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The District reveals ambitious Lynnwood City Center plans

June 22, 2024

King 5: Uncommon Threads

February 14, 2024

Snohomish County provides 2024 grants to local organizations supporting tourism

February 13, 2024

Northwest Orchid Plant Festival coming to Lynnwood Event Center

January 2, 2024

Lynnwood gets into the ho-ho-holiday spirit at Jingle Bell Breakfast and Craft Fair

December 9, 2023

Dec. 9: Jingle Bell Breakfast at Lynnwood Event Center

December 5, 2023

Lynnwood Event Center hosting Jingle Bell Breakfast and Craft Fair Dec. 9

November 27, 2023

Heroes Among Us Luncheon celebrates and remembers veterans

November 10, 2023

Reminder: 6th Annual Day of the Dead celebration in Lynnwood Oct. 28

October 26, 2023

Public invited to Day of the Dead Celebration in Lynnwood

October 13, 2023

Lynnwood luau celebrates Hawaiian culture, gathers donations for relief

August 21, 2023

‘Majestic Menagerie’ art exhibit debuts at the Lynnwood Event Center

August 20, 2023

A taste of Hawaiian culture at The District’s first Lynnwood Luau

August 20, 2023

Breathtaking performances, fabulous food at first Lynnwood Luau

August 20, 2023

Lynwood’s first annual Hawaiian festival is this weekend & will have a fundraiser for Maui

August 18, 2023

Things to do: Hawaiian Festival, Chief Seattle Days, FREE activities & more!

August 18, 2023

Reminder: Lynnwood’s first Luau Aug. 19

August 15, 2023

The first annual Lynnwood Luau is this Saturday at the District Plaza

August 14, 2023

Chris Collier

Position #3

Chris Collier is a Washington State native. He received his BS in Information Technology from Central Washington University and a Master of Public Administration from The Evergreen State College. In large part thanks to his work at NASA with the Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs, and later working for Governor Inslee in constituent services, he has lived far and wide from Washington DC to Texas, Arizona to Olympia, and all points in between, including time overseas. At the Alliance for Housing Affordability, Chris supports the member cities in understanding and responding to housing affordability. This includes data gathering and analytics, technical expertise, state and local policy, housing vouchers, presentations to councils, planning commissions and community, and more. He has worked as the AHA Program Manager since 2016.

Frank Percival

Position #2

Frank E Percival became the President / CEO of the Lynnwood Chamber of Commerce in January of 2024.

He previously served as the Executive Director of the Washington Association of Mortgage Professionals, a statewide trade organization representing thousands of licensed Washington State mortgage loan originators.

A Seattle native with over 30 years of experience as a leader in the mortgage industry, and decades of serving leadership & fundraising positions with organizations like the Greater Seattle Business Association, Lifelong (a Health Services Organization), WAMP, Pride Foundation, Habitat for Humanity – Snohomish, Compass House, and Leadership Tomorrow – Seattle.

Frank has been a resident of Lynnwood for the past 14 years, where he and his husband were fortunate to have found their “forever home” (in which they love to gather their 3 grown sons & their families – Washington State residents, all – as often as possible).

Frank is honored to represent businesses & professionals in his new role with the Lynnwood Chamber, and is dedicated to help foster a thriving community that exemplifies equality, equity, access & representation for all of our neighbors.

Vivian Dong

Position #2

Vivian Dong is a senior engineer with extensive expertise in technology, advertising, and finance. She is also the founder of Safe Lynnwood, a grassroots community organization composed of ordinary parents and residents deeply committed to enhancing the safety and well-being of Lynnwood city. Moreover, she serves as the Community Director for Asian Parents for Educational Excellence, an organization dedicated to bridging the gap between the Asian immigrant community and the public education system. Having confronted the challenges of being an Asian immigrant herself, her primary motivation is to assist those facing similar circumstances, helping them overcome unique obstacles, fulfill their dreams, and find a comfortable place to call home in this community.

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