MARYSVILLE — Through his Teriyaki Box restaurant on Third Street, owner Mike Youn is already known for feeding the masses, but recently, he's taken steps to reach out further into the community, to feed those who may need it most. Youn's compassion for others is why he was recently named the city of Marysville's Volunteer of the Month.
In a continuing effort to address the needs of families impacted by the State Route 530 flood and mudslide, United Way is partnering with two highly regarded local organizations. Up to $24,750 will help Camp Fire USA's Snohomish County Council, to send 50 children from Darrington to Camp Killoqua this summer. Another $20,000 will help the North Sound Society of St. Vincent de Paul distribute full sets of new, pre-packaged household items to people who lost their homes in the March 22 mudslide.
MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Chapter of Soroptimist International is inviting the community to the Marysville-Pilchuck High School Auditorium again on Tuesday, April 15, from 7-9 p.m., as part of the group’s continued commitment to raising awareness about human sex trafficking.
MARYSVILLE — Several local officials have released statements about the March 22 Oso mudslide.
The Arlington and Marysville communities have continued to show their support for the survivors of the Oso mudslide through a series of local fundraising events throughout the week.
Those who are interested in pitching in for the survivors of the Oso mudslide can contribute throughout the weeks ahead, but they’d be advised to keep their weekends free for special events.
ARLINGTON — After they helped “Paint the Town Purple” on Saturday, March 22, the organizers and participants of the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life for Arlington are inviting current and prospective volunteers to their next “Relay Rally” meeting from 7-8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 8, at the Stillaguamish Senior Center, located at 18308 Smokey Point Blvd. in Arlington.
Businesses, community groups and individuals from Arlington, Smokey Point, Lakewood and Marysville have responded to the needs of the Oso and Darrington communities in the wake of the mudslide that cut across State Route 530 and the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River on March 22.
ARLINGTON — In times of tragedy, many people find strength in faith, and the Arlington community proved to be no exception in the wake of the Oso mudslide on March 22, as three different churches coordinated three consecutive days of religious observances for those affected by this disaster.
The businesses and community groups of North Snohomish County are chipping in on behalf of one of their own communities, as Oso and Darrington continue to recover from the landslide that impacted both towns on Saturday, March 22.