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Front Porch: Town hall on underage drinking

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Underage drinking
A town hall meeting about underage drinking is set for Wednesday night at Henry M. Jackson High School.
The event is to focus on topics including the dangers of underage drinking, liabilities to teens and parents, and empowering and educating parents and their teens. The meeting begins with a dinner at 6 p.m., followed by a presentation and panel discussion at 6:30 p.m. Parents must RSVP for the dinner and to receive childcare services.
Henry M. Jackson High School is located at 1508 136th St. SE.
For more information, contact Lyn Lauzon at or 425-385-7178.

Resource fair to help the disabled: Snohomish County and Everett schools are helping to sponsor the 15th annual Snohomish County Transition Resource Fair March 27 at Cascade High School.
The annual fair hosts more than 60 agencies and offers classes about community resources and support available to people with developmental disabilities.
The free event is scheduled from 4 to 8:30 p.m. People with disabilities who are 12 and older, their family members, teachers and other interested community members are encouraged to attend. The school is at 801 E Casino Road, Everett.
For more information, go to ResourceFair or call 425-388-7320.

Hunt for eggs: The Easter egg hunt will soon be on. If your town, city, organization or church is having an Easter egg hunt or planning to host an event involving the Easter bunny, let us know and we'll put the event in the Herald's A&E section.
Send information regarding Easter egg hunts to Theresa Goffredo at The deadline is March 23.
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