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A6 .t. The Arlington Times Wednesday, January 5, Arlington m The Arlington Watershed Action Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Jan. 7 at Arlington City Hall, 238 N. Olympic Ave. to continue with comments to the Draft Endan- gered Species Act Response Plan. The committee will try to agree on a list of recommended actions the city should take until the final response plan is completed later this year. The Arlington School Board will meet at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 10 in Presidents Elementary School's Roosevelt Building, 315 N. French Ave. For agenda information call (360) 435-2156. The Arlington Planning Com- mission meets at 7 p.m. Jan. 18 in the Roosevelt Building at Presi- dents Elementary School, 315 N. French Ave. For information call Cliff Strong at 435-0724. The Arlington Downtown Merchants meet at 8 a.m. Thurs- days at the Arlington Chamber of Commerce office on N. Olympic Avenue. The Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce meets at noon Jan. 12 at the Smokey Point Alfy's. For information call (360) 659-5453. Lunch costs $6. The Arlington Kiwanis meets at 6:15 a.m. every Wednesday at The Steak House Restaurant, l 11 N. Olympic Ave., Arlington. Darrington The Darrington Town Council meets at 7 p.m. Jan. ] 2 at City Hall, 1005 Cascade St., Darrington. For information call (360) 436-1131. Lakewood The Lakewood School Board meets at 7 p.m. Jan. 5 at the Lake- wood High School library. For information call (360) 652-4500. Snohomish County The Snohomish County Min- eral Lands Task Force is sched- uled from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Jan. 27 in the Snohomish County Department of Planning and Devel- opment Services. The results of the staff/consultant mapping of the draft designation factors and con- ceptual designation alternatives will be presented. An overview of the upcoming environmnetal review process will also be provid- ed. For information call Tom Nie- mann, (425) 388-3311, ext. 2214, or Bob Hilgenberg, (425) 388-3311, ext. 2368. Washington State Sen. Mary Margaret ttaugen is hosting a series of 1Oth District Town Hall meetings on Sat., Jan. 15 to provide district residents an opportunity to discuss the upcom- ing legislative session. Rep. Dave Anderson will also be in atten- dance. The first meeting is at 8 a.m. at Port Susan Middle School, 7506 267th St. NW, Stanwood. The second is at 11 a.m. at the Skagit Valley College, OH Campus, Hayes Hall, Room 137, Oak Harbor and at 1:30 p.m. at the Bayview Senior Center, 2845 E. Hwy. 525, Langley. THU 6 High school diplomas High school completion courses for adults are being offered again this quarter in Arlington. These are Everett Community College courses for adults who did not finish the requirements for their high school diploma. The courses are Tues- day and Thursday evenenigns from 6:30 to 9 p.m. in room 41 at Post Middle School. The 11- week course begins this week. For information call Adult Education Department at EvCC, (425) 388-9291 or Lynn Granstrom, (360) 435-4809. bE_ Mrs, H_enry _Mo_lstad ............... Special to The Arlington Times Christmas has come and gone again with the year 2000 to set lofty goals and ambitions. The rea- son for the season is sometimes lost in the constant hustle and bustle. Freeborn Lutheran Church's ser- THU JAN 3 New You The North Snohomish County Christian Women's Club is sponsoring "A New You For the Millennium" luncheon at Gleneagle Country Club, 7619 E. Country Club Drive, from 11:45 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. Vicki Smith, Mary Kay Beauty Consul- tant, will help update your look. Pat Dunn is the soloist and Betty Barnett, author and storyteller, relates the colors of a kaleidoscope to life's many situation. For reservations call Kay at (360) 653- 4761. The cost is $11.25. the passing of loved ones was felt at the Weyers home in our commu- nity with the death of Gerarda Weyers, mother of Willy Weyers. Also sympathy is extended to families of Gunnar Evald, Shirley Traeger, Helga Erickson, Inga Sol- berg and Inor Gilbertson who all passed on recently. Mr. Gilbertson vice Sunday, December 19, includ ......................... ed the Sunday school program. Y2K Among families represented were those of Smith, Frank, Isgar, Wade, - ................................... Continued from page A I Lee, Koch, Hecla, Deobke, Reinell and Harding. Some 40 folks attended the can- dlelight service at Freeborn Church Christmas Eve. Sadness before Christmas with YOU ALWAYS WANTED A SATELLnlE DISH, BUT THOUGHT YOU COULDN'T GET YOUR LOCAL CHANNELS. WITH DISH 500 Channel Di ,tal Satellite W System You C~h~pose ~e Chcmne/s You Wanfl RECEIVE CRYSTAL-CLEAR, 1OO% DIGITAL LOCAL ABC, NBC, CBS AND FOX NETWORKS...ON ONE DISH ANTENNA! KING KIRO KOMO KCPO Get Amoricab Top 40, our most popular programming package, Seattle digital local channels for only $24.98 per month. DISH 500 system prices start as low as $199. Free Self Inskdlo~cm Kit or $99 basic Prc~Fe~lanal Installofion available. With DISH Network 0u-Ra Plan, -the-art system b FREE. 2","'"'"" 3 -., -, ,.-- =.. -- ~ORK ~~ ~ TL~" R3g~m&~ m Smm lwlwl 11 R The World's First & Oaly $O0.Clanmel Dt&t I Satellite IY $yste 9317 State Avenue .................................... ==-,_,= ......... ...... IIIII I IIIII I Attention soon focused on the usual New Year mileposts, new babies and not-so-new partyers. At 12:38 a.m., Jan. 1, the first 2000 baby in Snohomish County was born at Cascade Valley Hospi- tal. Joel and Angelina Garcia of Marysville became the proud par- ents of a 7-pound, 3-ounce baby boy named Daniel Garcia. A few hours later, at 4:40 a.m., Sheriff's deputies responded to a report that a man in his late 3Os or early 40s was shooting a handgun into the air in the 1700 block of SR530. According to Jorgensen, the man threatened a few people and shot over their heads. She said SAT dAN 22 Teen grief gathering The Carousel Program of Hospice homish County is offering a one-day from 9:50 a.m. to 2 p.m. for teens, age who are grieving a loss of a significant The gathering will be held at the First Jan Church, 2936 Rockefeller Ave., ents will meet separately from 12:30 to There is no charge, but registration is Call Karen at (425) 261-4807. was a member of the Freeborn Lutheran Church, where services were held December 18. December ]8, 1999 was a fund time when family and friends met at Freeborn social hall for a sur- prise 75th birthday celebration for Sam Eaton. Personally, I was impressed most of the people on the scene were intoxicated. After the shooting, the man returned to the horse trailer where he was living. Negotiators from the Sheriff's Office talked the man into surrendering his weapon. He was arrested and booked into the Sno- homish County jail for investiga- tion of first degree assault with a firearm. As daybreak arrived, attention shifted to what might happen with the opening of business Monday. Rather than Y2K problems, though, more people were reeling on Monday from the long lines at the vehicle licensing counters. Lines stretched for blocks in some places as car owners took advan- tage of lower excise taxes approved by November's passage of 1-695. rracti~ roudne at~e i.door area and Teaching Cen~r Dress up ...... your game with discounts at our fully-stocked golf shop Apply your practice to your game on-course with special greens fee privileges For more information about our golf passes call360-652-9676 before January 31, 2000. 15711 MARINE DRIVE STANWOOD, WA 98292 ~FWW. pA LM ERGO LF. COM December 24 upon o door to find Mr. and Mrs. and five daughters sin Wish You a Merry Also, our great Summer Lee Rains brol sweeter touch to the Best wishes for the NeW all. NaaEl~ ARLINGTON .- DARRINGTON ~ LAKEWOOD L4 q 00P GIRLS BASKETBALL DAll 01q~WM SITE Jan, 7 Lynden Christ. Lakewood jan, 11 Blaine Blaine DARRINGTON BOYS BASKETBALL DA~ OPPONBiI' Jan. 7 Australians Darrington Jan. 11 Concrete Darrington GIRLS BASKETBALL tan, 11 Concrete Darrington WRESTUNG Jan. 7Tournament Sultan Jan. 8Tournament Sultan Jan. 11 Friday Harbor Friday Harbor In the meantime, ice contributed to dents in the area On Dec. 29 at 5:5 Denise Rounds, 43, of was traveling four miles east of town Darrington when her Peter Kuzminsky, 53, of ton, in the According to the Patrol. Rounds was fast for the foggy and tions. Both drivers were by ambulance to Hospital. At 9:01 p.m. on SR530 just east of the near Bridge #128, Gary of Darrington, Dianne and Sadie Justice, 10, homish, were traveling in a truck when their crossed the center line bound lane. The truck onto a cement walkway, end of the guardrail and back out into the Ensley and Laurier ported by ambulance to Valley Hospital, Justice ed to Harborview Medical Seattle and was listed condition Monday head and neck injuries. AUTO PARTS WE TUE DRUMS R( Monday-Friday 8:00 Saturday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 C.dit C,d# BOYS BASKETBALL Jan. 7 L~nden Christ. Lynden Christ. Jan. 11 Blaine Lakewood DWAYNE LANE'S DR. DYKSTRA, D.D.S. EAGLE FAMILY DENTAL CENTER FLOWERS BY GEORGE FRONTIER FORD GREG S. ADAMS, D.D.S. HILLS MAYTAG HI-TECH NAILS & TANNING J.H. BAXTER KEN'S "IV & SATELLITE LA HACIENDA LAKE GOODWlN STORE LINCARE MARV'S BODY SHOP MELADY LANES NELSON PETROLEUM NORTHWEST HARDWOODS NORTHWEST VETERINARY CLINIC OLSON'S SAW SHOP OLYMP/C FORD OLYMPIC MUSIC PIt.CHUCK UNITED RENTALS SHAKLEE PRODUCTS SILVANA MEATS ARUNSTO# BOYS WRESTUNG Jan. 6 So. Whidbey So. Whidbey ACTION SPORTS ARLINGTON HARDWARE ARLINGTON PHARMACY ARLINGTON TIMES ARLINGTON/SMOKEY POINT TOWING ARLINGTON TRANSMISSION BAILEY, DUSKIN & PEIFFLE, ATrOP, NEYS BIGFOOT MUSK; BROOSTERS CASCADE SURVEYING CORDZ LIMITED DARRINGTON AUTO DA~ 01q~NmT Jan. 7 Everett Everett jan. 11 Monroe Arlington GIRLS Jan. 5 Jackson Arlington Jan. 7 Everett Arlington INIR. IJNG Jan. 6 Everett Everett Jan. 8 Tournament STANWOOD CINEMA STILLY AUTO PARTS STROTZ'S THE PETAL PATCH TRACE ENGINEERING TRAF~ON ( UNDUE INTERDRS ) LUMBER I