Snow Won’t Stop Everett Marchers Saturday

March 23, 2018

Events in Everett

In spite of the possibility of snow in the forecast MyEverettNews.com has learned that marchers will move ahead with plans for a 1PM “March For Our Lives” event at the Snohomish County Campus in downtown Everett Saturday.

Here are the details as presented by event organizers on their Facebook page.

March

The march starts at 1 PM.

Student-led march and rally will feature students speaking of their personal experiences and concerns, along with elected officials addressing gun violence in schools.

Schools from throughout Snohomish County are invited to join in the event! The League of Women Voters of Snohomish County will be on hand to register voters. The March begins at the Snohomish County Campus at Wall and Rockefeller street at 1PM and will be followed by a rally at 2 PM.

—Event Organizers/Co-sponsors Include—
NAACP (Snohomish County 10AA Chapter)
League of Women Voters of Snohomish County
Communities of Color Coalition
SnoCo Indivisible
Marysville Indivisible

Additional Organizations Providing Volunteers:
North Sound Progressive Community People’s Summit
Women’s March Everett, Washington – Snohomish County Group
Marysville-Pilchuck High School Students
Sequoia High School Students
Marysville Getchell High School Students
Kamiak High School Students
Sultan High School Students
Lake Stevens High School Students
Evergreen Middle School Students
U-3/Monroe School District Students
Everett Community College Students
University of Washington – Bothell Students



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