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Everett: Ride transit for free on Sunday

Everett Transit is offering free rides on the two remaining Sundays of the month as part of its annual holiday tradition.

Call 425-257-7777 for more information.

Everett: Governor picks resident for state panel

July Peddy of Everett was tapped Friday by Gov. Chris Gregoire to serve a two-year term on the Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues and Employment.

Peddy is program manager and administrative officer for the Northwest Fisheries Science Center.

She also serves on a number of boards and commissions including a post as vice president of Employer and Educational Partnerships.

Lake Stevens: City meetings canceled

The Lake Stevens City Council meetings scheduled for Monday and for Dec. 31 have been canceled for the holidays.

The Park Board meeting scheduled for Wednesday also has been canceled.

The City Council is scheduled to meet next on Jan. 7.

For more information, call the city at 425-334-1012.

Mukilteo: See a movie at the library on Jan. 3

Watch a heartwarming movie about a tap-dancing penguin at an event being planned for the Mukilteo Library.

The movie is scheduled for 2 p.m. Jan. 3 at the library at 4675 Harbour Pointe Blvd.

The event is being funded by Friends of the Mukilteo Library.

For more information, call the library at 425-493-8202.

Snohomish: Christmas party set for families

The Farm Ministries in Snohomish plans to have about 150 adults involved in CHART, a Snohomish County drug treatment program, at a Christmas party at 4 p.m. Saturday.

The adults, along with their children and family members, can enjoy a dinner, family pictures with Santa, new books for the children, new clothes and live music.

Officials, administrators and counselors involved in the program are also invited.

For more information, contact Bruce Karr at 360-568-5120.

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