Senior Girl Scout Troop 42093 of Mountlake Terrace recently collected three full grocery carts of food for the Edmonds Food Bank in just 90 minutes at the Mountlake Terrace Albertsons for the Edmonds Food Bank.
The girls are busy raising funds for their upcoming trip to Europe and will work towards earning their Gold Awards next year. They keep busy volunteering with various community service projects whenever they can.
Cub Scout honored by VFW
At the Boy Scouts of America Cub Pack 331 Blue and Gold program held Feb. 23, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1040 of Lynnwood presented the Bob McMurphy Scouting Spirit Award to Webelos Cub Scout Ty Harris. This award is given to a Pack 331 Cub Scout with strong leadership skills, as well as demonstrates outstanding personal character.
North County staffers promoted
North County Regional Fire Authority recently announced the promotions of Scott Johnson to battalion chief and Alex Johnson to captain. They were recognized Jan. 23 with a badge-pinning ceremony at the Warm Beach Station 97.
Williams joins Angus Association
Dakota Williams of Marysville is a new junior member of the American Angus Association, a national organization with headquarters in Saint Joseph, Mo.
Junior members of the association can register cattle with the group, participate in National Junior Angus Association programs and take part in association-sponsored shows and other national and regional events.
The American Angus Association is the largest beef breed association in the world, with more than 25,000 active adult and junior members. Junior members are 21 and younger.
Arlington declares Rotary Day
The Arlington City Council proclaimed Feb. 23 as Rotary Day to recognize the national service organization's birthday and the local club's dedication to improve lives in the community and around the globe.
The proclamation can be read at http://bit.ly/15KLP4E.
The Rotary Club of Arlington has put on the Great Stilly Duck Dash since 1988. This summer it will celebrate the 25th anniversary of Duck Dash by raising money to benefit the communities of Arlington, Lakewood and Darrington and humanitarian projects around the world, like the eradication of polio.
For more information, go to www.rotaryclubofarlington.com.
Edmonds City Hall awarded Energy Star label
For the third consecutive year, the United States U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recognized Edmonds City Hall for its superior energy performance with an Energy Star label, according to Jim Stevens, facilities maintenance manager.
The honor acknowledges performance currently within the top 20 percent of its peer structures across the United States. Among municipalities within the state, only Edmonds has attained this consistency.
In addition to operating more efficiently than four or five comparable buildings across the United States, Edmonds City Hall has also reduced its consumption of power by 6.3 percent since its baseline-rating year of 2007.
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