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  1. Save the Bees & Get to Know Native Species via ZOOM

    June 25, 2020, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Zoom Online Classroom

    Join us via ZOOM* (virtual classroom) on Thursday, June 25th, at 7 PM for a wonderful presentation by local environmental educator, Demarus Tevuk. She will teach us about our local native bees, how they live, and what they need to thrive. You’ll be introduced to bee diversity, be shown how pollination effectiveness needs bee diversity, learn information about lifecycle and where bees live, along with useful land management tips. You’ll go home with practical knowledge for what you can do in your own backyard, farm, or orchard to help bees and other vital pollinators. There will be plenty of time for Q&A and discussion. Pay online through our Nature Store, or call 425-316-8592 to reserve your spot; $5 Adopt A Stream Foundation Members, $7 general admission. If you choose to pay online we will cross check our database to be sure your membership is active for the AASF Member price.

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Everett Police Department Calendar

  1. CANCELLED - Casino Road Soccer Camp

    June 23, 2020 - June 26, 2020

    Due to COVID-19 concerns, Everett Police made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Casino Road Soccer Camp. We continued planning throughout the pandemic but the uncertainty of future social distancing and gathering rules, the lack of qualified volunteers having the ability to commit, and a shortened planning time to create a secure and educational environment for local youth were all factors in our decision. Chief Templeman, and everyone involved with the camp, look forward to getting back on track in 2021!

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