Alyssa (last name withheld), a Housing Hope resident and first-time skydiver, participated in the Fill the Sky with Hope event on June 25. The event, hosted by Skydive Snohomish, raised over $6,000 for Housing Hope. (Contributed photo)

Alyssa (last name withheld), a Housing Hope resident and first-time skydiver, participated in the Fill the Sky with Hope event on June 25. The event, hosted by Skydive Snohomish, raised over $6,000 for Housing Hope. (Contributed photo)

Community Extra: Applause

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The Everett Elks Knotty Knitters presented over 400 knitted and crocheted items to Christmas House at a June work day. Pictured with some of the items are (from left) Gregg Milne, of Christmas House, and Elks volunteers Rose Senn, Grace Castle, Peggy Miller, Dorothy Nopson, JoAn Anderton and Collenn Crowley. (Contributed photo)

The Everett Elks Knotty Knitters presented over 400 knitted and crocheted items to Christmas House at a June work day. Pictured with some of the items are (from left) Gregg Milne, of Christmas House, and Elks volunteers Rose Senn, Grace Castle, Peggy Miller, Dorothy Nopson, JoAn Anderton and Collenn Crowley. (Contributed photo)

The Lake Stevens Soccer Club recently recognized Christina Alldredge, a rising junior at Lake Stevens High School, for her work designing an original crest for the team’s new uniforms. (Contributed photo)

The Lake Stevens Soccer Club recently recognized Christina Alldredge, a rising junior at Lake Stevens High School, for her work designing an original crest for the team’s new uniforms. (Contributed photo)