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A4 + The Arlington Times The Pd'l t nclLto_n.. Times s.ta ff .......... ARLINGTON -- Motorists trying to get to and from the John L. Scott Real Estate office at the corner of Railroad Avenue and Gilman Street now have one more option. The loop connection across the $900,000 Division Street and Centen- nial "Frail project, unrelated to Case's curb concerns, are in the works. Change orders have been approved to pull back tke sidewalk and curbing at the southwest corner of N. West Avenue and Division Street. This change will allow east- Library storytimes Enjoy simple stories, movement, feltboard fun and more during toddler storytimes at the Arling- ton Public Library, for ages 18 months to three years, at 9:30 a.m. Wednesdays through May 16. Stories, songs and fingerplay fun are part of the over 11th Annual Hebolb PowWow in the Everett - 360-435-4052 or the Community College gymnasium at 13th Avenue and Rockefeller Street in Everett. Grand entries will be at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome to participate in Native American traditional dancing, drumming, singing and arts and crafts. Dance prizes will be award- ed. Admission is free. Everyone is welcome. The Hebolb PowWow is sponsored by the 2545. Free clothing, Free clothing and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Cascade Valley offered on the third Arlington Development Services Director lain Draper. That part of the street construc- tion project had been planned, but at the intersection with Olympic Avenue will be modified on the west side to allow trucks to make the turn. MAY 17 Spring fling The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians, in conjunc- tion with Presidents ' School, is Stanwood Farmer's Market opens Stanwood Farmers Market is open from 9 a.mo to 3 p.m. each Saturday, rain or shine, from April through September, under the smokestack in class, which costs urday of each 435-2133, ext. child CPR al= the south, cutting off the usual access to his business. The city also is planning to short- en the curb on the Division Street end of Railroad Avenue to allow vehi- cles to exit Railroad Avenue to the west, though vehicles traveling west on Division Street Will not be able to enter there. City Engineer Paul Richart decided to remove the island after watching traffic movements. "The island was designed to guide traffic movements. After it was installed, we discovered that it actu- ally confused more motorists than it helped, so it was quickly removed," Richart said. "We appreciate every- students in the school. The event is scheduled from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the the school, 401 N. French Ave., Arlington. Refreshments will be pro- vided. For information call 360-435-5528. Swing into the past "Swing into the Past," a dance for people over grown open each Saturday, rain or shine, from April through September. Vendor information is avail- able by calling Caroline at 360-658-9056 or email stanwoodfarmersmarket @ yahoo.com. Backyard compost bins on sale Snohomish County Solid Waste Management and the city of Everett Public Works Department Call 360-435-9098 or register. Cost for the $75 and includes golf, salmon dinner and needed. THU MAY 24 Community C ,~,ww.nalbachconstruction.com MEETINGS INSTALLED Car Alarms