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EVENTS

Mukilteo meeting

The Mukilteo City Council will have a regular meeting at 6 p.m. Monday in the City Council Chambers, 11930 Cyrus Way.

Proclamations include Happy Birthday, Mukilteo! and National Police Week.

The agenda includes financial updates and a discussion about the current form of government from its strong-mayor system, with the head of government elected separately by voters, to a council-manager form, in which the council chooses one of its own members to serve as mayor.

Explore Washington’s history in music

Highlighting 10 songs by 10 artists, music historian Amanda Wilde will take you on a journey through Washington’s history. She’s hosted shows on both KEXP and KUOW, and won an award for her contributions to the jazz community.

Join her Tuesday, from noon to 1 p.m., at Rosehill Community Center, 304 Lincoln Ave, Mukilteo.

More info: Deanna Dunkin Smith, UW-Osher Lifelong Learning Institute volunteer, 425-513-8704

Coffee with a cop

Join officers from the Everett Police Department at Starbucks between 2 and 4 p.m. May 22 at 515 SE Everett Mall Way.

Families are encouraged. Talk in a relaxed atmosphere about issues facing the community.

OPPORTUNITY

Student conservation group hiring

The Edmonds Student Conservation Association is looking for local students aged 15 to 19 to serve on their summer Edmonds Urban Community Crew.

The crew will work in Edmonds parks from July 8 to August 16 helping with habitat restoration, trail maintenance, and other projects. Crew members also participate in a mandatory expense-paid wilderness camping trip.

No experience is necessary and all training is provided. Applications will be accepted through June 1.

More info: Michael Helms, Northwest teams coordinator, at mhelms@thesca.org or apply at thesca.org

House check

The Lynnwood Police Department provides house checks for those on vacation.

Fill out an application at the Lynnwood Police Department website, or sign up at the Lynnwood Municipal Court clerk’s office, 19321 44th Ave. W.

More info: Lisa Wellington, LWellington@LynnwoodWa.gov or 425-6701-5635

Trunk sale

Register now to become a seller at the Camano Center’s Community Trunk Sale, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on July 13. Each space is $20 for members and $25 for those who aren’t. Sign up at the Camano Center, 606 Arrowhead Road, Camano Island.

The event will be in the center’s parking lot. There’s no entry fee for shoppers.

More info: 360-387-0222

Everett flower planting

Help beautify downtown Everett. Join parks staff in planting flowers in planters and containers. No registration is required — just show up at 8:30 a.m. May 17 at the corner of Hewitt and Colby avenues, Everett. Gloves and trowels will be provided.

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