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Skagit Valley College Spring Quarter registration for New Students starts February 17th

By Jeremy Kindlund | February 18, 2021 | Comments Off on Skagit Valley College Spring Quarter registration for New Students starts February 17th

Yes! Skagit Valley College will be open for Spring Quarter! While classes will be offered mostly online, we will offer in-person opportunities in select courses and Workforce programs. Our Basic Education for Adults program will also include limited in-person classes. Classes begin Monday, April 5, 2021 and registration dates are as follows: Registration for Continuing Students…

Port of Skagit Announces “Genuine Skagit Valley” Federal Certification Mark

By Jeremy Kindlund | February 10, 2021 | Comments Off on Port of Skagit Announces “Genuine Skagit Valley” Federal Certification Mark

“The Port of Skagit is pleased to announce that the United States Patent and Trademark office granted registration to a Certification Mark for Genuine Skagit Valley,” said Patsy Martin, Executive Director of the Port of Skagit. This means that agricultural products and agricultural services from the Skagit Valley can now be certified as to their…

Planning to Give Presented by Heritage Wealth Advisors

By Jeremy Kindlund | February 8, 2021 | Comments Off on Planning to Give Presented by Heritage Wealth Advisors

Our money down the road can only go to three places: Our heirs, the IRS, or to charity – and many of us have control over how much goes to the IRS. Join us to learn strategies for redirecting what otherwise might go to the IRS to the charities you support. A few topics include:…

Skagit Symphony Presents Adventures with Beethoven – Scene Two

By Jeremy Kindlund | February 8, 2021 | Comments Off on Skagit Symphony Presents Adventures with Beethoven – Scene Two

More pages, activities and images available now in our online educational series: Adventures with Beethoven – Scene Two Online Now Be inspired by what our Series Presenter has to say about “Adventures with Beethoven” Join us to learn why Beethoven’s music is still so loved. Did you see Stream-a-Thon ~ Let Music Bring Us Together?…

Helping Hands & Skagit Transit are Stuffing The Bus

By Jeremy Kindlund | February 8, 2021 | Comments Off on Helping Hands & Skagit Transit are Stuffing The Bus

Helping Hands and Skagit Transit are partnering up to Stuff The Bus and help feed Skagit Families.  Helping Hands is feeding an average of 6,000 families each week throughout the County and is seeking support to continue its effort. Helping Hands and Skagit Transit will accept all Non-Perishable Donations Saturday, February 27th from 12:00 PM…

Riverside Health Club January Sale Extended!

By Jeremy Kindlund | February 8, 2021 | Comments Off on Riverside Health Club January Sale Extended!

Heritage Wealth Advisors, a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Presents Kids Financial Bootcamp

By Jeremy Kindlund | February 5, 2021 | Comments Off on Heritage Wealth Advisors, a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Presents Kids Financial Bootcamp

  Kids Financial Bootcamp – Elementary & Middle School Session – 2/25/21 3:30pm – RSVP Here Wealth is a mindset. Let’s build it together.  Money can’t buy happiness, but it affords us the ability to buy two things that the wealthy say are far more important than money: Freedom and Time. We don’t teach kids…

Port of Skagit is Growing; Adding Two New Positions

By Jeremy Kindlund | February 5, 2021 | Comments Off on Port of Skagit is Growing; Adding Two New Positions

A number of projects and developments that began in 2020 at the Port of Skagit continue to move forward, along with new projects that are set to begin this year.  This realized and anticipated growth has prompted the addition of two new professional positions with the Port. A Project Manager position and an Environmental Planning…

Give blood in honor of Black History Month in February

By Jeremy Kindlund | February 2, 2021 | Comments Off on Give blood in honor of Black History Month in February

Subtitle Drew, an African American surgeon, was the medical director of the first Red Cross blood bank in 1941. Drew’s research about the storage and shipment of blood plasma proved that blood could be stored for transfusions. Many of the processes he developed are still in use today. As the first African American chair of…

Silverado Dementia Education Series

By Jeremy Kindlund | February 1, 2021 | Comments Off on Silverado Dementia Education Series
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