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  • Clyde Fields (center), a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 921 in Snohomish, was honored May 17 for his 66 years of service with the VFW by Dist...

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    Clyde Fields (center), a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 921 in Snohomish, was honored May 17 for his 66 years of service with the VFW by District 1 Cmdr. Jim Traner (right) and Post 921 Cmdr. Danny Houghton.

  • Soroptimist International of Everett recently held its Awards Banquet and honored the following individuals and organizations: (front row from left) R...

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    Soroptimist International of Everett recently held its Awards Banquet and honored the following individuals and organizations: (front row from left) Renata Maybruck, Housing Hope; Luane Kunz, YWCA; Jaycie Strange, high school student; Azra Grudic, Peoria House; Christina Hughes, working mom; Paul Newman-Skomski, Peoria House; (back row from left) Debbie Blodgett, Shared Hope and Soroptimist International member; Kathy Sparkman, YWCA; Elaine Strinivas, Housing Hope; Anna Pischer, high school student; Sylvia Anderson, Everett Gospel Mission; and Diana Coletta, Leanne Hofford and Michelle Pihl, Girl Scouts.

  • Eleven local Retired and Senior Volunteer Program members were honored recently for a lifetime achievement in volunteering with the President’s “Call ...

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    Eleven local Retired and Senior Volunteer Program members were honored recently for a lifetime achievement in volunteering with the President’s “Call to Service” award. Winners include (back row from left) Henry Thomas, Lenora Spears, Bobby Hanna, Alan Gale, Pat Hodgen, (front row from left) Weston Nielsen, Phyllis Henshaw and Jan Hart. Not pictured are Ernalee Munday, Connie Riley and Al Setzer.

  • Kiwanis Club of Snohomish President Dawn Kulaga (from left), Scott Titterness, Chelsea Saunders, and Marci Volmer present a check for $20,000 to benef...

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    Kiwanis Club of Snohomish President Dawn Kulaga (from left), Scott Titterness, Chelsea Saunders, and Marci Volmer present a check for $20,000 to benefit the Snohomish Boys & Girls Club.

  • Bill Tsoukalas

    Bill Tsoukalas

  • Garden Court Retirement Community’s community relations director Mary Hackley and marketing assistant Cathy Kent deliver a barbecue lunch to the crew ...

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    Garden Court Retirement Community’s community relations director Mary Hackley and marketing assistant Cathy Kent deliver a barbecue lunch to the crew at Fire District 1’s Mariner Fire Station 11 in south Everett for National EMS Week. Also pictured (from left) are firefighter Jesse Altizer, firefighter Steve Francis and Capt. John Chalfant

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  • Clyde Fields (center), a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 921 in Snohomish, was honored May 17 for his 66 years of service with the VFW by Dist...

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    Clyde Fields (center), a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 921 in Snohomish, was honored May 17 for his 66 years of service with the VFW by District 1 Cmdr. Jim Traner (right) and Post 921 Cmdr. Danny Houghton.

  • Soroptimist International of Everett recently held its Awards Banquet and honored the following individuals and organizations: (front row from left) R...

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    Soroptimist International of Everett recently held its Awards Banquet and honored the following individuals and organizations: (front row from left) Renata Maybruck, Housing Hope; Luane Kunz, YWCA; Jaycie Strange, high school student; Azra Grudic, Peoria House; Christina Hughes, working mom; Paul Newman-Skomski, Peoria House; (back row from left) Debbie Blodgett, Shared Hope and Soroptimist International member; Kathy Sparkman, YWCA; Elaine Strinivas, Housing Hope; Anna Pischer, high school student; Sylvia Anderson, Everett Gospel Mission; and Diana Coletta, Leanne Hofford and Michelle Pihl, Girl Scouts.

  • Eleven local Retired and Senior Volunteer Program members were honored recently for a lifetime achievement in volunteering with the President’s “Call ...

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    Eleven local Retired and Senior Volunteer Program members were honored recently for a lifetime achievement in volunteering with the President’s “Call to Service” award. Winners include (back row from left) Henry Thomas, Lenora Spears, Bobby Hanna, Alan Gale, Pat Hodgen, (front row from left) Weston Nielsen, Phyllis Henshaw and Jan Hart. Not pictured are Ernalee Munday, Connie Riley and Al Setzer.

  • Kiwanis Club of Snohomish President Dawn Kulaga (from left), Scott Titterness, Chelsea Saunders, and Marci Volmer present a check for $20,000 to benef...

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    Kiwanis Club of Snohomish President Dawn Kulaga (from left), Scott Titterness, Chelsea Saunders, and Marci Volmer present a check for $20,000 to benefit the Snohomish Boys & Girls Club.

  • Bill Tsoukalas

    Bill Tsoukalas

  • Garden Court Retirement Community’s community relations director Mary Hackley and marketing assistant Cathy Kent deliver a barbecue lunch to the crew ...

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    Garden Court Retirement Community’s community relations director Mary Hackley and marketing assistant Cathy Kent deliver a barbecue lunch to the crew at Fire District 1’s Mariner Fire Station 11 in south Everett for National EMS Week. Also pictured (from left) are firefighter Jesse Altizer, firefighter Steve Francis and Capt. John Chalfant

Tsoukalas awarded national Boys & Girls Clubs' highest honorBoys and Girls Clubs of America on May 10 honored Bill Tsoukalas, executive director of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County, with the 2014 Thomas G. Garth Character and Courage Award — the highest honor the national organization can bestow on a Club professional. Tsoukalas was presented with the award during a ceremony held at the Clubs annual National Conference in San Francisco.
The award is presented each year during the national conference to a Club professional who best exemplifies the qualities and character that made former Club President Thomas G. Garth an extraordinary leader and role model during his decades of service to the organization.
Longtime VFW member honoredClyde Fields, a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 921 in Snohomish, received special recognition and a certificate of appreciation for his 66 years of service to the Veterans of Foreign Wars. VFW District 1 Cmdr. Jim Traner and Post 921's Cmdr. Danny Houghton presented the award at the VFW District 1 annual meeting and convention held May 17. Fields served as VFW County Council commander 1948-1949 and District 1 commander 1949-1950.
Lifetimes of service for 11 RSVP volunteersThe Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of Snohomish County (RSVP) held its annual volunteer recognition event May 7. This year, 11 RSVP volunteers received the President's “Call to Service” lifetime service award. This award is reserved for those volunteers with over 4,000 hours of documented service.
This year's recipients were Alan Gale, Henry Thomas and Wes Nielsen of Everett, Phyllis Henshaw of Lake Stevens, Al Setzer, Connie Riley and Pat Hodgen of Lynnwood, Ernalee Munday of Marysville, Jan Hart of Mountlake Terrace, and Lenora Spears and Bobbi Hanna of Stanwood.
Soroptimists hand out awardsSoroptimist International of Everett recently held its Awards Banquet and honored the following individuals and organizations: Renata Maybruck and Elaine Strinivas, Housing Hope; Luane Kunz and Kathy Sparkman, YWCA; Jaycie Strange, high school student recognized for her volunteer efforts; Azra Grudic and Paul Newman-Skomski, Peoria House; Christina Hughes, working mom and served our country for 13 years; Debbie Blodgett, Shared Hope and Soroptimist International member; Anna Pischer, senior at Henry M. Jackson High School (scholarship); Sylvia Anderson, Everett Gospel Mission; Diana Coletta, Leanne Hofford and Michelle Pihl, Girl Scouts.
Lunch for EMTs in south EverettGarden Court Retirement Community in Everett celebrated National EMS Week on May 18 by delivering a lunch of barbecue ribs, homemade corn bread and slaw to the crew at Fire District 1's Mariner Fire Station 11 in south Everett. Mariner Fire Station 11 is the busiest of Fire District 1's 12 stations. It is home to Medic 11 and Engine 11.
Kiwanis Club funds big need at Boys & Girls ClubThe Kiwanis Club of Snohomish recently presented the Snohomish Boys & Girls Club with a $20,000 donation. All funds were raised as the featured “Fund-A-Need” item at the club's annual auction.
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