Lake Stevens Journal - Your hometown newspaper since 1960


YOUR | LETTERS March 20, 2013


March 19, 2013

Cavelero Music Boosters thanks all who helped

Dear Editor,

The Cavelero Music Boosters would like to thank the following businesses for making our fundraiser a great success:

Kohl’s; Kennelly Keys; Microsoft; Sherwin Williams; The Lake Stevens Journal; Green Mountain Coffee Co .; Whidby Island Coffee Co .; Lake Stevens Athletic Club; Market Place Chiropractic Wellness Center; Arnie’s Restaurant,

Mukilteo; Stevens Pass; Silvertips; K9 Academy; L.S. Defensive Driving School; “Friends of Music Boosters”; Aquasox; Wing-It Productions; Hairmasters Lake Stevens; Megan Ferguson, Cookie Lee; Amanda

Cavelero Music Boosters thanks all who helpedBrown, Mary Kay; Schabahn Day Designs; Woodland Park Zoo; Wolfe’s Landscaping; Snohomish Station Pizza and Pub; Udderly Sweet; Steve the Barber, Lake Stevens Barber Shop; Ixtapa; Contos; Kelly Dubyne Interior Design; Blazing Onion; Contos Pizza; Buzz Inn; Bridges Pets; Home Depot; Starbucks; Cactus Jack Pizza; Hair Designs by Brandy; Hi Tek Nails; Lucas; Maltby Café.

Last but not least, our own generous band and choir parents!

Debbie Norris

Cavelero Boosters

Mentors are important in the lives of children

Dear Editor,

Thanks to Pam Stevens for her recent editorial on mentoring at-risk youth. As an employee of the largest mentoring agency in America, Big Brothers Big Sisters, I want to echo her sentiments about the opportunity to change a life—both the child’s and the mentor’s.

You are changed by investing in a child’s life and of course, the child’s life can be significantly

altered by the inclusion of another caring and consistent adult.

Mentors are important in the lives of children

We have several boys and girls waiting for committed community based “Bigs” in Lake Stevens, Snohomish, Arlington, and Marysville. We also still need several school based Bigs in the Everett and Edmonds school districts.

Would you consider being that adult to help change a life? Check us out at or call 425-252-2227.

Cindy Bonner

Big Brothers Big Sisters

of Snohomish County


Reader Comments