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Seven Lakes Lions Club invites people to learn more about the Lions service club and to offer ideas for local community service projects.
A public meeting is set for 7 p.m. Tuesday at Lake Goodwin Community Club, 17323 42nd Ave NW, off Lakewood Road.
More info: Sharon, 360-654-0145.
Marysville: Dog park work party
Marysville Dog Owners Group, M-DOG, plans to hold a volunteer work party on Saturday at the Strawberry Fields for Rover Off-Leash Park.
The event is set to begin at noon and includes helping Boy Scout Rich Beckett install a new bridge over the stone river rock bed in the park for his Eagle Scout project, repainting the M-DOG maintenance building, spreading wood chips, and other basic maintenance. Free food and refreshments will be provided at the park, 6100 152nd St.
M-DOG is a nonprofit organization that provides year-round stewardship and basic maintenance in support of the Marysville Parks and Recreation Department for the city's off-leash park.
More info: 360-651-0633 or email Doug Buell, email@example.com.
Monroe: Church presents play
The First Baptist Church of Monroe is scheduled to host the play "Annie Imes: Private Eye?" at 10:45 a.m. Sunday at 17922 149th St. SE.
The play is produced by Fishnet Theatre, an Arlington-based community theater troupe. The play is about a rookie detective trying to prove the existence of God.
Entrance is free but donations are accepted.
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Snohomish: Senior dinner
Glacier Peak and Snohomish high school students are hosting a senior citizen dinner starting at 5 p.m. Monday at Glacier Peak High School, 7401 144th Place SE.
Cost of dinner is free but reservation is required. To reserve a seat, call 360-563-4001 and leave a name and the number of people attending.
Stanwood: Citywide cleanup
Stanwood's citywide cleanup day, Operation Clean Sweep, is set for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday or until the dumpsters are full, whichever comes first. The event is sponsored by the city of Stanwood and Waste Management.
Stanwood residents are allowed to bring one load of their own garbage and recyclable items, as well as yard waste, scrap metal, furniture, mattresses and clean wood to the city parking lot behind the police station. This service is free of charge when you bring with you a copy of a Stanwood utility bill.
More info: Devin Tokizawa, 360-629-2181.
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