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Snohomish County and Edmonds College Partner to Produce PPE

Edmonds College

Continuing to find innovative ways to provide locally-sourced PPE By Snohomish County Government | Press Release SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WA, July 23, 2020 – Edmonds College (EC) and Snohomish County announced their partnership to produce locally sourced Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). EC produced 200 face shields at the Washington Aerospace Training and Research Center (WATR) at […]

Sign up for online summer youth camps at EdCC

Edmonds Community College Summer Camp

By Edmonds Community College | Press Release Edmonds College is offering 100% online, summer youth camps from now through the week of Aug. 17. Camps will be led by live instructors from the college and Black Rocket, a national leader in technology education. Choose from a variety of programs in the arts, language acquisition, coding, […]

EdCC awards scholarships to Community Read winners

Edmonds Community College

By Sam Fox | Marketing and Communications Coordinator LYNNWOOD, Wash. — The Edmonds College Foundation awarded $3,600 in scholarships to four students — Jangmi “Esther” Hong, Osbaldo Perez, Israel “Scott” Rehaume, and Katie Sisson — as part of the college’s annual Community Read program. “I commend these students for their creativity and dedication to learning […]

Lynnwood veterans continue to have access to resources and support

Lynnwood veterans continue to have access to resources and supportBy Erin Freeman | Lynnwood Times Staff The city of Lynnwood does not have a specific veterans assistance service but acts as a resource to connect the veterans’ population to a directory of programs and services. “What the city offers is a connection to different veteran agencies,” […]

Current and upcoming economic development in Lynnwood

By Luke Putvin THE RESERVE SENIOR APARTMENTS AT SCRIBER LAKE Independent seniors struggling with soaring rents in Puget Sound now have a modern and affordable option in Lynnwood. The Reserve at Lynnwood recently opened, offering 295 new apartments with studios, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom units at 19815 Scriber Lake Road, just three blocks southwest of Scriber […]

“Roll of the Dice,” a new improv comedy show at Black Box Theatre

By Kirsten Johnson | February 24, 2020. An over-sized, purple dice tumbles down the stairs at Black Box Theatre Feb. 22, landing face up on one word: ecstatic. UP North Players cast member Chris Wong reacts with a grin and begins jumping up and down — emulating a child — as audience members giggle. “Why […]

Washington State Aerospace Collegiate Conference takes off

by Lynnwood Times Staff Dozens of budding rocketeers gathered Saturday for the third annual Washington State Aerospace Collegiate Conference. The free event was designed to highlight student achievement in rocket design and promote the field of aerospace engineering.  It was held at Edmonds Community College and featured attendees from Edmonds CC, North Seattle Community College, […]

Washington State Aerospace Collegiate Conference on Feb. 15

Edmonds Community College

Rocketeers in middle school, high school, and college are invited to Edmonds Community College’s third annual Washington State Aerospace Collegiate Conference (WASACC) on Feb. 15. The free event features a keynote address by Erin Evans, Anna Jensen, and Samantha Westall, three engineers from Kent-based aerospace manufacturer Blue Origin. Attendees will have opportunities to share news […]

Edmonds CC to host film screening to honor Japanese American WWII Veterans

Kazuo Yamane

LYNNWOOD, Wash. — Edmonds Community College will host a film screening and discussion to honor Japanese American World War II veterans on Feb 20. The screening will include the films “Honor & Sacrifice: The Roy Matsumoto Story” and “Proof of Loyalty: Kazuo Yamane and the Nisei Soldiers of Hawai’i.” Lucy Ostrander and Don Sellers, who […]

Edmonds Community College Faculty members picket for living wage

Edmonds Community College Faculty members picket for living wageby Luke Putvin | Lynnwood Times A brisk morning with temperatures in the mid-30s did not stop Edmonds Community College Faculty from their informational picketing on the corner of 196th and 68th.  “We’re fighting for a fair contract; currently the administration is refusing to give us much over […]

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