Mon, Oct 31, 2011
Calling for Kids coming this week
From Nov. 7 through Nov. 10, the Lake Stevens Education Foundation will conduct the Second Annual fundraising phone-a-thon “Calling for Kids” to help fund programs that provide excellent academic experiences that promote success for all students.
Family Center offers free nutrition, exercise classes
How do we afford to stay healthy? Statistics show that by the age of 65, individuals who haven’t engaged in exercise on a regular basis may incur a decrease in muscular strength by as much as 80 percent.
Veterans invited to celebrate and remember at LSHS
The administration, staff, and students of Lake Stevens High School are inviting all veterans to a breakfast and assembly at the high school on Thursday, November 10 in celebration and remembrance of Veterans Day.
Relay for Life L.S. named National Rookie Relay of the Year
At last weekend’s Relay for Life Summit and training at the Doubletree Hotel in SeaTac, the American Cancer Society awarded several cities for their accomplishments during their Relay for Life events throughout 2011.
LSFC’s annual Bowl-a-Rama looking for participants
Lake Stevens Family Center would like to invite you to this year’s Lake Stevens Family Center Bowl-a-Rama.
Shop early and support the LSFC
Shop early all while supporting the Lake Stevens Family Center and your local community members.
Kids can make money trick-or-treating
Dr. Jason Bourne announced that he will bring back the successful candy buy back program, for the eighth year starting on November 1, 2011.
Waterfront homeowners holding meeting
Local waterfront homeowners will be holding a meeting at The Buzz Inn in downtown Lake Stevens on Thursday, Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. to discuss options regarding the Shoreline Master Plan (SMP) the city is currently trying to complete.
Fri, Oct 28, 2011
The Marysville Police Department will be holding a public notification meeting to release information regarding a Level III Sex Offender
Residing within the city limits of Marysville.
Mon, Oct 24, 2011
Several small arsons blaze throughout City
Lake Stevens Fire, police need community’s help in finding culprits
Celebrate Halloween downtown safely
The Lake Stevens Family Center will once again sponsor Family Safe Downtown Halloween on Monday, October 31.
Free genealogy class and family history seminar offered in L.S.
“Who Do You Think You Are - How to start your genealogy search” is a free class for those who would like to find out more about how to find their ancestors.
Lake Stevens Senior Center holds annual holiday gift sale
It counts to win at Oktoberfest
At the recent community Oktoberfest event the Lake Stevens School District hosted an “Estimation Booth,” where elementary and secondary students had the opportunity to estimate how many items were in baskets and jars with winners receiving prizes.
Mon, Oct 17, 2011
Oktoberfest weekend full of sunshine and family fun
No need to take a drive over the Cascades to enjoy a fun Oktoberfest weekend, just ask the hundreds of people who joined in the festivities at Lake Stevens first-ever Oktoberfest.
Vikings power past Marysville-P 38-7 for title clinching homecoming win
It's official. Lake Stevens clinched the Wesco North 2011 football championship with a 38-7 Homecoming pounding of Marysville-Pilchuck last Friday.
Watch for Voter Pamphlets in mail
After weeks of watching campaign ads on TV, reading news articles about measures and local candidates, and seeing yard signs here or there, Washington’s registered voters soon will have their chance to voice their opinion by casting their ballot in this year’s General Election.
Eagle Scout rain garden project cleans up Catherine Creek
A local Eagle Scout candidate, Ryan Olliges, worked with the City of Lake Stevens and Snohomish Conservation District to construct a 1,200 square foot rain garden at the Lake Stevens City Shop at 2306 131st Avenue NE in Lake Stevens.
Local Boy Scout troop #41 receives awards
Boy Scout Troop #41, charted by Kiwanis Club of Lake Stevens, conducted a Court of Honor on Thursday, September 29.
Tue, Oct 11, 2011
Middle level students inspired by Rachel’s Challenge
Over a three-day time frame last week, Pat Nixon from Rachel’s Challenge presented assemblies of hope and inspiration to local Lake Stevens students and families.
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