Thank you letters

The Arlington High School Class of 2018 Parent Group would like to thank the following businesses for supporting the AHS Class of 2018 Graduates!

Thank you to the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians for their generous donation toward the entire Grad Night, all night party. To Pilchuck Gardens for offering us the best fundraiser with the fall and spring flower bowls and baskets.

And for the generous donation for the blanket memoir from Mission Motors, First Choice Accounting Services, Dwayne Lanes, Kooy Trucking, The Shop at Mission Motors, and Northsound Physical Therapy.

And a special shout out to Cintas for the extra string bags and printing, Eagle Family Dental for the lip balm and toothbrushes, S&S Roofing for allowing us use of their parking lot for flower pick up and the Arlington Pharmacy, La Hacienda, Hubbs Pizza and Ellies at the Airport for their prize donations!

What a great community we live in. You all are the BEST!

Michelle Jaromin- Grad Night Party Lead

The team representing Marysville-Tulalip Pickleball wants all the folks in Marysville to know how well our city works together for community good!

In mid-May a group of us representing Pickleball for Marysville presented to the City Council and attending members our need for courts to play on.

We pointed out we fulfilled goals in both their Vision and Mission statements…to provide recreation and partnering with the community to provide services. The council wasted no time!

The council and representatives there swiftly gathered the school district and parks department to create a plan to provide such a space!

We want to thank particularly:

Mayor Jon Nehring for his leadership in gathering resources together to make this happen, and the council who caught the vision as well.

Jim Ballew of Marysville parks who was our close contact during the process of coordinating services, and whose department financed the cleaning and striping of Cedarcrest courts for our use.

Marysville School District: Particularly Greg Dennis, who directed the contractors on the work and coordinated support from the school board and superintendent; Greg Erickson, director of athletics, and Stephanie Clark, principal of Cedarcrest and the PE staff.

Also to Steve Powell of the Globe for his advice and support.

To our incredible surpris all these city representatives made this happen in less than a month! And we are now playing regularly, everyone welcome, at Cedarcrest.

We are thrilled and grateful, and proud of our community where resources can be combined to achieve something of benefit to the whole community.

Lynn Shinnick, Arlington

and the Marysville -Tulalip Pickleball Club

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