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"Friends of the Mill Creek Library honored at City Council Meeting," by Marge Rhodes

At their regular October 22, 2019, meeting, the Mill Creek City Council honored the Friends of the Mill Creek Library for their work in support of the Mill Creek Library. The nonprofit organization's volunteers plan Mill Creek Library programs, library grants, and library furnishings.

At their regular October 22nd meeting, the Mill Creek City Council honored the Friends of the Mill Creek Library for their work in support of the Mill Creek Library. 

The nonprofit organization's volunteers plan Mill Creek Library programs, library grants, and library furnishings.

Exploration Park now open and ribbon-cutting ceremony to be held

Mill Creek's newest neighborhood park, Exploration Park, is now open to the public. The project was completed on time and $110,000 under budget, even after a number of change orders.  A ribbon cutting ceremony and park dedication for the new park will take place on Tuesday, October 29th, at 6:00 pm. The public are welcome to attend.

Mill Creek's newest neighborhood park, Exploration Park, is now open to the public. The project was completed on time and $110,000 under budget, even after a number of change orders.

A ribbon cutting ceremony and park dedication for the new park will take place on Tuesday, October 29th, at 6:00 pm. The public are welcome to attend.

"Bulbs – Mother Nature’s little Antidepressants," by the Whistling Gardener

I think it is fair to say that the dark season is upon us and it seems to have arrived a couple of months early. September and October have both been unusually wet, which always cuts down on my time to spend in the garden and subsequently, prematurely kicks off my seasonal affect disorder, aka SAD.

I think it is fair to say that the dark season is upon us and it seems to have arrived a couple of months early.

September and October have both been unusually wet, which always cuts down on my time to spend in the garden and subsequently, prematurely kicks off my seasonal affect disorder, aka SAD.

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