Showing the Marysville waterfront could be used for recreational activities, about 60 city employees had a triathlon at Ebey Waterfront Park July 23. Along with kayaking a mile in the waters of Ebey Slough, they also participated individually and as teams on bicycle rides and for runs. The event was put on not only to encourage city employees to be healthy, but also to show the public the diversity of activities that could take place in the city’s waterfront area. - Kirk Boxleitner

City workers lead by example: Get healthy, use the waterfront

  • Jul 24, 2015 at 9:39AM

MARYSVILLE — In its continuing efforts to encourage citizens to lead healthier lifestyles and use its recreational amenities, Marysville employees sought to lead by example with their first triathlon at Ebey Waterfront Park July 23.


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NEW Gluten-Free Bob’s Red Mill Muffin Mix

My twist – Coconut Orange Muffins with Chocolate Chips using the NEW Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free Muffin Mix!   I am so excited about the NEW Gluten-Free Bob’s Red Mill Muffin Mix! It is so easy to use, just add a few ingredients to the mix – eggs, milk, butter or oil, mix it and...

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Sweet and Savory Real Good Bars

Well it’s official, I have found my new favorite slightly sweet and savory, nutty, chocolate bar by Food Should Taste Good, aka FSTG.  The new Real Good bars are – Hazelnut Sea Salt and Macadamia Chai. This is exciting news because both bars are certified Gluten-Free, NON-GMO, low salt, certified Kosher and use Fair Trade cocoa....

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Get Passionate With New Pür Mints

The summer season is in full swing with a busy delicious social calendar of smoky BBQs, garlicky dips and hotdogs overflowing with onions and relish at the ballpark.  What is a Gluten-Free Foodie to do in hot and sticky social situations to freshen things up?  No worries my friend, Pür Mints has the answer, NEW Pür Mints...

'Reading with Royalty' returns to Pinewood library

  • Jun 19, 2015 at 1:33AM

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Strawberry Festival Royalty helped Pinewood Elementary kick off its summer reading program in style on Wednesday, June 17, as students from kindergarten through the fifth grade returned to the school's library during their summer vacation to check out books and read with princes and princesses.


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