Do busy schedules make it tough to make healthy family snacks and meals a priority?
Jody Byrne, a clinical dietitian at The Everett Clinic, will answer your questions during an online chat from noon-1 p.m. today at Heraldnet.com.
Byrne teaches classes on how to serve nutritious meals despite hectic family lifestyles.
Arlington jazz group seeks new players
The Jazzinators, a community jazz ensemble open to players of all instruments and ability levels, seeks members.
Rehearsals begin June 17. For more information, call director Jeremy Faxon at 360-435-2821.
Summer options at day camp
Camp Killoqua’s day camp for those entering first through fifth grades has a different theme each week throughout the summer while also providing an outdoor camp experience filled with things such as boating, swimming, hiking and cooking over a fire.
If your child is interested in flight, secret agents, sports, the sky, theater, animals, crafts or experiencing other cultures, check out the weekly plan at Killoqua south of Stanwood.
Weekly fees start at $110 with flexible drop-off and pick-up times, extended hours and available daily transportation from south Everett.
For more information, call 425-258-5437.
Camp Killoqua has been operated by Camp Fire USA’s Snohomish County Council since 1941.
The Snohomish City Council will hold a community brainstorming meeting June 8 regarding problems at the Averill Youth Complex. The meeting will be from 7-9 p.m. at the Boys &Girls Club, 402 Second St. The meeting date was wrong in a story and information box on Page B1 Tuesday.
If you have an item for FYI, call Kristi O’Harran at 425-339-3451. If you have a news tip or an idea for a local story, call the city desk at 425-339-3428, or e-mail newshound @heraldnet.com.
Other numbers to call:
425-339-3470, after 4 p.m.