Senior Services Sets New Attendance Record

What a fabulous luncheon this year for Senior Services of Snohomish County! Not only did the stellar organization set a new attendance record of close to 600 people, but the luncheon raised more than $125,000 to help the many thousands of seniors (35,000) who live in Snohomish County, and depend on Senior Services meals, housing, transportation and many other programs to lead independent lives. The Arlington High School Jazzmine Choir, led by Continue Reading

Year in Review: Margo Myers Communications

What a year in 2010! A 'shout out' to blog visitors. A big 'thank you' to all of you who stop by and check out my blog. I appreciate it, as well as your comments. I don't make any money from my blog -- it's simply something I enjoy doing. And it gives me a forum to let you know what I'm up to, what my clients are up to, or even just events and things that are going on that interest me. Breaking it down --- Wine and boating turned out to be major Continue Reading

Missing a Good Friend

Update: Family and friends turned out in full force last Friday for memorial services for Phil Sullivan. About 500 people gathered at St. Luke's in Shoreline to remember a man whose mission in life was helping others. As Father Madigan said, Phil didn't say, "When I'm done working, I'm going to volunteer and help others. No, he made it part of his life, and did it with a smile and good grace (and an irreverent sense of humor). We went on to the Continue Reading

Honoring our Seniors

Update: I'm happy to report a very successful luncheon at the Everett Events Center for Senior Services of Snohomish County. In the photo to the left, me with Executive Director Phil Sullivan. Phil has done a terrific job for SSSC, putting together a well run operation, and a strong board of directors as they kick off a new Capital Campaign to fund the Center for Healthy Aging. In the photo at the right, Development Director Janet Duncan talks Continue Reading