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Donations for Beck's Place

Hand made scarves by Kaylan

Hand made scarves by Kaylan

Thank You for Helping Your Community

We want to thank Kaylan for the donation of these handmade scarves. We will be delivering these to Beck’s Place in Monroe. Your kindness and thinking of others is appreciated.

We accept donations to support Beck’s Place here at the office.

  • Cat and dog food

  • Dog sweaters or coats

  • Hygiene Items

  • Cleaning supplies

  • Sleeping or outdoor supplies

  • or other items noted on their website.

These items are shared with those in our local community who are struggling. At Beck’s Place they are committed to helping people and pets move forward in life.  Keeping families together is important to Beck's Place and pets are part of the family. 

Helping in our local community is something that each one of us can do.  

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Photo Credit: Holly Ramsey

Snowman Contest Winners

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To Celebrate a Snow Day!

We had some very fun entries for our Snowman Photo Contest last week. Each one brought smiles to share throughout the office.

Congratulations to our two winners! We are sending them $50 for their Cool Creations.

Jody K submitted this sneaky snowman.

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Melissa E submitted the Mouse themed snowman.

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Thank you for joining us in some Fun in Snow.

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Image Credit: Melissa E. and Jody K.

Snowmageddon Tale

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Todays Saga...

Began with a stop at the Co-Op Feed store in Everett. They made quick work of loading about 700 pounds of feed for Rick’s animals.

Stocking up...

Since it is not far from my house I said that I would be happy to pick it up and deliver it for him.

“Turn off the paved road!”

The neighborhood is filled with some intense hills. The truck handled amazing on the way in, however for the final hill I turned on the 4 wheel drive. I heard a pop of sorts as the truck lost its traction and began to slide rapidly back down the hill. I frantically shifted from 1st gear to reverse while trying to steer the slide and with a swish the drivers side went into the ditch.

A Delightful Sight...

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The track hoe was huge! Just what my beast of at truck, a 4x4 Crew Cab Dually Diesel, was going to need. He pulled me out of the ditch and anchored me as I backed down to safety. We loaded the feed into the “Wonder Buggy” to make the trip to the barn.

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Since I was having a terrible time with traction it was time pull out the chains. The Wonder Buggy returned and after we chained up the front and the outside duals I headed onward and upward.

Slip Sliding Away...

There was several inches of snow over an icy surface from the past storm. As soon as you crush the new snow, the texture acts like water on top of ice. A long straight climb came to a halt for my Jolly Green Giant.

Get a Move On…

It was important to get off the hill, so I backed up to get traction, rolling forward slowly, rocking the rig forward and back to get some momentum, accelerating quickly, trying to steer to the side, different gears, and 4x4 settings. Nope still stuck.

Pretty soon there are trucks trying to come down the hill, and trucks behind me trying to go up, and me a stuck in the muck, in the middle.

The next hour...

Included the neighbors digging into the gravel road and breaking off small branches and spreading sand to provide traction for my tires. Bouncing on the tailgate while driving.

The rescue truck they brought down...got its slide on, so they could not tow me up. In order to gain more traction they let some air out of the tires of that rig. I was not comfortable doing that with my dual wheels, as squishy Duallys that touch each other can cause a blowout.

We discovered that my 4 wheel drive is not working and seemed to contribute to the traction control issues. The truck was in my opinion over reactive, however when we put it back into 2 wheel drive it settled down. The joy and relief that I felt as I followed it up the hill, was huge.

It Takes a Village...

These amazing neighbors treated me like one of their own. The energy that they put in to each idea was astounding. Thank you for getting me and my Jolly Green Giant back on the road and home to my family this evening.

Today We Used…

A tow strap and chain, 2 pairs of tire chains, a bungie cord, 100 pounds of sand, 350 pounds of rocks between the wheel wells, rocks to use as wheel chocks, plywood for a smooth surface, shovel, assorted tools, gloves, and a flashlight hat…lots of ideas!

Traction is a Tricky Thing...

We like to compare the depth of the snow to decide if it is safe to travel. But many times it is the texture of the snow, compact snow and ice, water, slush on each surface that makes or breaks your rigs ability to connect with the road. Ad into that equation the specific hills, and angles of the roadway. Followed by factoring in the shade in a given area and the temperature at the time you are travelling.

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Your traction may also be directly affected by the way the snow began. Was the road covered in rain that froze first? Did the snow fall on top of a sheet of ice, or does the snow actually connect to the grooves of the road.

Be Prepared, Be Safe, Stay Warm, and Thank You for the Help!

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Image Credit: Holly Ramsey

Congratulations 2018 Christmas Tree Photo Winners

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Congratulations to Our First Place Winner...

Your Christmas Tree has won $100 in our Christmas Tree Photo Contest! We enjoyed the delightful display.

Amber Hawthorne Chosen Charity Winner is…

We are very pleased to announce that  Amber has selected the  Women and Children’s Shelter   to receive the $100 Donation.

Congratulations to Our Runner Up Winners…

These photos won $25.00 and the charity of their choice was also awarded $25.00!

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Joe Fitch and the Clothes for kids in Lynnwood   Women and Children’s Shelter   

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Margaret-Mary Morgan and    The Everett Animal Shelter

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Mark Landry and Women and Children’s Shelter   

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Image Credit: Amber Hawthorne, Joe Fitch, Margaret-Mary Morgan, Jessica Rembold, & Mark Landry

Donate to Beck's Place to Help People and Pets

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We are  collecting donations for Beck’s Place in Monroe.  

At Beck’s Place they are committed to helping people and pets move forward in life.  Keeping families together is important to Beck's Place and pets are part of the family. 

The signature program that they offer is a fostering service for those who must leave their pets for medical care, treatment, or other safety reasons.  Melanie , founder of Beck's Place, mentioned that there are many seniors who will refuse care, so they do not need to leave or lose their pets.

Knowing that when they return, their pet will be waiting to rejoin the family is important to many of these owners and allows them to make the choices needed to improve their lives. 

In addition to the fostering service, they meet needs related to food, supplies, cleaning, hygiene items, sleeping and outdoor supplies, and even clothing for both people and pets.
 
Please Bring Your Donation to the Law Office of Rick Merrill

  • We will be accepting donations through the end of the year at 3625 Colby Avenue, Everett, WA 98201. During Business Hours.

We are accepting donations for Beck's Place to be shared with those in our local community who are struggling.

  • Cat and dog food

  • Dog sweaters or coats

  • Hygiene Items

  • Cleaning supplies

  • Sleeping or outdoor supplies

  • or other items noted on their website.

Helping in our local community is something that each one of us can do.  

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Image Credit: Holly Ramsey

2018 Christmas Tree Photo Contest  

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A Picture of Your Christmas Tree Could be Worth…. $200

Your Photo of your Christmas Tree could Win a prize of $100 in our contest, and you can choose one of these deserving Charities for Rick to donate $100 to.

Charity List: 

Children of the Nations  

   Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center  

   Mens Shelter  

   Samaritan’s Purse  

   Sarvey Wildlife Center

    Snohomish County Food Bank  

   Snohomish County Search and Rescue

   The Everett Animal Shelter

   Women and Children’s Shelter   

   Beck's Place 

Oh, Christmas Tree...

They say that taking pictures is making memories…Share your photo with Rick and you just might win a prize! Grab your camera and show us the picture you took of your Christmas Tree.  We will display the Winning Photo on the Blog on Rick’s Website.

Entries are due December 26th 2018 at Noon.

After you submit your entry form, we will contact you with instructions for you email a photo of the Christmas Tree to complete your entry. Click here to enter.

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Fun Santa Photo Event with the Jingle Horse!

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Santa has invited Jingles to join him during his visit this year.

Kids and grown ups alike enjoyed their visit with Santa and Jingles on December 9th 2018.

Jingles decided that he liked to be in the tent for much of the photo shoot, as the rain was a bit distracting.

Hay Jingles? No Thanks, I had some already!

Hay Jingles? No Thanks, I had some already!

Santa, my Christmas wish is…

Santa, my Christmas wish is…


Christmas is almost here.

Christmas is almost here.

We saw the horse and had to come check it out.

We saw the horse and had to come check it out.

If you have not gotten your photos yet..

Please call the office at 425-259-4972.

We have some great photos of a a little guy in his cute red vest and another little guy in frog boots. We need to verify contact information to send the photos.

Beck’s Place

A special thank you to all who have donated to Beck’s Place, you helped to make someones day so much better. I took a carload to Beck’s Place including 10 sleeping bags, pet food, coats, boots and cash.

We are accepting donations for Beck’s Place in Monroe. until December 28th 2018.

  • Pet food and supplies

  • Hygiene items

  • Household cleaning supplies

  • Outdoor sleeping supplies

  • Clothing

Beck’s Place is committed to helping people and pets in our local community who are really struggling to move forward in life.

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Image Credit: Aurora MacAvoy and Holly Ramsey

Free Santa Photos with the Jingle Horse!

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Santa has invited a special friend to join him during his visit this year.

The Jingle horse will be catching a special delivery ride into the Law office of Rick Merrill on Sunday, December 9th 2018 for Free Photos with Santa from 1-3 pm at 3625 Colby Ave. Everett, WA 98201.

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Kids and grown ups alike are invited to come see Santa for this special visit to our “Neighborhood”. Parents are encouraged to join in the fun to help children feel confident and calm for their visit with Santa and Jingles.

There is no charge for photos with Santa and Jingle horse.

We can take photos to email to you, or you may take your own photos.

Don’t forget to dress for the weather as Jingles will be outside for these special photos!

We are also accepting donations for Beck’s Place in Monroe.

  • Pet food and supplies

  • Hygiene items

  • Household cleaning supplies

  • Outdoor sleeping supplies

  • Clothing

Beck’s Place is committed to helping people and pets in our local community who are really struggling to move forward in life.

We will be accepting donations until December 28th 2018. Stop by and spread some cheer!

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Successful Shredding and Food Drive!

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Shred Event Wrap Up!

Shawn from Proshed was here with his mobile shredding truck from 9 am until Noon on October 13th 2018.

It was a Ton of Fun.

We successfully shred 17 tips of the bucket. That is 1,632 gallons of paper or approximately 2 and a half tons of paper.

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Rick Gave Away Tickets!

We had two pairs of tickets that we gave to Event Participants for the 2018 Stocker Farms Family Adventure Farm and Corn Maze.

Donations of Non-Perishable Food Really Stacked Up!

We had a carload of 12 boxes of food donations and $142.00 in cash donations that were delivered to the Snohomish County Food Bank.

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FREE Document Shredding, Food Drive Tomorrow!

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Rick has 2 tickets to give away!

For the 2018 Stocker Farms Family Adventure Farm and Corn Maze. Rick’s Wife, Dodi will pick a number between 1 and 10 and we will give the tickets to that lucky participant.

The FREE Shred Event and Food Drive is tomorrow!

Oct. 13th 2018 from 9 am-12 pm.

Bring documents to be shredded by Proshed, a professional document destruction service with a mobile shredding unit.

Donate non-perishable food to the Snohomish County Food Bank.

We'll be onsite to help carry boxes, shred your documents, and gather donations!

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Food Drive and Free Shred Event

It is almost time for the Free Shred Event and Food Drive

  • October 13th 2018

  • 9 am to Noon

  • 3625 Colby Ave, Everett, WA 98201

Come join us for our free shred event!

Documents will be destroyed by Proshed, a professional document destruction service with a mobile shredding unit. You can watch your documents be shredded right before your eyes!

Donate to the Snohomish County Food Bank.

Please bring non-perishable goods you may want to donate to help us support our local food banks!

We'll be onsite to help carry boxes, shred your documents, and gather donations!

We hope to see you here!

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Video Credit: Holly Ramsey

Free Shred Event and Food Drive

Save the Date!

Free Shred Event and Food Drive

  • October 13th 2018
  • 9 am to Noon
  • 3625 Colby Ave, Everett, WA 98201

Come join us for our free shred event!

Documents will be destroyed by Proshed, a professional document destruction service with a mobile shredding unit. You can watch your documents be shredded right before your eyes!

Donate to the Snohomish County Food Bank.

Please bring non-perishable goods you may want to donate to help us support our local food banks!

We'll be onsite to help carry boxes, shred your documents, and gather donations!

We hope to see you here!

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2018 Scholarship Runner Up Winners

We are Pleased to Announce the Runner Up Winners of the Attorney Rick Merrill Dream Scholarship for 2018...

The Attorney Rick Merrill Dream Scholarship was started in order to help support the dreams of a current high school or college student looking to make a difference through the pursuit of their passion. 

We had many qualified applicants and after significant deliberation we have chosen to award these runner up scholarships to these amazing applicants.

Congratulations to our all of our winners!

The highlights of their winning applications are below... 

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We are ecstatic to support Hannah Hitterdal with her dream-Criminal Justice and Sociology

I have a passion to change the correctional facilities to help inmates. This is so important to me because I believe that everyone deserves a second chance.  Everyone has messed up, big or small we all make mistakes. 

Giving the inmates an education, a highschool diploma or a higher education degree, is an effective way of setting them up on the right foot.
 
Animal Therapy has been proven to be one of the most effective ways of rehabilitating inmates.    It helps them learn social connections, love and loss.  In the eyes of the animal, the inmate did nothing wrong and it will give the inmate unconditional love.  They train animals for many purposes and give them back to the community they hurt.  
 


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We are ecstatic to support Nora Dennelly with her dream- Harpest

 Ever since I was a little girl, I dreamed of playing the harp. After taking a few lessons, I fell in love with the instrument and there was no turning back.

I am pursuing my dream not only because it is what I love, but because I want my music teachers to see their student accomplish what they have helped me to achieve.

 I plan to attend Western Washington University in the Fall of 2018 where I will study under Jill Whitman and major in Music Performance on the harp.
 


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We are ecstatic to support Corrine Booth with her dream- Choir Teacher

My parents always tell me about when I was just about ten months old I’d hit a key on my little toy piano and would hum the note on pitch.  Many of my friends tease me saying that I’m “a walking musical” because I’m always singing or playing my piano or ukulele.

Nursing homes have always had a special place in my heart so at the end of every month, we go sing for them. Nothing makes me smile more than when an elder grabs my hand after performing and tells me how thankful they are.  Using my talents to brighten someone’s day brings me so much joy.

My dream is to go to college for the music education program to be a choir director. My choir director, Karen Westerfield, has inspired me to pursue this career and I hope to be half the teacher she is.


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We are ecstatic to support Ruth Culbertson with her dream- Music Teacher

 A twist on the life of a piano teacher: Sometimes students like to play tricks! ☺ 
My dream after college is to become a music teacher. I have a passion for music as well as for working with youth.
 Working with kids can be very rewarding and provides many fun moments that shape students’ lives in a positive and exciting way! This is just one of many examples! 
 


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We are ecstatic to support Emma Raker with her dream- Music Teacher

There is so much conflict, debate, and prejudice that is in the world and I firmly believe that music is the change.  As a Music Teacher, I want to make a lasting impact in my future student’s lives.

 I hope to inspire them to make the world a better place, while educating them on musicianship and the values that I have been taught through my music teachers

Dreams do come true and I cannot wait for those dreams to happen.

My ultimate goal is to take a group of students to play at Carnegie Hall, just as I had the opportunity to because playing there greatly fostered my passion of music. The immense responsibility of taking the stage was almost unbelievable, as I could feel the presence of all who have played there before - their passion and the love of music that I share with them. 


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We are ecstatic to support Kayla Sprague with her dream- Computer Science and Software Engineering

I stared at my dad’s computer monitor, an unplugged computer keyboard in my reach. From toddler to adulthood, video games have given me the opportunity to be an adventurer fueled by curiosity and the desire to learn.  I have carried that into reality.

I have embarked on my path with an insatiable fascination with machine learning, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality to motivate me.

As a first-generation student raised in a low-income family, I knew that my financial circumstance would be an obstacle.  

But if video games have taught me anything, it is that where there is a will, there is a way.  I am fortunate enough to have learned that in a high chair.

Congratulations again to all of our winners! 

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Image Credit:  Hannah Hitterdal, Nora Dennelly, Corrine Booth, Ruth Culbertson, Emma Raker, Kayla Sprague.

2018 Scholarship Winners

We are Pleased to Announce the Winner of the $1500 Attorney Rick Merrill Dream Scholarship for 2018...

The Attorney Rick Merrill Dream Scholarship was started in order to help support the dreams of a current high school or college student looking to make a difference through the pursuit of their passion. 

We had many qualified applicants and after significant deliberation a tie was declared and our winners were chosen.

Congratulations to our two $1500 winners Casey Benson and June Chang!

The highlights of their winning applications are below... 

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We are ecstatic to support Casey Benson with her dream-Geneticist

Seeing people, like one of these children, suffer every day from disease breaks my heart and makes me want to scour for solutions and inspire me to become a geneticist.

Genetics has high potential  to positively affect the quality of life for children in our society and make an enormous difference by positively impacting societal standards of life quality. Furthermore, it is believed by many scientists that the cure to many diseases lies within the processes and functions of DNA.

This dream is important to me, because of the potential to cure diseases and perhaps destructive habits and addictions.  I am working to change the lives of all people through advancements in genetics.


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We are ecstatic to support June Chang with her dream- Psychology and Economics

I have a responsibility to use my perspective and voice to lead a discussion that’ll reform the way mental health is perceived in today’s society.  My mission, is helping to lower suicide rates and fighting for reconciliation of the silence around mental health issues.

This statue shows a grandchild with his grandfather sitting on a bench, expressing feelings of love and familial bond represents what many are hoping for: love, acceptance, healing, and strength in times of adversity.

I want to help others discover their capabilities and potentials through overcoming their hardships.  I hope to open my own private practice, where I’ll be able to find ways to end the marginalization of mental illnesses, better an individual’s life, and encourage resources that help those in need.

Congratulations again to our winners Casey Benson and June Chang! 

Stay tuned for more good news next week.

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Image Credit: Casey Benson and June Chang

Monday Morning Smiles: Hanky Pies

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Monday Morning Smiles is a new program Rick started with the help of Blue Ribbon Flowers in Everett. Rick delivers a bouquet of flowers to a Snohomish County business who is doing good in their community. This week led Rick to a coffee and bakery shop in Granite Falls called Hanky Pies

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Hanky Pies opened in the fall of 2017 and strives to love their community well through various programs. One of their initiatives is a suspended food and drink wall where anyone is invited to take a sticky note off the wall and redeem it for a free coffee or sandwich at the counter. Krista, the owner, also partnered with The Fathers House church to create a program called a Cup of Cold Water which provide a free meal to anyone in the community on Thursday nights. Other programs include Good Deeds jars for kids, the 'Write a letter to...' station and the opening of their doors after business hours during a power outage last winter.

Hanky Pie's Bank, KeyBank, recently held a contest for Small Business that gives back to the communities that they serve. Out of 2,500+ nominations in Washington State, Hanky Pies was chosen as the winner! 

Thank you Hanky Pies for setting such a great example for our community!

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Monday Morning Smiles

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Who doesn't love flowers?

Rick Merrill is teaming up with Everett native Blue Ribbon Flowers to surprise a Snohomish County business with a bouquet of flowers on Monday mornings!

Lucky recipients

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In his first week, Rick visited Keith Partington, Allstate Insurance Agent located on Broadway in Everett. He and Shylah do excellent work and are always available to answer any insurance questions for their customers.

This last Monday, Rick delivered flowers to Dr. Jim Courrier of Courrier & Boggeri General Dentistry located on Colby Avenue. Dr. Courrier and his team are known for their excellence in dental care and how they treat their clients.

Stay tuned...

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Educator of the Month Diane Meyer

Rick Merrill is Honoring Amazing Educators in Snohomish County...

Who demonstrate their care and commitment to each generation of children.   Winners are presented a plaque, a great big check to display, and $500 to help defray miscellaneous costs for the classroom.
 
We would like to Congratulate the  Educator of the Month Winner…
Diane Meyer of the Lakewood Middle School.

A Special Thank You To Katelynn C. For This Nomination…

The teacher I would like to nominate is Mrs. Diane Meyer, she teaches Algebra and Geometry, along with being a volleyball coach at Lakewood Middle School in Arlington for 19 years, she is wonderful, kind and supportive.

She is always available for advice or help which encourages us to try harder to be successful. Her favorite song to play before a test is “Eye of the Tiger” being that math is important for many aspects in life, she teaches the daily lessons with a style that we are able to understand the formulas to solve the problems, and to achieve well on the tests with high scores.

When I first entered her class I was nervous if I would be able to continue reaching my math competency, but thanks to Mrs. Meyer I have been successful on maintaining my academic grade of an A in this class.

I would appreciate your consideration for Mrs. Meyer as a recipient of your teacher of the month. I know this would bring great joy to her to know her gift of teaching has inspiring us to always focus on success and to” rise to the challenge”.

Nominate Today…
 
If you know a local educator who deserves to be recognized for their outstanding commitment to education, their countless hours in the classroom spent going above and beyond, dedication to their students educational growth, please take a moment to let Rick Merrill know…
 
On Your Mark, Get Set, Go…
 
To our website www.rickmerrillattorney.com and nominate them today!
 
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Christmas Tree Contest Winners

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Congratulations to Our First Place Winner...

Your Christmas Tree has won $100 in our Christmas Tree Photo Contest! We enjoyed the delightful display.

Jan Boula's Chosen Charity Winner is…

We are very pleased to announce that  Jan Boula has selected the Children of the Nations to receive the $100 Donation.

Congratulations to Both of Our Runner Up Winners…

These photos won $25.00 and the charity of their choice was also awarded $25.00!

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Tony Rodarte and the Everett Animal Shelter.

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Photo Credit :Jan Boula, Tony Rodarte, Mark Landry

Thanksgiving Wishes

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Mr. and Mrs. Claus Wish You A Happy Thanksgiving....

They enjoyed their visit to the Law Office of Rick Merrill on Saturday.  Visiting with the children before the busy season was a real treat. They enjoyed the delightful conversations, reading stories, playing with toys, coloring, and taking pictures with the good boys and girls was lots of fun.

Next Year...

They plan to come visit again and maybe bring a friend along, so remember to be good!

You Still Have Time...

To Bring Your Donation to the Office for Beck's Place in Monroe...

We will be accepting donations of dog and cat food and supplies, hygiene items, household cleaning supplies, sleeping and outdoor supplies, or clothing.  These donations are then shared with those in our local community who are struggling.

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Photo Credit: Holly Ramsey

Santa Photos on Saturday

Tell Santa Your Christmas Wish...November 18th 2017 from 10 am-Noon

Santa will be stopping in at Rick Merrill’s Law Office.

There is no charge to take pictures with Santa.  You can bring your own Camera to take pictures if you would like. 

If you choose to have us take the pictures, We will email the digital copy to you so that you may have it printed at the location of your choice.

Bring Your Donation to the Office for Beck's Place in Monroe...

We will be accepting donations of dog and cat food and supplies, hygiene items, household cleaning supplies, sleeping and outdoor supplies, or clothing.  These donations are then shared with those in our local community who are struggling.

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