Make this Independence Day fun and SAFE for you and your pets. Big gatherings, loud noises, and brilliant fireworks are part of the celebration – but it can be frightening for our pets. With planning and precaution, you can ensure this holiday is enjoyable for everyone.
Everybody loves hydrangeas. After the cacophony of spring has passed and all the rhodies and azaleas are out of bloom, hydrangeas pick up the baton and continue with the parade of color in our gardens.
Even though the City of Mill Creek does not have a celebration planned for July 4th and prohibits fireworks, there are plenty of other local Puget Sound cities with fireworks shows to cap off your Independence Day.
The Mill Creek Women’s Club is planning another busy year in 2018/19 – starting with our booth at the Mill Creek Festival on July 14th and 15th. Information on the club activities will be available at the booth for anyone who is interested in learning what we do or is interested in becoming a member or a sponsor of our club.
I volunteer a couple of days a week at a local senior living establishment. I routinely deal with both men and women some of whom are in their late 80s, a couple well into their 90’s. What is interesting to me is that depending upon the specific facility you may live in, the results can be dramatically different.
One look into Humphrey's eyes and your heart will melt. This two-year-old Catahoula Leopard Dog mix is a bit anxious when meeting new people, but show him the treats and you'll soon have a new best friend.