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The United States must push for the most productive work force in the world and pursue more free trade to remain a top economic power, Republican presidential hopeful and Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney told a crowd of Microsoft employees last Thursday. Romney promised to crack down on international trade “cheaters” like China
during his speech, which was held on Redmond’s Microsoft campus in front of 200 employee donors to the company’s political action committee. “As long as trade rules and regulations are fair, America can compete and win anywhere in the world,” he said. Romney’s speech was part of a tour through the Puget Sound area last Thursday, where he attended a fundraiser at the Grand Hyatt in downtown Seattle. Romney began his 20-minute speech
with a story about his failed attempt to recruit a young man named Steve Ballmer to his management consulting firm, only to have Ballmer turn him down to begin his Microsoft venture. Romney represented a tough stance on China, saying he would label the nation a “currency manipulator” for intentionally devaluing its money to push their prices down and hurt international competition. [ more ROMNEY page 3 ]
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any Eastside residents know Tom Colicchio from Bravo’s TV show “Top Chef.” Most don’t know how far his passion for ending hunger in the United States extends. Colicchio was scheduled to be the main speaker during Hopelink’s
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Reaching Out Luncheon in attendance to help Hopelink. Monday at the Meydenbauer “But it has grown worse.” Center in Bellevue to raise The event raised $1.16 money for the Redmond million for Hopelink. The nonprofit that seeks to end organization raised more than hunger and homelessness on $1 million last year from the the Eastside. But not even an same event. Tom Colicchio emergency back surgery could Colicchio told a story of an prevent Colicchio from lend11-year-old girl that he met in ing his voice to the cause. New York whose family was “I have been active for years in the living off of chips, soda and ramen battle against hunger and I am not noodles, as it was all they could afford. alone,” said Colicchio in an audio mes[ more HOPELINK page 5 ] sage from New York, while urging those
Representatives from Group Health Cooperative (GHC) presented its mixed-use plans for the 28-acre piece of land the nonprofit owns in the Overlake neighborhood at Tuesday’s Redmond City Council business meeting at City Hall. During a public hearing on the Overlake Village Master Plan, GHC showed plans that would include a mix of business and residential buildings that could include up to 1,400 residential units and 1.4 million square feet in office and retail space at the site located at 2464 152nd Ave. N.E. in Redmond. The proposed site, which was previously the campus of Group Health Overlake Hospital before it closed in 2008, would also include a 180-room hotel/conference center as well as a 2.67-acre park. Mike Hubbard of Capstone Partners, the Seattle-based real estate development firm overseeing the project, said the proposed site will be in the center of a triangle of regional activity points comprised of the future light rail station to the northwest, the Microsoft Corp. campus to the west and the regional bus transit center to the south. “We wanted to have a vision for this site,” he said. He said a large part of that vision was creating an area where people could live and work, which means creating a place where people can gather such as a park. Hubbard and his team, working closely with city staff, began their site planning with the park as a centerpiece, rather than an afterthought. He explained that they did it this way because they wanted to make sure there was enough land and space for an adequate park instead of putting it on whatever leftover land they had after the other elements were designed. Hubbard said the proposed park would be a network of open space and trails and would be developed over time. Although Overlake will be an urban center, the planning team took Mother Nature into account throughout the process. This included working an 80-foot hill climb into the design as well as figuring out how to keep as many native trees in the area as possible. [ more OVERLAKE page 2 ]
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Here is a schematic drawing of what the Overlake Village will look like and how it will be integrated with the planned light rail station (at right). Courtesy of City of Redmond
[ OVERLAKE from page 1] However plans do call for the elimination of 1,133 trees. Mark Brumbaugh, the landscape architect for the project, said this is because peeling up the existing asphalt during the construction process would destroy the trees’ root system because they are shallowly rooted. Additionally, Brumbaugh said they will have some selective preservation of existing trees, keeping in mind how tearing down buildings could affect wind patterns and potential storm damage as a result. Redmond resident Mary Wirta, who spoke during the hearing’s commenting portion, said she felt the site proposal called for too many trees to be uprooted
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during the public comment portion and voiced his approval for the project. “These opportunities don’t come along very often,” he said about developing such a large area. “I think this is a development to be proud of.” Martin added that the chamber fully supports the project because it would bring an economic vibrancy to the city that aligns with the chamber’s goals. Following the public hearing, council members voted to continue the public hearing until its Dec. 6 business meeting, during which they plan to take action. Until then, people will be able to provide input on the Overlake Village Master Plan. For more information visit www.redmond.gov.
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and didn’t have enough green space. She added that she would like to see the site include least 40 percent of green space. With all the trees that would come down, Brumbaugh said their strategy would be to replace each significant tree removed with mitigation trees at a ratio of 3-to-1 and replace each landmark tree with a mitigation tree ratio of 6-to1. This would bring the total number of trees to 3,345, which would be planted offsite on public land that has yet to be determined. Tom Martin, board chair for the Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce and senior vice president and chief information officer for Evergreen Hospital Medical Center, also spoke
The City of Redmond received the Best City Award from the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) for its Northeast 36th Street Bridge project in the Overlake neighborhood. An award presentation was given at Tuesday’s City Council business meeting and public works director Bill Campbell said, “(The bridge) is our pride and joy … to deliver this project.” The recognition came as part of the WSDOT’s 2011 Awards of Excellence, which were also presented by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). This year’s awarded projects were part of almost 300 projects completed in 2010
and highlight local and community improvements. In addition to Best City, the other categories were Best County, Director’s Award and Best Special Award. The awards recognize enhancements, construction, innovative design, environmental sustainability and community involvement. Connecting the Overlake neighborhood, the Northeast 36th Street Bridge was recognized for its publicprivate partnership between the City of Redmond and Microsoft Corp., which funded $17.5 million of the bridge’s $26 million price tag. The bridge’s landscaping and integrated design for cyclists and pedestrians were also recognized.
October 21, 2011 
Lake Washington School District seeks input on new superintendent REPORTER STAFF
The Lake Washington School District (LWSD) is seeking community input on what it should look for in its new superintendent. The districtâ€™s board of directors is embarking on its process to find a successor to Dr. Chip Kimball, who will be leaving after this school year in July to take a similar position in Singapore. The board is asking parents and community members to provide input into what they should look for in Kimballâ€™s replacement through an online survey or during a public comment period at Mondayâ€™s board meeting. â€œFinding the right individual to lead our school district is among the most important tasks we do as a school board,â€? board
[ ROMNEY from page 1] Romney said the government has the tools to crackdown on this sort of problem, but has hesitated in doing so. â€œWe donâ€™t need new legislation; we need a new president,â€? he said. Romney proposed a trade policy he called the â€œReagan Zone.â€? He characterized it as a free trade agreement, that would have even fewer barriers than the World Trade Organization. Member nations would have to agree to a number of principles including honestly valuing their currency and honoring intellectual property. Romneyâ€™s speech came as the United States passed into law three new free
president Jackie Pendergrass said in a LWSD press release. â€œWe have several very important initiatives underway as a district, such as the change in grade configuration of our schools. Given these challenges, we are trying to determine the kind of leader who will best help us complete that work.â€? The survey covers the critical issues facing the district and the background, experiences or characteristics a new superintendent should have. This feedback will help the board refine their hiring criteria for the new superintendent, according to LWSD director of communications Kathryn Reith. Parents and community members can fill out the survey through Oct. 28 by going online to the district website, www.lwsd.
org, and clicking on the superintendent survey link on the right-hand side of the homepage. So far, there have been more than 1,300 responses to the survey, according to Reith.
In addition, residents can speak directly to the board at Mondayâ€™s meeting during a special public comment period devoted to this topic, Reith said. Each person who signs up for
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trade agreements with South Korea, Panama and Colombia. Romney saluted the hard work of Microsoft employees and other private enterprises. He lauded the productivity of the American workforce. Without the greatest population and landmass, the United States has to depend on productivity and innovation to remain at the forefront of the world economy. He said their efforts will propel the United States forward into the â€œcentury of America.â€? â€œWith your work, and my work, together we can keep America as it was destined to be, the hope of the earth,â€? he said.
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This past weekend, GoGirlGo! Seattle and the City of Redmond hosted a viewing of the documentary and movement called “Finding Kind.” This is a powerful movie on the effects of bullying and/or meanness is girl world. Originally, only one viewing was scheduled at 2:30, but that event sold out very quickly. Another viewing was added at 5:15 and also sold out. Overall, 200-plus people attended this event. GoGirlGo! Seattle and the City of Redmond agreed that they would add additional screenings to their calendars. The young girls who attended this event were quite moved. Elementary and junior high girls shared their experiences of bullying and meanness, many with tears in their eyes. One girl cried about the bullying that her little sister is enduring. Another cried because of the lack of real emotion girls seem to show to one another. One mom discussed how bullying she experienced as young girl has led her to avoid true relationships with women around her to avoid getting hurt once again. Unlike physical bullying, meanness in girl world is difficult to deal with in the academic setting. Does the school have the right to punish someone for gossiping? Can they recognize the mean stares that girls give each other and administer a consequence? As parents we feel helpless to deal with the meanness in girl world. We all agreed that school personnel probably feel the same way. We as a community agreed that this meanness in the girl world must be dealt with to create a healthy environment for the young girls in our society. This change starts with girls and women pleading to be kind to one another. This doesn’t mean that we have to like everyone or have to be all smiles. This just means, as Thumper from Bambi so eloquently stated, “If you can’t say something nice, don’t say nothing at all.” Sheri Gazitt, GoGirlGo! Seattle director
Flynn is the right choice for Redmond City Council I have known Redmond City Council candidate Tom Flynn since 2003, when I joined the board of a local literary arts association called Redmond Association of Spokenword (RASP). For several years, Tom volunteered with one of RASP’s youth programs, coordinating the Young Authors Contest for grades K-6 in the Lake Washington School District. After I took over the direction of the Young Authors Contest, Tom was a loyal supporter of the program. I remember seeing him in the back of the room at Redmond Town Center Borders Books, when we had our awards ceremony there, cheering and clapping while the kids read their stories. Tom has also read at the RASP open mic and hosted a poetry reading or two at Victor’s Celtic Coffee. Over the years, we have met informally and exchanged critiques of each other’s creative prose. I was impressed with his ability to listen and to offer constructive feedback in a positive manner. I’m aware of the work that Tom has done on the city’s arts commission and most recently, on the planning commission. I know that he is interested in preserving our wetlands and parks while Redmond prepares for urban growth. Tom Flynn is a passionate arts advocate and community organizer. He has a steady, pleasant, no-nonsense style that helps both individuals and groups to focus on the matters at hand. Whatever the issues are, whatever planning and decisions the city government has to make, Tom will bring insight and focus to the table. He has the ability to get things done. Laura Lee Bennett, Redmond
Flynn truly cares about our city We need people on City Council who are thoughtful and care deeply for the City of Redmond. Tom Flynn is that type of person. Tom is running for City Council, Position 5 and is already familiar with several facets of Redmond government having served on the arts commission and more recently, on the planning commission. His interest in preserving Redmond’s amazing parks, streams, and trails; concern for controlled growth emphasizing local urban centers; and focusing on transportation options should resonate with most of the residents. He has a desire to see that the communities within the city stay connected ensuring that Redmond remain “a livable community.” Tom has been actively involved in his children’s lives coaching sports and serving on the PTSA. I find him to be passionately involved and interested in doing the right thing for those around him. As a resident of Redmond for the past 30 years, I’m excited that Tom is running for city council this November. He is an educated, soft spoken, introspective individual with a kind demeanor. I believe he will make good decisions for the residents of Redmond and I am very proud to support him with my vote and my voice. Robin Pfaff, Redmond
Time to bag your bags King County’s second annual “Bag your Bags. Bring ‘em Back” campaign brings together recycling, reuse and reduction right in your kitchen and grocery store. We all end up with at least a few single-use plastic bags at home no matter how hard we try to avoid them. Now it’s easier than ever to recycle them. Just take your plastic bags to participating grocery stores, including Fred Meyer, QFC, Top Food & Drug and the Duvall Family Grocer. Nearly 50,000 tons of recyclable plastic bags and plastic wrap ended up in King County’s Cedar Hills Landfill last year, and this program
helps us put those bags where they belong. More kinds of plastic bags than ever before are now accepted by store collection programs. Types of plastic bags and wrap you can bring in for recycling include: grocery bags, bread bags, produce bags, wrap for products such as paper towels and toilet paper, bubble wrap, dry cleaning bags, newspaper bags, and shrink wrap. The campaign is called “Bag your Bags” because that’s the way you need to do it. Loose bags get stuck in recycling machinery or cause litter problems, so always stuff your bags in a single bag, knot it up and take it in. Many folks are surprised to learn that a strong demand exists for recycled plastic bags to make products such as composite lumber. That deck you have admired at your neighbor’s house might well be made of composite lumber, which consists of plastic bags and wrap combined with reclaimed sawdust. For more information on King County’s Bag your Bags campaign, visit www.BagYourBags. com. Recently more attention has been focused on the waste and litter problems associated with plastic bags, in the Northwest and around the world. Reducing our consumption of bags by using durable bags will always be the most effective approach. But it’s bag-tastic that we now have increased recycling options as well. Karen May, King County Solid Waste
Thanks for helping my sons To the four young men at the downtown Skate Park, I’m the dad who asked you to help my two boys ride the ramp. You generously agreed to help. You kindly came to my older son’s aid when he crashed. You clapped and cheered when he got to his feet. You showed him your scrapes so he would know they were badges of honor not shame. You congratulated him when he began to ride again. You make me happy to be a part of our community. And your parents should be proud. Thank You. Robert Hartman, Redmond
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Hopelink, Top Chef personality share mission in ending hunger [ HOPELINK from page 1] But he pointed out that hunger in the U.S. is not like what most people think of: starving or skinny children in Africa. â€œ(She) and her siblings were overweight and they regularly had colds and infections,â€? said Colicchio. â€œManaging a problem isnâ€™t solving it.â€? With Colicchio not able to physically attend, Lisa Brummel, a co-owner of the Seattle Storm and chief people officer of Microsoft, stepped up to extend the message to the audience of 1,700. Brummel, dressed in a chef â€™s coat, said that she was able to talk to Colicchio and while she wanted to ask questions about Top Chef, all he wanted to talk about was ending hunger. â€œHe is on a mission to stop hunger in America,â€? said Brummel. â€œWe have a lot of things in common.â€?
She described three main areas that people need to focus on to end the problem. The first was educating others on how to farm and what goes into growing vegetables. â€œWhen you see the look in a childâ€™s eye when they put a seed in the ground and then come back to see what they have grown it is amazing,â€? said Brummel. The second issue is knowing what to eat. â€œWe are a highly industrious nation and we can produce a lot,â€? said Brummel. â€œBut a lot of it is highly unhealthy.â€? Brummel talked about educating people on what is healthy and what is not nutritious. The third part was spreading the message. â€œGrowing vegetables is not hard,â€? said Brummel. â€œYou can grow some in a pot in your home.â€? A short video described
Brummelâ€™s part in the cause with Sunnyside Farm. â€œIt was created 17 years ago and started with a few (garden) beds and a wonderful piece of land to give back,â€? said Brummel. â€œNow we produce 1,000 pounds to donate to Hopelink.â€? Hopelink is an intricate part of Sunnyside Farm, which is located in Sunnyside, Wash. â€œIt takes an organization like Hopelink to connect our organization to people who need it,â€? said Brummel. Brummel said that Colicchio wanted to leave a final message to â€œnever give up, always give what you can and push legislators because that is what it will take.â€? Hopelink CEO Marilyn Mason-Plunkett said the organizationâ€™s need just keeps growing. â€œThe reality of todayâ€™s world is that so many people are experiencing the
Mason-Plunkett. But some of the successes were also highlighted during the event, such as former Redmond resident Jonathan Dickenson, who was highlighted in one of the many videos. Dickenson told his story of being homeless as a child and living in a five-seat car with five other family members. The sight of the apartment that his family lived
in prior to becoming homeless was a stark reminder for the Hopelink board member. â€œI saw the video for the first time this morning and I got choked up,â€? said Dickenson, whose family was helped out of its situation by the Hopelink organization. For more information about Hopelink, visit www. hope-link.org or call (425) 869-6000.
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With the opening of their new store, one Redmond couple is working to prove that not all olive oils are created equal. Education Hill residents Kevin and Shirley Carder opened their store last month and as the name implies, Paradiso Olive Oils and Vinegars at 16717 Redmond Way, Suite 150 in downtown offers a variety of olive oils and balsamic and white balsamic vinegars for customers to choose from and mix and match. Kevin said one of the biggest differences between the olive oils they sell in their specialty shop and the bottles seen in grocery stores is the production process. He said the olives for their products are handpicked when they are ripe and taken to the mills to be cold pressed within hours. With other brands, the olives are usually falling off the trees and past their ripeness when they are pressed. Kevin said this method provides more oil, but olives that are pressed earlier produce better oil. â€œThe quality is increased,â€? he said. Kevin added that with
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A NEW ENDEAVOR Kevin, at 60, recently retired from his old career as a painting contractor and is the one who spends the
most time at Paradiso, while Shirley has kept her day job as a human resources manager at a digital solutions company in Seattle. Shirley said she helps her husband out as much as she can and takes care of the shopâ€™s paperwork in the evenings and on the weekends. But between her job and helping out with her parents, who live in south Bellevue, she said her main role has been just supporting Kevin. Shirley said they were both a bit apprehensive about opening Paradiso since neither of them has much retail experience â€” aside from her days in high school working as a carwash clerk. However, she said they both had customer service experience with Kevinâ€™s old career and her current one. Despite this apprehension, the couple continued with their new endeavor because they were both very excited about the prospect of opening an olive oil and vinegar shop. The idea to open a shop came when the couple was traveling in Arizona to celebrate their 30th anniversary. They had stopped by an olive oil and vinegar
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Former painting contractor opens condiment shop [ PARADISO from page 6] tasting room just before heading to the airport on the recommendation of another couple they met on the trip. “I was convinced I wanted to bring the concept back to Redmond,” Kevin said. Kevin said after a knee surgery last year, working as a painting contractor was becoming a very physical job for him. So he began looking into how he could start his own specialty shop: finding a location, looking for furniture (much of which he purchased from Borders Books in Redmond Town Center during its closing sales) and enlisting the help from friends he’d made in the construction business during his previous career. “It was just lots of kindness,” he said about all the help he received.
EXPERIMENTING Paradiso opened in early September and Kevin said things have been going well. Located on Redmond Way between 166th Avenue Northeast and 168th Avenue Northeast, he said many drivers use their shopping center’s parking lot as a shortcut through traffic and some have actually stopped in to Paradiso as a result. Although neither Kevin nor Shirley has had much experience in oil and vinegar world, they are both enjoying the learning process. Kevin has been buying a lot of pre-made salads and testing different oil and vinegar pairings. Shirley has been experimenting as well and improving her cooking skills. “I think I learn something new every day about olive oil’s benefits for us... how to pair things for unique flavors and developing recipes,” she said. “I want to share those ideas with everyone.” Shirley added that it has also been rewarding for them to have family and friends getting involved in their new business. “I can’t tell you how thankful we are for our friends who continue to help us out and support us,” she said. “Ultimately, this is our American dream that we hope we can share and grow with into our older age!”
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Parents in Redmond now have one more option when considering preschools for their children. The North Bend-based Spanish Academy has opened a new location in the Washington Cathedral located at 12300 Woodinville-Redmond Rd. N.E. in Redmond. Founder Kimberly Houde said one of the main reasons for the expansion was because many families said they would like to see a location in the Redmond and Woodinville area — unique to this location is a gym and indoor swimming pool. “We started off with this little preschool with a few kids and it’s really grown over the years,” she said. The Spanish Academy, a Spanish-immersion preschool, began 10 years ago when Houde and her family returned to the United States after living in Argentina. Her daughter was two years old at the time and accustomed to speaking and listening to Spanish and Houde wanted that to continue. She started looking into a school that would cater to her needs, but couldn’t find anything. “Ten years ago, (Spanish-immersion schools were) pretty much nonexistent,” she said. So Houde, who speaks Spanish with an Argentine accent, decided to start her own school and the Spanish Academy was born. At the school, which is open to children ages 2-5, the curriculum is taught in Spanish almost 100 percent of the time. Houde said the only time teachers speak English is when they are explaining an academic concept, addressing behavioral issues or in the case of an emergency. Houde said they use a lot of pictures, charts and other visual and tactile tools during lessons, which include letters, numbers, colors, opposites, art and nature. “It’s a very structured program,” she said. Class sizes are no more than eight students per teacher with students of all ages from 2 to pre-kindergarten. Houde said some parents also decide to keep
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As a legal advocate for the Redmond Police Department (RPD), Lena Johnson does not have an easy job. From dealing with the court system to the police, her work focuses on domestic violence victims. The Minnesota native came to the City of Redmond in January 2009 after working at a nonprofit domestic violence agency as an Americorps volunteer with the King County Prosecuting Attorneyâ€™s Office and volunteering at a crisis helpline. In her current position, Johnson, who has a masterâ€™s degree in social work from the University of Washington, said one of her largest roles is providing domestic violence victims with information such as court dates and other legal action that may be taken. â€œNot every police department (in King County) has an advocate,â€? Johnson said. â€œI feel like Redmond really utilizes that position well.â€? She said her first priority
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[ JOHNSON from page 11] been taken away by their However, Johnson said sometimes victims are financially dependent on their abuser, which adds to the difficulties. In these cases she will work with victims to figure out how to get temporary financial relief such as from family or friends.
THE BIG PICTURE Johnson said she takes a holistic approach when working with victims because safety is more than â€œgetting new locks on the door and a protection order.â€? It means giving people back the control that has
abusers. As part of her holistic approach to her job, Johnson also works closely with the RPD. Police officer Julie Beard, who has been with the department for about eight years, said Johnson makes sure to keep everyone updated on cases. This includes arresting officers, who Beard said usually donâ€™t attend court hearings or other proceedings unless they are subpoenaed. As a neighborhood resource officer (NRO) for the department she no longer responds to calls, but Beard said Johnsonâ€™s role really helped her do her job
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Beard said her job now focuses more on long-term problem solving and the help she gets from Johnson is valuable. This often involves working with repeat situations and providing people with the right resources. She admits that the repeat cases are a challenge and dealing with victims who donâ€™t know a way out can be frustrating because a history of abuse can lead a person to believe they deserve it.
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Much like The Bear Creek Schoolâ€™s stellar basketball program, head soccer coach Chad Pohlman knows that some teams in the Sea-Tac 2B League may not give his team the challenge they need to succeed at the state tournament this November. As a result, Pohlman, who also serves as the Bear Creek Schoolâ€™s Athletic Director, put together a late-season tune-up for his squad on Monday against a very tough La Conner team that placed third at the 2B state tournament in both 2009 and 2010. His Grizzlies passed the test with flying colors, shutting out the Braves 2-0 to improve to 10-1-1 overall. â€œOur goal today was just to go out and play really hard and not worry about winning or losing,â€? said Pohlman, adding that the injury bug has bitten his team worse than usual this season. â€œIt was that checkpoint in the year where we figure out where weâ€™re at and things we need to work on as we make this last push.â€?
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who have allowed two goals or less in eight of their 10 games this season. After a number of chances sailed just high or wide of the net, in addition to La Conner goalkeeper Taylor Fay making a couple of nice saves, the Grizzlies broke through in the 26th minute as junior midfielder Gabe Rongve scored unassisted from the right wing. Just before the first half ended, Bear Creek played add-on, with star forward Mark Phillips taking advantage of a clear shot off a nice
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â€œ(Phillips) is one of the best players in the state and we rely on him a lot, but, you know, we have a lot of really good players on the team as well,â€? he said. â€œA lot of guys here can put the ball in the net, and if Mark doesnâ€™t score, we have the confidence that someone else will.â€? In addition, the Grizzliesâ€™ defense put the stops on the Braves every time they had an opportunity, assisting goalkeeper Michael Worley in earning his league-leading fifth shutout of the season. â€œThe defense has gotten a lot better this year,â€? Pohlman noted. We started off the year a little shaky, but weâ€™ve been working hard every day getting better at that. We challenge these guys, and we have a lot of pride. We donâ€™t like giving up goals, and thatâ€™s one thing weâ€™ve definitely improved on.â€? Phillips admitted that even though Mondayâ€™s game didnâ€™t count towards the final standings, he understood the importance of playing a team like the Braves with the postseason looming ahead. â€œIt was just really nerve-wracking,â€? said the senior of the pressure and intensity on the field. â€œA game like this, it really gets your heart racing.â€?
CHANCE FOR REDEMPTION Last seasonâ€™s Grizzlies, after reeling off a perfect 16-0-0 regular season, fell flat in the postseason with shutout losses to La Conner (1-0)
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OVERLAKE VOLLEYBALL BEATS U. PREP Playing in a 1A Emerald City League match on Tuesday, the Owlsâ€™ volleyball team defeated University Prep in four sets, 25-8, 25-11, 20-25 and 25-20. Kirsten Parris slammed home 14 kills, followed by Emily Chambard with five. Setter Vanessa Rosato had 25 assists for the Owls, who improved to 7-3 in league play and 10-5 overall.
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If you have a son or daughter that has played soccer in the Lake Washington Youth Soccer Association (LWYSA), then chances are you have visited 60 Acres Park in Redmond, the largest soccer complex west of the Mississippi. Home to LWYSA matches as well as national tournaments and a myriad of other events, the aging park requires as much as $500,000 of maintenance and upgrade costs annually, and a new nonprofit organization is spearheading the effort to raise the funds needed to keep the park in top shape. “Our maintenance costs have now approached almost half a million a year,” explained Curt Bateman, Director of Community Development for the LWYSA’s Crossfire soccer club. “We fund that solely from user fees and our own budget, so there’s no taxpayer money that goes into this. We’d like to improve the park and there’s several things we’d like to do to make it a better place.”
MORE THAN JUST SOCCER What many visitors to 60 Acres Park may not realize is that the facility’s use goes far beyond its 25 soccer fields. “Every Wednesday during the summer, the Seattle Area Soaring Society
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located next to the popular Sammamish River Trail, which connects Eastside recreational hot spots. In addition, the park hosted the opening of the Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk for the Cure event in September last year, an event that drew 3,000 participants and volunteers, and Bateman
met with representatives from Redmond-based Hopelink last week to discuss future plans for a fundraiser, which may involve a 5K run. “It is right at 5K from Marymoor to 60 Acres, so that works out really well,” Bateman said. “We just did a food drive for Hopelink a couple weeks ago, and the donations were incredible,
something like 2,500 pounds of food. We’d like to do something really large to aid them in their quest to make Redmond hunger-free.” The park is best known for soccer, however, and as the hundreds of kids of all ages that use the facility on a daily basis from June to October can attest to, it is a vital part of the community. “Our goal with this
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October 21, 2011 
Susan G. KomenÂŽfunds
breast cancer research to find the cure
Overlake Obstetricians and Gynecologists is a group of Board Certified physicians who provide care for women of all ages for pregnancy, delivery and postpartum care as well as gynecological care. We promote preventative care and encourage women to be well informed as they make decisions about their care and treatment options.
Developing a simple, non-invasive test that can detect breast cancer at an early stage.
Certified Nurse Midwives, who provide full scope midwifery careâ€”prenatal care, labor support and hospital deliveries, and gynecological care including annual physicals, family planning, and evaluation of gynecological problems.
magine a blood test that could determine if you have breast cancer. Currently, mammograms are the best way of detecting breast cancer early. Dr. Sam Hanash, a researcher at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, hopes to develop a noninvasive blood test that would be a companion test to mammograms but more accurate in detecting breast cancer at an early stage when it is most curable. His project is funded by Susan G. KomenÂŽ, a major force in driving the breast cancer agenda for research.
Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners, who perform annual examinations, provide family planning, and evaluate gynecological problems. Infertility evaluations and treatment are offered by two of our ARNPs.
â€œKomenâ€™s funding enables us to move the discovery process forward and demonstrate and validate findings much more quickly. This research is expensive and rigorous, but the result would be a tremendous breakthrough and would bring us closer to 100 percent accuracy in detecting breast cancer through a
Expanding services to provide delivery options at two sites: Overlake Hospital Medical Center and Swedish Hospital Issaquah. This is an exciting opportunity for us to provide comprehensive care to the growing population of families on the Eastside while continuing to offer care at Overlake Hospital Medical Center.
Twenty-five percent of every net dollar donated to the Puget Sound Affiliate of Susan G. KomenÂŽ goes to cutting-edge research; the other 75 percent stays local to fund mammogram screenings, breast health education, outreach and treatment support for underserved women in 16 counties throughout Western Washington.
FIVE WAYS TO TAKE
1. Get screened. 2. Be an advocate for womenâ€™s health. 3. Volunteer your time.
4. Take charge of your health. 5. Donate to the Puget Sound Affiliate of Susan G. Komen
Learn more at komenpugetsound.org
Celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Christine L. Werner, MD will be joining our group on November 1st. She will be practicing with all of our current providers: James D. Haines, MD; Ann M. Kolwitz, MD; Michael M. Lawler, MD; Kristin J. Graham, MD; Jonathan I. Paley, MD; Katherine A. Van Kessel, MD; Desiree L. Otto, MD; Judith A. Lacy, MD; Peggy Kibbel, CNM, ARNP; Lori Loghin, CNM, ARNP; Lisa Abel, ARNP; Cheryl Axford, ARNP; Jenny Nielsen, CNM, ARNP and Jenny Brown, ARNP.
simple blood test that could be done at any clinic or doctorâ€™s office,â€? said Dr. Hanash.
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