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Aircraft interiors job fair

Commercial Aircraft Interiors has scheduled job fairs to fill openings at its Arlington office.

The company is looking to hire people for inventory control, painting, production control, a repair station technician and a senior machinist.

Visit with company representatives from 3 to 6 p.m., on Wednesday and Jan. 22, at 19405 68th Drive NE, Suite A, Arlington.

Network with Engage Snohomish

Mix, mingle and network during Engage Snohomish next week.

Intended to create business connections, the event is based on the success of Engage Everett, which is also organized by Economic Alliance of Snohomish County.

The free event with raffle prizes will recur every third Wednesday of the month at rotating locations in Snohomish. Anyone can attend.

The first meeting of 2020 is scheduled for 4:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Double Barrel Wine Bar, 108 Avenue A, Snohomish.

State of Everett breakfast

Tickets for the annual State of Everett address are on sale.

The event brings business and city leaders together for a breakfast where Mayor Cassie Franklin shares her vision of the city’s future. Tickets range from $35 to $50.

The Jan. 16 event starts with networking at 7 a.m., followed by breakfast at 7:30 a.m.

Football bingo on Camano

Show off your Seahawks gear and play bingo Jan. 18 at the Camano Center.

Free seating reservations can be made by calling 360-387-0222. Play 10 games for $16, cash or check only, for a chance at cash and raffle prizes. Food and drink available for purchase.

The event is at 606 Arrowhead Road, Camano Island.

Coffee with a Lynnwood cop

Officers with the Lynnwood Police Department will be at Edmonds Community College to grab a cup of coffee with residents from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Wednesday at Triton Espresso inside of Mountlake Terrace Hall, 20000 68th Ave. W.

Coffee with a Cop is a national program meant to bring together the community with the men and women who serve them. Have a conversation about local issues or just stop by and introduce yourself.


Mariner High meal debt fundraiser

A Mariner High School alumna is leading the charge to scrap the class of 2020’s meal debt.

Brittany Monares, Mariner High class of 2011, started a GoFundMe campaign to pay it off. The 220 seniors alone have racked up more than $15,000. She set the goal at $16,000. As of Wednesday, 27 people donated $1,065.

Money donated via will be given to the Mukilteo School District for Mariner High School graduating seniors with lunch debt.

Funds will be prioritized first for the accounts of students who receive free and reduced price meals, and then to the other student accounts.

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