ARLINGTON — The next meeting of the Apologetics Forum of Snohomish County will start at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 25, at the Atonement Free Lutheran Church, located at 6905 172nd St. NE in Arlington.
TULALIP — Nearly 600 walkers started and ended their course at the Tulalip Amphitheatre for this year’s Walk MS in Tulalip on Saturday, April 12, and while this represented a slightly smaller turnout than last year’s local event, event organizers still considered it a healthy show of support given the other worthy causes close to home that are calling for people’s time and commitment.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Recreational Garden Group has had to find alternate quarters for its next two Saturday meetings, due to ongoing Oso mudslide recovery efforts.
ARLINGTON — Arlington celebrated its 13th year of receiving Tree City Awards during its Arbor Day tree-planting at the Country Charm Park and Conservation Area on Saturday, April 12.
ARLINGTON — Arlington High School senior Harlin Horrer received a $1,000 scholarship for college at the 12th Annual Students of Color Career Conference on March 27.
TULALIP — Walk MS Snohomish County is returning to the Tulalip Amphitheatre in Quil Ceda Village on Saturday, April 12, to raise funds for research, services and programs for people living with multiple sclerosis.
Saturday, April 12, will be a big day for the environment in both Arlington and Marysville, whether you’re observing Arbor Day at the Country Charm Park and Conservation Area in Arlington or Earth Day at Allen Creek in Marysville.
SMOKEY POINT — The Plant Farm at Smokey Point is presenting a series of Master Gardener clinics throughout the month of April.
ARLINGTON — A prayer service will be conducted for those affected by the Oso landslide at the Arlington United Church, located at 338 N MacLeod Ave., at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 24.
ARLINGTON — Arlington High School senior Jacob Tavenner has been named a finalist in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program.
ARLINGTON — Arlington High School Yearbook teacher Anne Hayman was recently notified that the 2012-13 Stillaguamish Trail yearbook has been named a finalist for the Yearbook/Magazine Pacemakers Award, given by the National Scholastic Press Association.
ARLINGTON — The employees of an Arlington manufacturing and construction company were able to pass on some tangible tokens of their concern and regard to returning veterans recently.
ARLINGTON — Those who missed the debut of the new Arlington gardening group on Feb. 22 will have another chance to catch up with the club on Saturday, March 22, from 10 a.m. to noon in the Stillaguamish Conference Room of the Arlington Utility Office Building, located at 154 Cox Ave.
ARLINGTON — Not only is Alice Spane turning 100 years old on March 9, but she can also say that she’s lived almost her entire life in North Snohomish County, from the time she grew up in the Stanwood/Bryant area.
ARLINGTON — When Leilani Lucrisia conducted a recent presentation on DNA and family research for the Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society of Arlington, she hadn’t expected the number of attendees who arrived.
ARLINGTON — Read a tale or two with Arlington’s best listeners, registered therapy dogs Gus and Mason, on Saturday, Feb. 22, beginning at 11 a.m.
ARLINGTON — Post Middle School announces its 36th Annual Social Studies Fair will be held March 15, 10 a.m. to noon, and will be open to the public. Eighth-grade students at Post Middle School research and present projects related to family history, local/Washington state history or United States history before 1900.
The Arlington and Marysville school districts are among those whose schools have received a total of 10 mini-grants for science-related educational projects from the Snohomish County Public Utility District. These grants help schools incorporate energy and water education into their curricula.
ARLINGTON — The next general meeting of the Centennial Trail Coalition of Snohomish County will take place Thursday, Jan. 30, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Stillaguamish Conference Room, located at 154 W. Cox Ave. in Arlington. The public is welcome to bring questions, comments and suggestions.
ARLINGTON — Whether you already have a green thumb or your interest in horticulture is just budding, the Arlington Community Garden currently has a limited number of planting beds available, adjacent to the Arlington Library at the intersection of N. Washington Avenue and E. Second Street.