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    Port of Everett News for the Week of December 30th

    Last updated 3 months ago

    Monday, December 30
    #Seaportsdeliverholidays


    Tuesday, December 31
    Tuesday Trivia! How much of the Port of Everett’s tax collections go toward operations of the Port?  


    Wednesday January 1
    Happy New Year! The answer to yesterday’s trivia: NONE! The Port of Everett’s operations are fully-funded through operating revenue. No tax dollars are used for salaries or benefits. The tax dollars collected strictly go toward environmental cleanup, capital projects and debt service.


    Thursday, January 2
    Throwback Thursday! We can’t get back much further than this. Enjoy this Everett Waterfront photo from 1892!


    Friday, January 3
    Mark your calendars! Seattle Boat Show <http://www.seattleboatshow.com/>  at Century Link Field is January 24 - February 2, 2014. We will be offering specials, so stop by and see us!  



     

    Port of Everett News for the Week of December 23rd

    Last updated 3 months ago

    Monday December 23
    The Port of Everett Seaport was the cover article of the Pacific Maritime Magazine. The Seaport's great work this fall with the Maersk Texas, the first U.S. flag Maersk vessel to call the Port of Everett is what gained the attention of the Magazine for this story. Read the article here! http://www.portofeverett.com/home/index.asp?page=10&recordid=1002 />

    Tuesday December 24
    #Seaportsdeliverholidays


    Wednesday, December 25
    Happy Holidays from your friends at the Port of Everett! Our offices are closed today.


    Thursday, December 26
    Throwback Thursday: The historic Weyerhaeuser building has been moved twice since it was constructed by Weyerhaeuser as it lumber showroom. It was first located in today’s shipping terminals, then it took a trip up river to the Port’s Riverside property; now, it is located at the entrance of the South Marina.


    Friday, December 27
    Regional News: Port of Everett plays key role in $4 billion logistics and shipping
    http://blog.psrc.org/2013/12/port-of-everett-plays-key-role-in-4-billion-logistics-and-shipping/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=port-of-everett-plays-key-role-in-4-billion-logistics-and-shipping />

     

    Port of Everett News for the Week of December 16th

    Last updated 3 months ago

    Tuesday December 17
    Welcome home to the Port of Everett sailors of the U.S.S. Nimitz! We appreciate your service. Here is a photo of the carrier coming into port yesterday.


    Tuesday December 17
    Tuesday Trivia! What is a common type of Sea Lion you see at the Port of Everett?


    Wednesday December 18
    Answer to yesterday’s trivia: The common Sea Lion you will see on the channel markers at the mouth of the Snohomish River and along the Naval Base are California Sea Lions.


    Thursday December 19
    Throwback Thursday! Today in 1902, the Gauslin and Garthley Lumber Company, located in what is today’s central marina, met the fate of many early mills when it burned on December 19, 1902. The plant cut 40,000 feet of lumber per day, but had the capacity to reach 100,000 feet per day. (Picture of Hulbert mill fire 1956; no photos can be found of Gauslin and Garthley fire).


    Friday December 20
    Today is the last day for submissions for the Holiday Boat Decorating Contest! Send photos to lisam@portofeverett.com to enter. The winner will receive a $100 Anthony’s Gift Card! See details here: http://www.portofeverett.com/home/index.asp?page=9&recordid=2189 />

    Saturday December 21
    Last weekend, Dagmar’s had its annual lighted boat parade at the Port of Everett Marina. Pictured are the lighted boats tied up at the visitor dock outside of Anthony’s restaurant in the South Marina.
     

    Port of Everett News for the Week of December 9th

    Last updated 4 months ago

    Monday December 9
    Thank you all for coming out to our Holiday on the Bay celebration! It was a great event, and we appreciate all of your support. Especially to Port staff and our partners at the city of Everett, Imagine Children’s Museum, the Everett School District, the Everett Farmer’s Market, Everett and Mukilteo Yacht Clubs, Scuttlebutt Brewery, and Bluewater Distillery.
     
     
    Tuesday December 10
    Tuesday Trivia! Which civil rights leader was born in July 1918, the same month and year the Port of Everett was formed?


    Wednesday December 11
    Answer to yesterday’s trivia: Nelson Mandela was born in July 1918, the same year the Port of Everett was formed. On July 13, 1918, citizens formed the Port of Everett in hopes of acquiring World War I wartime industry. Check out our historic website for more information on the history of the Everett Waterfront!  http://www.historiceverettwaterfront.com/


    Thursday December 12
    Throwback Thursday! Here is another great before and after photo of the Everett Waterfront.
     

    Friday December 13
    Happy Holidays from your friends at the Port of Everett!
     

    Saturday December 14
    Did you know every job in the Maritime Industry in Washington supports 1.6 jobs elsewhere in economy? And for every $1 million in sales, another 10 jobs are supported elsewhere? The Washington State Maritime Cluster Economic Impact Study quantified the impact of the Maritime Industry and these are just some of its findings! Visit www.EDC-SeaKing.org/maritime-study for the full report.


    Sunday December 15
    Less than one week left to send in photo submissions for the Holiday Boat Decorating Contest! If you have a boat in the Marina and you have your holiday decorations up, send your photo to lisam@portofeverett.com and you might win a $100 Anthony’s Gift Card! http://www.portofeverett.com/docs/1044269122013holiday_boat_decorating.pdf

    Port of Everett News for the Week of December 2nd

    Last updated 4 months ago

    Monday December 2
    Last Tuesday, the Port of Everett Commission adopted and finalized the 2014 budget. Lear more here! http://www.portofeverett.com/home/index.asp?page=10&recordid=1000

    Tuesday December 3
    Tuesday Trivia! Which port was the first in the nation to engage in port terminal operation and commerce development in Washington state?

    Wednesday December 4
    Answer to yesterday’s trivia: The first port to engage in port terminal operation was the Port of Seattle. After citizens lobbied for the right to control access to the waterfront, the Legislature passed the Port District Act. Shortly after, in September 1911, the Port of Seattle was formed. The Port of Everett was the 7th port formed under the act in 1918.

    Thursday December 5
    Throwback Thursday! This great historic photo of the Port of Everett near Hewitt Avenue shows how much everything has changed, including the boats, beach and beach attire!
     
    Friday December 6
    Don’t forget, tomorrow is Holiday on the Bay! Activities start at 10:00am and run all day. We can’t wait to see you there!
     

    Saturday December 7
    Today is the day! Activities for Holiday on the Bay began at 10:00am. Join us for the rest of the craft fair or just come down this evening for a visit from Santa and the lighted boat parade!

    Sunday December 8
    Happy Holidays from your friends at the Port of Everett!

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