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Rural cluster proposed near Lakewood
The Snohomish County Hearing Examiner has rescheduled two days of hearings on a proposed rural cluster with 49 lots on 166.53 acres proposed at 52nd Avenue and 192nd Street Northwest near Lakewood. The new hearing dates are Feb. 11 and 12 in the hearing room of the county administration building east, at 300 Rockefeller Ave. in Everett. The application was submitted by Lake Goodwin Investment Properties. For information call the county planning department 425-388-3538.
A movie to honor firefighters
The Assembly of God Church in Arlington is planning a special tribute to Arlington area firefighters. They are showing a movie, “Fire Proof” at 5:30 p.m., Feb. 15, and the community is invited to join in the fun. They have capactiy for 500 and tickets are free. Children age 4-12 also get a movie of their own, “A New Vegie” and child care will be provided. “We’ve invited all the Arlington, Bryant and Silvana firefighters,” said Kathy Carlin. “We just want to honor them.” The movie will be presented at the church, 201 N. Stillaguamish Ave. For information call 360-435-8981.
Introduction to foster parenting
A free foster parenting class will be offered at Compass Health in Everett, 5 p.m., Friday, Feb. 20. The training is open to community members who want to learn how children enter foster care, about therapeutic foster care, what the requirements is to become a foster parent, and how you can make a difference in the life of a child.
The class will be held at 4526 Federal Ave., in Everett, Building 1.
To register for the class please leave a message at 425-232-7933 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, phone number, the name of the training, and the date of the class. Classes of four or less may be cancelled so be sure to register by Feb. 17.
For information about Compass Health’s Therapeutic Foster Care program call 425-349-8480 or see the Web site at www.compassfosters.org. For information about Compass Health go to www.compasshealth.org.
Take A Vet To Lunch seeks donations
Bob Rawe of the non-profit organization‚ Take A Vet To Lunch‚ has decided to continue sponsoring meals for veterans from all branches of service on a quarterly basis.
“They don’t have to be inactive to be considered a veteran to attend the meal. Meals are free to vets and Rawe is seeking donations to help pay for it.
The next free meal is Feb. 28 at the Masonic Temple in Marysville where the capacity is 160.
“We hope to have at 50 percent veterans,” Rawe said. This is a great time for civilians to share some time with their favorite ves. It gives the veterans an opportunity to share their experiences and for everyone to have some fun together.
If you know of a veteran that would enjoy a free meal and a great time, please contact Sheila at 360-657-7204 or by email at Sheila@bluenestingeagles.com or Bob Rawe at email@example.com or Peggy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Silvana Fair board seeks donations for
The Silvana Fair Board has announced it’s auction will be held March 14 at Viking Hall and donations are needed. Call 360-652-6064 or 360-652-8682.
Seeking former members of Arlington Boys & Girls Club
The director of the Arlington Boys & Girls Club, Bill Kinney, has announced an extra special event as part of this year’s auction. They plan to honor alumni of the club at the 15th annual auction set for May 2.
“We are searching for alumni,” Kinney said. “We know there are some college athletes, firemen, police officers, and maybe even United State Representative Rick Larsen,” Kinney said.
The Arlington Boys & Girls Club was founded in the early 1970s in downtown Arlington, occupying a couple of different buildings until the new club opened in 1993.
“I know for a fact that I played basketball at the club in 1973,” Kinney said.
“We are researching history of the club now. We believe it was a teacher named Garrow who started it. His grandson, Dave Garrow is now attending.” The club also welcomes donations for the auction.
For more information about the event, call the 360-435-4442.
VCS seeks volunteer directors
Village Community Services is recruiting volunteers to sit on its board of directors. Its perfect candidates passionately believe in the rights, talents, and potential of people with disabilities, and want to work toward their full inclusion in the workforce and community life. The VCS board of directors takes a leadership role in setting the vision and policies that govern VCS’s services to people with disabilities; informs the community about the skills and abilities people with disabilities have to offer; advises the agency based on individual expertise and experience; and ensures the financial health of VCS through stewardship, legislative advocacy and friend-raising. The board meets at
6:30 p.m. on the last Tuesday of the month.
For information call Michelle Dietz-Date at 360-653-7752 ext. 14 or email@example.com.