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A6 ’o The Arlington Times Arlington Public % Friends of the Arlington Library Meeting (Teens-Adult) Join the Friends of the Library and support library programs. New members are always welcome 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 8 % Nature Journal: Sketching and Painting from Nature (Teens-Adult) Ilustrator and watercolor artist Molly Hashimoto will present a workshop on using simple sketching and painting techniques to observe the world and record what you see in a nature journal• Pre-registration required. Workshop limited to 25. Sponsored by the Friends of the Arlington Library. 11 a.m. Saturday, March 18 % Toddler Storytime (Ages 18 months to 3 years) Hip hip hooray for simple stories, silly songs, feltboard fun and more. 9:30 a.m, Tuesdays, March Library events % Preschool Storytime (ages 3 to 5 years) Join us for an imaginative half hour filled with fun. 10:30 a.m.Tuesdays, March 28-May 16 and Thursdays, March 30-May 18 % Book Club for Young Readers (ages 10 to 14) Discuss great books, Eat terrific treats. Two books will be discussed. The Firework-Maker's Daughter by Philip Pullman and The Captain's Dog by Roland Smith. Read one or both. 4 p.m., Thursday, March 16. % Celebrate Seuss Community Read Aloud I~JI ages) Families are invited to come tot he library to listen, laugh and indulge in birthday cake for Dr, Seuss as a variety of Arlington community members read aloud. 7 p.m. Thursday, March 23 Arlingl Ubra 135 NI Washington Avel; Center for Battered Women The Center for Battered Women is looking for volunteers who want to work together to eliminate domestic violence. Four eight-hour training sessions are set for April I, 15, 22 and 29. Volunteers will receive instruction in all aspects of domestic violence. To receive a vol- unteer application and information packet, call John at 425.259.2827, ext. 18. Applications must be received no later than March 27. Hospice needs volunteers Providence Home Care and Hos- pice of Snohomish County use vol- unteers in several capacities. At work with patients and their fami- lies or in bereavement will attend a 30-hour volunteer class. For information call Treasure Omdahl at 425.261.4808. Infant Toddler Program Families with children between birth and age 3 who have ques- tions about their child's growth or development can call the Infant Toddler Program on Snohomish County between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. There is no charge to families or agencies who call the program. Meg Voedisch and Joan Carter are the resource coordinators and they present, we need volunteers in the can help find answers to parents' office and with patients and fami- questions and provide develop- lies. office vbiu~teerswill haV~ an ~ merrtal screenings. For information office orientation. Volunteers who call 425.339.1965 or 800.92-7,9308. COLUMBIA COLLEGE Open to the General Public Columbia College Navy Support Complex & Naval Station Everett 13910-45th Avenue NE, Suite 802 • Marysville, WA 98271 'Where Learning is a Value" Visit our website at www.ccis.edu e-maiL: inquire@wa4email.ccis.edu OFFERING 2 & 4 YEAR DEGREE PROGRAMS IN: INDIVIDUAL STUDIES • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COMPUTER INFO SYSTEMS • CRIMINAL JUSTICE * MICROSOFT MOUS & MCSE CERTIFICATION COURSES * (X)Mi)I,F.TF, A QI!AIXi'Y MBA IN It MON'I'IIN Columbia College offers a wide rangeof financial aid. • GRANTS & STUDENT LOANS • ACTIVE DUTY & VA BENEFITS • EMPLOYER FINANCIALAID * HEWLKFF PACKARD • BOEING ° TRACE ENGINEERING • BAYLINER • TULALIP TRIBES • JOHN FLUKE, INC. • GTE MONDAY- WEDNESDAY 5:00-7:30 MONDAY- WEDNESDAY 7:30-10:00 TUESDAY- THURSDAY 5:00-7:30 TUESDAY THURSDAY 7:30-10:00 SATURDAY 9:00-2:00 SATURDAY 10:00-3:00 TUESDAY THURSDAY 5:00-10:00 SPRING CLASS SCHEDULE March 20 to May 13, 2000 UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES Course # Course Title CISS 280 Systems Analysis & Design MGMT 479 Business Policy ACCT 280 Accounting I: Financial ACCT 381 Federal Income Tax-Individuals CISS 393 Management Info Systems CISS 175 Productivity Tools CJAD 320 Cultural Diversity in CJAD FINC 396 Corporate Finance CISS 493 Info Resource Management HIST 101 Western Civilization I MGMT 330 Principles of Mangement PSYC 325 Research Design CISS 170 Intro to Computer Info Systems COMM 393 Organizational Communication ENGL 111 English Composition GRADUATE CLASSES BUSI 570 BUSI 506 Managerial Finance Legal & Ethical Environment Columbia College's academic programs of study are approved by the Higher Education Coordinating Board's State Approving Agency (HECB/SAA) for enrollment of persons eligible to receive educational benefits under Title 38 and Title 10, U,S. Code. W, M FRI MAR 3 Dream a little dream Sweet dreams, silly dreams, dreams to curl your hair are the storytime topics for preschoolers at the Darrington Public Library from 10:15 to 10:45 a.m. featuring storyteller Patsy Cloer. Reg- istration is not required. The library is located at 1005 Cascade St., Darrington. Jazzmine's dinnershow Arlington High School's Jazzmine 12th annual dinnershow continues its second week March 3, 4 and 5. Jazzmine is a select jazz/show choir which consists of 20 of the finest AHS singers, along with their instrumentalists. This year's theme is "Jazzmine on Broadway." Tickets are on sale exclusively at Flowers by George, 335 N. Olympic Ave., in Arlington and must be pur- chased in advance. Tickets are $15 per person and include dinner and stage show. Dinner is served at 7 p.m. The show begins at 8 p.m. A Sunday matinee is at 2 p.m. ing an Egg Drop Contest, where participants design and build a device that will protect an egg dropped from 30 feet in the air. The contest is open for children age 6 to 13. Prizes will be awarded, so put on your thinking caps. For infor- mation call Matt at 360.435.4442. SAT MAR 1 i Silvana Fair Auction The Silvana Fair Auction is at 6 p.m. at Viking Hall in Silvana. If you have a donation or if you would like to assist in planning, call Roy Strotz at 360.652.8602 or Lee Tatum 360.652.6149. SAT MAR 18 Free clothing, haircuts Free clothing and haircuts are available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the GoSpel Hall, across from Cascade Valley Hospital. Golf tourney benefits football The North County Eagles youth football team First aid classes is hosting a golf tournament with a shotgun start To kick off American Red Cross Month, the beginning at 10 a.m. at the Gleneagle Golf Snohomish County Chapter is offering free Stan- Course in Arlington. The tournament is a four- dard First Aid/CPR/AED (automated External man scramble and costs just $65 per golfer, which includes greens fees, golf cart, spaghetti Defibrillator) classes from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in dinner, t-shirt and tee and door prizes. The pro- Smokey Point, Mountlake Terrace and north ceeds benefit the youth football program, a non- Everett. The class will cover the basics of emer- gency response and first aid, adult CPR, and the profit organization. To register or for information operation of an Automated External Defibrillator. call 360,435.9098 or email ncyf@hotmail.com. Class sizes are limited. To register call You can also register by sending a check for $65 per golfer to NCYF P.O. Box 3411, Arlington WA 425.252.4103, ext. 12. 98223. Entries need to be in by March 1. Groups and individuals are welcome. Sponsors also are TUE MAR ? needed. The Bite of Peace THU MAR 23 Silvana's Peace Lutheran Church is offering an evening of luscious desserts and wonderful Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss entertainment at "The Bite of Peace" at 7 p.m. The North Snohomish County Rotary is spon- The public is invited. The church is located at soring a read-aloud evening in honor of Dr. 1717 Larson Road, Silvana. Proceeds benefit Seuss' birthday at 7 p.m. at the Arlington Public Housing Hope projects in the Arlington area. Library. Stories of all kinds for all ages will be pre- sented by members of the community. For infor- FRI MAR I 0 mation call the library at 360.435.3033. Egg drop contest Native American heritage discussed The Arlington Boys and Girls Club will be host- Native American Heritage is the topic of dis- cussion at the third in a Nights at the Lakewood High sponsored by the Lakewood ty Team and the Snohomish Health and Safety Network. The introduction and dinner begins at 7 and the duced at 8. A questic begin at 9 p.m., followed by at 9:30. The event is free, but those i! sign up for the dinner by ext. 2002, five days before the only be available to those whO the listed number or tl at the Lakewood High days before the event. One additional discussion The Hispanic culture and is set for April 20. SAT APR I Bowlathon Melady Lanes is hosting the! Hope Bowlathon. For or making pledges, call Pastor Our Saviours Lutheran Church, UPCOMING Old Bags of Arlington All ladies age 39 and older The Old Bags of Arlington, together for fun and for ty at 1 p.m. the first Friday American Legion Hall.The 11:30 a.m. on the third Fun Day (also at the Legion). require birth certificates and your age. For information 360.435.5168 or Ardelle at Parkinson Disease The Parkinson Disease SUl at 2 p.m. the fourth Saturday Rainier Room of the Everett ical office building, Colby caregivers are welcome. For Edna at 360.435.4924. / Arlington mission meets at 7 p.m. March 7 !1 The Arlington City Council' in the Roosevelt Buildins;,at Presi- meets at 7 p.m. March 6 in thedents Elementary Schop~!, 3i5 N. Arlington School District's board French Ave. For information call Cliff Strong at 360.435.0724. room, in the Roosevelt Building at Presidents Elementary School, 315 • The Arlington Chamber of N. French Ave. For agenda infor- Commerce meets at noon March 7 mation call 360.435.5785. at Weller's Family Restaurant at • The Arlington Planning Corn- Island Crossing. Guest speaker • 1 THE On.Site M0bile SCREENMOBILE v CREE**014JE "We Screen At Your Place" Quality Wb:dow and Door Screens www.screenmobile.com (360) 629-4249 What is Buddy Waiting SUBSCRIBE OR RENEW NOW! $32 per year, in county $68 per year, out of county Bring this coupon in to our office at 426 N. Olympic Ave. or Mail to: P.O. Box 67 Arlington, WA 98223 Arlington TIMES P.O. Box 67 • Arlington, WA 98223 ° 435-5757 [] New Subscription [] Renewal Name [] Yes, I want to subscribe [] 1 YEAR, in county, $32 [] 1 YEAR, out of county $68 Address City II State Zip Ellen Sime of Arlington Fabrics will 360.659.5453. speak about marketing on the ., ~, internet. Lunch costs $6., Post #1561 • Housing Hope's Arlington Wars and Action Committee meets at 5:30 p.m. the first p.m. the third Tuesday of each month at the month at Our Saviours Lutheran Street in Church, 615 E. Highland Drive, tion call Arlington. For information call Pumphrey at Housing Hope at 425.347.6556. • The • The Arlington Downtown meets at 6:30 Merchants meet at 8 a.m. the first, third Mondays second and third Thursdays and at Restaurant in 6 p.m. the fourth Thursday of the mation call month at the Arlington Chamber 360.435.5424 of Commerce office on N. Olympic at 360.435.3094" Avenue. • The • The Smokey Point Chamber at 6:15 a.m. of Commerce meets at noon The Steak March 8 at the Smokey Point N. Olympic Ave., Alfy's. For information call • The Stilla Association first Monday neer Hall, 2072 Arlington. Lakewood • The meets at 7 Higl board third SUE McCABE OWNER/STYLIST EDUCATOR • %', Ph. (360) 1289 Senior S Perms ......... • Haircuts ........ Color & Cut ...... 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