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Published: Thursday, October 24, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Around the county

Edmonds: Street scramble planned
The inaugural Edmonds Street Scramble is planned for Saturday where people use a special map as a guide to find as many checkpoints as they can before time runs out.
The event is for families, friends, runners, cyclists and walking enthusiasts. There are separate entry fees by age: $5-$20 through Thursday; a family fee is available. After Oct. 24, add $5 to all fees.
Register at and find instructions, rules and details.
Event day registration and check-in at 8:30 a.m. is at the Frances Anderson Center 700 Main Street Edmonds. Map and instructions 9 a.m. Start time 9:30 a.m.
For more information, call Edmonds Parks and Recreation at 425-771-0230.
Everett: Listen, talk about China
Participate in a nationwide town hall discussion about China and talk about how the United States and China's political and economic relationship relates to Snohomish County at 4 p.m. Monday at Everett Community College's Henry M. Jackson Conference Center.
Everett is one of more than 60 cities throughout the United States participating in China Town Hall, presented by the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations.
The event will start with a webcast talk by former U.S. Secretary of State Madeline Albright, and will be followed at 4:45 p.m. by a guest lecture by Michael McCune, consumer strategist and global advisory services director for CEB Iconoculture, a Minnesota-based global consumer research and advisory firm. McCune is a member of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations.
Go to for more information and instructions on how to participate.
The event is free. Everett Community College is located at 2000 Tower St.
Mountlake Terrace: Survey for community
A community satisfaction survey, conducted every other year since 2007, will be arriving in mailboxes later this month. The survey is intended to measure residents' satisfaction with community services, which helps guide the Mountlake Terrace City Council for the next two years.
It's a random survey and not every resident will be surveyed. The resident with the most recent birthday in a household is asked to complete and return the survey.
To see results of past surveys, go to
Tulalip: Keep Port Susan clean talk
The Snohomish Conservation District plans a free Port Susan open house, 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, at the Tulalip Administration Building, Room 162, 6406 Marine Drive, Tulalip.
Learn how you can help keep Port Susan healthy and protect habitat. Speakers will discuss the history, culture, people and marine resources of Port Susan.
Speakers include Patty Gobin of the Tulalip Tribes; Tom Hoban Sr., a resident of Tulalip Bay since 1940 and well-known advocate for marine life; and Tulalip Tribes planner Valerie Streeter, who will lead a tour of the grounds' rain garden.
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