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Herald North K itsap Kitsap week KITSAPweek Beatles EcoFun tribute at the Admiral EcoFest in Kingston M a y 3 0 — J u n e 5 , 2 014 Lots of savings in Kitsap’s largest Classified section LIFE AND CULTURE n Environmental festival for the whole family in Kingston — Inside — page 2 what’s up this week Scouts teach market visitors about zombie survival in Port Orchard Friday, May 30, 2014 | Vol. 113, No. 21 | | 50¢ In the Herald News Walk raises money for fight against CF Pages 12-19 n I t’s the end of the world as we know it. No government. No help is coming. We’re all on our own, fending and providing for ourselves. And — oh, yeah — zombies are roaming the land. What do you do? Ask a Boy Scout. “Kids find it cool,” said Sean Neal, director of the Boy Scouts Sinclair District. “We take all those survival skills that we normally teach to scouts,” he said. “Instead of saying, ‘If you find yourself in the woods after a plane crash,’ we say, ‘If you find yourself in the woods after a zombie apocalypse.’ ” The Boy Scouts will impart their essential post-civilization knowledge at the Port Orchard Farmers Market on May 31. “We are teaching some basic first aid stuff and essential things they should have when they are out,” Neal said. “We are gonna attempt to bring enough hands-on demonstrations, and set up in and around our booth, and have a shelter.” See SCOUTS, Page 9 The Boy Scouts can help you prepare for the post-zombie apocalypse world with their handy survival skills. A zombie outbreak hit Kitsap in 2009 when “Zombies of Mass Destruction” was filmed in Port Gamble. Contributed 65,000 circulation every Friday in the Bainbridge Island Review | Bremerton Patriot | Central Kitsap Reporter | North Kitsap Herald | Port Orchard Independent ‘Nobody forgets Miss Barbara’ Lent’s idea for closed hospital Make Harrison Bremerton available for veteran care — Page A23 By KEVAN MOORE Bremerton Patriot sports Who’s in, who’s out in state tournaments — Pages A8-9 Barbara Rhoe assists students with their studies at The Farm Montessori preschool and kindergarten on May 12. Rhoe is retiring after 40 years. Kipp Robertson / Herald As 40-year teacher, Rhoe had an ‘amazing ride’ By KIPP ROBERTSON P sports ‘The Devastator’ gets a sponsor after latest win — Page A9 ONLINE How to protect your home from landslide — NorthKitsap OULSBO — It’s taken some time for Barbara Rhoe to decide to call it quits. After a few personal events in her life, Rhoe, 70, decided to keep running The Farm Montessori preschool and kindergarten. She would know when it would be time to retire. “I thought, well, it will sort of come to me organically,” she said. Following the retirement of her business partner, Marie Elizabeth Cable, in 2008, she continued to run the Montessori school. As the school year wrapped up, though, Rhoe decided it was time to start a new chapter in her life. She will retire and move to downtown Seattle. “My life is going to change dramatically,” she said. Rhoe lived and worked on Clear Creek Road for more than 30 years. The property she and her late husband lived on is adjacent to the school. During her time at The Farm, Rhoe has taught multiple generations of students. She is now teaching the children of former students. Linda Robinson, whose three children attended The Farm and are now in their 30s, said Rhoe thrives on being around children and being a part of their education. The methods of teaching Rhoe Poulsbo may ban pot businesses A.G.’s opinion provides option By RICHARD D. OXLEY POULSBO — Poulsbo’s City Council has considered interim regulations for the emerging recreational marijuana market for nearly 10 months, and will soon vote to either make the codes permanent or go back to the drawing board. But the council may be presented with another approach to codifying recreational marijuana within the city — banning it. “What we are talking about here would See RHOE, Page A4 specifically disallow the commercial distribution of marijuana in Poulsbo,” Councilman David Musgrove said at a May 28 meeting of the council’s economic development committee. Specifically, what the committee discussed was the possible prohibition of See Pot, Page A3 BREMERTON — Bremerton Mayor Patty Lent wants to engage Sen. Patty Murray and Rep. Derek Kilmer in conversation about housing a veterans hospital at Harrison Medical Center Bremerton when Harrison moves its acute care services to Silverdale. The move is expected to happen in the next three to four years, Harrison President and CEO Scott Bosch announced May 23. Bosch said Harrison’s board of directors is still evaluating what outpatient services will continue to be offered in Bremerton. “The board is not willing to abandon Bremerton,” Bosch said. “We are not going to leave Bremerton. We are going to be here in a significant way.” What that presence will look like is not yet clear, but it could include some urgent care services, wellness programs and medical specialists. Lent, who spoke privately with Bosch ahead of the announcement, said she was shocked by See harrison, Page A2 HARRISON MEDICAL CENTER CEO doesn’t anticipate layoffs n Q&A with Harrison’s Jacquie Goodwill — NorthKitsapHerald. com n The North Kitsap Herald: Top local stories, every Friday in print. Breaking news daily on and on Facebook

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