Volunteers, donors care about students

It was another great homecoming for Everett High and another great win by our football team in spite of a very rainy night. Everett High School is lucky to have great staff, great students and great program. Everett should be proud of its flagship high school, and Blue and Gold Club, Inc. is proud to support all that it represents. The tailgate party prior to the game was sponsored by Blue and Gold Club and was attended by many students, alumni and others from the community.

Did you see our new Blue and Gold tent? Did you see the many student-club-sponsored activities or have a hamburger dinner barbecued on site? If so, you benefited from the hard work of many volunteers and Blue and Gold wishes to especially thank the following who contributed so much: Dave Emerson from the Mukilteo Kiwanis, Nick Buckles and the Everett Merchants, Greg Tisdel and Tiz’s Doors, and Marc Baker and Baker’s Medical Gases. It shows that when community groups, local businesses and people who care about our kids come together, great things can happen for our students.

Blue and Gold invites you attend homecoming again next year and enjoy all the great festivities. Go Seagulls!

Lori White

Blue and Gold Treasurer


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