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Monica Berginc was inspired to create and coordinate the event by meeting 2009's Mrs. Washington international, DeAnna Emborski, at the All American Girl Pageant in Marysville in February. Berginc wanted to organize a children's and young adults' beauty pageant to support a worthwhile community cause, and after hearing how Emborski, the outgoing publisher of The Marysville Globe and The Arlington Times, used her participation in pageants to raise awareness about domestic violence, Berginc chose Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County as Crowns For Hope's cause.Marysville American Legion conducts flag retirement in Arlington
Post 178 Cmdr. Ken Cage is inviting anyone who owns a flag that has "outlived its usefulness" to call him at 360-659-5808 to arrange for the proper disposal of those flags.Use it or lose it
My parents retired several years ago. Like many of you who are also retired from a lifetime of work, my folks were excited to choose how to spend their free time.
Many options were made available to them, ranging from golf to volunteering in schools, and from biking groups to pinochle clubs. I am thankful that they have chosen a variety of activities to fill their days—activities that challenge them both mentally and physically.‘Tips taking it to the streets
The parking lot on the corner of Hewitt and Lombard avenues will host the first Everett Silvertips Street Hockey Tournament July 17.
“We were just trying to find ways to stay relevant in the summertime around the county, both in fitness and in staying active outside and this was a clear option,” said Jon Rosen, director of broadcasting and public relations for the Western Hockey League team based in Everett.New tenant could occupy Smokey Point Food Pavilion building by early next year
McClure, an Arlington resident, will serve as first vice-chair of the Board of Directors, while James, a Tulalip resident, will chair the Board's Fundraising Committee.Picking blueberries on Arlington's Red Rooster Route is an outdoor adventure
Northbound SR 529 across the Ebey Slough Bridge will completely close from 9 p.m. July 28 to 10 a.m. July 29 for concrete barrier placement.
Work began the week of July 19 on the new Ebey Slough Bridge to replace the current stretch of State Route 529 connecting Marysville and Everett.