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GLOBE THE MARYSVILLE SPORTS: Marysville Youth Football preps for season. Page 10 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 2013  WWW.MARYSVILLEGLOBE.COM  75¢ P A P E R AT T TY 2 E 189 SINC NI THE N E OF HE T HEA&URL SO OUR COMM U SPORTS: First Seeds of Grace golf tourney raises $2,100. Page 10 School supplies collected for those in need BY KIRK BOXLEITNER MARYSVILLE — Saturday, Aug. 3, saw the community contribute to two all-day collection drives for school supplies in time for the start of the new school year. The Tulalip Walmart hosted the South Snohomish County Toys for Tots’ backto-school supplies drive to benefit the Marysville, Everett and Mukilteo school districts, and its first four hours drew donations of more than $400 in cash from roughly 200 people, in addition to filling a waist-high cardboard box and a shopping cart full of school supplies. Mary Butler, the local community organizer for the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots Foundation of Snohomish County, estimated that wide-ruled paper, glue sticks and colored pencils were the most donated items of the day. “The donors have been steady all day,” said Butler, who explained that the cash donations would be divided up among the three school districts and used to purchase school supplies for their respective students. “I’m quite pleased that we’ve been SEE SUPPLIES, PAGE 2 Kirk Boxleitner/Staff Photo Bonnie Ramsey, left, receives a box filled with school supplies from Mike Ferri during the Aug. 3 ‘Fill the Bus’ school supplies donation drive for elementary and middle school students in Marysville. COMMUNITY: Historical Society seeks help to identify historic photos Marysville Street Festival sports new name, offers familiar Homegrown favorites. Pages 12-14 INDEX BY KIRK BOXLEITNER CLASSIFIED ADS 16-18 9 LEGAL NOTICES 4 OPINION 6 OBITUARY 10-11 SPORTS 15 WORSHIP Vol. 120, No. 28 Kirk Boxleitner/Staff Photo Marysville Historical Society President Ken Cage peruses some of the books of old photos that will be on display for the public during the Marysville Street Festival: Handmade & Homegrown from Aug. 9-11. MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Historical Society will be bustling with activity during the Marysville Street Festival: Handmade & Homegrown from Aug. 9-11 and beyond. As the rest of Third Street gets into the Homegrown spirit of the Street Festival that weekend, the Historical Society will be joining in by conducting a summer fundraising raffle and inviting the community to help them identify historic photos that have been donated to the Society by fellow members of the public. Marysville Historical Society President Ken Cage explained that the first prize — a fishing trip for two with Tom Nelson, the host of 710 ESPN’s “Outdoor Line,” on board their “Big Red” flagship boat — was obtained through Nelson’s family connections to the Marysville community, while Silvana Meats will provide the second prize of a $250 gift card for their wares, and Chirocare of Marysville will administer massages worth $65 each to the winners of the third and fourth prizes. “Tom was a member of our local Scout troop,” Cage said. “His mother worked at a dental office in town. She’s still a member of the Historical Society, who supports us SEE PHOTOS, PAGE 2 838804 WS

Marysville Globe, August 07, 2013

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