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Published: Tuesday, March 25, 2014, 1:36 p.m.

Around Snohomish County

Arlington: Drug awareness event postponed
The Arlington Drug Awareness Coalition has decided to postpone the Out of the Shadows community event scheduled for Wednesday due to the devastating mudslide that hit the area on Saturday.
The event has been rescheduled for April 9 at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center, located at 18821 Crown Ridge Blvd. in Arlington. The resource fair is scheduled for 6 p.m. with the presentation beginning at 7 p.m.
Bridge closed March 31-April 1
The Jim Creek bridge on Jordan Road next to River Meadows Park will be closed March 31 and April 1 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. for construction work. Work to widen the one-lane bridge to two lanes stopped last year when fall weather set in. Once work on the bridge approaches and paving is completed, the bridge will be opened to two-lane traffic, which, depending on the weather, may happen by the end of April. Jordan Road south of the bridge is accessible from Granite Falls, the north part from Arlington. During closures, drivers can take Burn Road between Arlington and Granite Falls.
Darrington: Post office to serve Oso customers
The 350 customers who receive home delivery in Oso may pick up their mail at the Darrington Post Office.
The change comes after road closures and emergency conditions resulted from the mudslide Saturday.
Oso customers who have a post office box in Arlington can expect their regular mail service to continue.
The Darrington post office is at 715 Givens Ave. It is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m., Monday through Friday. Customers need to provide appropriate identification to pick up mail.
Marysville: Open house for retiring fire chief
An open house is planned for Sunday to honor Marysville fire battalion chief Rex Tucker, who is retiring after 41 years. Tucker began as a volunteer firefighter and was hired full-time in 1980. Tucker’s two grown sons, Jason and Jeff, also are Marysville firefighters.
The open house is set for 2 p.m. Sunday at Fire Station 62, 10701 Shoultes Road.
Monroe: Event for stricken boy
People are set to videotape themselves jumping into Lake Tye as part of a benefit for a Monroe boy who is fighting so-called flesh-eating bacteria at Seattle Children’s Hospital.
The “Prey for Trey Spring Challenge” is scheduled at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Lake Tye Park.
Trey Lauren, 13, landed in the hospital and has been diagnosed with necrotizing fasciitis, the flesh-eating bacteria syndrome. The 7th grade Hidden River Middle School athlete has undergone several surgeries since mid-March. More procedures are expected in the coming weeks.
Event organizers plan to send Trey the videos of people jumping into the lake as a way to lift his spirits. Shirts and bracelets are expected to be sold to raise money for his expenses.
Snohomish: Internet marketing seminar scheduled
The city of Snohomish Economic Development has scheduled an upcoming two-part seminar on using the Internet in business.
Todd Huotari, owner of Inquisitek, a digital design and marketing company, is expected to cover techniques for market research and planning. He is set to discuss how to build an online marketing platform.
Joy Burke, owner of Joy A. Burke Copywriting Services, is expected to go over the importance of creating good content and how to do it. The first session is scheduled for 9 to 10 a.m. on Monday. The second is set for April 14.
People can register at inquisitek.com. The seminar is limited to 15 people. It costs $20 per session.
Both events will be held at Snohomish City Hall, located at 116 Union Ave. in Snohomish.

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