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Big boost for ‘Scenic Byway’ Grants help increase and manage tourism By Cali Bagby

Scenic byways are known for the stories they tell about the landscape. San Juan Islands Scenic Byways Partnership has recently been awarded two grants to help tell the stories of the natural and cultural history of routes on the islands and surrounding waters. “Now that we have an ‘official’ scenic byway we can apply for more grants to bring more visitors, educate and receive more monetary resources,” said Deborah Hopkins, director of the San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau and the scenic byway leader. “Eventually we’d like to apply for National Scenic Byway status.” The San Juan Islands Scenic Byway, made official in 2008, includes San Juan Island, Orcas Island and the ferry routes. It is Washington’s first marine route and consists of a 30-mile marine route and an 85-mile land route. It begins at the ferry dock in Anacortes and travels through Friday Harbor on San Juan Island and Orcas Village on Orcas Island. Alaska is the only other state in the nation to have a marine route in its scenic byway. Shaw and Lopez opted to stay out of the byway. Hopkins said the two grants couldn’t have come at a better time, as the partnership is almost finished with its Corridor Management Plan, which outlines strategies to manage tourism and protect natural and cultural resources. “It also defines the kind of tour-

ist we want to attract,” said Liz Illg, scenic byway coordinator. “We want visitors that take an interest in the natural and historical preservation, we want people who want to learn about local farming and who want to get out of their cars to explore the island.” The first grant for $33,190 will be used for creating and posting signs for the routes. The current sign, shown left, features Mt. See BYWAY, Page 4

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On the 10th observance of 9/11, Friday Harbor will honor the victims of the Sept. 11 terriorists attacks with a tribute Sunday, beginning at 9 a.m., at Memorial Park. Above from right, Mayor Carrie Lacher and town Administrator King Fitch, and wife, Pam, take time out to pay tribute to 9/11 victims during last year’s ceremony.

Fishing boat falls to watery grave Recovery of 50 gallons of diesel deemed too risky at 120 below surface of the water By Scott Rasmussen

Baker, madrone tree, and a ferry The afate of a fishing boat that on the water. and then sank near ran aground “Many people even to know Decatur Island don’t appears be about the scenic byway,” said sealed. Hopkins, who hopes the signs will And since the TW Legacy bring rests awareness only the now some to 120notfeet below route,surface but preservation con-a the of Thatcherand Pass, servation of swept these by areas. “In curthe watery grave strong futurestate we could have signs for subrents, and federal officials are tours, like farms and barns inclined toaleave it alone — atloop, least or anow. history and culture loop.” for The second grant $171,680, “We didn’t see theforneed given will risks be used explore transportathe andto the amount of fuel tion alternatives visitors and onboard, ” state for Department of locals traveling the byway, Ecology spokesman Larrynamely Altose a shuttle pilot project. said of sending divers to such a “The“In shuttles are the a public bendepth. addition, sea bed is efit,” rocky Illg said. want to build very and “We that would make it local enthusiasm to support local

much more complex and risky for a dive in that area.” Altose said the risks would outweigh the benefits in making an attempt to recover the relatively small amount of diesel fuel that is believed to be onboard, some 50 gallons or so. Based out of La Conner, the Legacy, a 62-foot commercial fishing boat, ran into a reef at the east end of Thatcher Pass Aug. 27, at about 2 a.m. and then sank later that day. Altose said the vessel’s six-person crew, and later the U.S. Coast Guard, were unable to keep the boat upright and in place as the tide ebbed. It slid down a sub-

merged embankment and came to rest about 120 feet below the surface. The crew was taken to a Coast Guard cutter and then transported to Bellingham. According to Coast Guard Petty Officer Nathan Bradshaw, the Legacy struck the rocks after its captain fell asleep at the wheel. A sheen of oil was spotted in the vicinity of the sunken vessel the following day. For the time being, Altose said the area will continued to be monitored for possible fuel leaks or pollution. He said Ecology staff saw no sign of a fuel leak or sheen on Thursday while surveying the area in a helicopter provided by the King County Sheriff ’s office. Altose noted that dives below 65 feet require use of a hyperSee LEGACY, Page 4

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Wolverines Sports Preview

Fall Sports: ready to kick off D ays grow shorter. Light begins to fade. Leaves change color and there’s a certain crispness in the air. It can mean only one thing. That’s right. Friday Harbor high school’s fall sports season is under way. Inside you’ll find a preview of each of the Friday Harbor’s four fall sports teams, complete with team photos, schedules and a glimpse of the goals and challenges ahead. The Wolverines volleyball team, though young and without a single senior, is looking to improve upon its breakout season of

a year ago. Numbers are few on the boys tennis team roster, but three postseason qualifiers are back on the court. Led by a promising young quarterback, the Friday Harbor football team has its sights set on turning a page and making its presence known in post-season play. A fleet-footed girls soccer team may have what it needs to overcome the loss of six starters to graduation and to claim its fourth consecutive league title. Read about each team and its prospects for the 2011 fall sports season; pages 9-12.

Fall Sports Preview Look for coverage of high school fall sports teams, featuring photos, schedules and previews; pages 9-12


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Other areas close, SJ crabbing continues Most areas of Puget Sound will be closed to recreational crab fishing at sunset on Labor Day, with summer catch reports due by Oct. 1. The only two areas of the sound that will remain open to crab fishing after Labor Day are marine areas 7-North and 7-South near the San Juan Islands. Sport fishers who crab in those two areas from Sept. 5-30 must record their crab on winter catch record cards. All sport fishers licensed to fish for Dungeness crab anywhere in Puget Sound are required to submit summer catch reports to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife by Oct. 1. “Catch reports play a major role in determining how much crab is still available for harvest during the winter season,” said Rich Childers, WDFW’s shellfish policy lead. “It’s important that we receive reports from everyone licensed to fish for crab in Puget Sound — whether or not they caught crab this year.” Childers said WDFW will announce winter crab seasons for Puget Sound in early October, after completing its assessment of the summer fishery. Crabbers can submit catch record cards to WDFW by mail at CRC Unit, 600 Capitol Way N., Olympia, WA 98501-1091. Crabbers who fail to file their catch reports on time will face a $10 fine when they purchase a 2012 Puget Sound crab endorsement.

What will employment trends be like for islanders next year? Washington State’s Regional Labor Economist Dr. Reinhold Groepler discusses employment trends on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 10:30 a.m., in the Garden Room at KeyBank. His presentation also covers labor force and the occupations and demograph-

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The only two areas of the Sound that will remain open to crab fishing after Labor Day are marine areas 7-North and 7-South near the San Juan Islands. Sport crabbers who fish for Dungeness crab in any area of Puget Sound after Sept. 5 should record their catches on winter catch record cards, Childers said. Winter cards are now available at sporting good stores and other license vendors across the state. For more information about recreational crabbing in Puget Sound, see WDFW’s website at http://wdfw.wa.gov/ fishing/shellfish/crab/.

Sept. 19, 26, & Oct. 3, 10, 17 & 24 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Skagit Valley College PRESENTED BY:

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Business Beat

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ics for the unemployed of San Juan County and the region.

Business fair offers 30 classes More than thirty free classes will be offered Saturday, Sept. 24 at the 2011 Washington Small Business Fair in Renton, Wash. Class topics range from government contracting, to improving cash flow, to social media marketing, to

“Please remember to bring in your Kings receipts, they help us feed all the kids at the shelter!”

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business financing options. There will also be exhibitors presenting information on a wide variety of services for small businesses. For more info, call 3782906 or visit www.bizfair. org.

Workshop for a business plan SJC Economic Development Council holds a free half-day workshop by

James McCafferty for small businesses and entrepreneurs Monday, Sept. 19, 8:30 a.m. in the community room at Skagit Valley College McCafferty, director of the Skagit/San Juan Islands Small Business Development Center, will cover business financing, financing options and will provide a reality check for a new or expanded business venture. Call 360-378-2906 to reserve your space or email info@sanjuansedc.org.

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Thank You! WSU Extension and the 4-H Market Animal Producers wish to thank the following individuals and companies for their support at the 4-H Market Animal Auction during the 2011 San Juan County Fair: A&A Well Drilling

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hopes the signs will bring awareness to not only the route, but preservation and conservation of these areas. “In the future we could have signs for subtours, like a farms and barns loop, or a history and culture loop.� The second grant for $171,680, will be used to explore transportation alternatives for visitors and locals traveling the byway, namely a shuttle pilot project. “The shuttles are a public benefit,� Illg said. “We want to build local enthusiasm to support Journal photo/ Cali Bagby local businesses.� Deborah Hopkins and Liz Illg discuss final changes that will be Illg and Hopkins are made to the San Juan Islands Scenic Byway sign. looking at ways to entice people to ride buses include bathroom facilities, There’s always a love/hate instead of driving their own wildlife viewing maps, road relationship with tourism, cars, like offering coupons improvement, view sheds but people coming here and to ride a shuttle. for interpreting plants and buying locally, and eating “What will get people history. at restaurants benefits the to ride the bus?� Illg asks. For Illg, the first step is community.� “I don’t know yet, but stay promoting the byway and To get more info, or to tuned to find out.� then to get feedback from download a byway map visit They have been working the community. www.visitsanjuans.com/ with Orcas Island Shuttle “Basically scenic byways scenicbyway/. and San Juan Transit to pro- allow local people to talk If you want to get involved mote “car-less travel,� said about visitors and talk about or be notifed about upcomHopkins, who would also how visitors affect our com- ing focus groups, contact like to create better bike munity,� Illg said. “It helps the visitor’s bureau at 1-888lanes on the byway. us manage tourism and 468-3701 or at info@visitOther plans for the future the impacts on residents. sanjuans.com.

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ried up to 400 gallons of fuel in its tanks, had been traveling steady for two days prior to running aground. Its owner estimates roughly 50 gallons of fuel would be left in its tanks after that two-day run. Altose said that the Legacy’s owner may choose to try to recover the sunken vessel, or not. “It would be a complex and expensive project,� he said.

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News briefs

Free firewood, Discover Pass forTheaNational limited time nears 3 million Park Service In six weeks, the will offer free firewood on a limited basis, Sept. 23, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. at English Camp. The wood will be distributed by lottery. Call park headquarters, at 378-2240, ext. 2221 before 2 p.m. Sept. 9 to sign-up.

Washington Discover Pass raised $2.9 million to support state parks and other recreation lands. Fish and Wildlife Director Phil Anderson said sales figures during the months ahead will provide a good indication of public support for the pass.

Under legislation approved earlier this year, the Discover Pass is now required for access to recreation lands managed by the state parks, WDFW and DNR. The Discover Pass is $30 for an annual pass and $10 for a day. For more info, visit www. discoverpass.wa.gov or call 320-9933.

Land Bank opens

Driggs Park The Land Bank, partnered with property owners Pete and Becky Kilpatrick, is allowing public access to the “park” at the corner of Caines St. and Argyle Ave., which is adjacent to the historic Driggs house. Driggs Historic Park is open during daylight hours, seven days a week.

Obituaries

Gary Robert LeGate: May 19 1945 — Aug. 23 2011 After a motor vehicle accident, Gary passed away instantly near Othello, Wash., en route to see his ailing father. Gary was born in Kirkland and raised in Mountlake Terrace. He graduated from Edmonds High School. Gary served in the U.S. Army from 1965 to 1970, and received the Bronze Star for his meritorious achievement in ground operations against hostile forces in the Republic of Vietnam.

PUBLIC MEETINGS SJ Trails Steering Committee: Sept. 7,

Gary began his automotive career in 1970, and purchased a Union service station in Green Lake, Wash. He took an opportunity to manage a Chevron station in Friday Harbor in 1976. He and his wife owned Gary’s Automotive Center (GAC) and NAPA for the past 33 years. He was the beloved husband of Carol Marie for over 46 years, and the only child of Robert and Irene LeGate. Gary will forever be remembered by his children, Traci and Chad, Chad’s wife Teresa, and their son Mitchell, and countless other family and friends

Gary Robert LeGate whom were blessed to know him. Gary loved playing and watching golf, repairing older automobiles, and spending time with family. Gary touched the lives of

many people with his smile and generosity. Family and friends are invited to attend an honor guard service on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2011 at the Legion at 1 p.m., followed by a celebration of his life at the LeGate residence at 842 Treeline Drive from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. A special thank you to Evans Funeral Chapel and Crematory for the care and services they provided. Arrangements are in the care of Evans Funeral Chapel and Crematory, Anacortes, Wash., and the San Juan Islands. — Family of Gary LeGate

Whidbey Island Bank, 535 Market Street, FH, 5 p.m.

CAO “Special” Town Hall Meeting: Sept. 7, Legislative Building’s Large Conference Room, 55 Second St., FH, 12 - 2 p.m.

Board of Trustees of the San Juan Library: Sept. 13, Library Community Meeting Room, FH, 4 - 6 p.m.

SJI Conservation District Board of Supervisors: Sept. 13, SJICD Conference Room, 540 Guard Street, FH, 8:30 a.m.

Ferry Advisory Committee: Sept. 14, Large Conference Room, Legislative Building, 55 Second St., FH, 8:30 10:30 a.m.

Voluntary Stewardship Program Workshop: Sept. 12, Key Bank Garden Room, 95 Second St., FH, 9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.

To buy tickets on-line and for details on these and upcoming events, check our website: www.sjctheatre.org SJCT Box Office: 378-3210


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lenty of phrases would fit this development to a tee: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure might be the best. After three years up on the shelf, San Juan County’s derelict vessel removal program is back on the water. The county revived the program by signing a contract last week with locally based A-1 Marine/Vessel Assist. It’s about time. Made up mostly of water, San Juan County has one of the worst derelict vessel problems in the state. Loaded with fuel, oil and other toxins, derelict vessels pose a tremendous environmental threat. But even though the state Department of Natural Resources now reimburses up to 90 percent of removal and disposal costs, the county lacked the resources to maintain the program. That’s when the Friday Harbor Power Squadron stepped up to the plate, recruited like-minded individuals, businesses and civic groups, and came up with the $5,000 in seed money needed to restore the program. The county matched that amount. In addition to the Power Squadron, the Common Sense Alliance, Roche Harbor Resort, San Juan Island Yacht Club, Island Marine Center (Lopez) and Jensen’s Shipyard, and the county Marine Resources Committee deserve our thanks. The program will be administered by Joanruth Bauman, a former county employee who earned DNR’s trust while operating the program for Public Works. She’ll tag vessels for potential removal and notify A-1/Vessel Assist if push comes to shove. There are 19 abandoned vessels around the islands that reportedly are in need of attention. Perhaps now they’ll get the attention they deserve.

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Letters to the Editor Opposes solid waste parcel fee The County Council has spoken, and a ballot initiative will be presented to the voters this fall for a longterm parcel fee to raise money for the solid waste program. Citing a large accumulated “deficit”, and a “must do” approach, you will be asked to approve the new fee, or fall back to the “only other option” the council says it will consider, a curbside pickup, unworkable for many island residents. What the council hasn’t told you is that county records show failure to manage the solid waste program in keeping with practices of neighboring counties, top-heavy $200,000-plus “administrative costs”, and it will still leave us with the highest overall cost of garbage service in the state. The only rational, “transparent” method of funding solid waste disposal is the near nationwide practice of non-tax-supported “payas-you-throw” economics, where those using the disposal system pay the actual costs of disposal at the drop-off point. This provides the incentive of cost minimization, recycling, and does not burden homeowners without regard to their generation of trash. What to do? The “accumulated deficit” can be retired in a single year by a one-time tax or fee that’s lower than the ordinance will charge in each

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year of its 15-year life. Reduced-cost operating options exist for taking the solid waste operation completely out of county hands, as is done in Whatcom County, or by maintaining county involvement with realistic management, and bare-bones operating costs in accordance with other counties. Economies are achievable. Vote “No” on the parcel fee — no new long term fees or taxes — and call for re-evaluation and competent management of the program. Frank Stratton Orcas Island

Benefit brings out the best What an incredible show of love and support by our community was seen at the Terry Ogle Benefit. Nearly 400 people attended; enjoying dinner and live

music, bidding on the auctions, and joining together to show how much they truly care for Terry. Dave Hall not only reached his goal, but raised over $5,000 by the end of the night, and the crowd cheered and celebrated his generosity as his head was shaved by Dana Bune. The event truly exemplified how lucky we are to live in such a giving community!. Thank you so very much to all who attended, and who donated their items, time, and talents, and worked so hard to make it a truly amazing event. Megan Kilpatrick-Boe San Juan Island

CAO should be balanced My wife and I have had a home on the island for the last 24 years. We love it here, and, like all island residents are con-

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cerned about the environment. But we are equally concerned about the social and economic health of the island. In our view, if the proposals made by the Friends of the San Juans actually becomes law, the economic and social consequences will be disastrous. Over the course of time, hundreds of jobs will be affected and many families will be forced to leave the island to find work. Please consider all the consequences of any potential ordinance and do not succumb to a quite vocal minority group(s). Joe Ryan San Juan Island

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OPINION

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Where is New Hampshire? Vermont checked in Sometimes it’s the little things that remind us of where we are — like license plates By Peggy Butler

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ver since the last week in July we have been scouting out all the different state license plates we could see on our small but popular

island.

We originally thought that Hawaii would be impossible, but we often see cars with Hawaiian plates. What ferry did they sail in on and how do we find it? Then there is Oregon. You can’t go anywhere without seeing Oregon. In fact, both Oregon and California must love it up here. Of course “Beautiful British Columbia� is almost as common — but we all know that isn’t a state. Texas, however, is a state and it is surprising how many Texas cars are up here, given the long drive. Florida is surprisingly frequent. What do Florida and Texas have in common? A clue is that we often see the orange and gold plates from Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. Since temperatures in those states reached well past 100 degrees throughout the summer we suspect that our cool fresh breezes brought them here. However, so far in one month we have seen license plates from 38 different states, some of them from northern states

Letters Continued from page 6 Tues. Aug. 23 at San Juan County headquarters. A County Council sub-committee of Jamie Stephens, Richard Fralick and Rich Peterson met with Richard J. Busch, president of the Pacific Northwest Wireless Association, an industry group. My friend Michael and I went over to listen in, but we were not allowed in. At first glance, that’s an unimportant bureaucratic detail, but this meeting was just the type required to be open to the public by the Washington State Open

Public Meetings Act (RCW Chapter 42) and also that minutes be kept and made available. The Open Public Meetings Act is a bright spot in Washington State law — a real pro-democracy piece of legislation. It was a response to Skagit County’s planning commission meeting privately with the proponents of building an aluminum smelter on Guemes Island, and the county commissioners subsequent approval of the necessary zoning change without taking public comment. In 1971, this was still considered intolerable behavior and the OPMA

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such as Maine and Alaska, which certainly have their own cool breezes. With gas prices ranging from $3.55 to $4.65 throughout the U.S., it costs a pocketful to reach our remote and pristine island. As I’ve sailed on the ferries this summer, I’ve enjoyed the contagious thrill people experience visiting the San Juans, as they rush from end to end of the ferry, heavy cameras around their necks and backpacks bouncing. It’s a lot of thrill for the buck. I have to admit that when the loud speaker on the ferry says “there is a pod of orcas on the starboard side . . .�, I rush along with the other several hundred passengers to watch the magic of an orca pod, and I never get tired of it. I am sorry for the poor sweating souls in the following 12 states whose license plates were never spotted: Connecticut, Arkansas, Kansas (are they tending the corn?), North Dakota, New Hampshire, Rhode Island (not enough people to share?), Pennsylvania, Nebraska (more corn?), Wisconsin, Iowa, Mississippi (they miss-iss-iss--ed!), and sweet Alabama (ya’ll come). That means we have seen the following state license plates: Alaska, Arizona (a purple cactus), California, Colorado (a lot of these with the outline of a mountain range, in red or green), Delaware, Florida (an orange tree), Georgia, Hawaii (a rainbow), Idaho (quite a few Idahos — they are was the result. Even though it’s common, it’s still a serious erosion of democracy when laws are violated by local government officials. Sure, there are lots of crappy laws, but consider this; the opposite of the rule of law isn’t anarchy, or chaos, or the “free market� — it’s thuggery — and worse. We saw some of that on Tuesday. We’ll never know what deals were made at that meeting, or how it will affect our exposure to the new cell tower ordinance the county council is working on now. The remedy? Still, as always, organized

resistance. You can’t vote your way out of this. Steve Ludwig Lopez Island

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Nancy Jean (Nash) Hansen: 1934 — 2011 Nancy Jean (Nash) Hansen of Maple Valley, Wash., died Aug. 23 of complications from nonHodgkin lymphoma. Born in Friday Harbor on April 16, 1934, she was 77. Nancy was the daughter

of John and Edna Nash, who raised their five children in the smaller of the two historic homes now occupied by Spring Street International School. Her great-great grandfather, John Hankinson,

was stationed at American Camp in the 1860s. Her grandfather, Elijah Hamblin Nash, arrived at Argyle in 1891. Her mother was a Hemphill, a large farm family that settled at False Bay in 1904.

Nancy grew up in the idyllic days when many islanders were relatives and everyone else was a friend. She visited the mainland just twice before her senior trip with the Friday Harbor High School class of 1953.

Margaret Loring McRea: May 31, 1921 — Aug. 20, 2011 Margaret died unexpectedly but peacefully of pneumonia on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2011. She was 90 years old. Margaret was born in Friday Harbor above her father’s dentist office on Spring St. (the current Sandpebble.) She was the oldest of three children born to Dr. Roger Loring

and Phebe Mae Loring. Her brothers are Roger S. Loring, and James (Bud) Loring (deceased). While she grew up during the Depression, she often said they were lucky to live on the island where the entire community looked out for each other. Even though times were hard, they did not want for neces-

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sities or childhood fun. She graduated from Friday Harbor High School in 1938 as co-valedictorian and then went on to the University of Washington, where she graduated with a bachelor of science in botany. She met her husband of 66 years, Alex McRea, in Friday Harbor, where Alex was working to pay his way through college. They dated for six years while Alex earned a degree in fisheries science. After graduation, Alex went on to naval officer’s school. They were married before his deployment in 1943 at Margaret’s family home in Friday Harbor. After they were married, Alex spent the next three years with the Navy in the South Pacific, serving aboard a mine sweeper, and Margaret lived with friends and worked at Alaska Steamship Company in Seattle. After the war, they moved to Alaska, where Alex started his career with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. They lived in Anchorage and then Juneau, where Margaret spent many years with the Department of Highways, ending as a right-of-way agent with the Department of Transportation. They spent a happy part of their life in Alaska, on the water fishing and traveling the Inside Passage with family and friends. For years, Margaret opened their home

in Juneau to house members of high school sports teams who, in order to compete in Southeast Alaska in those days, had to travel to other towns for their games. Margaret’s greatest joy was her family and her friends. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law Phebe and Victor Smith, brother and sister-in-law, Roger and Lynn Loring; sister-in-law, Virginia Loring; granddaughter; Andean Lucas, grandson Alex and his wife, Rose; great-grandchildren, Roxanna, Scarlett, and Lucy Ave Margaret; niece, Lisa Johnson; and nephew, Jim Loring. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, Sept. 10, 1:30 p.m., at Friday Harbor Presbyterian Church, 425 Spring St., Friday Harbor, Wash. Family Burial is at Valley Cemetery, Friday Harbor, Wash. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be sent to the Friday Harbor Presbyterian Church, P.O.B. 946, Friday Harbor, WA 98250, or Hospice of San Juan, P.O.B. 1434, Friday Harbor, WA 98250. Arrangements are in the care of Evans Funeral Chapel and Crematory, Inc., Anacortes, Wash., and the San Juan Islands. To share memories of Margaret, please sign the online guest register at www.evanschapel.com. — Family of Margaret Loring

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Nancy married Raymond Leon Hansen on Feb. 20, 1954. A Montanan, he had joined the Coast Guard because he wanted to see Alaska, but was sent to Friday Harbor instead. The couple settled in Seattle, where Ray worked for Boeing. In 1969, they moved to the Nancy Jean (Nash) Hansen country, into a house they built with the help of friends and family. The Maple Valley, Dan (and family spent most vacations Pam) of Spokane and on the island; in later years, Rodney (and Dawn) of Nancy and Ray traveled Pasco; nine grandchildren; extensively. and two great-granddaughNancy is preceded in ters. death by Ray and her parA celebration of Nancy’s ents, as well as her four life is scheduled for 11:30 siblings: Patricia, William a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 10, (Jackie), Richard and at Maple Valley Presbyterian Robert; beloved sister-in- Church. In lieu of flowlaw Shirley Nash; and a ers, the family suggests niece, Jennifer Nash. donations to the San Juan She is survived by her Historical Society. sons, John (and LaDonna) — Family of Nancy Jean and Keith (and Chris) of Hansen

Dr. John H. Aberle: 1928 — 2011 Dr. John Juans. He was a Hugh Aberle, member of the born in San Juan Island Jenkintown, Yacht Club and Pa. on Feb. a lifelong mem27, 1928, ber of Seattle passed away Yacht Club. Aug. 17, 2011 He attended at the age of Penn Charter 83. School in He is surP h i l a d e lph i a , vived by his was in the US wife of 55 Naval Aviation years, Joann, Cadet Program, Dr. John H. Aberle his son Mark, a t t e n d e d d a u g h University of ter Maren, Virginia, gradugrandchildren Devin and ated Temple Medical School, Kylie, and brother Richard and did his residency at the Aberle. University of Washington. John lived a fulfilling John was an avid sailor, retirement at home on pilot, skier, craftsman and San Juan Island, where he watercolorist. He was a lovinspired all those around ing and tender husband, him with his love for boat- father and grandfather and ing, the islands, and his cherished friend to many. delightful sense of humor. Please visit John’s For 40 years, John served Memorial Website: http:// as an orthopaedic surgeon memorialwebsites.legacy. at the Seattle Orthopaedic com/johnaberle/homepage. and Fracture Clinic. He was aspx a member of the American Memorial services will be Academy of Orthopaedic held Sunday, Sept. 18, 2011 Surgeons, president of at Holy Trinity Lutheran the Puget Sound Chapter Church on Mercer Island, of Western Orthopaedic Wash., at 2 p.m. Memorial Association and president of donations may be made to Seattle Surgical Society. Seattle Children’s Hospital He served many years (4800 Sand Point Way NE as an attending physician Seattle, WA 98105). at Children’s Orthopaedic Arrangements are in Hospital and clinical pro- the care of Evans Funeral fessor at the University of Chapel and Crematory, Washington. Anacortes, Wash. and the John was a longtime San Juan Islands. — Family of Dr. John member of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church and the Aberle Lutheran Church of the San


Wolverines Sports Preview

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Fall Sports: ready to kick off D ays grow shorter. Light begins to fade. Leaves change color and there’s a certain crispness in the air. It can mean only one thing. That’s right. Friday Harbor high school’s fall sports season is under way. Inside you’ll find a preview of each of the Friday Harbor’s four fall sports teams, complete with team photos, schedules and a glimpse of the goals and challenges ahead. The Wolverines volleyball team, though young and without a single senior, is looking to improve upon its breakout season of

a year ago. Numbers are few on the boys tennis team roster, but three postseason qualifiers are back on the court. Led by a promising young quarterback, the Friday Harbor football team has its sights set on turning a page and making its presence known in post-season play. A fleet-footed girls soccer team may have what it needs to overcome the loss of six starters to graduation and to claim its fourth consecutive league title. Read about each team and its prospects for the 2011 fall sports season; pages 9-12.


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Young guns on the rise The Friday Harbor volleyball team will be carrying a lot more confidence than before onto the hard court as it heads into the teeth of the 2011 season. That’s what winning can do. “Most of the girls were part of last year’s team that beat Nooksack Valley in the district playoffs,” Head Coach Travis Mager points out. “Most of them have been in the program for awhile and I think they’re starting to realize that if they put their minds to it, and if they work hard and don’t have too many mental lapses, that they can perform and compete with the better teams.” The Wolverines are coming off a landmark year. The 2010 team not only held its own against many of its league rivals, the Wolverines of a year ago tallied a long-awaited vic-

tory over Wolverines Volleyball Schedule their interHome games in bold island Date Opponent Time rival, Sept. 9 Sundome Festival TBA Orcas, Sept. 17 Coupeville 1 p.m. sweepSept.22 Concrete TBA ing the Sept. 24 Lynden Christian 1 p.m. Sept. 27 Orcas TBA Vikings Sept. 29 La Conner TBA in three Oct. 1 Meridian 1 p.m. hotly Oct. 3 Mount Vernon Christian TBA conOCt. 6 Darrington 4:45 p.m. tested Oct. 8 Nooksack Valley 1 p.m. games Oct. 11 Shoreline Christian TBA OCt. 13 Concrete 4:45 p.m. at home Oct. 15 Mt. Baker Tournament TBA as they Oct. 18 Orcas Island TBA closed Oct. 20 Cedar Park Christian TBA out the Oct. 25 La Conner 4:45 p.m. regular season with four consecutive wins. season as head coach. The Wolverines finished That momentum carried the 2010 season at 6-11, the over into the post-season team’s best record in a halfplay, where they dispatched dozen years. Nooksack Valley in the But that was then. opening round to notch And after losing five of the team’s first playoff win the starting six to graduand its first victory over a Division 1A team since ation, Mager knows this 2004, Mager’s inaugural year’s squad faces an uphill battle, in spite of its confi-

Wolverines varsity volleyball team front from left: Alaina Scheffer, Sierra Truesdale. Back from left, Kaylen Meeker, Jean Melborne, Maddie Williamson, Ashleigh Brown, Lizzy Starr, Kendra Meeker.

dence. Age and experience are not on its side. “We’re young, in fact, we’re very young,” Mager said. “You don’t really go into a season with no seniors.” Led by returning starter Kaylen Meeker, the varsity squad consists of four

juniors, three sophomores and one freshman, newcomer Maddie Williamson, who honed her skills playing on club teams in her former hometown of Kenmore. As in the past, Mager will rely on the junior varsity team, coached this year by former Wolverine Jill Peacock, to shore up

the varsity squad over the course of the season. A total of 18 players turned out for the program this year and believes numbers show its on the rise. “We’re young, we’re athletic and our confidence is a lot brighter,” he said. — Scott Rasmussen

High school lasts four years, tennis is forever Tennis is a popular sport, isn’t it? Andy Roddick, Anna Kournikova and Serena Williams would probably say so. Yet, at Friday Harbor High School, tennis coach Dick Barnes is having trouble getting young people “turned on” to the sport.

This is Barnes’ 24th season coaching tennis and he said the program was flourishing until last year. When a boys soccer club emerged last year (Friday Harbor boys soccer doesn’t play until spring) Barnes lost potential

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Shown left to right, Coach Dick Barnes, Cody Coyne, Parker Satin, Hayden Place, Aaron Prager, Sean Hills, Ryan Cole and Shaughn Anderson. Not pictures, Micheal Davis.

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tennis players. The soccer club is running Malone, Hayden Place, Zack Reitan and again this year and the tennis team num- Parker Satin, and junior Cody Coyne. bers are in decline. Last year, Satin, Cole and Place placed “It’s been a bit of a slog this year and at districts. I’ve not had much interest from 8th and “I definitely learned what the competi9th graders,” Barnes said. “No one showed tion is like out there,” Place said. “It made up at the informational meeting. I don’t me want to play again this year, and win.” know what’s going to come out of the wood Since districts, Satin has been working work.” on his serve and back hand, which he says Barnes is at work enlisting boys on the was “awful last year.” team to recruit more players, talking with The tennis team may be small, but its teachers and placing notices on school players know what it takes to win. walls. Perhaps his biggest selling point for For Barnes, win or lose, tennis is a sport high school students is that tennis is a sport these young men will play forever. to enjoy throughout a person’s lifetime. “Look at me, at my age, still playing and having a Wolverines Tennis Schedule good time,” Barnes said. “You don’t see a lot of athHome matches in bold letes in other sports doing the same thing, not to disDate Opponent Time parage any other sports, but Sept. 22 South Whidbey 3:30 p.m. I tell the kids, ‘Hey I’m out Sept. 29 South Whidbey TBA there doing it every weekOct. 1 Lynden TBA end.’” Numbers not withstandOct. 7 Lynden 3:30 p.m. ing, Barnes has five returnOct. 8 Tournament TBA ing players this season, Oct. 10 South Whidbey HS 4 p.m. seniors Ryan Cole, Kevin

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Tough test ahead for young Wolverines Don’t be fooled by a quick start and a victory over a familiar Division B foe. While the Wolverines are well-poised to chalk up win No. 1 at home against La Conner, at least on paper, the 2011 campaign will get wild and woolly in a hurry on the heels of their Sept. 2 season opener. Up next is a road trip to Orcas and the annual gridiron grudge match against the Vikings, who spoiled Friday Harbor’s home opener a year ago with a 21-7 victory before an understanding, yet solemn home crowd. And it won’t get any easier for the young Wolverines. As they did last year, they then face each of their three Whatcom County 1A rivals — Lynden Christian, Meridian and Nooksack Valley — in a total of six consecutive back-to-back games, one at home and one away. Head Coach Darin Scheffer, now in his fourth year at the helm, knows the squad, which largely consists of underclassmen, will be tested in the upcoming campaign. Still, expectation run high. ““Our goal is to play 11 games,” Scheffer said. “That’s one game into the playoffs. But it’s going to take a lot of hard work and frankly, having our guys not getting hurt. We’re thin.” Young and thin, but not

The Friday Harbor Wolverines football team. Front from left: Isiah Hauck, Willy Blackmon, Xander Crichton, Reuben Delay, Carlos Topia, Tate Brumsickle, Landon Rischel, Bill Revercomb, Eli Baker, Christian DeLazerda, Patrick O’Brian, Taylor Mosher, Sergio Trujillo, Dylan Demaris. Middle from left: Marquis Napier, Jared Tompkins, Ryan Rojas, Alex Estrada, Coleton Cartmill, Brandon Melin, Jacob Justiniano, Nathan Steenkolk, Toby Frazier, Willy Dunn, Dylan Radden, Brandon Allen, Noah Smith, Carson Brown, Levi Demaris. Back from left: Jadyn Slack, Austin Pederson, Nelson Wynn, Gabe Lawson, Ryan Allen, Adam Allen, Malcolm Wynn, Oliver Webb, C.J. Woods, Peter Holt, Amer Melic, Aidan Anderson, Donald Galt. without assets. In fact, in sophomore quarterback Donald Galt, quick, athletic and tall, Friday Harbor will take the field this season with one of the more promising offensive threats than the team has had for some time. “He had a good first year,” Scheffer said of the second-year quarterback. “We’re hoping he can build on that.” Whether the Wolverines offensive line can give him enough time to pick out a

target and to throw remains to be seen. But with seniors Willy Dunn and Connor Smith back to anchor the front line — on both sides of the ball — there’s reason to believe it will. Back in the lineup as well are running back and linebacker Carlos Tapia, defensive stalwart Nathan Steenkolk, a sophomore, speedster Marquis Napier, all-purpose player Sergio Trujillo and sophomore wide receiver C.J. Woods. Scheffer and his coach-

ing staff are relying on the upperclassman to help bring the younger players up to speed as quickly as possible. “The majority of our kids our freshman and sophomores,” he said. “So, we are young. But we’ve got good energy and good leadership with our upperclassmen. That’s helping and it shows.” Scheffer also hopes the contributions of three volunteer mentors can help

Wolverines Football Schedule Home games in bold Date Sept. 2 Sept. 10 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21

Opponent La Conner Orcas Island Meridian Nooksack Valley Lynden Christian Meridian Nooksack (Homecoming) Lynden Christian

Time 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m.

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Fleet of foot: Wolverines pursue 4th league crown After five seasons at the helm of the Friday Harbor girls soccer team, coach Mark Fishaut is wellschooled in the art of adaptation. Season six promises to be no different, as Fishaut and the Wolverines coaching staff retool one of the more successful Friday Harbor athletic programs in recent years in preparation for the campaign ahead. Losing six starters to graduation from a team that tallied eight shutouts, claimed a third consecutive league championship and complied an impressive 11-3-1 record overall, is just part of the game, Fishaut said. "When people ask me about it I tell them that graduation happens every year," he said. "It means new faces and new chances for

Wolverines Soccer Schedule Home games in bold Date Sept. 6 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 17 Sept. 20 Sept. 22 Sept. 24 Sept. 27 Sept.29 Oct. 1 Oct. 3 Oct. 8 Oct. 13 Oct. 18 Oct. 25

Opponent Cedar Park Christ. (Bothel) South Whidbey Evergreen Lutheran Port Townsend Mount Vernon Christian Concrete Lynden Christian Orcas La Conner Meridian Mount Vernon Christian Nooksack Valley Concrete Orcas La Conner

new people to get places. Hopefully, we'll have the same commitment to excellence."

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Commitment remains one of the hallmarks of the See SOCCER, Page 12

The Friday Harbor Wolverines girls varsity soccer team. Front from left: Elizabeth Taylor, Emily Guard, Sydney Wilson, Rebecca Leff, Jenny MacDonald, Audrey Olshefsky, Emma Brand. Back row, from left, Coach Mark Fishaut, Isabel Place, Tegan Serna, Robyn Roberts, Mandy Turnbull, Mikayla Leytze, Larissa Nash, Libby Snow, Rhiana Franklin, Katie Lanphere. (Not pictured, assistant coach Sarah Ware).


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Soccer: challenges faced together, on and off the field Continued from page 11 girls soccer program. A total of 28 players turned out for the 2011 season, including several athletes that Fishaut refers to as "legacy" players (younger sisters of former players). Cross-pollination between the varsity and JV squads has proven to be a cornerstone of a winning program. So has community ser-

vice. As they have in the past, the players will be participating, as a team, in raising awareness for breast cancer research, leading soccer clinics for younger children and dedicating time to social causes. That too, is part of the program and, ultimately, a team and a character building exercise.

Though no fan of sports cliches, Fishaut acknowledges there are lessons to be learned both on and off the field and believes former UCLA and Hall of Fame coach John Wooden may have summed it up best with these words: “Sports doesn’t create character, it reveals it.” On the field, expect the 2011 team to have a bit of

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Friday Harbor co-captain Mandy Turnbull will have her foot on the gas of the Wolverines offensive attack in the 2011 season. With three games in the first week of the season, beginning at home against Cedar Park Christian (4 p.m.), followed by a road trip to Division 2 South Whidbey, Sept. 7, the Wolverines should know where they stand in a hurry, as they chase after a fourth consecutive league crown.

For Fishaut, the telltale sign of a successful season doesn’t necessarily depend on the number of wins or the number of losses. “No matter what the score is or the standings are, if everyone goes out and competes and grows up a bit, I’m happy.” — Scott Rasmussen

Football Continued from page 11 raise the skill and level of play of the younger players in short order. That’s a total of seven adults providing insight, help and discipline for the 44 players that turned out for the varsity and the JV team, which, like a year ago, will have seven games of its own this season. “With seven guys that give us a lot more one-onone time with the kids,” he added Scheffer said the squad is also reaping the benefits of participating in summer football camp, which took place on the Eastern Washington University. Many of the 21 players who attended continued with their training regimens, including weights, after they returned home.

After a promising debut a year ago, sophomore quarterback Donald Galt will lead the Wolverines offensive attack in 2011. Scheffer expects the Wolverines will have their share of adversity to overcome and bumps along the way to endure. Still, he said the players, whether they’re battletested veterans or first-time recruits, are ready for the challenge and anxious for

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Around Town

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What’s Happening! Wednesday, Sept 7 ■ Bill & Rita Ament’s

Dance Happy classes and Zumba classes start, Ages 2 - 14. Creative. For info and registration, call 3789628.

Friday, Sept 9 ■ Storytime for

Preschoolers, 10:30 - 11:00 a.m., library meeting room. Bring the preschool children to the library for stories. Story books come alive. Children learn rhymes and songs, and get ready to learn to read.

Friday, Sept 9 - 11 ■ ’Paint the San Juans’

Two-day Weekend Workshops, Start time TBA, locations will vary with maritime and pastoral views of SJI. Instructor Annie HowellAdams will lead the workshops. Call 360-3782638 or stop by Funk & Junk for more info.

Rolling Stone Magazine has said David Bromberg’s “tracks shine like the A-list session man he’s always been.” Bromberg, session guitarist, bandleader, songwriter and roots music icon, makes his first San Juan Island visit, presenting a concert with the band Ollabelle, Saturday, Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m. at San Juan Community Theatre. After learning guitar at age 13, Bromberg got his professional music start in the Greenwich Village folk scene in the 1960s, where he watched and learned from some of the best performers, including his inspiration and teacher, the Reverend Gary Davis. He later played on hundreds of records by artists such as Bob Dylan, The Eagles, Ringo Star and Carly Simon. His first solo deal with Columbia Records in David Bromberg. 1970 led to a songwriting collaboration with former Beatle George Harrison. Today, Bromberg continues his musical journey, completing an ambitious new

8th Annual Open House and Barbecue at Friday Harbor Dentistry, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. See story on page 14.

■ Annual

Island Arts League Open House, 4 - 6 p.m. at 775 Mullis Street. See story page 14. ■ Farmer’s Market at

Brickworks, , 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., Brickworks Plaza. Runs through Oct. 29. For more info, email info@ sjifarmersmarket.com.

■ Chamber Music

See CALENDAR, Page 14

album “Use Me,” featuring his collaboration with such friends as Los Lobos, Vince Gill, Dr. John, Widespread Panic and John Hiatt. Joining Bromberg as backup band, and also performing an opening set of their own is Ollabelle -- a band getting attention these days for their eclectic mix of jazz, folk and rock. “Every time I hear something on the radio I truly love, it’s Ollabelle,” said singer Emmylou Harris. The Business Partner for the evening is Kings Market. In addition, a group of island underwriters donated funds to help pay for this special appearance. Tickets are $27 for adults, $13 for student reserved, with $5 student RUSH at the door. Contributed photo The SJCT box office is open Tuesdays through Fridays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tickets are also available on-line at www.sjctheatre.org

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Appearing regularly in concert within Canada, Vogt has also entertained audiences in England, the USA, Germany, France, Italy, Norway, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, China, and Japan. His Liszt series celebrates the Hungarian’s wide-ranging and powerful music. Vogt has recorded two volumes of Liszt’s music and a critic from The Times of London said of Vogt’s work, “I have never heard [Liszt’s] Norma Fantasy played with such consummate largesse...I was mesmerized by Vogt’s sheer control.” Chamber Music San Juans, directed by Patricia Kostek, was founded in 1990 by the late violinist Andor Toth, whose dream was to bring world-class musicians to the islands. The Business Partner for this performance is Robert Hare Stavers Photography. Tickets are $24 for adults and $12 for student reserved. $5 Student RUSH will be available at the door. A private donor has made provision for free tickets to anyone needing financial assistance to attend a theater event. The SJCT Box Office is open Tuesdays through Fridays, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Saturdays 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., and one hour before any performance. For more info, call 360378-3210, or visit www. sjctheatre.org.


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Arts League COMMUNITY Open House

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The Annual Island Arts League Open House is Saturday, Sept. 10, 4-6 p.m. at 775 Mullis Street, behind Whidbey Island Bank in the big blue building. You know the Island ARTS League for the great Art Raffle booth at the County Fair, for their art classes and workshops. Their mission is ‘providing

education in the arts.’ Stop in this week for original art from local artists on display and available for sale. For more info contact IslandArtsLeague@gmail. com.

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There will be steak and chicken on the barbecue, homemade salads, cookies and more. Attendees will be entered to win a whitening treatment, sonicare toothbrush or a professional cleaning.

Audition for SJ’s next musical Island children from 5 to 12 years old and island adults can audition for this fall’s San Juan Community Theatre family theatre musical “Oh No! Granny’s Got the Remote!� Auditions for children are Tuesday, Sept. 13, 3 p.m. in the FH Elementary School Gym. Adult auditions are Sunday, Sept. 18 at 2 p.m. “Oh No! Granny’s Got the Remote!� was written by Penelope Haskew and Teddy Deane. Some 50 children and 11 adults will be cast in this family theatre production. The play will be presented on the Whittier stage Nov. 18-20. For more info, contact Penelope Haskew at penelopehaskew@gmail.com.

Calendar Continued from page 13 â–  Chamber Music San Juans, 7:30 p.m., San Juan Community Theatre. See story page 13.

Thursday, Sept 15 â–  Literary Salon, 7 p.m., library, free. Drop in to visit with Margie Harrison and other avid readers. Meets on each third Thursday of the month to talk about the books you are reading.

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The 8th Annual Open House and Barbecue at Friday Harbor Dentistry is on Friday, Sept. 9 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Monday - Friday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 849 Spring Street Square

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This bulletin board space, donated by Friday Harbor Drug Co. & The Journal of the San Juan Isla nds available to nonprofit com , is munity ser vice clubs, churches & organizations at no charge. To reser ve space, call Howard Schonberger 8 days pri or to publication at The JOU RNAL: 378-5696.

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sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, the San Juan Grange and supported by the Daughters of the American Revolution. The program is $20 for pre-registered adults and $5 for students. Lunch and a 135-page study guide will be provided for $25 for adults and $10 for students. Send pre-registration to: American Legion Auxiliary Making of America Seminar, P.O. Box 1696, Friday Harbor, WA 98250. For more info, call Minnie Knych at 3787040 or email knych@ rockisland.com. Contributed photo

upgrades is on Saturday, Sept. 24, 1 p.m. at the terminus of Cattle Point Road. Land Bank will provide hand tools, snacks, and water. Call 378-4402 for more information.

A look at what happens when a southern town’s unspoken code of rules and behavior is shattered by three courageous women who strike up an unlikely friendship. Starring: Emma Stone, Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer

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■ Meet Author Cami Ostman, 6 p.m., library. Meet the author of “Second Wind: One Woman’s Midlife Quest to Run Seven Marathons on Seven Continents." ■ David Bromberg with Ollabelle, 7:30 p.m., San Juan Community Theatre. See story page 13. ■ The “Making of America� Seminar, 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m., San Juan Island Grange.. See story on page 13.

Tuesday, Sept 20 â–  Movies with Roy, 3 p.m., library meeting room with Roy.


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Saturday, Sept. 10 marks the move of the Friday Harbor Farmers Market to the recently completed Brickworks Plaza. Co-coordinators Candace Jagel and Anna Coffelt have been working overtime with the vendors to orchestrate set up at the new site. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re looking forward to the culmination of almost a decade of effort and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been a wild ride thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s taken tenacity, vision and creativity. We so appreciate the community support, which keeps on growingâ&#x20AC;? said Jagel. Plan to attend the Harvest Celebration Dinner at Brickworks, Sunday, Oct. 16, hosted by the San Juan Islands Agricultural Guild and the Friday Harbor Farmers Market Association. A Speaker Series is also in the works, and the Ag Guild is looking into the possibility of making games such as bocce ball, badminton and croquet available for the green space. Several local businesses and county departments have donated use of their private parking lots for events at Brickworks. Please see the parking map (above) for details. In order to allow access for those with limited mobility, please limit parking at Brickworks to 30 minutes.


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