, and the Northshore School District, which coordinated support for a “Blake Lewis Day.”
Sanjaya Malakar, of Federal Way, also is in the final eight.
Hopelink hosting comedy benefit
Hopelink is hosting a comedy night on Wednesday as a benefit fundraiser for the agency’s End Summer Hunger program. Comedy Relief features headlining comics Joe Vespaziani and Brad Upton and other guests.
Comedy Relief will be held at the Kirkland Performance Center at 350 Kirkland Ave. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show begins at 7:30 p.m. A hosted dessert reception and no-host bar will both be available at intermission.
Tickets are $45 per person, or $40 per person for groups of four or more. Tickets can be purchased by calling 425-897-3703 or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hopelink’s End Summer Hunger program raises money and food to stock its food-bank shelves during the high-demand summer months when free or reduced-cost school meals are not available. During that time, low-income families turn to Hopelink for extra groceries to feed their school-age children.
Seattle Times Eastside bureau