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Skagit Symphony Paris: The City of Lights

By Jeremy Kindlund | October 15, 2021 | Comments Off on Skagit Symphony Paris: The City of Lights

COV Run for the Kids Fundraiser

By Jeremy Kindlund | October 15, 2021 | Comments Off on COV Run for the Kids Fundraiser

Tie up your shoe laces…and Run or Walk in our COV 2nd annual Run for the Kids Race! This year we are holding a hybrid model run/walk. We will be kicking off the first day of the event in person at the Skagit Airport on Nov. 27th (weather permitting). You have the option of joining…

Skagit Valley College President Keegan announces retirement

By Jeremy Kindlund | October 15, 2021 | Comments Off on Skagit Valley College President Keegan announces retirement

After 43 years of service in the Washington Community and Technical College system, and as the third longest serving President of Skagit Valley College (SVC), Dr. Tom Keegan has announced his intent to retire effective Aug. 31, 2022.  “I am forever grateful to have been able to come full circle from student to President at…

HomePlace Burlington Memory Care’s Halloween Drive Thru Event

By Jeremy Kindlund | October 11, 2021 | Comments Off on HomePlace Burlington Memory Care’s Halloween Drive Thru Event

SIHRMA to host a free virtual event on WA Cares Fund

By Jeremy Kindlund | October 11, 2021 | Comments Off on SIHRMA to host a free virtual event on WA Cares Fund

This is a must-attend presentation for everyone looking to understand how to implement the WA Cares Fund. Speakers from the Employment Security Department will provide an overview of the rationale for the new WA Cares Fund program, what it is, how it works, and how it is administered. Register at https://sihrma.org/event-4446060.

Heritage Flight Museum Fall Newsletter

By Jeremy Kindlund | October 11, 2021 | Comments Off on Heritage Flight Museum Fall Newsletter

2-Day Closure at Little Mountain Parking Lot

By Jeremy Kindlund | October 11, 2021 | Comments Off on 2-Day Closure at Little Mountain Parking Lot

Enhancements to Little Mountain Park will continue next week with the addition of a public restroom facility in the new lower parking lot. This most recent improvement will add a small, two-toilet, pre-manufactured structure that will be lowered into place and secured during an installation scheduled to take place Tuesday, October 12th and Wednesday, October…

Share-A-Pair Returns: Peoples Bank Kicks Off “Socktober” Campaign

By Jeremy Kindlund | October 11, 2021 | Comments Off on Share-A-Pair Returns: Peoples Bank Kicks Off “Socktober” Campaign

Building on its 2018 and 2019 Socktober campaigns during which more than 12,000 pairs of socks were donated to non-profit organizations serving homeless communities in Washington, Peoples Bank has once again reintroduced its sock-gathering effort. Donations of new, unopened pairs of socks are being accepted at all 23 Peoples Bank branch locations during the month…

Skagit County homes selling quickly in Q3

By Hilary Parker | October 6, 2021 | Comments Off on Skagit County homes selling quickly in Q3

Fewer homes were sold in the third quarter in Skagit County than a year ago, but buyers quickly snapped up homes that were listed, according to managing broker Shelah Inman of Brown McMillen Real Estate in Burlington. While 539 Skagit County homes were sold in the third quarter, that was 12.6% fewer than in 2020,…

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

By Jeremy Kindlund | October 1, 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…

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