This month, Timothy Lehr, associated attorney at Stiles Law, Inc, became the newest member of our board. Timothy grew up in Mount Vernon and attended Mount Vernon High School. He joined Stiles Law, Inc. in August 2016 and is a member of the Northwest Washington Estate Planning Council, Secretary/Treasurer of Skagit County Bar Association and a member of Sedro Woolley Rotary Club.
Timothy attended Seattle University School of Law where he graduated Cum Laude. While at Seattle U Law, he received the CALI Award for Excellence in Legal Writing II. He sat on the Judicial Board for the Student Bar Association and was the Vice President of the Federalist Society, Seattle U Law Chapter. Prior to joining Stiles Law Inc., Timothy clerked for all four judges at the Skagit County Superior Court.
Timothy joined the Skagit Community Foundation because he wants to be a part of an organization that gives back to the community and connects philathropists with the actual and immediate needs of the area.
This past month, Maiben House, a community building located in Maiben Park, received a $65,000 remodel after sitting vacant for decades. We are encouraged to see the positive change this will have in our community not only for the 70 children with Boys & Girls Club of Skagit County who will be able to utilize it, but also for the many community members who will find the space useful for their own events.
The remodel was headed by Leadership Skagit’s Team World Hues. This was made possible by partnerships with Burlington Rotary, Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County, the City of Burlington, and local business support throughout the community.
As a partner of Boys & Girls Club of Skagit County, we are proud to witness this community effort and we heartily support their presence in our neighborhoods.