Concerts mark the holidays

Choirs from Marysville-Pilchuck High School, Totem Middle School and Cedarcrest School plan to perform holiday choral pieces at 7 tonight at MPHS, 5611 108th St. NE in Marysville.

It’s a fundraiser for the music program. The choirs will be directed by Jeff Tillinghast from the high school, Inger Kirkman for Cedarcrest School and Erik Eliason for Totem Middle School. The show is free.

The Mukilteo Christmas Concert Foundation plans to present its 14th annual Christmas Concert at 7:30 tonight at Harbour Pointe Evangelical Lutheran Church, 5425 Harbour Pointe Blvd., Mukilteo.

Edmonds council to honor members

Outgoing City Council members Mauri Moore and Richard Marin are expected to be honored at the City Council meeting at 7 tonight in the council chambers at the Public Safety Complex, 250 Fifth Ave. N., Edmonds.

The council is scheduled to vote whether to adopt a pair of resolutions recognizing the work Moore and Marin have done for the city.

Moore, who unsuccessfully ran to replace Edmonds Mayor Gary Haakenson, did not seek re-election. Marin ran for re-election, but he lost his race to Steve Bernheim.

Teens invited to join advisory board

Teens who want to help plan events at the Mountlake Terrace Library are encouraged to apply for the library’s Teen Advisory Board. The board’s next meeting is 4 p.m. Wednesday at 23300 58th Ave. W.

In 2008, the library plans to expand its teen programs to include a teen book group, a movie club and craft days.


@1. Body FYI Bullet:A group called 21 Oaks Home Association donated an outdoor pool to the south Everett YMCA in May 1988. A story on Page A1 Monday incorrectly reported who donated the pool to the YMCA.

A study reports that children who live within 1.2 miles of an AM radio tower are twice as likely to get leukemia as those living more than 12.5 miles away. A story about the possible health impacts of radio towers on Page B1 Monday incorrectly reported the distance away from the towers.

The Coast Guard Cutter Steadfast, based in Astoria, Ore., seized a Costa Rican fishing vessel and retrieved more than 80 bales of cocaine. A headline that appeared on Page B6 Monday incorrectly stated where the Costa Rican fishing vessel was seized.

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