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NOVEMBER 28, 2018

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Election recount starts Thursday With 46-vote lead, Ericksen seems likely to keep 42nd District Senate seat By Ashley Hiruko ashley@lyndentribune.com

The Lynden football team is heading to Tacoma on Saturday, in a showdown against Hockinson for the 2A state title.

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BELLINGHAM — Only three ballots were in dispute at a Monday meeting of the Whatcom County Canvassing Board. But in the super-close race for 42nd District state Senate, each vote matters. The latest ballot tally, also compiled Monday and posted

to the Auditor’s Office website, shows that only 46 ballots out of more than 72,000, or .06 percentage points, separate Sen. Doug Ericksen and challenger Pinky Vargas. And only 80 votes keep incumbent Luanne Van Werven ahead of Justin Boneau in their race for 42nd District House Position 1. By state law, both of those races must be hand recounted. That process, starting this Thursday and done separately for each race, could take at least a week. About 11 people were packed into a small room at the County Courthouse on Monday, Nov. 26. Vargas and others who aided in her campaign were among those present. The Canvassing Board of three decides among unclear or

flawed ballots which are counted or thrown out. The board consists of County Auditor Debbie Adelstein, County Council representative Rud Browne and Royce Buckingham, an attorney in the county Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. One by one, an image of each ballot was projected onto the wall and an explanation given for why the ballot was under scrutiny. The first of these forms had two bubbles marked in a single race, making voter intent unclear. This was concluded to be an overvote or a vote for two candidates, rather than a vote for one candidate and a correction. This vote was rejected. The group of three often referred to the Voter Intent Guide, a booklet the Washington Secre-

tary of State Office provides to all counties to help ensure uniformity across the state. Within it are examples of how voter intent should be determined based on where and how the mark on a ballot was made. For instance, an x mark made within a bubble is determined to be a vote in a party’s favor. Although the booklet does offer multiple examples, sometimes ballots come through that do not fall within any of the parameters set by guidelines, Adelstein said, and voter aim is up to the board’s discretion. Of the three ballots in dispute Monday, one was determined to be an overvote. The other two, one for Vargas and ErickSee Recount on A2

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Beacon for Life: Leading by story and example Nonprofit helps others navigate the path to recovery out of addictions By Ashley Hiruko ashley@lyndentribune.com

Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017

Sheet music and lyrics from classic Christmas tunes, crafts, recipes and more are included in this free booklet. See insert

LED light displays for Lynden

WHATCOM — The five board members of the Beacon for Life nonprofit got involved in this organization for different reasons. Some feel a deep compassion for others. This compelled them to volunteer with Beacon for Life, which helps to emotionally and financially support those struggling with mental health issues and addiction. Others joined after having an experience with substance abuse and having gone through See BFL on A2

The Beacon for Life nonprofit board members are, from left, Don Fisher, Will Johnson, Vonda VanderYacht, Monte Maberry and Marv Tjoelker. (Courtesy photo)

Chess master Elliott Neff is now an author, in town Friday Lynden native’s Chess4Life teaches skills, values to youth

A donation of $19,000 afforded the Lynden Chamber of Commerce new LED light bulbs for the many Christmas lights displays around town, at less cost. See A3

By Calvin Bratt editor@lyndentribune.com

Elliott Neff took on up to 12 other chess players at a time, while blindfolded, at the Lynden fair some years ago. (Courtesy

LYNDEN — Elliott Neff, chess player extraordinaire and now author, returns to Lynden to sign copies of his new book, “A Pawn’s Journey,” at the Lynden Village Books store at 6:30

p.m. Friday, Nov. 30. He is at the Fairhaven Village Books store at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 29. This is the booksellers’ desciption: “A Pawn’s Journey: Transforming Lives One Move at a Time” tells the story of April, a disheartened teen who is introduced to the game of chess and mentored by a school counselor. Her mindset changes as she learns invaluable life lessons through the game of chess. It is a self-help tale based See Chess on A4

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Population:

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, our population is increasing in Whatcom County. In our market area, Lynden’s population is 14,259 residents; Everson 2,699 residents; Nooksack 1,560 residents; and Sumas 1,464 residents.

Readership: Our readers refer to the Tribune throughout the week as a major shopping and informational resource and they often shop locally. The majority of our readers are married, have a college education and own their own home.

Demographics: The average age of Lynden Tribune reader is 50 years old. The average household income of Tribune readers is just over $61,000. The average number of times a Tribune reader picks up and reads the Tribune per week is 2.5 times.

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School districts reach teacher pay agreements Negotiation is left to the local level in new funding system By Ashley Hiruko ashley@lyndentribune.com

Students are back to school on time across Ferndale today as new teacher contracts are finalized. (Brent Lindquist/Ferndale Record)

WHATCOM — County teacher-pay contracts are still being finalized, even as the first days of school arrive. No local educator strikes will happen, however. Before the 2012 state Supreme Court McCleary ruling that said the state was underfunding schools, and a subsequent levyswap financing change by the Legislature, schools relied on a state salary allocation schedule. This timetable had pay steps that factored in teacher experience and education. In the new funding era, bargaining for teacher pay must happen See Contracts on A4

City’s Summer of Fun a ‘booming success’ Attendance at Ferndale parks events this summer more than quadrupled 2017

Operation Splashmob was one of Ferndale’s late-summer events included in the 2018 Summer of Fun, and it will return next year, the city says. (Courtesy photo/City of Ferndale)

New leaders at Meridian, Mount Baker By Ashley Hiruko ashley@lyndentribune.com

WHATCOM — Administrative changes this year bring two new leaders to the Meridian and Mount Baker school districts. James Everett and Mary Sewright are already in their superintendent roles.

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At Meridian, Everett replaces Tom Churchill, who retired at the beginning of summer. The Meridian School Board chose Everett to take Churchill’s place back in February. Everett came from Squalicum High School bringing with him prior experience at Meridian. He was once the high school principal. “I have been really fortunate to work in education in Whatcom County my whole career,” Everett said. He spent 13 years in the Nooksack Valley School District, working as a middle and high

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Mary Sewright while also earning his administration credentials. This led to becoming principal at Meridian and then to his most recent role

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as principal at Squalicum. “This was an opportunity to come back to a great community and continue to be challenged,” Everett said, speaking on his return to Meridian. His father’s career in the military meant Everett often relocated as a child. “We moved every three years. It’s why I appreciate being in Whatcom County so much,” he said. “Having an opportunity to be in one place and establish roots, to experience things not experienced as a child has been fantastic.” Everett officially began as superintendent on July 1. All along,

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New budget under WUCIOA passes By Brent Lindquist Managing Editor, Sudden Valley Views

The first Sudden Valley election under the new WUCIOA law took place on Saturday, Nov. 3, and while the proposed budget (including a dues increase) only received about 47 percent approval, it passed in accordance with the new law. It was a picture of the SVCA’s future under WUCIOA, in which budgets and assessments are roped into the same vote, and more than 50 percent of the association’s total membership must vote against a budget for it to fail.

Measure 2, which aligns the SVCA’s bylaws with a new RCW voting timeline, passed with almost 68 percent approval. Measure 3, allowing for electronic voting and simplifying certain election language, also passed, with 67 percent approval. On the Board front, Whitney Pearce, Paula Birchler and Andrew Entrikin were each elected to three-year terms with 756, 750 and 708 votes each, respectively. The next-highest vote-getter was Shanda Owen, who garnered 509 votes. Ann Gray, Sharon Wash and Hannah Oliphant each received two-year terms on the Nominations & Elections Committee, and both Robert Gibbs and Richard Bailey both received three-year terms on the Architectural Control Committee.

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On Saturday, October 20th the Sudden Valley Golf Course hosted Western Washington University’s annual CrossCountry meet. WWU leased the front nine of the golf course for the morning hours and hosted four separate races on a course designed and laid out by the WWU crosscountry coaching staff. The day kicked off with a community 5k race that WWU graciously offered to administer for us. Sudden Valley community members including Karen Borchert of the Parks and Trails Committee coordinated the 2nd Annual Ghosts & Ghouls 5k and turned it into a benefit for Sudden Valley’s Community Cupboard program. Entry fee for the race was a voluntary donation to the Community Cupboard and over $100 was raised! The coordinators and the participants had a great time and are looking forward to making the 3rd Annual even bigger and better! Next up at 9:45 was the kids 500-meter dash. This was without a doubt the cutest event of the day with kids aged 3-10 taking part in this modified race with a loop that started at the bottom of the driving range tee, then wound its way over to the 9th fairway and finished up with a sprint towards the finish line at the back of the driving range. Most kids wore Halloween costumes, and all were sporting ear-to-ear grins!

The kids gave way to the Men’s Collegiate 10k which kicked off at 10:00 with over 180 competitors. Their course involved making 4 laps around the approximately 2500-meter loop that started at the base of the driving range tee then headed out across the 2nd and 3rd fairways. After a quick loop into the marina parking area, the runners then headed back out onto the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th holes before heading back over to the driving range to the finish line. The first runners crossed the finish line in under 33 minutes and by 10:50 all runners had completed the race. It was a short turn around for the women’s race which got going at 11:00 with over 140 women taking their turn on the modified 6k course. It was less than 22 minutes later that the first woman crossed the finish line and wrapped up an exciting day of racing. The Viking Men finished 3rd overall and the Viking Women finished 4th. The teams are ranked 19th and 14th respectively in the nation. WWU coaches PeeWee Halsell and Bill Roe were instrumental in moving the race to Sudden Valley from Lake Padden and were very pleased with the new venue. “We really enjoyed coming out to Sudden Valley Golf Course and appreciate all they did to accommodate this great event to make for a wonderful student-athlete experience. The weather was great, the course was great, the racing was great. It was a good day for the Vikings,” said Halsell. It was a great day for Sudden Valley with over 500 athletes and spectators being exposed to its natural beauty, many for the first time. Plans are already underway to host the 46th Annual next October!

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FERNDALE — Ferndale’s 2018 Summer of Fun comes to a close on Friday, but the city is already planning next year’s docket of free events. The final Food Truck Friday will start at 5:30 p.m. at STAR Park this week, before the Ferndaleversus-Lynden football game gets underway in Lynden. It will feature Outlaw Barbecue, Chow Hot Dogs, Heather’s Lemonade and Kettle Corn, Jazzy Pop Cupcakes and Something Cheesy. As a whole, this year’s Summer of Fun has exceeded the city’s expectations, said Riley Sweeney, Ferndale’s special projects and communications officer. “It was a booming success,” Sweeney said. “Last year was kind of the pilot program to see if people were interested, and this year, Ferndale spoke loud and clear. They were interested in making this happen.” Turnout exceeded expectations at every event throughout the summer, from Glow-in-theDark Croquet to Field Games to Tie-Dye Your Shirts to Operation Splashmob and more. The turnout often created

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The Valley Arts Group’s quarterly meeting was held on Saturday, October 13, 2018 in the Community Center (Barn) at 10 AM. Members brought a piece of art to share with the group (often with ooh’s and aah’s). All work was then hung, until January, in either the Barn or the Library. The theme for this exhibit was harvest, trees and/or flowers. The group also sponsored a Poster Contest with a theme of water. Members voted on their favorite, received a $50 gift certificate to Dakota Arts. Look around for the selected piece on a poster advertising the Valley and the Arts Group. Entries for the Valley Arts Group 2019 calendar were voted on as well. Again, look for the calendar sale! It would make a great holiday gift--each month celebrating a different artist. We held a great featured artists reception on October 20. The entire community was invited. There was music, art and delicious food. The art featured in the Barn is Sarah Lane’s. Her background is fascinating. This is what she tells us about her work: “I hope you enjoy my representational watercolor and acrylic paintings, in which I pass along the brilliant color that I feel. Summer seems to be the season for watercolor and plein air.  In the fall, I tend to draw inward, oftentimes turning to black

and white linocut and drawing. Through the winter, I lay it on thick with acrylic and heavy gel medium.  Spring?  New beginnings all around.  I do tend to paint with the seasons because my greatest inspiration is the natural world.” Stephanie Strong is the featured artist at the Club House. Her background is in art, elementary school teaching and founding a company... a manufacturing firm that made children and adult accessories which were distributed throughout the entire Nordstrom chain. She is also the principal of Strong Design, where she promotes sustainable design practices in every project. Stephanie is now fascinated by silk painting, sharing her love with members by giving several classes. She likes how the paint flows freely and is more unpredictable than watercolor. We love to see the results--of our own, and of Stephanie’s brush. You can learn more about each artist and see some of their art by visiting our website. The Valley Arts Group encourages artists to join the group, and members to show their work. The Valley Arts Group welcomes members with all backgrounds (from self-taught to MFA’s), all ages, and all genders. For the Valley Arts Group, see our Facebook page https://www.facebook. com/ValleyArtsGroup/ or our website at http://valleyartsgroup.org

El Periódico esta empezando una serie presentando las historias de familias e individuos de herencia hispana que ahora viven permanentemente en el Condado de Whatcom. BELLINGHAM — Soy Nilda de Cuenca y mi esposo es el Señor que esta a la izquierda de la fotografía, se llama Marco Cuenca, el fue el primero de esta familia en llegar aquí a los EEUU. (27 de Marzo de 2015) El vino a los EEUU a visitar a una hermana que tenia tiempo sin ver. Luego de dos meses de estar aquí, decidió que debía traer la familia completa (2 hijos y yo). Cuando el me comunica esta decisión mi corazón se lleno de temor y desde ese momento comencé a pedirle a Dios que me confirmara la decisión que había tomado mi esposo y efectivamente me hablo y me digo que no tuviera temor que la decisión que había tomado mi esposo, el la había puesto en su corazón y que el nos traía a este país con un propósito Divino. Me tomo tres me- Tres familias han venido desde Venezuela para el Condado de Whatcom. De izquierda son: Ivelice, Nilda y Marco Cuenca; Dayana, José e hijo Jeremías Lobo; y Gabriel, Rachel, Liliana y Michel Colman. Vea Cuenca en la página 2

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