District 3:  Edmonds  -  Lynnwood -  Woodway

Councilmember Stephanie Wright
                                  May 16, 2012
Lake Stickney Nature Park Cleanup
Food Festival in Lynnwood
Putting A Face On Homelessness
Stephanie Wright, District 3 County CouncilmemberCouncilmember Stephanie Wright 
3000 Rockefeller, M/S 609,
Everett, WA 98201
Office Location:

8th floor, Robert J. Drewel (Admin East) Building  

Phone: 425-388-3494     

Email me: Stephanie.Wright@snoco.org
Legislative Aide: Joshua.Thompson@snoco.org 



Volunteers Battle Invasive Plants

at Lake Stickney


As many as 80 volunteers arrived at the future site of the Nature Park at Lake Stickney for the Lake Stickney Conservancy Volunteer Event on Saturday, May 5th.  Adorned with boots and gloves, park enthusiasts wrastled invasive species like the Himalayan blackberry, Reed Canary Grass and miscellaneous debris to reclaim this beautfiul property for the people of Snohomish County.  This event was sponsored by the Snohomish County Parks Department, Lake Stickney Conservancy, and REI.  Many thanks to those who turned out for the event!  Interested individuals should keep an eye out for future opportunities to participate in these beautification events!






Free Food Festival Offers
Information, Demonstrations and Samples!



The Celebration of Food Festival 2012, May 20th at the Lynnwood Convention Center, brings together people who are passionate about local, wholesome food that supports healthy bodies and communities without compromising on the delicious.  Farmers, ranchers, culinary professionals, students and business owners will offer activities and information on food, gardening, and resource use.  This free, family event is brought to you by a number of community partners, including Edmonds Community College, Snohomish County, City of Lynnwood, WSU Extention Snohomish County, Swedish/Edmonds, Cascade Harvest Coalition, Whole Foods and Cedar Grove Composting.


Free samples will be provided to those attendees that enjoy eating, so bring the whole family! 




Putting A Face On Homelessness



Northwest author Richard LeMieux will appear May 23rd, 7pm, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lynnwood to address humanizing the individuals and families affected by homelessness.  After chronicling his own journey through homelessness in "Breakfast at Sally's", LeMieux continues to speak as an advocate for those struggling through it.  Representatives from the YWCA Housing Services will present their findings from a one-day study of Snohomish County's homeless and Cacoon House, a county resource that provides services to homeless youth. Sponsored by Neighbors in Need, which serves individuals and families struggling to meet housing and basic needs in South Snohomish County, this event is free to the public.  Donations of clothing and non-perishable food are encouraged.


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Thank you for being an involved citizen. It is truly a pleasure and an honor to represent you on the Council! I am inspired by your active participation and thankful for your ongoing support.



Stephanie Wright
Snohomish County Councilmember, District 3