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ARLINGTON — Ask Arlington resident Jesse Scott and he’ll tell you that necessity was the mother of his invention. However, even though Scott is an avid fly fisher, he doesn’t need to be able to tie his flies one-handed since he has the use of both his arms. When he first met Marvin Johnson, though, Johnson’s left arm had been rendered completely immobile. Scott is a Vietnam veteran who retired as a colonel in the Air Force in 1987, while Johnson was a sergeant first class in the Army who’d incurred his injuries in Iraq in 2006. When Scott met Johnson at the Madigan Army Medical Center at Fort Lewis, the

older man felt compelled to help a fellow war veteran and fly fisher. The helping hand Scott came up with would eventually be named the “Evergreen Hand,” in honor of the Evergreen Fly Fishing Club in Everett, of which Scott is a member. “I saw it as a source of occupational therapy for wounded veterans,” Scott said of the compact plasticand-metal device, whose multiple-hinged metal arm can be fitted with fine-tuning tools that attach easily to its magnetic plate. “It came about from a lot of trial and error, but I knew I needed to duplicate the movements of the shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand in moving things nearer and further, as well as in holding things so that SEE VETS, PAGE 2

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Jesse Scott examines the results of his handiwork on the ‘Evergreen Hand,’ whose multiple-hinged metal arm can be fitted with fine-tuning tools, to replace everything from the shoulders to the fingers of a missing or inoperable arm, for those who need to be tie fishing flies one-handed.

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and patients alike were invited to contribute their insights. Stanwood resident Leah TremlEllis currently goes to the Everett Clinic branch in Marysville, but she plans to start going to Lakewood as soon as that facility is open by its target date in the fall of 2012, She attended the groundbreaking because she was one of the patients whose input guided the design of the Lakewood facility. “They listened to me at every step, even about the smallest things,” said Treml-Ellis, who’d told clinic staff that she preferred to have the weight-scales in the exam rooms rather than out in the hallways, to avoid feeling selfSEE FACILITY, PAGE 19


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VETS FROM PAGE 1 its user could do the work of tying flies with just one hand.” The magnetic tools include pliers and loops, to

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Scott has been delighted to hear back from fly fishers across America and Canada who have found his design online and built their own Evergreen Hands, albeit with names of their own. He didn’t even want to patent the design until he learned from the U.S. Patent Office that someone else could claim prior knowledge of the design and prevent its production. “Fortunately, I was told that having stories about my invention appear in the local newspaper would help me prove prior knowledge,” said Scott, who’s made his design public domain. He thanked Glenn’s Welding of Lynnwood for providing the magnetic plates, as well as Norm Norlander of Kelso, Wash., for upgrading his design from wood and screws to plastic and bolts. “He was the one who told me that I should use stainless steel instead of brass, because it was less expensive,” said Scott, who’s personally built 40 Evergreen Hands and distributed them throughout North America.

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Jesse Scott made this Steelhead fly using his ‘Evergreen Hand’ one-handed fly tier. He plans to make at least a hundred more, now that he’s discovered a secondary market in former fly fishers who have suffered strokes. “This one fellow, a handsurgeon, had tried to make an electric fly tying machine for his father who’d had a stroke, but it was too cumbersome,” Scott said. “He had a degree in electrical engineering and he told me that he couldn’t believe what I’d come up with. Of course, I’m unencumbered by a significant education,” he laughed.

Scott has also teamed up with Project Healing Waters, which uses fly fishing to aid veterans’ rehabilitation, to promote his invention. “I’ll never forget this one Texas kid who’d been lacing wallets for his physical therapy,” Scott said. “He wasn’t even a fly fisher, but after he’d tied his first fly, he smiled and said, ‘I’ve laced my last wallet.’ I just hope this can make somebody’s life a little better.” To learn more, email Scott at

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Support Tolbert for A leader with Arlington mayor integrity Occasionally, a candidate for political office appears among us offering the needed credentials for a particular elected position. Such a candidate is Barbara Tolbert. Her seeking of the office of mayor of Arlington offers our community a candidate with the potential to continue the wonderful legacy of Margaret Larsen and move it forward into the future. In her capacity as Executive Director of the annual Arlington Fly-In, Barbara has shown her organizational skills as well as her dedication and devotion to Arlington. What many may not know is how involved this lady is in a myriad of volunteer efforts throughout this community: President, Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation; board of the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce and Lions Club. Past service includes the Arlington School District Facilities Committee; Director, Snohomish County Tourism Board; and recently Chair of the EMS levy committee to ensure Emergency Medical Services to our community for the future. Everyone knows that Arlington is unique among Washington cities in its citizen volunteers and its dedicated city officials. However, during the coming months and years Arlington faces some severe budgetary issues which will demand that hard choices be made. Barbara’s proven talents and experience will go a long way towards easing the way through these difficult times. Barbara Tolbert will have my vote for mayor of Arlington, I hope she will have yours, too.

One event is certain … Change … nothing ever stays the same and Arlington is no exception. The right person to pilot and manage the change is crucial to the success and livability of our community. Right now, before the citizens of Arlington is the wonderful opportunity to elect Debora Nelson as their next mayor. I met Debora over five years ago. Since that meeting I’ve come to know her as a woman with rock solid integrity and compassion for others (of which I have been a recipient). She is approachable, authentic and faithful in the little things as well as the big. She has shown her commitment and dedication to the community of Arlington by involving herself in many civic activities. Debora listens with her full attention … she is a genuine people person, which is clearly evident by her chosen vocation as a professional photographer. As part of her job, her position as president of the Downtown Arlington Business Association and long before she decided to run for mayor, Debora has made a point of having regular communication and contact with the people living in and around her community. As a result she definitely has a finger on the pulse of Arlington. Debora knows how to bring people together, build consensus and to be a mentor. She will lead with integrity and openness with the goal of seeing Arlington flourish while maintaining the “flavor” of the town.

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veryone’s known pivotal awakenings that cause things to change forever. One of mine was when I awoke to the utter stupidity of planning my life around the few days when grass is dry enough to cut. Those are also the days when one craves to be doing something else, right? So I asked myself, do I really want to spend the best days of the year yoked to a lawnmower? That, plus being empty-nesters, set us to wondering why we were clinging to the old place. A part of it was nostalgia. It was our starterhouse, designed by me, largely finished by Evie and me, landscaped, decorated and furnished by us. Our finger-prints were on every light fixture, faucet-washer and baseboard. After forty-nine years I could walk the place blindfolded. Should we leave it? That question had been working on us for the past eight or ten years. After all, the old place’s systems were aging — just like mine. We’re away traveling enough that it would be nicer to have a place we could lock up and leave without lingering fears about security. And it would be double-nice not to have a half acre of lawn and garden to keep up. So, just as we once did a few years ago, we tested the market. We engaged an agent, composed a description, set a price and sat back to let our agent field any responses. Considering there were more than a hundred homes for sale in our price range in Marysville, many of them new, we didn’t expect much. Besides, we’d be away for some days on a long-ago booked vacation to New Mexico which didn’t worry us much because nothing in real estate moves fast around here. Our changing climate sparked thoughts of relocating in the sunny



south but one day in a row of blessed sunshine put that to rest. Stronger pulls of family and enduring friendships keep us on such a short leash that a new condo development located at Lake Stevens’ north boundary seemed a better choice. At 4.2 miles from the old place, it would take only an extra five minutes to frequent old haunts. So on April 29th we listed our home at a mid-range asking price and it sold the next day with the proviso that we be out in twenty nine days. Wow! Considering that we had no other home to go to, we could have said, “Sorry, we can’t act that fast,” or we could give hearty thanks for the offer and see if one of those condos was still available. So, guided by super-agent Dan Hall, we took the offer and committed to buying the condo of our dreams. Dan and I arm-wrestled bankers and escrow people into promising closure on sale of the old and purchase of the new by Memorial Day. The weeks ahead would be a frenzy of packing and discarding. A one-day yard sale turned into something more like a potlatch. In a way it was somewhat like falling into Puget Sound. Having lived here for most of my life I’ve learned that the Sound isn’t nearly as cold when I fall into it as when I creep into its frigid shallows. It has something to do with shock. So it was with being blindsided by a lightning-fast sale. No time for fretting. We simply had a ton of things to get done, and with Dan policing

the time-line, we did it, inking the last document on the twenty-ninth and final day. The family converged on the move and ordered us to stand back. They moved, scrubbed the old place, installed furniture and appliances, and even unpacked boxes to store household things away in drawers and closets. And that was the root of an ongoing problem. We know everything is here—somewhere. We hate to buy new things when we know that the cornstarch, playing cards, my summer shorts, drill bits, and my Phillips screwdrivers will eventually surface. Some days are filled with fruitless searches for things that will choose to reveal themselves only in time. Oh, well. As is our custom when one of the Graef clan’s households faces a massive project, the troops turned what could have been a nightmare of stress and struggle into a party. After nine hours of sweaty effort I declared a halt, ordered take-out for ten and popped a few corks. They’d earned a party. Friends sympathizing with the agony of leaving a home after so long had it all wrong. The condo is a better fit for us now, the only down-side being its glistening newness and perfection. The contrast with easy living in our well-worn old place has so infected my mate that she’s morphed into a compulsive neat-freak, imposing new rules at each dropped sock or magazines left askew. Life is chaptered by moves of one kind or another. First pages of this new chapter are already filled with a comforting sense of fittingin and a wealth of congenial new neighbors. We’re gonna like it here. Comments may be addressed to

July 27, 2011

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Armed Forces Reserve Center opening delayed until fall

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MARYSVILLE — The 100,000-square-foot facility being built just south of the Navy Support Complex in north Marysville won’t be completed by its projected date this month. The $33 million Armed Forces Reserve Center at 136th Street NE has been designed to support six Reserve units and three National Guard commands, including more than 250 soldiers from the Army Reserve’s 364th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, headquartered at Fort Lawton in Seattle, and approximately 300 traditional National Guardsmen currently stationed at the Everett National Guard Armory. Army National Guard Capt. Steve Hobbs explained that an unseasonably wet spring, even by Washington state standards, delayed construction to the point that he now anticipates that Reservists and National Guardsmen will begin using the Marysville facility in September. “There’s an 80 to 90 percent likelihood of that,” Hobbs said. “The National Guard will probably train there the first weekend of the month.” Hobbs elaborated that the National Guardsmen and Reservists would train at the facility on different

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The 100,000-square-foot Armed Forces Reserve Center at 136th Street NE in north Marysville isn’t expected to start hosting Army Reserve and National Guard drills until at least September. weekends, for one weekend each of every month. He noted that these drills would be staggered to limit the inconvenience to the Navy Support Complex and the surrounding residential neighborhoods, and added that the National Guardsmen and Reservists could use the Navy Support Complex’s parking, since most of its services are closed on weekends. “We’ve spoken with the police chiefs about how not to be a hindrance,” Hobbs said. Army Reserve Capt. Christopher Larsen, public affairs officer for the 364th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, likewise touted the economic benefits of the Army center, which is expected not only to cre-

ate as many as 200 military and civilian jobs, but also to allow personnel to patronize local businesses during the weekends that they come to the area to drill. In the meantime, the Reservists of the 364th Expeditionary Sustainment Command will be ordered to active duty July 28 for overseas deployment, to support the drawdown of U.S. forces in Iraq and to manage logistics operations throughout the Middle East. According to Larsen, they’ll undergo post-mobilization training at Fort Bliss, Texas, before heading overseas sometime this fall. This will be the command’s first deployment since its activation in September of 2009. Its current home at Fort Lawton

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Communities celebrate ‘National Night Out Against Crime’

SMOKEY POINT — Local communities will again be celebrating ‘National Night Out Against Crime’ with events planned for Marysville and Arlington. After the Tulalip Amphitheatre served as the staging grounds for last year’s “National Night Out Against Crime,” the Marysville community will once again host the annual event this year. When Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring attended last year’s Night Out, alongside Marysville Police Chief Rick Smith and Tulalip Tribal Police Chief Jay Goss, he praised the event as an example of the ongoing partnership between the Marysville and Tulalip communities. That partnership will continue this year from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Aug. 2 at Comeford Park, where members of the Marysville and Tulalip police departments, as well as the Marysville Fire District and other area crime prevention agencies, will be on hand to provide information to the public by handing out

pamphlets and answering attendees’ questions at various display booths. Representatives of the Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management, Department of Corrections, Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County and Providence Intervention Center for Assault and Abuse will be joined by those from four new participating organizations — YMCA of Marysville, Camp Fire USA and local businesses Kung Fu 4 Kids and the Marysville Skate Inn — whom Smith said will be present to highlight programs and activities that create friendships and help raise morale and self-esteem in youth. Police officers and departmental staff will also share information about the K-9 unit, as well as the crime prevention efforts of the Neighborhood Watch and Marysville Volunteers programs, while custody officers fingerprint kids for child safety kits. Marysville Fire District staff will pass out hats, badges and safety literature, while shar-

ing additional information about various fire prevention and personal safety programs. “Public safety personnel have put together a great Night Out this year that will be fun and educational for the whole family,” said Smith, who added that this year’s focus is on helping young people make good choices to stay out of trouble. “Citizens and local community service organizations are important partners with police in making our community a safer place. National Night Out is our way of sharing the many benefits of crime prevention and personal safety programs available that extend well beyond one night.” Vehicles on display this year are set to include those from the Marysville and Tulalip police departments and K-9 unit, an armored personnel vehicle, and a fire truck and aid unit. Thanks to donations from the Tulalip Tribes and its resort casino, as well as local grocers and retailers, food and refreshments will

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Margaret Jane Bruff Lord Margaret Ja ne Br u f f Lord passed away peacefully on July 18. She was a descendent of the Whatcom County pioneer Slater family and a long time resident of Arlington, Washington. Her parents were Lee L. Bruff and Beryl James Bruff. Born on October 22, 1918, in Yakima, she and her mother moved to Bellingham when Margaret was ten. There she attended the Campus Elementary School and in 1936 was a member of the last class to graduate from Whatcom High School. Margaret graduated from the University of Washington where she was affiliated with Delta Delta Delta sorority. In later years, she earned a Master in Library Science from Western Washington University. In 1947, Margaret married her late husband, Millard A. Lord, and they had 63 years together. She leaves their children Susan Lord Porter (Kent) of Bothell

and Robert M. Lord of Lake Forest Park, grandchildren Marisa Porter Snyder (Brian) and Anthony Porter (Kilie) and her greatgrandson Lucas Kent Michael Porter who was born on June 17. Margaret was a dedicated teacher for 35 years in Washington state schools in Peshastin, Snohomish, Bellingham, Pullman and Arlington. She was a member of the Washington State Retired Teachers Association, Washington State School Librarians, Tri Delta Alumni, Arlington United Church, and a 50-year member of Chapter I, PEO. She gave many years of service to Camp Fire and enjoyed writing poetry, reading, and playing bridge in her spare time. The family invites those who knew Margaret to join them at the Arlington United Church social hall on August 18, from 2:00 to 5:00 PM. Donations in her memory can be sent to a charity of your choice.




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ARLINGTON — For five days, 30 boys and girls participated in the environment outreach camp P.S.I Love You at Arlington High School. The students, who ranged in ages from 11-18, learned about where water goes and what it takes with it when it reaches the Puget Sound. “I was very impressed with how ambitious the kids were,” said camp organizer Sarah Nelson of the Stilly-Snohomish Fisheries Enhancement Task Force. “They all were surprised that

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Kelsey Thomas, left, and Sidney Bach demonstrate their group’s rain garden project at the P.S. I Love You environment outreach camp held at Arlington High School. August. “We called city hall and told them what we were doing,” Shear said. “They were very interested. We want to be very proactive and get the word out about what is going on with our water.” The group of Cook, Victor and Dennis Gorelyy and Natalie Levesque also

designed a rain garden. But while on their field trip they noticed people walking in the gardens. So, they gathered rocks and placed them in the garden in order to deter people from trampling in the area. They used ecofriendly paint to decorate the rocks, which will be placed in the Arlington City Hall rain garden.







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enjoying good conversation or a night of playing cards. After 57 years in her home on Cleveland Avenue, Ella moved to Washington Oaks Retirement Center, where she spent 7 years making friends and enjoying activities. Her last two years were under hospice care at Your Bayview Home. In addition to her loving husband Lotten she was preceded in death by her six siblings and two grandchildren, Debra Bumstead and Dale Trotter. Ella is survived by her son, Don Trotter (Sue), Milwaukie, OR; daughter, Dorothy “Dottie” Bumstead (Gary), Marysville, WA; daughter, Bonnie Buse (Jim), Arlington, WA; daughterin-law, Donna Trotter, Clackamas, OR. Also sur-

viving are grandchildren: David Trotter (Katy); Dana Buckley (Gary); Lori Bumstead Thompson (Michael); Scott Bumstead (Shannon); Sally Moncrieff (Shane); Pam Paaso (Jan), and great grandchildren: Dylan and Tyler Moncrieff, James and Leigh Trotter; Parker and Sydney Bumstead, Carrie Buckley, Shannon Chu (Jason), and several nieces and nephews in North Dakota, California, and her niece Cecil McMillan Stenning (Simon), Marysville, WA. Your support, kindness and condolences have meant so much to the family during this time. We give thanks to God for her life of faithfulness and that she rests in His loving arms. Memorial Service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Sunday, July 24, 2011 at Immanuel Lutheran Church 2521 Lombard Ave, Everett, WA 98201. Reception follows. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Snohomish County, Immanuel Lutheran Church, or a charity of your choice.

July 27, 2011

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LEGAL NOTICES SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF: ALBERT GEORGE BOWLES, Deceased. NO. 11-4-00976-4 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS 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 RCW 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION: July 27, 2011 Sally M. Bowles, Personal Representative Attorney for Personal Representative: David E. Duskin, WSBA #5598 Address for Mailing or Service: P.O. Box 188 22422 S.R. 9 N.E

Arlington, WA 98223 Court of probate proceedings and cause number: Snohomish County Superior Court, Cause No. 11-4-00976-4 Published: July 27, August 3, 10, 2011. #510736 City of Arlington Public Works Administration Notice of Public Hearing Adoption of Water Comprehensive Plan A public hearing will be held before the Arlington City Council on the below listed date. The purpose of the hearing will be to hear public testimony regarding the adoption of the City of Arlington Water Comprehensive Plan 2010 - 2016. The Plan evaluates water supply and distribution capacities against forecast water demand, describes water utility operations, identifies capital improvement projects, and establishes water use efficiency goals as required by State regulations. City Council will consider public comments prior to a vote on proposed ordinance adopting the Comprehensive Plan and its water use efficiency goals. HEARING DATE: August 1, 2011 HEARING LOCATION: City Council Chambers, 110 E. Third, Arlington, WA 98223 APPROVAL PROCESS: Public Hearing, review and adoption by the City Council. STAFF CONTACT: Public Works Administration (360) 403-3526 The City invites any interested persons to either testify orally at the hearing or provide written testimony at or prior to the hearing. Anyone wishing to request a copy of this notice or review the City of Arlington Water Comprehensive Plan and proposed resolution may do so during normal business hours at Arlington City Hall - Permit Center (9 a.m.-5

p.m.) Monday-Friday, First Floor, Arlington City Hall, 238 North Olympic, Arlington, WA. Copies will also be available on the City website. The City invites any interested persons to either testify orally at the hearing or provide written testimony at or prior to the hearing. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS: The City of Arlington strives to provide accessible meetings for people with disabilities. Please contact the ADA Coordinator at 360.403.3441 or 1.800.833.8388 (TDD only) prior to the meeting date if special accommodations are needed. For information about the Arlington City Council Agenda contact the City of Arlington - Executive Dept. at 360. 403.3441 or by visiting the City of Arlington website at Published: July 27, 2011. #509529 Invitation to Bid Smokey Point Medical Center, LLC 1415 East Kincaid Street Mount Vernon, WA 98273 Project: Cascade Skagit Health Alliance Medical Office Building Interior and Exterior Signage Smokey Point Medical Center, LLC, a limited liability company having two members, Skagit County Public Hospital District No.1 and Snohomish County Public Hospital District No. 3, each a Washington municipal corporation, is requesting sealed bids from signage contractors to perform, for a stipulated sum, the work specified in the Bidding Documents and Contract Documents for the project identified as: The Cascade Skagit Health Alliance Signage Project. This is a public works project pursuant to

Chapter 39.04 RCW and other provisions of state law. All Base Bids must be submitted on the basis of the Contract Documents and shall incorporate therein all the laws of the State of Washington. Submit bids Attention: Kathy Harris, Administrative Assistant (360)-618-7811. Alternatively, sealed bids may be handed to Kathy Harris, Administrative Assistant, or her designee during normal business hours at the administrative reception area of Cascade Valley Hospital. Whether mailed or hand delivered, bids must be received before 1:30 pm, Pacific Standard Time on Wednesday August 17, 2011 (the “Bid Opening Day”). No faxed bid proposals will be accepted. Each bid shall be accompanied by a bid security in the form of a certified check, cashiers check, postal money order or security bond made payable to the order of Smokey Point Medical Center, LLC, for a sum of not less than 5 percent of the amount of the bid. Incomplete bids and bids received after the day and hour stated above will not receive consideration. No bidder may withdraw his/her bid after the date and hour set for bid submittal unless the award of the contract is delayed for a period exceeding sixty (60) days. Substitution requests will not be accepted during the bid process beyond 10 calendar days prior to the bid opening. Those clearly marked and sealed bids that are timely received as specified above will be opened at 1:30 pm PST and publicly read, on the Bid Opening Day, in the Rainier Conference Room, Cascade Valley Hospital, 330 S. Stillaguamish Avenue, Arlington Washington and the apparent lowest responsible bidder will be an-

nounced. Smokey Point Medical Center, LLC will then review the proposals and request qualifications of the apparent lowest bidder per section “00 21 14 Bidder Responsibility Criteria” of the contract documents and determine if the lowest apparent bidder meets the published responsibility criteria. As part of this review, Smokey Point Medical Center, LLC may request an interview with the low bidder. Once Smokey Point Medical Center, LLC confirms the lowest responsible bidder, Smokey Point Medical Center, LLC shall then promptly proceed with the awarding of the contract to the lowest responsible bidder. If the apparent low bidder is determined not responsible based upon the criteria published in the construction documents, Smokey Point Medical Center, LLC will request qualifications of the next low bidder. Smokey Point Medical Center, LLC reserves the right to reject all bids and waive any informality in the proposals. Free-of-charge access to project bid documents (plans, specifications, addenda, and Bidders List) is provided to Prime Bidders, Subcontractors and Vendors by going to and clicking on “Posted Projects”, “Public Works”, and “Smokey Point Medical Center, LLC”. The 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 “SelfRegistered 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 with the access or registration. Bid documents are also available for review at the following plan centers: • Builders Exchange of Washington, Inc. 2607 Wetmore Avenue, Everett, WA. 98201. A Pre-Bid Meeting will be held at the Cascade Valley Hospital, Rainier A & B Conference Room, 330 S. Stillaguamish Avenue, Arlington, Washington on Wednesday August 3, 2011 at 2:00 PM. Attendance is not mandatory to be eligible to bid. Please contact Andy Hall or Devin Saylor of Botesch, Nash and Hall Architects., P.S. at 425-259-0868 for further information. Published: July 27, 2011. #510228

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Pleasing your spouse requires that you first learn what pleases your spouse, is it any different with God? Sometimes the things we do “for God” are really just things we do because we enjoy them, like the fellow who got his wife a new fishing pole for her birthday when what she really wanted was jewelry.

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July 27, 2011

The Arlington Times • The Marysville Globe

Sharon B. Hodges was born to Clarence and Anna Christiansen on April 26, 1942 in Plentywood, Montana. She went home to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on July 20, 2011. As a child, Sharon lived with her family on a wheat farm in Westby, MT then moved to Antelope, MT where she graduated from High School. She then took nursing and secretarial classes and got a job in Great Falls. Attending church there, she met the love of her life, Donald R. Hodges. They were married on June 12, 1965 and moved to Washington. A dedicated wife, Sharon worked at a phone company, while Don completed dental school. In 1970 they came to Arlington with a four-year-old child,

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opened a dental pract ice, a nd boug ht a house, while expecting a baby (unbeknownst to them, she was expecting twins)! Placing family first, she left her job to care for her children. Generosity personified Sharon’s life; she found joy in serving others. Her greatest treasure was her family and friends; and her greatest joy was cuddling a newborn. Sharon helped in a daycare, taught Missionettes (a young girls’ Christian club), served as a kitchen head for church social functions and worked as her husband’s dental office manager,

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short by a fall that resulted in a fatal head injury. She leaves behind her devoted husband of 46 years, Donald R. Hodges, three children: Rebecca Wesson (Allen), David R. Hodges (Jami), and Crystal Bates (Chris); nine grandchildren: Aritha, Tiyani, and Danik Fernando, Aly, Joshua and Jacob Hodges, Caden, Cody and Cameron Bates; four siblings: Marvin Christiansen (Norma), Glenn Christiansen (Vivian), Vi Cotter (Ed) and Mary Ellen Holt (Ben); and many other nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents and baby brother (Robert ). A memorial service to celebrate her life will be held at Arlington Assembly of God church on Friday, July 29th, 2011 at 2:00.

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