Posts tagged with: events

National Night Out Against Crime

National Night Out is a community event where neighbors and organizations to come together to make all our neighborhoods a little safer.  It began 31 years ago in an effort to bring together community partners, residents, and law enforcement, and...
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Golf Tournament Thank You!

Thanks to all of the golfers, sponsors, volunteers and staff for supporting the Victim Support Services 11th Annual Golf Tournament at Legion Memorial Golf Course this past weekend. The weather was great, the company fabulous and the day filled with fun!...
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An Invitation to Joy Retreat

Working in a helping profession means continuously giving your strength, compassion, and nurturing to those you serve.  We think it is time to come together and nurture each other.  Find your joy again, rejuvenate, reinvigorate, and remember why you started...
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11th Annual VSS Golf Tournament

Victim Support Services invites  you to join us for our 11th annual golf tournament on July 12, 2014 at Legion Memorial Golf Course in Everett.  We are looking forward to a day filled with warm sunshine, friendly competition, delicious food,...
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GiveBig to Help Victims of Crime

We all hear about terrible tragedies every day on the news, but what they don’t show is the time and energy it takes victims of crime to pick up the pieces after these events.  VSS understands that this can be...
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Hugs Help!

Seahawks Head Coach Pete Carroll is known for his exuberant style and for hugging players during the game.  With the Seahawks poised for their first Superbowl win it’s impossible not to get caught up in the 12th man energy here...
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King County Food Drive – Thank You!

The Federal Detention Center, in Sea-Tac, graciously combined efforts with their staff and inmates to donate a whopping sixteen boxes of food for victims of crime in King County! Food items are being sorted and distributed to families in need...
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