National Family Week




In celebration of National Family Week, 11 Boys & Girls Clubs in Snohomish County will be providing activities and events for members and their families. We want to show our appreciation families. As we take time to recognize the day of Thanksgiving, we can remember the importance that families play in our lives. Thank you to the Alderwood Club, Cascade Club, Edmonds Club, Lake Stevens Club, Marysville Club, Monroe Club, North Everett Club, Oak Harbor Club, Snohomish Club, South Everett/Mukilteo Club and the Trailside Club for your participation in this appreciation week!

Alderwood Boys & Girls Club will have a Food Drive November 19th-23rd which will be delivered to the local food bank. They will also be collecting monetary donations for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. They will host a Family movie night with food for purchase with the proceeds going to Hurricane Sandy victims and the local food bank. Come show your support for needy families in the Alderwood Community and families affected by the destruction of the Hurricane.

Cascade Boys & Girls Club will have a Bake Sale November 20th from 2pm-5pm which will be put on by the Club teens through the Teen Store Program. The proceeds will go to the families affected by Hurricane Sandy. Stop by and pick up some delicious baked goods while also supporting those

Edmonds Boys & Girls Club will have a Food Drive November 19th – 23rd to celebrate National Family Week. All the donations will go to the Carol Rowe Memorial Food Bank at the Edmonds United Methodist Church. Please show your support for Edmonds Community Families by donating food items at one of the Edmonds Boys & Girls Club Super School Sites. For more information, click here.

Everett Boys & Girls Club will also be hosting a Thanksgiving Dinner at 5:00 pm on November 21st. Parents and teachers are invited to celebrate with the Everett Club kids. To find out more information about the dinner click here.

Lake Stevens Boys & Girls Club will be hosting a Canned Food Drive from Nov. 19th-23rd. Please show your support for families and drop off your cans at the Club located at 1609 E. Lakeshore Dr., Lake Stevens WA 98258.

Marysville Boys & Girls Club has partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of Atlantic City Chelsea Unit to start a “Lending a Helping Hand” campaign. Due to the destruction from Hurricane Sandy the newly opened Chelsea Unit was devastated and many of their supplies destroyed. Club kids will also be creating cards for families to show their support. Help us in supporting the families through the Boys and Girls Club of Atlantic City Chelsea Unit in this difficult time by donating toys, equipment, books, movies and games at the Marysville Boys & Girls Club on 1010 Beach Street, Marysville WA 98270.

Monroe Boys & Girls Club will be hosting a Thanksgiving Dinner on November 21st to show support for families in the Monroe community who are struggling to be able to give their family a Thanksgiving meal.

Oak Harbor Boys & Girls Club will have a Thanksgiving Basket Food Drive November 19th-23rd. They will be collecting items for a Thanksgiving Meal which will be delivered to families in need.

Snohomish Boys & Girls Club will have a Jello Drive November 19th-23rd. Their goal is to collect 400 boxes for the local food bank which helps about 400 hundred families every year during the holiday season. Please show your appreciation for families by donating Thanksgiving food items at the 402 2nd Street, Snohomish, WA 98290.

South Everett/Mukilteo Boys & Girls Club will have a Canned Food Drive for families who otherwise wouldn’t be able to have a Thanksgiving Meal November 19th-23rd. Club members will also be making Thank You Cards for their mothers in appreciation for all that they do. Help support our families by donating canned food items at 525 West Casino Road, Everett WA 98204

Trailside Boys & Girls Club will host a Day of Beauty for Trailside Moms in appreciation of Mothers and all that they do. This event will also include a dinner.

Thank you for caring!

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