Lynnwood City Council honors volunteer organizations, employees

The Lynnwood City Council passed four proclamations at its May 13 meeting.

The council proclaimed May 23 to be The Kiwanis Club of Lynnwood Day. In the reading of the proclamation, City Council President Loren Simmonds noted that the Lynnwood Kiwanis Club is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The club was established in May 23, 1963. Members were present to accept the proclamation.

The council also proclaimed May as Historic Preservation and Recognition Month in Lynnwood. Nationally, the month of May is designated as Historic Preservation Month. Declaring May as Lynnwood Historical Preservation Month aligns the city with the National Historic Preservation Week and provides a time for citizens to recognize the importance of the city’s heritage.

The council also proclaimed May 20-26 as Public Works Week. Nationally, Public Works Week has been set as May 20-26.

Finally, the council proclaimed May 19-26 as Emergency Medical Services Week.

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