Community members are invited to meet the three finalists for principal of Arlington High School on Wednesday. Each principal finalist will get 30 minutes at the forums at the high school, 8821 Crown Ridge Blvd., Arlington.

Meet the three finalists, one at a time, at 2:45 p.m., 3:30 p.m. and 4:15 p.m.

After each session, there will be forms on which to include comments.

With reports flooding in about whales spotted from Whidbey Island to Mission Beach in Marysville, the spouting mammals are getting attention. And just in time, KCTS-TV offers a "Great Museums II" program featuring The Whale Museum in Friday Harbor at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. A National Geographic program called "Whales in Crisis" follows at 8 p.m.

Check your program guide for the KCTS channel in your area.

Join the Port Gardner Neighborhood Association at 6:30 tonight at the Everett Library, 2702 Hoyt Ave., Everett, to discuss a Forgotten Creek improvement project.

A $10,000 grant has been awarded to the Port Gardner Neighborhood Association to design improvements including public access to the Forgotten Creek watershed between Kromer Avenue and Bond Street.

Volunteer teams will form to hire a landscape architect, help create conceptual designs and organize future meetings.

Nap a little extra this week, because Sunday morning you lose an hour. It’s time to spring ahead when daylight-saving time begins Sunday. At 2 a.m., set those clocks to 3 a.m.

The East County Senior Center offers manicures and pedicures every Tuesday, by appointment, at 824 Village Way in Monroe.

Members pay only $16 for pedicures and $12 for manicures. Non-members pay a little bit more — $18 for pedicures and $14 for manicures.

For appointments or more information, call 360-794-6359.

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

Other numbers to call:

Everett, 425-339-3200

425-339-3470, after 4 p.m.

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