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14 - Mukilteo Beacon - June 2006 Yacht club to host Port Ludlow cruise The Mukilteo Yacht Club will host the Port Ludlow Cruise from June 23-25. Please join MYC for the cruise from the Everett area to Port Ludlow on the Olympic Peninsula. Port Ludlow has many fine walking trails, a free shuttle to nearby golf courses, and a beautiful marina. Attendees can also purchase a beach pass to use the pool, sauna, racquetball courts, etc. On Saturday evening, bring a potluck dish and appetizers to share on the dock. BBQs are available for grilling your favorite entr6e. After dinner, attendees can partici- pate in a game to test your boating knowledge. Call Port Ludlow Marina at 800-308-7991 to reserve a slip and call Cruise Captain Done Dauenhauer at 206-579-4740 to register for this cruise. The registration deadline is June 22. Summer baseball league slated South Mukilteo Little League is sponsoring a summer baseball league for kids ages 9-12. Weeknight games will run from July 5 through Aug. 3. Cost is $75. For further information or to register online, visit SurnmerBall2006@South- MukilteoLittleLeague.com. Church hosts Bible school "The Incredible Race," at Grace Lutheran Church (a church of the Lutheran Brethren), Vacation Bible School will be held from 9 a.m. to noon each day for children ages 3-11. A Pinewood Derby and BBQ will be featured at 6 p.m. Friday, July 14. Parents are invited to attend the activi- ties that day. More information, including driving directions, can be obtained at www. gracelbchurch.com or call 425-741- 8867. Grace is at 3223 164th St. SW, #B, adjacent to the Swamp Creek Park n Ride. Look for the large sign on the front and at the top of the building. Fish hatchery to be yacht club topic MYC will hold its monthly meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 22, at the Old Mukilteo Garage, 807 2rid Ave Mukilteo. Walt Thompson of the Edmonds Laebugten Salmon Club will discuss the operation of the Deer Creek Fish Hatchery. MYC promotes boating in the Mukilteo area; however, owning a boat is not required to join. Want to learn more about Mukilteo Yacht Club? Come to the meeting or check the club's web site at www. mukilteoyachtclub.com. Volunteer wanted to help cats and kittens Purrfect Pals nonprofit cat shelter seeks volunteers to assist as cat socializers and adoption counselors at their partner adoption facility, Lyn- nwood PetSmart. Volunteer cleaning assistants and cat photographers are needed at their Adington location. A volunteer orientation is planned from 10:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 24, at the Arlington shelter. For more information, contact All Long at 360-652-9611, ext.16 or email her at ali@purrfectpals.org. Montessori readies annual auction Montessori Schools of Snohomish County announces its annual benefit Community Calendar dinner and auction at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 24, at the Everett Holiday Inn on Pacific Ave and Pine Street. "rickets are available by calling the school at 425-355-1311 or at 1804 Puget Dr Everett, 98203. Montessori Schools of Snohornish County is a non-profit organization and has been providing a quality, yet affordable educational experience for the children of Snohomish County since 1962. They serve 150 students from infants through high school, offering individualized leaming programs for students from a variety of families in Snohomish, King and Skagit counties. Baseball camps are scheduled Northwest Baseball Academy is enrolling students for summer camps. These camps are open to ages 9-13. Comprehensive Camps: 6/26-6/30 at Mukilteo LL Complex, 7/10-7/14 at Snohomish LL Complex, 7/17-7/21 at Evergreen Playfields, Mountlake Terrace and 8/7-8/11 at Northshore LL Complex, Woodinville. Hitting Camps: 6/21 and 7/6 and Pitching Camps: 7/5 held at their indoor facility in Lynnwood. AIIsports Camp: 7/17-7/21 at Martha Lake Elementary for ages 5-8. For more information visit www. nwbaseballacademy.org or call Mark at 425-482.6922. Youth football signups underway The Meadowdale Wolverines are holding signups for the 2006 season, serving kids in grades K-8 in the Lyn- nwood, Edmonds and Mukilteo areas. For more information, please visit www.washingtonyouthsports.org or call 425-265-9026 #1 '50 Ways to .= Leave Your Mother' The book "50 Ways to Leave Your Mother" - an ideal graduation gift - by Mukilteo resident Chds Salditt, is available at the Mukilteo Booksellers located in Old Town Mukilteo at 619 Fourth Street, Suite C. Library summer stuff for teens Teens Read to Kids ~ Teenagers can have fun read- ing aloud to younger kids and earn chances to win valuable prizes. Entry forms for the monthly drawings are available in the TEEN area of the Mukilteo Library. Mukilteens' Brunch Bunch - Local teens are invited to join a teen book discussion group, which meets from 10-11:30 a.m. every Wednesday in July. Pick up the first set of books at the library Info Desk anytime after June 20. Copies of the following weel~s book will be distributed at the end of each session. Free food and lively discussion! Junior golf camps Both mini camps and large camps will be offered this summer at Harbour Pointe Golf Course for young people ages 6-17. Costs range from $90 to $175. Times and dates vary. For registration or information, call 1-800-233-3128 x2. Mariner alumni get organized Mariner High School Alumni As- sociation is hold an organizational meeting at Mariner High School from 7-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 28, in the commons. Any and all interested people ape encouraged to attend. Send inquiries to mantoothjr@ mukilteo.wednet.edu. Call for artists Artists, musicians, actors and poets are invited to share their talents at Open Mike Night, held each Thursday in Lincoln Courtyard. Don't miss out on the fun and opportunity to perform before a live audience - especially you closet musi- cians, singers and poets. Open Mike Night is held at Whid- bey Coffee, 619 4th St from 6-8 p.m. every Thursday during the summer. For more information, contact 455 -423-0450. This event is hosted by the Mukilteo ARTS Guild, a non profit organization dedicated to promoting and foster- ing the arts in the greater Mukilteo area. Call for Artists Grades K- 12 Students living within the Mukilteo School District boundaries are eligible to enter the Lighthouse Festival Junior Art Show. Entries are due between 10.6 sat- urday, Sept. 2, at Rosehill Community Center, 304 Lincoln Ave. Details and entry forms can be found at www.mukilteofestival.org or call 425-3553.6516. Pat Odlaug golf tourney Organizers are gearing up for the 3rd annual Pat Odlaug Memorial Golf Tournament, to take place Saturday, Aug. 5, at Harbour Pointe Golf Course. Pat was a teacher and coach in the Mukilteo School District. He passed away in 2004. The proceeds from the tournament benefit the Mukilteo Boys & Gids Club. For more information on application forms or sponsorships, please call 360-652-6589. RENT-A-CHEF Continental & Pacific Northwest cuisine in the privacy of your own home. 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CITIGROUP and the Umbrella Device at( trademarks and service marks of Citigroup, Inc. or its affiliates and are used and registered throughout the world. . F 1 l llllllll l II Stop in for a bite, or let us cater your next event! [,sra's P/, I I Mukilteo Presbyterian Vacation Bible School For children entering kindergarten through 5th grades, this year's Vaca- tion Bible School is FIESTA: Where Kids are Fired Up About Jesus. VBS will run from 9 a.m.--noon, June 26-30, at Mukilteo Presbyte- rian Church at 4514 84th St. S.W Mukilteo. If you would like more information or registration forms, please call the church office at 355-2802. Teen Xtreme Camp Space is still available for Teen Xtreme Camp at the Mukilteo Family YMCA. Teen Xtreme is an all-day, all-summer camp for students entering grades 6-9. Ovemight campouts, Exploring Seattle, Wild Waves and Birch Bay are some of the planned highlights. Camp starts June 26. The cost is $175 per week for YMCA members, $200 for program members. Financial assistance is available. Stop by the Y to pick up a 2006 Summer Camp brochure, or visit www. ymca-snoco.org for more information. A Call for Quilts The Bleitz Funeral Home in Seattle is looking for blanket donations from local quilting clubs. Many parents lose their children, and we provide blankets for them from quilting clubs that are affiliated with the Linus Club, said Mukflteo resident Kim Chang. For more information contact Chang at 206-282-5220 or kim. CALENDAR, E. .1.5.