Issuu on Google+

PRSRT STD ECRWSS U.S. Postage Paid Permit #017 ZIP CODE 99019

October 11, 2012

INSIDE:

An expanded menu of recycling options accompany the arrival this week of those 96-gallon blue carts PAGE 10

HIT THE ROAD, JACK!

BUDGET PREVIEW

Reviewer: It’s well worth the short jaunt north to see LLCT’s latest production P. 16

Mayor’s 2013 city of Liberty Lake budget to be unveiled Tuesday P. 9

profiles

2 • Oct. 11, 2012

The Splash

Your local full-service printer ◆ Product Packaging ◆ Promotional Material ◆ Custom Binders ◆ Children’s Books ◆ Novels & Business Books ◆ DVD & CD Manufacturing

Splash photo by Jim Ryan

Sandra Mann sits at her desk, just feet from a private outdoor balcony, in her new office at 2310 N. Molter Road, Suite 205.

Richard Shutts Owner, Liberty Lake Resident

www.crownmediacorp.com CALL US TODAY AT 509.315.8114

Unlocking the puzzle Mann finds joy in working with numbers, growing Andrean Accounting By Jim Ryan Splash Contributor

LET OUR EXPERT TEAM

TAKE CARE OF YOU

High quality products and services • Outstanding customer service • Fast and efficient •

Your local Liberty Lube — more than just an oil change. With us, you will experience freedom from high-pressure sales tactics, yo-yo pricing, long lines and a dirty store.

Liberty Lube now haS a

19

$

99

oiL change Includes 4 quarts of oil and a standard oil filter. No discounts apply.

(509)

922-3510

1105 N. Liberty Lake Rd. www.yourlibertylube.com

Mon-Fri 8-6 • Sat 8-5

When most people receive their yearly tax return from their accountant, they don’t see it as anything more than columns of numbers with a bottom line that may or may not be good news to them or their business. For Sandra Mann, EA, the completed form is a piece of art. Mann has owned Andrean Accounting in Liberty Lake since 2008 and has recently moved her office to 2310 N. Molter Rd, Suite 205. She has scheduled an open house for her clients and the community today from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served. Sitting in her corner office with a forest of trees behind her just on the verge of their explosion of fall colors, Mann explained that her move last month from a small strip mall on County Vista Drive was necessitated by a growing staff, an expanding client list and the need for a little more peace and quiet while crunching her numbers. She said her new office location is more geared toward a professional environment, and she and her new bookkeeper, Jessica Fuhlendorf, can get “in the zone” when working on their projects. Mann also has plans to bring in an administrative assistant during the tax season, with an eye toward making that position permanent. Mann was born in Western Washington, just about an hour north of Seattle,

Sandra Mann Age 46

Family Husband, Michael (newly married in June); son, Brandan, who is in college.

Favorite snack Totino’s Pizza

Favorite weekend activity Short hikes

Hobbies Jigsaw puzzles, collecting key chains, building dollhouses

IF YOU GO …

Andrean Accounting Open House 4:30 to 7 p.m. today (Oct. 11) 2310 N. Molter Road, Suite 205 Celebrate the move to a new location with wine and hors d’oeuvres. For more: 928-8500 or sandra@ andreanaccounting.com. and graduated from Central Washington University. “I went to college with the idea of becoming an aeronautical engineer because it was always my desire to build a rocket ship for NASA and maybe one day go up in one,” she explained. “Then after my first year in college, I realized how important it was that I should have paid more attention

See ACCOUNTING, page 14

The Splash

Oct. 11, 2012 • 3

Custom Smiles

Brandon, Olivia and Max

Leaders in quaLity eyecare Comprehensive Eye Care 893-7574 Complete Vision Services For All Ages Cataract • Glaucoma • Red Or Dry Eyes Contact Lenses Of All Types Available most insurances accepted — including medicare, group health, premera, cigna, vsp and molina

2207 N. MOLTER ROAD, SuiTE 100 LibERTy LAkE, WA 99019

e. 23505 appleway ave. Ste 204 509.892.9284 ƭ www.DrScottRalph.com

Dr. Scott Ralph

A Network of premier practices

DDS, MS, Orthodontist

NO RefeRRal NeceSSaRy

www.LibertyLakeEyeCareCenter.com

Become our fan on

MON 9:00-5:30 • TuES 1:00-7:00 • WED & ThuR 9:00-5:00 • FRi 8:00-4:00 • SAT (by AppT)

N

X NO

E AV

LN

EK

G IN SW

90

T OL NM

ER RD

N MA

E

P AP

AY W LE

DIS ON ST

ON

ITR

E MISSION AVE

E AV

OD

WO

NT

HU

community

4 • Oct. 11, 2012

Volume 14, Issue 41 Editor/publisher

Josh Johnson

josh@libertylakesplash.com General Manager

Tammy Kimberley

tammy@libertylakesplash.com Senior account Janet Pier executive janet@libertylakesplash.com

account Cindy Esch executive cindy@libertylakesplash.com graphics editor

Sarah Burk

sarah@libertylakesplash.com

Office manager

Kelli Dexter

kelli@libertylakesplash.com Circulation Ken Nagle Mike Wiykovics

circulation@libertylakesplash.com

On the cover: Splash photo by Josh Johnson

About The Liberty Lake Splash 2310 N. Molter Road, Suite 305 Liberty Lake, WA 99019 Phone: 242-7752; Fax: 927-2190 www.libertylakesplash.com The Splash is published weekly on Thursdays and is distributed free of charge to every business and residence in the greater Liberty Lake area. Additional copies are located at more than 100 drop-off locations in Liberty Lake and Otis Orchards.

Calendar of events COMMUNITY Oct. 13 | CV Grad Night fundraiser: Brats & Brews for Bears 2 to 5 p.m., NoLi

Brewhouse, 1003 E. Trent Ave., Spokane. Micro brews, a signature beer glass and brats for $25, plus auction items. For more or tickets: mlorge@ yokesfoods.com

Oct. 19 | Greenacres Middle School Wild West Fundraiser 6 to 9:30 p.m. Rockin' B

Ranch, 3912 Spokane Bridge Road. 21 and older is invited for an evening of food, silent auction, Wild West card games and door prizes. Tickets are $25 per person and must be pre-purchased by Oct. 12. Tickets on sale at GMS office. For more: 954-9806

Oct. 29 | Halloween Party 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.,

Liberty Lake Municipal Library, 23123 E. Mission Ave. Crafts, games and prizes. Wear your costume. $2 photos with decorative frame. For more: 232-2510

Nov. 1 | Great Candy Buy Back 4 to 7 p.m., KiDDS Dental, 1327 N. Stanford Lane, Suite 5, Liberty Lake. Dental office buys leftover Halloween candy at $1 per pound and sends it to troops overseas in this fifth annual event. Also, goodie bags and prizes. For more: 8917070 or www.growupsmiling.com

Nov. 3 | Friends Book Sale 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Liberty Lake Municipal Library, 23123 E. Mission Ave.

Recurring Friends of the Liberty Lake Municipal Library 6 p.m., the last Tuesday of every month,

Submitted materials Announcements, obituaries, letters to the editor and story ideas are encouraged. Submit them in writing to editor@libertylakesplash.com or bring them by The Splash office. Timely submissions should be received by Friday at noon for best chance of publication in the following week’s Splash.

Advertising information Information about classified and display advertising is on page 18.

Subscriptions Liberty Lake residents receive a complimentary copy each Thursday. Subscriptions for U.S. postal addresses outside of the 99019 ZIP code cost $50 for 52 weeks and $30 for 26 weeks. Send a check and subscription address to P.O. Box 363, Liberty Lake, WA 99019 or call 242-7752 for more information.

Correction policy The Splash strives for accuracy in all content. Errors should be reported immediately to 2427752 or by e-mail to editor@libertylakesplash. com. Confirmed factual errors will be corrected on this page in the issue following their discovery.

23123 E. Mission Ave.

Kiwanis Club of Liberty Lake 6:45 a.m. Wednesdays, Liberty Lake City Hall, 22510 E. Country Vista Drive. For more: www. libertylakekiwanis.org

Oct. 17 meeting to feature Sharon WeilerRace, chairperson of community services for the Spokane Valley Kiwanis, speaking on the International Kiwanis project to eliminate neonatal tetanus

MUSIC & THE ARTS Oct. 12-14, 18-20 | “Hit the Road, Jack”

7 p.m. each day except Oct. 13, which is 2 p.m., The Kave, 4904 N. Harvard Road, Otis Orchards. Family-friendly comedy performed by the Liberty Lake Community Theatre. Tickets: $8 adults, $5 ages 4-12, 3 and under free. For more: www. libertylaketheatre.com

Oct. 20 | “Inspecting Carol” auditions

2 p.m., City Hall’s Little House, 22710 E. Country Vista Drive. Auditions for Liberty Lake Community Theatre’s December production. For more: www.libertylaketheatre.com

CIVIC & BUSINESS Oct. 11 | Andrean Accounting open house 4:30 to 7 p.m., 2310 N. Molter Road, Suite 205, Liberty Lake. Open house with wine and hors d'oeuvres celebrating Andrean’s new location in Liberty Lake. For more: 928-8500

Oct. 12 | WELL meeting 12:45 p.m.

networking, 1 p.m. program (buying local), 22510 E. Mission Ave. Monthly meeting of Women Executives of Liberty Lake. For more: well99019.webs.com/

Oct. 13 | Second annual Community Domestic Violence Symposium 9 a.m. to

Liberty Lake Lions Club Noon on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, Barlow’s Restaurant, 1400 N. Meadowwood Lane. For more: 927-2193 or cheshierll@aol.com

Copyright © 2012

Liberty Lake Toastmasters 5:45 to 7 p.m.

Wednesdays at the Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District building, 22510 E. Mission Ave. For more: 208-765-8657

Senior Lunch programs 11 a.m. Mondays

The Liberty Lake Elementary School math team is looking for fourth-graders interested in trying out to compete in the Math Is Cool competition. For more information, call Neal Olander at 921-7612.

SCLD trustee position available Spokane County Commissioners are now accepting applications for a Spokane County Library District Board of Trustees position, which will be available as of Jan. 1, 2013. Applications will be accepted until Nov. 8. For position requirements and instructions on how to apply for the open position, visit http://bit.ly/SCLD-apply.

Committee members sought For Relay for Life The Liberty Lake Relay For Life is looking for committee members to help make the 2013 event a success. For more information, contact Jennifer Kronvall at 242-8303 or jennifer.kronvall@cancer.org. p.m. the first Thursday of each month, 23123 E. Mission Ave.

Liberty Lake Planning Commission 4 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month, City Hall, 22710 E. Country Vista Drive

Liberty Lake SCOPE 6:30 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month, City Hall, 22710 E. Country Vista Drive

Oct. 18 | Do-it-Herself Workshop: How to Install Tile 6:30 to 8 p.m. Hope Depot, 21701

month, 22510 E. Mission Ave.

Liberty Lake Farmers Market 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays through October 13, 1421 N. Meadowwood Lane. For more: www. llfarmersmarket.com

Math Is Cool seeking fourth-graders

noon, Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District administration building, 22510 E. Mission Ave. Free event presented by the Liberty Lake Police Department includes speakers from law enforcement, YWCA and Valley Hospital. Lunch provided, so RSVP is requested. For more: 7551140

Oct. 18 | Special meeting: TIF and LIFT 7 p.m. , Liberty Lake City Hall, 22510 E.

The Splash is an awardwinning member of the National Newspaper Association and Washington Newspaper Publishers Association. All rights reserved. All contents of The Splash may not be reproduced without written permission of the publisher.

and Wednesdays at Liberty Lake City Hall, 22710 E. Country Vista Drive, and 11 a.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at Talon Hills Senior Complex, 24950 E. Hawkstone Loop. Seniors age 60 and older invited; recommended donation $3.50.

Liberty Lake Centennial Rotary Club Noon

Liberty Lake Municipal Library 23123 E. Mission Ave. 10:15 a.m. Fridays, baby lapsit story time; 11 a.m. Friday, toddler/preschool story time and songs; 1 p.m. Fridays, story time and crafts for preschoolers; 10:30 a.m. Saturdays, Knitting Club; 10:30 a.m. Saturdays, computer classes; 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, toddler/preschool story time. For more: 232-2510

Memberships

Community Briefs

E. Country Vista Drive. Snacks and refreshments provided as well as a "swag bag" for the first 12 women present. For more: Stacie_E_Williams@ homedepot.com

Thursdays, Meadowwood Technology Campus Liberty Room, 2100 N. Molter Road

The Splash

Country Vista Drive. Meeting called by Mayor Steve Peterson to learn more about economic development tools available to the city. For more: 755-6700

Oct. 19 | Biz Buzz 6:30 a.m. networking,

7 a.m. program, Mirabeau Park Hotel, 1100 N. Sullivan Road, Spokane Valley. A focus on networking will highlight the regular monthly meeting of the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce. Member and non-member tickets are available. For more or to register: www. spokanevalleychamber.org or 924-4994

Recurring Central Valley School Board 6:30 p.m. on

the second and fourth Mondays of each month, CVSD administration building, 19307 E. Cataldo, Spokane Valley

Liberty Lake City Council 7 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of each month, City Hall, 22710 E. Country Vista Drive

Liberty Lake Municipal Library Board 6:30

Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District Board 4 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each

HEALTH & RECREATION Oct. 16| DECA Dig-4-the-Cure 7 p.m., Central Valley High School, 821 S. Sullivan Road. In conjunction with the CV volleyball game against Ferris, DECA is holding this fundraiser in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. DECA will be selling T-shirts for $10, and proceeds will benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Donations will be accepted. Oct. 19| Dads & Dudes Night 6 to 9 p.m.,

HUB Sports Center, 19619 E. Cataldo. Fathers and sons invited for basketball, volleyball, soccer, pickleball, badminton and other races and games. Preregistration is $10 for father and son combined, $15 at the door. $3 for additional sons. For more: info@hubsportscenter.org or www.hubsportscenter.org

Recurring Liberty Lake Running Club 6 p.m. Thursdays, 3-mile run followed by cocktails, Palenque Mexican Restaurant, 1102 N. Liberty Lake Road. Season-ending run on Oct. 25 will be followed by a party at the home of Sherry and Allen Pickering. For more: 927-9372 or kathyawhybrew@msn.com Submit items for consideration on the calendar of events to calendar@libertylakesplash.com.

The Splash

Oct. 11, 2012 • 5

This weekend, Oct 13 & 14 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Over 2,000 pumpkins on display,

Thanks for supporting s! colossal local crops of fresh fruits & local farmer veggies, wide variety in abundance

Carving Pumpkins 25¢/lb, U-Pick 20¢/lb

Mon. - Sat. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. • Sun. 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Last day open for season Oct. 31

Fresh Start Produce

21619 Wellesley, Otis Orchards • 927-8133

The Splash

6 • Oct. 11, 2012

Think we are just tanning?

Think again! At the push of a button our members enjoy a relaxing and soothing spa experience at a fraction of the cost and in far less time than a traditional day spa. Text "spa" to 35819 for your complimentry spa expirience - limit first time guests only. All returning customers recieve 20% off of any service or package! Offers expire 11/07/2012

(509) 891-7671

509 N Sullivan Rd Suite E • Spokane Valley, Wa 99037

SEE for FREE! Do you want Free LASIK surgery? Dr. Gary Fillmore and the team at Eye Consultants present: Dave, Ken & Molly’s “SEE for FREE” video contest with 92.9 ZZU FM!

It’s simple to enter. Just create a video telling us why you want free LASIK surgery. Videos can be humorous or serious. CREATIVITY is the KEY! Get out your phone or video camera, shoot your story and get it to us by November 4.

MINNIE OHNBACK

NO CAVITY CLUB WINNER!

Winner of a $25 Toys R Us gift certificate

Videos should be no longer than 3 minutes. Submit video by October 22 and earn bonus judging points!

For registration and participation details, visit

www.LASIKSpokane.net Winner will be announced on Dave, Ken & Molly's Show on 92.9 ZZU FM November 8!

Someone will win free LASIK – We want it to be

YOU!

Eye Consultants - Where your BEST vision is our ONLY focus!

Dr. Ross Simonds

Dr. Amanda Roper

22106 E. Country Vista Dr. Suite D

893-1119

www.LibertyLakeDental.com

The Splash

NEWS

Oct. 11, 2012 • 7

Police Report The following incidents, arrests, calls for service and citations were reported by the Liberty Lake Police Department Oct. 1-8.

Incidents and arrests • Suspicious circumstances — At 11:35 a.m. Oct. 3, LLPD was dispatched to the 1800 block of North Cavalier Road. The complainant reported that when they walked out of the home, they saw a subject inside of the garage standing next to their vehicle. The subject was identified and is known to work on landscaping in the area. Nothing was reported missing, but due to the recent vehicle prowls in the area, the complainant contacted law enforcement. • Theft — At 9:40 a.m. Oct. 4, LLPD was dispatched to the 1300 block of North Whitman Lane for what was reported as two subjects who had just taken a mountain bike. Officers arrived in the area looking for the suspects, and it was determined that there was a time delay from when the theft occurred and when it was reported to 911. It was also determined that a bike was not taken, but lights from a bicycle were taken. • Missing wallet — At 10 a.m. Oct. 1, LLPD was notified that a resident’s wallet was possibly stolen. The complainant reported that between 6 to 7 p.m. the prior evening, her wallet was left in a shopping cart at Home Depot, and it was not turned in. • Welfare check — At 4:55 p.m. Oct. 4, LLPD was dispatched to the 22800 block of East County Vista Drive for a welfare check. A father that lives out of state told officers that he has not heard from his daughter for an extended period of time and requested that officers check on her welfare. The officers were able to contact the daughter and determined that everything was fine and passed on the message from her father. • Welfare check — At 9:15 p.m. Oct. 4, LLPD was dispatched to a welfare check at the 23000 block of East Sinto Avenue. The complainant reported he was being harassed by 40 unknown subjects who have been following him and making threats. The complainant stated the 40 people were currently watching him from two blocks away. The officer checked the area and could not locate anyone. • DUI — A 54-year-old Liberty Lake woman was arrested at 9:15 p.m. Oct. 5 at Molter and Appleway for DUI. The officer observed the vehicle swerving and speeding while travelling westbound on Appleway. The officer stopped the vehicle and during the contact and investigation determined the driver was intoxicated. • Suspicious person — At 7:30 p.m. Oct. 5, LLPD was dispatched to a suspicious person call. The complainant

Prizes & chance to win a 46” LCD TV reported he observed a male subject taking pictures of houses and children as they were waiting at the bus stop in the area of the 24000 block of East Maxwell between 7:15 and 7:30 a.m. Dayshift officers were notified of the situation, and officers will be doing extra patrols in the area. • Domestic violence assault — A 41-year-old Liberty Lake man was arrested at 12:10 p.m. Oct. 5 at the 200 block of North Legacy Ridge Drive for second degree assault domestic violence. Officers were dispatched to the address for a domestic violence with a weapon. It was being reported through a third party that they heard through a phone conversation that there was a physical struggle going on between a male and female, and the male subject made a comment about “finishing this now” before the phone line was disconnected. Officers arrived on scene and contacted a male and female subject. During the investigation, it was determined the male subject caused substantial injury to the victim, and the male subject made threats to kill the victim. The subject was taken into custody and booked into the Spokane County Jail on the felony assault. • Vehicle prowl suspected — At 12:35 p.m. Oct. 7, LLPD was dispatched to the 1800 block of North Cavalier Road for a possible vehicle prowl. The complainant reported that during the prior evening someone possibly entered her unlocked vehicle that was parked in the driveway. Nothing was missing from the vehicle. • Reported stolen — At 11:15 a.m. Oct. 7, LLPD was dispatched to the 600 block of North Homestead for a stolen vehicle report. The complainant stated his vehicle was taken from his garage sometime overnight. During the prior evening, officers located an abandoned vehicle that was involved in a crash at Country Vista and Molter Road. No one was around the vehicle, and the vehicle was impounded by law enforcement. After further questioning and investigation, the complainant admitted his car was not stolen and that he was the one who crashed the car the prior evening. • DWLS — LLPD officers made three arrests for driving with a suspended license during the reporting period, including: - A 40-year-old Spokane man at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 4 at Country Vista Drive and Hawkstone Loop; - A 32-year-old Liberty Lake man at 2:30 p.m. Oct. 5 at Appleway and Liberty Lake Road; - A 51-year-old Lake Stevens, Wash., man at 9:20 p.m. Oct. 6 at Harvard Road and Interstate 90.

See POLICE, page 13

Endless Pasta with Choice of Marinara or Alfredo Sauce $9.99 Prizes & Fun!

$16.99 for 8oz. & $19.99 for 12oz. Open at 9:00 for breakfast — Watch the Pac12 on our 230” HD TV $4 Bloody Marys, Open at 9:00 for breakfast — Fantasy Football JOIN OUR VIP REWARDS CLUB!

Text “LEGENDS” to

MORE THAN JUST A SPORTS BAR www.truelegendsgrill.com

Business financing that’s just what you need. Save with rates as low as

3.75

% APR1

Liberty Lake 21601 Country Vista Dr. 509-892-1357

BankWithSterling.com 1 Subject to credit approval. Advertised rate and origination fee waiver offered on one-year, secured business line of credit up to $250,000. Rates valid as of 9/1/12 and subject to change without notice. Origination fee waiver promotion valid 9/10/12 through 11/16/12 and subject to end without notice. Rate and origination fee offers require that business line of credit payments are automatically deducted from a Sterling Business checking account.

No Inconvenient Transforming Your Home From Demolition.

Mundane to Modern

8 • Oct. 11, 2012

Granite Transformations is a leader in cost-effective home remodeling solutions. Our granite counter-tops offer a high end, low cost solution to kitchen and bathroom remodeling adding a splash of character to any room in your home. Our Transforming Your Home From look clean & classy, so when countertops you remodel your home you can expect the value of your home to increase. We offer countertops made from high end materials such as granite, stone, glass & mosaic backsplashes that are sure to wow Done In A Day. your guests. Our deep line of products come in many colors and patterns so findinghome an ideal match for your home is Granite Transformations is a leader in cost-effective easily achievable. Let one of our Design remodeling solutions. Our granite counter-tops offer a high end, low cost solution to kitchen and bathroomconsultants remodeling sit down and WOW you today!

Transforming Your Home From rming Your Home From

Mundane to Modern dane to Modern Mundane to Modern Beautiful For Life.

Lifetime Warranty

The Splash

“ IT’S

THE LAW ”

Extremely

Durable and

Amazingly Easy To Install

• Durable, Lasting Beauty Done In A Day.

adding a splash of character to any room in your home. Our countertops look clean & classy, so when you remodel your • Installs In About A Day • Durable, Lasting Beauty home you can expect the value of your home to increase. • Installs In About A Day We offer countertops made from high end materials such • Heat, Scratch & Stain Resistant DESIGN CONSULTATION as granite, stone, glass & mosaic backsplashes that are • Non-Staining, Non-Porous• Heat, Scratch and sure to wow your guests. Our deep line of products come EXPIRES 5/15/2012 Askfor our design consultant for details. in many colors and patterns so finding an ideal match Granite a leader in Stain Resistant • FitsTransformations Over ExistingisCountertops your home is easily achievable. Let one of our Design cost-effective home remodeling solutions. • Non-Staining, consultants sit down and WOW you today! Our granite counter-tops offer a high • No Demolition end, low cost solution to kitchen and Non-Porous bathroom remodeling adding a splash of Fits Over Existing to any room in your home.•Our SINK WITH character FULL KITCHEN REMODEL countertops look clean & classy, so when EXPIRES 5/15/2012 Countertops DESIGN CONSULTATION Lifetime you remodel home you can expect Cannot be combined with your any other offer. EXPIRES 11/30/2012 the value of your home to increase. We Ask our design consultant for details. Warranty • No Demolition Granite Transformations is a leader in offer countertops made from high end Ask our design consultant for details. cost-effective home remodeling solutions. materials such as granite, stone, glass & Our granite counter-tops offer a high mosaic backsplashes that are sure to wow end, low cost solution to kitchen and your guests. Our deep line of products See for yourself! bathroom remodeling adding a splash of Durable and character to any room in your home. Our come in many colors and patterns so countertops look clean & classy, so when finding an ideal match for your home is STAINLESS STEEL SINK toll free 888-279-2402 Lifetime you remodel your home you can expect easily achievable. Let one of our Design WITH FULL REMODELWarranty the value of your home KITCHEN to increase. We consultants sit down and WOW you today! Easy To Install

Beautiful for Life.

FREE IN-HOME No Inconvenient Demolition.

Done In A Day.

Beautiful for Life.

FREE STAINLESS STEEL Extremely Durable and Amazingly Easy To Install. No Inconvenient Demolition.

No FREE Inconvenient IN-HOME Demolition.

Done In A Day. FREE A Day. Beautiful for Life. 2344459-0523

Extremely 509-931-1115 Amazingly

forNo Life. Inconvenient Extremely

offer countertops EXPIRES made from11/30/2012 high end 1014 N. Pines Rd. #102 • Spokane Valley, WA 99206 materials suchbe as combined granite, stone, glass Cannot with any& other offer. mosaic Ask backsplashes thatconsultant are sure to wow our design for details. your guests. Our deep line of products Durable and come in many colors and patterns so DESIGN CONSULTATION finding an ideal match for your home is EXPIRES 5/15/2012 easily achievable. Let one of our Design Ask our design consultant for details. consultants sit down and WOW you today! Easy To Install

FREE IN-HOME

venient Demolition. Amazingly Granite Transformations is a leader in olition. cost-effective home remodeling solutions.

©2010 Granite Transformations. Some restrictions may apply. • Durable, Lasting Beauty Please see store for complete details.

• Installs In About A Day • Heat, Scratch and Stain Resistant • Non-Staining, Non-Porous • Fits Over Existing Countertops • No Demolition

In WASHINGTON Click or Call Two Business Days Before You Plan To Dig

www.CallBeforeYouDig.org

1-800-424-5555 or dial 811 Inland Empire Utility Coordinating Council www.ieucc811.org

SATURDAY-ONLY SPECIALS! Any Oil Change % OFF mechanical and Multipoint 2344459-0523

• Durable, Lasting Beauty is a leader in FREE STAINLESS STEEL Our granite counter-tops offer a high FREE IN-HOME • Installs In About A Day SINK WITH FULL KITCHEN REMODEL modeling solutions. end, low cost solution to kitchen and DESIGN CONSULTATION EXPIRES 5/15/2012 • Heat, Scratch and EXPIRES 5/15/2012 Cannot be combined with any other offer. s offerbathroom a Ask high remodeling adding splash of our design consultant for details. StainaResistant Ask our design consultant for details. o kitchen and to any room in your character home. Our • Non-Staining, dding countertops a splash of look clean & classy, so when Non-Porous See for yourself! FREE STAINLESS STEEL n your home. Our Lifetime • Fits Over Existing you remodel your home you can expect SINK WITH FULL KITCHEN REMODEL 509-931-1115 EXPIRES & classy, so when CountertopsWe toll free 888-279-2402 the value of5/15/2012 your home to increase. Warranty Cannot be combined with any other offer. Askexpect our design consultant for details. • No Demolition you can offer countertops madeLifetime from high end 1014 N. Pines Rd. #102 • Spokane Valley, WA 99206 o increase. We such as granite, Warranty materials stone, glass & See for yourself! from high endbacksplashes that are sure to wow mosaic e, stone, glass & Our deep line 509-931-1115 your guests. of free products toll 888-279-2402 Plus tax and shop supplies. Up to 5 qts. hat arecome sure to wow colors and patterns Durable and in many so of oil. Additional charge will apply for 1014 N. Pines Rd. #102 • Spokane Valley, WA 99206 ne of fiproducts nding an ideal match for your home is diesel engines and synthetic oils. Durable d patterns easilyso achievable. Let one of ourand Design or yourconsultants home is sit down and WOW you today! Easy To Install ne of our Design Full services from 8 AM to 4 PM To Install • Durable, Lasting Beauty d WOW*Must you mention today!this Easy ad. Exp. 11/15/12.

10

Inspection on Saturdays* Extremely

2344459-0523

Extremely

©2010 Granite Transformations. Some restrictions may apply. Please see store for complete details.

Amazingly

©2010 Granite Transformations. Some restrictions may apply. Please see store for complete details.

Amazingly

FREE IN-HOME • Installs In About A Day • Durable, Lasting Beauty DESIGN CONSULTATION HOME • Installs In About A Day• Heat, Scratch and EXPIRES 5/15/2012

NSULTATION Ask our design consultant for details. • Heat, Scratch and

5/2012 tant for details.

Stain Resistant • Non-Staining, FREE STAINLESS STEEL SINK WITH FULL KITCHEN REMODEL Non-Porous ESS STEEL EXPIRES 5/15/2012 • Fits with Over Existing Cannot be combined any other offer. CHEN REMODEL Ask our design consultant for details. 5/2012 Countertops h any other offer. tant for details. • No Demolition

Stain Resistant • Non-Staining, Non-Porous 21502 E. George Gee Ave. • Fits Over Existing Liberty Lake, WA Countertops • No Demolition

509.927.1000

repair on Saturdays*

Most makes and models, labor cost only.

The Splash

Oct. 11, 2012 • 9

news

Mayor preps 2013 budget LLPD upgrades DV response By Josh Johnson

Splash Staff Writer

Expressing an increased emphasis on tying the city’s budgeted expenses to its priorities, Mayor Steve Peterson will present his 2013 budget to the Liberty Lake City Council Tuesday. “We want the budget to reflect the community’s priorities,” City Administrator Katy Allen said, adding that an August City Council was one important step in defining these initiatives. Peterson summarizes his overarching mission for the city as creating a “safe, clean, green” community. Among the highlights residents can anticipate in Tuesday’s proposal: • Police department upgrades: Liberty Lake Police Chief Brian Asmus said his department’s budget request will include a new officer, two new police cars and a portable radar reader. The new officer position would be the city’s first in six years, during which time the city has grown by 1,000 residents, he said. • Library technology: Library Director Pamela Mogen said her budget request will reflect one of the library’s priorities of increasing its service as a technology cen-

ter. Media lab software and two new iPads to be integrated as stations into the children’s department are among the anticipated requests. • Capital facilities projects: Allen said that while many of the city’s capital priorities depend upon the ability of associated grant funding to come through, items like a pedestrian trail along Sprague Avenue between Liberty Lake Road and Molter, a glass wall partitioning off the children’s portion of the library, development of Town Square Park on the city’s 6.4-acre lot at Appleway and Signal, a roundabout at Harvard Road and Mission, and work with the Central Valley School District on developing a vacant lot next to Liberty Lake Elementary School are among anticipated 2013 projects. • “Clean and green”: Allen said the city will look at doubling its seasonal parks and open space “boots on the ground” staff from seven to 14. • Utility taxes dedicated: Peterson said he anticipates defining a dedicated use for the city’s utility taxes for street maintenance projects. The public is invited to attend the budget presentation at 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall, 22710 E. Country Vista Drive.

CarverFarms.com

Hours: daily 9am-5pm • Cash or check only

509-226-3602

1/2 mile north of Trent at 9105 N. Idaho Rd. (Newman Lake area)

As a third party listened in over the phone to the physical fight between a Liberty Lake man and woman on Friday, the line went dead. The disconnect came about the time the man was heard talking about “finishing this now.” Police Chief Brian Asmus was the first officer to respond to the scene, and he arrested the man for felony assault. He said the injuries to the woman and evidence through the investigation showed the man allegedly attempted to both gouge out the eye of the woman with his thumb and set her on fire. While the man arrested has been on the police’s radar before, domestic violence incidents in the community are far from isolated to a known address or two, Asmus said. Incidents both physical and verbal have taken an increasing amount of the department’s time, one reason the LLPD has stepped up community awareness of the issue with the second annual Community Domestic Violence Symposium, scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District’s administration building, 22510 E. Mission Ave. (For more on this event, see

the guest column by Asmus on page 16.) The department also recently completed training with its officers in the Lethality Assessment Program. The program is being coordinated with other local law enforcement bodies and the YWCA, which offers a round-the-clock hotline and other domestic violence services, including a local shelter. “The goal is to get victims to resources faster,” Asmus said, explaining that the intent is to get a victim on the phone with an advocate before an officer ever leaves the scene of a domestic violence incident, if the victim is willing. “What typically happens is the bad guy goes to jail, a protection order is issued, but before you know it (the couple is) making up and saying, ‘Oh, it will never happen again.’” The new regional resource and assessment program are intended to keep this cycle from continuing, often with worsening outcomes for the victim, Asmus said. Annual domestic violence calls were up 17 percent in Liberty Lake from 2008 to 2011, while domestic violence assaults rose 55 percent during the same timeframe, according to LLPD data.

special: full body plus breast imaging for $375

Autumn family fun on the farm

FREE hayrides (weather permitting) & popcorn maze

Tacos Fiesta Brava serving authentic Mexican food on Saturdays & Sundays

Splash Staff Writer

oCtobeR is bReAst CANCeR AWAReNess MoNtH

www.

11am-4pm weekends only, Oct. 6 - Oct. 21 U-Pick: popcorn, gourds, mini and large pumpkins & corn stalks Also available: caramel apples, caramel corn, popcorn, apples and winter squash

By Josh Johnson

Reg. $425. Mention you saw this ad in the splash.

Don’t Wait Til It’s Too Late! RegistRation ends FRiday, octobeR 19 Basketball League: K-6th Cheerleading: K-8th

Register online at: www.svnc.org (509)362-6078 Every Child Is A Winner!

empire digital imaging provides tHeRMoGRApHy for the inland Northwest.

thermography is fdA approved as an adjunct or alternative to mammography for early detection for breast cancer.

Thermography is safe, radiation-free, painless and affordable, and it is useful in the evaluation of: • back pain • Arthritis • Whiplash • fibromyalgia • Nerve damage • Referred pain • And much more

CALL foR AN AppoiNtMeNt oR book oNLiNe todAy!

Exit 299 Exit 296 APPLEWAY Liberty Lake Rd

Molter Rd

Idaho Rd

509-218-7842 2207 North Molter Rd • Liberty Lake, WA 99019 • www.empiredigitalimaging.com

Breakfast & Lunch aLL day Open 6 a.m. tO 3 p.m. 7 days a week

Pot Roast is Back, Every Wednesday!

Corner of meadowwood Lane & mission in Liberty Lake 509-924-1446

Beer, wine & Liquor served Fireplace dining in the winter

cover story

10 • Oct. 11, 2012

New recycling options, schedule landing in LL Cart distribution to single family homes is currently in progress By Jim Ryan Splash Contributor

Splash photos by Josh Johnson

Gabriel Lucich with Waste Recycling Services Inc. of Fort Worth, Texas, tracks his inventory while delivering a new 96-gallon recycling cart to a residence on Alpine Drive in Liberty Lake. Lucich said the company will be in the area for a few weeks as it was contracted to distribute the bins to unincorporated Waste Management customers. The new carts are equipped with guidelines sharing the proper items either to recycle or throw in the trash. City residents should receive the carts beginning Monday.

Liberty Lake residents will have a new destination for their junk mail this month, not to mention items like cereal boxes and mixed plastics that have long been treated as trash. This week, the community is in the midst of a transition to a new Waste Management recycling program that doesn’t just expand recyclables, but supersizes the blue container those recyclables are deposited into. Representatives of Waste Recycling Services Inc. began distributing new 96-gallon carts to single-family homes in unincorporated Liberty Lake (those living south of Sprague Avenue) on Monday, and Waste Management will follow suit beginning next Monday for city residents. The carts replace the present 18-gallon blue bins and are intended to be a one-stop container for all the family’s recyclable materials. As a rule of thumb, once the carts are delivered the first pick-up will occur two weeks later. With the new cart delivery, there will be either a green or yellow plastic bag attached that will contain an introductory letter and a recycling guide with the basic information explaining the program. Waste Management District Manager Marco Gonzalez said it is vital that each household retain the guide and the attached calendar because it highlights the collection weeks. The southern portion of Liberty Lake’s recycling will be picked up on one Monday, while the northern part will be picked up the following Monday. Typical garbage collection will continue to be picked up on a weekly basis. At the present time, the program is designed for only single family homes and does not include apartment complexes or local businesses. Ken Gimpel, Waste Management Municipal Relations Manager for Eastern Washington/ Idaho, explained that the basic change for the program is that residents will go from their 18-gallon bins collected weekly with only limited recyclable materials to the larger container collected every other week, which will take a myriad of recyclable products, including clean paper and cardboard,

The Splash

“Our customers were asking more of us, and the SMART facility and the larger carts are the solution.” — Marco Gonzalez

At a Glance ‘Goodbye bins, hello carts’ 96-gallon carts are currently being delivered to single family homes in Liberty Lake to replace the 18-gallon blue bins. The carts will be picked up every other week. South Liberty Lake (basically county residents) are receiving bins this week, while the northern part of Liberty Lake (city residents) is scheduled to begin receiving carts on Monday. Newly acceptable Among the items that weren’t accepted in the old bins but can be deposited in the new carts: Junk mail and office paper; cereal and other food boxes; expansion of mixed plastics; clean metal and foil; and much more. For more Check out the information delivered with your new cart, or visit www.wmnorthwest. com. glass bottles and jars, metal and foil and plastic containers. He emphasized customers must be cautious not to place their regular garbage in the new recycle carts, as that could contaminate the entire load once the truck reaches the recycling center. Gimpel said the most convenient aspect of the new program is that all the recyclables will be able to be comingled in the carts. He explained that a person will be able to throw away a cereal box, glass or plastic orange juice container and last year’s phone book at the same time without separating them or securing them in individual plastic bags. Indeed, plastic trash bags are discouraged for use in the recycling carts as they could clog the separating equipment at the new Spokane Material and Recycling Technol-

ogy (SMART) Center. The $20 million center, which is located next to the Waste to Energy plant on the West Plains, opened last month. Although the new carts will allow for the combining of a multitude of recyclable products, the new technology in place at the SMART Center has the ability to sort each item as it speeds along on a conveyor belt. Gonzalez said that the change is ultimately in response to years of customer comments as to why Waste Management wasn’t accepting materials that have been typically considered recyclable. “Our customers were asking more of us, and the SMART facility and the larger carts are the solution,” Gonzalez said. “And the change of going from a weekly collection to every other week is part of our efforts to control the cost of such a large conversion without raising the rates for our customers.” Collection of both garbage and recycling is one set rate for Waste Management’s customers, depending on the size of their trash container, and right now there are no plans to raise rates to those single family customers utilizing the new program. Gimpel said Liberty Lake customers will also be seeing new Waste Management trucks picking up the carts. The company recently purchased 18 new trucks that will run on natural gas instead of diesel. He explained the older trucks with diesel engines have a fuel cost of a little more than $4 per gallon. Running the new trucks will cut that cost to about $1.69 per gallon. The new vehicles will not be able to handle the phased-out, 18-gallon bins, Gimpel said, as they are designed to top-load the new carts, and the drivers will not be able to dump the smaller bins into the trucks. When the new carts are delivered, customers have the option of keeping the smaller blue bins for storage or anything they wish, excluding recyclables, or setting them out alongside the new carts and Waste Management will take them away to be recycled, he said.

The Splash

Oct. 11, 2012 • 11

At the Liberty Lake PORTAL WWW.LLIP.NET

IT-LIFELINE Reaching Around the Country

IT-Lifeline is in the business of ensuring their customers can continue to do business when disaster strikes. As the leading provider of enterprise class data vaulting and recovery services, this cutting edge company literally provides a lifeline to customers who depend on IT-Lifeline to meet recovery times and provide minimum data loss. Because IT-Lifeline customers operate in the heavily regulated industries of healthcare and financial services, security is paramount. “I don’t think there is another facility in this region that even comes close to the technology IT Lifeline employees conduct regular test that is in the Libscenarios to ensure data security and acceserty Lake Portal,” sibility for customers. said Vice President Brandon Tanner. “This enables us to ensure our business is always available and ready, so that if a customer can’t use their own space, they can come and “I don’t think there is set up in ours.” another facility in this As IT-Lifeline expands their customer base throughout the region that even comes United States, they are continu- close to the technology ally demonstrating their complithat is in the Liberty ance with security regulations Lake Portal.” specific to their industry. “We - Brandon Tanner go through extensive audits,” V.P. Sales & Marketing Tanner explained. “This allows IT-LIfeline our customers to know the service we provide is secure as or more secure than if they were to handle it on their own.” With the introduction of BlackCloud, a secure private cloud solution, Tanner pointed out that “IT-Lifeline is rapidly gaining

national attention and adding customers across the country.” In addition to their many regional customers, their services are being utilized by companies in Colorado, California, and Maryland with many more states to come. “The telecommunications infrastructure in the Portal competes with datacenters you’d find in Seattle, Denver, or the San Francisco bay area” enabling IT-Lifeline to provide customers nationwide with security, redundancy, and uninterrupted business operation come flood, fire, earthquake, or worse.

NORTHWEST TAILORING Marks Second Anniversary at The Liberty Lake PORTAL

If your favorite jacket needs to be relined, your new slacks need to be hemmed, or your daughter’s dress needs to be altered, then you need to visit Northwest Tailoring in the Liberty Lake Portal. For the past two years, Irina Khadzhi has provided professional tailoring and alteration services to the Liberty Lake community. Her large shop in the Portal houses cutting tables, industrial sewing machines, and racks of clothing trusted to her by her numerous clients throughout the area. With a love of sewing, and many years of experience in the alterations business, Irina enjoys delighting her customers. She also Irina Khadzhi enjoys the flexibility and really enjoys having her the variety that comes with owning her business in Liberty Lake. own tailoring business. “It’s my home,” Irina said. Of the Liberty Lake Portal, Irina mentioned, “I love this building, It is close to my home, and just down the street from Liberty Lake Elementary.” Irina is the mother of four, and she enjoys the flexibility of operating her own business.

Start your story here at The Portal. Contact Steven Daines at 509.343.0103 for leasing information. Paid Advertisement

The Splash

Title Sponsor

Partner Sponsors

Northern Quest Casino – Taste of the Valley Radiance Electric – The Toy Maker Fred Meyer – Pancake Breakfast American Family Insurance – The Toy Maker Wholesale Sports – Fishing at the Falls Best Buy – Outdoor Movie The Bike Hub – Valleyfest Centennial Trail Ride YMCA – Valleyfest 5K/10K Run

Valley Hospital Rockwood Health System – Meadow Festival Stage

Main Supporting Sponsors

City of Spokane Valley Numerica Credit Union – Balloons over Valleyfest AppleWay Chevrolet – Taste of the Valley AppleWay Mitsubishi Participating Sponsors

Sponsors in Motion

Gold – Valley OB-GYN Silver – Horizon Credit Union Natalie Bee Photography Just Between Friends Chiropractic Works Wellness Center KiDDS Dental Sweet Repeat

Spokane International Airport Century Link Julia’s Jungle – AKC Responsible Dog Ownership Day Spokane Valley Partners The Spokesman-Review Washington State Arts Commission

Wonderful Volunteers Pat Schaffer, Rob Peck, Gail Bongiovanni, Kathy Hansen, Stephanie Hughes, Chris Jundt,

Mary Farley, Jacquie Witham, Marcia Asmussen, Dee Dee Loberg, Deb Hohn, Brad Hohn, Darren Hohn, Val Workman, Andrea Berndt, Rick Larned, Rick Lloyd, Abbie Davis, Vivian Shammel, Christie Zacherle, Kathleen Sessions – Miss Spokane Valley Outstanding Teen, Duane Murphy, Libby Moore, Explorer Scouts, Craig Heimbigner, Lori Latiolais, Denise Brooks, Mary Lou Peck, Erica Young, Katie Ferris, Deb Nichols, Brian Rolshnen, Jeanette Radmer, Larry Davis, Kathryn Rosenbaum

Thank you Valleyfest Volunteers Parade

Kathy Hansen, Chair

Balloons over Valleyfest Stephanie Hughes, Chair

CenterPlace Activities/ Outdoor Stage Carol Carter, Chair

Pancake Breakfast

Jennifer Papich, Chair

Taste of the Valley

Vivian Shammel, Chair

Art Fun

Samantha Gregory/Jenny Witt, Chairs CCS parent and student volunteers

Booths

Deb Hohn, Chair

Food

Val Workman, Chair

Astronomy

Debbie Cotton, Chair The Spokane Astronomical Society

Family Zone & Stage Dee Dee Loberg, Chair

Meadow Stage

Andrea Berndt Stephanie Berndt

Fishing at the Falls Wholesale Sports Jeff Friesen John Norisada

Movie by Best Buy Joanie Stoddard

Sunday Activities Valleyfest 5K/10K

Wendy Jackson, Chair

Valleyfest Trail Ride

Chris & Nichole Andreasen, Chairs

509-714-9851

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 9am-5pm

Serving Liberty Lake since 1985 Residential and Office Cleaning Licensed and Insured Hourly Rates

Jacquie Witham, Chair

Volunteer Committee Marcia Asmussen, Chair

Office

Peggy Doering, Executive Director Pat Leu, Administrative Assistant

PR

Denise Pauling – Unlimited Marketing & Design Allyson Shoshona – Design Spike Stephanie Hughes – Website

Special Thanks to:

Jim DeStefano, Evergreen Middle School, Horizon Middle School, North Pines Middle School, Department of Corrections, Boy Scouts of America – Grizzly District, City of Spokane Valley Police Department, SCOPE, Spokane Valley Fire Department, and the many community members and the local media for their generosity and support.

Sincerely,

Comedy Cup

Valleyfest Board of Directors Chris Jundt, Board President

Scott Kirkingburg, Chair

15114 E Sprague Ave.

Responsible Dog Ownership Day

Car Show

Nathan Wendt, Chair Lowcos Car Club

UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP $12 Men's cuts $10 Senior & Military cuts Boy's cuts, ages 1-5: $5, ages 6-11: $1 per year

Babyfest Sponsors

Supporting Sponsors

American Medical Response Anderson & Peretti Appleway Florist Bill Burke Marketing Central Valley School District Children's Dental Village Current/Liberty Lake Splash Dr. Rudy, DDS Friendly Computers Great Clips Greenacres Liquor Store Grins & Giggles GI Joe Security Ink to Media KidSmile Dental Kodiak Security KPS Management Mild to Wild Molly Gunsaulis, DDS New Life Assembly Church Paradise Pet Salon Pinecroft Business Center PODS Prior's Chevron Auto Care Recess Time SCOPE Volunteers Senske Spokesman Review Spokane Regional Health District Spokane Regional Solid Waste Spokane Valley Fire Department Spokane Valley Mall Spokane Valley Parks & Recreation Spokane Valley Police Department Spokane Valley News Herald STA Valley Physical Therapy Valleyfest Foundation Vera Water & Power

Your old-fashioned, classic barbershop

Avista Yokes DaBell Orthodontics Purcell Systems

Inland Empire Paper Company Waste Management – Family Stage Sterling Bank – CenterPlace Patio Stage

Festival Supporters

BaRBER ’S

OP SH

Thank you to everyone who helped make Valleyfest a success!

BREtt

12 • Oct. 11, 2012

ANDREAN ACCOUNTING

solving financial puzzles every day

We’ve Moved! Stop by our

Open House 10/11/12 from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. for wine and hors d’oeuvres

Babyfest

Julie Sheldon/Tine Reese, Chairs Inland NW Baby Bloom

Step UP for Down Syndrome Susan Villelli, Chair

The Copper Top Building

2310 N. Molter Rd., Suite 205 Liberty Lake

509 928-8500 www.andreanaccounting.com

The Splash

Oct. 11, 2012 • 13

news/community

JOIN US FOR THE SECOND SEMINAR IN OUR

News Briefs City calls special meeting

The creation of a safe walkway on Valleyway Road was among the transportation improvements that earned the nod as this year’s “best of the best” in city and county projects. Liberty Lake joined the cities of Maple Valley and Castle Rock, along with

Chelan County, as being recognized as 2012 Award of Excellence winners. The awards were announced recently by the Washington State Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration. “The real winners here are the communities and people who benefit from these transportation improvements,” said Kathleen Davis, WSDOT Highways and Local Programs director. The projects were evaluated based on safety enhancements, construction, innovative design, environmental sustainability and community involvement. Liberty Lake was given the “Best Special Project” award for the new elevated sidewalk for safe pedestrian travel. The city will be presented with the award today at the American Public Works Association conference in Spokane.

POLICE

Vehicle prowl Welfare check

Continued from page 7

Citations

Calls for service

License and plates required 3 License reg signature/carried 1 DWLS 3 Liability insurance 3 Defective tail light 1 Prohibited turn 1 Speeding 5 DUI 1 Negligent driving ,2nd degree 1 Use of cell phone 1 Failure to wear seat belt 1

A public workshop regarding Tax Increment Financing (TIF) and Local Infrastructure Financing Tool (LIFT) measures available to the city of Liberty Lake will be held at 7 p.m. Oct. 18 at City Hall, 22710 E. Country Vista Drive. The special meeting was called by Mayor Steve Peterson. The city has the capability to use the TIF and LIFT economic development tools in the River District.

City receives award for Valleyway project

Agency assist 1 DUI 1 Lost or found property 2 Suspicion 1 Suspicious person/circumstance 1 Theft 1 Threatening 1 Traffic accident 2 Traffic offense 3

1 2

Splash Travels

FALL-WINTER SEMINAR SERIES

Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement for Women Tuesday, Oct. 16 • 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Presented by Dr. Susan Ashley

Call 924-6199 to reserve your seat at this free informative seminar.

Dr Susan Ashley Medical Director Also specializing in BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONES THYROID AND ADRENAL FATIGUE ANTI-AGING MEDICINE

Introducing our Metabolic Boosting Protocol 4 week program includes: 4 lipotropic injections (metabolism boosters), body composition analysis, program enhancing supplement and diet tips

$159 for program

Liquid Smile tooth whitening pen Special price: $79 or 2 for $145 Regular price: $129

HEALTHY LIVING LIBERTY LAKE 2207 N. Molter Road Suite 203A Liberty Lake 99019

924-6199 Medically supervised weight loss, with more options to help you lose weight than any other weight-loss center in the northwest!

FamilyMedicineLibertyLake.com

Low rates, Low prices, big Views Come on UP ... don’t miss oUt You need to live somewhere ... it should be here! Homes starting at $175K at the Top of Legacy Ridge Available Now ... 123 S. Legacy Ridge Dr. $253K

3 Bed, 2 Bath, fireplace, granite, 3 cars, views

Site Agents: Karen O’Donnell 509-217-0091 Submitted photos

Arvid Ellendersen and Ann Colbert-Sanders recently travelled to Norway. The engaged couple brought The Splash along for a hike to the top of Pulpit Rock (“Preikestolen”). Ellendersen said Lonely Planet ranks the site as having the No. 1 view in the world.

• View Lots • Gate

d Security e

• Valu

Visit our Model Home at 15 S. Legacy Ridge Drive Open Daily 12-5

Doc Williams 509-991-2030 TOMLINSON ASSOCIATED BROKERS

w w w. c o p p e r b a s i n . c o m

The Splash

14 • Oct. 11, 2012

profiles

ACCOUNTING Continued from page 2

to those classes in high school; I didn’t do so well. So I went back to my career goal I had in seventh grade, and that was working with numbers.� After graduating from college, she sat for her CPA exam but failed it. Instead of taking the advice of some of her friends to retake it again, she decided to reassess her goals. “I have always been someone who has done very well on tests, so that was a pivotal moment in my life where I thought that maybe I should step back and reevaluate my career path,� she said. “So I went you accounting want competitive intoIfprivate work for a private If you want competitive corporation in downtown Seattle. I got a insurance quotes really wonderful job with a seven-and-ainsurance quotes half hour work day and great benefits. I was a single mom at that time, and it was a much better deal for me.� After 20 years, she lost her job in 2008, and Mann began considering what she wanted to do for the next segment of her life. She said she had always loved doing taxes. In fact, before going into the corporate world, she spent some time doIf you want to simplify your insurance...

ing taxes for “mom and pop� businesses in the Seattle area and even worked for H&R Block while still in college. “Twenty years of running the rat-race just wasn’t that fulfilling,� she said. “You know, money is money and it’s great, but what’s the point of having a lot of money if you aren’t fulfilled? So I decided to start my own business.� As luck or fate would have it, she knew someone in Spokane who needed some help. Plus, she had some family in the Spokane area, so she decided to take the leap and open an office in Liberty Lake. When she described the spectrum of her clients, Mann gestured that she gets “that proverbial shoe box of yearly receipts,� which she goes through, puts into a financial statement and ultimately into a tax return. Her office also does payroll for businesses and customizes the bookkeeping for each individual client. “One thing I’ve found is that every client is different,� she said. “What they do as a business is different; their needs are different.� Andrean Accounting does all aspects of bookkeeping, which includes: invoices, receiving payments, payroll, quarterly tax returns for payroll taxes, as well as state sales and B&O taxes for both Washington and Idaho. Her office also does accounting analysis work, which helps companies understand if they are profitable. It also helps them make decisions about buying an-

Call MetLife Auto & HomeŽ. s3UPERIOR0RODUCTS Call MetLife Auto & HomeŽ. s3UPERB3ERVICE Look no further than GrandProtect : the simple way to protect all s3UPERIOR0RODUCTS your major possessions — first and second homes, autos, boats, RVs s3OUND!DVICE s3UPERB3ERVICE and more. One policy package, one bill, on deductible, and one agent, alls3OUND!DVICE from one of the most trusted companies in the world. For more information about GrandProtect from MetLife Auto & Home , contact:

other business, the prospects of expanding or even shutting down. When talking about her profession, Mann’s face lights up. “I’m one of those sick people who really loves working with numbers,� she said. “I love puzzles, and I believe accounting is like a puzzle. When I’m working on a tax return, I’m taking bits and pieces of information from here and there, and when it’s done it looks great. It’s not as beautiful as a seascape; it’s just a tax return, but to me it’s a piece of art. When we are given a gift, and I believe my gift has to do with numbers and working with people, you get joy out of it.� She credits her natural sense of calmness with being able to make her clients feel more at ease and less stressed when they come into her office with that aforementioned shoebox of receipts and a looming IRS deadline. When she isn’t at her office, Mann donates a great deal of her time to programs in her adopted hometown of Liberty Lake. Mann has taught workshops for the SCORE program in the area. SCORE offers professionals with real-world experience to help small businesses succeed. Counselors are experts in such areas as accounting, finance, marketing, technology, management and business plan preparation. Because her own growing business has kept her so busy this past year, she was only able to teach a few classes, but she hopes to have the time to hold more workshops in the coming year.

Find us on Facebook!

ÂŽ

Look no further than GrandProtectŽ: the simple way to protect all your major possessions — first and second homes, autos, boats, RVs and more. One policy package, one bill, one deductible, and one agent, all from one of the most trusted companies in the world. For more information about GrandProtect from MetLife Auto & HomeŽ, contact: Ž Lisa Schaff, WA & ID Agent MetLife Auto & Home 23403 E Mission Ave, #106A , Liberty Lake, WA 99019 509 473-9694 or 866 774-6977 Call Today! www.LisaSchaff.metlife.com

Lisa Schaff, WA & ID Agent MetLife Auto & Home Lisa Schaff, WAAve, & ID#106A Agent 23403 E Mission MetLife Auto WA & Home Liberty Lake, 99019 23403 E Mission Ave, #106A 509 473-9694 or 866 774-6977 Liberty Lake, WA 99019 Call Today! 509 473-9694 or 866 774-6977 www.LisaSchaff.metlife.com Call Today! www.LisaSchaff.metlife.com

“I love working with SCORE,� she said. “Again, it’s an opportunity to mentor someone when they are in a desperate need to find solutions. When someone starts a business, there is so much they don’t know. I love working with SCORE because I really do think I have a gift to be able to teach people and to work with numbers.� When she teaches her workshops, it is usually on financial recordkeeping and cash flow. She explained that many new and established businesses don’t realize the true definition of cash flow. They are surprised to learn that just because they have a healthy volume of business coming in doesn’t mean they are making a profit. Her workshops help them realize the difference. Mann is also actively involved with Women Executives of Liberty Lake (WELL). She explained that when she first joined the group four years ago, about six local businesswomen would meet for lunch at Hay Jay’s and talk about their business and how they could help each other. As their numbers grew, the WELL members moved their meeting to the Liberty Lake Municipal Library and started inviting guest speakers to their meetings. The group of 25-30 women now meets monthly at the Liberty Lake Sewer & Water District administration building. She has been asked to give annual tax updates to the organization. Other presentations have been given by individuals on obtaining SBA loans, social networking and even how to fix a hairstyle to complement any business situation. Andrean Accounting can be reached at 928-8500 or email Mann at sandra@andreanaccounting.com.

, ,

• Asset Preservation & Disability Planning • Medicare and Medicaid • Guardianships & Trusts

Guarantees are subject to product terms, exclusions, and limitations and the insurer’s claims-paying ability and financial strength. MetLife Auto & Home is a brand of Metropolitan Property and Casualty Insurance Company and its affiliates: Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Company, Metropolitan Direct Property and Casualty Insurance Company, Metropolitan General Economy Fire & Casualty Company, Economy Preferred Insurance Company, Metropolitan Group Property and Casualty Insurance Company, and Metropolitan Lloyds Insurance Company of Texas, all with administrative home offices in Warwick, RI. Coverage, rates, and discounts are available in most states to those who qualify. See policy for restrictions. Š 2010 MetLife Auto & Home. ŠUFS L0210088860(exp0113)(All States) 1002-0544

Certified as Elder Law Attorneys by the National Elder Law Foundation

Guarantees are subject to product terms, exclusions and limitations and the insurer’s claims-paying ability and financial strength. MetLife Auto & Home is a brand of Metropolitan Property and Casualty Insurance Company and its affiliates: 'UARANTEESARESUBJECTTOPRODUCTTERMS EXCLUSIONSANDLIMITATIONSANDTHEINSURERSCLAIMS PAYINGABILITYANDlNANCIAL Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Company, Metropolitan Direct Property and Casualty Insurance Company, Metropolitan STRENGTH-ET,IFE!UTO(OMEISABRANDOF-ETROPOLITAN0ROPERTYAND#ASUALTY)NSURANCE#OMPANYANDITSAFlLIATES General Economy Fire & Casualty Company, Economy Preferred Insurance Company, Metropolitan Group Property and -ETROPOLITAN#ASUALTY)NSURANCE#OMPANY -ETROPOLITAN$IRECT0ROPERTYAND#ASUALTY)NSURANCE#OMPANY Casualty Insurance Company, and Metropolitan Lloyds Insurance Company of Texas, all with administrative home offices in 'UARANTEESARESUBJECTTOPRODUCTTERMS EXCLUSIONSANDLIMITATIONSANDTHEINSURERSCLAIMS PAYINGABILITYANDlNANCIAL -ETROPOLITAN'ENERAL)NSURANCE#OMPANY -ETROPOLITAN'ROUP0ROPERTYAND#ASUALTY)NSURANCE#OMPANY AND Warwick, RI. Coverage, rates, and discounts are available in most states to those who qualify. See policy for restrictions. STRENGTH-ET,IFE!UTO(OMEISABRANDOF-ETROPOLITAN0ROPERTYAND#ASUALTY)NSURANCE#OMPANYANDITSAFlLIATES -ETROPOLITAN,LOYDS)NSURANCE#OMPANYOF4EXAS ALLWITHADMINISTRATIVEHOMEOFlCESIN7ARWICK 2)#OVERAGE RATES Š2010 MetLife Auto & Home. ŠUFS L02 10088860(exp0113)(All States) 1002-0544 -ETROPOLITAN#ASUALTY)NSURANCE#OMPANY -ETROPOLITAN$IRECT0ROPERTYAND#ASUALTY)NSURANCE#OMPANY ANDDISCOUNTSAREAVAILABLEINMOSTSTATESTOTHOSEWHOQUALIFY3EEPOLICYFORRESTRICTIONS -ETROPOLITAN'ENERAL)NSURANCE#OMPANY -ETROPOLITAN'ROUP0ROPERTYAND#ASUALTY)NSURANCE#OMPANY AND ÂĽ-ET,IFE!UTO(OME 7ARWICK2)ÂĽ0.43,EXP !LL3TATES   -ETROPOLITAN,LOYDS)NSURANCE#OMPANYOF4EXAS ALLWITHADMINISTRATIVEHOMEOFlCESIN7ARWICK 2)#OVERAGE RATES ANDDISCOUNTSAREAVAILABLEINMOSTSTATESTOTHOSEWHOQUALIFY3EEPOLICYFORRESTRICTIONS ÂĽ-ET,IFE!UTO(OME 7ARWICK2)ÂĽ0.43,EXP !LL3TATES  

201 W. North River Drive, Suite 460 • Spokane, WA 99201-2262 • 325-7330

Thur 10/11, Liberty Lake Splash

SATUrdAy

10/13

vs. VANCOUVEr GIANTS

LEINENKUGEL HOCKtoberfest Join us at 4:00 before the Chiefs game for HOCKtoberfest and enter to win a weekend trip for two to Leavenworth. Sponsored by:

www.SPOKANECHIEFS.com

Game Time:

7 PM For Tickets Call 509.535.PUCK

sports Linemen come up big in Greasy Pig

The Splash

Oct. 11, 2012 • 15

Scoreboard Football 10/5 CV vs. University

47-14

W

3-1

W

Volleyball 10/2 CV vs. Gonzaga Prep

Boys Cross Country 10/6 CV at Richland Invite individual results Division 2 — 1. Holland (North Central) 16:32.74. 2. Kubik (NC) 16:40.68. 3. Strauss (Central Valley) 16:44.01. 8. Nicholls (CV) 17:04.06.

Girls Cross Country 10/6 CV at Richland Invite individual results Division 2 — 1. Clem (Pendleton) 19:47.91. 2. Adams (Deer Park) 20:38.56. 3. Kinzel (Ferris) 20:45.38. 6. Horton (Central Valley) 21:04.36.

Soccer 10/3 CV vs. Lewis and Clark

1-0

W

17-5 21-9 10-0 4-1

W W W W

Softball 10/1 10/2 10/4 10/4

CV vs. Shadle Park CV vs. Ferris CV vs. North Central CV vs. North Central

Community Golf 10/3 Trailhead Ladies 9 Hole Golf Club Flight A — gross, CC Marshall, 43; net, Bea Carroll, 33 Flight B — gross, Deanna Hauser, 53; net, Dee Elder, 40 Flight C — gross, Ann Parman, 54; net, Peg Nadvornick, 29 Birdies — Bea Carroll and CC Marshall on No. 5

Schedule OCTOBER 11 6:15 p.m. CV Football at Mead, Joe Albi Stadium OCTOBER 12 4 p.m. CV Soccer at Mead 7 p.m. CV Volleyball vs. Mead OCTOBER 16 7 p.m. CV Volleyball vs. Ferris OCTOBER 17 3:30 p.m. CV Boys and Girls Cross Country vs. Ferris, Lewis and Clark, Shadle Park at Comstock Park 6:30 p.m. CV Soccer vs. Mt. Spokane OCTOBER 18 6:15 p.m. CV Football vs. Shadle Park, Joe Albi Stadium

By Mike Vlahovich Splash Contributor

Used to laboring anonymously in football’s trenches, a pair of Central Valley linemen took their turn in the limelight during victory over University in the annual battle for the Greasy Pig. J.D. Boden, a 6-foot-5 junior two-way performer, had a highlight-reel moment when he batted a Titan screen pass attempt into the air and pulled down the interception late in the second quarter. He would later recover a fumble in the fourth quarter during the 47-14 romp, with all but six points coming in the second half. All week during practice, the coaches had warned the linemen to beware of UHi’s screens out of its spread offense, and they took it to heart. “I saw the quarterback and tipped the ball,” Boden said. Of the fumble recovery, “I was ready. I saw the pitch and nobody was there.” Fellow lineman, senior Nick Ramberg, picked off his pass deep in Titan territory midway through the third quarter, and in four plays CV scored for a 26-0 lead. “The defense played really solid,” Boden said. “They were overloading us on one side,” coach Rick Giampietri added. “We made a couple of adjustments, and our line took over again in the second half. They’ve been doing it for the last couple of weeks.”

‘Now it gets serious’ That’s what Giampietri said of his 5-1

Soccer standouts

Bears upon the conclusion of last week’s game. He was referring to CV’s end-of-season schedule. Two of their final three games come against other postseason aspirants. Tonight will shed light on their chances in a 6:15 p.m. game against preseason favorite Mead (5-1) at Albi Stadium.

Showdown at home Youth has played a big part in CV volleyball success this year. Sophomores Sasha Montgomery and Kara Nitteberg and 6-foot-1 junior Alaina Gentili have been major contributors. “It’s definitely been the passing of Montgomery and Nitteberg,” coach Chris Kosty said. “Gentili actually has been our leading hitting percentage.” Senior veteran Taylor Butters is CV’s overall kills leader. West Valley transfer Sequoia Lofton contributes as part of a relatively new look for a team that is in a similar position in the GSL as last year’s state qualifiers. “It’s hard to compare,” Kosty said. “Last year was just a completely different team with a different mentality. (This year) we have some good hitters. We’re just waiting for them to show their potential.” CV shares second place in the GSL but faces its sternest test at home Friday against unbeaten Mead. The Panthers won the 16-team championship bracket at last weekend’s annual Cross-Over Tournament which features the top teams in state. The Bears, second to West Valley-Yaki-

ma in their pool, reached the finals of the bracket for the 16 runner-up pool teams, placing 18th overall in the 64-team event.

Quick hits The fate of Central Valley’s soccer team will be decided over the final four matches of the season. The Bears share a 5-0 record with two other Greater Spokane League teams, although they currently stand third, a point behind, because of their shootout win over Lewis and Clark following scoreless regulation and overtimes. Wednesday, CV faced league coleader Gonzaga Prep. On Friday, CV plays ever-dangerous Mead and then next Wednesday holds a match against unbeaten Mt. Spokane. … Logan Giese finished sixth, timing 15:49.58 in Division I of the Richland Invitational Saturday. It was also a tune-up on the course that hosts the state qualifying regional Oct. 27. … Alexandria Moore was sixth and Skye Sanders 12th in the girls Division I race. … Slowpitch softball playoffs begin Monday with the championship Oct. 18.

SEND US YOUR SPORTS! Think your results belong on the scoreboard? If you’re from Liberty Lake and you play a sport, then they certainly do. Or maybe you have a team photo you’d like to pass along. Either way, The Splash wants submitted information from or about Liberty Lake residents. Email the information to editor@libertylakesplash.com.

Fisher contributing to WWCC success

Submitted photo

The GU11 United team, coached by Rik Robles, won its age group at the River City Challenge at Plantes Ferry Park on Aug. 25-26. Pictured, from left, back row is Emily Kaiser, Dori Ames, Haylie Greenwood, Taryn Baxter, Kaitlyn Harvey, Skylar Robles and Coach Robles. In the front row is Lily O’Neel, Sailor Watson, Audriana Alfaro, Haley Lance, Bailey Carter, Rachel Ewers and Brooklyn Worsham. (Liberty Lake residents in bold.)

Submitted photo

Liberty Lake resident Delaney Fisher, who starts as a freshman libero for the Walla Walla Community College volleyball team, has helped WWCC to a 20-5 record and a No. 2 ranking in the NWAACC. “What a great kid,” coach Tim Toon said. “Delaney has been a rock star for us this season. Her serve is really tough, she passes well and is fearless on defense. I expect Delaney’s role on this team to continue to increase.”

16 • Oct. 11, 2012

opinion Battling DV requires collaboration, education The Splash

IF YOU GO … By Brian Asmus Splash guest column

Submitted photo

Members of the cast of “Hit the Road, Jack” include, back row from left, Judy Black, Jean Simpson, Lono Hagmann, Dan DiCicco, Angela Waugh, Vickie Weaver and Stephen Holcomb; middle row, Ethan Hagmann, Allison Leyh, Kaylee Plumb and Michelle Hare; front row, co-directors Jennifer Ophardt and Kevin Kuecken.

Stellar cast makes LLCT’s latest worth ‘hitting the road’ to see By Josh Johnson

Splash Staff Review

Remember the 1980s game show, “Press Your Luck,” in which contestants would take a “spin” on a prize board and try to avoid a red-caped cartoon character known as the “Whammy”? It seemed a requirement that contestants would cry, “No Whammy! No Whammy! No Whammy!” over and over again before ending the spin with the drawn-out exclamation, “aaaaaannnnd STOP!” (Ethan Hagmann probably doesn’t remember that show, but more on that in a moment.)

About the Opinion Page The Splash opinion page is intended to be a community forum for discussing local issues. Please interact with us by sending a leer to the editor or Liberty Lake Voices guest column for consideraon. Leers to the editor of no more than 350 words or guest columns of about 700 words should be emailed to editor@libertylakesplash.com or mailed to P.O. Box 363, Liberty Lake, WA 99019. A full name and telephone number must be included for purposes of verificaon. A photo of the author must be taken or provided for all Liberty Lake Voices guest columns. The Splash reserves the right to edit or reject any submission. Business complaints or endorsements will not be accepted, and polical endorsement leers will only be accepted if they interact with issues of a campaign. Views expressed in signed columns or leers do not necessarily reflect the views of this newspaper or its staff. Editorials, which appear under the heading "Splash Editorial," represent the voice of The Splash and are wrien by Editor/Publisher Josh Johnson.

The point is that the Liberty Lake Community Theatre’s most recent production, “Hit the Road, Jack,” is like a prize-winning spin on “Press Your Luck.” This cast has no Whammies. Seriously. I attended a special press screening on Monday, and greeting me there were many of my favorite cast members from past LLCT productions. And the only two I hadn’t seen before — both LLCT first-timers — ended up being show-stealers themselves. All told, while “Hit the Road, Jack,” is in the upper echelon of my favorite LLCT performances to date, the top-tobottom quality of its cast was the best LLCT has fielded in the productions I’ve seen. The story itself is similar to a lot of LLCT scripts. It’s a lot of fun, there are plenty of laugh lines — and it’s not out to win you over with a substantial, lifealtering plot. Rather, the simple storyline follows the father-son team of Jack and Trevor Gunderson (played by Liberty Lake residents Lono Hagmann and Stephen Holcomb, respectively), owners of a driver education school with a questionable track record of producing top-flight students. As the future existence of the school is called into question, a next-door bank robbery turns the play into a bit of a whodunnit. Holcomb’s role binds the play together, and his comic touch compliments an impressive ability to play the worrying — yet easily distracted — role of Trevor. Hagmann is steady and reliable as Jack, who is indeed the steadier Gunderson

See LLCT, page 17

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and I thank The Splash for its recent article covering the issue of domestic violence in our community. Because domestic violence is so ugly, most people choose to look the other way. Your officers see the heartbreaking results of domestic violence almost daily. To have an impact on this issue, our attitude, as a community, must change. Domestic violence touches almost every family regardless of education, social status or income. Victims around us may be a relative, a classmate, a neighbor, sports teammate, a co-worker or someone in your church. While domestic abuse is under-reported (it is estimated that only one quarter of domestic violence assaults are ever reported), one-third of American women report being physically or sexually abused by their intimate partner. Perpetrators also come from all occupations and lifestyles, and 95 percent are men. Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women in the U.S. It is the leading cause of hospital emergency room visits by women. In our country, a woman is assaulted by her partner every 15 seconds. Every day, four women die as a result of domestic violence. Sadly, the silent victims are the children. More than half the female victims live in households with children under 12. A child’s exposure to parental violence causes emotional damage and increased risk of transmitting violent behavior from one generation to the next. Every day, three children die as a result of domestic violence. Between 1997-2010, 47 domestic violence fatalities occurred in Spokane County. Of cases of homicide against a female victim in Washington, half are committed by an intimate partner. As a community, we can stop the needless suffering by changing our attitude toward domestic violence. We all have a responsibility to teach our children that domestic violence is unacceptable. We must not turn our heads when we see signs of domestic violence. If you know a victim, discretely provide them with community resources that are available. The YWCA is the region’s resource for

Second annual Domestic Violence Symposium Presented by the Liberty Lake Police Department 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday LLSWD Building 22510 E. Mission Ave. Cost Free (RSVP to 755-1140 is requested as lunch is provided) About Learn more about the impact domestic violence has in the Liberty Lake area and the resources available for those who need help or are looking to provide help. Host Brian Asmus, chief of the Liberty Lake Police Department Speakers • Sarah Foley, community education and outreach advocate for the YWCA Alternatives to Domestic Violence program • Lou Thomson, emergency room nurse at Valley Hospital and Medical Center • Stormi Koerner, detective with the Spokane Police Department domestic violence programs. The YWCA supports and advocates for victims of domestic violence. The organization offers safe shelter for victims and children, legal representation and advocacy, assists with safety planning, and has a 24-hour help line: 326-CALL (326-2255). The Washington statewide domestic violence hotline is 1-800-562-6025, and the National domestic violence hotline is 1-800-799SAFE. The services are free and confidential. Your Liberty Lake police officers are well-trained in the area of responding to and investigating domestic violence calls for service, and they receive updated training on an annual basis. In addition, the department has a nationally certified domestic violence instructor that can provide training to law enforcement officers and the community. Most recently, your officers attended training on assessing domestic violence lethality. As this program develops, law enforcement will be working directly with victim advocates

See DV, page 17

The Splash

LLCT Continued from page 16

so the casting is a great fit. As an interesting aside, Holcomb shed a mustache and Hagmann grew one for the roles. According to a post-screening discussion with the cast, consensus seems to be that Holcomb needs to keep his off, while Hagmann has produced an impressive look. Alas, Hagmann is reportedly ready to shave the second the final curtain closes. Not growing a mustache for his part is sixth-grader Ethan Hagmann, Lono’s son, who turns in a distinguished performance as Mayor Mac McKendrick. Ethan, one of two student members of the cast and the youngest by a longshot, was good natured about working with the older crowd and reportedly helped Dad (and many other cast members) with his steel-trap memory of the script. The other student is Kaylee Plumb, a high school sophomore and LLCT newcomer. Plumb plays the sarcastic Flo Delaney perfectly and was one of the many bright standouts in the play. The other newcomer, local Stepping Stone teacher Allison Leyh, brings her outgoing personality onto the stage with impressive talent. It was hard to believe that “Hit the Road, Jack” was her first theatre production. She was talked into taking part

Oct. 11, 2012 • 17

Opinion IF YOU GO …

“Hit the Road, Jack” When: Saturday at 2 p.m.; Friday, Sunday and Oct. 1820 at 7 p.m. Where: The Kave, 4904 N. Harvard Road, Otis Orchards Admission: $8 adults, $5 ages 4-12 (3 and under free), tickets sold at the door Cast: Judy Black, Jean Simpson, Lono Hagmann, Dan DiCicco, Angela Waugh, Vickie Weaver, Stephen Holcomb, Ethan Hagmann, Allison Leyh, Kaylee Plumb and Michelle Hare Crew: Co-directors Jennifer Ophardt and Kevin Kuecken For more: www.libertylaketheatre.com by her boss, LLCT veteran and Stepping Stone Director Angela Waugh, whose sense of humor on and off screen are part of what make community theater so fun. Judy Black and Michelle Hare are repeat cast members who show a real ability to take on a role that doesn’t reflect their real-life personalities. Both of their roles call for a bit of flighty,

“blonde” banter, and they do a great job of making the audience believe. Vicky Weaver was flawless as bank executive Melinda Bremer. She is always so reliable and steady with her acting, and therefore smartly cast. Bremer’s character is perhaps as important to making the play work as any, so Weaver was a great choice. Finally, the Safeway duo of Dan DiCicco (incidentally, a man with a great mustache) and Jean Simpson continue to delight every time they take the stage. Both have wonderful comic touch, and Simpson delights as usual when called upon to explore the louder parts of her existence with expressions like, “Holy cheese and crackers!” As usual, the connections to the community make the play extra fun. Whether it’s the sets of coworkers, the Liberty Lake family connections or the localized props (look for Safeway receipts, Washington Trust Bank references, The Splash want ads and even Liberty Lake Police Department uniforms), this is truly a local theater group. It’s hard to beat, even if you have to take a short ride down Harvard Road into Otis Orchards. Truly, The Kave venue fits LLCT well, and while some would wish it was actually inside city limits, it’s so close it may as well be. It’s well worth “hitting the road” to check out this topnotch cast.

DV Continued from page 16

to try to get resources to victims and provide additional options as soon as possible after an incident. Law enforcement intervention is only part of the solution. Our primary task is to provide safety for the victim and to hold the perpetrator accountable. We can’t solve this issue on our own. Effectively addressing and ultimately ending domestic violence requires a collaborative effort involving every part of our community. During Domestic

Violence Awareness Month, let us all recommit to ensuring domestic violence has no place in Liberty Lake. To learn more, I encourage you to attend the community Domestic Violence Symposium from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday at the Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District administration building. Please RSVP to Bobbi Anderson at 755-1140 for the event. Brian Asmus is chief of the Liberty Lake Police Department. He can be reached at basmus@libertylakewa.gov.

Connect your business to Valley consumers

The Current is a monthly publication serving the entire greater Spokane Valley. By providing information that links residents and businesses alike, The Current is a perfect avenue to reach the Valley market. Created to visually draw in readers with our awardwinning design services, let us help you fine-tune your message for maximum impact!

• Highly accessible • Unapologetically local • Committed to excellence

About 10,000 free copies are distributed monthly to over 170 high-traffic locations in Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake, Millwood, Otis Orchards, Newman Lake and Rockford.

Be a part of the November issue! The guaranteed ad reservation deadline is Tuesday, October 23rd Call for more details or to schedule your ads today!

509-242-7752

advertise@valleycurrent.com • www.valleycurrent.com

“Informing , connecting and inspiring communities”

18 • Oct. 11, 2012

Advertising deadlines In order to be considered for the following Thursday’s Splash: • CLASSIFIED ADS must be received by noon Monday. • DISPLAY AD COPY must be received by noon Friday. • DISPLAY ADS (CAMERA-READY) must be received by noon Monday. • INSERTS must be received at least 9 days in advance. • LEGAL ADS must be received by noon Monday.

Placing classifieds Classifieds must be placed online at www.libertylakesplash.com or in person at 2310 N. Molter Road, Suite 305. Ads are not accepted by phone, e-mail, fax or postal mail.

Advertising inquiries Display, insert or legal ad inquiries can be made by phone at 242-7752 or e-mail at adver—se@libertylakesplash.com.

Advertising integrity Inaccurate or decep—ve adver—sing is never knowingly accepted. Complaints about adver—sers should be made in wri—ng to the Bešer Business Bureau and to adver—se@libertylakesplash.com. The Splash is not responsible for the content of or claims made in ads.

BULLETIN BOARD CV Grad Night, Benefit & Silent Auction: October 13th at No-li Brewery, 2 to 5 pm, $25 entry includes: 2 micro brews, a beer glass & brats. Email Melinda to get your tickets, mlorge@yokesfoods.com.

classifieds 824 N Malvern, 5-bed, 3-bath, spacious 2600 sqft rancher with great updates and appliances! Great location! Must see $1595 plus deposit. Contact us! Call Realty, 921-9898.

FURNITURE Natuzzi leather sofa, beautiful condition, $600. - “Bob Timberlake” solid cherry dining table w/6 chairs, like new $1400, 928-7047.

GARAGE SALES Downsizing garage sale, Saturday Oct. 13. Furniture, home decor, good stuff. 24615 E. Maxwell Ln., Liberty Lake. 8-5 Garage Sale this Friday and Saturday, 8-3, 23302 E. Sharp. Mountain bike, furniture, kitchen, Christmas, electronics, books, clothes, and art prints.

HELP WANTED PRE-KINDERGARTEN TEACHER QUALITY CHILDREN’S CENTER in Liberty Lake is looking for an energetic and creative person to teach our Pre-K class. Experience Nec. FT. Start training week of 10/15/12. Call Fawn at 924-6223.

LOST & FOUND Eyeglasses found. Did you park on west side of Settler Dr. for an event at Pavillion Park? Found glasses in our front yard. Call 255-9319 to pick up.

MISC. FOR SALE Bed - Queen pillowtop mattress set, new, still in plastic, $169. Phone or text 208-661-422 or 509- 795-0445. Black & Decker electric lawn edger/trimmer. Left/right handle. 1.25 HP, great shape, $40. Call 255-6194.

LOOKING FOR ROOMATE

FRESH START PRODUCE

Responsible 23 year old male is looking for roomate to share 2 bedroom apartment in Liberty Lake. Deluxe apartment, flat screen TV - pay 1/2 rent, expenses -would consider other location. Call 475-4810.

Last chance! U-pick pumpkins, tomatoes, peppers, beets, carrots and blackberries. In the store Jonagold, Fuji, Red & Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, Spartan & Jazz apples. Frozen Huckleberries & raspberries. Local honey, cider, pluots, green beans & tomatoes. Stock up for winter, Red and Russet potatoes, onions, 10 varieties of squash. Large selection of pumpkins, also straw & corn stalks. Open 9-6 daily, Sunday 11-5. E 21619 Wellesley, Otis Orchards, 927-8133.

MOMS NEAR THE EMPTY NEST Group forming for moms in this transitional stage who have time to pursue their own interests, friendships and fun! Will have subgroups for various areas such as Book Club, Poker, Running, Skiing, Golf, Bunco, Bridge, Pottery, Service, etc. depending on interest. Call or text Laurie at 599-0765.

EVENTS *CRAFTERS WANTED* Looking for crafters to participate in our craft fair to benefit the EVHS band. Craft fair on Dec 1st & 2nd at EVHS, 15711 E. Wellesley, Spokane Valley, WA. Please no commercial vendors. All info & forms at: evsd.org or 509-939-7805. A Night of romantic music by Spanish acoustic guitar player, Mike Ross 7-10pm at Cruisers in Stateline. Mike plays at Cda Beverly’s often! Enjoy Prime Rib dinner special too! Lots of car parking. 208-773-4706, no cover. Every Tuesday, enjoy watching Sons Of Anarchy with other fans at Cruisers in Stateline at 7PM. Free Spaghetti too! Lots of car parking. Great food! 208773-4706.

FOR RENT 1158 N Tanglewood, 2+bed, 2-bath custom 1400 sqft home with lots of privacy! All appliances and lawn care included, $1195 plus deposit. Call Realty, 921-9898. 818 N Tanglewood, 3-bed, 2-bath, adorable mint condition rancher, all appliances. Ready for move in! Great location! $1145 plus deposit. Call Realty, 9219898.

REAL ESTATE

The Splash

SERVICES

SPRINKLER BLOWOUT

A-1 WHITE DUSTER Housecleaning, give yourself a treat and have your house cleaned. Reliable, trustworthy and reasonable rates. Weekly and biweekly. Please call Jamie at 509-892-3594 or cell 208661-5535.

AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION Clean non-smoking van, liberty Lake area - (GEG) Spokane International Airport, $40 each way, reservations accepted, 509-270-3115, Tom’s taxi. Corporate accounts welcome.

BLOWOUT SPRINKLERS DEAR NEIGHBOR Please call us to set up an appointment. Our price is $38.95 + tax and mention this ad and get $5 off. Grassmasters Lawn & Sprinkler is licensed, bonded and has over 20 years experience, 924-LAWN.

HEINZ PAINTING & HANDYMAN BBB accredited, hardworking, honest, and on time. Free estimates! Add a splash of color to your walls. Call today! Dave Heinz, 509-953-8093. Licensed, bonded & insured, Heinzph924bw. Many satisfied LL customers.

NEED HELP WITH YARD WORK? I am a motivated high school student who is happy to help anyone with yard work and fall clean up. Please call or text Michael at 509-8638313. Thanks and looking forward to do business with you.

PACIFIC LAWN MAINTENANCE Colder days and fall weather is fast approaching. Its time to schedule your lawn for sprinkler blowouts, fall / winter fertilization & weed controll, and the final mows of the season! Serving your Liberty Lake neighbors for over 12 years now. Fully licenced, bonded, and insured and a 100% guarantee on all sprinkler blowouts. Call to schedule your home or office today. Pacific Lawn Maintenance, 509-218-1775.

PIANO LESSONS Piano lessons accepting students for Fall 2012-2013. Member of MTNA and Wash. State Music Teachers Association with over 30 years experience. Teach beginners to advanced. All ages, 926-8899 or 990-3103, marjam17216@msn.com.

23106 E. Maxwell Ave. - Beautiful 3-Br 2-Ba home for sale. Forced heating and AC, fenced backyard with patio, landscaped w/spklr sys, low-maintenance, modern upgrades throughout, 2-car garage. $178,900. Call 509-487-4553.

Remodeling contractor: Licensed and bonded, Peterc*152re. 27 years experience, references. Decks, patios, garages, roofing, sheetrock taping and texturing, minor plumbing. All your remodeling needs. BBB accredited approved. Call Bruce, 710-4541.

For sale by Owner- 24106 E Sharp Ave, 3-br, 3-bath, split level, fantastic Mt. views, large office, fenced yard, close to LL Elem. $215K. Call John 924-1400 or 230-2798.

Ron’s Barber. Come give us a try if you like to have real Barber shop hair cut. E 18317 Appleway, just minutes away from Liberty Lake, 922-4925.

JUST LISTED!! 24233 E DESMET RD - A great 2-story home built in 2002 with nearly 3,000 sq/ft, fully finished, hardwood floors, granite counters in kitchen, gas fireplace, gorgeous backyard, A/C, 3-car garage and more! Easy walk to park and school! Only $309,900. Call Brad Boswell 509-710-2024 RE/MAX of Spokane.

RIVERWALK 2-STORY! 1819 N SALMON RIVER LN - A meticulous one owner 2-story home on an oversized lot! 3br/3ba, approx 2260 sq/ft, covered rear deck, rv parking ok, stunning backyard setting, a/c, and many updates. A must see for $189,900! Call Brad Boswell 509-710-2024. RE/MAX of Spokane.

DEAR NEIGHBOR Please call us to set up an appointment. Our price is $38.95 + tax and mention this ad and get $5 off. Grassmasters Lawn & Sprinkler is licensed, bonded and has over 20 years experience, 924-LAWN. TUTORING Start the school year off strong! Senior AP student at CV with 4.0 GPA and work experience. Resume with references available. Multiple subject proficiency. Competitively priced. Call 509-368-1388. We install all types of showers, backsplashes, countertops and flooring. We do it all, Pro Source members, buy direct and save. Call Larry and Lillie, 924-4954.

WINDOW WASHING Pristine “clearly the best”. Window washing specializing in residential, commercial and new construction. Free estimates, guaranteed best prices, fully insured and licensed. Your Liberty Lake neighbor. Call 710-5196.

YOU’VE GOT IT “MAID” Licensed, bonded & insured. I’m honest and reliable. I take pride in what I do. I have great references & competitive rates. Call now: Gail, 509-385-1008.

STATEWIDE REACH 2.7 MILLION READERS: The Splash participates in a statewide classified ad program that allows classified advertisers to submit ads for publication in more than 130 community publications throughout Washington. $255 buys 1,180,746 circulation and 2,715,700 readers. For more information, contact Josh Johnson at 242-7752 or josh@libertylakesplash.com.

ADOPTION

ADOPT: Pediatrician & college professor lovingly wait for baby to love, nurture, devote our lives. Expenses paid. 1-800-989-6766, Daniel & Karen.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY Inside major retailer. Call for details: 866-622-4591. Or email: franchiseopportunity@ hotmail.com.

EDUCATION/CAREER TRAINING

ATTEND COLLEGE online from home. Medical, Business, Criminal Justice, Hospitality. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV authorized. Call 866-483-4429, www. CenturaOnline.com.

EVENTS-FESTIVALS

ANNOUNCE your festival for only pennies. Four weeks to 2.7 million readers statewide for about $1,000. Call Josh at The Splash at 242-7752 or 1-206-634-3838 for more details.

FOR SALE — MISC

SAWMILLS from only $3997. Make/save money with your own bandmill. Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free info/DVD: www.NorwoodSawmills. com, 1-800-578-1363 Ext 300N.

See CLASSIFIEDS, page 19

Index of advertisers Delivered free to every business and residence in the greater Liberty Lake area, The Splash is possible because of its advertisers. Following are the local advertisers in this week’s Splash. Please consider them when offering your patronage. Amaculate Housekeeping 12 Andrean Accounting 12 Avista 6 Barlows Restaurant 9 Brett’s Barbershop 12 Cabela’s Insert Carver Farms 9 Casey Family Dental 5 Copper Basin Construction 13 CPF Upward 9 Crown Media & Printing 2 Empire Digital Imaging 9

Eye Consultants 6 Fresh Start Produce 5 George Gee Automotive 8 Granite Transformations 8 Healthy Living Liberty Lake 13 Inland Empire Utility Coordinating Council 8 John L. Scott Real Estate 20 Liberty Lake Community Theatre 14 Liberty Lake EyeCare Center 3 Liberty Lake Orthodontics 3 Liberty Lake PORTAL 11 Liberty Lube 2

MetLife, Lisa Schaff 14 Northern Quest Resort & Casino 5 Planet Beach 6 Sayre and Sayre 14 Simonds Dental Group 6 Spokane Chiefs 14 STCU 5 Sterling Bank 7 Therapeutic Associates 3 Todd Mielke Campaign Insert True Legends Grill 7 Valleyfest 12

The Splash

Oct. 11, 2012 • 19

classifieds

CLASSIFIEDS Continued from page 18 FINANCIAL LOCAL PRIVATE INVESTOR loans money on real estate equity. I loan on houses, raw land, commercial property and property development. Call Eric at 800-563-3005, www.fossmortgage.com.

HELP WANTED

DRIVERS: TIRED of being gone? We get you home! Call Haney Truck Line one of the best NW heavy haul carriers. Great pay/benefits package. 1-888-414-4667/ www.gohaney.com. DRIVER - $0.01 increase per mile after 6 months. Choose your hometime: Weekly - 7/on/7off, 14/on/7/ off. Requires 3 months recent experience. 800-4149569, www.driveknight.com.

LEGAL SERVICES

DIVORCE $135. $165 with children. No court appearances. Complete preparation. Includes custody, support, property division and bills. BBB member. 503-772-5295, www.paralegalalternatives.com, divorce@usa.com.

LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIES THAT: Mayor Peterson has called a Special Meeting for the purpose of a Public Workshop regarding Tax Increment Financing (TIF) and Local Infrastructure Financing Tool (LIFT). The Special Meeting will be Thursday, October 18, 2012, at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as practical, at City Hall, 22710 E. Country Vista Drive. Parking and meeting rooms are accessible for persons with disabilities. Individuals planning to attend the meeting, who require special assistance to accommodate physical, hearing, or other impairments, please contact the City Clerk at (509) 755-6729 with a 48-hour advanced notice so that arrangements may be made. Ann Swenson, City Clerk

Published 10.11.12 and 10.18.12

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SPOKANE In the Matter of the Estate of

No. 12-401112-7

BETTY J. GREENSLITT,

PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Deceased.

RCW 11.40.030

The Co-Personal Representatives named below have been appointed as Co-Personal Representatives of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Co-Personal Representatives or their attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Co-Personal Representatives served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1)(c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent=s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of first publication: September 27, 2012 /s/ Nancy J. Korb NANCY J. KORB Co-Personal Representative /s/ William J. Schell WILLIAM J. SCHELL Co-Personal Representative Attorney for Personal Representative: Karen L. Sayre, WSBA #15548 SAYRE & SAYRE, P.S.

Why use Splash Classifieds? Buy and sell with your neighbors in a local marketplace Lots of free options (Anything for sale

under $250 is free, plus categories like Bulletin Board, Lost & Found and Wanted)

Saturate Greater Liberty Lake in 6,000 copies, reaching more than 12,000 readers (industry studies show more than two readers per copy of a newspaper)

Options galore — stand out with inexpensive options for color highlighting, borders, bold headers, and capitalized lead-ins

Address for Mailing or Service:

Address for Mailing or Service:

Address for Mailing or Service:

West 201 North River Drive, Suite 460 Spokane, Washington 99201-2262 (509) 325-7330

West 201 North River Drive, Suite 460 Spokane, Washington 99201-2262 (509) 325-7330

West 201 North River Drive, Suite 460 Spokane, Washington 99201-2262 (509) 325-7330

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SPOKANE

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SPOKANE

In the Matter of the Estate of

No. 12-401140-2

In the Matter of the Estate of

No. 12-401159-3

In re the Estate of:

No. 12401191-7

BEVERLY J. MINER,

PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS

JOHN V. VAN DEWERKER,

PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS

WALTER HOMER HORLACHER,

PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Deceased.

RCW 11.40.030

Deceased.

RCW 11.40.030

SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF WASHINGTON, COUNTY OF SPOKANE

Deceased

RCW 11.40.030

The Personal Representative named below has been appointed as Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Personal Representative or the Personal Representative=s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Personal Representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1)(c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent=s probate and nonprobate assets.

The Personal Representative named below has been appointed as Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Personal Representative or the Personal Representative=s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Personal Representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1)(c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent=s probate and nonprobate assets.

The personal representative named below has been appointed and has qualified as personal representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the deceased must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the personal representative or the personal representative’s attorney of record at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the personal representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1) (c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and RCW 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate assets and nonprobate assets.

Date of first publication:

September 27, 2012

Date of first publication:

October 4, 2012

Date of first publication:

October 11, 2012

/s/ Dennis M. Miner DENNIS M. MINER Personal Representative

/s/ Helen A. Braden HELEN A. BRADEN Personal Representative

Personal Representative:

Helen E. Horlacher

Attorney for Personal Representative: Address for Mailing or Service:

Terry L. Snow, WSBA # 00689 Terry L. Snow, PLLC N. 711 Lincoln, Ste. A Spokane, WA 99201 (509) 324-0100 (509) 324-0107 fax

Attorney for Personal Representative:

Attorney for Personal Representative:

Karen L. Sayre, WSBA #15548 SAYRE & SAYRE, P.S.

Richard L. Sayre, WSBA #9400 SAYRE & SAYRE, P.S.

The Splash

20 • Oct. 11, 2012

Open House Event “Your Source for Real Estate” Condo: Liberty Lake Lifestyle

niently Conveed Next Locat bucks in to Starrty Lake Libe

Maintenance Free Living at The Villas

Sunday, October 14th 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Low Maintenance Living

Better Than New

$171,900 2127 N Oakland Ln $179,200 22855 E Country Vista #315 $109,000 22855 E Country Vista #460 $127,500 22919 E Sawgrass Ln 2BD/2BA • 1063SF 2BD/2BA • 1312SF 2BD/3BA • 1472SF 2BD/1BA • 922SF JoAnn Zyph 509-951-8242 Marilyn Dhaenens 509-385-9090 Anne Finer 509-939-7766 Tom LaLone 509-990-1326 Light and Bright

Desirable Gated Community

Perfect Everything

Contemporary Built Green Home

$350,000 1217 N Ormond Rd $199,700 24110 E Olive Ln $207,500 1129 N Tanglewood Ln $224,500 20079 E Meyers Ave 3BD/3BA • 2466SF 3BD/4BA • 2732SF 3BD/2BA • 2052SF 2BD/2BA • 1501SF Guy Preece Theresa Malarkey JoAnn Zyph 509-951-8242 Pam Fredrick 509-370-5944 Pam Fredrick 509-370-5944 509-217-0090 509-279-9055 Luxury Liberty Lake Townhome

1525 N Lancashire Ln $367,750 3BD/3BA • 3440SF Pam Fredrick 509-370-5944 Elegance and Superb Craftsmanship

Masterfully Designed

Exquisitely Crafted Masterpiece

Prime Liberty Lake Waterfront

$875,000 120 S Greenridge Dr $699,700 71 N Chief Garry Dr $869,900 1202 S Starr Ln 4BD/4BA • 5200SF 7BD/5BA • 6668SF 4BD/4BA • 5638SF Pam Fredrick 509-370-5944 Pam Fredrick 509-370-5944 Pam Fredrick 509-370-5944 Stunning Views

SOLD

ENTER TO WIN ... 22250 E Bennett Ln $1,500,000 22251 E Bennet Ln $1,995,000 5BD/6BA • 6200SF 5BD/6BA • 6397SF Gary Hansen 509-869-0618 Pam Fredrick 509-370-5944

This could be your home! Call One of Our Great Agents at 924-4200

tWO tICKEtS tO ramS at SEahaWKS GamE ON dEC. 30th ENTER aT Each hOmE yOu TOuR!


Oct. 11, 2012