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Published: Friday, October 11, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Community Extra: Applause

  • The Wheels on the Waterfront Car Show committee on Oct. 3 presented a check for $6,600 to the Providence General Foundation to benefit the Cancer Pati...

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    The Wheels on the Waterfront Car Show committee on Oct. 3 presented a check for $6,600 to the Providence General Foundation to benefit the Cancer Patient Assistance Fund. Pictured (from left) are Gerald Vasquez, Pat Beardsley, Lauren Bivins, Sue Anderson, Jim Weber, Daun Brown, Toni Mathews, Dawn Dickson and Lori Kloes.

  • The Arlington Kiwanis Club presented its Distinguished Citizen Award on Oct. 1 to Glen Zachry, who accepted the award with his wife, Eilene Zachry.

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    The Arlington Kiwanis Club presented its Distinguished Citizen Award on Oct. 1 to Glen Zachry, who accepted the award with his wife, Eilene Zachry.

  • A proclamation was read Oct. 7 at the Everett Snohomish County Council meeting declaring October as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Oct...

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    A proclamation was read Oct. 7 at the Everett Snohomish County Council meeting declaring October as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Oct. 14-20 as YWCA Week Without Violence. Pictured (from left) are council members Stephanie Wright, Dave Somers, John Koster and Dave Gossett, Julie Putterman of Snohomish County, MaryAnne Dillon, Denise Redford and Michelle Pauley of the YWCA, Debra Bordsen of Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County, Luanne Kunz of the YWCA Everett Regional Center and County Executive John Lovick.

The Wheels on the Waterfront Car Show committee on Oct. 3 presented a check for $6,600 to the Providence General Foundation to benefit the Cancer Patient Assistance Fund.
The donation represented the proceeds of the Sept. 7 classic car show -- nearly four times what the group raised last year, and $1,600 above its goal.
The car show was created last year to promote the Port of Everett marina and waterfront, as well as to benefit a charity.
Event organizers credited participants, vendors, volunteers and sponsors. Major sponsors were Brien Ford, Dwayne Lane's Family of Auto Centers, Pignataro Volkswagon, Verne Allen and All Battery Sales and Service, Scuttlebutt Restaurant and Brewery, Harbor Marine, Ron May Towing, Hoglund's Top Shop, KRKO Radio (1380 AM) and Jeff Shade's "Talk About Cars" show, Columbia Bank, Country Farms, Bayside Marine, Ed Rubatino, Holiday Inn, H&L Sports, Screen Printing NW, Marysville Awards and Gifts, Port of Everett, and the Providence General Foundation.
County, YWCA fight domestic violence
A proclamation was read Oct. 7 at the Everett Snohomish County Council meeting declaring October as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and that Oct. 14-20 is the YWCA Week Without Violence.
Kiwanis honor Arlington man
The Arlington Kiwanis Club presented its Distinguished Citizen Award on Oct. 1 to Glen Zachry.
Zachry, who co-founded Cuz Concrete Products Inc. in 1969, was honored for the many things he's done to help make the city a good place to live, such as sponsoring the Duck Dash, helping with various installations around the city, and other volunteer activities.
In addition that evening, the club installed Crystal Knight as president, Terry Marsh as president elect, George Boulton as secretary and Jim Chase as treasurer. Also, George Boulton stepped down as district lieutenant governor.

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