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Car, bike shows support sailors, Marines BY KIRK BOXLEITNER kboxleitner@marysvilleglobe.com

SPORTS: Arlington grappler shines on the mat. Page 8

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SMOKEY POINT — Automobile and motorcycle enthusiasts didn’t let the weekend downpour stop them from supporting the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society. Sound Harley-Davidson drew an estimated 14 entrants for its July 16 bike show and 26 entrants for its July 17 car show, both of which raised funds for NMCRS. As of July 17, NMCRS Everett Director Andy Leech reported that more than $400 had been collected at the bike show and predicted that the car show would yield even more donations for an estimated total of between $1,000 and $1,200 for NMCRS for both days. Marysville’s Randy McDonald, head road captain for the Puget Sound Chapter of the Harley Owners Group, estimated that as many as 40 of his fellow Puget Sound HOG Chapter members showed up to Sound Harley on July 16, in spite of the day’s heavy rain. “We were actually going to help out with the graffiti paint-out in Marysville this morning, but that got cancelled,” McDonald said. “I didn’t buy my bike to have it just sit in the garage,” he laughed. SEE SUPPORT, PAGE 2

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Smokey Point’s David Edwards seals up the hood of his 1972 Pontiac Ventura drag racer at Sound Harley-Davidson on July 17.

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Street Fair has big turnout, new features

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Brothers Josh, left, and Jake Hurst make their own edible crafts at the Highland Christian School booth at the Street Fair on July 8.

ARLINGTON — After more than two decades, Arlington’s annual Street Fair still offered attendees new avenues of entertainment this year. “The Purse Lady” Debbie Whitis chaired the event for the first time this year and

credited pleasant weather, local newspaper coverage, and a mix of new features and familiar favorites with drawing plenty of foot traffic to Olympic Avenue from July 8-10. “We must have had at least twice as many visitors this year as last year,” said Whitis, who’s been a vendor at the Street Fair for the past four

years. “On Sunday, we didn’t officially start up until 11 a.m., but I’d already sold my first bag by 9:30 a.m. We’ve gotten so much positive feedback that we’ve already started signing vendors up for next year.” Arlington’s Logan Springer, 7, climbed his first rock wall SEE FAIR, PAGE 2


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SUPPORT FROM PAGE 1 Both the bike and the car shows were judged by the event attendees, and McDonald explained his own criteria for judging that Saturday’s six bike categories. “There’s some really unique customizations here,” McDonald said. “I look for how well it all goes together, and for the ones with

chrome work, how well they did that job.” McDonald was denied his dream of serving in the Navy when he was unable to pass his physical during the Vietnam conflict, but he’s glad to see his grandson, Marysville-Pilchuck High School sophomore Nick Mallow, in the Naval Junior ROTC, and he deemed NMCRS “my favorite charity.” A number of non-bikers felt compelled to swing by

and pitch in on behalf of NMCRS at Sound Harley, including more than half a dozen Columbia College human services students and close to 40 veterans from the Everett Vet Center. Marysville’s Nathan Sutton, who handles outreach for the Everett Vet Center, explained that his organization likewise supports service members, in their case through veterans counseling their fellow veterans. Part of their outreach involves attending commu-

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nity events such as the bike and car shows, to help them re-acclimate to civilian life. “It changed my life,” said Sutton, who deployed to Iraq three times while still in the Navy. Marysville’s Phil Tribuzio and Smokey Point’s Arthur Ebert are both Navy veterans who have been riding for years — Tribuzio since the end of his four year-stint in the Navy in 1966, and Ebert

halfway through his 20-year hitch in the service, from which he retired in 2005 — and both men spoke of the camaraderie among both motorcycle riders and service members. “It’s cool to ride down the highway and see another rider wave hi back at you,” Ebert said. “You’ll see people driving cars giving each other fingers, but never waves,” he laughed. “It’s good to help

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on Olympic Avenue on July 8, even though his family has attended the Street Fair for the past three years. “Don’t look down,” Logan advised any other would-be rock wall climbers. Although he came close to the top, the same view from on high that he enjoyed also made him hesitate too long and break his rhythm. Fellow Arlington resident Tammy Robinson got a colorful hair extension from Haimee Engstrom of the Oasis Hair Salon on July 8. While husband Dale teased her about going for the food, Tammy appreciates everything that she’s discovered in the past five years of attending the Street Fair. “If you look around, you’ll always find something new and different, whether it’s jewelry or fun stuff like this,” Tammy said, pinching her hair extension. Street Fair vendor Brad Grinage has made rustic woodworking a labor of love for the past 15 years. He’s applied the skills he picked up in building roof trusses toward creating organic-looking wooden chairs, stools, tables, chests, birdhouses and bird-feeders. Rather

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than using a generic canvas-and-metal tent for his booth at the Street Fair, he even set up one of his naturalistic wooden gazebo tents to showcase his wares. “I need to create and all the materials are free,” Grinage said. “I just pick them up from my backyard. I don’t make much money, but I have lots of fun.” Local Scoop co-owner Bev Angerbauer agreed with Whitis’ assessment of the event’s “huge turnout,” and thanked Street Fair attendees for swinging by her restaurant to make its burgers, chili dogs and especially ice cream such popular orders. The first evening of the Street Fair wrapped up with the fourth annual Arlington Idol, which drew close to a dozen aspiring musicians to the Legion Park gazebo on July 8. “Oh my goodness, what talent we had,” Whitis said. “We might divide it up into age categories for next year, but people really seemed to like being able to sign up to perform right before the show.” Hannah Gould won first place for singing and keyboard-playing “Rolling in the Deep,” while Robby Treichel scored second for singing “Oh Danny Boy” and Katelyn Duskin nabbed third for singing and guitar-playing “Drops of Jupiter.”

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MARYSVILLE — Dogs of all shapes, sizes and personalities met for the 5th Annual Poochapalooza on Saturday, July 9, at Strawberry Fields Athletic Park in Marysville. Some were primped like beauty queens and some wore bibs in anticipation for the annual pie-eating contest. Others spent the day soaking in baby pools while the show-offs dazzled onlookers with their high-flying, ballcatching skills. “They all have their very own personalities,” said Arlington resident Andrea Green, who has made it to all five Poochapalooza events. “The dogs are so much fun to watch. I’ve had a smile on my face all day. Dogs do that. They make us smile. And seeing so many funny, smart dogs is great.” The Marysville Dog Owners Group, or M-DOG as it is known, put on its first Poochapalooza back

in June of 2006 as part of the Marysville Strawberry Festival. However, its location next to the Market in the Park proved to be problematic. “We found that people markets and dog shows don’t mix well,” said Doug Buell, one of the event organizers. “This year was the first time that the event was held here at Strawberry Fields. We were a little concerned that people around the region wouldn’t be able to find the new location, but judging by the turnout we had nothing to worry about.” With more than 2,000 people visiting throughout the day, M-DOG was able to raise nearly $4,000, all of which will go toward upgrades and maintenance for the Rover Off-Leash Park at Strawberry Fields. Upgrades include building an indoor-fenced area within the dog park for small dogs 25 pounds and under. The park also needs materials to repaint the its storage facility and more hog fuel which, according to

Buell, is a wood chip-style material with a high-sawdust content which will smother invasive re-growth. “This year’s Poochapalooza exceeded our expectations,” Buell said. “As one visitor put it, ‘It was off the leash.’ And the dogs were so wellbehaved.” Perhaps the day’s most important activity was the fashion show which starred 15 rescue dogs, all looking to be adopted from one of the several rescue organizations in attendance including Love-A-Mutt, Northwest Organization for Animal Help and Homeward Pets. According to Buell, more than half of the rescue dogs were adopted. “That was the most important reason that we added the Fashions and Rescues Runway Show this year for the first time,” Buell said. Other events included a doggie pie-eating contest, K-9 freestyle dancing, an agility course and a canine goodcitizens testing.

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July 20, 2011

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Stand together against fireworks My husband and I have lived in Marysville since 1980. We love our home and our community, and I can’t remember ever complaining about anything publicly before, but this year I simply can not keep silent. For days and nights prior to, and the day and night of the 4th of July, Marysville was like hell here on earth. I was awake all night and exhausted the next day, but my concern is not for myself, but for those around me. My dear 80-year-old friend who lives in downtown Marysville, and is a full-time caretaker for another elderly woman, almost had a nervous collapse resulting from nights and nights of no sleep, and trying to comfort her two dogs as they became hysterical. She called the police who were very sympathetic but told her there was little or nothing they could do. Obviously this subject has been discussed a lot, and over and over I have heard it said that the reason nothing can be done is, “The Tulalip Tribes are so powerful and so invested financially in Marysville that no one wants to offend them.” Knowing the force for good you have been in this community, I don’t want to believe that, but I have to ask, “Is this true?” If so, then there is an answer because working together I know we can do something. I have had dear and precious friends who are tribal members and so I am appealing to you for help with this problem. You, who so revere elders, many with frail bodies and worsening health concerns; think of them. To those of you who believe that animals have spirits, or are like me, animal lovers, try to imagine their terror when they have

no idea what they have done wrong, how to escape, or why they are suffering. I read of the undercover operation you conducted that discovered illegal fireworks and drugs; thank you for a job well done, it is a good beginning. You have strong leadership and a strong police force, Marysville has strong leadership and a strong police force. Please, let’s stand united and work together to end this outrage for the good of our communities. M. E. McCoy Marysville

Nelson for Arlington mayor As an Arlington resident of 3.5 years, I feel that Debora Nelson’s vision as a mayoral candidate for a vibrant and viable city that can self-generate jobs in business and tourism while honoring Arlington’s history is what I want for the future of my new hometown. My husband is stationed at Naval Air Station Everett and he will retire in May of 2013. We plan to make Arlington our home after retirement. Our children will both graduate from Arlington High School. As a business person and a resident I have seen Debora’s leadership skills in action guiding the Downtown Arlington Business Association in attracting people to our area. I feel her ideas for recreational and business use along the riverfront will add so much to the Arlington experience. I am anxious to see what the city can accomplish with Debora in elected office. Please remember to vote. M.J. Drush Arlington

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almon are incredibly productive by nature. Give them some good habitat, manage harvest carefully, and they will thrive. We’re doing a good job with the careful harvest management part of the equation, but we’re falling far short on the habitat part of the problem. Habitat destruction doesn’t kill salmon just once. It keeps on killing, every hour of every day, because it destroys the possibility that salmon can produce naturally. Our limited, highly restrictive fisheries are a clear reflection of the amount of good salmon habitat and natural productivity that we have lost. We believe that harvest and habitat must be held to the same standard, and that our conservative fisheries must go hand-in-hand with strong efforts to restore and protect salmon habitat. Instead, harvest is being held to a higher standard, and that’s not right. One of the biggest losses of habitat is caused by culverts that block fish from moving upstream. More than 2,000 culverts under state roads block access to hundreds of miles of productive habitat. Those streams could be producing thousands more salmon every year. The state let this happen despite the fact that one of its oldest laws makes fish passage barriers illegal.

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The state has known for years that these culverts needed to be fixed. In 1995, the Departments of Transportation and Fish and Wildlife told the Legislature that culvert correction was one of the most cost-effective habitat restoration strategies available. Two years later, state biologists estimated that every dollar spent in culvert correction would generate four dollars worth of additional salmon production. Recent studies confirm that fixing fish passage barriers provides us with a big bang for our money. Yet the state has dragged its heels. The agency with the most culverts, the Department of Transportation, has fixed less than 10 percent of its fish passage barriers over the past 50 years. The problem got so bad that the tribes asked the federal courts to intervene. In 2007 a federal judge issued a decision saying that our treaty-reserved fishing rights prohibit the state of Washington from depleting the salmon runs by maintaining

fish-blocking culverts under state roads. So have things changed since that court ruling? Yes — but not for the better. In the three years before the decision, the DOT fixed an average of 16 culverts each year. In the next three years, the average slipped to only nine fixes a year. Meanwhile, the number of barriers reported under DOT roads has actually been going up each year. At this rate it will take more than 200 years to fix just the DOT’s culverts. Until they are fixed we will lose hundreds of thousands of wild salmon each year. That’s important not only to the treaty tribes, but all citizens, as well as eagles, orca and many other species that thrive on abundant salmon. Sadly, the state’s lack of response is not surprising. Washington has a long history of not listening to the federal courts when it comes to tribal treaty rights. The state also has a long history of losing court cases involving those rights. Fix the culverts, state of Washington. The salmon can’t wait and neither can we. Billy Frank Jr. is the Chairman of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission.


July 20, 2011

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Shoppers, vendors enjoy Junk in the Trunk BY CHRIS TRUJILLO ctrujillo@arlingtontimes.com

MARYSVILLE — Holly White shook her head in disbelief. She just paid a meager $5 for a much-needed vacuum sweeper. And

she wasn’t the only person to escape with a hot-deal at the Marysville Parks and Recreation’s Junk in the Trunk event held Saturday, July 9, at the Marysville Municipal Courthouse. “I needed a vacuum

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Gale Flair, left, helps granddaughter Jessica Chapman raise money for college during the Junk in the Trunk event held Saturday, July 9.

sweeper so bad,” said White, a Snohomish County resident. “In fact, we were going to Sears today before we spotted what was going on here. The sweeper is in great shape, so hopefully it will last us through the summer.” More than 800 people spent time browsing through an eclectic mix of odds and ends. Some walked away with collectible art pieces and others discovered vintage tape cassettes. “The new cars don’t have tape players, but my 1985 Toyota does,” said 46-yearold Willie Jonas. “And look, the ‘Best of the Go-Gos.’ It was a blast from the past. I love it.” Fifty-seven vendors from all over western Washington participated in the inaugural event which began as an idea that got thrown around during a Parks and Recreation staff meeting this past winter.

“We were having a conversation one day and the idea got tossed around about having a garage sale of sorts,” Recreation Coordinator Maryke Burgess said. “Now we have 57 booths, but I am most impressed with the wide selection of items that are here. There’s something for everyone.” Mar ysville-Pilchuck High School senior Jessica Chapman spent the day selling her handmade knitted items in an effort to raise money for college. “I hope to add a lot more money to the amount I’ve raised for college so far,” said Chapman, who is headed to Western Washington University in 2012. “College is not cheap, so I have a lot more work to do before I graduate. But we are having a good day, so I am happy.” Mary Kiplinger, of Arlington, took advantage of the shopper-friendly priced items. When she was done,

Mar vin Lee Taylor Marvin Lee Taylor went home to be with the Lord July 12, 2011 after a battle with cancer. He was a loving father, sibling and friend and will be greatly missed. Marvin was born in Ft. Riley, KS on July 24, 1935 to James and Elva Marie Taylor of Arlington, WA. He grew up there and graduated from Arlington High School in 1954. Upon graduation, he served with the United States Marine Corps from 1954 to 1957. Marvin was a heavy equipment operator with Mobile Crane & Sellen Construction and spent time working on the North Slope building the pipeline. He spent his retirement years at his home in Lake Havasu City, AZ. He loved fishing and riding motorcycles with close friends. Marvin was a founding member of the Lake Havasu chapter of The Minutemen. He loved his country. He is survived by his children, Rod Taylor (Cindy) of Redmond, WA, Steven Taylor (Moira) of

H u n t s v i l l e, AL, Tammy Ta y l o r of Lahaina, HI and Lisa Jarrell (Bill) of Covi ng t on, WA. Marvin is also survived by his mother, Elva Marie Taylor; siblings, Jim Taylor (Joy), Larry Taylor (Jewel), Marion Taylor (Patty), Janice Schumann (Bill) and Carol Bjorg (Gordon). Marvin also has 16 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. A viewing will be held July 23 2011 at Evergreen Funeral Home & Cemetery from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Graveside Funeral services will be held on July 24, 2011 at Cypress Lawn Memorial Park at 11:00 a.m. An open house to celebrate Marvin’s life will be held following the funeral service at Arlington Heights Community Club from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. Flowers can be sent to Evergreen Funeral Home & Cemetery. Donations may be made in Marvin’s name to the Wounded Warrior Project at www.woundedwarriorproject.org

Congratulations to Heidi Klippert and gary Holboy!

Two assistant coaches for the Lakewood/Arlington High School Mountain Bike team were married at the top of Whistler B.C.’s Garbanzo zone on June 29th, 2011. Through rain and wind the couple tied the knot on the deck of the Roundhouse. Truly a wedding in the clouds, friends and family came in from as far as Boston, Minnesota, Colorado, and Washington State to share in this joyous occasion with the happy couple. Their kids “gave them away” as the wedding bunch formally joined their two families on this special day. Heidi, originally from Seattle and Gary, originally

from Mount Vernon are both educators and reside in Arlington, Washington. Mountain biking is a passion for both of them, and the happy couple could be seen biking Whistler’s trails with an entourage from the wedding, not long after the ceremony ended. In wedding garb, the couple and friends made quite an impression as they rode through mud and mist together down the mountain. Their reception was held that evening at the Brewhouse in Whistler Village. The couple continued their bike themed wedding by shredding different bike parks in B.C.

Kiplinger had spent less than $100 and walked away with a barrage of goodies, including one of Chapman’s well-crafted knitted hoods. She even gave some thought to an older car that was going for $800. “I love these events,” she said. “I looked at that car. It really was a good deal. And I am sure I could have negotiated it down for an even better price. But I decided not to. I spent my budget and I am getting away with some good stuff. I even bought some vintage toys for my nephews. They are young, so they wouldn’t

know if I shopped at Toys “R” Us or from a gum-ball machine. That won’t last, though.” For the items that were not sold, vendors had the choice to pack up and take their goods home or donate them a charity truck that was on hand. If you missed the event, don’t worry, it’ll be back next July. “We had a fabulous day,” Burgess said. “This was just the start. Next year it will be bigger because the vendors will be able to visualize what it’ll be like and they’ll have an idea about the number of people who will show up.”

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ARLINGTON — Village Community Services remains committed to giving developmentally dis-

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To show what such individuals can do when they’re given the tools and an opportunity, VCS’ “Voices

of the Village” musical performance ensemble will present a benefit concert at the Linda M. Byrnes Performing Arts Center on Aug. 7 from 3-5 p.m. The 24-member band began when professional musician Jon Dalgarn began playing his guitar for participants in VCS, which provides non-profit residential and vocational services to those with significant disabilities. “Those who participated in the interactive music program began to connect with a part of their souls that had too long gone unaddressed,” VCS Resource Development

Manager Michelle Dietz said. The group regularly performs at festivals, fundraisers and other community events throughout the region, putting in one of their most recent appearances at VCS’ “Friendship Walk” on June 25 in downtown Arlington. The Voices of the Village will be joined by standup comedian Al Foxx, who has learned to cope with life after a motorcycle accident at the age of 19 that doctors told him would render him incapable of walking, talking or driving a car normally again. Ticket prices for the concert are $10 for adults and

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THE SPORTS PAGE The Arlington Times • The Marysville Globe

July 20, 2011

Arlington grappler shines on mat BY CHRIS TRUJILLO ctrujillo@arlingtontimes.com

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Arlington’s Jeremy Nygard wins a match during the Schoolboy Duals wrestling meet in Indianapolis, Ind., held in late June.

ARLINGTON — The first time his parents brought up the sport of wrestling, the then-5-year-old Jeremy Nygard broke down in tears — and they weren’t tears of joy. It’s a story his mom Kim Nygard relishes to tell. “It was just so funny to see his expression,” Kim Nygard said. “His dad has wrestled his entire life so we thought maybe we should bring it up with him. But obviously it was too early. I love telling that story because now he lives and breathes the sport.” Today, a mere eight years later, Jeremy Nygard practices and competes nearly year-round in local and national wrestling meets. At first glance, however, you’d never peg him for a gritty grappler. But you’d be wrong. Standing no taller than five feet and weighing 83 pounds, Jeremy Nygard competes for Haller Middle School and Sabotage Wrestling Academy, which takes only the best young wrestlers from around the state. “Sabotage isn’t based in Arlington, it’s a program that takes kids from everywhere,” Kim Nygard said. “In fact, it’s hard because we have to travel all over

the state just to get him to a practice. Practices rotate but we’ve had to travel to Ellensburg and Battle Ground. That’s a lot of time spent traveling.” The hundreds and thousands of miles the Nygards travel continues to pay off handsomely. Last year Jeremy Nygard made the State Team, an exclusive squad that travels across the nation to compete in various meets. “I like wrestling on that type of level,” said Jeremy Nygard, who competes in the 77 to 84-pound weight class. “The competition is better and its helps me gain experience and improve. And I also like to travel.” At the end of June, Jeremy Nygard competed in the Schoolboy Duals held in Indianapolis, Ind. He went undefeated and earned the Outstanding Wrestler award. Recently he returned from the week-long Western Regionals in Pocatello, Idaho where he placed first in folkstyle, freestyle and greco-style. And once again he earned the Outstanding Wrestler award. “Jeremy is a young man who works harder than any kid his age that I have ever seen,” said friend Sally Rush. “He is a great role model for my boys who have been wrestling for five years or so. He

has a positive attitude on and off the mat.” For the 13-year-old Haller Middle School student, Jeremy Nygard doesn’t just wrestle. Despite his hectic wrestling schedule, he finds time to tend to his seven pigs and two cows. He sees his animals as a financial benefit. After receiving some seed money from mom and dad, Jeremy Nygard started showing his pigs at the age of three. “No, really, he started showing at a very young age,” Kim Nygard said. “We used to be dairy farmers so Jeremy has been around animals his entire life.” As for the seed money, it didn’t take him long to pay his parents back. Now he’s sitting on a nice little nest egg. “I see my animals as money,” he said. “I have to clean their stalls and feed them two times a day but I enjoy doing that.” According to Kim Nygard, most of her son’s proceeds go toward wrestling expenses, which she says can get fairly steep. “He has learned a lot about responsibility at an early age raising the animals,” she said. “He has to take care of them and then he shows them at auctions. So he has to do a lot of public speaking. It has been really good for him.”

Local gridiron standouts play in East/West game BY CHRIS TRUJILLO ctrujillo@arlingtontimes.com

MARYSVILLE — They’ve competed against each other for the past two high school football seasons. But for one week this summer, Marysville graduate Zach Schumann and Arlington graduate Blake Peterson padded up and stood side-by-side for the East/West All-Star Football Summer Classic, played on July 1, in Spokane. “It was strange playing with guys I’ve competed against,” Peterson said. “It was a lot of fun. I had a chance to get to know a lot of the guys. Zach and I got to be good friends.” The one-time foes also teamed with players from Lake Stevens, Oak Harbor, Shorecrest, Everett and Snohomish. “It was a great way to end our high-school football careers,” said Schumann, who played offensive tackle while in high school. “The game itself was a blast, but it was a little weird playing football in June and July. We weren’t used to it.”

Coaches from every conference in western Washington submitted a list to the Washington State Football Coaches Association with players they believed deserved a spot on the 25-man roster. The nominated players then filled out a form stating why they should be on the team. “It was pretty intense,” said Peterson, who played linebacker in high school. “I had to write basically an essay about myself. That’s a hard thing to do, but once I got started it went pretty well. I was just so excited about getting the opportunity to play. It’s a team that has the best players from all the schools in Washington. It was a tremendous honor.” After submitting the application, Schumann and Peterson waited two months before they found out if they made the team. “I couldn’t believe it when I found out,” Schumann said. “I was selected among some of the best players in western Washington. I was appreciative and honored.” In the end, the East defeat-

ed the West, 19-0. But the score didn’t really matter to Schumann or Peterson, who said it was irrelevant. More important was the experience they gained. The game served more as a course for college football.

The game probably didn’t improve relations between the football teams at Arlington and Marysville-Pilchuck High School, but it did unite two of their best.

“We don’t really like Arlington,” Schumann said. “But I am glad that Blake and I got to know each other. He is a good guy and I hope we stay in touch.”

“It really wasn’t a high school football game,” Peterson said. “It was more of a sign of what college football could be like. Everyone on that field is probably playing in college. The speed and caliber of players we played against was amazing.” The warm-up served the two Snohomish County athletes well. Peterson has started workouts for the Pacific Lutheran University football team. Although he hasn’t selected a school, Schumann is planning to attend and play football at a junior college in California.

“A game like the All-Star game really opens your eyes,” Schumann said. “It was completely beneficial for us. It helped us get out of the high school frame of mind. We’re going to be in college and we’ll be playing against the best from high school.”

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Marysville-Pilchuck graduate Zach Schumann, left, and Arlington graduate Blake Peterson compete together during the Washington State High School All-Star Football Summer Classic July 1, in Spokane.


July 20, 2011

The Arlington Times • The Marysville Globe

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LEGAL NOTICES CITY OF ARLINGTON ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID City of Arlington Stillaguamish Ave Overlay Project No. P02.337 Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by the City of Arlington, at the Permit Center located on the First Floor of City Hall at 238 North Olympic Avenue, Arlington, Washington, 98223, until 11:00 A.M., local time on July 28, 2011, for furnishing the necessary labor, materials, equipment, tools, and guarantees thereof to perform the project. The Work under this Contract includes a grind and overlay of Stillaguamish Avenue along with associated restriping. The Engineer’s Estimate for the project is $228,000 for base bid and add alternate. All bidding and construction is to be performed in compliance with the proposal, Contract Provisions, Plans, and Specifications for this project and any addenda issued thereto, which are on file with the City of Arlington Public Works Department. Proposals received after the date and time above stated will not be considered. Immediately following the deadline for submission, the proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud in the Council Chambers of the City of Arlington located at 110 East Third Street, Arlington, Washington. Proposals must be submitted on the form provided with the contract documents. All proposals must be accompanied by a certified check, cashier’s check, money order, or surety bond payable to the City of Arlington of the value, not less than, five percent (5%) of the total amount bid. Should the successful Bidder fail to enter into such contract and furnish satisfactory performance bond within the time stated in the specifications, the bid proposal deposit shall be forfeited to the City of Arlington. Plans and specifications may be purchased from the City of Arlington Permit Center, 1st Floor, Arlington City Hall, 238 North Olympic Ave., Arlington, Washington. PDF files on a CD ROM disk can be purchased at the

non-refundable cost of $10, hard copy prints can be purchased at the non-refundable cost of $50. Bidders shall contact Cristy Brubaker, at (360) 403-3503 or cbrubaker@arlingtonwa.gov for more information. Free-of-charge access to bidding information (plans, specifications, addenda, and Bidders List) is available through the City of Arlington’s on-line plan room. Freeof-charge access is provided to Prime Bidders, Subcontractors, and Vendors by going to www.bxwa.com and clicking on “Posted Projects�, “Public Works�, and “City of Arlington�. This online plan room provides Bidders with fully usable online documents with the ability to: download, view, print, order full/partial plan sets from numerous reprographic sources, and a free online digitizer/take-off tool. It is recommended that Bidders “Register� in order to receive automatic e-mail notification of future addenda and to place themselves on the “Self-Registered Bidders List�. Bidders that do not register will not be automatically notified of addenda and will need to periodically check the on-line plan room for addenda issued on this project. Contact Builders Exchange of Washington at 425-258-1303 should you require assistance. The City of Arlington expressly reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive minor irregularities or informalities, and to further make award of the project to the lowest responsible Bidder as it best serves the interest of the City of Arlington. No proposal may be withdrawn after the time stated above, or before Award of Contract, unless said award is delayed for a period exceeding sixty (60) calendar days after opening of the proposals. Margaret Larson, Mayor Published: July 20, 2011. #508289

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ONLY 1 LEFT! In highly sought after Sunset Hills Memorial Cemetery, Bellevue. Located in the Garden of Rest, Lot 122, Space 7, close to p a t h w a y. S e l l i n g f o r $22,000 each per Sunset Hills. We will take $ 8 , 5 0 0 o r b e s t o f fe r. Seller will pay transfer fees. Call Cindy (253)255-7032 Find your dream home at pnwHomeFinder.com

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2000 MECERDES Benz S500. One owner, only 80,000 miles & always garaged. Automatic, all p o w e r a n d s u n r o o f. Dealership maintained! Sweet pearl black paint job with light grey leather interior. Like new, excellent condition! $16,500. Seattle. Great cruiser, must see! Call for appt 206-619-2488. Pickup Trucks Chevrolet

1977 CHEVY Scottsdale, $3,850 or best off e r. 3 5 0 , 2 6 0 h p G M crate motor, factor y 4 speed, clean, 118,000 miles. Canopy, bedliner. 9OURĂĽNEWĂĽJOBĂĽISĂĽWAITINGĂĽATĂĽĂĽ G r e a t w o r k t r u c k o r street rod. Located in WWWNW ADSCOM Renton. (425)970-3348 REGISTERED Rottweil- or (425)239-1635 er puppies: Two female, Pickup Trucks c h a m p i o n l i n e s, o u t Ford standing temperament, block heads $950 & up, possible terms available. www.mystic-acres.net 360-825-7007

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Quil Ceda Village for your Summer Fun!

The Tulalip Amphitheatre is a true outdoor Amphitheatre. Check out our concert line up on: www.tulalipamphitheatre.com Take pleasure in walking around our city and stroll on over to the Seattle Premium Outlets.® We also have lots of events throughout the year. Check out our events at: www.quilcedavillage.com or if you’re looking for an indoor experience check out the Tulalip Resort Casino.

Quil Ceda Village is conveniently located on the I-5 corridor. Use exits 200 and 202 and turn west. For more information call 360-716-5010.


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