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Skagit Transit & Helping Hands to Stuff the Bus – Accepting Donations for C.H.O.W.!

By Jeremy Kindlund | July 30, 2021 | Comments Off on Skagit Transit & Helping Hands to Stuff the Bus – Accepting Donations for C.H.O.W.!

Helping Hands and Skagit Transit are partnering up to Stuff The Bus and help feed Skagit  Families. Helping Hands is feeding an average of 2,200 students each week throughout the  County and is seeking support to continue its effort. Helping Hands and Skagit Transit will be accepting C.H.O.W. items on Saturday, August 21st from 12:00…

HomePlace Burlington Memory Care Carwash for a Cause

By Jeremy Kindlund | July 27, 2021 | Comments Off on HomePlace Burlington Memory Care Carwash for a Cause

Register Today for Express’ National Hiring Event Aug. 2-6

By Jeremy Kindlund | July 26, 2021 | Comments Off on Register Today for Express’ National Hiring Event Aug. 2-6

Express Employment Professionals is putting job seekers to work through its fourth annual mass interviewing event, now expanded from one day to a full week, Aug. 2-6, 2021. Formerly called National Interview Day, the event was first created by the staffing company and celebrated in 2018 as a new way to recruit and educate job…

Pinecone, Inc. announces arrival of new Showroom Coordinator, Viktoria Hollosi

By Jeremy Kindlund | July 19, 2021 | Comments Off on Pinecone, Inc. announces arrival of new Showroom Coordinator, Viktoria Hollosi

Pinecone, Inc., a Mount Vernon-based kitchen and interior finishes firm, announces the arrival of Viktoria Hollosi as its Showroom Coordinator. Bringing with her nearly a decade of professional experience, primarily within the hospitality industry, she has a keen understanding of customer service, presentation, and attention to detail. In the capacity of Showroom Coordinator, Viktoria’s primary…

City of Mount Vernon Burn Ban

By Jeremy Kindlund | July 19, 2021 | Comments Off on City of Mount Vernon Burn Ban

Due to the elevated fire risk conditions and low moisture levels within Skagit County, the City of Mount Vernon is issuing a complete burn ban beginning Friday, July 16, 2021. This ban will remain in effect until further notice and aligns with bans already issued by the Emergency Proclamation by Governor Inslee, State of Washington…

Barron Heating AC Electrical & Plumbing seeks family recommendations for heat pumps

By Jeremy Kindlund | July 19, 2021 | Comments Off on Barron Heating AC Electrical & Plumbing seeks family recommendations for heat pumps

Do you know a Northwest Washington family in need that is quite uncomfortable during summer heat waves and winter cold snaps? Barron Heating AC Electrical & Plumbing’s annual Christmas in July giving event is centered around giving and compassion for others, according to owner John Barron. The company is seeking recommendations through July 31 for…

Rochelle Hill Joins HKP Architects

By Jeremy Kindlund | July 13, 2021 | Comments Off on Rochelle Hill Joins HKP Architects

HKP Architects welcomes Rochelle Hill as a Project Manager. Rochelle comes to HKP with over 35 years of design and drafting experience with extensive use CAD/CAM/BIM in design for manufacturing. Her design interest and specialties are off-site construction, modular, pre-fabricated panels, Passive House, and high-performance buildings. Prior to coming to HKP, she was part of…

Room/Space for rent for Independent Natural Health Professional in Mount Vernon

By Jeremy Kindlund | July 12, 2021 | Comments Off on Room/Space for rent for Independent Natural Health Professional in Mount Vernon

Well established, popular natural Wellness Center of independent natural health professionals in downtown Mount Vernon has a space for rent. Any complementary field will be considered including: chiropractor, naturopath, massage therapist/bodyworker, counselor etc. The space is 204 sq ft (12′ X 17′) with an interior partial wall creating 2 separate spaces to creatively suit your…

Improvements for Mount Vernon Streets

By Jeremy Kindlund | July 8, 2021 | Comments Off on Improvements for Mount Vernon Streets

Improvements to three city streets will likely cause delays in the weeks ahead. The City is investing $1.2 million for its 2021 street improvement program to resurface damaged roads. Heavily traveled portions of Laventure, Fir, and Little Mountain Roads will have smoother driving surfaces when construction wraps up at the end of August. Until that…

Christianson’s Nursery Garden Notes July 2021

By Jeremy Kindlund | July 8, 2021 | Comments Off on Christianson’s Nursery Garden Notes July 2021

Christianson’s Nursery is Open Daily 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. In observance of Independence Day, we will be closing at 2 p.m. on Sunday, July 4th July Specials July 1 – 8 Annual Sale 2″, 4″, and pack annuals and vegetables, including annual herbs, as well as plants that bloom until frost including begonias, impatiens,…

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