Tour of Northwest Stream Center
Led by Tom Murdoch, League members toured the Northwest Stream Center in McCollum Park. The 20-acre site has two salmon streams and a complex system of wetlands. We learned about watersheds, riparian forests, and the symbiotic relationship between salmon and the forest.
July 4th Parade in Edmonds
League members and supporters marched in the annual 4th of July Parade in Edmonds. Many spectators applauded the League, showing how much the community appreciates the work that the League does.
Voter Registration at EWHS
At Edmonds Woodway High School, a team of five students−Stephanie, Alyssa, Olivia, Kaitlynn, and Lena−created posters and announcements, visited classes, and used social media to promote voter registration. 149 students were registered and Representative Strom Peterson joined us.
Voter Registration at LHS
At Lynnwood High School, student leader Meghan Potter organized a team to encourage their fellow students to register to vote. The LHS event featured matching T-shirts, raffles, balloons, music, and give-aways. Fifty-five new voters were registered in two hours.
Voter Registration at MTHS
League members registered 77 new voters in two hours at Mountlake Terrace High School. MTHS student leaders Annika Prom, Sierra Clark, and Bani Bedi designed the promotional campaign and messaging, encouraging their fellow students to register to vote.
Voter Registration at MHS
At Meadowdale High School, student leaders Ryan Kennedy, Momar Mbowe, and Naiah Young did voter registrations in April and May, assisted by Lisa Kennedy and League member Rita Ireland.
March for Our Lives
Participants in this march and rally at the Snohomish County Courthouse Plaza, demanded that the safety of children become a priority and that we end gun violence in schools. LWV-SC was a sponsor of the event in partnership with the Communities of Color Coalition, the NAACP of Snohomish County, and SnoCo Indivisible.
Panel on Civil Discourse
Held on October 17, this panel discussion was presented by the League in partnership with Edmonds Community College, Sno-Isle Libraries, AAUW, and NAACP. It was facilitated by Bob Drewel, former Snohomish County Executive.