Front Porch: Pathways for Women seeks donations

Donations needed

YWCA Pathways for Women shelter in Lynnwood is in need of full-size and twin-size sheets as well as pots and pans. Food donations also are requested, specifically cereal, canned chicken and ham, hearty soups, spaghetti sauce, minute rice, Betty Crocker complete dinners, canned fruits and vegetables, snack food, and condiments. Donations can be taken to the shelter at 6027 208th St. SW in Lynnwood. For more information, call 425-774-9843.

Disaster readiness: The city of Lynnwood plans three more disaster readiness workshops this summer at Fire Station 14, 18800 68th Ave W. Sunday’s schedule runs from 2 to 4 p.m., which is in Spanish. The other workshops are planned from 6 to 8 p.m. July 13 and Sept. 27. Registration is encouraged: 425-670-5302 or mburke@ LynnwoodWA.gov.

Learn more about pepper spray: A recent neighborhood meeting about pepper spray was so popular in Granite Falls that another is planned.

At the meeting, held earlier this month, local police talked about the pros and cons of pepper spray for personal protection. The department is looking at October for the next installment. Attendees do not have to live in town.

For more information, follow the “Granite Falls Police Department” page on Facebook.

Marysville fire future: Talks continue about the future of the Marysville Fire District. Since 1991, the fire district and the city have worked together to manage firefighting resources. That system has been under review for several years now. The two entities hope to make a preliminary decision about what happens next before the end of September.

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