Dedication to community a great asset

I have had the privilege of working with Mark Olson through his service on the Board of Directors of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Snohomish County these past 13 years. Like many alumni from the Everett Boys and Girls Club, Mark has worked hard to help ensure that we continue to provide quality programs for the youth of our community. Over the years on the board, Mark has made significant contributions as our legal counsel, providing countless hours of pro bono legal assistance to our organization, and as a coach for our youth basketball program. He is a very approachable person who has common sense, the ability to listen, and to work well with all kinds of people.

Mark’s roots in the community, commitment to youth, legal skills and dedication to community will be great assets in service on the Everett City Council and I applaud his sense of public service. Please join me in supporting him.

Executive Director

Boys and Girls Clubs of Snohomish County

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