Houseplants are all the rage (again). That’s right, back in the late 60’s and early 70’s everyone was decorating their homes and apartments with all sorts of foliage plants and even making macramé hangers (myself included).
High school students who live in Mill Creek should apply by February 9th to become the city’s nominee for one of six statewide scholarships to be awarded this year. In addition, the Mill Creek City Council will award the nominee a $500 scholarship.
Twenty five students in Gail Walters’ Environmental Systems Design class at Jackson High School have hacked and pulled 1,300 square feet of blackberries and other invasive species from land between the high school and Heatherwood Middle School since December.
A new gardening season is upon us and with it comes an opportunity to review what worked and what failed in our gardens in 2017. More importantly, now is our chance to dream big and make plans for an even more stupendous garden for this year.
Everett Public Schools, in partnership with the City of Mill Creek, will offer a free Kaleidoscope Play & Learn group on Mondays beginning January 8th at Mill Creek City Hall North in the Large Community Room.
This program is for children from birth to five years of age accompanied by their caregivers.
A friend was kind enough to bring me to last Sunday’s Seahawks game at Century Field. This game was really important in that if the Seahawks won and Carolina beat Atlanta, the Seahawks would get into the NFL playoffs this year.