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Sewing in Marysville

The Snohomish County Clothing and Textile Advisors invites you to sew quilts for children in local hospitals.

Bring your sewing machine, regular sewing equipment and a few basic colors of construction thread. Kits and instructions will be provided.

Food and drink will not be provided.

The event is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 1 at the Ken Baxter Community Center, 514 Delta Ave., Marysville.

More info: 425-334-0787

OPPORTUNITIES

Scholarship available from Trinity Scholars

The Trinity Education Foundation is accepting applications for its scholarship program.

Selected students can receive up to $40,000 over four years, career counseling and professional undergraduate coaching.

The Trinity Education Foundation is a Christian scholarship fund for students attending Christian colleges or universities in the Northwest.

Twelve students have been awarded the Trinity Scholars Program scholarship. They attend universities such as Seattle Pacific University and Saint Martin’s University.

The application is open through March 31. The form is available at www.tef-lbi.org/scholarships.

Apply for opening on Edmonds commission

The city of Edmonds is seeking applicants for a spot on the Economic Development Commission.

The commission meets monthly and advises the mayor and city council on policies to spur economic growth in Edmonds.

Applications can be found at www.edmondswa.gov/boards-commissions- committees-openings.html. They are due to city hall by 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

The term ends in March 2022.

More info: Email Patrick Doherty, patrick.doherty @edmondswa.gov

Lynnwood calls for art

The Lynnwood Convention Center is taking applications from local artists for an upcoming six-month showcase.

“Northwest Enterprise: Working in the Northwest” will run from July to December at the convention center.

“For this show, we are looking for works that illustrate scenes and vignettes from all aspects of the working life, and workers in the Northwest,” an event description says. These could be maritime, agricultural, urban and transportation based.

Forms can be found at the convention center website, www.lynnwoodcc.com/art.

The deadline for submissions is April 27.

Join a Lynnwood focus group

The city of Lynnwood is asking residents to take part in a focus group on health care access.

The Human Services Commission is hosting the event from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on March 19 at the city council chambers, 19100 44th Ave. W, Lynnwood.

Light refreshments will be provided and attendees will receive a $15 gift card.

More info: Contact Misty Burke, mburke@lynnwoodwa.gov.

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