Front Porch: See the Iron Maiden

See the Iron Maiden

The award-winning, fuel-efficient car made by the Granite Falls ShopGirls is coming to Arlington Drag Strip Reunion and Car Show.

The show is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 10 by the Arlington Airport’s west entrance off 188th Street NE.

Hundreds of classic cars, street rods and specially restored drag cars will be on display. It’s $25 at the gate to participate, $3 to watch and $1 for kids. Proceeds support local charities.

For more information, go to www.arlingtondragstripreunion.com or call 360-435-4442.

Labor Day garbage service: All Rubatino Refuse Removal trucks will be on schedule on Monday. The company’s office will be closed.

Volunteers for Days of Caring: Registration is open for United Way’s Days of Caring, planned Sept. 23 and 24.

Projects are available throughout Snohomish County and continue to be added daily. Teams and individual volunteers can go to www.uwsc.org and click on “Days of Caring” or “Volunteer” to find projects.

Hands-on projects include painting, building, cleaning, environmental projects and reading to kids.

Register through Sept. 12.

For more information, email volunteer@uwsc.org or call 425-374-5549.

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