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Applause: Garden club puts up new sign at Arlington park

  • Arlington Mayor Barb Tolbert, Ruth Westra, Mike Connor and Garden Club President Meg Jacobsen celebrate a new sign for Lebanon Park.

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    Arlington Mayor Barb Tolbert, Ruth Westra, Mike Connor and Garden Club President Meg Jacobsen celebrate a new sign for Lebanon Park.

  • Snohomish Boy Scout Tyler C. Hoff's Eagle Scout project was the construction of two pedestrian paths at Hill Park in Snohomish.

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    Snohomish Boy Scout Tyler C. Hoff's Eagle Scout project was the construction of two pedestrian paths at Hill Park in Snohomish.

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  • Arlington Mayor Barb Tolbert, Ruth Westra, Mike Connor and Garden Club President Meg Jacobsen celebrate a new sign for Lebanon Park.

    Submitted photo

    Arlington Mayor Barb Tolbert, Ruth Westra, Mike Connor and Garden Club President Meg Jacobsen celebrate a new sign for Lebanon Park.

  • Snohomish Boy Scout Tyler C. Hoff's Eagle Scout project was the construction of two pedestrian paths at Hill Park in Snohomish.

    Submitted photo

    Snohomish Boy Scout Tyler C. Hoff's Eagle Scout project was the construction of two pedestrian paths at Hill Park in Snohomish.

Members of the Arlington Garden Club gathered recently for the unveiling of a new park sign that the club donated for Lebanon Park, located on Lebanon Street across from Les Schwab.
Arlington Garden Club memebrs have historically been caretakers of flower beds within the park.
International honor for Everett staffer
Mary Schoenfeldt, the public education coordinator for Everett's Office of Emergency Management, is being inducted into the International Network of Women in Emergency Management Hall of Fame this Saturday in Reno, Nev.
Schoenfeldt is a pioneer in school crisis response, disaster stress management and emergency management. She's written five books on those topics, developed school and workplace safety programs and been an adviser to the U.S. Department of Education and FEMA.
She is frequently asked to lead trainings for government organizations, private companies, nonprofits and other disaster management professionals.
Schoenfeldt is often called to assist with real-world crises, most recently the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
Snohomish Scout earns Eagle rank
Tyler C. Hoff achieved the Boy Scouts of America rank of Eagle Scout on Sept. 17.
Earlier this summer, Tyler planned, organized, and completed his Eagle Scout project by constructing two pedestrian walkways in Hill Park in Snohomish.
The project required Tyler and his team to lay down 4-by-4 timbers, use rebar to hold them in place and then spread gravel to reduce slipping at the entrance and then use cedar playground chips in between the 4-by-4 timbers to complete the walkways.
These new pathways allow easier access from the street into the park for all of the neighborhood families.

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