(left to right): Randal White, Olympic Fly Fishers Conservation Chairperson; Joe Scordino, Project Leader; Greg Sisson, Communications Chairperson; and Mackey Guenther, Website Developer and former SSS member. (Contributed photo)

(left to right): Randal White, Olympic Fly Fishers Conservation Chairperson; Joe Scordino, Project Leader; Greg Sisson, Communications Chairperson; and Mackey Guenther, Website Developer and former SSS member. (Contributed photo)

Way to go

Everett Rotary Club names March students of the month

Eduardo Heredia-Romero

Eduardo Heredia-Romero

In an online meeting, the Rotary Club of Everett honored three local high school students as Rotary Students of the Month for March.

The Student of the Month from Everett High is Eduardo Heredia-Romero.

“What stands out most about Eduardo is his unshakable ability to show care towards others. Even when things have been difficult for Eduardo personally, he has taken the time to listen to a classmate in need or to let me know that someone was really hurting,” one of his teachers said. Heredia-Romero.plans to study therapy at the University of Washington, because he enjoys helping people.

Max White

Max White

Max White is the Student of the Month from Cascade High.

He is involved in band, Future Business Leaders of America, track, swim, cross country, CHS Link Crew, Interact Club and more. White plans to study biomedical engineering at the University of Washington, then pursue a master’s in nano technology.

The Sequoia High Student of the Month is Kevin Chavez-Machain.

Kevin Chavez-Machain

Kevin Chavez-Machain

“Kevin is a super dedicated student who is always, always respectful. He communicates clearly and asks questions when he doesn’t understand. He goes the extra mile,” one of his teachers said.

After high school, Chavez-Machain plans to help in his father’s home remodeling work, then get a degree in business.

Edmonds Fly Fishing group donates to high school club

The Olympic Fly Fishers of Edmonds recently gave a monetary contribution to the Edmonds Stream Team and Students Saving Salmon, an Edmonds-Woodway High School conservation club.

The Stream Team works with high school students from the Edmonds-Woodway High School’s Students Saving Salmon club to support local salmon populations. This involves placing coho and chum salmon eggs in local streams using remote site incubators and placing juvenile coho salmon in upper stream areas that are otherwise blocked to adult spawner passage. The Edmonds Stream Team, with retired fishery biologist Joe Scordino as Project Leader, has permits from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to do this work.

The Olympic Fly Fishers of Edmonds promotes fly fishing through education, conservation and camaraderie. Through the Olympic Fly Fishers Foundation 501(c)(3), donations are made each year to support the betterment of local streams and lakes.

State Farm donates to Mountlake Terrace food bank

When State Farm agents in the vicinity surrounding Mountlake Terrace heard about the thefts impacting the Concern for Neighbors Food Bank, they jumped to action. Eleven agents banded together to make personal donations and submitted them to State Farm for a company match. The total donated by agents, plus the matching gifts, totaled $14,700.

“It’s what we do. Our agents didn’t hesitate to help an organization that provides a great service to the community,” local State Farm agency manager, James Banks, said.

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