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Readers submit snow photos

With snow blanketing the area, we asked readers of www.arlingtontimes.com and www.marysvilleglobe.com to submit their snow photos. The following photos were taken and submitted by members of our communities.

If you have photos of local kids playing in the snow, vehicles stuck in the snow or any other cool photos of the area's first major snowfall of the winter, then you're invited to send them to us for possible publication in The Arlington Times or The Marysville Globe, either in the newspaper or on our websites.

Be sure to include when and where the photos were taken, and by whom.

Please email your snow photos to editor@marysvilleglobe.com.

Have fun and stay safe.

Here are the reader submitted photos we've received so far:

A photo taken from a motion-activated cam in neighborhood across from Marysville's Cedarcrest Golf Course at 67th Street On Jan. 17. Photo courtesy of Matthew Taylor.

This was taken Jan. 17 at 11:44 a.m., in the Pacific Meadows neighborhood in North Marysville. Photo courtesy of by Brenda Swenson.

Anthony and Connor building a 7-foot-tall snowman in Gleneagle. Taken Jan. 17. Photo courtesy of Kathleen Parra.

Anthony and Connor, Kyllie and Sarah, building Mr. and Mrs. Snowmen in Gleneagle. Taken Jan. 17. Photo courtesy of Kathleen Parra.

This was fun in our front yard near Cedarcrest Golf Course. Photo courtesy of Autumn Blodgett.

This was fun in our front yard near Cedarcrest Golf Course. Photo courtesy of Autumn Blodgett.

This was fun in our front yard near Cedarcrest Golf Course. Photo courtesy of Autumn Blodgett.

Blake Hundley, aged three and a half years, does his part to help plow the Arlington Airport on Jan. 17. Photo courtesy of Laura Haws.

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