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The Lake Stevens Boys & Girls Club presents . . . A Taste of the Community
The Lake Stevens Boys & Girls Club is reaching out to the local residents and business owners from the Lake Stevens area to send us their favorite family recipes. Our club is putting together a community cookbook as a fundraiser. We will be accepting recipes through the month of May. You can either e-mail them to Alicia Landre at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail/drop off at the Club, our address is: 1609 E. Lakeshore Drive, Lake Stevens, WA 98258. In addition to your recipe, please include your name and contact information, including how long you have been a resident or where you work in Lake Stevens. All proceeds from the sale of the cookbook will directly benefit the Lake Stevens Boys & Girls Club. Thank you for your support!
Jay’s Market SHOP LOCAL AND SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY program!
Shop the first Friday of every month to support a local non-profit organizations in our community. Jay’s will give back 5% of that days total sales to the organization listed below. We kick this program off Friday, May 5th with 5% going to the Lake Stevens Relay for Life.
5% Give Back Days:
• June 1st ~ LS Boys & Girls Club
• July 6th ~ LS Family Center
• August 3rd ~ LSJAA Athletic Program
• September 7th ~ LS Education Foundation
• October 5th ~ LS Food Bank
• November 2nd ~ LS Kiwanis Holiday Baskets
• December 7th ~ LS Senior Center
Lake Stevens Ski & Wakeboard Club
The Lake Stevens Water Ski & Wakeboard club, meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm at the LS School District office Bldg. Room B, 12309 22nd St. NE, LS. Information on club activities and single or family memberships are available at skilakestevens.net. Interested persons are welcome at the meeting.
More Community Events
For more community events go to
http://www.lakestevenschamber.com/lsevents.htm or www.lakestevensfamilycenter.org.
My name is Yajaira Contreras and I am with Achievement Matters. We are a private one-on-one tutoring company that provides tutoring to students in their homes and local libraries in Washington State. We are currently working with the No Child Left Behind Act to provide free tutoring to low-income families and are seeking some tutors to tutor in Elementary School English and Math in Lake Stevens.
If you have any questions please email me at email@example.com
Also, please feel free to check out our website at www.myachievementmatters.com. Full job description at bottom of page.
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Mentoring Children of Promise
Spend time with a young person in your community! Local Lake Stevens boys enrolled in our program need caring adult mentors. A mentor is 21 years or older and commits to spending 2 hours a week with a young person doing activities in your community.
Visit our website at www.voaww.org/mcp for more information! Lake Stevens boys need a caring adult male role model to help increase their self esteem. You can help!
Getting Organized, or Downsizing?
Did you know St. Vincent de Paul will pick up your furniture donations free of charge?
68,413 neighbors in Snohomish County were helped by your donations in 2010. We accept sellable
large items such as furniture, clothing, tools and more. Call for more details or to schedule a
pick-up. (425) 355-3504 ext. 2
Follow Chamber on Twitter
The Chamber is now using Twitter to send out event reminders. If you are a Twitter user and would like to receive reminders this way, please sign up here: http://twitter.com/lkstevenschambr.
Save more, stress less, win big!
It pays to choose a smarter trip on 20th Street with Curb the Congestion. Ride the bus, carpool, vanpool, bike or walk instead of driving alone.
Save money and stress. Whether you’re commuting to work or running weekend errands, you’ll save money and cut your traffic stress.
A Curb the Congestion Specialist can provide personalized assistance. For example, the Specialist can help you find a carpool partner, plan your bus trips, or learn about vanpools.
Win up to $1,000. Choose a smarter trip at least 12 days a month and you could win incentive prizes up to $1,000. An online calendar makes it fast and easy.
Help reduce congestion on 20th Street. We all benefit from less traffic congestion on 20th Street. Please help spread the word about Curb the Congestion to your friends and neighbors.
Visit www.communitytransit.org/CurbIt or call 425-438-6136 for details and to sign up.
Curb the Congestion is a partnership between Community Transit and Snohomish County to reduce traffic congestion and encourage healthy travel options on 20th Street, 164th Street, and 128th Street. It is funded by Snohomish County through development mitigation fees and federal grants, and operated by Community Transit.
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Achievement Matters - Hiring Part-Time Tutors
Achievement Matters is a private one-on-one tutoring company serving families throughout Washington. As a tutor you will be making a difference in a student's life in a career that's fun, rewarding, and flexible! We provide private tutoring to both private and public school students. We also offer free tutoring for students who qualify for Supplemental Educational Services through the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) act. We are seeking enthusiastic tutors who enjoy working with students in grades K-12 and can tutor in any of the following subjects including but not limited to: Reading/ Language Arts, Math, or Science.
We are currently looking for tutors who:
-must be at least 18 years of age
-have previous experience teaching or tutoring or extensive knowledge in a particular subject
-have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university OR a minimum of 60 post secondary units can apply, but must have previous tutoring experience
-must be punctual and dependable
-patient and caring
-are committed and passionate about teaching
-know how to motivate children who are struggling in school and make learning fun
-possess sensitivity to social, economic and cultural diversity
Requirements: Tutors must have a reliable means of transportation, internet access, and MUST able to pass an extensive federal criminal background check.
You will be contacted by email for an interview if we feel that you are a right fit. No phone calls please.
Tutoring assignments will take place within a few miles from where the tutor lives or goes to school.
The majority of tutoring positions take place Monday through Thursday, between the hours of 3:00pm and 9:00pm. Some tutoring sessions can also be arranged on weekends or early mornings.
Tutoring sessions will be arranged around the tutor's schedule
Tutors will be hired part-time, as an independent contractor and will work anywhere between 2-20 hours a week.
Tutoring will take place at the student's home, library, or school in a one-on-one environment
Tutors will work with the same student(s) on an ongoing basis
Please indicate in your cover letter if you have any of the following:
-expertise in a particular subject area i.e. biology, geometry, history, etc.
-have experience working with learning disabled children
-fluency in a foreign language (A PLUS)
-experience tutoring students who qualify for Supplemental Educational Services through the No Child Left Behind program is (A PLUS)
$20.00/hour (one-on-one) for tutors with a Masters, PhD, and/or Teaching Credential (Emergency teaching credentials are not valid)
$18.00/hour (one-on-one) for tutors with advanced experience working with various special needs students
$16.00/hour (one-on-one) for tutors with a Bachelor's degree from a four year university
$15.00/hour (one-on-one) for tutors who have an Associate's degree or completed a minimum of 60 credits