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December 14, 2005

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14 - Mukilteo Beacon - December 2005 J[; [ AVOID THE CROWDS AT -t THE MALL AND SHOP AT THE LIGHTHOUSE GIFT SHOP. Mukilteo Historical Society (425) 513-9602 mukilteohistorical.org PtENTY OF FREE PARKJNG! GIFTS ON SALE" INCLUDING 20% OFF ALL GERMAN NUTCRACKERS COME VISIT SANTA! 1 SATURDAY. J . :. . .? . -. . . ! Complete Landscape Installation & Maintenance Residential & Commercial Mowing & Edging Decks & Fencing Pruning Sprinkler Systems Bark Rock & Block Walls Landscape Installs Natural Rock Paths Yard Clean-ups Annual Color a ,=L ;~ ~'~ 13102 Beverly Park Rd ]9]B.B ~ ~'~ i ~ -- ~ Mukilteo WA 98275 L ~ ~ "~" Fax 4'~'5-745-5076 www.TheGroundsPro.com Bonded-Insured-Licensed Put skin care at the to. D of your holiday wish listS. Offering: Therapeutic Facials Laser Hair Removal Wrinkle Treatments Ache Therapies Botox and Restylane We've Got Gift To find out more, call us today: 42 $/35 $-1000 THE COSMETIC PRACTICE OF WARREN ~AGNUS, DO 631 FIFTH ST, 5TE 1OO DOWNTOWN /~U KI LTEO WWW.MAIASKI N.COM Community Calendar Peace Action's annual Holiday Bash Enjoy goodies, music, a sale table, and time to socialize with your favorite fellow peace activists beginning at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 16, at the Edmonds Christian Church at 23010 84th Ave West in Edmonds. Contact Hans (425) 493-6605. Help a needy neighbor Catholic Community Services seeks drivers for transporting clients to and from doctor's appointments and the like. Clients can get in and out by themselves. Help your neighbor maintain an in- dependent lifestyle. Drive every day or schedule to fit your free time. Mileage reimbursement provided. You must be over 21, have insurance, a valid driver's license and a safe running vehicle. This is a volunteer position. Interested? Call John McAIpine at (425) 257-2111 ext. 3374 today or email JohnM@ccsww.org Library programs Help beat the winter blues with stories, songs, finger plays, crafts and much more beginning at 7 p.m. today and at 10 and 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 15, at the Mukilteo Library. Fraud alert and prevention Fraud alert and prevention is the topic of the January hARP presenta- tion beginning at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 13 at the South County Senior Center. The speaker is Joe Dukes, AARP's Statewide Consumer Issues Special- Mukilteo Fire Department volunteer flrefighters, EMS providers needed Are you interested in learning to become a Volun- teer Firefighter or EMS Provid- er in the City of Mukilteo? Do you live within the service area of the city of Mukilteo? A recruit class will be held this win- ter to train and test accepted applicants for volunteer positions with the MFD. Recruits will receive training to become a First Responder and in-house training for firefighters. Please call the Mukilteo ist. In addition to identity theft, Joe will discuss how to detect and prevent scares and fraud that we are some- times confronted with through various media, including mail, email, and the telephone. You are also welcome to join them at the business meeting starting at 1 p.m. followed by some social time before the presentation begins. The South County Senior Center is at 220 Railroad Avenue in Edmonds near the ferry landing. 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W. next to Harbour Point Middle School to pick up an application. Applicants must have a good driving record, pass a criminal back- ground check and be a high school gradu- ate at least 18 years old to be accepted into the recruit program. Other applicant, criteria will be explained upon re- quest of an application. Baseball sign-up South Snohomish Little League is accepting registrations for the spring baseball and softball seasons for boys and girls ages 5-18. The league is ac- cepting applications for managers and coaches in both baseball and softball. The league is also looking for umpires. Training is available. For more infor- mation: visit www.eteamz.com/ssll Mukilteo YMCA Teen Night Teen Night is open to all students in grades 6-12 who present a valid school identification card. Admission is included in your YMCA membership and $5 for program members. You must present your membership card to get in at no charge. Activities include access to the teen center, basketball, movies, games, dancing and food. Teen Night runs most Saturday evenings, so call (425) 353-9622 for available dates. Star-studded cast in OBT's Nutcracker Lpecial performers are primed to deliver special performances of The Nut- cracker when Olympic Ballet Theatre of Edmonds keeps significant holiday dates this month. Aesha Ash joins Darius Crenshaw for OBT's Nut- cracker presentation at the Everett Performing Arts Cen- ter at 2 and 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 18. Aesha Ash has danced solo- ist and principal roles in film, television and video, includ- ing appearances as featured dancer in Barbie Nutcracker and Sesame Street. She was principal dancer for Maurice Bejart with Bejart Ballet and has been featured in numer- ous publications. Darius Crenshaw began his dance training at the School for Creative & Performing Arts at age 9. He danced as an apprentice with Cincin- OBT, PAGE 20 ~, e,e o i e,e, e i i