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Kiwanis of Mill Creek’s Kindness Wall - Let a Family Member or Friend Know What You Like About Them

With Thanksgiving less than two weeks away and the December holidays right around the corner, we continue to struggle with the loneliness and isolation of Covid. Take the next step in the healing from a tough political season and the effects of Covid and put your efforts into healing your soul – and the souls of those around you!

With Thanksgiving less than two weeks away and the December holidays right around the corner, we continue to struggle with the loneliness and isolation of Covid.

Put the politics of masks or no masks aside. Take the next step in the healing from a tough political season and the effects of Covid and put your efforts into healing your soul – and the souls of those around you!

Kiwanis of Mill Creek’s Kindness Wall - Call or Text a Friend Who Voted Opposite of You

Our “Kindness Wall” is intended to bring acts of kindness to the community and to create bonds.  This week's act of kindness is about remembering that it is ok to disagree – it is ok to have different beliefs – it is ok to differ on politics. And it is OK to reach out!

Our “Kindness Wall” is intended to bring acts of kindness to the community and to create bonds.

This week's act of kindness is about remembering that it is ok to disagree – it is ok to have different beliefs – it is ok to differ on politics. And it is OK to reach out!

"The Fascinating World of Conifers," by the Whistling Gardener

I want to introduce you to a few more conifers that I find to be real gems to add to our landscapes. But before launching into some specific varieties of interest, my botanical nerdiness requires me to share what I consider to be truly fascinating facts about this group we refer to as conifers or “cone bearing” plants.

I want to introduce you to a few more conifers that I find to be real gems to add to our landscapes. But before launching into some specific varieties of interest, my botanical nerdiness requires me to share what I consider to be truly fascinating facts about this group we refer to as conifers or “cone bearing” plants.

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