A connection meant to be—who would have guessed it! Then Mill Creek Garden Club President, Michael Crawford, in her capacity as a Master Gardener volunteered on family night at Challenger Elementary School where she became acquainted with the non-profit organization, Farmer Frog.
There’s no question that the City of Mill Creek has lost decades of institutional knowledge in the past year or so with the departures of long term employees. This week Finance Director Jeff Balentine’s office was empty.
We at the Mill Creek Police Foundation were beyond thrilled to present a $15,000 check to Bothell Police Department representatives on August 10th, bringing the total raised for Officer Jonathan Shoop’s family to $35,000.
The Mill Creek Women’s Club is hopeful that it will be able to resume its luncheon meetings and other programs in the Fall of 2020. We will have a free Zoom option for our members in the event we cannot meet, which is looking more and more likely.
On Wednesday, August 12th, City Manager Michael Ciaravino sent out a 1,500 word press release apparently in response to a number of public inquiries regarding the recent layoffs and the employees union unfair labor practices complaints.
Continued construction of The Farm multi-use development and new construction of the Creekside West residential development may cause some traffic delays on 35th Avenue SE and 132nd Street SE beginning the week of August 10th.
April Guentz, a longtime volunteer at the Community Care Garden and the Mill Creek Community Food Bank, (both programs are operated by the Hope Creek Charitable Foundation), would like to provide a packet of five masks to every child whose family is served by our local Mill Creek Community Food Bank.
Almost as certain as a June rain, dragonflies are a sure sign that summer has arrived. They hover and zip around our gardens in search of those pesky mosquitoes, no doubt their version of a takeout meal.
Since the Bothell Police Department had not yet created a charitable foundation allowing them to accept donations for the Shoop family, they decided to partner with their neighboring police department in Mill Creek.
Due to recent rains and anticipated cooler weather conditions, effective Tuesday, October 6th, at 8:00 am, the burn ban is lifted for all of the unincorporated areas of Snohomish County by order of the Snohomish County Fire Marshal, Michael McCrary.