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Meditation Workshop at Skagit Valley College

By Jeremy Kindlund | November 7, 2019 |

New Sculpture Installed at Little Mountain

By Jeremy Kindlund | November 7, 2019 |

MOUNT VERNON—German artist Knut Hueneke has created Mount Vernon’s newest piece of public art. “The Guardian” is a sculpture which sits atop Little Mountain. The sculpture was featured at the Matzke Fine Art Gallery & Sculpture Park on Camano Island, before being purchased and donated to the Mount Vernon Arts Commission by an anonymous benefactor.…

HealthQuest Programs Provided by Skagit Regional Health

By Jeremy Kindlund | November 7, 2019 |

Child Safety Seat Checks Certified child safety seat technicians will assess your seat for age and size appropriateness, proper installation and use and recalls. This screening is highly recommended for all parents and other caregivers. Learn how to safely install and use your car seat. Co-sponsored by Safe Kids Northwest and Skagit County EMS. NOV…

Human Resources Legal Changes: Bracing for 2020, 14 Nov 2019

By Jeremy Kindlund | November 1, 2019 |

Human Resources Legal Changes: Bracing for 2020 When: 14 Nov 2019 7:15 AM, PST Where: Skagit Transit Community Room, 105 E Kincaid, Mount Vernon, WA 98273 Will you be attending? Register Not attending EVENT DETAILS: Presentation Overview: Are you ready for 2020? Jeff Fairchild and company will attempt to cover the entire range of Spellbinding…

HealthQuest Programs Provided by Skagit Regional Health

By Jeremy Kindlund | October 30, 2019 |

Employee Association Craft Fair at Skagit Valley Hospital This fair has been growing the past several years to include a variety of arts, crafts, collectibles and delicious treats. The craft fair will held near the North entrance of Skagit Valley Hospital down the main hallway of the hospital. Nov 7 (Thur) 7 a.m. – 4…

Henry Klein Exhibit to Focus on PNW Residential Design through the Decades

By Jeremy Kindlund | October 30, 2019 |

MOUNT VERNON, WASHINGTON, October 2019 — HKP Architects is thrilled to announce that the Historical Museum of Skagit County will be presenting an exhibit of residential design works by regionally noted architect Henry Klein (1920-2013). The exhibit, entitled Henry Klein Homes: Light, Form and Materiality Through the Decades, will open November 22, 2019, and run…

Building Vibrance in Downtown MV

By Jeremy Kindlund | October 29, 2019 |

Light up the Night! The Mount Vernon Downtown Association is embarking on a multi-tiered project to improve safety and enhance our Downtown streetscape through the evening and nighttime hours during the darkest months of the year. Our Building Vibrance project aims to light the trees along S. 1st Street, between Division and Kincaid, creating a…

Alaska USA Federal Credit Union members and Alaska USA Foundation raise $93,500 in annual food drive

By Jeremy Kindlund | October 28, 2019 |

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Alaska USA Federal Credit Union members contributed to support community food banks during its annual Cash for Cans® food drive. The credit union and the Alaska USA Foundation teamed up for the fundraiser, collecting cash donations at Alaska USA branches during the month of September, National Hunger Month. Donations will assist 24 food banks…

Mount Vernon School Board Seeking Community Input

By Jeremy Kindlund | October 25, 2019 |

The Mount Vernon School Board of Directors is seeking community input for their search for the next superintendent Mount Vernon, WA- The Mount Vernon School District Board of Directors is beginning its search for the next superintendent and is looking to lead a transparent process with all partners and stakeholders. Input from its community partners…

Developer Breaks Ground on Mount Vernon Investment

By Jeremy Kindlund | October 25, 2019 |

MOUNT VERNON– Vision, persistence, collaboration and partnership. These were the necessary elements used by Mayor Jill Boudreau and the City of Mount Vernon’s Development Services Department to attract a $10 million private investment that will transform the once derelict property, formerly known as the Alf Christianson Seed Co Plant, into what will soon become a…

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