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Northshore Fire Department Lt. Steve Loutsis, left, and Battalion Chief Doug Knight stand in front of a Twin Towers piece of steel, which is permanently on display at the Kenmore station. About 100 people visited the station last Sunday on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. ANDY NYSTROM, Bothell-Kenmore Reporter

9/11: LOOKING BACK 10 YEARS AGO BY ANDY NYSTROM anystrom@bothell-reporter.com

As Henry Magill glanced at a piece of steel from the Twin Towers, he sighed and shed a few tears. The 94-year-old Bothell resident visited the Northshore Fire Department in Kenmore last Sunday morning — on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington, DC — to view an artifact from those iconic structures and talk about that fateful day in American history. “I thought I’d better get down there and take a look,” said the former 25-year Seattle Fire Department employee. “I was up at 5 o’ clock and I watched (a 9/11 program) on the TV. I

“I’m just thinking about what happened and what it did to the country. Just a day to remember.” Northshore Fire Department Lt. Steve Loutsis

felt sorry for them (the first responders), they really didn’t have a chance ... the way that thing came down on them.” Northshore Battalion Chief Doug Knight noted that the local department is one of 18 in Washington state — and 1,218 worldwide — that received steel pieces from the New YorkNew Jersey Port Authority. Knight praised Lt. Steve Loutsis for informing him of the requests for Twin Towers artifacts.

“We are very privileged and honored to be among those agencies awarded an artifact for public display,” Knight said. Added Loutsis about the 9/11 anniversary: “I’m just thinking about what happened and what it did to the country. Just a day to remember.” Last Sunday, about 100 people — citizens, police officers, firefighters and Kenmore City Councilmembers — visited the station to view the artifact and remember those who lost their lives on 9/11, according to Fire Commissioner Dave Maehren. One man donated a photo of downtown Manhattan and another man, who lost three close friends and relatives on 9/11, attended the gathering. [ more 9/11 page 6 ]

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Kenmore Mayor David Baker says the city strives to increase play opportunities for the community. The national nonprofit KaBOOM! has taken notice, and for the second straight year has included Kenmore on its 2011 Playful City USA list. Auburn and Mercer Island also made the national list of 151 cities and towns. “In the past couple years, the city has installed a basketball court, new playground equipment, signed an agreement with Bastyr University for use of the sports fields and there’s more park improvements planned in the near future,” Baker said. In addition, joint-use agreements are used to share playspaces between the city and local schools. KaBOOM! created Playful City USA in 2007 to help local governments address the play deficit by ensuring their children have the time and space they need to play. “The play deficit continues to harm our children and stifle their mental and physical development, while directly facilitating the ongoing childhood obesity crisis,” said Darell Hammond, KaBOOM! founder and CEO and author of The New York Times best seller “KaBOOM!: How One Man Built a Movement to Save Play.” “These 151 Playful City USA communities have joined KaBOOM! in making a collective statement that we will no longer accept the misconception that play is a luxury when the reality is that play is an absolute necessity for children.”


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Enthusiasm reigns supreme on Senior Citizens’ Day

An hour spent on a downtown Bothell street provided a lifetime of insight into how much seniors enjoy their lives. There was singing, dancing, accordion and guitar playing, tai chi and plenty of talk about why the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce and city of Bothell presented their second Senior Citizens’ Day on Tuesday. “We want to let people know what we’re up to ... and we’re up to a lot,� said Bothell’s Rebecca Young, who sang with the Northshore Senior Center Variety Band in the morning and afternoon. Young wouldn’t give her exact age, but noted that she’s in her 80s, with a wink and a smile. Over at the Northshore Senior Center booth, one of many set up on one block of 101st Avenue Northeast, Pat Smith, 80, added about the day: “It’s just wonderful. You look out at everyone and it feels great.� Some seniors were doing the band thing, others were lounging around and there were two women strolling along the street proudly decked out in their biking outfits. They probably came straight off the Burke Gilman Trail — and they were most likely headed back out there afterward. Sue Monwai, 78, embodied the strong senior spirit like no other as she sang one song then changed outfits to perform a Hawaiian wedding dance. She said having enthusiasm and a good attitude is what it’s all about when one gets older. Chateau Retirement Communities Marketing and Activities Director Rebecca Ricards added that the day is set aside for celebrating seniors and all they’ve accomplished. And, of course, they continue to make an impact each day. Andy Nystrom

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As accordion player Sid Schaudies, 64, did his thing and Monwai sang, tai-chi instructor Deborah Magallanes appeared as if from out of nowhere and joined Monwai for a quick dance. “One of the first things I noticed today is that senior doesn’t mean, ‘old and worn out,’� she said. “Senior means ‘vital and excited about life.’� Schaudies, who also plays harmonica, wasn’t about to rest on his laurels after playing some impressive tunes during the band’s early set. He was already looking forward to the afternoon concert. “I’ll be better later,� he said with a laugh. And the day after, and the day after that.

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Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has struck a strong chord in the country with his call for corporations to withhold campaign contributions from those in Congress until they get serious about fixing the deficit mess. We hope his effort continues to grow. Since starting this effort last month, more than 100 business leaders — large and small — have signed on to Schultz’s two-part pledge: “To withhold political campaign contributions until a transparent, comprehensive, bipartisan debt-and-deficit package is reached that honestly, and fairly, sets America on a path to long-term financial health and security, and to do all we can to break the cycle of economic uncertainty that grips our country by committing to accelerate investment in jobs and hiring.� Schultz obviously has hit the bulls-eye in

his comments. It was reported that employers nationwide added no new jobs in August. In fact, total payrolls were unchanged, the first time since 1945 that the government reported a net job change of zero. And, the national unemployment rate stayed at 9.1 percent. “I love our country. And I am a beneficiary of the promise of America,� Schultz said in a open letter to the country. But, he continued, “I am very concerned that at times I do not recognize the America that I love.� He’s not alone. The constant bickering and backstabbing that goes on in the nation’s capital is disgusting. The word “grandstanding� doesn’t come close to political jousting among the Senate, House and the president. The net result is that it is the average Ameri-

can who feels the hurt and pain. People do want jobs. Sadly, many people have given up after trying month after month, only to come up empty handed. Businesses, too, suffer in this stalled economy. They can’t get credit, which means they can’t expand and hire more workers. And economists wonder why consumer confidence is so low. Big businesses like Starbucks obviously can make a big splash with this campaign. But momand-pop operations — and individuals, too — can do their part. When politicians come asking for contributions, keep your money in your pocket. It’s pretty obviously these days that you need it far more than they. —Craig Groshart, Bellevue Reporter


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Scouts trek through New Mexico wilderness BY SAM MCCRAVEY Special to the Reporter

A crew of 10 Kenmore teenage scouts and their two adult leaders, from Boy Scout Troop 582, recently went on a life-changing summer trek through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains at Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, NM. Philmont covers 214 square miles of vast wilderness with trails that climb from 6,500 feet to as high as 12,441 feet. During their trek Boy Scout Troop 582 hiked more than 85 miles in 11 days. Their trek also included standing on the summit of five different mountains, the highest of which was Mt. Phillips — 11,700 feet above sea level. The group of scouts and their advisers carried everything they needed to survive during their trek on their backs from camp to camp. They participated in back-country programs along the way including rock climbing, challenge courses, spar-pole climbing, homesteading and blackpowder rifle shooting. The trek included working three hours on a conservation project where the scouts learned and participated in the upkeep of Philmont’s

Kenmore Boy Scout Troop 582 on its recent New Mexico hike. Courtesy photo ecosystem. Along the trek, scouts endured tough challenges including backpacking in bear and mountain lion territory, steep climbs and often-inclement weather, such as a hail storm that turned the ground white. “They may meet only one other group of scouts on the trail in an entire day of hiking,� according to Backpacker Magazine. “Even in the most crowded destinations, each scout group camps in isolation, out of sight and sound of all other groups.� The crew made what amounts to a scouting pilgrimage with its trip to Philmont Scout Ranch, which is the Boy Scouts of

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Human rights takes center stage

Kenmore resident and adviser to the Seattle Chapter of Youth for Human Rights, Tony Sciumbato (far left), designed and constructed an award-winning float featured in the Celebrate Shoreline Parade and Festival last month. Taking a cue from his win last year, Sciumbato constructed an even bigger float for this year’s parade with the theme taken from the U.N.’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights. “It’s important that children learn from an early age to become advocates for tolerance and peace,� he said. “My hat’s off to all the youth and adult sponsors who helped our entry win the ‘Best of Parade Float’ award and who got the word out about how vital it is that everyone knows their human rights.� STEVE PEARCE, Special to the Reporter

Arts of Kenmore offering grants for schools The Arts of Kenmore is offering financial assistance to local school art, drama and music departments to augment funding of various programs. Grants are intended to be used to enhance all art forms taught in the Kenmore schools, and are not necessarily restricted to “projects.� Requests

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Kenmore Named Playful City USA Community The City of Kenmore is proud to announce that KaBOOM! has selected Kenmore as a 2011 Playful City USA Community. Kenmore is one of 151 communities across 38 states and one territory to be recognized for its expressed commitment and willingness to take action for play. KaBOOM! selected Kenmore for its outstanding dedication to play. In the past couple years, the City has installed a basketball court, new playground equipment, signed an agreement with Bastyr University for use of the sports fields.

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FROM MUSIC TO ART Gene Gentry McMahon played bass with the University of Washington-based rock band The Stepsisters in the 1970s, and she and her mates counted glam, make-up-wearing rockers KISS among their friends. They met the demon, star child, spaceman and cat on the road, and got backstage passes to one of the band’s Seattle gigs back in the day. The 1961 Bothell High grad had an affinity for music, but she was just as infatuated with art. Gentry McMahon, 68, graduated from the UW with master’s and bachelor’s degrees in fine arts and began a long career focusing on painting, prints and a bit of sculpting. “I thought, ‘Is it art or music?’� she said last week in her art studio a block up from Elliott Bay. “I can paint until I’m 100 ... although now, there are plenty of women playing that type of music, which at the time was freakish to all of us.� She went the art route, and has been a teacher, mentor and arts advocate over the years — and she’s now a member of the Northshore Wall of Honor. Her studio is also home to a large stack of CDs and cassette tapes, so music most likely inspires her to create art, as well.

Currently, she’s working on a historical project to be placed in the Seattle Aquarium in October titled “Waterworks: Puget Sound and Duwamish.� She received two grants for the project, which focuses on the years between 1874-1900. Gentry McMahon’s earliest art dealt with water, as well, but in much different scenarios. “My sister and I drew to the soap operas on the radio, and always made drawings of our parents’ cocktail parties. And for some reason they were always under water,� she laughed, noting that social satire in painting has been her forte from the get-go. Two of her standout grown-up art works are a mural at the Westlake Station Metro tunnel showcasing retail shopping, and 13 pieces of art depicting significant figures in Seattle [ more HONOR page 11 ]

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BOTHELL VOLLEYBALL TO HOST SPIRIT NIGHT During the Bothell High School (BHS) volleyball team’s home opener against the Newport Knights on Sept. 20 in the BHS gym, the Cougars will host “Spirit Night� to honor their school and the Bothell community. First serve is at 7 p.m. This year’s event is being expanded to further engage the BHS community and the excitement of volleyball. Fan and students will be encouraged to wear all blue, and during the evening three local residents will be honored along with two BHS teachers and presented with special Cougar Spirit plaques. In addition, a number of prize giveaways and raffles will be held for those in attendance, including Cougars T-shirts and a schedule magnet to all Bothell students, and one of two iPod Nanos. The BHS gym, named the Cougar Den, is located at 9130 N.E. 180th St.

The Bothell Cougars were handed their first loss of the season on Saturday night at Pop Keeney Stadium, losing 26-14 to the visiting Mount Si Wildcats. The Cougars kicked off the scoring in the first quarter with quarterback Austen Dahl’s 12-yard pass to Trent Sewell, but the Wildcats responded in the second with a pair of field goals and a touchdown to take a 13-7 lead into the locker room. Late in the first quarter, the Cougars’ starting center, Kevin Seguine, was hit hard under his face mask and left the game after an injury delay. In the third, Dahl again connected with Sewell, on a 20-yarder, but the Wildcats went on to score 13 unanswered points to put the game away. Mount Si’s Cameron Vanwinkle kicked all four of the Wildcats’ field goals, including a career-best 47-yarder in the fourth quarter. The Wildcats’ defense held the Cougars to just 107 yards rushing for the game, while intercepting Dahl (11-for-28, 165 yards) twice. With the loss, the Cougars dropped to 1-1 in nonleague play. They take on Newport (1-1) tonight at 7 p.m. at Newport Stadium.

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Bothell defensive lineman Nick Hosler, assisted by Jeremy Ruef (left) takes down a Mount Si player for a tackle during the Cougars’ 28-17 loss to the Wildcats at Pop Keeney last weekend. The Cougars will try to rebound against Newport tonight at 7 p.m. at Newport Stadium. PHOTO COURTESY OF TONY QUINTOS made some noise of their own playing at Pop Keeney Stadium on Friday night, taking down 3A power Juanita via a 19-0 shutout. With neither team seeing much action in the red zone early on, the Vikings took a 6-0 lead into halftime with a pair of field goals, 34 and 42 yards, off the foot of Willie Augustavo. In the second half, Davis Walker ran in a 1-yarder and running back Junior Vi added another score in the fourth. With the win, Inglemoor improved to 2-0 on the season and went on to play

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Derrick of Inglemoor and Gavin Stener of Bothell rounded out the top five with 44s.

BHS VOLLEYBALL BLANKS EDMONDS-WOODWAY The Cougar volleyball team got its 2011 campaign off strong with a 3-0 road sweep of Edmonds-Woodway on Monday night via game scores of 25-22, 25-17 and 25-22. For Bothell, the trio of Katie Arneson, Emma Salud and Piercen Lundquist

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At your new Kenmore KeyBank branch. A new KeyBank branch has opened in your community. Stop in and earn $150 when you: 9Open a qualifying KeyBank Checking Account by September 30, 2011

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9Make at least ďŹ ve payments and/or purchases per month (e.g., KeyBank Debit MasterCard,ÂŽ Online Bill Pay, etc.) for the ďŹ rst three months after account opening 9Make three direct deposits each of $500 or more by January 6, 2012 Learn how you can receive $2002* when you open a new Key PrivilegeÂŽ Checking Account!

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Between 6/25/11 and 9/30/11, you must open a Key Express, Key AdvantageÂŽ or Key Coverage Checking Account and make at least ďŹ ve posted payments and/or purchases from the new checking account per month for the ďŹ rst three months after account opening plus within three months make a total of three direct deposits each of $500 or more by 1/6/12 to get $150.

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Between 6/25/11 and 9/30/11, you must open a Key Privilege Checking Account and make at least ďŹ ve posted payments and/or purchases from the new checking account per month for the ďŹ rst three months after account opening plus within three months make a total of three direct deposits each of $500 or more by 1/6/12 to get $200.

This offer is ONLY valid at the Kenmore branch located at 7830 NE Bothell Way, Kenmore, WA 98028.

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*One month is calculated as 31 calendar days from account opening date (three months equals 93 calendar days from account opening date). Limit one gift per qualifying account. Limit one gift per individual. The value of your gift will be reported on Form 1099INT. Your gift will be deposited into your Checking Account within 90 days of meeting requirements. Qualifying purchase and payment transactions include checks, MasterCard signature, PayPassÂŽ and PIN-based purchases, Key Bill Pay, debit card automated payments, PayPalÂŽ transactions and Automated Clearing House (ACH) direct payments. Direct deposit transactions are limited to: payroll, Social Security, pension, and government beneďŹ ts. Offer available to individuals without an existing checking account at KeyBank as of 6/24/11. Offer not available to individuals who have opened a KeyBank checking account in the last 12 months. Employees of KeyBank, its afďŹ liates, and subsidiaries are not eligible for this offer. If you close your account within 180 days of account opening, you will be charged a $25 account early closure fee. Accounts overdrawn or closed as of 1/6/12 are not eligible for this offer. Accounts titled as Trust Accounts, Estate, Non-Individual, and No Access are excluded from eligibility. You must have a U.S. mailing address on 1/6/12 to be eligible. Offer is subject to cancellation without notice, and cannot be combined with any other offer. Other miscellaneous charges may apply. MasterCard is a registered trademark of MasterCard International Incorporated. This card is issued by KeyBank pursuant to a license by MasterCard International Incorporated. MasterCard PayPassÂŽ is a registered trademark of MasterCard International Incorporated. KeyBank Instructions: Please use the Marketing code process.

Bothell/Kenmore Reporter, September 16, 2011  

September 16, 2011 edition of the Bothell/Kenmore Reporter

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