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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, October 04, 2012

She's no zombie

Abby Carter talks about "Zombies."Abby Carter only writes about them.

The Interlake High School junior is featured in this month's Lake to Lake news show after she wrote the script for "Zombies," which will be at the Bellevue Youth Theatre Oct. 26-Nov. 4.

"I would like the audience to feel really good and entertained," Abby says of the play, which offers a light-hearted look at the undead. "I'm just excited to be a part of the process and then to see the performance. I can't wait."

Lake to Lake is available on the city's YouTube channel, Internet site and on Bellevue TV (Channel 21). It's created and produced by city staff with help from Bellevue College students. This month's host is Claude Iosso with the City Manager's Office.

This month's features also include an interview with King County Library System director and Bellevue resident Bill Ptacek and a look back at the first Lake to Lake Bike Ride. Other segments on the program include:

  • Bellevue's repeat inclusion on a national advocacy group's list of top 100 communities for young people;
  • A City Council discussion about proposed garbage rate hike by the county; and
  • A naturalization ceremony at City Hall.

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