They only roll out the goods every two years, so take advantage of seeing the Camano Island Quilters show called “25 Years of Quilting.”
It’s planned for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and Saturday at Stanwood Middle School, 9405 271st St. NE in Stanwood. It costs $5 at the door.
This year’s show features the work of charter members, says Kristi Willard, of Camano Island. The guild was formed in 1986.
Organizers say the location offers a large, well-lit room to fill with their work. Vendors will be on hand selling fabric, books, machines, woodwork and gifts.
The group is involved with making comfort quilts for children in need, American Hero Quilts for injured soldiers and quilts for historic cabins at Cama Beach State Park.
Membership topped 150 this year and new members are always welcome. They meet monthly to learn new skills and help one another with techniques.
Stanwood High School home economics classes will be on hand raising money for their programs.
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Kaitlyn Peterson, a senior at Marysville Getchell High School, has been recruited by Washington State University to play volleyball. She has a 3.8 grade-point average.
According to “Indian Country” blog, the student, who wants to become a teacher, is a member of the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, based on the Olympic Peninsula.
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Folks don’t always get brunch at a rummage sale, but they aim to please at the Camano Island Yacht Club.
Search for treasures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today and Saturday at 129 N. Sunset Drive on Camano Island.
On Sunday, when the rummage goods go on sale for half-off, brunch is served for $8, or $5 for children. Brunch includes bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, omelettes, hash browns, fresh fruit, sweet rolls, juice, coffee and tea from 8 a.m. to noon.
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Mabel Hegewald, 92, who lives in Marysville, responds to a recent note in this column about the secret to making yummy cinnamon rolls.
“Put milk and brown sugar in the bottom of the pan,” Hegewald says. “And butter and cinnamon.”
After the rolls cook, turn them upside down and enjoy the caramel topping.
She says she knows what she’s talking about in the kitchen. She used to bake seven loaves of bread twice a week for a family of six.
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Andrew Wolfe, owner and massage therapist at Harmony Licensed Massage Therapy in Arlington, is scheduled to be a keynote speaker at 6:45 p.m. Monday on Everett radio station KRKO (1380 AM).
He’ll speak during a program called “Health Matters.” Listeners can call in and ask questions about massage therapy.
Wolfe has a master’s degree in metaphysics and is certified as a life coach, he says.
Kristi O’Harran: 425-339-3451; email@example.com.