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The 2016 Bigfoot Tournament will take place at Stocker Fields, 111 Lincoln Avenue in Snohomish. (Snohomish Youth Soccer Club Office is Located At 27 Pine Avenue)

Bigfoot Soccer Tournament August 19-22

Welcome to the 2016 Bigfoot Soccer Tournament Snohomish Youth Soccer would like to welcome all participants to our 2016 Bigfoot Soccer Tournament. We are very excited to be hosting one of the largest youth soccer tournaments in Washington. The Bigfoot Tournament creates a great environment for soccer as well as team bonding. We hope everyone

takes advantage of all Bigfoot has to offer. Enjoy the great food from our local vendors, watch the night game, participate in the dance and take a swim in the river. While at Bigfoot please take advantage of the close proximity to historic downtown Snohomish where you will find great restaurants and pubs.

Snohomish Youth Soccer would like to thank all of our local sponsors for their support and a special thanks to Lund Orthodontics. We wish all of the teams the best of luck!! Scott Uderitz Technical Director Snohomish Youth Soccer Club

Snohomish Youth Soccer accepted as USSDA member 2016 BU12 Development Academy. Snohomish, WA Snohomish Youth Soccer Club announces that it has been accepted as a member of the U.S. Soccer Developmental Academy U-12 Program for the 2016-17 season. The U.S. Soccer Development Academy is a comprehensive program that provides education, resources and support to impact club environments

with the goal of developing elite players. The USSDA is the highest level of youth soccer competition in the United States, and there are currently only two other USSDA U15/16 and U17/18 programs (Seattle Sounders FC and Crossfire Premier) in the state of Washington. The Development Academy philosophy is based on increased training, less total

games, and more meaningful games using international rules of competition. It connects National Team coaches directly with the Academy clubs to develop and identify players and coaches for involvement in the youth national team system. We are very excited to be part of this growing program.

Experience the Difference! $2 Off Any Burger Purchase Offer only good during Bigfoot Tournament. 8/19/16 through 8/22/16

Natural & Sustainable Ingredients House Made Handcrafted Recipes

Locally Founded and Operated Mill Creek Town Center David & Lorri have been Snohomish County residents for over 30 years (425) 338-4445 Alderwood Mall Uptown Gig Harbor Snohomish Station Marysville Gateway (425) 640-9100 (253) 514-6703 2811 Bickford Ave 3701 116th St NE Tacoma Mall Trails at Silverdale (360) 568-7200 (360) 322-7088 (360) 204-5581 (253) 476-5053

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7th Annual Bids For Kids Auction We are happy to announce another successful Bids For Kids Auction. This year it was held at the Thomas Family Farm. Each year the event brings together over 300 members of the community. It’s a fun evening and a great cause! Our auction provides funding for essential programs, such as Financial Aid and TOPSoccer, allowing us to serve more young athletes in our area. Save the date for the 7th Annual Bids for Kids Dinner and Auction on February 25, 2017! It will again be held at the Thomas Family Farm, 9010 Marsh Road in Snohomish and will feature a Live and Silent auction along with a buffet dinner. To d on at e i t e m s or services, purchase tickets, or inquire about sponsorship opp or t u n i t i e s cont a c t Amy Mikulsky at [email protected] snohomishyouthsoccer.org. The Annual Dinner and Auction is a perfect way to help our local kids and have fun at the same time!

2016 College Scholarship Winners A Big Congratulations to: Sara Steranka, Taylor Gobel Brady Henderson Alexander Woodard

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Car Raffle

For the second year in a row a brand new Nissan Sentra was raffled off at the Annual 2016 Bids for Kids Auction. The auction was held in February at the Thomas Family Farm in Snohomish.

Stop by during the

Bigfoot Tournament! Happy Hour Every Day 3-6pm! Voted Best Restaurant in Snohomish! (KOMO)

Open for dining 7 am to 10 pm, Bar on Friday & Saturday till 11 pm Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Appetizers, House-made Desserts, Full Service Lounge, Huge Deck overlooking the Pilchuck River.

Now Providing Catering & Event Planning

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Cypress Ave

All of these players were awarded a $1,000 college scholarship from the Snohomish Youth Soccer Association. Good Job!

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B00 Black Regional Semi Finalists! B00 Black Team Represented WA in the Region IV President’s Cup and made it to the Semi Finals! Congratulations on a great season! Snohomish United 00’ Black represented the state of Washington at the 2016 Region IV President’s Cup playoffs this June. After winning the 2016 U15 WYS President’s Cup, the Snohomish United U15 Boys Black Team led by Coach Pat Henderson meticulously prepared for the next step. Many players had arranged to complete final projects and take final exams early, as well as miss their last week of school. Most of the boys arrived in Denver, CO on June 12 in order to start acclimating to high altitude and high temperatures. Game one of the regional championships was played on Tuesday, June 14 v. Porterville United (Nor. Cal) and after a hard fought match the game ended in a 1-1 draw. Both teams were very evenly matched. Game two (June 15) v. Arsenal (Utah) saw Snohomish United go down 1-0 early in the game. The boys battled back, and scored the tying goal down a player resulting in another hard fought draw. Going into game 3, all four teams in the group were in position to

take 1st place in the bracket due to all four teams had tied both of their first two games.Snohomish United and Porterville United ended up tied for first with only 2 goals scored against them each, while the other two teams (Utah and CO Rapids) each had 3 goals scored against. Game 3 (v. Colorado Rapids) was one for the ages. With the other game from the bracket being played simultaneously on an adjacent field it was any one of the teams from the groups shot for first place. Snohomish United went up a goal in the first minute, and then scored again soon after. Meanwhile, on the adjoining field, Porterville was also up 2-0, the two teams remaining neck and neck. In the 2nd half, the Snohomish United defense made a mistake with an “own goal” putting them at 2-1. On the adjoining field, Porterville went up 3-0. With 20 minutes left in the half it looked like Snohomish United would pull out the win, but it wouldn’t be enough to seal first place and move on to the quarterfinals. With minutes remaining Utah scored a goal on the adjoining field and Porterville quickly answered with another of their own, holding on to a 4-1 lead. With under a minute to go in our game,Colorado took down one of United’s players in the

box and the referee pointed to the spot awarding a penalty kick. Snohomish United scored off the penalty and seconds later the final whistle blew, giving Snohomish a 3-1 win. Snohomish’s only hope for securing first place, was if Utah scored one more on the adjoining field, giving Snohomish one less goal scored against than Porterville. And with seconds to go in that game, Utah put one in! Final score of that game was Porterville 4 Utah 2 and Snohomish United with a 1st place in the bracket and moving on to quarterfinals!  Quarterfinals on Friday, June 17 were vs. MSC United (Arizona). Snohomish United went up 1-0 in the first half and seemed confident going into the second half. MSC tied it up in the 2nd with a free kick near the 18 and the rest of the half played at a 1-1 tie, until just minutes to go in regulation when a cross came in and a Snohomish United player scored off of a back heel. Snohomish United pulled out the 2-1 win! Semi Finals, Saturday, June 18 vs. Players Elite (Nevada). This game proved to be the biggest challenge so far for Snohomish United. Players Elite was quicker to the ball in the first half, though both teams were showing their

fatigue and mounting injuries. Nevada went up 1-0 and held it for nearly the entire second half. With game regulation time nearly up, a free kick, beautifully to the head of a Snohomish United player (and then beautifully put into the opposing goal) was reversed by the ref who called foul on Snohomish United. Once play resumed and with Snohomish United giving it all they had

to get at least one goal in, the referee called time on the game and Snohomish ended their incredible run with a 2-0 loss in the semi-finals. Players Elite went on to win the finals and will represent Region IV in the US Youth President’s Cup National Championships. Snohomish United wishes them the best of luck in representing our region.  Players’ parents, Snohomish

Youth Soccer Club and city of Snohomish are extremely proud of these boys and in the manner in which they conducted themselves as student-athletes and in their representation of the state of Washington.

Snohomish Youth Soccer Club Mission Statement To provide a professional atmosphere that allows players to develop technically, tactically, physically, and mentally in order to compete at the highest levels of soccer. This will be done by providing the highest level of coaching, in a safe environment and in the most cost efficient manner possible.

Michael L. George, D.D.S, M.S.D. (360) 568-1519 - 700 Avenue D (425) 258-1121 - 4001 Colby Avenue Achieving the smile you’ve always wanted has never been this easy! We offer flexible, Interest-free payment options and affordable monthly payments.

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Lund Orthodontics proudly sponsors Bigfoot Tournament Dr. Paul Lund with Lund Orthodontics is proud to support Snohomish United and the Big Foot Tournament. Dr. Paul states, “I grew up in Snohomish; so it’s especially great to partner with Snohomish United, an organization that has such a huge, positive impact on kids in this area. The leadership at Snohomish United is really

looking to help kids succeed on and off the field, and our focus on promoting overall health and building selfconfidence with orthodontic care compliments what Snohomish United is all about. The Big Foot Tournament is going to be awesome this year. We’re happy to offer our support for a great cause!” Lu n d O r t h o d ont i c s

Bigfoot Soccer Tournament

August 19 – 22 Snohomish Youth Soccer Complex (Stocker Fields) www.snohomishyouthsoccer. org

endeavors to give every member of their community the opportunity to engage in life-changing, affordable orthodontic specialty care. Lund Orthodontics is located at 615 Avenue D in Snohomish, 22-95th Dr. NE in Lake Stevens and 13106120th Ave. NE in Kirkland. For more information visit www. lundorthodontics.com.

Local Hospital/Walk In Clinics Locations Everett Clinic Walk In 401 2nd St, Snohomish, WA 360-563-8600

EvergreenHealth Hospital (Formerly Valley General Hospital) 14701 179th Ave SE, Monroe, WA 360-794-7497

Providence Hospital Emergency 1321 Colby, Everett, WA 425-261-3000

Look for us on First Street at our Restaurant or down at the fields with our Mobile Pizza Trailer. ut Dine In • Take O g Delivery • Caterin

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1120 First Street, Snohomish

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2016 Calendar of Snohomish Events AUGUST 2016 6: Summer Festival, Delta Rehabilitation Center, 1705 Terrace Ave., 360-568-2168 6: Community Breakfast/ Bonanza Bingo, Senior Center, 506 4th St. 360-5680934 11, 18, 25: Snohomish Farmers’ Market, 3-8 p . m . C e d a r Av e n u e and Pearl Street. www. snohomishfarmersmarket. com 19-22: Bigfoot Soccer,Stocker Field,11 Lincoln Avenue.www. snohomishyouthsoccer.org 13: Sunsets in Snohomish, Sip, Shop, Dine & Stroll, 5-8 p.m., www.historicdowntown snohomish.org 19-21: Taste of Music, Downtown Snohomish. www. historicdowntownsnohomish.org 27: Indoor Garage & Yard Sale, Senior Center, 506 4th St. 360-568-0934 SEPTEMBER 2016 1, 8, 15, 22, 29: Farmers’ Market, 3 p.m.-Dusk, Cedar Avenue and Pearl Street. www. snohomishfarmersmarket. com 3: Community Breakfast/ Bonanza Bingo, Senior

Center, 506 4th St. 360-5680934 10: Sunsets in Snohomish, Sip, shop, dine and stroll, 5-8 p.m. www.historicdowntownsnohomish.org 10-11: Pumpkin Hurl, AlexanderFarm,cornerof 43rd Ave. SE and Ebey Island Road, www.festivalofpumpkins.org 18: Historical Society’s 45th Annual Home Tour, City wide, 12-5 p.m., 360-5685235, 360-568-2526 www. snohomish-historicalsociety. org 24: Health Fair,Senior Center, 506-4th St. 25: 33rd Annual Classic Car & Hot Rod Display, Downtown, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., 360-568-2526, www.cityofsnohomish.com OCTOBER 2016 The Month of October: Snohomish Festival of Pumpkins, Citywide and local pumpkin patch farms. Farms have special activities every weekend. TBD: Festival of Pumpkins, Special community activities 360-568-2526, www.cityofsnohomish.com 1: Community Breakfast/ Bonanza Bingo, Senior Center, 506 4th St. 360-568-

0934 28-29: Snohomish BrewFest, Snohomish Events Center, 1101 Second Street www.snohobrewfest.com 3 1 : Tr i c k - o r - Tr e a t Downtown Businesses, 3-5 p.m. www.historicdowntownsnohomish.org

www.snohomishhistoricalsociety.org 17: Holiday Tea Party, Senior Center, 506 4th St. 360-5680934 2 1 : Wi nte r S o l s t i c e , D ow ntow n Snohom i sh Riverfront Trail

31: New Year’s Eve Dance, Senior Center, 506 4th St. 360-568-0934 JANUARY 2017 28: Groundfrog Day, (West Coast’s version of Groundhog Day). Family fun for all.

360-568-2526 www.groundfrogday.com

This calendar is subject to change Visit www. cityofsnohomish.com

NOVEMBER 2016 5: Community Breakfast/ Bingo Bonanza, Snohomish Senior Center, 506-4th St. 1 9 : Ho l i d ay B a z a a r, Snohomish Senior Center, 506-4th St. 25: Snohomish Home for the Holidays, Santa comes to town! Shops remain open late for your convenience. Enjoy t he home-tow n holiday hospitality. www. historicdowntownsnohomish.org DECEMBER 2016 The month of December: Home for the Holidays Activities, www.historicdowntownsnohomish.org 3: Community Breakfast/ Bingo Bonanza, Snohomish Senior Center, 506-4th St. 11: Historical Society Christmas Parlour Tour, city-wide,12-4 p.m.,360-5685235, 360-568-2526

Stop By Our Country Market During The Soccer Tournament For Some Fresh Fruit & Produce For Your Team! www.StockerFarms.com 10622 Airport Way 360-568-7391

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