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State parks budget is in peril
A century’s worth of memories
by MEREDITH M. GRIFFITH Staff reporter
Orcas Island resident Maurine Taylor turns 100 by COLLEEN SMITH ARMSTRONG Editor/Associate Publisher
Maurine Taylor has advice for anyone with aspirations of living to 100: be happy. “Every day put together the best attitude you can and have a cocktail,” says the 99-year-old Orcas resident. On Oct. 10, Taylor will celebrate a century of living during a party with her two sons, three grandchildren, eight great-grand children and a long list of Orcas friends. “With any luck, the new baby will be there at the party,” her son Steve said. “That is the only great-grandchild she hasn’t met.” Maurine has a lot of pals on Orcas, where she spends her summers. She goes to the Orcas Senior Center luncheons twice a week (on Oct. 11 she will be treated to cake and ice cream) and most of her days are spent visiting good buds around the island, going to the Exchange and taking rides on the ferry. In Palm Springs, her winter locale, she enjoys golfing. One of Maurine’s favorite activities is finding dolls at the Exchange. She began collecting dolls because “she thought she needed some cheerleaders,” says
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Above: Maurine Taylor with her doll collection. Right: A letter from President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, congratulating Taylor on reaching 100 years. her caregiver Mai McNamara. Looking back on her 100 years of living, Maurine is most proud of raising her children and being able to speak French. Although she did not attend college, she was adamant that both her sons go to university. Maurine has been coming to Orcas from May through October for the past 40 years. Her husband, a lawyer in Seattle, passed away 30 years ago. She has maintained independence for decades, only recently hiring caregivers. In addition to McNamara, who spends the day with Maurine, caregiver Sharie Horne lives in the guest house. Maurine has been free of any major health issues and McNamara says she is
“strong as a horse.” President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden sent Maurine a congratulatory letter for her centenarian achievement. When discussing the letter, she beamed with pride. “Amazingly for her age, she is up for anything,” McNamara said. “Maurine is a real example of what you’d want to be when you reach 100. She’s a firecracker.”
Charter Review to 2011 examine government ELECTION by SCOTT RASMUSSEN County reporter/Journal editor
Fine-tuned. Overhauled. Tossed out altogether. The choices will be almost limitless when the soon-to-be-created Charter Review Commission gets around to conducting its review of San Juan County’s Home Rule charter, and then offers up a list of recommendations as to what that guiding document ought to contain in the future. “There’s no real limitation on their authority or on what they can do,” Prosecuting Attorney Randy Gaylord said of constraints on the review commission. “That
means they can even recommend a return to the commission form of government.” Voters will select a total of 21 people to serve on the commission as part of the November election. Ratified by voters in 2005, the county charter ushered in sweeping changes in the way local government is structured, how it operates and in the amount of access and influence islanders can have over decisions made by the county’s elected legislators, primarily through the process of initiative and referendum. The charter stripped the former county commission of its exec-
utive powers – management of county personnel and day-to-day business – in favor of an administrator serving at the pleasure of the county council. It divided the county’s previous three legislative districts into six, with a mostly equal number of residents in each and allowed for each district to elect a representative of its own to the county council, while at the same time doing away with county-wide elections for the county’s legislative body: the council. But that’s not all. The charter also turned the three former commissioner positions into six nonpartisan, part-time posts, and created a citizens’ salary commission
to determine how much the county should pay its elected officials. San Juan Island’s Greg Hertel, a former member of the Board of Freeholders, which created the charter, maintains the amount that the county’s part-time legislators are paid – $35,000 a year plus benefits – and the influence of the salary commission are two areas that the charter review commission should revisit. That’s too much money for part-time work and encourages council members to become too involved in areas in which they needn’t be, Hertel said. The former chairman of the freeholders, George Johnson of San Juan Island, is among eight candidates competing for three positions from District 1. Knowing there would be a chance to make changes five years down the road,
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State senator and Orcas Islander Kevin Ranker says it’s possible that Moran State Park is in jeopardy, despite the newly implemented parking passes aimed at bringing in more revenue. Bleak news from Olympia last week announced that state revenue will fall another $1.41 billion short of earlier projections, following a $4.6 billion reduction in the 20112013 budget that took effect July 1. Now Gregoire has scheduled a special session in November, requesting additional five and 10 percent cuts to state agencies. “Of the $35 billion [previous state] budget, all but $10 billion is restricted,” said Ranker. “Only $10 billion is available for cuts … the only areas we can cut are the areas that matter most to our communities … and that becomes very difficult.” State parks are expected to become completely self-sustaining by July 2013, with $17.3 million in “bridge funding” allocated in the last version of the budget.
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Long-time pastor Lindsay retires Orcas author hosts
Pastor John Lindsay. by RITA LAROM Special to the Sounder
Frequent flyer miles have not been awarded to â€œflyingâ€? Pastor John Lindsay during his 11 years of service to The Lutheran Church in the San Juans, but he has certainly accumulated them. The pastor has anxiously peered through the fog, rocked with the wind, and watched rain bounce off the wings as Jackie Hamiltonâ€™s Island Air carried him to congregational branches on San Juan, Orcas and Lopez Islands during 1,300 flights. After traveling in
the air or on the water to fulfill pastoral responsibilities, Lindsay is now retiring. A reception in Lindsayâ€™s honor will be held on Oct. 2, 1:30 â€“ 3:30 p.m. at Grace Episcopal Hall on Lopez for all who wish to join the celebration. In addition to Lindsayâ€™s full schedule of travel, delivering sermons and attending ecumenical and island events, he has acted as his own secretary. His book and film studies, open to the community, have wrestled with complex questions. Lindsay has relied on several pinchhitters in the pulpit as he has tried to cover his clerical bases subject to the whims of weather and the ferry system. One memorable Christmas Eve, Morry Dalton, a retired Lopez pastor, received a late night call. Aboard a grounded ferry and responsible for the midnight service at Center Church, Lindsay requested Daltonâ€™s assistance. Technical challenges with cell phones and moody computers were finally met and the planned homily was in Daltonâ€™s hands just in time. â€œHe is always prepared and his ability to meet the logistical challenges in the San Juans is remarkable,â€? Dalton
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said. â€œHis writing pastoral thoughts in island newspaper church ads are apropos for the times. His influence is community wide.â€? â€œHe was more somber earlier this year,â€? said Dick Schoenman, the Lopez escort for Lindsay. â€œSinus infections plagued him while his father and brother suffered terminal illnesses and died days apart.â€? No stranger to unique or remote situations, Lindsay served in Sitka, Ala., for seven years and in White Center, Seattle, for 19 years before moving to Friday Harbor. Lindsay and his wife, Kathryn, were married in 1968 before he started seminary. Kathryn has enjoyed gardening and expanded her art interests to photography while living in the San Juans. â€œIâ€™m looking forward to having my husband available again,â€? Kathryn said. The couple has two daughters and a young grandson. With more time together, they plan to explore the islands and the Pacific Northwest. â€œIt will be enjoyable to step out of the role,â€? John said, â€œand just be an ordinary couple while we decide what weâ€™ll do next.â€?
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Boatworks owner wrestles with fire dept. and county over water by COLLEEN SMITH Editor/Associate Publisher
For more than 20 years, a Deer Harbor pond was the designated water source for fire suppression at the Deer Harbor Boatworks. Owner Michael Durland has been in a tug-of-war with the county and the fire department since 2008, when that pond, owned by a neighbor of Durlandâ€™s, was suddenly no longer available. He says he has been mistreated by both the department and the county. â€œThis has not been fair,â€? Durland said. In the late 1980s, the Orcas Fire Department agreed that Durland could designate a pond on a neighboring property as his fire suppression water source. He installed a â€œpumper nippleâ€? so fire trucks could directly draw out the pondâ€™s water. In 2008, when the pondâ€™s owners rescinded use of their property and asked that the pumper nipple be removed, Durland says fire chief Mike Harris told him it wouldnâ€™t be a problem because modern fire equipment did not require a pumper and the pond was still a preferred source of water for the Deer Harbor area. Fire districts have the right to use any water source in the event of a fire. But Durland says in June of 2011, chief Harris changed his mind and said the pond was not available for the Boatworks and a new source of water was required. Harris offers a different version of events. â€œYes, I told him that we now had equipment that
didnâ€™t need a pumper nipple, but I also said that we couldnâ€™t predict what truck would be there at the time of a fire. The equipment we have at the new Deer Harbor station is not able to get water without a pumper nipple.â€? Harris says the original arrangement of getting water from the pond would not have been approved had he been chief at the time. In addition, the pond was recently drained for service and maintenance. â€œWe need water on-site, not 150 feet away,â€? Harris said. â€œThis is not a penalty for Michael. We have a better chance of fighting a fire on his property if he has a water source on site. He has a very large, very flammable commercial occupancy. Itâ€™s one of the largest fire threats on Orcas. I need the water supply there to have the best chance possible. If
he was opening a brand new commercial occupancy, heâ€™d have that same requirement (of on-site water).â€? The Deer Harbor station houses an ambulance, water tender, and WASP unit. Harris says the water supply in Deer Harbor is â€œspottyâ€? and depends on what ponds are available. Wyndham Resorts, which owns the Resort at Deer Harbor, has also designated a fire hydrant for the department to use. In a county memo dated Aug. 29, 2011, code enforcement officer Christopher Laws wrote: â€œIt was 570 days (approximately 1.5 years) from the date that Mr. Durland was informed he no longer had access to the pond to the date of his water tank application submittal; during that time Mr. Durland received at least seven official letters from either the San Juan
County Fire Marshals or the San Juan County Code Enforcement officers, concerning his non-compliance, and four deadlines to respond or comply â€“ which he either did not respond to or act.â€? The county brought an injunction against the Deer Harbor Boatworks on Aug. 19. Prosecutor Randy Gaylord requested the facility be shut down until a water tank was installed. â€œHis permit requires him to have a source of water flow either from a tank or a fresh water pond,â€? Gaylord said. â€œThe fire marshal brought it to our attention and asked that the county take action. This was the way to bring it to a head as soon as possible because of the potential fire danger.â€? Durland says he was in the process of putting in a water tank, but the permit had not yet been approved.
There is no negotiation. We have told him his tank is not a utility.â€? Durlandâ€™s tank would hold 30,000 gallons of potable water for fire protection and another 20,000 gallons for industrial, commercial, and residential uses. â€œIf there is a fire, I am not going to deny them (the fire district) use of the water,â€? Durland said. â€œBut if they use it, I want them to refill it because itâ€™s coming from our well.â€? Harris said he would accommodate that request. â€œI am responsible for returning equipment in the status it was in when we borrowed it in an emergency,â€? he said.
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Editorial Standing up for Orcas
tâ€™s time to defend the honor of Orcas Island. If you read the mean-spirited Seattle Weekly blog about Orcas Island last week, you were likely left with a feeling of â€œWhat? He canâ€™t possibly be serious!â€? We generally find our island the subject of stories like â€œOne of the top 10 places to see before you dieâ€? or â€œParadise found on Orcas Island.â€? Instead, Orcas was the subject of this five-page blog on seattleweekly.com: â€œWelcome to Orcas Island: Keep The F--- Off My Property.â€? Ouch. Instead of balancing his countless photos of â€œno trespassingâ€? signs with the many places that ARE available to the public, the writer painted a grim picture of Orcas Island: we want your tourist dollars but not your footprints. Itâ€™s sad that this visitor, who is also a journalist, interpreted our community this way. Private parking lots and private property are just that: private. What about Moran State Park? Crescent Beach? Turtleback Mountain? Land Bank trails? Farm tours? Weâ€™re curious: what communities donâ€™t have fences and no hunting or no trespassing signs? Itâ€™s a sense of entitlement displayed by some visitors to our island that has produced this apparent proliferation of unfriendly signage. Ask any long-time islander, and he or she will likely relay a story of â€œone time this person camped out in my backyardâ€? or â€œbecause my driveway is near town, people turn around in it all the time.â€? When you are part of a small community inundated with visitors, balancing the â€œwelcomeâ€? sign with the â€œrespect my propertyâ€? sign is a challenge. We hope future visitors arenâ€™t deterred by this blog. All of the San Juan Islands offer plenty of public hiking trails, beach access, and outdoor activities. While we may not want you on our property, we welcome you to explore our islands.
Sounderâ€™s election series
tâ€™s going to be a big one. This Novemberâ€™s election has several major initiatives and a long list of candidates for various positions. The Sounder and Journal are here to keep you informed. This weekâ€™s issue is the start of our â€œElection 2011â€? series. The first installment features a story on the upcoming Charter Review (page 1). Next week, weâ€™ll highlight the pros and cons of the land bank real estate excise tax renewal, the solid waste parcel fee and Orcas School Districtâ€™s one-year capital projects levy. The Oct. 12 edition will list the candidates for the charter review commission, Orcas, San Juan, Lopez, and Shaw school districts, fire protection districts, Port of Friday Harbor, Lopez, and Orcas, town of Friday Harbor offices, hospital district, park and rec districts, water districts, and cemetery districts. Weâ€™ll also give you a recap of the aforementioned initiatives: charter review, land bank tax, solid waste parcel fee, and school levy. Ballots are mailed on Oct. 19. Take the preceding weeks to educate yourself and form an opinion before you complete the most important step: voting.
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To the Editor: Thank you, Orcas Fire I would like to thank Patrick Shepler, Chad Kimple, Rita Harvey, Seth Ybarra, and everyone else from our illustrious Orcas Island Fire Department/EMS for their care, concern, and highly professional actions related to my sudden heart condition last Saturday, Sept. 10. Their prompt reaction to my sudden appearance at the Eastsound Fire Station, including dispatch of airlift and their incredible crew for a fast helicopter ride to Bellingham, probably saved my life. Although I was disappointed at having to cancel my narration on the museumâ€™s Cruise Into History the following day, these folks essentially prevented my own â€œcruise into history,â€? for which I will be forever thankful. A second emergency call and helicopter flight on the 15th reinforced my belief that my life was in good hands. We have a lot of wonderful people in our island community, but these folks are the finest, in every way. Iâ€™ll never be able to thank them enough. Check your cholesterol! Tom Welch Olga
Goodbye, Orcas To the wonderful community of Orcas Island, both John and I send heartfelt thanks for 30 years of friendship, generosity and fun times. My beloved dog and cat will accompany me to Vermont where I will reside with many wonderful memories of the family, neighbors and co-workers I leave behind. My love to you all. Maureen and John Hannan Orcas Island
Thoughts on 9/11 I had the privilege of attending two events organized around the 10th anniversary of 9/11.The first was Sunday morning (the 11th), at the Eastsound Fire Hall. With respectful devotion, we shared a tribute to the lives of the 9/11 firefighters and their families. Those who worked at Ground Zero on that fateful day, either died or lived on with the traumatic con-
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sequences. It was an honor to be invited, emotionally and spiritually, to recall where we were on that day 10 years ago, bridging to what brought us together now. It isnâ€™t every day that we can look at a neighbor, or any other individual in our entire country, and ask, â€œwhere were you on the day we all shared this tragedy? And, how has this changed your life?â€? I hope that we really listen to each other. A collective healing emerges where people gather to remember this turning point of destiny. The second event was Sept. 12 at the Oddfellows Hall. Barry Neville hosted the documentary â€œ9/11: Explosive Evidence â€“ Experts Speak Out.â€? Developed by Architects & Engineers for 9-11 Truth, it was full of expert perspectives from highrise architects, structural engineers, fire safety engineers, and demolitions specialists. About 50 locals were in attendance. Twenty-five or so followed the viewing with a group conversation, moderated by Fred Klein. In future meetings, Iâ€™d like to explore deeper issues related to post-investigative accountability for the World Trade Centerâ€™s collapse. Ten years after the fact, official conclusions omit the vital eyewitness and first responder reports. It takes courage to question our personal and collective world view of who we think we are as Americans. I hope we can heal where misinformation has prevailed, causing us to contract in fear or act out of integrity. We, the people of our Constitution, can require an independent investigation of the evidence, for an honest accountability. The Statue of Liberty still stands in New York Harbor, a gift to remind us of our role to maintain the light of true freedom for all. A
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Be involved with the CAO process I first became involved in the countyâ€™s critical areas ordinance update when I attended a meeting on Orcas in 2009 at which the county planner announced that a relatively small number of parcels would be affected by the new rules. Based on what I knew at the time, I found that difficult to believe. Based on what Iâ€™ve learned since, I know it is not and never was even close to true. Since then we have heard an evolving series of statements that give folks who will be affected by these rules the false impression that the CAO and SMP warrant little concern. Notably: t i0OMZ B GFX QBSDFMT XJMM CF affected by the new, more restrictive rules.â€? In fact, county GIS data indicate that the great majority of all parcels in the county will be affected by proposed CAOs to some extent. t i5IJT XJMM POMZ BGGFDU OFX development.â€? To the contrary, the proposals greatly restrict not only new development, but also activities that will be permitted in buffer areas on any parcel. ti:PVXJMMCFBMMPXFEUPLFFQPO doing what you are doing.â€? In fact, that will depend on what the county does to protect â€œnonconformingâ€? structures, uses, and activities. t i8F NVTU EP AUIJT PS AUIBU UP satisfy the Department of Ecology or the growth board.â€? In fact, the
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Church Services EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL Parish of Orcas Island Eastsound (by the water) Bishop Craig B. Anderson, Rector SUNDAYS: Holy Eucharist 1st Sunday in month - 10:00 a.m. Other Sundays - 8:00 & 10:00 a.m. Church School & Nursery THURSDAYS: 12 noon Rectorâ€™s Forum & Holy Eucharist 376-2352
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH ORCAS LOPEZ ISLAND St. Francis Church in Center Church Eastsound Mass 4:30 p.m. Saturday Mass 1:00 p.m. Sunday
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 10:00 a.m. Sunday 7:00 p.m. Testimony Meeting First Wed. of the month Orcas Elementary School Library 376-5873
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PARKS FROM 1 In 2007-2009 state parks was allocated a general fund of $98.5 million; in 20092011, just $43 million â€“ and in 2013 that amount is slated to drop to zero. In 2007-2009 parks raised $36.9 million in fees and donations to fill out its
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overall budget of $135.4 million. In 2011-13, with the new Discover Pass in place, parks must generate a whopping $116.1 million to meet a $133.4 million overall budget. With the most recent orders from Gregoire, itâ€™s likely that some of the current $17.3 million bridge funding will vanish, too. Ranker will serve as the lead on the senateâ€™s Natural Resource Budget, evaluating agencies including state parks, the departments of ecology, natural resources, fish and wildlife and agriculture. While Ranker said he would hate to reduce the parksâ€™ bridge funding, â€œI donâ€™t see how thatâ€™s possible; everybody is going to be cut,â€? he said. What that could mean for state parks is still unclear. Ranker told the Sounder that park closures are a possibility, but staff hours will be targeted for cuts first. Ranker also said he is still working on calculating a number for a viable, if pared-down, state parks
budget. â€œDiscover Pass is not bringing in the revenue so far that we hope it will,â€? he said. â€œWe still have to do some tweaks.â€? In its first two months of existence, July and August, the pass raised $5.2 million. Washington State Parks public affairs director Virginia Painter said legislative projections anticipated $64 million in revenue for the biennium. Washington State Parks receives 84 percent of the pass revenue, with the remainder supporting the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and the state Department of Natural Resources. â€œThe reality is, we have to raise money from the Discover Pass to keep our parks open,â€? said Ranker. â€œWe are not going to get rid of the Discover pass.â€? Asked for her thoughts on the future viability of state parks, Painter replied, â€œWeâ€™re seeing that we need to continue education. Itâ€™s too early to tell. The Washington State Parks and
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set. He said advocating for greater change, such as consolidating departments and eliminating elected positions, could have sparked a backlash. Still, Johnson believes county government could
Recreation Commission is saying, â€˜Weâ€™re not going to do any wholesale closures of parks; weâ€™ll do service reductions and hours reductions.â€™ Right now they are not talking about closing parks.â€?
â€˜Economic driversâ€™ Ranker called Moran and Lime Kiln State Parks â€œserious economic drivers for our communityâ€? that support countless jobs by drawing visitors nationwide to spend money at county establishments â€“ some continuing a step further to purchase property and pay local workers to build their homes. â€œWe are going to make additional cuts, and we are going to make drastic cuts,â€? Ranker said. â€œBut I will not support another all-cuts budget.â€? He mentioned closing â€œtax loopholesâ€? as a potential way to raise revenue in the long-term and possibly reduce the amount of cuts required, saying keeping the parks open is a high priority.
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become more efficient and, like Hertel, that it may be better off if more constraints were placed on members of the council. â€œWe were afraid if we changed too many things people wouldnâ€™t vote for it,â€? he said of the 2005 election. â€œAnd having a council giving up power would mean delegating more to the administrator, staff and the advisory committees. Well, that was obviously naive.â€?
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Orcas Senior Center to celebrate 10 years by MAGDALENA VERHASSELT Special to the Sounder
The senior center in Eastsound will celebrate 10 years of existence in 2012. How time flies! To keep the center running and in good repair, the advisory committee spends a good amount of time in planning and fundraising for any repairs and additions needed, as well as making certain that the lights are on and the heat works. Have you seen the renovated Lundeen Room yet? The bathroom doors will soon be equipped with automatic door openers, and the foot care site will soon move into more adequate quarters. In addition to serving seniors, the center also functions as a community space, where meetings, classes and private affairs are held. Advisory committee members can serve two three-year terms and do not have to be seniors. We currently have 15 members on the committee and we are looking for more participants. Our major fundraisers are Grannyâ€™s Attic in April, with six weekly meetings prior to clean and price donated items, and full day participation on the day of the event. We also organize the Festival of Arts at the end of November. We invite local artists to sell their art at the center, and play host to the community with a
silent auction, bake sale and panini at lunch time and coffee all day. Additionally, we sell the â€œOrcas on the Goâ€? coupon book since 2010 starting June 1, which means we approach local merchants to participate from January to March. Many of you own the current coupon book and are using it. Our standing committees include: financial, road and landscaping, in addition to the fundraising committees, such as coupon books, Holiday Festival of Arts and Grannyâ€™s Attic. So, does this sound like a cause to you? I certainly hope so! However, if you are not the â€œcommittee type,â€? there are more opportunities to get involved with the center! One of our newest activities is the â€œHigh Teaâ€? held on the second Wednesday from October to June. We serve tea, finger foods and sweets to our seniors. Itâ€™s a very elegant affair, with china and tablecloths. Come join us for that! Or become a volunteer with Hearts and Hands, working with Betsy Louton, who will join you with a senior needing some company or small services. If you have any questions, please call me at 376-3761 and I will be able to explain more. Magdalena Verhasselt is Chair of the Orcas Senior Center Advisory Committee.
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The Good News by DIDIER GINCIG
There is plenty of good news in the world of volunteerism contributing to Orcas Islandâ€™s strong and healthy community. Itâ€™s uplifting to know there are people who give their time, be it with a service organization, cooking a meal for someone in need, or offering their time to children,
the elderly, and others who may benefit from community support. Every day in many ways there are volunteers offering their time to be helpful. There are many examples of generosity and ways to be of service. Mercy flights are flown free of charge to help people who have routine life-saving medical appointments
â€˜Our Whole Livesâ€™ sexuality education Sandi Burt, MSW, Suzanne Olson and Shelly Carlson are launching â€œOur Whole Lives,â€? a comprehensive sexuality education program for seventh through ninth graders. The project is funded by the Orcas LGBT Community, and is partnered with many island businesses and organizations, including the Orcas Family Health Center, Orcas Island Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Island Reproductive Health Initiative, DVSAS, Office Cupboard, and Miaâ€™s CafĂŠ. An orientation for parents is on Thursday, Sept. BUQNJOUIF01"-$0 meeting room. Call Burt with questions or to register ZPVSDIJMEBU There is space for 10 students to participate in the
free class, which begins Oct. 30 and includes two weekend retreats at Four Winds Camp and Sunday evening sessions from 7 to 8:30 p.m. through March. The curriculum, developed by the Unitarian Universalist Association, is meant to be a more personalized, comprehensive addition to the FLASH curriculum taught in the public schools, and offers students opportunities to clarify in a small group setting their own views and values about healthy sexuality. OWL program values include self worth, sexual health, responsibility, justice, and inclusivity. Each session incorporates fun activities that encourage students to solidify their own understanding of personal sexual choices.
Eastsound Constructed Wetland San Juan County Public Works
The County has stockpiled 100 cubic yards of topsoil for use by members of the community until October 14. The topsoil can be retrieved at the Public Works yard at 1395 Mount Baker Road. The soil has been made available based on requests from the community during the design phase. Individuals taking soil will be responsible for loading and hauling. No County equipment or staff will be made available to assist with loading or hauling.
for the cost of the shot. The department is working with the schools so as many children as possible receive their flu vaccinations. Parents can make an appointment with their health care provider or call the health dept at 378-4474.
who would perhaps have to move to the mainland to access that level of medical care. Our library is thriving thanks to volunteer support. Volunteers drive vans so people can make it to senior lunches. Volunteers help our state park stay clean and healthy. Every school on the island has individuals who offer their time, expertise, and kindness to children. Many EMTs are there for people who are treated with skills that are gained through a plethora of training hours. Hospice volunteers are honored to help during the last days and hours of a life. Volunteers contribute their time and energy on boards and committees that serve the island in a variety of ways such as affordable housing, health care, arts
and culture, economy and business, the natural environment, social services, sports and recreation, and faith-based organizations. It would require pages to mention the huge amount of volunteer efforts on the island. For a list of more than 100 service organizations that you may be interested in, visit the Orcas Island Community Foundationâ€™s website http://oicf.us/oicf/ directory. How do you volunteer your time, skills, and kindness to help make this island such a pleasant place to be? What is your good news? Tell us on islandssounder. com. Didier Gincig is an Orcas Island resident.
Robert Charles Chuck Todd April 12, 1967 to Sept. 24, 2011 On Sept. 24, Chuck left us and realized the dream. He was preceded in death by Kenny David; Jim McKay; Gerald Ronald Todd, Jr.; Cleo Palmer; Ruth and John Resch; Robert and Francis Todd. He is survived by Linda and Jerry Todd; Nicholas Morrison; Madison Todd; Bobbie Cunningham; Tracy Todd; Darby Sawyer; Eddie Cunningham; Cooper Maddox; Mary McKay; JR McKay and family; Don and David Cross. Please join our family in celebrating Chuckâ€™s life on Sunday, Oct. 2 at the Orcas Island Community Church in Eastsound. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Orcas Island School athletic program. Submitted by Chuck Toddâ€™s family.
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Vikings football loses in double overtime Sports standings by SOUNDER STAFF
During their first league game of the season, the Vikings lost to Tacoma Baptist 35-34 in double overtime. “Our theme for the season was to play without fear of losing,” said coach Scott Harris. “That is what we did, and just fell short this time.” The game started out well for the Vikings. They recovered the opening kickoff and drove for the first score of the game as Devon Stanzione caught a 36-yard pass from quarterback Robbie Padbury. A fumble on the Crusaders’ first play from scrimmage gave Orcas the ball back inside the 40-yard line, but the drive stalled inside the 5-yard line. The Vikings held on defense and blocked the punt, but lost another early opportunity when they missed a 25-yard field goal. The teams traded possessions into the second quarter, when cornerback Keenan Phalan picked off a pass from Tacoma quarterback Taylor Martindale inside the Crusaders’
25-yard line. A few plays score at 14. With five minlater Padbury found Phalan utes left, a 36-yard run by on a quick out route for a Martindale gave the visitors 12-yard touchdown midway a 21-14 lead. through the second period, The Vikings began a bringing the score to 14-0 65-yard march to the end Vikings. The Crusaders zone. Completions to answered with just minutes Phalan, Dan Briggs, Aubrey remaining in the half, as Schermerhorn, Stanzione Martindale scampered 9 and Phalan left the Vikings yards into the end zone to inches from the goal line. A make the score 14-7. The power plunge into the endOrcas crowd was sent on zone by fullback Jake Zier an emotional roller coaster capped the Vikings’ lightride as time ticked away. ning-quick drive and tied Padbury hit Stanzione for the game at 21 with under a 60-yard catch and run, three minutes to play. Tough but Crusader Kyle Delegard defense by Orcas caused a made what Crusader may well and “The bottom line is fumble have been the Vikings the play of that this was two began anoththe game drive to heavyweight teams er when he win the game shot across with 1:12 left. going at it...” the field As time ran — Head coach Scott Harris to tackle down below Stanzione 25 seconds, on the 2-yard line, causing a Orcas set up for a 30-yard fumble that the senior safety field goal. A direct snap to recovered. The Vikings had Padbury fooled the defense to settle for a 14-7 lead going as Phalan and Stanzione into the locker room. broke open across the midSix minutes into the third dle, but the pass was just out quarter Martindale found of reach. Delegard streaking down Tacoma Baptist scored on the sideline for a 35-yard its first overtime possession touchdown pass to tie the and the Vikings responded on their first play with a Padbury 25-yard strike to Phalan for a touchdown, tying the game again at 28. The visitors were on the ropes in the second overtime when they completed a fourth and long pass for a 23-yard touchdown, forcing the hometown Vikings to
score again. This time the Vikings drove the ball to the 3-yard line when Padbury slashed for a 3-yard score on fourth down. “The choice to go for the win at that point was a tough one to make,” Harris said. “Our guys wanted to win it right there so the coaching staff all agreed to hand the game over to the team.” A great defensive stand by the Crusaders broke up the pass into the end zone and secured a hard-fought 35-34 victory for the visitors. Stanzione ended the game with 225 yards receiving and one touchdown. Phalan had 90 yards receiving and two touchdowns. Along with his overtime running touchdown, Padbury shone with 22 completions, 335 yards and three touchdowns. Randall Boetger, Tyler Jensen, Di Mowrey, Stanzione and Jake Zier combined pulled in more than 53 tackles, effectively shutting down the middle of the huge Crusaders line. “The bottom line is that this was two heavyweight teams going at it and it is unfortunate that someone had to lose,” Harris said. “I’m very proud of our kids and how well they played.” The Vikings go on the road to play Bellevue Christian and Chief Leschi before returning home to battle Seattle Lutheran in their homecoming game on Oct. 5.
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NW 2B Football Standings Team Seattle Lutheran Concrete Tacoma Baptist La Conner Bellevue Christian Orcas Chief Leschi Darrington
9/25/11 League 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1
NW 1A/2B Boys Soccer Standings Team League Shoreline Christian 2-0 La Conner 1-1 Orcas 1-1 Cedar Park Christian 0-1 Mt Vernon Christian 0-1
All 3-1 2-1 2-2 1-3 2-1 1-3 0-2 0-3
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NW 1A/2B Girls Soccer Standings 9/25/11 Team League All La Conner 2-0 4-1 Friday Harbor 1-0 4-1 Mt Vernon Christian 0-0 0-0 Orcas 0-1 1-2 Concrete 0-2 0-5
NW 1A/2B Volleyball Standings 9/25/11 Team League All Darrington 2-0 4-0 La Conner 2-0 4-1 Friday Harbor 1-0 1-1 Mt Vernon Christian 1-1 3-2 Cedar Park Christian 0-1 3-2 Shoreline Christian 0-1 3-2 Orcas 0-1 1-4 Concrete 0-2 0-5
Lobos’ sports stats Last week the Lopez High School varsity volleyball squad shut out Tulalip Heritage 3-0. The Lobos varsity football team defeated Clallam Bay 56-20 in the 1B division.
Fall bulb sales to benefit Montessori Orcas Montessori School is taking fall flower bulb orders now through Oct. 22 at www.dutchbulbs.com/fg/orcasmontessori. Choose from a wide selection of bulbs including hyacinths, daffodils, tulips, lilies, and more. Fifty percent of the proceeds will benefit the children at Orcas Montessori School. For more information, go to www.orcasmontessori.org or call 376-5350.
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County-wide event celebrates all things agricultural throughout October by MEREDITH M. GRIFFITH
hen it comes to throwing a shindig, the farmers of San Juan County know how to pull out all the stops: an upcoming festival thrown by the countyâ€™s Agricultural Resources Committee will run the entire month of October. Talk about a fete. â€œJoin us in celebrating the bounty and beauty of our local farms!â€? says ARC coordinator Peggy Bill. In case youâ€™re wondering, local farmersâ€™ ideas of entertainment include â€œbowlingâ€? for squash pins with cabbages; sheep dog demonstrations; a Fall Farm Parade; farm to table feasts using local products; farm tours; a class on selecting fleece, carding, spinning and dyeing; cheese making; a hard cider orchard tour and tasting; a shellfish farm tour and lunch; a pig roast and potluck; cooking classes by acclaimed chefs and other agrarian escapades. Farm and food events have been scheduled throughout the month on Lopez, Orcas and San Juan Islands. The festival will be island-hopping as it gathers steam, focusing on a different island each weekend. Most Lopez events will take place from Sept. 29-Oct. 2; most Orcas events Oct.
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7-10; and San Juan Island events from Oct. 14-16.
Orcas Island farm events Black Dog Farm will host â€œFamily Fun on the Farmâ€? from 1-4 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 7, including goat milking, a seminar on fruit grafting and pruning, a lunch of roasted local veggies and beef, a juice bar, and storage crops for sale in bulk, complete with storage instructions. â€œWeâ€™ll try to do some games too, like squash bowling pins, possibly flinging cabbages at them,â€? said Black Dog farmer Ian Harlow. Doe Bay Cafe and Orcas Farm will host a â€œField to Seaâ€? dinner on Saturday, Oct. 8, featuring Buck Bay shellfish and foods from the Doe Bay and Orcas Farm gardens. Doe Bayâ€™s Jami Mitchell said the dinner dovetails nicely with Doe Bayâ€™s â€œSeed to Tableâ€? philosophy. â€œThe food is grown right here on site, prepared and served at the cafe; it never gets in the back of a truck,â€? she said. Orcas Island Farm to Cafeteria will host a wine tasting booth at the Farmers Market on Oct. 8 and on Sunday, Oct. 9 a lunch at Ship Bay, followed by a tour of the Glenwood Springs salmon hatchery. A full calendar of events by island is posted online at www.sjcarcorg, and will continue to be updated as events are added.
at the Orcas Library.
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Nightâ€? for the Our Whole Lives sexuality education series, 7 p.m. at the OPALCO meeting room.
Celebrate the end of a great summer season at the Orcas Historical Museum, 3 p.m.; bring apples to press.
FINANCIAL LITERACY WORKSHOP: Betty
POETRY SERIES: â€œPlaying With Words, Shaping Poems: The Practice and Art of Poetry,â€? led by JoEllen Moldoff on Tuesdays
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Barats is holding a workshop on how to manage personal finances. 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. $16, register
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from 1 to 3 p.m., Orcas Library. Fee is $15. This class offers an opportunity to generate new poems inspired by reading and discussing poetry. Register at the library.
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â€œSupport of our local farms through agritourism is a priority for the Agricultural Resources Committee, and we will continue to build this annual tradition, helping to educate locals and visitors about our unique island farms,â€? said Bill. â€œWe also hope to expand the events to include farm-related art shows and studio tours, biking tours to farms, more classes, etc. There are endless possibilities. Bring your family and friends to support and learn about our local farms.â€? For more information, contact info@sjcarc. org. The festival is sponsored by Blossom Grocery, Valley Farm Center, Lopez Village Market, Jones Family Farm, Allium Restaurant, Orcas Trail Riders and Wild Bird Bamboo.
Savor the San Juans The Islands Fall Farm Festival is Islands Fall Farm Festival is part of â€œSavor the San Juans: A Medley of Food, Art & Culture,â€? sponsored by the San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau. Information about other events, lodging and restaurant specials during the month of October can be found online at www. visitsanjuans.com/savor/.
Market), Sundays from 2 to 4 p.m., $5 to $10 suggested donation.
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all pregnant women and their partners. Every first Monday, potluck at 6 p.m., presentation 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at Childrenâ€™s House. AL-ANON: Emmanuel Church, 7:30 p.m.
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night at 5:30 p.m. KIWANIS CLUB: Meets at 12:30 p.m., upstairs at Orcas Homegrown. Different speaker each week. FOOD BANK: 12:30 to 2 p.m. at the Community Church, basement entrance. Also on Thursdays, 5:306:30 p.m. BIRTH TO FIVE PLAYGROUP: The Funhouse, 10 a.m. to noon.
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â€œThe Kitchenâ€? will stream live on Oct. 6. Itâ€™s 1950s London. In the kitchen of an enormous West End restaurant, the orders are piling up: a post-war feast of soup, fish, cutlets, omelettes and fruit flans. Thrown together by their work, chefs, waitresses and porters from across Europe argue and
flirt as they race to keep up. In the allconsuming clamour of the kitchen, nothing is far from the brink of collapse. Arnold Weskerâ€™s play â€œThe Kitchenâ€? premiered at the Royal Court in 1959 and has since been performed in more than 30 countries. The production puts the workplace center stage in a blackly funny and furious examination of life lived at breakneck speed, when work threatens to define who we are. â€œThe Kitchenâ€? will stream at Orcas Center as part of National Theatre Liveâ€™s program on Thursday, Oct. 6 at 7:30 p.m. Directed by Bijan Sheiban, the play features an ensemble of 30 people and is set in a kitchen, using real food and with actors actually cooking and preparing food on stage â€“ it is a tour de force spectacle. Tickets are $15 and $11 for students ($2 off for Orcas Center members) and may be purchased at www.orcascenter.org or by calling 376-2281 ext 1 or visiting the Orcas Center box office during box office hours.
If you love the breakout dance numbers in Bollywood movies, Orcas Conservatory invites you to attend a â€œBollywood Dance Classâ€? with Prashant Kakad from Portland, Ore. The class will be held at Orcas Center on Friday, Sept. 30 from 6 to 8 p.m. for adults and kids ages 13 and older. Tuition is $15 at the door. Originally from Mumbai, India, Kakad is an entertainer based out of Portland, Ore. Kakad has taught more than 250 workshops at wed-
Prashant Kakad will be teaching a Bollywood dance class. dings, fundraisers, and private events. He has taught dance in universities such as
Reed College, Portland State and Portland Community College.
Michael Sky book reading event Published just weeks before his untimely death in May, Michael Skyâ€™s novel â€œJubilee Dayâ€? is a mind-stretching political thriller and murder mystery. The community is invited to listen to a reading by islanders
Susan Osborn, David Densmore and Norm Stamper followed by a conversation about the novel. The event will be on Sunday, Oct. 2 from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Victorian Room at the Outlook Inn.
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In keeping with the tradition of St. Francis of Assisi, Emmanuel Parish will hold its annual Blessing of the Animals on the labyrinth at 11:15 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 2. St. Francis himself along with parish children will be handing out treats for animals following the blessing. Organizers ask that pet owners keep animals on a leash or in a carrier.
The public is invited to a meal of roasted stuffed pork tenderloin, veggies, salad, rolls and dessert during a fundraising dinner at the American Legion on Friday, Sept. 30 from 6 to 8 p.m. The lounge is open to members and guests only. The cost is $12 for adults and $10 for
Garage sale at Christian school Students and teachers at Orcas Christian School are hosting their sixth annual garage sale on Oct. 8 and 9 in the OCS gymnasium.
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Money raised at the sale helps fund the schoolâ€™s yearly mission trips. For this springâ€™s mission trip, OCS students and teachers will spend March 4-17 in Costa Rica. The garage sale will run from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 8. The sale will continue on Sunday,
Oct. 9 from 12-4 p.m. Items can be donated at the high school office between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily. Students and parents have been collecting items for many months, and say this yearâ€™s sale will be the largest in the history of the school.
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STORE HOURS MONDAY - SATURDAY 8 am to 9 pm SUNDAY 10 am to 8 pm
Organic Jade Green Broccoli
SUPER MEAT BUYS
Northwest Grown, Jumbo Pack
USDA Choice Boneless Beef Top Round Steak
Fresh Split Fryer Breast
U.S. Extra Fancy Honeycrisp Apples New Crop, Washington Grown
Rich and Buttery Ripe Hass Avocados
Fresh Boneless Pork Shoulder Butt Roast
Jennie-O Turkey Store Whole $ 99 Turkey $ 79 Breast Farms Smoked Rope $ $ 59 Hillshire 29 Sausage
Fresh Pork Blade Cut Pork Steak
Bone-In, Frozen .......................
$ 59 $ 99 $ 39
Oscar Mayer Honey Ham
Bar-S Hot Links
SEAFOOD Fresh Rock Fish Fillets U.S. Wild
4 2 4
Dark Roast or Medium, 33-oz.
14 – 16-oz. ......................................
DELI MEATS Fletcher’s Bacon Ends & Pieces
El Monterey Chimichanga or Burritos
Selected Varieties, 32-oz. Package .........................
Fresh Beef Stew Meat
Post Honey Bunches of Oats Family Size 18-oz.
FROZEN Western Family Stir Fry Vegetables
Selected Varieties, 26 to 26.5-oz. .......................
Selected Varieties, 4.7 to 7.5-oz. ........................
Campbell’s Family Size Soups
Selected Varieties, 16-oz.
DAIRY Yoplait Go-Gurt or Trix Yogurt Selected Varieties, 6 or 8-Pack
Hot or Lean Breakfast Pockets Selected Varieties, 9-oz.
Selected Varieties, 26 to 26.5-oz. .......................
Betty Crocker Hamburger Helper
Banquet Boneless Chicken Nuggets
Smuckers Uncrustables 4 – 2-oz.
Fancy Bartlett Pears
New Crop, Washington Grown ....................................
New Crop Yams ....................................................................
79¢ ¢ 99
GREAT GROCERY BUYS
Hunt’s Spaghetti Sauce
$ 29 $ 99
Tillamook Sliced Cheese
Selected Varieties, 12-oz. .........
Banquet Frozen Dinners
MD 12-Roll Bath Tissue
Selected Varieties, 5 to 10.25-oz.
Chef Boyardee Pasta
/5 4$ /5 $ 89 1
/4 $ 89 2 2$ /5
14.5 – 15-oz. .............................
46.5 – 48-oz. Selected Varieties ......................
General Mills Cereals
Cinnamon Toast Crunch, 12.8-oz., Corn Kix, 12-oz. Cheerios, 14-oz.. .................
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Take N Bake $ 99 Panetini Three $ Pizza Ea. Cheese Toast Swiss $ 99 Marshmallow $ Cheese Lb. Mini Munchies $ 99 Florentine $ 99 Sliced Ham Lb. Lace Cookies
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Published on Oct 28, 2011