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-F- J-he 211 2006 - Muki]te9 Beacon - 9 Softball champs! The Mukilteo Huskies won the Mukilteo/North Everett LL Minors Softball Champion- ship Tuesday, June 13, at the Mukilteo Little League Complex 14-9 against the Mukilteo Eagles. The game was exciting with both teams showing great offense and defense. Huskies pitcher Katie Spencer was the winning pitcher. Pictured are, from left: Back row: Steve Bodenstiener, Sarah Byquist, Claire Gaston, Bergen Bodenstiener, Ravyn Brown, Sally Park, Katie Spencer, Kim Haub Middle row: Samantha Muschett, Madelyn Seckman, Jenna Stupey, Sarah Peck, Car- olyn Van der Muelen Front row: Lindsay Haub High fashion hair stylist who's passionate about her work Specializing in trendy, new color and cuts Based out of Seattle but working ,in Mukilteo 2 days a week Experience in LA's top salons Call for an appointment 425-299-7890 MukiReOUgbt:: ph::DVD: :: ii - ber Everett Community Col- Medical Center in 2004. ceive care from Everett Com- lege nursing students PEMC is sponsoring 30 munity College graduates." made history June 9 with nursing slots per year atThe Providence partner- the largest single graduating EvCC until 2008. The hospi- ship, in addition to state class since the program was tal's commitment amounts to and federal funding, allowed first offered in 1950. $540,000 over four years.EvCC to double the num- EvCC expected to award "The partnership directlyber of nurses admitted each registered nursing degrees addresses the local shortage quarter from 20 to 40. to 34 students, said Patricia of highly qualified nurses," "There are a lot of people Black, Dean of Nursing and said EvCC Interim President who want to become nurses Health Sciences. Michael Kerns. and a nationwide nursing This class is the first to "PEMC's generous invest- come through under a part- ment in education benefits nership the college formed students, the hospital and the NURSING, PAGE 10 with Providence Everett many patients who will re- Students from the Mukilteo bachelor of arts (sociology); area are graduating from James Keith Church, bach- the University of Washington elor of arts (philosophy); this month. The students are Kelly Helene Clay, bachelor listed alphabetically: of arts (law, societies, and Daniel Tak Ahn, bachelor justice); Sean Edward Crane, of arts (economics; politi- bachelor of arts in business cal science);Eric Alvin Ber- administration (mktg; entre); glund, bachelor of science in PhiUip Koch Decker, bachelor informatics; Kristina Lynn of arts (international studies: Bezold, bachelor of science general); Phi/lip Koch Decker, in bioengineering; Nicholas bachelor of science (microbi- Mccune Brown, bachelor of ology); Anthony Nicholas Jr arts (political science); Ed- DiCesaro, bachelorof science ward Min-Su Chang, bache- in civil engineering; lor of science (physics); Pe- Kenan Drew Duncan, bach- ter K Chung,bachelor of arts elor of arts (communication); (economics); Simo Chung, Tara Beth Engel, bachelor now u of arts in business adminis- tration; Barbara Elizabeth Frewen, bachelor of sci- ence (computer science); Mary Frances Grant, bach- elor of arts (english); Angela Elaine Greene, bachelor of arts (international studies: latin america); Scott Jordan Haight, bachelor of science (biology: physiology); Yohan Kyubum Han, bachelor of sci- ence (neurobiology); Kyla Marie Horrigan, bach- ~,:. . ~E U-W, PAGE 13 park lovers, this is just for After paying a $25 nonre- you! The Washington State fundable registration fee for Parks special license plate is each number participants hot off the presses, wish to buy, bidders can up Even better, park enthu- the ante at any time during siasts can display one of the the auction period by email or first 25 numbers if they are telephone. the top bidders in a silent auc- Bidders will pick a code tion that runs through June name or "handle" so they 28. know who the competition is as they watch the price rise on their favorite number. High- est bids will be updated and posted online at www.parks. wa.gov/licenseplates. Minimum opening bid is ~Eo?J~. 7,E: PAGE 11 $ T I V 2006 Festival Dates September 8, 9 & 10- Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival Association www.mukilteofestival.org 425 353-5516 2006 Name: Membership Form Address: Telephone: Email: Types of Memberships: Includes: Individual $25 ( ) 1 Free T-shirt Family $50 ( ) 2 Free T-shirts Family/Org/Business $100 ( ) 4 Free T-shirts Size: S M L XL Quantity: Please make check payable to: Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival Association (MLFA) Remit to: Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival 304 Lincoln Ave. #200 Mukilteo, WA 98275-1568 The Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival Association is an organization that is exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions made to our organization are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.