Breakfast with an Author COVID-19 Policy
Mukilteo Schools Foundation (MSF) will be following the district and state guidelines to ensure that our Breakfast with an Author event is safe and minimizes COVID-19 exposure.
MSF will forego tables and breakfast service during the event and will seat chairs auditorium style six-feet apart. Guests will be provided breakfast to-go on their way out after the event.
The event will be shortened to one hour and guests will be required to wear a face mask during the entire event.
MSF is not requiring COVID-19 vaccines nor a negative test to attend our event.
Acknowledge and Release
I acknowledge that by attending Mukilteo Schools Foundation’s Breakfast with an Author event on Friday, January 28, 2022 that I assume all risks of exposure to COVID-19. I will not hold Mukilteo Schools Foundation or the Mukilteo School District responsible for COVID-19 exposure or illness due to attending the event. I realize that Mukilteo Schools Foundation is following proper district and state guidelines to minimize exposure risk but attendance at the Breakfast Fundraiser does still carry risk of exposure or illness. I also agree that if I have any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 or have been directly exposed in the last 10 days that I will not attend the event and I will not be eligible for a refund. By purchasing tickets and attending the Breakfast Fundraiser I agree to these terms.
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Meet the Author!
This is a true story about how Art was a pilot on a Delta L 1011 that was hijacked to Cuba in January of 1980. They safely arrived in Cuba hoping the hijacker would get off. Instead, he demanded to refuel and take him to Iran. This was two months after students loyal to the Ayatollah had taken over the U.S. Embassy. During the night flight to Cuba, Captain Vickers asked the hijacker to see his gun. “We can’t leave the U.S. on a hoax or a prank” The hijacker showed Captain Vickers a small .25 caliber gun saying, “These are poisoned hollow-point bullets. I can shoot you in the elbow and see how fast you die.” Hoping to avert a bloody tragedy, the flight crew and passengers devised a complicated, risky plan… Arthur Krull’s Hijacked-A Critical Change of Plans tells you their story-and much more-showing how the events of that day resonate to this day.
The book describes Art Krull’s life as a civilian, military and commercial pilot and relates how his wife, Kathy, dealt with his career and especially how she managed their three young boys during the frightening hijacking ordeal.
Art has presented his story as a guest speaker and lecturer for over 35 years and continues to do so along with Kathy. Art and Kathy are both graduates of the University of Washington. (Third Place Books)
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