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Introducing the Kiwanis Club of Mill Creek’s Kindness Wall

We want to share our Kindness Wall with all of you – virtually – until the day comes that we can all come together stronger than before!

At our community events, the Kiwanis Club of Mill Creek created a “Kindness Wall,” where individual acts of kindness are written on cards and attendees and participants are challenged to take a card and meet the kindness act written on it.

We want to share our Kindness Wall with all of you – virtually – until the day comes that we can all come together stronger than before!

Mill Creek City Councilmember Mike Todd resigns his elected position to become the city's Public Works and Community Development Director

On Wednesday, September 16th, Mike Todd resigned his Mill Creek City Council position to accept a job as the city's Director of Public Works and Development Services and Community Development. 

On Wednesday, September 16th, Mike Todd resigned his Mill Creek City Council position to accept a job as the city's Director of Public Works and Development Services and Community Development.

City councilmembers will select a replacement to fill Todd's now vacant city council position.

"Here are a Few Gems to Brighten up the Fall Garden," by the Whistling Gardener

It always amazes me that no matter how many times I visit the garden center, I always seem to find something that looks interesting and is calling to me to take it home and add it to the landscape. Here are a few that caught my eye this week as I toured the nursery looking for treasures…

It always amazes me that no matter how many times I visit the garden center, I always seem to find something that looks interesting and is calling to me to take it home and add it to the landscape.

Here are a few that caught my eye this week as I toured the nursery looking for treasures…

COVID-19 activity declining in Washington state with the help of face coverings and distancing

The latest Washington State Department of Health statewide situation report shows an overall decline in COVID-19 activity as of late August. It also shows encouraging signs that keeping our distance, limiting gathering size, and wearing face coverings are working to slow the spread of the disease.

The latest Washington State Department of Health statewide situation report shows an overall decline in COVID-19 activity as of late August. 

It also shows encouraging signs that keeping our distance, limiting gathering size, and wearing face coverings are working to slow the spread of the disease.