I always feel bad sending out a list of chores this month. Somehow it feels like we should be taking this month off and for the most part we probably can, but just in case you didn’t finish the tasks you should have accomplished in November, here are some thoughts to keep you busy…
On November 28th Seahawks legend Marcus Trufant, Sea Gals and their mascot, Blitz, along with representatives from Washington Dairy Council, came and inspired students at Gateway Middle School in a Fuel Up To Play 60 assembly.
Our dog of the week Kato is a very lovable and athletic four-year-old Coonhound! He'll be easygoing indoors when he's been well exercised. His short easy-care coat is a handsome black and tan! He's geared for lots of physical exercise, making him a fine companion for hunting, off-road jogging, hiking, and even swimming!
During this dark and dreary time of year it’s always fun to pile the kids in the car, bring along some hot cocoa to sip on, play Christmas music, and take a drive around local neighborhoods looking at Christmas light displays.
Our dog of the week Bill is a ten month young Shepherd mix with a happy, playful personality and a whole lot of energy! He loves to go for walks, runs and play with toys. He isn’t picky – any toy will do!
This black beauty is our cat of the week Wisky! She is six years young and ready for a quiet place to snuggle up. She loves to lie on laps and be brushed – which is a bonus since she has long hair. She will wow you with her love of affection and she never tires of being doted on.
Mill Creek Women’s Club held their annual auction on Wednesday, November 15th, at the beautiful Mill Creek Country Club, benefitting the YWCA Women and Children's Shelter. The targeted goal was exceeded, raising over $26,000.