Raffle winners are announced at the 2010 MIYFS Foundation Breakfast. This year’s event was postponed due to the snow. Katie Metzger/file photo

Raffle winners are announced at the 2010 MIYFS Foundation Breakfast. This year’s event was postponed due to the snow. Katie Metzger/file photo

MIYFS Breakfast postponed to March 6

The date was changed due to the forecast of another winter storm in the area.

  • Thursday, February 14, 2019 2:39pm
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The date for the Mercer Island Youth and Family Services (MIYFS) Foundation Annual Breakfast was changed from Feb. 13 to March 6, due to predicted inclement weather.

“Community coming together to support the programs and services offered by MIYFS is a vital cause, but community safety is an even higher priority,” an announcement from the Mercer Island city department said last week.

The “Shop Local” event that accompanies the breakfast also was postponed to March 6.

Some 550 people already registered and registration remains available online at: https://bit.ly/2GkZkTo2019 Annual Breakfast – March 6.

Those unable to attend can still donate. People who can still attend the rescheduled date should not re-register. Email Sari Weiss at MIYFS, sari.weiss@mercergov.org, with questions.

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