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UPDATE | The Saga Continues: Complete 'Twilight Saga' showing at Marysville Regal Cinemas
Jun 30 2010, 8:16 AM
Marysville Regal Cinemas, located at 9811 State Ave., is showing all three films in "The Twilight Saga" June 29-30, and The Marysville Globe is giving its readers an opportunity to take part in a "Twilight Saga" of their own.
Friendship Walk raises money for ‘Voices’
Jun 30 2010, 7:17 AM
ARLINGTON — Cindy Somers smiles as she describes her son’s musical talents.
Arlington moms hit the gridiron against Lakewood moms in July 18 Powder Puff game
Jul 07 2010, 3:56 PM
LAKEWOOD — Moms from Lakewood and Arlington have been sitting in the stands, watching their sons for so long they’ve decided to strap on some cleats and see what football is all about.
Tulalip Lions Club, PC Recycle of Arlington team up to fill truck with 'e-waste'
Jul 07 2010, 10:18 AM
TULALIP — The Tulalip Lions Club and PC Recycle of Arlington teamed up to help area techies dispose of their old and outdated electronics in an environmentally safe way.
Both groups collected "e-waste" at the northeast corner of the Tulalip Home Depot lot June 25-26, filling half a truck with items ranging from TVs and CPUs to keyboards and scanners, and receiving $109 in cash donations in the process.
Alysia Roe of the Tulalip Lions Club expects they'll conduct more such recycling drives in the future, albeit with more prior promotion and different event times than this year's shifts of noon to 4 p.m. on both days.
Red Cross encourages people and pet safety during days of excessive heat buildup
Jul 07 2010, 12:04 PM
With temperatures expected to rise this week, the American Red Cross encourages individuals and families to take the necessary precautions. The very young and the elderly are especially vulnerable to the heat, so it is important that families and friends check on them regularly. People with chronic health issues are also at greater risk and need to take special care to stay healthy in the heat.
Fly-In draws planes, people to Arlington
Jul 09 2010, 12:16 PM
ARLINGTON — One thing that regular visitors to the Arlington Fly-In noticed this year is how much the five-day event has grown over the course of its 43 years.
'Crowns For Hope' pageant supports Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County
Jul 09 2010, 12:28 PM
TULALIP — The first "Crowns For Hope" charity luncheon pageant is set for July 31, but the deadline to enter without a late fee is July 24.
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
Jul 13 2010, 7:56 AM
ARLINGTON — Marysville American Legion Post 178 is interested in collecting any American flags that need to be retired for a flag disposal ceremony July 25 near Bryant.
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
Jul 16 2010, 11:08 AM
Gooding’s guide to fitness
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
Jul 16 2010, 11:10 AM
EVERETT — The Everett Silvertips are giving their fans a chance to take center stage — across the street from the Comcast Arena.
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.