Make this Independence Day fun and SAFE for you and your pets. Big gatherings, loud noises, and brilliant fireworks are part of the celebration – but it can be frightening for our pets. With planning and precaution, you can ensure this holiday is enjoyable for everyone.
National board-certified teacher Bree Youngberg has been very successful in growing her AP Economics program at Cascade High School. Now she is joining a group developing a nation-wide economics curriculum.
It’s quite easy to make predictions about the future. After all, no one can prove you’re wrong. Especially if you adopt a very long-term outlook, say a couple of centuries. Never-the-less, here is one person’s view of what is to come.
Have you heard the news? Our dog of the week Finn is looking for his new family! This gregarious Beagle is one cheerful and loving guy. He wears a permanent grin and can turn anyone’s frown upside down.
Even though the City of Mill Creek does not have a celebration planned for July 4th and prohibits fireworks, there are plenty of other local Puget Sound cities with fireworks shows to cap off your Independence Day.
Just because it’s summer vacation for some, the Mill Creek Women’s Club does not stop its work. The club continues its twice-weekly volunteer work on behalf of its prime charity, the YWCA Pathways for Women Working Wardrobe Boutique in the Y’s Everett Regional Office.
We all have our daily chores to do. I am always joking with my wife about whether doing our daily chores actually accomplishes something – or whether it is an exercise in futility (much like the old adage: shoveling sand against the tide).