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TASTE OF LYNWOOD: The historic

neighborhood celebrates with music, food, fun.

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Winslow fétes Civil service controversy continues a fresh start Jessica Hoch/Staff Photos | Top image composite

Islanders covered “Winslow in White” for a late-summer celebration of the downtown community and a newly opened street. Top: tables dressed in white linens spread from the Christian Science Monitor to the Madison Avenue intersection. From left to write: (left and middle) tables were adorned picnic-style by attendees who purchased tables or got free tickets to the event; Singer Victoria Robertson (right) volunteered to sing the National Anthem, which served especially poignant as the event was held on Sept. 11.

Stakes higher for commission with the alleged violations.




By JESSICA HOCH Staff Writer

The controversy involving the city’s Civil Service Commission was elevated this week after former Secretary/Chief Examiner Kim Hendrickson filed an ethics complaint and a petition to remove two of the commission’s three sitting members. The commission’s continuing drama was triggered by the termination of Hendrickson’s indepen-

dent contract with the city in August. Commission 1:35 PM Chair David Hand and Commissioner George McKinney. both of whom had resigned earlier in the month and later retracted their resignations, are the subject of the ethics violation and petition for removal. Hendrickson filed the ethics complaint before the CSC meeting on Friday, Sept. 9, and submitted the petition for removal on Monday. The documents charge the commissioners with malfeasance in office and dereliction of duty and alleges: violation of the Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA); acting to limit public access to commission proceedings and information; attempting to manipulate records of commis-

sion proceedings, violating rules governing temporary appointments; and putting the city at increased risk for litigation. The commissioners clearly drew their lines in the sand at Friday’s meeting. The controversy has also split the City Council, which will now be charged with conducting a process to review the allegations, and to make any decisions related to appointing and removing commissioners. The council meeting set for Wednesday was cancelled within hours of the scheduled start time due to a lack of quorum. The volunteer citizen committee, which is responsible for independent oversight of police department hires and employment deci-

sions, has been under fire since last month. The prior role of the S/ CE was in the form of an “independent contractor” responsible for administrative duties, compliance with commission rules and other BIPD employment tasks including writing job descriptions and administering employment exams. The heart of the current dispute is over the vote to either retain the S/CE position as an independent contractor or to fill the position with a city employee. Hendrickson and the third commissioner, Robert Fernandez, claim that a vote was taken involving the proposed change in June and SEE CIVIL SERVICE, A5

Winslow celebrates with a sigh of relief, a pinch of grief and a show of belief in brighter days ahead.

By JESSICA HOCH Staff Writer

Donned in white and with a picnic dinner in hand, hundreds of islanders gathered in the late-summer glow to rekindle the downtown community in a picturesque celebration. It has been a long summer, especially for downtown merchants who had to fight for their customers through piles of dirt, bulldozers and delays from a city that promised the opening of Winslow Way by July 4 and delivered nearly two

months late. For husband and wife property owners Frank and Joann Burlingame it was a chance to honor their tenants, who survived the upheaval. “My husband came home from the event and we both agreed that it was a celebration all small communities ought to have,” said Joann. “It is a neat way to help build community, and that’s what it should really be about, supporting the local community.” SEE WINSLOW, A4

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AROUND THE ISLAND Island lawyer top choice for House

Lawyer Drew Hansen of Bainbridge Island was the top choice of Democratic Party precinct committee officers for appointment to the 23rd District state House seat. Drew Hansen Legislative aide Holly Mortlock placed second and Poulsbo City Councilman Ed Stern placed third of the six applicants. The prioritized list of finalists goes to the Kitsap Board of County Commissioners to make the appointment.

The House seat was vacated by Sen. Christine Rolfes, who was appointed to the state Senate after Phil Rockefeller resigned. Rockefeller was appointed by Gov. Chris Gregoire to the Northwest Power and Conservation Council. The Kitsap County Democratic Central Committee held a special caucus last Sunday at the Kitsap County Event Center, to interview the candidates and prioritize their choices for appointment. Democrats get to make the recommendation because the office had been held by a Democrat. The appointee will have to run in November 2012 for a full term. Hansen is a partner at

Susman Godfrey LLP, focusing over the last few years on climate change litigation and is also the author of “The Dream: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Speech That Inspired A Nation” and is a guest speaker on civil rights issues at public schools and colleges. He is a part-time lecturer at the University of Washington Law School, a member of the Olympic College Foundation Board, a governorappointed member of the Community Economic Revitalization Board and a 23rd Legislative District Democrats executive board member. A Republican has already announced his candidacy for the position in 2012: James Olsen of Bainbridge Island. The retired U.S. Coast Guard captain, who ran unsuccessfully for the House

in 2010, has criticized Rockefeller for leaving the state Senate before his term’s end — and Rolfes for leaving the House for the Senate — saying elected officials have a contract with voters to serve the terms to which they are elected, and not use those positions as stepping stones. Members of the House and Senate receive $42,106 a year. House members serve twoyear terms; there are 98 representatives from 49 districts. Senators serve four-year terms; there are 49 senators from 49 districts.

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engage in a community energy discussion. Harris will address the island’s energy-related concerns and PSE’s resource alternatives. Following the discussion Harris and representatives from local energy, business and environmental groups will hold a question-and-answer session. Topics to be discussed include: how PSE will help reduce the island’s carbon footprint; PSE plans to support energy efficiency efforts on the island and in the greater Kitsap County region; and PSE infrastructure projects including a fourth substation. The event is Sunday, Sept. 18, 7 - 8:30 p.m. at the Great Hall in IslandWood, 4450 Blakely Ave. NE.

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As of Sept. 6, 2011 the Washington State Department of Transportation will permanently close Alaskan Way S. between S. King Street and S. Atlantic Street and the ferry holding lanes under the viaduct. Drivers may continue to access the Washington State Ferries Colman Dock using Alaskan Way S., north of S. King Street. WSDOT installed green “To Ferry” signs along the ferry access routes to help drivers find their way to the ferries. WSDOT posted additional signs directing passengers leaving the terminal to I-5 and I-90. The closure is part of the viaduct replacement program to build a bored tunnel in downtown Seattle.

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Nasty storm begets emergency preparedness By DENNIS ANSTINE Staff Writer

Last year’s pre-Thanksgiving storm was memorable for its surprising ferocity, including several days of sub-freezing temperatures during a lengthy power outage. On a positive note, however, it may be known more for being the life-threatening storm that finally led to the island getting its first official “warming station.” Sheila Curwen, a Senior Center board member whose outrage triggered a multiagency effort to establish an emergency preparedness site at the center, said she saw the perilousness of the situation in Winslow first hand. “We were without heat for five days in my apartment building,” she said. “One woman was hospitalized because of it and another never got out of bed all that time. It was obscene that there wasn’t a place for people to go to get warm.” What followed was an active campaign by the Senior Center board to have the Kitsap County Department

of Emergency Management (KCDEM) officially establish a station at the center, which culminated Tuesday with the dedication of a powerful 45-kilowatt generator that will serve the downtown area during weather emergencies. There was considerable doubt at first that the goal could be reached since the cost of buying and operating the propane-fed generator was prohibitive. But the timing was fortunate since Homeland Security had widened its mission to include emergency preparedness issues, such as helping the elderly and other vulnerable people to be sheltered during winter storms. The federal agency provided a $25,000 grant to pay for half of the $50,000 generator, and the Senior Center came up with $25,000 to pay for the propane tank, fuel and the tank’s concrete pad. The generator will be able to operate indefinitely if needed, and has the capability to warm the Senior Center’s Common hall and other parts of the building, which will be

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Margot Jacobs (left) used giant scissors – then handed off to Senior Center board member Tom Kilbane – for the ceremonial ribboncutting of the center’s new generator. Margot said she was chosen “because I bake a lot of cookies and they love you for doing that.” remodeled and expanded in the near future. While use of the new warming station will be primarily temporary, if KCDEM

declares an emergency the Commons could be turned into a 24-hour use area managed by the American Red Cross. Meals, bedding and

other stores will be on hand in case they’re needed. Phyllis Mann, director of KCDEM, said the effort to place the county’s first expanded warming station in Winslow was a matter of several agencies stepping up when the timing was perfect. Besides involvement by the Senior Center, Homeland Security and KCDEM, the county, city, park district, Puget Sound Energy and others worked steadily during the last several months to establish the station. PSE, for example, was involved monetarily and with in-kind contributions involving the generator. “This has been about collaboration,” Mann said. “This started three years ago when Homeland Security decided that it’s not just about fighting terrorism and started loosening up funds for emergency preparedness.” Mann said it became obvious that the weak link in her agency’s program was the lack of winter shelters. “We decided that our most vulnerable residents won’t die from coldness in Kitsap

County,” she said. “It’s taken time, but this is a seed and we will follow through elsewhere.” She said Bremerton also has a generator for a temporary shelter, and there are plans for more stations being opened in South, Central and North Kitsap County. Larry Berdan, a PSE program manager, said he has been involved in similar projects in PSE’s coverage area though Bainbridge is unique because of the number of power outages that occur with the island’s heavy vegetation. “This project is one of the best I’ve been involved in because of the need,” he said. “Also it was well guided and orchestrated throughout.” As for Curwen, she recognizes the dire need of a station in Winslow because of its elderly population, but she wants to see more elsewhere on the island. “This is a prototype for a neighborhood type of thing,” she said. “We also should have them at Wilkes, Lynwood, Seabold – all over the island. We have more work to do.”

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Feel in the dark about this mysterious picnic? Part of the allure of the “Winslow in White” event was its element of spontaneity, advertised only through social media with little to no budget. The event, which fell on Sept. 11, was created by the Bainbridge Island Downtown Association and the Revitalization Partnership - a consulting group geared to creating vibrant downtown business corridors. The directions were simple. Wear white, bring your own picnic and celebrate community. Winslow Way was closed to vehicles and tables were lined from the Christian Science Reading Room to the Madison Avenue intersection. At a cost of $125, attendees could purchase a “premium” table with eight chairs, floral arrangements and small gifts; a basic table could be reserved for $50, and anyone could reserve four general admission tickets at no cost. Within four days of the event announcement,

Andrea Mackin, who helped orchestrate the event, said they were near capacity. Modeled after the French “Diner en Blanc” when thousands of Parisians show up for a spontaneous feast in some of the city’s most public locations. One of the most celebrated elements of the event is its mystery and enchantment of surprise. The dinner began in 1988 and has since grown to encompass thousands, but remains an event spread only through word-of-mouth among trusted friends. Mackin said her team saw the event as a way to celebrate a spirit of Bainbridge resilience and renewal. Attendees brought individual celebrations to the table. The Burlingames, who purchased tables for 24 guests, chose to celebrate a hopeful new beginning for their Roby King Gallery, Sweet Deal and Bainbridge Homes tenants. They provided a dinner of mixedgreen salad, salmon and vegetables from their garden. “I don’t know if we could ever have a more perfect evening, but we hope it will become an annual event,” said Joann. Bainbridge Bakers owner

Michael Louden was impressed by the dazzling scene of white, and its boon to business. Local restaurateurs were invited to provide take-away fare to be advertised for attendees. Louden said his bakery sold about 80 meals. “We appreciated the opportunity from the event creators, and it actually turned out to be a good thing commercially.” Louden said he can gauge community buzz reverberating from the walls of his cafe, and said it’s universally positive, with room for improvement next year. Members of one online forum were resentful of feeling left out from an event with a closed guest list and a secretive nature that felt as if it was geared to a “targeted” group of community members. Seats were intentionally left open for passers-by to join in, Mackin said, and she hopes this year’s event sets the table for an annual “Winslow in White” for the community to adopt.

Hardtimes The celebration of an open street is bitter sweet for some. For business own-

ers such as Garin Pangburn and his wife Charisse, their boutique Possums couldn’t survive. Their Winslow Mall shop, along with Oil and Water art supplies were victims of the black curtain and days of zero sales as the construction ensued. “We tried to give it until July, when the city promised the street would reopen, but construction just kept going and we couldn’t hold on,” Pangburn said. He said they expected the normal sales drop-off after the holidays, but summer tourist sales were needed to revive business. Unlike in the previous years of business, sales remained flat from January through August with just a slight uptick in the summer months, but not enough to break even. Pangburn, who runs Possum shops in Poulsbo and Gig Harbor as well, tied the sales drop directly to construction. His other stores are functioning as healthy businesses in a poor economy, he said. “Sure we would want to come back to the island, maybe next year, but after seeing how the city handled the construction it would be


a hard pill to swallow.”

Newbeginnings With the new sidewalks poured and cars traversing Winslow Way again, the stage for a downtown “revitalization” is set. Larry Nakata, of Town and Country Market, thanked downtown supporters during his opening remarks at the event. “True to the character of our island community,” he said, “no major business project occurs without lots of conversation and some degree of controversy. While many of the necessary changes have occurred underneath us, lots of good things have and will continue to occur at street level. Soon Winslow Way will be standing tall and is in a position to continue on as the heart and soul of Bainbridge.” Mackin also said new beginnings are on the horizon with non-traditional businesses ready to take on existing real estate with unique ideas. “We are ready to attract the long-term business that wants to be a part of revitalizing a healthy, vibrant downtown,” she said.

Attorney leaves city for UW By DENNIS ANSTINE Staff Writer

City attorney Jack Johnson, who joined the City of Bainbridge Island about 13 months ago, had decided to return to the University of Washington for a second tour of duty – this time as the university’s chief of staff to President Michael Young. Johnson, 57, joined the city in August 2010 after spending nine years as chief of the university’s division of the State Attorney General’s Office. He grew up in Kitsap County and has lived on Bainbridge Island since 1985. His new position begins on Oct. 24. “It’s not a job I applied for – the president contacted me about it,” Johnson said Wednesday. “But it’s a oncein-a-lifetime career opportunity to help contribute to the success of an outstandSee JoHnSon, A16

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failed with Commissioners Fernandez and Hand against. At the Aug. 12 meeting, the vote was re-introduced, by commissioner McKinney, and passed with approval from Hand and McKinney. Hand argues there was no June vote. “I know how I vote, when I vote and how I vote,” said Hand. “When it is repeated and then again [repeated], in my view, this becomes a deliberate falsehood.” Commissioner McKinney also took exception. “I have concerns about [Hendrickson’s] minute taking,” said McKinney. “What you put down is what you want to hear.” Councilors Bill Knobloch and Kim Brackett, who

attended the meeting contend there was a vote. A June vote is pertinent because if a vote was taken and McKinney was on the losing side, then it’s a violation for McKinney to re-introduce the motion according to Robert’s Rules of Order, which govern commission procedures. On Friday, Hendrickson said she was disturbed by Hand and McKinney’s actions. “The casual attitude to their duties is completely inappropriate,” said Hendrickson. “There is a new demand for seriousness about rules, particularly about hiring rules when it comes to the BIPD.” At the direction of Chair Hand, Bauer assigned a city human resources employee to act as interim S/CE until a permanent hire is made. Hendrickson was previously

told her contract would end Sept. 30, but Hand delegated her only remaining duty as turning over all records. “I think the chair feels that he cannot rely on her to perform her duties in the manner in which the commission would like performed,” Bauer said. Hendrickson and Fernandez remain opposed to the transfer. Fernandez referenced the Seattle Police Guild v City of Seattle 2004 appellate decision when Seattle’s attempt to transfer commission functions to city personnel was invalidated by the court in a motion he made Friday. “The motion I made was to shift the administrative duties such as note taking to a city employee, but for the commission to keep its independence by hiring an S/ CE to score tests, assist with the employee hiring lists and

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other responsibilities related to BIPD employment,” said Fernandez. There was no second to the motion made by Fernandez at Friday’s meeting. “A S/CE [with] two ‘bosses’ – the city manager and the Civil Service Commission – will be conflicted when there is a divergence between administration and Commission interests,” said Hendrickson in objection to the August vote. Hendrickson said the debate over the S/CE position deserves public scrutiny, but was discussed out of the public eye. According to the ethics violation, the trouble started when commissioners met with Bauer and City Attorney Jack Johnson behind closed doors in a commission meeting without public notification. Bauer declined to address the allegations

because it is the council and ethic’s committee’s role to decide on the issues. Bauer requested the meeting to respond to a letter sent by Hendrickson requesting the resources necessary for the commission to adhere to CSC rules and state law, including office space and outside legal counsel. At the meeting, Bauer raised her concerns with city compliance, including Hendrickson’s role as an “independent contractor.” Bauer said she was concerned about the legal status of a contractor with access to City Hall, budget impacts for outside attorney services and issues with personnel records kept at a person’s home. Bauer said there can be significant consequences for treating a contractor as a city employee, yet she was uncomfortable with public records being kept at home.

Bauer queried 15 other cities, all of which stated they handle the S/CE position internally. Bauer said her conversations over commission organization ended at that time. Hendrickson remains confident about her role. “What is important is that my contract was terminated without cause, and it occurred – coincidentally or not – after I expressed concerns to the city manager and commissioners about commission operations,” said Hendrickson. “I have an obligation, as the S/CE, to make sure commission rules are followed.” The council and city’s ethics committee are now charged with deciphering the facts. The council voted 4-2 vote as a show of public support for the CSC’s decision in August.

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What makes Bainbridge special? Resourcefulness


ne could argue that Bainbridge has grown increasingly schismatic since the island became a city some 20 years ago, and some believe the culprit is the government itself. Others want to blame the current economic downslide since things seemed to be going swimmingly until a few years ago when the city’s real estate-based income dropped precipitously almost overnight. Or maybe we just have too many lawyers. Or it could be that a doubling of the community’s population during that time is most responsible for it evolving from a loosely defined, church-oriented leadership into a more rigid, electoral governance that is expected to lead us toward consensus regarding what’s important to us. And what is that? There are some easy answers, such as keeping the outside world at bay by prohibiting the retail-chain explosion that’s happened off island. Or ensuring that there is a balance between development and preservation. There’s no doubt we think this place is unique, maybe even magical, and we have to ensure it doesn’t crossover, even though about one-third of the island’s adults do exactly that five days a week on ferry boats. But, as we all should know, democracy is slipshod in practice and just because we elect officials it doesn’t mean they know what they’re doing, unless of course they are the four (in any council) who have the most votes and believe that makes them unerring, all-knowing and convinced they know what’s best for all of us. So, is that consensus? Maybe somewhere, but not here where plenty of people are smart enough to know when a public process has real integrity and isn’t just a democratic facade, such as Winslow Tomorrow. What really makes Bainbridge special is when someone’s vision leads to genuine, grassroots involvement by the community. Generally, it’s best when politics aren’t involved and people see it for what it is – a gift from one islander to another that snowballs until it becomes us. Anyway, that’s what an oldtimer will tell you.


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LETTERS Port District

A ‘no’ vote for formation of junior taxing agency Is it true that a Port District can tax Bainbridge property owners $15 million over six years without voter approval? Is it true that the Port District can buy property over 20 years on a contract without voter approval? Is it true that the Port District can raise money by issuing bonds? Could three of five port commissioners decide to assume the city’s responsibility under the Bainbridge Island Harbor Act? Could three of five port commissioners decide to condemn property against the wishes of the property owners? Yes, yes, yes, yes and yes. Is this a good idea? No. Richard Buchanan Bainbridge Island

Island life

Awaiting claim adjustor at an auto body shop A letter to my dear Bainbridge Island resident. I want to thank you for the lovely gift you gave me on Friday, Aug. 12. Imagine my surprise as I left Pegasus Coffee House at 8:20 in the morning to see that you have hit my car. Wow. I’m sorry I wasn’t able to properly thank you as you left so abruptly. Some, well, they might even say you fled, but I prefer to imagine you rushing off to share your winning personality with other fellow islanders. How can I possibly thank you? Oh, that’s

right, I can’t because you didn’t leave a note or any contact information, Darn. You gave me such a thoughtless, er, thoughtful gift, I just don’t know how to thank you. And then you escaped as though a thief in the night. And, you know, it truly is the gift that keeps on giving. I think of you often when I am on the phone on hold with the super helpful people at my insurance company, and visiting my bank to arrange the transfer of funds for my deductible payment. Keep up the great work. You are living the “treat others as you would like to be treated” message to which we Bainbridge islanders truly aspire. My wish for you is that some stranger will repay your kindness and give you the gift you gave to me. In spades. Jerry Stephonson Bainbridge Island


Farm-to-Table dinner last month was a big hit Friends of the Farms wishes to thank the entire community for supporting the Farm to Table Dinner on Aug. 12. With the guidance and generosity of Linda Brandt, owner of Madrone Lane between Blackbird Bakery and Dana’s Showhouse, and the creative and equally generous Jeff Shephard from Blackbird Bakery, Friends of the Farms was able to transform the area into a warm, informal setting with a feel of a European bistro. Local restaurants, bakeries, caterers, distilleries and wineries donated and served locally grown products showcasing our local farmers. This event was an over-the-top

success thanks to our business community and volunteer support. Many thanks to Bobbie Morgan, Kelly Sweeney and Kelly Snow for creating the first-ever outdoor farm dinner. With Zero Waste at the helm of sustainability, we disposed of 95 percent compostable items, 5 percent recycled items and a small bag that went to landfill. Those who donated their cuisine and time included Blackbird Bakery, Bainbridge Bakers, Fours Swallows, Hitchcock, Harbour Public House, Local Harvest, Marche, Pane d’Amore Bakery, Pegasus, Streamliner Diner, Simply Bainbridge and The 122. Others who continue to embrace our community are Mike Hale from Hale’s Brewery and Gerard and Jo Ann Bentryn of Bainbridge Island Winery, who once again, offered their support. We are also grateful to Bainbridge Organic Distilleries, Fletcher Bay Winery, Perennial Vintners, Rolling Bay Winery and Victor Alexander Winery. Bart Berg Landscape, Bainbridge Rentals, ProBuild, Thriftway, Bainbridge Disposal, Sound Reprographics and Joe, Sweet Basil Graphics, Jeanette Alexander and Bainbridge Island Arts and Humanities Council, who are true partners. Plein Air Artists helped capture the farmland through paintings, donating 100 percent of their sales to Friends of the Farms. With everyone’s generosity and commitment, the proceeds will be used immediately to preserve farmland, promote agricultural practices and to increase the production of locally grown food. Wendy Tyner, executive director Friends of the Farms

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Christian Science has a long history on island What do a jar of mayonnaise and a weekly international news magazine have in common? On the surface not much, but a woman stopped by the Christian Science Reading Room on Winslow Way recently to tell us that there were only two things she couldn’t live without – Best Foods mayonnaise and The Christian Science Monitor. The pairing of the words Christian and Science may seem as puzzling as finding common ground between a jar of mayonnaise and an international news magazine. Since the Reading Room opened in the 1950s, church members who staff it have responded to many questions about Christian Science, discoverer Mary Baker Eddy and

INTERFAITH By SUSAN ANDERSON the spiritual healing explained in her primary work, “S c i e n c e and Health with Key to the Scriptures.” Christian because it is based on the teachings and practice of Christ Jesus. In her autobiography, ‘Retrospection and Introspection,’ Mrs. Eddy says, “I named it Christian because it is compassionate, helpful, and spiritual.” It is scientific because it is founded on spiri-

tual principles that anyone can apply with consistent results. Mrs. Eddy saw more than one-time miraculous events in the works of Christ Jesus: she recognized the practice of universal spiritual laws. Her recovery from the effects of a life-threatening accident after reading a biblical account of Jesus’ healing work showed her that it was possible not only to follow Jesus’ words, but also to rely on God, as Jesus did, to heal sickness and suffering. She devoted her life to healing, teaching and writing about the scientific practice of Christianity. Recently, I was asked, ‘What is religion?’ I turned to a dictionary to help me answer. The definition of religion read, in part, “a personal awareness or

conviction of the existence of a Supreme Being.” To me, religion means daily prayer, study and practice. It is turning daily to that Supreme Being for guidance and healing. Christian Science is sometimes confused with faith healing, but it’s not the same. I don’t believe it is ever God’s will that anyone should suffer, be sick or die. Christian Science shows God to be entirely good, therefore His will for each individual is only health, prosperity and life. Nothing in our church doctrine prevents me from seeking whatever form of health care I choose. In my own experience, I have seen the practical results of Christian Science from the healing of pneumonia to broken bones.

Since 1932, Christian Science has had a presence on Bainbridge. The present church building, at Madison Avenue and High School Road, was completed in 1941. The pastor of the church is the Bible and Science and Health. The Sunday service is based on a weekly Bible Lesson, read by two elected lay readers. On Wednesday evenings there is a meeting with readings from the Bible and Science and Health and testimonies of shared by visitors and the congregation. In addition to being a place where the public can ask questions about Christian Science, the Reading Room sells all the writings of Mary Baker Eddy, Bibles, Bible reference books, Christian Science magazines

as well as The Christian Science Monitor. The Reading Room is open to the public for questions about Christian Science and to enjoy a peaceful time for prayer, spiritual study and inspiration. As a member of the Bainbridge Interfaith Council, I’d like to express my deep appreciation for the inclusive and open dialogue found at IFC meetings. Its diverse membership consists of the religious communities found on Bainbridge and exemplifies cooperation, and finding common ground that can bless the whole community. Susan Anderson represents the Assistant Committee on Publication for the island’s Christian Science church.

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It’stimeforcitytoputitsratepayersfirst Bainbridge should let a professional like KPUD operate its water utility. If you are fortunate enough to get your water from the Kitsap Public Utility District (KPUD) or from South Bainbridge Water, you may be surprised that those who get water from the City of Bainbridge Island (COBI) pay twice as much as you do. When you factor in that the COBI charges them an additional 6 percent utility tax, the result is conclusive that you are indeed fortunate. Many municipalities that provide utility service frequently siphon off a portion of utility fees to fund non-utility related government activities. COBI is no different. Contrary to a state law requirement that water rates be “just, fair, reasonable and sufficient,” COBI has overcharged 2,200 water utility


ratepayers for years, resulting in a $4.8 million surplus (more on this later). For example, as recently as 2009, the city charged all or part of the salaries of 82 workers to water, sewer and storm water management. That was the equivalent of 33 full-time employees (FTEs). Such dipping into the utility funds gets to be an addiction. Following a city request, Kitsap Public Utility District (KPUD) delivered a firm, unambiguous proposal in August 2010 to take over the city’s water system and cut the water rates in half. KPUD is the largest water purveyor in Kitsap County with more than 50,000 customers, and has served the north end for eight years. An easy decision, right? Not so. As is customary, the city hired a consultant for about $100,000, a fee it charged to the water fund. The consultant was directed to prepare an independent study and advised the city on such a transfer. The final report was a whitewash

GUEST COLUMN By DICK ALLEN of the city’s ineptitude that concluded that it could provide service at a competitive cost if it cut the FTE employee count from the 2009 level of 10.6 to 3.9. Could the city do this? Not realistically, and City Manager Brenda Bauer said that the city could not provide the same level of service with fewer than 4.5 FTEs. Not mentioned was the fact that the city, with 4.5 FTEs still could not provide service comparable to KPUD. When the figures are examined, it appears the reduction in rates will bring in $36 per month, but the cost is at least $48 per month. How can the city do this? Remember the $4.8 million? That is just like tapping your savings each month to augment your cash flow. The city claims more of the fund is needed for some waterrelated capital projects, but even the city’s internal memos sug-

gest that the limited growth for the water system does not justify these at this time. Notables such as Barry Peters, Andy Maron and Alice Tawresey have tried to distract the community from the real issue of utility fees and value for this small group of ratepayers by arguing that the city would lose control over growth and a valued resource. Nonsense. Growth is determined by zoning and planning initiatives, not water. These individuals and others would have us believe this is the beginning of the end for city home rule and its charter. Not so. Communities routinely contract services they’re not able to provide efficiently, including water utilities. Plus, domestic water belongs to the state, not the city. And state law requires that the utility be run for the benefit of its ratepayers, not the city. Urged by Peters, the council recently passed a rate reduction for the city water system that should have been done years ago. Now it’s election time and we

find him all for the ratepayers, but offering little of substance. By calculations, there is more than $2.7 million in the water fund that could be refunded to the ratepayers at $1,100 per meter. Rather than settle for a mere $20 a month reduction, surplus monies should be returned to ratepayers and the funds should not be spent on projects to help further public works. COBI has had the utility for 20 years and grossly mismanaged it. Water utility ratepayers have waited long enough. It’s long past time for the city to stop making excuses. What if you were one of the water users in the north or south end and you awoke one morning to find that the city was your new water purveyor? Probably not a good feeling. It is time to put the 2,200 city ratepayers first, not the city. Dick Allen is president of the Bainbridge Ratepayers Alliance, which has a pending lawsuit against the city regarding misuse of ratepayer funds.

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And who’s your dream fantasy golf foursome? My friend Clif was kind enough to invite a group of us to his place at Suncadia a couple of weekends ago for a little golf, a little poker, some fine dining, and a lot of what to the untrained eye might have looked like sitting around engaged in idle chatter, which, in reality, was a series of high-level intellectual exercises. For example, one afternoon our task was to name our fantasy golf foursome. Not surprisingly, some of the guys said they’d like to play a round with some of golf ’s legends – Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino and Arnold Palmer. Others opted for a foursome including people with a slightly less elevated con-


nection to the game of golf such as Bill M u r r a y, R o b i n Williams and Clint Eastwood. Some saw the fantasy foursome concept as a potential learning opportunity, and picked Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Alan Mullaly. At least one person who shall remain nameless (Rick Torseth) went an entirely different direction and picked Sean Connery, Penelope


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BHS sports schedule Friday, Sept. 16 Girls Swimming – Camas at BHS, 3:30 p.m. Volleyball – BHS at Chief Sealth, 4:45 p.m. Football – BHS at Mt. Douglas, Victoria, B.C., 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17 Volleyball: BHS at Juanita, 8 a.m. Monday, Sept. 19 Golf – BHS vs. Ingraham at Jefferson Park Golf Course, 4 p.m. Volleyball – Bishop Blanchet at BHS, 6 p.m. Water Polo – BHS vs. CPA at King County Aquatic Center, 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 20 Swimming – BHS at Mt. Rainier, 3 p.m. Girls Soccer – BHS vs. Seattle Prep at Lower Wodland Park Field 7, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21 Cross Country – BHS vs. at Battle Point Park, 3:40 p.m. Water Polo – BHS at Mercer Island, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22 Volleyball – BHS at Central Kitsap, 6:15 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23 Volleyball – BHS at West Seattle, 4:45 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24 Football – BHS at B ishop Blanchet, 1 p.m.

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Unbeaten Spartans travel to victoria Bainbridge takes a 2-0 record north to Victoria, B.C., for a football game Friday night against Mount Douglas. The game will be the second year in a row the Spartans play a Canadian team after defeating Salisbury, a team from Edmonton, Alberta, 41-18 last year at Spartan Stadium. Bainbridge dominated most of the game against Kingston last Friday after giving up an early touchdown to the visitors and a late score when the game was out of reach. Connor Winship kicked a 27-yard field goal to put BHS ahead 3-0 early in the first quarter, but Kingston responded with a six-play scoring drive that covered 77 yards. The Spartans came right back with a long drive of their own, going 91 yards on 11 plays. Fullback Jake Brigham led the attack with 39 yards on seven carries. Running back Josh Fitch scored on a 16-yard run and BHS took a 10-7 lead to half-

cross-country teams improve Both the men and women cross-country teams showed improvement during a five-team meet Wednesday near Green Lake in Seattle. Top BHS finishers in the 5,000-meter races included: Tomas Delgado (7) and Brendan Willerford (8); Signe Lindquist (7) and Isabel Ferguson (9)

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Brink put BHS ahead 21-7 early in the fourth quarter. Kingston gambled on a fourth-down play deep in its own territory midway through the fourth, but a sack led to the Spartans taking over on Kingston’s 15. Brigham put Bainbridge ahead 28-7 on an 8-yard run. Brigham led the Spartans

with 126 yards on 27 carries. Fitch added 75 yards on 10 carries and also caught a 29-yard pass. Teddy completed four of five pass attempts for 62 yards. The Spartans play at Bishop Blanchet on Saturday, Sept. 24. Their next home game is Sept. 30 against Seattle Prep.

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The Bainbridge High girls soccer team won twice during the last week, beating Redmond 2-1, then dominating Ingraham with an 11-0 blowout. Goals by Kristen Bond and Elyse Fischer led the Spartans over Redmond. Six players scored against Ingrahm on Tuesday, led by Rosie Kerstetter’s three goals and an assist.

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The second annual Bainbridge Triathlon, presented by Island Fitness will kick-off Sunday morning at 9 a.m. The course includes a half-mile swim in Blakely Harbor; a 12.5-mile bike loop around Eagledale, Crystal Springs and Lynwood Center; and a 3.5- mile run along Country Club Road. Swimmers are strongly encouraged to bring a wet suit because of the cold water temperatures. Finishers will end at the Taste of Lynwood Fair and Block Party. Race day registration costs $75 for individuals and $90 for a relay team. Register from 7:30-8:30 a.m. or in person at the Island Fitness front desk. Teams looking to add a swimmer to the team can email The proceeds from the event benefit Arms Around Bainbridge, a local nonprofit that provides financial and emotional support to members of the island community facing overwhelming burdens associated with a serious illness. To learn more about Arms Around Bainbridge, go to

Newbasketball programkicksoff The new Bainbridge Roots Basketball organization is kicking off its program with a free mini-clinic on Sunday. Scott Orness, head coach of the Bainbridge High School basketball program, is the primary advisor of the organization,. He has worked with a group of past and present parents to develop a progressive fourth through eighth grade basketball program designed by the high school coaching staff. Orness says the two main focuses of the program are developing fundamentally sound basketball players on and around Bainbridge as well as spending time on developing individual character, which will be carried with the players through life. Opening day for Bainbridge Roots is Sunday at Woodward Middle School with a twosession, mini-clinic. The first session is from 1-2:30 p.m. for players in fourth through sixth grade, and the second session is from 2:45-4:15 p.m. for seventh and eighth graders. At the clinic, players can meet

the Roots head trainer, Kris Gallagher and get a sample of what the workouts will be like. Actual skills training begins on Tuesday Sept. 20 and will continue every Tuesday and Thursday through Nov. 10. The coaching staff includes Charles Keller for sixth grade, David Coatsworth for seventh grade and Craig Murray for eighth grade. Though Orness is the advisor for Roots basketball, his instruction is limited to Washington Interscholastic Activities Association “off season” rules. He will answer questions about the organization on Sunday. Sunday’s clinic is free for all attendees.



Olympic bronze medalist and Bainbridge High School graduate Emily Silve (right)won the 2011 Lake Washington Swim as part of Swim Across America, an annual race and fundraiser for the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. A group of Bainbridge Island swimmers participated on behalf of island resident Jon Pettit, (center) who suffers from colon cancer.

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Ever since the first “A Taste of Lynwood” in 2008, crowds have been flocking to the event that “celebrates the historic neighborhood.” But this year – this year – some folks will be in a particular hurry to get there. In fact, they might even be arriving at a full-on sprint. It’s not so they can be first on the mechanical bull or to douse somebody in the dunk tank. And with more than 11 food vendors to choose from, they don’t have to rush for that. Treehouse Cafe owner Arnie Sturham has put together a killer music line up that runs all day long and into the night. If you follow the schedule on the right, and plan ahead,

there’s no need for mad-dashes. Plenty of kids will be making a break for the bouncy-house obstacle course, the fire truck or to try their hand at one of the carnival games. But few of them will be bolting as fast as the 100 or so participants in the second annual Bainbridge Island Triathlon, the finish line of which is strategically placed at the south end of the street fair. Now in its fourth year, “A Taste o f Ly nw o o d” has found its rhythm. “ We ’ v e had our learning curve,” said Bainbridge native Walt Hannon, owner of Walt’s Market in the Lynwood Commons. “This celebration has grown, but we keep it about the neighborhood.” The busker’s station will feature Blacklight, a band of local seventh graders with five tunes at the ready

and the Odyssey School Marimba band. A number of nonprofits will be on hand to share information, including the Bainbridge Island Historical Society and Squeaky Wheels. Windermere and Fairbank Construction Company will be available to answer questions about the recently green-lighted development across the street from Lynwood Center. “Everyone is curious about it,” Sturham said. “People are pleased that it is going to be finished.” “The mood down here is very positive,” Hannon said. Organizers will be setting up the Metro Park and Recreation District stage Saturday with a watchful eye on the weather. But even a few drizzles won’t dampen the festive spirit in Lynwood Saturday. No need to run, though. They’ve got a shuttle.

• Mainstage and busker area will feature live music and dancing 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. • Kids’ Zone with bouncy House obstacle course, fire truck, carnival games, face-painting and the big purple fly • Food vendors and covered beer and wine garden • Dunk tank, juggler, mechanical bull • Art and crafts, informational booths from local nonprofits • Continuous shuttle from the ferry to the American Legion Hall to Blakely Elementary to Taste of Lynwood from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Suggested donation, $1.

After 8 p.m. the party moves inside to the Treehouse Cafe where Massy Ferguson, above, will unleash its bar-band style of rock from 8-11 p.m.

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Schedule of events

10:30 a.m. - noon, south end of Taste of Lynwood Athletes in the second annual Bainbridge Island Triathlon will start crossing the finish line around 10:30 a.m. Winners and their times will be announced at noon. 11 a.m. - noon, main stage grupo meridional Alan Simcoe and friends brings Latin/Cuban rhythms with a pinch of swing and blues. 1-2 p.m., main stage Johnny Bregar & The country dawgs Kids’ and family music recording artist Johnny Bregar is joined by Bainbridge locals Jon Green, Mike Derzon, Korum Bischoff and Maura Ahearne for original bluesy, jazzy, rockin’ music for kids (and parents). 3-4:15p.m., main stage dysfunction Junction Dysfunction Junction is a rotating group of Seattle’s finest bluegrass musicians. 5:30-7:30 p.m., main stage LeRoy Bell Bell has written songs recorded by The Spinners, The Temptations, Rita Marley, Elton John and more. After sharing the stage with B.B. King, Van Morrison, Etta James, India.Arie, Erykah Badu and many more, he has emerged as a performer whose soul searching music celebrates the joys and passion of life and love.

LeRoy Bell

Lynwood Center Timeline 1930s Edna and Emanuel Olson, a hardworking couple who lived in a tudor-style house on a hill on the south end of the island, built a Tudor-style shopping center to serve the growing community there.

July 3, 1936 Lynwood Theatre opens as the island’s first “talking picture” theater.

early 1950s The Olsons sold the theater to nephew Glenn Nolta and his wife Lucille, who ran it until 1982 when Sam Granato bought the business.

1998 After the 5-plex Bainbridge Cinemas were built, the south end theater changed its name to the Historic Lynwood Theatre.

2002-3 1972

Bainbridge Island Historical museum

Lynwood was a major commercial area years ago because of the traffic going to and from the ferry to Bremerton, which ran back and forth from the Point White dock up until 1972.

1994 Lynwood Theatre gets a modern sound system and larger lobby and new seats in an extensive remodel.

With Walt’s Market as an anchor, Morrie and Kathy Blossom’s Lynwood Commons adds to the walkable village concept.

Jay Trinidad



After an extensive retooling of the rusted marquee by Charlie Faddis, the Lynwood lights it up for its 70th anniversary.

Steve Romein and Ty Cramer finish an extensive remodel of Lynwood Center.


The Historic Lynwood Theatre celebrates its 75th Anniversary and developer John Jacobi tackles completing the Pleasant Beach complex across the street.

Lynwood area businesses put together an event “Taste of Lynwood,” which includes a street fair and live music. The event draws 2,500-3000 people. community photo by Joel Sackett


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Setting, character Field’s End focus Field’sEndclassfocuseson Settingtopicofnext Writers’Roundtable characterdevelopment By CONNIE MEARS Staff Writer

Where else but Bainbridge Island can you hear James Thayer, author of 13 novels and the manual “The Essential Guide to Writing a Novel,” expound on the nine personality traits all believable fictional protagonists have? Well, you might if you were enrolled in Thayer’s 4-month-long “Popular Fiction” course at the University of Washington. If you don’t have four months or the $1,800 class fee, you might want to plop down $100 for a day-long intensive 9 a.m.-3p.m. Nov. 5 at the library, that covers how to create memorable characters. Thayer will discuss each of the essential traits, showing why it is important and how bestselling authors use certain techniques to write enduring characters.

You’ll learn how to create vivid physical descriptions, memorable personality traits and external conditions in the story that make a character more appealing. Whether you’re tinkering with your hero, buddy or villain, Thayer will share techniques which emphasize dialogue, including proven methods to make it dramatic and convincing. The instructor will provide handouts and include inclass exercises. Thayer is the author of 13 novels published by Simon & Schuster, Putnam, and others. His most recent novel is “The Boxer & the Poet.” Thayer graduated from Washington State University and the University of Chicago Law School. He lives in Seattle. For more information, visit

How do you take it from backdrop to character? David Rocklin, whose novel “The Luminist” will be released in October, leads the Sept. 18 Field’s End Writers’ Roundtable with an exploration of setting. He will present “The How of Where: Thoughts on Setting As an Additional Character in Historical Fiction,” from 7-8:30 p.m. Sept. 18 in the Bainbridge Library Meeting Room. In some books, Rocklin says, you may scarcely recall where the narrative took place. Perhaps this was a purposeful decision by the author, but if the story is intended to be a product of its setting, how to render that setting in a living way? Think of Fitzgerald’s Long Island, Hemingway’s sea. Rocklin grew up in Chicago and holds a BA in literature from Indiana University. For more information, visit www.

UpcomingField’s EndRoundtables Field’s End Writers’ Roundtables are held on the third Tuesday of the month from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Bainbridge Public Library Meeting Room. For questions, contact Sept. 18 David Rocklin leads “The How of Where: Thoughts on Setting As an Additional Character in Historical Fiction.” Oct. 18 Janée J. Baugher leads “Visual Arts in the Literary Arts: How and Why We Write Ekphrastic Poems.” Nov. 15 Richard Kenney, who has three books of poetry, asks the question “What Is Poetry?”

What’s happening IslandTheatreatYOHO Island Theatre at Your House presents “Becky’s New Car” by Steven Dietz at 6 p.m. Sept. 17 at an island home. Have you ever been tempted to flee your own life? Becky Foster is caught in middle age, middle management and in a middling marriage – with no prospects for change on the horizon. Then one night a socially inept and grief-struck millionaire stumbles in the car dealership where Becky works. Becky is offered nothing short of a new life ... and the audience is offered a chance to ride shotgun in a way that most plays wouldn’t dare. “Becky’s New Car” is a thoroughly original comedy with serious overtones, a devious and delightful romp down the road not taken. A potluck precedes the play reading. Admission is by reservation only and space is limited. RSVP to Sue Anderson at 842-6838 or email her at

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Island mother sets a ‘new course’ “I don’t know


Solutions that include input from women show better returns on investment because they take more information into account. “All of a sudden we’ve gone from working with the conservation community to talking with the women’s community,” Bechtel said. “We’re saying, ‘Here’s what we know, here’s what we believe the implications are.’” The response has been overwhelmingly positive, she said.

She doeS It.” By CONNIE MEARS Staff Writer

A busy mother of two, Jamie Bechtel was stuck in traffic with a screaming toddler in the back seat. With a Ph.D. in marine biology, she’d spent years, along with her husband Karl Morrison, in natural resource management. “My little guy was in the backseat of the car crying and wouldn’t stop, couldn’t stop,” she said Wednesday. “Finally he just stopped, but I knew that what was bothering him was not fixed. I thought of all the moms who have nothing, who can’t fix their child’s crying.” Bechtel’s perspective shifted. Because women in developing countries are typically responsible for gathering increasingly scarce natural resources, such as fuelwood and water, the loss of these resources affects them dramatically, intimately. Walking further and further for water means many women have less time to attend school, earn supplemental income and participate in the community or the political process. But women, she realized, were rarely included in discussions and decisions about managing those resources even though the results of those decisions affect them and their families profoundly. She decided to set a new course in her conservation work: listening to women. She started asking

“Jamie is bright and passionate about her work. It’s contagious. I don’t know how she does it.” Brenda Berry, Bainbridge photographer and board member, new course

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Top, Jamie Bechtel greets a child in her work as CEO and co-founder of New Course. Above, women of Tanzania are impacted greatly by instability of natural resources. questions, such as “What do you need?” “How can I help?” “What are your pressing concerns?” “We talk about listening a lot, but you have to listen long enough,” she said. In Tanzania, it took eight hours of listening to the women in one village before one of them turned to her and asked, “What do you think?” “In that moment, I knew we were partners,” Bechtel said.

Don’t know how they do it

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Jamie Bechtel holds a Ph.D. from Boston University and a law degree from Boston College.

Bechtel, along with her husband, established a nonprofit organization, “New Course,” created to “seek out and engage the women at the center of the world’s troubled environments.” “When women are empowered, poverty declines, children are healthier and economies grow stronger,” the New Course website states. Bechtel said recent research studies confirm that when women are included in conversations about conservation, the results are more effective. With their children’s needs at stake, the women become fiercely protective of the natural resources upon which they depend. “These women are proud,” Bechtel said. “They say, ‘Don’t feel

bad for me. You would do this for your kid.’” Many rise at 4 or 5 a.m., traveling miles on foot in search of water. They’re still working at 9 and 10 p.m. But, said Bechtel, much of their work doesn’t fit into the cash economy, so it’s often discounted. By creating partnerships with these women, by honoring them as stakeholders, New Course is crafting a pilot program that can be replicated in a variety of settings. Currently New Course has projects in Botswana, Tanzania, the Republics of Congo and Madagascar.

Setting a new course For instance, one conservation effort dealt only with the men of a struggling fishing village. They decided to close the fisheries except for two months out of the year, but what happened, Bechtel said, was that men from up and down the coast flocked to the area during the brief fishing season. Women, no longer able to support themselves at the fishery, began trading sex to feed their children. HIV rates increased, as well as poverty. “When people are sick, no one can practice good resource management,” Bechtel said.

The couple moved two years ago to Bainbridge Island, which is now the headquarters for “New Course.” “We realized we’d worked all over the world, but we’d never been part of a community,” she said. Bainbridge photography Brenda Berry met Bechtel early this year and by June she was accompanying her to Tanzania to document the New Course process and hopefully, progress. “Jamie is bright and passionate about her work,” Berry said. “It’s contagious. I don’t know how she does it.” “It’s all I think about,” Bechtel said. “When I’m going for a run, I’m thinking about it. When I go to sleep, I’m thinking about it.” This week Bechtel was in Washington, D.C., and New York City doing more talking than listening as she pitched New Course’s ethics and strategy to potential donors. Her hectic schedule parallels that of another woman, the fictional Kate Ready, played by Sarah Jessica Parker in the romantic comedy, “I Don’t Know How She Does It.” Ready, mother of two, juggles the demands of marriage, kids and a stressful job. Back on Bainbridge, Bechtel has partnered with Bainbridge Cinemas to create a fundraiser event that includes a private screening of the film Wednesday.

new course If you’d like to support New Course, consider attending its 6 p.m. Sept. 21 fundraiser at Bainbridge Island Cinemas in the Pavilion for a wine tasting and private screening of “I Don’t Know How She Does It.” Proceeds from the tickets, $35 each, go to New Course. Dine at the Pavilion before the show and a portion of your bill will be donated to New Course. For more information, and to purchase tickets in advance, visit

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Sarah Jessica Parker plays a busy mother in the upcoming film “I Don’t Know How She Does It.”

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ing university. I couldn’t pass it up.” Essentially, Johnson said, he will report directly to Young “and support him in a variety of ways, but I won’t be functioning as his legal advisor.” City Manager Brenda Bauer made Johnson one of her first staff hires after she left her position with


the City of Seattle in early June 2010 to join the city as interim city manager.

“It’s been extraordinary to work with him. I consider him as one of the top municipal attorneys, period.” Brenda Bauer, city manager City of Bainbridge Island,

Bauer said the city has

been fortunate to have Johnson on the staff, if only for a year. “It’s been extraordinary to work with him,” Bauer said. “I consider him as one of the top municipal attorneys, period. For us, just a lot fewer things went wrong, which can be attributed to Jack working with staff on many complicated issues that were resolved at the lowest possible level.” Bauer said Johnson’s extensive experience in the

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sity as its lead attorney 10 years ago. Johnson said he has enjoyed working where he lives and as city attorney. He said he learned a lot about land use law and shoreline regulations, and also came to realize the community is “very engaged and talented.” When asked what he learned during his year as a member of the city staff, he said: “Mainly, I have been impressed by the diligence

and integrity of the people who work for the city. From Brenda Bauer on down, this is a client that any lawyer can feel good about representing.” Bauer said it’s too early to know the direction the city will take in hiring a new attorney. “We have a lot of outside legal counsel now or we might want to make an interim appointment until we know how we’re going to go forward,” Bauer said.


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support groups ALCoHoLICs ANoNYMous: For Bainbridge meeting times and locations go to or call 855-8366. overeAters ANoNYMous: OA meets at 9:15 a.m. Saturdays in the Singer Room at Eagle Harbor Congregational Church. A new Wednesday meeting starts at 5 p.m. at Island Terrace Apts. Community Room, corner of High School Rd. and Ferncliff. Info: Call 780-0121. grIef support group: Support for anyone who has lost a loved one, will begin in September and meet on the second and fourth Thursdays, from 5-6:30 p.m. at Rolling Bay Presbyterian Church. Sponsored by Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers; contact ivc@bainbridge. net or 842-4441.


voLuNteers Needed: The Great Zucchini Race is looking for volunteers to help organize this year’s event. Please contact Terri Bryant at voLuNteer tutors Needed: Kitsap Adult Center for Education (KACE), formerly the Literacy Council of Kitsap, seeks volunteers who wish to help Kitsap adults improve their basic reading, writing, or math skills. The next English as a Second Language Tutor Training will be held from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. Sept. 23 at the Bremerton office. Interested people must submit an application to tutor and register prior to training. Applications are available at the website, and office. Info/registration: call 360-373-1539. BAINBrIdge CHorALe YouNg sINgers: Calling all area youth who love to sing! Enrollment is now open for singers entering grades 1-3 and 4-8 for our fall session beginning Sept. 15. Share your love of singing and performing in an energetic, fun atmosphere with Director Jeremy Rothbaum. Info/ register, visit or call 780-CHOR.

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fIeLd’s eNd: Registration is ongoing for the Field’s End fall writing class: “Character Development Intensive” with James Thayer. Thayer has written 13 novels and teaches novel writing at University of Washington. Cost: $100. Info/Registration: visit BI HIstorICAL MuseuM: Admission to the prizewinning Bainbridge Island Historical Museum is free on the first Thursday of each month. Currently it is featuring an exhibit by photographer Ansel Adams which documents the incarceration of Japanese Americans during WWll. 215 Ericksen Ave. Open 1-4 p.m. daily, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. Closed Tuesday. Info: 8422773 KIdIMu: The awardwinning museum is now open for fun seven days a week from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sundays from noon - 4 p.m. Admission is free on first Thursdays. Info: Call 855-4650 or visit

frIdAY 16 geNeALogICAL soCIetY: The Bainbridge Island Genealogical Society (BIGS) will meet at 10 a.m. Sept. 16, in the Bainbridge Public Library meeting room for “Writing a Memoir,” by guest speaker Marcia Rudoff. Suggested donation for non-members is $5. Info: visit or call 855-9457.

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fLower sHow: The Bainbridge Island Garden Club observes its 75th anniversary (1936-2011) with a Flower Show from 2-6 p.m. Sept. 16 and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 17 at the First Baptist Church, State Route 305 and Madison Ave. The show is themed “Celebrating Bainbridge” and is free and open to the public. Info: search for Bainbridge Island Garden Club on Facebook. KIdIMu: Talk Like a Pirate Day is from 1-2:30 p.m. Sept. 16 at KiDiMu. Talk like a pirate; get your face painted so you’ll look like one, too; go on a self-guided scavenger hunt around the museum and enjoy pirate crafts. Come in costume for more fun. Pirate fun is free with admission or membership. Info: 8554650 or

sAturdAY 17 fArMers’ MArKet: The Farmers’ Market is open from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. The fourth annual, 4H-sponsored “Poultry Pageant” is Saturday. Dress up your chicken and try your luck at a prize in the following categories: Most Creative, Cutest, Funniest, Most Delicious and Overall People’s Choice. There will also be educational displays, ‘fowl bingo’ and 4-H visitors from counties near and far. Poultry judging begins at noon and awards will be announced at 1 p.m. The free Market Chef Series is at 11 a.m. Sept. 17 with a demonstration by chef Geraldine Ferraro of The Four Swallows Restaurant. Chef Ferraro will be making a zucchini fritter with tzadziki. Chele’s Kitchen will play. Info: visit www. bainbridgefarmersmarket. com.

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Adoptable pets of the week

For adoption through PAWS: Charles is an 11-yearold Maine Coon-creme tabby with white on his chest, feet and belly. He is a friendly guy who loves to be petted and brushed. His owner moved and left him behind. He is good with other cats. See him at the PAWS Adoption Center on Miller Road or call 780-0656.

fArM worK pArtIes: All are invited to help out from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 17 at Johnson Farm to prepare for Harvest Fair, which is Sept. 25. Free catered lunch provided for all “farm hands.” Weed whackers especially welcome. From High School Rd., turn left on Fletcher Bay Rd. Turn left for 1/2 mile to Johnsonville Rd. Turn right and follow signs. Info: Call Bart at 206-380-5327. HouseHoLd CHeMICAL CoLLeCtIoN: Through the cooperative efforts of the City of Bainbridge Island, the Bainbridge Island Rotary Club, and Kitsap County Public Works, household chemicals will be collected from local residents, free of charge from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 17 at the COBI Operations Maintenance facility, 7305 Hidden Cove Rd. The collection is intended for household waste only.

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Items to be collected include oil-based paints, stains, adhesives, aerosols, paint thinner, corrosive cleaners, yard chemicals and pool and spa chemicals. Items that will not be accepted are latex paint, oil, antifreeze, household batteries or fluorescent bulbs or tubes, or propane tanks. Info: visit LIfe CHoICes: “Your Life, Your Choices,” a free 2-hour presentation on advance care planning and healthcare directives is from 10 a.m. to noon at Eagle Harbor Congregational Church, corner of Winslow Way and Madison Ave. It is presented by Cedars UU Church, Eagle Harbor Church and Group Health Cooperative. Info: call Coordinator Donna Moore 842-2170. See calendaR, a18


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Naturopathic Doctor/Psychotherapist. Restore Vitality & Resilience Food-Based Cleansing/Mindful Eating Vitality Coaching for Midlife Women Body-Based Psychotherapy for Anxiety, Depression, Pain, Fatigue Trauma Treatment 355 Ericksen Ave., #410 360-692-5554


Willow’s Naturally

Natural remedies, vitamins, skin care & gluten-free foods. 169 Winslow Way E. 206.842.2759


Stephen Brown, LAc

AcuShiatsu Acupressure & Gentle Acupuncture Heal your body & mind through bodywork & acupuncture. 206.855.9587


Passionate Nutrition Jennifer Adler MS, CN Whole food approach to health & wellness. Nutrition counseling for weight loss, vitality & healthy living. 9431 Coppertop Loop, Suite B 206.595.0376


Salon Organics Natural Full Service Salon • Organic Hair Products • Organic Skin Care Products Call for appointment 20270 Front St., Poulsbo (360) 930-0326


Bajda Welty MS, LAc

Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs & Bodywork Effective, wholistic treatment for pain, injuries, fertility support, depression, stress & fatigue. Insurance accepted. 206.780.6988

Disaster Preparedness Workshop for Seniors

Are you prepared for a Tsunami, earthquake or other disaster? Attend this and learn how to be prepared! Space is Limited. Call Kay to reserve your seat.




19360 Viking Avenue N.W., Poulsbo


play reading. Admission is by reservation only and space is limited. RSVP to Sue Anderson at 842-6838 or email her at Info: visit

Swing PluS Dance: The BI Metro Park and Recreation District sponsors a “Swing Plus” dance event Sept. 17 at Island Center Hall, 8395 Fletcher Bay Rd. A pre-dance East Coast swing workshop mixer is from 7:30-8 p.m. with dancing to Rude and Unprofessional from 8-10:30 p.m. No pre-

…overheard at Gilbert Thomes Jewelry

Did My Husband Buy Those Earrings?

registration or partner required. Wear shoes with clean soles. Cost: $15/ person includes workshop and live music. Info: www.

SunDay 18 no imPact week: Join the Bainbridge Island team to participate in YES! Magazine’s “No Impact Week” challenge of a “oneweek carbon cleanse that could change your life, your community, and even the planet.” Free. Info: visit

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yoga FoR eVeRyone: Paul King leads yoga class at 11 a.m. Sundays at the The Grange, 10304 Madison Ave. Cost: donation. Info: (206) 459-6898. DRum ciRcle: A drum circle led by Dennis Pryor is at 2 p.m. Sundays at The Grange, 10304 N. Madison Ave. All levels welcome. Bring a drum or borrow one. Cost: $10 donation. Info: (360) 598-2020. eneRgy DiScuSSion: A community energy discussion with Puget Sound Energy’s new President and CEO Kimberly Harris from 7-8:30 p.m. Sept. 18 at IslandWood, 4450 Blakely Ave. Harris will

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newcomeRS to BainBRiDge: Join other newcomers (and oldtimers) for lunch at 11:30 a.m. Sept. 21 at Local Harvest in the Pavilion. Please RSVP by Sept. 19 to or 206-992-2254. ethicS BoaRD: The City of Bainbridge Ethics Board will meet from 6:30 -8 p.m. Sept. 19 at the Commons Conference Room. auDitionS: BPA will conduct auditions for “The Outsiders,” from 4-9 p.m. Sept. 19 and 21 at BPA. This American teen classic by S. E. Hinton offers roles for children, teens, and adults, ages 9 and older. Adapted for the stage by Christopher Sergel, BPA’s production is directed by Dinah Manoff. Rehearsals extend October to January 2012,

Used EZGO Electric Carts $1,800 to $3,000.00

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address Bainbridge Island’s energy-related concerns and PSE’s resource alternatives. A Q&A with Harris, representatives of local energy, business and environmental groups and public follows the free talk. Info: visit BluegRaSS goSPel woRShiP SeRVice: A one-hour worship service featuring bluegrass gospel music is followed by a musical jam session and song circle at 7 p.m. Sept. 18 at Eagle Harbor Congregational Church, 105 Winslow Way W. Info: 842-4657 or

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From $265,000 SAT & SUN 1-4


1747 Bungalow Way NE - Poulsbo

132 Madrona Way NE #132 – B.I.

REDUCED! Seller will pay closing costs! Snowberry Bungalows energy smart homes. Master on main, huge covered porches, natural gas fplcs, Energy Star appls, gorgeous finishes. 3 homes move-in ready.

Spacious 2BR/2BA New Englandstyle townhome in Winslow. New paint colors, propane fplc, ceramic tile, private gar, add’l garden-level entry, extra parking space, all appls. Near everything… theater, dining, shopping, Seattle ferry! MLS #255409.

Sherri Snyder 206.842.9236 Coldwell Banker McKenzie

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Jan Johnson 206.371.8792 Windermere Real Estate/BI, Inc.


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6135 NE Tolo Road – B.I.

Located at the end of a quiet road on nearly 1.5 acres. Open floor plan with vaulted ceiling, cherry hdwd floors & updated kitchen w/master BR on the main floor. Lower level has full kitchen & office space. MLS #245926.

Ellin Spenser 206.914.2305 Susan Grosten 206.780.7672 Windermere Real Estate/BI, Inc.



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2136 Dougless Drive NE – B.I.

Nestled in the south end neighborhood of Fort Ward, on a bright & sunny lot. Freshly painted inside & out, new Trex deck & many brand new oversized windows add value: minutes to beach & Blakely, adding value to your life!

Eileen Black 206.696.1540 John L. Scott Real Estate


Open Saturday 9 - Noon Mon, Wed & Fri 8:30 - 5:30 Tue & Thur 8:30 - 6:30

Mark Swaney DVM

Host Kimberly Malzahn


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10487 Sunrise Bluff – B.I.

Magnificent sunrises each morning from this classic 3BD mid-century rambler. On 1 acre, home is set on 200 ft of high bank WFT w/sweeping views. DD: From 305, Day Rd E., L. on Sunrise Drive. R. on Sunrise Bluff.

Eileen Black 206-696-1540 John L. Scott Real Estate


SUN 1-4

15123 Anna Vera Lane – B.I.

Luxury Port Madison WFT w/new deep dock. Quality built in 2005, amenities incl Cherry, Slate & Travertine floors, chef’s kitchen, SS appliances and more. DD: Hwy 305 to West Port Madison Rd., R. on Skogen to Anna Vera.

Tim Wilkins 206.380.7345 John L. Scott Real Estate


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10801 Olallie Lane NE – B.I.

5,000+ sq/ft mid-century Bainbridge WFT nestled on close to 4 acres. Set on private 269 ft beach. DD: W. High School, R. on Fletcher Bay which turns into Miller, L. on Battle Point, L. on Skinner which turns into Olalllie.

Eileen Black 206.696.1540 John L. Scott Real Estate


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5382 NE Fletcher Landing – B.I.

Just Listed! Beautifully remodeled by Smallwood Construction, this fully modernized, mid-century style architecture, waterfront home has fantastic water and Olympic Mountain views plus a brand new 60-ft. dock. MLS #274282.

Vesna Somers 206.947.1597 Windermere Real Estate/BI, Inc.

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and run dates are Jan. 12-15, and 20-22. Present one 1-2-minute memorized comedic or light dramatic monologue. No previous acting experience is necessary. Contact BPA Production /Stage Manager Deirdre Hadlock for an appointment at (preferred) or call 842-1464. Christian Fundamentalism: Andrew Himes, author of

“The Sword of the Lord,” discusses the roots of Christian fundamentalism in America at 7 p.m. Sept. 19 at Eagle Harbor Congregational Church, 105 Winslow Way. Himes’ grandfather was a prominent Baptist evangelist and an early supporter of Billy Graham and later of Jerry Falwell. Contact: EHCC at 842-4657.

tuesday 20 reCreatiOnal sinGinG: Sing with a group from 7:30 - 9 p.m. Tuesdays at Island Music Guild. Led by David

Legal Notices REVISED NOTICE OF SEPA COMMENT PERIOD The City of Bainbridge Island has received the following revised application: Date: SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 Applicants: S C O T T ANDERSON / PUGET SOUND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES LLC / TAXMAX LLC AND PENSCO TRUST CO. Permit Request: 23,000 CUBIC YARDS OF GRADE / FILL TO CREATE A BERM ALONG THE WEST SIDE OF STATE ROUTE 305 NORTH OF STRANNE ROAD File Name & Number: Anderson Grade / Fill BLD15882GAF Description of Proposal: The proposed berm extends over three lots, is approximately 650 feet in length, averages approximately 90 feet in width at the base, and varies in height from 8 to 20 feet above existing grade. The source of the proposed fill is unspecified job sites/ locations on Bainbridge Island. Location of Proposal: 14195 Stranne Road and Lots A and B of Anderson Short Plat (City File No. FSPT14646). 30-50 feet west of the State Route 305 right of way, north of Stranne Road. That portion of the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of Section 4, Township 25 N, Range 2 E, W.M. in Kitsap County Washington. Tax Account Number: 042502-2-082-2008; 042502-2-086-2004; 042502-2-087-2003 Date of Application: August 11, 2011 (Revised application) Complete Application: August 11, 2011 (Revised application) Environmental Review: This proposal is subject to State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) review as provided in WAC 197-11. The City, acting as lead agency, expects to issue a Determination of Non-significance (DNS) threshold determination for this proposal. Utilizing the optional DNS pro-

cess provided in WAC 197-11-355, the comment period specified in this notice may be the only opportunity to comment on the environmental impact of this proposal. The proposal may include mitigation measures under applicable codes, and the project review process may incorporate or require mitigation measures regardless of whether an EIS is prepared. A copy of the subsequent threshold determination for the proposal may be obtained upon request. Other permits/studies: None Meeting: The City of Bainbridge Island may conduct a public meeting concerning this proposal. Comment period: The City will not take a final action on the proposal nor make a threshold determination for 14 days from the date of this notice. Any person may comment on the proposal and/or the SEPA review. Additionally, any person may participate in the public hearing and may request a copy of any decision. For consideration under SEPA environmental review, comments must be submitted by September 30, 2011. If you have any questions, please contact: Kelly Tayara. Planner City of Bainbridge Island Department of Planning & Community Development 280 Madison Ave. N. Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 T e l e p h o n e (206) 842-2552 / (206) 780-3787 Fax: (206) 780-0955 Email: pcd@ci.bain Date of publication: 09/16/11 (BR328760) City of Bainbridge Island NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING OF THE HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION YOU ARE HEREBY NO-

Webb using his song book “Sing Along Alive,” the group will be singing traditional American folk songs. No experience required. Info visit www. teen ParentinG: P.T.S.D. - Parenting Teens with Sanity and Dignity, a support group for parents with challenging teens, will meet from 7-8:30 p.m. Sept. 20 at Island Educational Services, 724 Erickson Ave., NE, Suite 101. Info: email or call 206-451-7203.


Fields end rOundtable: David Rocklin presents “The How of Where: Thoughts on Setting As an Additional Character in Historical Fiction” from 7-8:30 p.m. Sept. 20 at the Bainbridge Public Library. This free roundtable is a program of Field’s End: A Writers’ Community. For more information, please visit

Wednesday 21 neW COurse: Support the work of Bainbridge nonprofit New Course with a wine tasting and private

screening of “I Don’t Know How She Does It” at 6 p.m. Sept. 21 at the Pavilion. Cost: $35. Restaurants in the Pavilion will donate a portion of their proceeds that evening, as well. Info: visit City COunCil meetinG: A City Council study session starts at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 21 in Council Chambers, at City Hall, 280 Madison Ave. Agenda includes: Friends of the Farms (presentation); Land Use Code update (discussion); Winslow Way Reconstruction (update); Ward Meetings

(update); Levine Revocable License Agreement (consider approval); 2012-2017 Capital Improvement Plan (preliminary review); Role of public and ad hoc committees (discuss); Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (appointments); Strategic planning – community opportunities (discussion); Water Utility refund (discussion/next steps). Info: Visit or contact Rosalind Lassoff, City Clerk, 7808624, See cAlendAr, A22

For Kitsap Countywide Legal listings, please turn to Real Estate Now/Kitsap Classifieds

TIFIED that the CITY OF BAINBRIDGE ISLAND HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION will conduct a PUBLIC MEETING pursuant to BIMC 18.76 at 3:00 p.m., on THURSDAY, October 6th, 2011, in the Council Chamber Conference Room, City Hall, 280 Madison Avenue North, Bainbridge Island, Washington, to consider the nomination of the following property for inclusion in the LOCAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES: Lynwood Center Building Address: 4569 Lynwood Center Road NE Tax Parcel No: 042402-1-014-2004 Applicant/Owner: Stephen Romein & Theiline W. Cramer QUESTIONS concerning this application may be directed to Heather Beckmann, Associate Planner line at (206) 780-3754. Date of publication: 09/16/11 (BR328766) NOTICE OF MITIGATED DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE The City of Bainbridge Island has issued the following SEPA threshold determination: Applicant: Helmut & Susan Sassenfeld Permit Request: Sass e n f e l d (fn:BLD17329GAF) Description of Proposal: Excavation and moving 950 cubic yards to create a pond and berm. Location of Proposal: 9021 Kono Road Tax Parcel #: 032402-4-032-2007 SEPA Determination: The City of Bainbridge Island (lead agency) has determined that the proposal does not have a probable significant impact on the environment. An environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21C.030(2)(c). This determination was made after review of a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with the lead agency. This information is available to the public upon re-

quest. Responsible Official Katharine Cook, Director Department of Planning & Community Development Address: City of Bainbridge Island 280 Madison Avenue North Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 (206) 842 2552 Comments: This MDNS is issued under WAC 197-11-340 (2). The lead agency will not act on this proposal for 14 days. Comments must submitted by no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, September 30, 2011. Appeal Procedure: This SEPA determination may be appealed by filing a written appeal and paying a $530.00 filing fee to the City Clerk at 280 Madison Avenue North, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110, in accordance with the procedures set forth in the Bainbridge Island Municipal Code, Section 16.04.170. An appeal must be filed no later than 4:00 p.m., September 30, 2011. You should be prepared to make specific factual objections. If you have any questions concerning this application, contact: Heather Beckmann, Associate Planner Department of Planning & Community Development 280 Madison Avenue North Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 (206) 780-3711; Fax: (206) 780-0955 Email: pcd@ci.bain Date of publication: 09/16/11 (BR328799) NOTICE Groen Stephens & Klinge LLP & Klinge LLP, prosecuted a class action against the City of Bainbridge Island for overcharging building permit fees. The parties settled, resulting in the City providing money for building permit applicants from 2000 to 2007. Although refund checks were sent, some people or entities did

not receive them because of undeliverable mail. If your name is the list below, you may be entitled to a refund. Please contact Richard Stephens of Groen, Stephens & Klinge LLP, 11100 NE 8th Street, Suite 750, Bellevue, WA 98004, , 425-453-6206 Adelson, Jeremey; ADIE, DEBRA A; AGATE PASS ENTERPRISES; AIPPERSBACH, M; AJC GENERAL CONTRACTOR; AJOI ART AND MUSIC; ALL PURPOSE STRUCTURES; Allamano, Mark; Alpine Custom; Anderson, James; Anisoglu, Cihan; Arcadian Development; AT&T Broadband; ATA BUILDINGS INC; Austin, Mary Carol; BAILEY, ROB L; Bainbridge Island Babe Ruth; Bainbridge Island Classic Homes LLC; Bainbridge Island Vineyards; Barnabee Farms; BARNEY, JOY; Baumgarten, Seth; Baywatch Investment; Beauchamp, Chris; Benjes, John; Bennett, Constance; BENTRYN, GERARD; Bergum, Kathleen; Berreth, Bryan; BERRY, BRENDA; BICSIT, MICHAEL J; Biencourt, Christopher; Bingham, Brad; Bluefish Fine Builders; Bohnert, Susie; BON BON ENTERPRISES; Bonita, Isla; Brians-Elliot, P.; Brown’s Enterprises; BROWN, SUSAN; Brownell, Penelope; Browning, Gloria S.; Browning, Jess; BUCHI, JOSEPH N; Burgess, Zalinda; Byrum, Colleen; CAFE TRIOS, LLC; Cannon, Charles; CAPLAN, KENNETH; Cassella, Stephen R; Cassidy, Mark; CASTRO, ROBERT; CHRISTENSEN, DOUG L; Citron, Michael; Clearstory Construction; CLEARWIRE, LLC.; Cohen, Marianne; Colby, Jack; Cole-Martin, Edward; COLLIER, THERESA M; COLLINS, SUSAN; Conn, Dave & Sue; Conroy William R. Trustee; CORNETT, HARVEY JOE; CONSTAN, ANDREW; CONWAY, CARLE C.; CRAM, BARBARA; CROSS, KEVIN; Curran, Amy; D&H CONSTRUCTION; Dacek, Nancy; Davis, Don;

Deering, Michael K; DICK, GEORGE L; Dierickx, Dean; DJ Construction, Ltd; DONALDSON, JACQUES E; Donella, Guy; DREAMHOME BUILDERS; Eagen, Kevin; Eagle Construction Northwest; Eckley, Jeffrey; Eells, Ralph; EHRICH, LEANNE; EISENHAUER, JOHN A; EKLUND, MARY C.; Eremic, John; Farrar, Carol; Feiten, F. Fisher, Robert; Folse, Parker; Fuller, Evelyn; G & S Construction, LLC; GALLIVAN, DANIEL; GERAGHTY, JOAN; Gilbert, Dorothy; Gibson, David; GOEPFERT-MAGUIRE, C; Goff, Richard; Goodridge,Marty; GOTO, KEN; Gould, Frederick; Gray, Jason; Gray, John Grice, Don; Haggar/Scribner LLC; Hall Construction, Inc; Hall, Kevin; Hammer, Kenneth, S.; HANSEN, JOHN; HANSON, ROBERT; Hart, Charles E.; Harper, Priscilla; HARRIS, MILES; Harrison, Anne, MD; Helsop, Brent; HESKEW, SHERRYLE; High School Road LLC; HINTON, GREGORY; HOLLIDAY, ROBERT O; Holt, David; HOWARD, ELDON D; H.P.C.; HUBBB ENTERPRISES; Hussey, Jeffrey S.; Huisinga, Karen; Huse,Brian; Hutchinson, Lynne Ahlin; Hylen, Walter; Indigo Inc; INDVIK, WENDY; Nancy Irion; Ischer, E.; ISLAND CENTER SELF; Island Chat House.; J. Kriegh Architects; JACKSON BUSH, S; James, Norm; JAMES BURFORD REAL; Jigsaw Custom Builders; John Hansen Company, Inc.; Johnson, Cheryl; Johnson, Craig; Johnson, Harvey J. Estate of; JOHNSTON, ROBERT C; Jones, Ron; Jones, Thomas; JR WOODS COMPANY LLC; Kass, Kent; Keating, Timothy; Keating Homes, Inc; KETTING/RUDOLPH; Kidd, Gary; KIMBALL, RICK; Kimpton, J.; Kleisner, Frederick; Klingberg,; KNIGHT, JANIE C.; KOTTS, Evelyn; KSM Construction; Lanning, Stephanie; Landweer, James R.; Larsen, Christine; Larson, Ken; Law, Beverly C.; Leeper, Robert; Lelouch, David;

LEONARD, MICHAEL; Leslie, Stephen; LEWARS, MICHAEL W.; LEWIS, EDWIN; Lewis, Susan; Libes, Michael, LISTFJELD, CHRIS; LIVING ROOM, THE; Loftus, Geoffrey; LOWRY, SARAH D.; LYBECK CONSTRUCTION; Lydel Const/Gamble Bay Water; Mackall, Charles; MADIGAN, MARSHA; Mainlander Corp.; Manzanita Bay Builders; Marge Williams Center; MARTIN CONSTRUCTION; Martinson, Laurence; Mason, Craig; MASTER CRAFTSMEN & BUILDERS; Mathews, Eric; MATTHEE, JOHANNES E; McDonald’s of Winslow; McKerlick, Tom; Meridian on Bainbridge LLC; MEZEN, DAVID; Miller, Melissa J.; Miller, William; MINKS INC; MONK, R EDWIN; MONROE, MARK; Monte Hall Construction; Moreno, Matthew; Morgan, Jack; Morse, David; Mud Bay Jugglers; NEXTELL @ AGATE Passage; Nextel Communication; Nguyen, Tina T.; Nimb, Peter; NOBLE, RAYMOND L.; NORITAKE, GREGORY; Norton, Lenneth J.; Nusbaum, David A.; Olason, Mark; O’LEARY, DANIEL; Oliver, Charles; Olsen, Ross A.; Olsen & Olsen Attorneys at Law; ONEILL, KEVIN; OPUS NW; Ostrom, Thomas; Pacific Pointe Construction; PARMAN, DOUGLAS; Parrott, Bill; Paterson, D&J; Patnode, Diane; Peterson, Howard; Pinhero, ARt; Pleasant Beach Construction; P.N.W. Landscapes; Ponicsan, D; POWEL, ANN ELLIS; POWELL, ELIZABETH N; Powell Family Partnership; Precision Building; Priestman, Gene; Price, Andrew Jr.; Radio School LLC; Rankin, Marianne; Red Crow Building Co. LLC; Redvers Riddell; Reid, Brian; REID, GORDON R; REID, TAD; Reis, Mark; RICCO, STEVE; Rich Pass LLC; Richfield, Thomas; RIDINGS, DALE T; Riely, Mary; ROBBINS, STEVE; ROCKAWAY BEACH BLDRS; Rodal, Maurine; Rolph, Brian; Rolph, Brian and Chenda; Ron

Jones Construction; Roth, Ona; Russell, Brian; RUSSELL, ROBERT; Ruys, Suzette; St. Cecilia’s, Archdiocese of Seattle; SACKEROFF, DAVID; SAFWAT, SHARIF; Salmon, Gardner; Sandlin, FENTON; Schmidt, Philip; SCHUELKE, ALETA; SCHWAGER, ANNE W; Schwartz, Donald; Schwartzman,J.J.; Segler, Jeff & Susan; SELL, TAMARA; SERACT CORPORATION, THE; SHEEHAN,TERENCE; Shepard,Edward; Sherbina, Sara; Shrosbree, R; Sickler, Robert; Simmons, Brad; Siriboon, Narong; SJOSTJARN LLC; SMITH LORRI J; Smith, Matthew; Smith, Theresa; Smith Henry Construction Inc.; SOLID STATE CONSTRUCTION; SPARTAN ENT. LLC; Stenesen, Randel; Stevens, Michael; Strabuk, J.A.; Strelinger, Peter & Juli; Strum, Robert; Sullivan, Retta; Sutter, Anne L.; Swanson Architectural Group; Swanson, Neil H.; SWEENEY, SHAWN C; T. Square Construction; TELLER, CAMERON; Thompson, David A.; Thompson, Jeffrey; Thompson, Susan; Thomson, Charlie; THORPE, JAMES A.; THORSEN, ANDREW; THUE, RONALD; Todd, Larry; Upside Ventures/Spartans Rest; Valley, John A.; Versteeg, Harry; Veterane, Joyce; Viccellio, Henry; Viele, John; Vogt, Jared; VOICESTREAM; Wallace, Deborah; Walsh, John; WASHINGTON MUTUAL; Watson, James; Watson, Rick; Wayne Homes Northwest; Wettleson, Cecelia; Whitmore, James; Willett, John; WILLIAM FIKE CONSTRUCTION; Williams, Steve; Windsor NW DEVELOPMENT; Wing, Susan; Winslow Corner LLC; WYATT AVENUE, LLC.; Bob Yager; Yamazaki, P.; Zaleski, William; Zenzic-Quinlan, Joshua; Zovanyi, Louise K. Date of first publication: 09/09/11 Date of last publication: 09/16/11 (BR326199)

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obituaries Angela Alexis Ives Angela Alexis Ives died Sept. 12 at her home in Indianola. She was 51. She was born Nov. 30, 1959, and graduated from North Kitsap High School. She was preceded in death by her mother Doris Alexis. She is survived by her siblings Patty Medina (Rick), Karen Keller, Annie Alexis, Nancy Martinez, Mary Fulton, Charlie George and Sandy Dower; children Hemeh Alexis, Angela Ives, Marion Ives, Loretta Ives, Jessie Ives, Travis Ives; and

grandchildren Aleccia, Nat ache e and Daniel Jr.;and many close friends and Angela Alexis Ives relatives. Angela loved camping at Jeff Head and was an avid gardener and an expert seamstress. She was the best fry bread maker this side of Texas and had a smile that could light up the world. Family and friends are invited to attend the visitation from 1-2 p.m. Saturday,

Glenna Cole Beierle October 10, 1915 - September 7, 2011 Glenna Cole Beierle — Mom to two, Grandma to six and Gigi to twelve more—died peacefully at the Wyatt House on Bainbridge Island on September 7, 2011. Glenna was born into a northwestern New Jersey family with roots dating back to before the Revolutionary War. Her father, Verner Cole, was the tax collector for the small town of Hamburg, where her family lived. Her mother, Alice Cortright Cole, died when Glenna was 16. Glenna attended business school, but chose to wait on a business career, and became engaged to Kenneth Beierle on Christmas Day, 1935. They married the next year, and in 1940 built a home in Ogdensburg, New Jersey, where she lived until after Ken’s death in 1977. Shortly after the end of the Second World War, she and Ken opened Beierle’s Flower Shop. She was the artistic one; Ken did the growing. They retired from the business after 20-some years, so Glenna could care for her ailing sister, Rilla, who was married to one of Ken’s brothers. Three years after Ken’s death, Glenna moved to Bainbridge Island to get away from New Jersey winters, and to be closer to her son’s family. She was active in Rolling Bay Presbyterian Church and an Arboretum Foundation gardening group. She loved flowers, even when the opportunities were limited to pots on condo decks. Her health finally took her to the Wyatt House, where she lived her final two years. She was loved and received exceptional care from the dedicated staff there, for which her family is extremely grateful. In her final days, she was surrounded by many of her three generations of immediate family in a beautifully intimate goodbye celebration. She leaves her son Thomas (Karen) Beierle, also of Bainbridge, and daughter Claire (Russell) VanAtta of Hartville, Ohio. She also leaves a devoted favorite niece, Rayla Stecker, daughter of her late sister, of Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania, a God-daughter, Debbi Guidi, of Newton, New Jersey, and many nephews and nieces and their families, all of whom were very dear to her. In a showing of their affection for Glenna, many of them came from all around our country to celebrate her 90th birthday nearly six years ago. All who knew her will remember her as a loving and accepting person, a wonderful cook, a lover of all things that have green leaves, and a grand lady who cherished the visits of her family. A memorial service will be held at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Bainbridge Island at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 20. Her remains will be interred next to her late husband’s in North Hardyston Cemetery, Hamburg, New Jersey, with graveside services there at 11 a.m. Monday, October 17. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests remembrances to Helpline House. Please sign the online guest book at: TRIBUTE Paid Notice

Sept 17, at the Port Gamble Tribal Gym. The funeral service will then follow at 2 p.m. at the gym. Interment will take place at the Suquamish Tribal Cemetery. A recep-

tion will be held back at the gym in Port Gamble. An online guest book is at

Olive Maywood Myers Easterwood March 24, 1914 - August 19, 2011 Olive Maywood Myers Easterwood, daughter of Bainbridge Island pioneers, passed away on August 19, 2011, in Eugene, Oregon. She was 97. Olive was the third child and second daughter of Oliver Leander Myers and Laura Maywood McQuarrie Myers, both of Queens County, Prince Edward Island. Her parents moved to the Island in 1898. They purchased 20 acres at the Head of the Bay in 1907 and operated a dairy farm there for many years. Olive was born on the family farm in 1914. She knew a Bainbridge much different from that of today: at times, she rode her horse to school; in the fall she smelled the smoke from the nearby Indian smokehouses; she knew almost no one who lived on the remote north end of the Island. Olive’s parents brought the second car to Bainbridge, a Model T Ford. When Olive was asked recently for a favorite childhood memory, she recalled bouncing happily on her mother’s lap as her Dad drove the Ford along bumpy roads to the lumber mill at Port Blakely to deliver milk. Olive graduated from Bainbridge High School with the class of 1932. In her high school years she worked at the strawberry cannery at the end of Weaver Road near the Head of the Bay. With those earnings and a scholarship, she attended Whitman College in Walla Walla. Later she transferred to Western Washington College of Education (now WWU) where she earned her teaching degree. Olive went on to teach school for nearly 40 years, a career she loved. She taught kindergarten in the Seattle School District for many years. A colleague of hers once observed, “I never heard a cross word in Olive’s classroom.” Olive married Henry Oliver Easterwood of Ardmore, Oklahoma, in 1945. They moved from the Island to Seattle where they raised two girls, Cheryl and Laura. They spent summers on the Island at the family farm. Olive enjoyed picking wild blackberries in her secret patches, always in friendly competition with Mickie Cooper. With her sister, Emma Swedine, she canned fruit and produce grown on the Swedine farm on New Sweden Road. Her home, whether in Seattle or on Bainbridge, was always a magnet for children because of her warm and welcoming personality. After retiring, Olive and Henry spend winters in Arizona where Olive was an active community volunteer. Henry passed away in 1982. Olive then met Hal Squires of Vancouver, BC, and they traveled together extensively. In between these wonderful trips, Olive was a frequent visitor to Alaska and to New York to see her daughters and their families. Olive’s health remained extraordinary until she broke her leg in July, 2011. Her family credits her longevity to her amazing, positive attitude, her kindness, and her courage and determination. Olive is survived by daughter Cheryl Easterwood of Eugene, Oregon and her husband Thom Landgreen; daughter Laura Corsun of White Plains, New York and her husband Steve Corsun. She is also survived by her grandchildren Hilary, Alexander, Reba, Meryl and Alison and by her niece, Elida O’Brien and her husband Joe O’Brien of Bainbridge. Olive would also want to mention a couple who were special in her life, Jerry and Judie Elfendahl of Bainbridge. Olive leaves a legacy of kindness, caring, humor and strength which will live on for generations to come. Remembrances may be made to the Bainbridge Island Historical Society. TRIBUTE Paid Notice

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Frances Evelyn Petersen April 7, 1918 - September 2, 2011 Frances Evelyn Petersen, passed away on Friday, September 2, 2011 at her home on Bainbridge Island, WA. She was born on April 7, 1918 in Seattle, WA. She was 93 years of age. Frances graduated from Lincoln High School in Seattle. She later graduated from Western Washington University in Bellingham followed by her Masters of Social Work Degree from The University of Washington. Frances resided on Bainbridge Island since 1955. She loved taking her four grandchildren on vacation trips to Canada each year in her camper/RV. She was an avid reader, knitter and enjoyed crochet and was a member of the Eastern Star. Frances worked as a social worker with the State of Washington. She is survived by her son Robert T. Tollefsen (Pam), daughter Lorelei F. Tollefsen, grandchildren: Scott Brown (Helen), Shannon Oliver (Jay), Chandra Hughes (Brian) and Kirk Tollefsen. There are also ten great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Albert J. Petersen in 1997 and her sister June Brandt in 2011. Services will be private. Memorial contributions can be made to the Shriner’s Crippled Children’s Hospital. Please sign the online Guest Book for the family at:

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Bruce Alan Hedderly-Smith September 6, 1944 - September 6, 2011 Bruce Alan Hedderly-Smith, passed away on Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at his home on Bainbridge Island, WA. He was born on September 6, 1944 in Seattle, WA to Arthur and Prudence HedderlySmith. He was 67 years of age. Bruce served in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War. He was a member of St. Barnabas Episcopal Church on Bainbridge Island where he served as an usher, bread baker, lector and building and grounds coordinator for work parties. He enjoyed oil painting and stained glass work. He stated, “I had great friends and blessings - I thank them for everything.” Bruce also enjoyed horseback riding when he was younger. He loved to garden and split wood. He also stated, “The most important was the time I spent being with my wife Carole”. He is survived by his beloved wife Carole HedderlySmith of Bainbridge Island, WA, daughter Sara and son in-law Garrett Bradshaw of Ferndale, WA, granddaughter Katelyn Bradshaw of Ferndale, WA, brother David and sister in-law Carolyn Hedderly-Smith of Park City, Utah, sister Arlayne Hedderly-Smith Peterson and brother-inlaw Tom Peterson of Lexington, MA, sister in-law Cathy Porter and her husband Jack Porter of Moscow, ID, nephews Eric and Mark Peterson and niece Anne Peterson and Arthur and Allison Hedderly-Smith of Park City, UT. He was preceded in death by his parents, his cousin Wendy S. Lambuth and uncle Alan Lambuth. Family and friends are respectfully invited to attend the Memorial Service on Saturday, September 17, 2011 at 3:00 PM at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church. Inurnment will follow at the church interium. A reception will follow at the church hall. Memorial contributions can be made to the Helpline House or the Interfaith Council or the Hospice of Kitsap County. Please sign the online Guest Book for the family at: TRIBUTE Paid Notice

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Thursday 22 PLaNNING COMMIssION: The Bainbridge Island Planning Commission will meet at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at City Hall. This meeting will be the Shoreline Master Program Update study session No. 8, covering overwater structures, boating facilities, aquaculture and shoreline modification and stabilization. Info: or contact Ryan Ericson at 780-3767. sONG CIrCLe / JaM sessION: Join in an instrumental jam session at 7 p.m. Thursdays at The Stephens House, 191 Winslow Way West. Hosted by Rick Barrenger and Diane Spengler. Info: visit

TaG saLe: The Bainbridge Island Women’s Club will be holding a tag sale from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 24 at the Kitsap Bank parking lot on High School Rd. Proceeds from the sale are donated to non-profits providing services on Bainbridge Island. Info: Call Karen Sjolseth at 206201-3203. reCyCLe eLeCTrONICs: Friendly Earth non-profit recycling company is teaming up with the Bainbridge Island Church to kick off a community wide recycling event from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 24. Volunteers will be collecting used, broken and unwanted appliances, electronics and scrap metal. Info: contact Whitney Rodriguez at 206-367-4111 or email LuTheraN FOruM: Port

Madison Lutheran Church (corner of Madison Ave. and Torvanger) is hosting a forum on “New Directions in Lutheranism” from 1-4 p.m. Sept. 24 with representatives of the North American Lutheran Church. There will be a Q & A discussion period following their presentations and refreshments will be served. 842-4746 or seaTTLe OPera PrevIew: Opera aficionado Norm Hollingshead leads a presentation on “Carmen,” Bizet’s sexy thriller about a soldier’s ill-fated obsession with the ultimate femme fatale, which is arguably the world’s most popular opera from 2-4 p.m. Sept. 24 at the Bainbridge Library. Free. Info: visit aTOMIC BOMBsheLLs: The Atomic Bombshells return with their internation-

ally celebrated burlesque revue at 8 p.m. Sept. 24. Seattle’s polished and perfectly-choreographed, professional burlesque troupe presents a show that celebrates the feminine form with good humor and classic style. Appropriate for ages 18 and older. Tickets: $25 per person. Call 8428569 or visit KIss: Kitsap Senior Singles meet at 1 p.m. Sept. 25 on the first floor of the Willows Senior Apts, 3201 Pine Rd. N.E. For directions, call 360-479-8522. All seniors are welcome for a potluck (bring a dish to share) come and share your friendship, bring cards and games to play. Info: call 360-275-3256 or 360-698-1175. hOuse CONCerT: “Leftover Dreams” duo Patrice Haan and Tony Marcus will play moody ballads, jumping swingers and unabash-


edly romantic love songs at Winslow CoHousing from 7:30-9 p.m. Sept. 26. suggested donation, $10. Info: www.leftoverdreams. com or call Judy Friesem at 855-9606. BOOKs saLe: Friends of the Library Book Sale is from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 27 at the Bainbridge Public Library, 1270 Madison Ave. Info: Call 842-4162 or visit GrOw COMMuNITy OPeN hOuse: The Grow Community will be hosting a gathering to share our designs and plans for the Grow Community from 7-9 p.m. Sept. 27 at BPA. Info: Call 780-8898 or email eduCaTION FOruM: “Our Future, Our Kids: K-12 Public Education” is presented from 10-11:30 a.m. Oct. 1 at the Bainbridge Library. Forum 1 of the

three-part series will discuss “Trends, challenges, and possibilities for public education” presented by Faith Chapel, superintendent, Bainbridge Island School District, and David Harrison, senior lecturer of public affairs, University of Washington. How do we best prepare students for the demands of work and society? How do we fund it? Info: visit huNGer waLK: Join the fight against hunger, and help the local support agencies BI Helpline House and NK Fishline. The BI/NK CROP Hunger Walk is scheduled for Oct. 2, starting at Eagle Harbor Congregational Church at 2 p.m. 25 percent of money raised remains in the community with Helpline House and NK Fishline. Info: Nancy Quitslund at 842-4658 or Rachel Kerbrat at 842-8729.

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FYI POLICE BLOTTER Bainbridge Police reported the following incidents: Aug. 24 4:20 p.m. A homeless man was found asleep in a vehicle in the driveway of a home. The man was advised to leave the vehicle. 4:36 p.m. Officers were called to handle a suspicious object. An island resident called to report finding a suspicious explosive; a World War II grenade and ammunition was located in a box with military equipment. The U.S. Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal team was called to disarm the device, and did so with-

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2:44 p.m. Island Health and Rehabilitation reported that a paycheck was stolen sometime during the previous week. 7:22 p.m. A traffic accident occurred on State Route 305. A deer broke cover on the east side of the roadway and crossed from east to west. The deer was vaulting over the driver’s side of the vehicle when it made impact. The driver said he did not have enough time to stop. The deer continued to the west side of the road where it entered heavy cover, and was unable to be located. 9:26 p.m. The driver of a vehicle reported striking a deer while driving northbound on SR 305 near Agatewood Road. The officers confirmed that there was damage to the vehicle, but were unable to locate the scene of the accident.

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he Big Hump forest fire currently burning in the Olympic Mountains provides an uncanny backdrop for Kitsap Regional Library’s One Book, One Community event that kicks off on Saturday. “Forest fires weren’t really on our minds last winter when we picked the book,” committee member Althea Paulson said. “But now we have had record-breaking wildfires going on in the southern U.S. and we have our own Big Hump.” The book chosen for the community-wide reading event is “The Big Burn” by Pulitzer Prizewinning author Timothy Egan. The non-fiction book recounts the devastating forest fire of 1910 that took place in Montana, Idaho and Washington. The fire destroyed three million acres in a matter of days, and many lives were lost. The devastating fire subsequently solidified the U.S. Forest Service and how the government would handle future fires. The Kitsap Regional Library committee charged with selecting the book for One Book, One Community sifted through many choices before settling on the “The Big Burn.” (Previous year’s selections were “To Kill a Mockingbird,” “Cannery Row,” and “Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet.”) “It’s really an arduous task,” said member Dee D’Haem, Manchester branch manager. “There are so many good books out there. You really have

NFL Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw will ‘raise the roof’ for local housing Sept. 23

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abitat for Humanity has a mansion-sized goal this year for its Raise the Roof fund-

raiser. They hope to bring in $200,000, which is five times more than it raised last year.

“We are going well above and beyond what we’ve done in the past,” said organizer Carmela Kulbeth, fund developer for Habitat for Humanity of Kitsap County. “This event will surpass any other Raise the Roof.” But for an organization that has built 63 homes since 1992, one See HABITAT, Page 2

The Big Hump Fire which began on Aug. 31 has burned more than 1,230 acres in the Olympic Mountains. John Erwert / Courtesy photo

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Continued from page 1 could say Habitat knows how to hit the nail on the head, how to plumb a line, how to, well, raise a roof. The black-tie gala is drawing people from across the state. Kulbeth expects up to 1,500 guests. Previous years averaged an attendance of 500. And while Kulbeth knows that Habitat for Humanity in itself is a big draw, this year’s event has football fans rising up from their Lazy-Boys and taking notice. Terry Bradshaw, the Hall of Fame quarterback and sportscaster, will be the guest speaker at the event. Bradshaw, 63, played 14 seasons as quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers. In a six-year span, he won four Super Bowl titles (1974, 1975, 1978 and 1979), becoming the first quarterback to win three and four Super Bowls, and led the Steelers to eight AFC Central championships. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1989, his first year of eligibility.

Bradshaw is now a footunteers, homes are built at a ball analyst and co-host of deeply discounted cost. Fox NFL Sunday. “Everything we do is Bradshaw has authored volunteer-based,” Kulbeth or co-authored five books, said. “Locally, we only have recorded six albums of five paid staff members. country/western and gospel Everything else is thanks to music, and acted in several the thousands of volunteers TV shows and films. who come help us.” “People perk up when Volunteers help lay floorthey hear ing, nail siding about Habitat and paint —anyfor Humanthing that needs ity. Many to be completed. people have The future hovolunteered meowners work or have a alongside the connection volunteers and with us,” must commit to Kulbeth said. 500 sweat-equity “But bringhours. ing Terry And unCarmela Kulbeth like traditional Bradshaw in was an added home-buying, bonus.” Habitat for The money raised at Humanity homeowners Raise the Roof will literally have to take classes on help to raise more roofs homeownership and money in Kitsap. Specifically, the management. money will help build When the day finally 11 more homes. Ground arrives and the keys are breaking on two of the new handed over to the owners, projects, both in BremerKulbeth said it gives her ton, are set to begin soon. chills. A 32-unit project in Port “You take families who Orchard is in the works as are low income and might well. not have the greatest credit Habitat for Humanity is history, and the stability of an international non-profit their jobs might be in quesorganization that builds tion, but they need a home,” homes for people in need. Kulbeth said. “That’s what Thanks to the help of volwe provide.”

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Friday, September 16, 2011 “It’s really hard to get a dead author to rise up from the grave and give a reading,” Thorne said. (This knocked “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” out Continued from page 1 of the running.) Egan will speak on Oct. 11 at North the whole world to choose Kitsap Community Audifrom.” torium. Armed with qualificaThorne is responsible for tions such as selecting a planning the programs surbook that was available in rounding the book and has different formats (largescheduled discussions on print, audio and e-book), forest fire management and and equally appealing to backyard forest stewardyoung and old, male and ship, as well as musical acts female, committee memand movie bers set out screenings to pick their that tie-in selection. with the “Each year forest fire we try to and land streamline conserthe process,” vation said Kathleen themes. Thorne. “But Paulson, I still must was struck have read by how 15 books. “The Big That alone is Burn” a daunting brought task.” up many The idea different behind One discussion Book, One topics. Community, “The Big Burn” by Seattle “The is to bring a author Timothy Egan is the political wide variety pick for this year’s One Book, and adof people to- One Community read. venture gether to read Coutesy photo story a single book really and to spark brings to discussions. In conjunction the reader three things: the with the book, there are efforts of the government activities to supplement the to steward public lands; story— which was another the individual heroism and criteria in choosing a book. tragedy of those who were It needed to lend itself to caught up in [the fire]; and programming. Also weighhow nature is more powering heavily in the decision ful than government and was the accessibility to the humans.” author.

‘The Big Burn’

While it’s hard to pinpoint exactly how many community members have participated in past One Book, One Community events, Jeff Brody, director of community relations for the library, said every single copy of last year’s One Book selection, “Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet” was circulated in the community. And, 175 people attended the book discussion by the author. This year, there are 345 copies of “The Big Burn” available in the library system. The idea of one book being read by a community has its roots in Seattle where 10 years ago, librarian Nancy Pearl began a similar program. The idea has since spread across the nation. “I really hope people read the book and take advantage of the programs,” Thorne said. “It’s a gripping story and a fascinating picture of life at that time.”

ONE BOOK, ONE COMMUNITY The program kicks off at 1 p.m. on Sept. 17 at the Kitsap Mall. View an exhibit of archival photos of the Big Burn and enjoy a Big Burn book talk by KRL staff. For a complete list of month-long activities, visit your local library branch of

Photo of the Grayback crew brushing Mount Jupiter trail in the Olympics. When the One Book, One Community committee picked the book “The Big Burn,” they had no idea there would be a forest fire visible from Kitsap during the launching of the program. Renee Lamoreaux / Courtesy photo


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PETERSEN FARM FALL FAIR On Sept. 18 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. visitors will have the opportunity to visit Petersen Farm, the historic 167-acre farm that provides trail walkers and highway commuters expansive views of Clear Creek Valley. The event includes carnival games, live music, farm tours and vendors. On-site parking is accessible from the State Route 3 Trigger Avenue exit in Silverdale. Admission is $7 adult; $5 child (3-12), or $20 per family. Proceeds support conservation of Petersen Farm and the future of Kitsap Community Food Co-op. The event, co-hosted by Great Peninsula Conservancy and Kitsap Community Food Co-op, kicks off the public portion of a significant capital campaign that has quietly raised more than $300,000 to make sure Petersen Farm stays Silverdale’s working signature farm. Info:

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‘OlyRun’ will raise funds for family recovering from devastating illness


att and Katie Million learned a valuable lesson last spring: Never, ever take life for granted. In the blink of an eye, 9-year-old Hunter Million went from being a healthy third-grade sports enthusiast to waging the fight of his life, having been diagnosed with a very rare form of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma called Burkitt’s. As many of us can only imagine, life for the Millions turned upside down. Matt, a paramedic and firefighter with South Kitsap Fire & Rescue, who worked part-time for many years with Olympic

Ambulance, and Katie, a substitute teacher for the South Kitsap School District, both took leaves of absence from their jobs while Hunter underwent major surgical procedures and endured intense chemotherapy treatments. At Olympic Ambulance, employees recognized a need and wanted to help. After considerable thought and discussion, the first annual “OlyRun”, a 5K run/ walk with a 10K option was born. A passionate and driven group of employees has enlisted the help of many local businesses and has worked for months to turn their idea into a helping hand.

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This year’s FREE self-guided tour features 18 working farms offering a variety of locally grown food and products.

The OlyRun is a community event that has been designed to promote healthy living in which everyone can participate: young, old, runners, walkers, joggers, and families. This year, proceeds from the event will benefit Hunter Million. Registration for the OlyRun will kick off at 8 a.m. on Sept.17 with the 10K starting at 10 a.m. and the 5K immediately following at 10:05 a.m. The event will take place at Lions Park at 251 Lebo Blvd, Bremerton. From 11 a.m. to noon, kids-races will take place while “Friday at the Lake” performs. At noon, awards will be presented and a raffle will be held, and from 1-2 p.m. “Running Through” will perform. Food will be available for purchase from the Flying Pig, Ketaluma Chai, the Aloha Kitchen and the Pizza Factory. Registration is available online at www.olyrun. com, or in person at both Olympic Fitness locations in Port Orchard, Silverdale Cyclery in Silverdale,

Poulsbo Running and The Zone in Poulsbo. For those who pre-register, the cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children, with a maximum of $30 for a family. Registration prices will increase the day of the race. T-shirts in adult and youth sizes are also available at a cost of $10. Today, the only thing missing in Hunter’s world is his hair. A mere four months after treatment, Hunter is playing soccer again and has prepared to return to South Colby Elementary as a fourthgrader. While he will continue to be monitored on a regular basis for the next two years, his current scans are clear, the cancer has been defeated. The Millions recognize how fortunate they are that Hunter has beaten the odds so quickly. Katie says that the experience has taught her to focus her attention on the most important thing in life — family time.

On Saturday, September 17th, join us for the Greenbank Farm Harvest Dinner & Art Auction!

For tickets to the Harvest Dinner call 360-678-7700. Proceeds from the dinner support Greenbank Farm.

For Farm Tour information visit or call the Whidbey Island Conservation District at 360-678-4708.

Kitsap Aikido

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Arborist Olaf Ribeiro said he would chain himself to this fir to save it from being cut down. Bainbridge Island Review BAINBRIDGE ISLAND REVIEW Council decides to save historical tree: A large Douglas fir, considered the most prominent tree on Winslow Way, came close to being one of several trees cut down to make way for street improvements. The City Council and two arborists came to its rescue. The tree, which is estimated to be between 80 and 100 years old by local arborist Olaf Ribeiro, needs regular pruning because the limbs are large and heavy, and

BREMERTON PATRIOT Educators try to put healthier fare on the school lunch menu: The Central Kitsap and Bremerton school districts are training their nutrition personnel in healthy recipes for school lunches. Although both districts said they continue to cut fats from school lunches, some parents and students have not been not satisfied with the lunch options offered in the cafeterias. CENTRAL KITSAP REPORTER Skier hits 48-month streak on the slopes: Mack Johnson ended his summer the best possible way — skiing in Paradise. The Silverdale resident skiied down Paradise Glacier on Mount Rainier’s southern exposure Sept. 2, keeping alive a skiing streak of 48 consecutive months. NORTH KITSAP HERALD ‘Chief Seattle’ exhibit closes: In preparation for the Suquamish Tribe’s new museum, to be completed in 2012, the Suquamish Museum is closing its longrunning exhibit, “The Eyes of Chief Seattle.” “It’s had an amazingly successful run,” museum executive director Janet Smoak said of the 28-yearold exhibit. PORT ORCHARD INDEPENDENT SUV smashes into home, erupts in flames: A vehicle crashed into a home on Lund Avenue and erupted in flames after rupturing a gas line, Tuesday. The driver was able to get out of the vehicle, but was taken by ambulance to Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton.

Classes Adult - Mon thru Fri 6:00-7:00 PM & Sat 9:00-10:30 AM Youth - Tues & Thurs 4:30-5:30PM Children - Mon 4:30-5:30PM & Sat 10:45-11:45AM FREE to the Public Stretch & Flex Class - Mon, Wed, & Fri 6:00-6:45AM Kitsap Aikido is a non-profit school that has offered classes since 1994. We are located at 650 NW Bovela Lane #5 in Poulsbo. Kitsap Aikido admits students of all race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally according or made available for students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational and admissions policies and other school-administered programs.

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kitsapcalendar ART GALLERIES Add to Heart Photography: Photographer Laura Zander of Add to Heart Photography will have an open house on Sept. 17 from 1-4 p.m. at her studio, 3475 NW Byron St., Silverdale. Advanced Concrete Artisans Exhibit: During September at The Global Bean, 2021 NW Myhre Road, Silverdale. Select pieces include sculpture, tabletops and water features by artist Laurie Smith. Info: visit www.advancedconcreteartisans. com. Amy Burnett Gallery and Historical Museum: The exhibit “The Hats” is open. More than 40 vintage hats are on exhibit, as well as paintings of women wearing hats. The gallery is located at 408 Pacific Ave., Bremerton. Sidney Art Gallery: Belfair artist Carol Ward is the featured artist through Sept. 29. The gallery is located at 202 Sidney Ave., Port Orchard. The Island Gallery: Featuring three artists from the Southwest in ”September in the Southwest.” The gallery is located at 400 Winslow Way E., No. 120, Bainbridge. Verksted Gallery: Showcasing artists’ silent auction donations for Fishline Food Bank and Emergency Services’ Oct. 15 fundraiser, “A Night at the Improv.” The silent auction will take place during the fundraiser at The Jewel Box Theatre. The gallery is located at 18937 Front St., Poulsbo.

BEnEFITS And EvEnTS Celebrate Urban Birds: Sept. 17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Cowling Creek Forest Preserve, 20325 Miller Bay Road NE, Poulsbo. Free. Event includes craft projects for children ages 2-10 as well as short guided bird walks. Info: Taste of Lynwood: Sept. 17, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Lynwood Center on Bainbridge Island. The free blockparty event includes live music and vendor booths. The event takes place near the intersection of Pleasant Beach Drive and Lynwood Center Road. Petersen Farm Fall Fair: Sept. 18, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 12450 Petersen Lane, NW, Silverdale. Admission: $7 adults, $4 children ages 3-12, $20 per family. Enjoy carnival games,

hayrides, a hay bale maze, live music and more. Proceeds support conservation of Petersen Farm and the Kitsap Community Food Co-op. Info: www.PetersenFarmFallFair. org. Caddy Shack Open Golf Tournament: Sept. 22, 12:30 p.m. at White Horse Golf Course, 22795 Three Lions Place NE, Kingston. Cost: $60 per person and includes cart, green fees and banquet at Kiana Lodge. Info: The tournament raises money for Elder and Adult Day Services. Raise the Roof: Sept. 23, 6 p.m., at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds Pavilion. A black tie benefit for Habitat for Humanity Kitsap County, with guest speaker and NFL Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw. Tickets: $90 per person and $700 per table (eight seats per table). To purchase tickets, call (360) 479-3853. Old Mill Days: Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 in Port Gamble. Live entertainment, a free carnival for children, a benefit auction that supports the YMCA, and an assortment of food stands, vendors and a beer garden. Timber-related activities such as chainsaw carving, competition speed carving and a lumberjack show take place throughout the weekend. The annual Kitsap’s Toughest Timberman championship takes place on Oct. 2. Tickets are $5 for adults. Children 8 and younger get in free, and seniors and active duty military will receive 20 percent off their admission price on Sunday.

CLUBS, mEETInGS, SUppoRT GRoUpS Camera Club: Sept. 19 at 6:45 p.m. in room 117 (Rotunda) in the Engineering Building on the Olympic College campus. This is the regular print night; subjects will be “General” covering all topics and “Nature” for the category subject. Info: (360) 275-3019. Kitsap Senior Singles: Sept. 25 at 1 p.m. at 3201 Pine Road NE at the Willows Senior Apartments in Bremerton. Participants are asked to bring a potluck dish. Bring cards and games to play and share your friendship. Info: (360) 275-3256.

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Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Groups: Meets the first Thursday of each month, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Linda’s Knit ‘N‘ Stitch, 3382 NE Carlton St., Silverdale. Info: Cyd Wadlow, (360) 779-9064. Women and Cancer Support Group: Second Thursday of the month, 6 p.m. at Harrison Medical Center Oncology Conference Room (second floor), 2520 Cherry Ave., Bremerton; first and third Thursday of the month, 10:30 a.m. at Harrison Poulsbo Hematology and Oncology, 19500 10th Ave. NE, Suite 100, Poulsbo. Info: Edward Jones Financial Adviser “Coffee Club”: The fourth Wednesday of every month, 8:15 a.m. at 2416 NW Myhre Road, Suite 102, Silverdale. Sponsored by Donald Logan, the club discusses the current economy and market. To reserve a seat, call Sarah Bartley at (360) 692-1216.

dAnCE The Atomic Bombshells: Sept. 24, 8 p.m. at Bainbridge Performing Arts, 200 Madison Ave., Bainbridge. Tickets: $25, available at The Atomic Bombshells are Seattle’s choreographed, professional burlesque troupe. A show that celebrates the feminine form with good humor and classic style. The production is appropriate for ages 18 and older.

FARmERS mARkETS Bainbridge Island: Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at City Hall in Winslow. The fourth annual “Poultry Pageant” is Sept. 17. Dress up your chicken and try your luck at a prize in the following categories: Cutest, Funniest, Most Creative, Most Delicious, and People’s Choice. There will also be educational displays, Fowl Bingo and 4H visitors. Judging begins at noon. Bremerton: Thursdays, 4 -7 p.m., on the Bremerton Boardwalk (near the intersection of 2nd and Washington). Featuring a variety of freshly harvested fruits and vegetables, including apples, beans, cucumbers, peaches, squash and more. Kingston: Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Kingston Marina, Central Avenue and Washington Boule-

vard. Olalla Valley: Fridays, 1-5 p.m., at 13053 Olalla Valley Road. Port Orchard: Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., on Harrison Avenue between Amy’s on the Bay and Marina Park. This week features the third annual Great Tomato Taste Off. The contest is open to everyone and is free to enter. Info: Poulsbo: Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the corner of Iverson Street and 7th Avenue. Silverdale: Tuesdays, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Old Town Port Parking Lot off Washington Street, between Waterfront Park and the boat launch. Suquamish: Wednesdays, 3-7 p.m., directly across from Village Shell on Suquamish Way. Straight-from-thefarm produce and fruit. The season is winding down but the produce is at its best.

LITERARy Author Reading: Lisa Mantchev will read from her book “So Silver Bright” on Sept. 17, 6:30 p.m. at Liberty Bay Books, 18881 D Front St., Poulsbo. Field’s End Rountable: Sept. 20 from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Bainbridge Island Library, 1270 Madison Ave., Bainbridge. Author David Rocklin will discuss “The How of Where: Thoughts on setting as an additional character in historical fiction.” Free. Fiction Writers’ Workshop: Mondays, 5-7 p.m., Poulsbohemian Coffeehouse, 19003 Front St., Poulsbo. Read one of your chapters aloud, followed by group critique on hard copies. Info: Ron, (206) 780-2377. Silverdale Writers’ Roundtable: Looking for aspiring writers. If you are writing a novel or memoir (or thinking of writing one), join this writing group on Saturday mornings at 9:30 a.m. at Cafe Noir in Silverdale. Free. Info: (360) 8304968. Debbie Macomber book signing: Oct. 7, 5:30-7:30 p.m., local author Debbie Macomber will sign her latest book, “1105 Yakima Street” at the Kitsap County Historical Society Museum, 280 Fourth St., Bremerton. Copies of the book will be available for purchase at the museum. This event is a fundraiser for the historical society and is free and open to the public.

mUSEUm Bainbridge Island Historical Museum: Featured at the museum is “Ansel Adams: A Portrait of Manzanar.” The exhibit documents the


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incarceration of the Japanese at Manzanar Relocation Center during WWll. The exhibit includes a detailed model of the ferry Kehloken and the Eagledale dock used in the March 30, 1942 removal of Bainbridge Island’s Japanese Americans to Manzanar. The museum is located at 215 Ericksen Ave. Hours: daily 1-4 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed Tuesdays. Info: www.

mUSIC Jazz at El Croal: Fridays, 6-9 p.m., featuring Mark Lewis with different musicians each week. Sept. 16, Butch Boles, guitar; Sept. 23 John Butler, guitar; Sept.30 Rich White, bass. El Croal Mexican Restaurant is located at 536 4th St., Bremerton. All ages. No cover. Bremerton Symphony Auditions: Sept. 17 by appointment. Orchestral instruments needed: bass, bassoon, cello (principal or section), flute, French horn, percussion, viola and violin. Info: Call Gary Dahl, (360) 3374041. Kitsap Community Chorale: Rehearsals take place on Sundays, 7- 8:30 p.m., beginning Sept. 18 at Adventure of Faith Presbyterian Church, 4705 Jackson Ave SE, Port Orchard. New members welcome. Info: (360) 876-2524 or email: Lyrica Auditions: Lyrica, Ladies Choral Ensemble of Puget Sound, a non-profit, community-based choral ensemble for women, is holding auditions for its 2011-12 season. Experienced musicians are encouraged. Weekly rehearsals are held at St. Gabriel Church in Port Orchard. Info: LeeAnne Campos (253) 312-6074 or LeeAnneCampos@harbornet. com. Kitsap Chordsmen: “The Show ... Down at the OK Chorale” will be performed on Sept. 17, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Admiral Theater, 515 Pacific Ave., Bremerton. Tickets for the 2 p.m. show

are $12. Tickets for the 7 p.m. show range from $15-$25. Tickets and information: www. Washington Old-Time Fiddlers: Meets every third Saturday from September to May at the Square Dance Hall on Old Belfair Highway in Gorst. Schedule: 11 a.m., tune learning; noon, lunch and meeting; 1-3 p.m., jamming. Listen or join in. Info: (360) 779-5257. Jazz Canvas: Sept. 23, 7 p.m. at Bainbridge Performing Arts, 200 Madison Ave., Bainbridge Island. Tickets: $20 and can be purchased at This two-hour performance combines jazz music and a painter who begins and ends a large work of art in response to the music. In the best of jazz traditions, Jazz Canvas is spontaneous and unique. Kitsap Opera: Sept. 23 at 7:30 p.m. and Sept. 25 at 3 p.m., at the Admiral Theatre, 515 Pacific Ave., Bremerton. The Kitsap Opera performs Giacomo Puccini’s “Madama Butterfly.” Tickets range from $18-$58, available at (360) 373-6743.

THEATER The Marvelous Wonderettes: Through Oct. 9 at The Jewel Box Theater, 225 Iverson St., Poulsbo. The all-female musical revue features classic hits from the 1950s. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. Tickets are $16 for adults, $14 for seniors, students and military. Info: “The Women” Auditions: Oct. 2425 from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at Bainbridge Performing Arts. The play offers roles for ages 10 to adult. Those auditioning are required to present a one to twominute memorized comedic or light dramatic monologue. To schedule an appointment email Deirdre Hadlock at: dhadlock@ See Calendar, Page 6

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VOLUNTEER Kitsap Adult Center for Education: Seeking volunteers to help adults improve their reading, writing or math skills, work with students preparing for their GED, tutor English as a

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OPEN HOUSES Manette #224463 SUN 1-4. 1706 Wheaton Way


More than meets the eye, this charming cottage boasts 3 bdrms plus den and 1.75 bath. Thoughtfully updated & nestled in desirable Manette, it’s a short hop to PSNS & ferries. A great opportunity to own a delightful home at an affordable price. Norma Foss 360-779-5205.

Indianola #263212 SUN 1-4. 9560 NE Loughrey Avenue


Experience the feeling of a home tucked in the woods w/beautiful dappled sunlight all day long. Walk to the Indianola Bch in 5 mins to enjoy beachcombing, boating & crabbing. This cedar sided home on a double lot, has a red metal roof, wood-wrapped windows, vaulted ceilings, a cedar interior, skylights, expansive deck, lrg kitchen & sunny dining rm. Detached Studio/Guest Quarters. Mary Richards 360-779-5205.

WATERFRONT 320 Washington Ave, Bremerton Harborside Condos! Saturday and Sunday 10 to 4 by appt! Enjoy living on the edge of Bremerton’s stunning waterfront view condos. Starting at $255,000, VA, FHA & FNMA approved. Very close to PSNS and ferry. Amy Allen or Penny Jones 360-627-7658.

Bremerton #180170 Sat & Sun 1-4. 4825 Bowwood


Welcome Home to Bowwood! The Cedar is a 4 bdrm, 2.5 bth, 1552 SF home w/designer color palette & features a 2-car garage. All home lots are fenced & front yards are landscaped. Play and picnic area in neighborhood. Other plans are available. Amy Allen 360-620-0499.

Poulsbo #267703 SUN 1-4. 20945 Cindy Court NE


Affordable, updated rambler in established neighborhood just outside the charming town of Poulsbo. Located on a lrg corner .8ac lot, the maintained yard is surrounded by natural beauty with native vegetation & foliage. Updates incl new roof, heat pump, newer vinyl windows, bamboo master flrs, & hrdwd entry. Enjoy the views & sounds of nature from the functional kitchen with eating counter. Home inspected & is move-in ready. Randy Taplin 360-779-5205.

Barber Cut-off Rd, Kingston Starting at $243,000 OPEN: Wednesday-Friday 2:30-4:30 and Sat & Sun 1-4

New homes within walking distance to town, ferries, marina and beaches. Tucked in the waterfront community of Kingston, Drew’s Glen offers Green Built, energy efficient plans, including the popular main floor master plan, to meet a variety of lifestyles and needs. Ask about the $10,000 buyer bonus. Visit Scott Anderson 360-536-2048/Lorna Muller 360-620-3842

Silverdale #267836 SUN 12-3. 4931 NW Discovery Ridge Court


Poulsbo #273412 SUN 1-4. 20000 Hoved Road


Beautifully kept 4 bedroom, 3 bath home on quiet cul-de-sac. Nicely landscaped backyard has a 10’ x 12’ garden shed with power & backs to greenbelt. Huge family room downstairs, opens to patio, perfect for entertaining! New appliances in spacious, open kitchen. Deb Becker-Williams 360-692-6102/360-731-6990.

Single floor living in excellent neighborhood! Updated & meticulously maintained; this rambler boasts granite counter tops w/an eat-in kitchen, formal living & dining rm, family rm w/ gas fireplace, newer carpet, paint & roof. Huge private patio & professional landscaping in an oversized backyard makes for perfect outdoor enjoyment. Near schools, Central Market and easy commuter lines. Terry Burns 360-779-5205.

Kingston #270473 Sun 1-4. 27422 Lindvog Road NE

OPEN HOUSES Central Kitsap #273267 Sun 1-4. 7901 Calumet Dr NW


Wonderfully spacious move-in ready rambler. Covered front porch, tiled entry, open concept hm includes granite counters, hrdwd flrs, river rock frplc, vaulted ceiling & skylights. Formal din & liv rms + lrg media rm & bonus rm! Over 3100 sq ft on shy 5 acres, very private. 2-car + detached shop, 3-car attached garage. Kim Poole 360-297-6420

Poulsbo #259608 SUN 1-3. 2669 Lillehammer


Considered by many to be one of the most tucked away, coveted locations in Poulsbo this home reflects an executive lifestyle w/ amazing open & flowing entertainment areas. Centre point focused on an accomplished just updated designer chic kitchen. A world of blue skies w/stunning Olympic Mtn views. Sought after sunny western exposure, high ceilings, HUGE bonus rm, 3-car garage, & expansive deck. Charlene Hopkins 360-779-5205.

Bremerton #153109 Sun 1-4. 2517 Phinney Bay Place


68’ of Olympic Mt. view waterfront facing the Bremerton Yacht Club. Well-maintained 3 bdrm/2.25 bth hm w/beautiful landscaping. Lrg deck w/retractable awning, tinted windows, 2 frplc’s & free-standing stove. Stairs to boathouse & dock w/power. Pat Miller 360-509-2385

Poulsbo #171183 SUN 1-4. 5330 NE See Forever Lane


Exceptional construction of a shingle-style estate on 8.5 acres. Enjoy views from Mt Rainier to the Cascades, w/Puget Sound & Seattle in between. Rolling acreage & manicured lawns frame this hm. Grand entry w/soaring 20’ ceilings over Mexican ebony floors. Step into the liv rm w/dramatic barrel ceiling & Palladian windows. Views from every rm & even from the 900 sf guest apt. A rare find just min to downtown Poulsbo & Bainbridge ferry. Monika Riedner 360-930-1077

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND OPEN HOUSES 132 Madrona Way NE #132 #255409


Sun 1-4. Spacious 2BR/2BA New England-style townhome. New paint colors, propane fireplace, ceramic tile, private garage and extra parking. Jan Johnson 206-371-8792

5445 Diamond Place NE #261239


Sun 1-4. Sunny, serene .87-acre on desirable cul-de-sac. New roof, paint and carpet make this terrific 4BR home move-in ready. Practical, open layout. 206-909-2042

Eagle Harbor #192037


Bill Point—View #249300


Baker Hill—Mountain View #197995


Immaculate 2300+ sq ft Craftsman in serene & private Eagle Harbor setting. 3BR/2.5BA, hdwds, 2-story entry, vaulted ceilings. On .45 acre, 5 minutes to town! Joe Richards 206-459-8223 New Price! Gracious 5BR home perfect for entertaining w/1000 sq ft of deck to enjoy views of Seattle, harbor & gardens. Community pool. Ty Evans 206-795-0202 Ellin Spenser 206-914-2305 Timeless design‌Rainier and Puget Sound views from this 4,000¹ sq ft home offering 3 bedrooms and 3.25 baths, a kitchen for multiple chefs and custom finishes throughout. Molly Neary & Joanie Ransom 206-920-9166

Seabold Waterfront #62075


Stunning western exposure land with 330 feet of waterfront. Two tax parcels totaling 3.56 acres includes modest rental. Home on 1.8 acres for $699,950. Vesna Somers 206-947-1597

NORT H K ITS A P Suquamish #238398


Miller Bay Waterfront #270290


Beautiful new construction. Contemporary green built home with 2 lot potential. Offering 1632 sq ft w/ 3BR/1.75BA, open floor plan, vaulted ceilings. Close to ferries. Diane Sugden 206-355-9179 Private, custom home w/flexible spaces‌4400+ sq ft main residence plus 2000 sq ft guest suite. 170 feet of waterfront on shy 2 acres (2 tax parcels). Jen Pells 206-718-4337, Carleen Gosney 206-909-2042,

CEN T R A L K ITS A P Bremerton #271099


CK 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home located in great community of Mosher Creek! This home boasts new carpet, new tiled floors and new laminate floors. The whole house interior sparkles with new paint, trim & clean spaces! The owner has had the crawl space sealed and covered for your peace of mind and tidiness. Bill Bailey 360-692-6102/206-271-3225.

Silverdale #271236


6135 NE Tolo Road #245926

Sun 1-4. Beautiful, near 1.5 acres w/gardens at the end of a quiet road. Open plan, vaulted ceiling, hdwd flrs, updated kit, master on main. Ellin Spenser 206-914-2305 Susan Grosten 206-780-7672


Immaculate home in CK school district. Home has many updated features, including built-in vacuum, vinyl siding, new appliances and air conditioning. Minutes to Silverdale and Navy Facilities. Nice sized lot with greenbelt in back. Karen Hansen 360-692-6102/360-620-1312.

10904 NE Bill Point Court


Bremerton #225492

Sun 1-4. View Eagle Harbor, Sound & Cascades from high atop Bill Point. Nicely renovated 3BR/2BA hm on .3 acre has 2,567 sq ft, lrg deck, comm pool & great views! Ellin Spenser 206-914-2305

9551 NE South Beach Dr #1A #264331


Sun 1-4. First time open! Custom Fairbank-built, 2000+ sq ft waterfront condo just steps to beach and Lynwood Center. Private patio and fabulous views. Ty Evans 206-795-0202

10760 NE Valley Road #271812


16364 Reitan Rd. NE #249705


Sun 1:30-4. Breathtaking Sound & Mtn views from this charming 1910 home, beautifully remodeled offering the comfort & luxury of a modern beach cottage. Vesna Somers 206-947-1597 Host Shannon Dierickx 206-799-0888

Sun. 1-3. Private 1.34 acre waterfront estate with 100’ of beautiful sandy low bank waterfront! 4 bdrm., 2.5 bath, 3686 SF home boasts beautiful Fir floors & wood work, spacious living area & formal dining, private master suite w/ bath & sitting rm. You’ll love the 6 car covered parking plus ADU. Megan O’Dell 360-551-9107

9325 NE South Beach Drive #220965


Sun 1-4. Extraordinary waterfront with Mountain views! Fairbankbuilt with fabulous kitchen, main floor master and 2 private offices. Ty Evans 206-795-0202 Host Julie Miller 206-949-9655


Just a mile to the ferry & nestled on an acre is an inviting 3 bdrm, 2.5 bth hm boasting light & bright living spaces, hrdwd floors, custom bookcases, French doors, a gas-log fireplace & lrg pantry. Upper level includes a generous master w/ 5 piece ba, family room & 2 more bdrms. The level landscape offers room for gardens, RV’s, boats & more. Lorna & Dave Muller 360-620-3842


5382 NE Fletcher Landing #274282


Sun 1-4. Just Listed! Beautifully remodeled and fully modernized mid-century waterfront home with fantastic water and Olympic Mountain views plus brand new 60-foot dock. Vesna Somers 206-947-1597


Immaculate 3000 SF, 3 bdrm, 3.5 bth home in the heart of Central Kitsap. Huge upstairs bonus rm could be 4th bdrm or media/ craft rm. Main floor has bright, open floor plan. Finished daylight basement could be gym or man-cave. Tons of storage in 2-car garage. Kristina Lester-Togia 350-536-5275.

Silverdale #82642


Absolutely gorgeous craftsman style hm situated on 4.53 acres in a private 4-home community. This home offers a covered front porch which enters a grand foyer area leading to the den/office formal dining room and open upgraded kitchen. Ted Abernathy 360-692-6102/360-509-0627.


BR E M ERTON Oyster Bay #245717


Fantastic Oyster Bay & Olympic Mtn views from spacious 3-bdrm end-unit, at Southridge Condos! Newer kitchen appliances, gas frpl insert. Balcony with storage closet, 2nd balcony off of MBR has water views too! Close to shopping, bus, restaurants & freeway access. Two parking spaces & additional storage. Amy Allen 360-620-0499.

SOU T H K ITS A P South Kitsap #231090


Port Orchard #253595


Port Orchard #191932


South Colby #226919


South Kitsap #270452


Great location and a great home! Big bright kitchen with lots of cabinets and plenty of room for a nice size dining table. Plenty of room for large summer parties and a garage/shop! Hurry, this won’t last long. Joan Taie 360-876-9600 4 bedroom/2.5 bath home with beautiful yard; new ceramic tile, refreshed countertops, move-in ready! KJ Lange 360-692-6102/360-649-5413. Looking for a fantastic 1 story with its own 2.3 acre enchanted forest with lush landscaping and amazing waterfall with picnic area. Home has had a major addition. This is a must see! Dana Soyat 360-876-9600 Located on a quiet dead end country lane with beautiful views of the Sound, Ferries & the Islands, you will find this wonderful home on a very large .89 acre level lot. 3 bdrm, 2.75 bath and nearly 2200 sq ft. Dana Soyat 360-876-9600 Custom home on approximate 2.5 acres with approved standalone dwelling. Located minutes from Southworth Ferry and Hwy 16 for an easy commute. Hardwood floors, new carpeting, large deck and more! Mike Rochon 360-876-9600

COM M ERCI A L Bremerton #272686


Single story office/retail building built in 2008 in near new condition w/4,322 sq.ft. & ample Off-street parking. Reception area, 5 large private offices, 2 baths, shower room, kitchen & Conference room. Mark Danielsen 360-692-6102/360-509-1299.

LOTS & L A ND Illahee #228488


Port Orchard #239690


South Kitsap #233767


Tracyton #208384


2 lots in East Bremerton with expired septic design. Large level building lot with the septic designed on the other. Newer home on the lot next door. This is a great opportunity. Leann Knight 360-876-9600 NEW home building opportunity at Southworth Ferry! Ready-tobuild lot with views of Puget Sound, Blake and Vashon Islands, West Seattle‌even the Space Needle! 5 minute walk to the Southworth Ferry (goes to Vashon, West Seattle, Downtown). 1500’ of private, deeded, community beachfront. Build your dream home! Jay Robertson 360-779-5205. Bring your house plans, dreams & imaginations to this 4.9 acres. Minter Creek runs through the back half. Partially treed and ready to build on. Possibility of purchasing 4.9 acres next door. Kelli Johnson 360-876-9600

Illahee #227885

Waterfront lot in Central Kitsap. Wonderful opportunity to build your dream home. Partially cleared & ready for your imagination. Leann Knight 360-876-9600


Stunning unobstructed views of Phinney Bay and Olympics from this ready-to-build lot in very upscale Tracyton neighborhood. Perfect for daylight rambler with views from both floors. All utilities on property. Seller financing available. Rod Blackburn 360-509-7042.

Gig Harbor #127262


Suquamish #217618


Gig Harbor #188424


Bremerton #85776


Beautiful western exposure NW contemporary hm is adorned by 116 ft of bulkhead low-bank WFT & stunning Henderson Bay views! A useful boathouse w/water & power, kayak lift, fire pit & over 2400 sq. ft. of deck. Jennifer Kilkenny 360-692-6102/360-434-3106. Waterfront Perfection! 2-story, 3 bedroom/4 bath, 4917 SF custom home on 120 ft of no-bank waterfront. Ascend custom staircase to rec/media/exercise rooms, MBR on main and up, great room leads to covered patio with outdoor kitchen and seating. Boat ramp to launch your own boat, pool with cabana + oversized 4-car garage and guest apartment. Penny Jones 360-265-9140.

Three all-day-sun lots on the corner of Center & Augusta in the middle of downtown Suquamish. Level & ready for your plans to build in the heart of Suquamish. Close to everything with an easy commute to Kingston or Bainbridge ferries. Recent improvements include curbing & sidewalks. Tim Thompson 360-779-5205 140 feet of low-bank waterfront with super views of Rich Passage and Mt. Rainier! Great 2+ acre lot in established neighborhood includes 2 tax parcels. 3-bedroom septic drain field installed & water hook-up is available. Rocky beach great for water-based activities. Art Conrad 360-620-3300.

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19611 2nd Ave NE, Poulsbo

SAT 1-4


26016 NW Circle St, Poulsbo

SAT 1-4

Opportunity Knocks! Immaculate in downtown Pouslbo. Super location, walk to restuarants, shops & waterfront. This 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath townhouse features all kitchen applicances ready to go. Fully fenced front & back yard + single car garage. Enjoy this private oasis. All this at a great price. Come see for yourself! $58 HOA fee pays for roof & exterior maintenance. MLS 265173. Mike & Sandi Nelson, 360-265-2777 Free tattoo w/purchase! Very sharp 3-bdrm hm in one of Poulsbo’s best neighborhoods. Featuring a completely fenced front & backyard w/lots of space for gardens or play things. Nice deck off dining rm. New gas insert in the living rm. Downstairs a cute guest bath, upstairs a full bath & 3/4 bath. Extra-large 2-car garage. Community beach w/gazebo, tennis courts & playgrounds. Close to elementary school. Close to Hwy 3 but on a quiet street. Don’t miss this one! MLS 268034 Mike & Sandi Nelson, mike@ 360-265-2777

From $243,000 25899 Barber Cutoff Rd, Kingston W-F 2:30-4:30 & Sat/Sun 1-4

New homes within walking distance to town, ferries, marina and beaches. The Kokanee plan features a main floor master suite at a fantastic price of $243,000 AND, the seller is offering a $10,000 buyer’s credit. A menu of selections and upgrades, as well as additional plans, allow for customization. Visit our model and ask about the $10,000 buyer bonus.

From $265,000 1747 Bungalow Way NE, Poulsbo SAT & SUN 1-4

PRICES REDUCED! SELLER WILL PAY ALL CLOSING COSTS! Snowberry Bungalows presents Built GreenÂŽ energy smart homes designed to simplify your life. Grounds maintained by HOA & 1.5 acres of community open space overlooking the Olympic Mtns offers courtyard living at its finest! Master on main, huge covered porches, natural gas fireplaces, Energy Star appliances, gorgeous finishes, 2-10 Homebuyers Warranty.3 homes move-in ready. WWW.SNOWBERRYBUNGALOWS.COM. Coldwell Banker McKenzie / SHERRI SNYDER 206-842-9236.


31255 Sunrise Beach DR NE, Kingston

SUN 1-3

Just the right touch - classy yet down home & comfy! You will love the welcoming front door that speaks beach home. The living room has a pretty brick fireplace & large picture windows to take in the awesome view of the Puget Sound shipping lanes & the beautiful Cascades. The kitchen has Corian countertops & a great center Island prep area. Downstairs is the surprise besides a family room and an office, there is a full dark media room. 2-car garage + boat/RV bay. Close to Eglon boat launch. MLS: 223513 Jan Zufelt, 360-620-2383 Janz@Johnlscott.Com


11506 Skyward Loop, Kingston

SUN 1-4

BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN VIEWS! Sophisticated rambler 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath just above downtown Kingston with views of Puget Sound and the Cascades; 3/4 mile to the ferry, open floor plan with 9’ ceilings, solid hemlock doors, recessed lighting, spacious deck & manicured grounds. Offered at $379,000. MLS #215733 Paul Holzman REMAX


12647 Plateau Circle NW, Silverdale

SUN 1-4

Shut the front door! You’ve found your home. Well-kept turnkey home in one of Silverdale’s best neighborhoods. Enter to soaring ceilings in a grand living rm, formal dining rm & flowing family rm that adjoins a lrg kitchen. French doors lead to a private deck & low maintenance yard. Office, den on main floors. 3 bedrooms including a grand master suite w/soaking tub. Add a 3-car garage & you’ve got it all! Close to schools & shopping. Lock the door before someone else finds this place! MLS 268905 Mike & Sandi Nelson 360-265-2777


12277 Seabeck Hwy, Seabeck

Sun 1-4

Beautiful view home! 3320 sq. ft., custom cherry wood cabinets, heated spa tub, re-circulating hot water, remote controlled blinds and fireplace, 3 view decks, 3 car garage. 15 minutes to Silverdale stores. $585,000, MLS #251706 Patti Shannon, High Point Realty Group Hosted by Nick Green.

BREMERTON $239,500

3351 Garland Lane, Bremerton SAT & SUN 12 - 3

PRICE REDUCED. 1 of 3 Upscale Homes In Gibbs Meadow! Spacious 3 BD/2 BA, 1452 sf rambler has Hardi siding, 30-year roof, Low E windows, SS appls & gas furnace & water heater. Wood floors & granite tile countertops in kitchen. Chic 10-lite French doors open up to the den. Lg lot, permeable paving & rain gardens, top off this great buy! Come & take a look at all the beautiful homes for sale. DD: From Wheaton Way, turn West onto Sylvan Way, past Pine Rd & Rickey Rd. Turn L on Garland Lane. Go about one block to new homes on R. MLS #215867. Hosted by: Bob & Carolee Vergeer Silverdale Realty. 360-2719731/ 360-271-9732


3367 Garland Lane, Bremerton

SAT & SUN 12-3

PRICE REDUCED. 1 of 2 high quality Ramblers just finished! Upscale 3bd/2ba, 1450 sf rambler is custom designed to be a warm & cozy family home. It has an open & airy floor plan that is convenient, as well as versatile. Enjoy the energy efficient gas furnace, gas water heater, extra insulation, permeable paving & more. DD: From Hwy 303 turn west onto Sylvan Way, past Pine Road & Rickey Road. Turn left onto Garland Lane to new homes. MLS# 215866. Hosted by: Carolee & Bob Vergeer, Silverdale Realty, 360-271-9732/ 360-271-9731


3337 Garland Lane Bremerton


PRICE REDUCED. Amazing 2-Story In new Gibbs Meadow! The first of 6 exciting custom designed homes in a small neighborhood setting, high on a ridge overlooking the city & beautiful marine waterways. This unique home features an open, spacious floor plan + separate family rm, all on the 1st floor w/ spacious view decks for your summer enjoyment. This is a “BUILT GREEN� community. High efficiency appls, extra insulation, permeable paving, rain gardens for storm water & LG lots for privacy. DD: From Hwy 303 turn West onto Sylvan Way, past Pine Rd & Rickey Rd. Turn left onto Garland Lane to new homes. MLS# 215809. Hosted by: Carolee & Bob Vergeer, Silverdale Realty, 360-271-9732/ 360-271-9731


214 Grow Ave., BI

SUN 1-4

Sunny, delightful, well maintained, 2 bdrm/1.75 bath Townhome w/gas frplc. Located within easy access to downtown and ferry. Reasonable HOA dues with large yard & south-facing patio. Second bedroom on main floor. Mike Ballou 206-715-9980


132 Madrona Way NE #132, BI

SUN 1-4

Spacious 2BR/2BA New England-style townhome. New paint colors, propane fireplace, ceramic tile, private garage & extra parking. #255409. Jan Johnson 206-371-8792. Windermere Real Estate/BI, Inc.


10245 NE Casey St, Bainbridge

SUN 1-4

This Home is a version of the historic Salt Box. Urban loft style design inside with open loft floor plan to use your own unique furniture and creative muses for storage and design. Natural surroundings outside. The yard was left in mostly it’s natural state to invite the owls, woodpecker and the deer. This is great country living with conveniences to services , transportation, schools and the city and the greater Kitsap area. MLS # 16500 24 hour information simply dial 1-800-504-0090x5080. Penny Mclaughlin 206.842.9966 or 360.697.9966


11612 Sunrise Drive, BI



10904 NE Bill Point Ct, BI

SUN 1-4


9551 NE South Beach Dr #1A, BI

SUN 1-4


10760 NE Valley Road, BI


1029 Cherry Avenue NE, BI

SUN 2-4


694 Tiffany Meadows, BI

SUN 2-4


9322 Ferncliff Ave NE, BI



10487 Sunrise Bluff, BI


15123 Anna Vera Lane NE, BI

SUN 1-4

Rolling Bay waterfront with city lights. Walk out level unfinished. Furniture available at low cost. Large rooms, tall ceilings. Low maintenance yard. See forever views of Seattle and shipping lanes, yet enjoy traffic-less tranquility. MLS# 29133700 24 hour information simply dial 1-800-504-0090x4060. Penny Mclaughlin 206.842.9966 or 360.697.9966 View Eagle Harbor, Sound & Cascades from high atop Bill Point. Nicely renovated 3BR/2BA home on .3-acre has 2,567 sq ft, large deck, community pool & great views! Ellin Spenser 206-914-2305. Windermere Real Estate/BI, Inc. First time open! Custom Fairbank-built, 2000+ sq ft waterfront condo just steps to beach & Lynwood Center. Private patio and fabulous views. #264331. Ty Evans 206-795-0202. Windermere Real Estate/BI, Inc.

SUN 1:30-4

Breathtaking Sound and Mtn views from this charming 1910 home, beautifully remodeled offering the comfort and luxury of a modern beach cottage. #271812. Vesna Somers/Host Shannon Dierickx 206-799-0888. Windermere Real Estate/BI, Inc. Convenient in-town location & minutes to the ferry! Light interior captures the essence of this well crafted home. Enjoy entertaining on your deck surrounded by gardens that open to a peaceful golf course setting. DD: From ferry turn R on Winslow Way to Ferncliff, L on Ferncliff to R to Wing Point Way L to Cherry Ave home on L. Hosted by Kim Mc Laughlin–Johansson CLARK Real Estate 206-842-7601 Wing Point Golfing Community. Tiffany Meadows home adj to Golf Course on quiet lane. Beautifully crafted, private courtyard entry; tall ceilings, formal dining rm & Great Room opening to grand covered veranda. Large kitchen with tons of storage. MLS 245995. Coldwell Banker McKenzie / GEORG SYVERTSEN 206-780-6153.


9976 NE Lafayette, BI

SUN 2-4


11558 Olympic Terrace Ave, BI

SUN 2-5


5445 Diamond Place NE, BI

SUN 1-4

Sunny, serene .87-acre on desirable cul-de-sac. New roof, paint & carpet make this terrific 4BR home move-in ready. Practical, open layout. #261239. Carleen Gosney 206-909-2042, Windermere Real Estate/BI, Inc.

Luxury Port Madison WFT w/new deep dock. Quality built by Mueller Construction in 2005, amenities include cherry, slate & travertine floors, chef’s kitchen, SS appl’s & more. DD: Hwy 305 to West Port Madison Rd, R on Skogen to Anna Vera, to end home. Tim Wilkins 206-380-7345.


6135 NE Tolo Road, BI

SUN 1-4


3780 Point White Drive, BI

SUN 2-4


2363 Robertson Ave, BI

SUN 1-4


9325 NE South Beach Drive, BI

SUN 1-4


2136 Douglas Dr NE, BI

SUN 1-4


9609 NE Watch Hill Rd, BI

Sun 1-4


10801 Olallie Lane NE., BI

SAT 1-4


5382 NE Fletcher Landing, BI

SUN 1-4

Remodel and get new waterfront home; all hard work done! Seller’s ‘spec ready’ plans for your choice of build out of 2,499 s/f with YOUR FINISHES. Property showcases gorgeous view over Sand Spit, Puget Sound and the Cascades. Plans for dock in permit process. THE best crabbing and kayaking right out your front door! MLS 231095. Coldwell Banker McKenzie / Wendy Burroughs 206.399.4488. Well maintained home set on 1.24 acres w/tranquil park-like setting, mature gardens, seasonal creek & abundance of wildlife. Living/dining area has hrdwd floors, stone fireplace & french doors. Kitchen has brand new SS appliances, ceramic tile counters. 5-pc master bath & office connected w/sliding door that could be used as a 4th bdrm. Peter Ahrnes, 206-780-6040, RE/MAX Unlimited, MLS# 262202

Beautiful, near 1.5 acres w/gardens at the end of a quiet road. Open plan, vaulted ceiling, hdwd flrs, updated kit, master on main. #245926. Ellin Spenser 206-914-2305Susan Grosten 206-780-7672. Windermere Real Estate/BI, Inc. Gorgeous home with a beautiful private setting only a 2 minute walk to Fort Ward State Park & only a 7 minute walk to beach! DD: Blakely to Country Club Rd., turn R at Fort Ward Hill, L in Soundview &R on Robertson. Darci Bidman 206-851-7182 HOST: Don Rooks 206-948-9483 If you are looking for a custom home and $560,000 is in your budget, don’t consider buying until you’ve seen this home. Nestled in the south end neighborhood of Ft Ward, on a bright and sunny lot. Freshly painted inside & out, new trex deck and many brand new oversized windows add value to your investment: minutes to beach and Blakely, adding value to your life! Eileen Black 206-696-1540


9823 NE Bolero Dr., BI

Sun 1-4

WELCOME HOME! NOW COMPLETED. Extraordinary value on Bainbridge Island. Don’t miss out on this NEW Home. DD: South on Blakely Ave, right on Country Club Rd., right on Fort Ward Hill Rd, left on Bolero Drive. Watch for bus shelter on left. “The Summit at Blakely Harbor� Hosted by Marleen Martinez of Johansson CLARK Real Estate 206 842- 7601.


2910 Yankee Girl Circle, BI

Sun 1-4

NEW HOME under construction, anticipated completion October 15, 2011. Privately situated, surrounded by open space - Main floor Master, great floor plan! Don’t miss this great value! DD: South on Blakely Ave, right on Country Club Road, right on Fort Ward Hill Road, Left on Bolero Drive. Watch for bus shelter on left. “The Summit at Blakely Harbor� Hosted by Marleen Martinez of Johansson CLARK Real Estate 206 842-7601.

Discover classic comfort, classic style in this superbly-kept 2-bdrm, 3-bath, cityview residence sited on waterfront property with 1.60 acres. Remarkable home enhanced by flowery fruit trees, an entry courtyard, plus a patio & a private drive. MLS# 264898. 24-hour information simply dial 1-800-504-0090x4090. Penny Mclaughlin 206.842.9966 or 360.697.9966

SUN 12-5

Magnificent sunrises over the water paint a new picture each morning from this classic 3-bedroom mid-century rambler. Perched on 1 acre, home is spectacularly set on 200 ft of high bank waterfront with sweeping views from Mt. Baker to Mt. Rainier, Seattle, the Cascades and the Sound. DD: From 305 /Day Rd East. L Sunrise Drive. R Sunrise Bluff. Eileen Black 206-696-1540 HOST: Kimberly Malzahn

Stunning Mt. Rainier & Puget Sound views captured throughout stately home on 100’ no/low bank sandy WFT. Luxury main floor master suite; gourmet kit, living & dining rms & 2 upstairs BR’s–w/full BA’s. Den could be 4th BR. Dramatic Transoms allow for lots of sunlight in newly built garden atrium/foyer. Spring-fed creek meanders thru prof landscaped gardens to wft pond. Cafe, store, bakery & movies nearby! MLS 234523. Coldwell Banker McKenzie / ARTHUR MORTELL 206-780-6149. Extraordinary waterfront with Mountain views! Fairbank-built with fabulous kitchen, main floor master & 2 private offices. #220965. Ty Evans 206-7950202 Host Julie Miller 206-949-9655. Windermere Real Estate/BI, Inc. Spectacular view home on 2 ac view lot. Open living area w/vaulted ceiling, clerestory windows, French doors to deck & patio. DD: W on Wyatt to Bucklin Hill which turns into Blakely Ave. R on Country Club Rd R on Fort Ward Hill L onto Watch Hill Rd MLS#179398 Osa Bogren/Bainbridge Homes 206-276-0282 SECLUSION: Timeless grace pervade every corner of this 5,000 + sq. ft. mid-century Bainbridge waterfront nestled on close to 4 acres. PRIVACY: Set on private 269 ft. beach with spectacular views of Olympics, the sound and year round lagoon. DD: From ferry, Highway 305 N, W High School, Right Fletcher Bay which turns into Miller. Left Battle Point, Left Skinner which turns into Olalllie. Last home on Olallie. Eileen Black 206-696-1540. Just Listed! Beautifully remodeled and fully modernized mid-century waterfront home w/fantastic water & Olympic Mountain views plus brand new 60-ft. dock. Vesna Somers 206-947-1597. Windermere Real Estate/BI, Inc.

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Weds - Fri 2:30 - 4:30 and Sat - Sun 1 - 4

Drew’s Glen New homes within walking distance to town, ferries, marina and beaches. The Kokanee plan features a main floor master suite at a fantastic price of $243,000 AND, the seller is offering a $10,000 buyer’s credit. A menu of selections and upgrades, as well as additional plans, allow for customization.

Visit our model and ask about the $10,000 buyer bonus.


OPEN HOUSE Sundy 1 - 4

Fort Ward Area Home If you are looking for a custom home and $560,000 is in your budget, don’t consider buying until you’ve seen this home. Nestled in the south end neighborhood of Fort Ward, on a bright and sunny lot, this 3500 sqft home offers island living with all the extras, including home office, bonus room, 9 ft. ceilings and cozy master suite! Freshly painted inside and out, new Trex deck and many brand new oversized windows add value to your investment: minutes to beach and Blakely, adding value to your life!

Driving Directions: In Kingston Hwy 104 to Barber Cutoff.

Lorna Muller


Scott Anderson


Location 25899 Barber Cutoff Road Prices Starting at $243,000 Features Covered, exposed aggregate

porches, gas-log fireplaces, hardwood flooring & decorating coloring


OPEN HOUSE Sunday 1 - 3

Kingston Beach Home

Eileen Black

206-696-1540 John L. Scott Real Estate MLS# 271757

Location 2136 Douglas Drive NE Price $560,000 Features .25-Acre Lot, 3,491 SF, 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths


Just the right touch – classy yet down home & comfy! You will love the welcoming front door that speaks beach home. The living room has a pretty brick fireplace & large picture windows to take in the awesome view of the Puget Sound shipping lanes & the beautiful Cascades. The kitchen has Corian countertops & a great center Island prep area. Downstairs is the surprise besides a family rm & an office, there is a full dark media room. 2 car garage + boat/RV bay. Close to Eglon boat launch.

Welcome Home! Now completed. Extraordinary value on Bainbridge Island. Come see this wonderful NEW home in a charming neighborhood of newer homes. Landscaped 3 bdms, 2.5 bths, a very cool COVERED outdoor living space for barbecuing and enjoying nature. A huge 3-car garage, with approx. 400 sq. ft. of unfinished bonus room over garage to make your very own. Ten year home warranty and Built Green. A sunny disposition included. Did I say - NEW CONSTRUCTION.

Jan Zufelt

Marleen Martinez

CRS, GRI, ABR, ASP 360-620-2383 Janz@Johnlscott.Com

Location 31255 Sunrise Beach DR NE Price $309,500 Features 3BD/1.5BA, mountain & water

MLS# 223513

view, RV/boat parking

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND Quiet and Tranquil

OPEN HOUSE Sunday 2 - 5

This well maintained 3 bedroom, 2 car garage home is set on 1.24 acres with a tranquil park like setting, mature gardens, a seasonal creek with an abundance of wildlife. The living/ dining area has vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, stone fireplace and French doors that open on to a private 614 sq ft deck. The kitchen has brand new SS appliances, ceramic tile counters and is open to the family room with a wood burning stove. The master has a 5-piece bath and an office connected with a sliding door that could be used as a 4th bedroom.

Peter Ahrnes

(206) 780-6040 RE/MAX Unlimited MLS# 262202

Location 11558 Olympic Terrace Ave NE Price $449,000 Features 1.24 Acres, Mature Gardens,

Private Deck, New SS Appliances, Ceramic Tile Counters, Open Family Room

Johansson CLARK Real Estate 206-842-7601 NWMLS# 205865


OPEN HOUSE Sunday 1 - 4

Location 9823 NE Bolero Drive Price $574,950 Features 3 bdrms/2.5 bths, .47 acre, 2247 SF, Unfinished bonus room, Covered Porch

OPEN HOUSE Sunday 1 - 4

Shut the front door! You’ve found your home. Well-kept turnkey home in one of Silverdale’s best neighborhoods. Enter to soaring ceilings in a grand living room, formal dining room & flowing family room that adjoins a large kitchen. French doors lead to a private deck & low maintenance yard. Office.den on main floors. 3 bedrooms including a grand master suite w/soaking tub. Add a 3 car garage & you’ve got it all! Close to schools & shopping. Lock the door before someone else finds this place!

Mike & Sandi Nelson Coldwell Banker Danforth 360-265-2777

MLS #268905

Location 12647 Plateau Circle NW Price $339,000 Features 3 BD/ 2.5 BA, vaulted ceilings,

2716 sqft, 3 car garage

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FSBO. 1149 Sherman A v e . , Po r t O r c h a r d . $189,000. 10% down. Owner will carry contract at 4% interest. 5 bedrooms + bonus, 2 newly remodeled full baths, spacious kitchen, large open living room, new roof installed 2009, new septic, professionally installed 2010, new furnace installed 2006. Fully fenced, out building and fruit trees. Will not last! (360)769-7181

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$249,000. ARE You Out Of Your Mind!!! 2 Story, 2840 SF. Top to bottom remodel, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths and office. Private 1/2 acre, covered RV parking. Exquisite landscaping with wrap around decks. 1 mile to Belfair, close to school, only 30 minutes to Ferries. Come experience the recreation of the Hood Canal. Let your pet check it out. 1 year warranty. Contact Toby at (360) 265-4222. BELFAIR

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CENTRAL KITSAP OPEN HOUSE–SILVERDALE $349,000 SAT/SUN 1-4. 7888 Crystal Manor DD: Newberry Hill, pass flashing light, L/Crystal Manor. Fabulous CK 4bd/2.5ba hm, updated kitch, brazilian cherry flrs, wtr feature, fire pit. Wendy & Gary Chaney 360-621-9317 or 360-621-9316 View at

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND OPEN HOUSE–BAINBRIDGE $560,000 SUN 1-4. 2136 Douglas Dr. NE. Home offers island living w/all the extras: home office, bonus rm, 9 ft. ceilings, fresh paint, new Trex deck. Minutes to beach. Eileen Black 206-780-3320 View at OPEN HOUSE–BAINBRIDGE $1,900,000 SAT 1-4. 10801 Olallie Lane NE Timeless grace pervades every corner of this midcentury Bainbridge waterfront nestled on close to 4 acres. Set on private 269 ft. beach. Eileen Black 206-780-3320 View at


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OPEN HOUSE–BREMERTON $87,000 SUN 1-4. 1003 NE Saturn Ln. Central Vly Rd between McWilliams & Fairgrounds. 3bd, 2ba, hrdwd flrs, free standing wood-burning stove, fabulous, like-new condition in 55+. Phyllis Hoepfner 360-698-8157 View at

BREMERTON $175,000 WFT property on Narrows & looking at beautiful Phinney Bay! Spectacular low bank beach + 2.22 acres w/garage already on site. Build a home for life! Shari Weber 360-876-7600 View at


JOHN L. SCOTT KITSAP COUNTY OFFICE LOCATIONS Bainbridge Island | Vicki Browning, Managing Broker............. (206) 842-5636 Kingston | Tom Heckly, Managing Broker.......................................... (360) 297-7500 Port Orchard | Jacqui Curtiss, Managing Broker .......................... (360) 876-7600 Poulsbo | Frank Wilson, Managing Broker ........................................ (360) 779-7555 Silverdale | Lee Avery, Managing Broker ............................... (360) 692-9777 John L. Scott Real Estate has 122 offices, some offices are independently owned and operated.

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PAGE 8, Real Estate Now/Kitsap Classifieds, Friday, September 16, 2011 Apartments for Rent Kitsap County BAINBRIDGE ISLAND

2 B E D RO O M i n W i n slow. New carpeting, no s t a i r s. Wa t e r, s ew e r, garbage included. No s m o k i n g / p e t s. 1 ye a r lease. $975, first, last, deposit. Credit check. Call Gil, (206)842-5608 Bayview Apartments in Bremerton. 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom apartments. Prices start at $675 per month. Located up the road from Lions Field. On bus line, close to hospital, shopping & schools. Call: 360-373-9014. Open 7 days, 9am-5pm 100 Sheridan Ave. Bremerton, WA.

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Ta x P a r c e l N o . : 022301-4-035-2007 Common address: 4612 Bethel Road Southeast, Por t Orchard, WA 98366 The sale of the above described property is to take place: Time: 10:00 am Date: Friday, October 7, 2011 Place: M a i n E n trance, Kitsap County Courthouse 614 Division Street, Port Orchard, WA The judgment debtor can avoid the sale by paying the judgment a m o u n t o f $512,759.61, together with interest, costs and fees, before the sale date. For the exact amount, contact the Sheriff at the address stated below: S T E V E B OY E R , SHERIFF Attorney for Plaintiff: Gary Krohn, Attorney at Law Nor thgate Executive Center II 9725 Third Ave. N.E., Suite 600 S e a t t l e , W A 98115-2060 (206) 525-1925 By: Katherine Collings - Lieutenant, Support Services Section Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office 614 Division Street Po r t O r c h a r d , WA 98366-4688 Phone: 360-337-7104 Date of first publication: 08/26/11 Date of last publication: 09/16/11 (PW519482)

NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Randall & Anna Curnutt who is the owner of the below-described property, has filed an application for a Substantial Development Permit for the development of 4 x 150’ pier with electric boat lift located at 11177 SE Bean Rd, Port Orchard, WA 98366 within (quarter section) of Section 01 of Township 23N North, Range 2E, W.M., in Port Orchard, Kitsap County, Washington. Said development is proposed to be within Puget Sound and/or its associated wetlands. Any person desiring to express his/her views or to be notified of the action taken on this application should notify Kitsap County Department of Community Development in writing of his/her interest within thirty (30) days of the final date of publication of this notice, which is September 23, 2011. Written comments must be received by October 23, 2011. Date of first publication: 09/16/11 Date of last publication: 09/23/11 (PW526368)

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Nursing Program Specialist (K-12 Schools) For Details & App: or 360-479-0993 EOE & ADA

Port Madison Enterprises

Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort has a sparkling career opportunity awaiting you!

Housekeeping Supervisor Effective supervision of Room Attendants ensuring an exceptional standard of cleanliness is achieved. Assists Housekeeping Manager in assigning duties & coordination of laundry cleaning. Performs all room attendant duties as needed based on staffing & occupancy levels. Interacts with all guests in a positive â&#x20AC;&#x153;Can Doâ&#x20AC;? manner while maintaining highest level of professionalism. High School diploma/GED desired. Minimum of 1 yr. proven supervisory experience, preferably in a hospitality environment. Port Madison Enterprises offers an excellent benefits package for FT employees. Visit to download an application. 3FDSVJUFSr+PCMJOF DFWP, PME expressly promotes Tribal Preference

Must be a Washington-certified nursing assistant. Long-term care experience is preferred. Full Time positions available.

RESTORATIVE CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT Must have one year experience as a Washingtoncertified nursing assistant. Restorative training is required. Should be a self-motivated individual. If you share a heartfelt approach to providing superior care to our community and are committed to excellence, stop in for a visit and meet our dynamic team! 2031 Pottery Avenue Port Orchard WA 98366 Phone: 360-876-8035 Fax: 360-895-0975


Must be a Washington-licensed nurse. Long-term care experience is preferred. Full Time opportunity. We understand that you want to succeed not only as a person, but as a professional. This is why we are excited to offer many professional growth opportunities for you to advance your career. Benefits include: tNFEJDBM EFOUBMBOEWJTJPODPWFSBHF t L XJUIDPNQBOZNBUDI tQBJEUJNFPGG

If you share a heartfelt approach to providing superior care to our community and are committed to excellence, stop in for a visit and meet our dynamic team!

2031 Pottery Avenue Port Orchard WA 98366 Phone: 360-876-8035 Fax: 360-895-0975

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Jewelry & Fur


OVER $300 WORTH OF Christmas wrapping items (425+), all new, never opened. Items: W r a p p i n g p a p e r, g i f t bags, ribbon, tags, wireedged ribbon, bows, gift boxes, tissue, etc. $100.00 cash, pictures available, 360-479-1307.

I B U Y G O L D, S i l ve r, D i a m o n d s, W r i s t a n d Pocket Watches, Gold and Silver Coins, Silverware, Gold and Platinum Antique Jewelry. Call Mic h a e l A n t h o ny â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a t (206)254-2575

SAWMILLS from only $3997 -- Make Money & Save Money with your own bandmill -- Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free Info & DVD: www.Norw o o d S a w 1-800578-1363 Ext. 300N

Plant Stand, Oak, 38â&#x20AC;? tall, 12â&#x20AC;? across top, $20. Pressure Cooker, antique, needs seal, $10. 360-479-5561.

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Yard and Garden Miscellaneous

RAIN Gutters, white p l a s t i c . 5 0 fe e t w i t h downspouts and attachments. Clean. $40. Mini exe r c i s e t r a m p o l i n e , $15. (360)830-5979 ROOM AIR Conditioner, 115 bolt, like new. $40. 360-613-5034

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FREE Childs swing set with slide. 10 years old. U-haul. 360-871-8237, Port Orchard FREE: Motorhome/ RV toilet. Works like new. Sanitized. Port Orchard (360)874-7574

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Office Hours 8:00am - 5:00pm Monday - Friday

Sept 17th, 10am-4pm Kitsap County Fairgrounds Presidentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hall 1200 NW Fairgrounds Road, Bremerton, WA 98311 Info: 360-874-1160

FREE RECLINER, good Sporting Goods condition. Poulsbo, 360779-2773 L E C T R O N I C C A D DY F R E E T h e r m o p a n e Batter y Powered Pull Glass(without frame) ap- Car t. $200. (206)842p r o x . s i z e s 7 â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 2 . 5 â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 3024 or email: 5.5â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x2.5â&#x20AC;&#x2122;. 360-377-9312

Tack, Feed & Supplies


with or without titles Locally Owned

GREAT DANE Puppies, AKC. Males/ females. Every color but Fawns. Two litters of blues fathered by Tiber ious. $500 & up, health guarantee. Licensed since 2002. Dreyersdanes is Oregon stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest breeder of Great Danes. Also selling Standard Poodles Visit: Call 503-556-4190

AKC DOBERMAN Pincher Puppies bor n July 29th, available September 23rd, 1 male and 2 females. We own both parents.The babies and parents are black and rust in color. I have pictures of the parents and babies I can email . There is also videos I c a n d i r e c t yo u t o o n Youtube. Tails docked and dewclaws removed. $600 each. Does not include ear cropping if you so desire . Call 360-675-1095

LOOK 4 ORANGE 30MOJ SIGNS!!! Garage/Moving Sales Kitsap County Bainbridge Island

LOTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S-O-GOOD-STUFF yard sale! Pennsylvania Woodworks china hutch, desks, spor ting equipment, clothing, quality books, some vintage, Miele vacuum, boys Raleigh mtn. bike and more! Please par k at base of driveway. Saturd ay 9 / 1 7 9 a m - 3 p m . Rain or Shine 6509 NE Monte Vista Drive Bremerton

3 FAMILY SALE! House hold and misc. Utility trailer, 10ft bolt motor and trailer, tools. Friday 16th, 9am-4pm & Saturday 17th, 9am-1pm. 3525 Petersville Rd. Bremerton

Home Services Hauling & Cleanup

Home Services Landscape Services

MESSERSMITH WOODWORKS Furniture repair, stripping, refinishing, veneering, chair caning, much more. If you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t find it, we can make it! Phone: 360-394-6280


Andyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Landscaping & Excavation

Junk, Appliances, yard debris, etc. Serving Kitsap Co. since 1997

FREE ESTIMATES Fencing, pressure washing, plants, bark, retaining walls, pathways, etc.

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CALL 360-337-9669 Friendly & Prompt! Lic# ANDYSLE893JA, Bonded & ins.

COUNTRYSIDE LANDSCAPING & MAINTENENCE Prune, Pressure Wash, Bark, Retaining Walls, Plant, Fence! 30 years local experience. Free Estimate! 360-265-7487. Lic#COUNTLMN32JE. Home Services Painting


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PAINTING & CONSTRUCTION Siding & Remodeling *Call for Free Estimate* 360-323-4969 360-895-5405 Lic#LONESPC927QC/Bonded/Insured

C H U R C H RU M M AG E Sale Suppor ting Child Evangelism Fellowship. Charleston Baptist, Saturday, September 17th, 8:30am-3pm. Chili, corn C H I H U A H U A S C K C bread and drinks. 1302 REGISTERED. Star ter North Lafayette. packs, shots, wormed. D. O. B. 7 / 7 / 1 1 M e r l e , Think Inside the Box B l u e F a w n m a l e s . Advertise in your D.O.B. 7/19/11 Br idal local community male. $425. 360-275newspaper and on 6162 or 360-372-2786. AKC LABRADOR Pupp i e s : B i g h e a d s, B i g boned and ver y, ver y smart. $550-$800. Call: 360-659-9040.

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the web with just one phone call. Call 800-388-2527 for more information.


SATURDAY, September 17th, 9am-3pm, 1009 NE Knights Court, 98311. Lots of childrens toys, clothing, books and other household items.

ADORABLE Cockapoo Puppies. ONLY 1 LEFT! â&#x20AC;&#x153;Pick of the Litterâ&#x20AC;? Male. R e a d y i m m e d i a t e l y. Smart, gentle, obedient. Socialized, playful temperament. Family raised with Cockapoo parents on site. Call today for your new puppy! $435. Oak Harbor, Whidbey. 360-240-0319

GARAGE SALE FridayS a t u r d ay, S e p t e m b e r 16th & 17th, 9am-3pm at 24610 Taree Blvd, Kingston. DR Powerwagon, anvil, RV chairs, furniture, dishes, ar twor k, VHS tapes, books, cds, and more

1 9 9 6 AV I O N W E S TPORT 5th wheel trailer. One slideout. Good maintenance. $5995. Located Burlington, WA. Weekdays call Les 3607 5 7 - 7 8 7 3 , We e ke n d s John 206-409-9216

2005 MONTANA 35â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 5th w h e e l t r a i l e r, m o d e l 3295RK. New tires. New a i r c o n d i t i o n e r. D I S H Automobiles satellite system. ExcelFord lent condition. Ever y1998 Escor t SE. Ver y thing goes. Fully self good condition, Auto- c o n t a i n e d . $ 3 3 , 4 5 0 . matic, Air conditioning (360)675-0237 Stereo w/Ipod Adapter Looks & Runs great. 130k miles $1400 obo Campers/Canopies 360-550-4171 or 36016â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 2003 ROCKWOOD 620-5686 Freedom Pop-up CampAutomobiles e r. O n l y u s e d t w i c e , Honda ready to roll for your 2 0 0 9 W H I T E H O N DA s u m m e r v a c a t i o n ! ! Pilot Touring 4x2. 3rd Stove, sink, refrigerator row seating, fully loaded and heated. Detachable i n c l u d i n g N av i g a t i o n , BBQ grill. Electric matDVD Entertainment sys- tressâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s to warm you at tem including wireless night. Two full size and headphones (great for one twin, sleeps 4-6. Exthe kids), Honda lug- cellent condition! Purgage carrier, window vi- chased new, only ownsors, leather inter ior. ers! Oak Harbor. $4,000. Dual front heated seats, 360-675-9125.

Po u l s b o C o m m u n i t y Church rummage sale to benefit Operation Christmas Child! Tons of furniture, outdoor, tools, toys, books, clothes & more! S a t u r d ay, S e p t e m b e r 17th, 8am to 3pm at 651 NE Finn Hill Road

wheels Marine Power

21 FT, 1996 Campion Victoria. Island boat, great condition. EZ loader trailer, Volvo Pinta outdrive, fridge, cooktop, sink. GPS, radar, radio. $24,500/obo. Call 360378-7766 Located on San Juan Island. Marine Sail

24â&#x20AC;&#x2122; BAYLINER Buccaneer Sailboat and trailer. Fiberglass, has 2 sails and 2 outboard motors. Comes with life preservers, cushions and port-apotty. Has cockpit steering and can sleep 4-6 people. Great price at $2,800. Call for more info r m a t i o n , ( 3 6 0 ) 3 7 3 5379 27â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 1974 Catalina with 8â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Walker Bay dinghy. Main + Jib, Roller furler, 8 HP Yamaha OB, head, gall e y, u p d a t e d c a b i n . Moored in Winslow on Bainbridge. Great sailing boat! $5,500. 206-6694435 or 206-300-3332. 29â&#x20AC;&#x2122; RANGER Sailboat. Self furling head sail. Atomic 4 inboard. Recent hull paint. $7,500 or b e s t o f fe r. ( 3 6 0 ) 4 6 8 2864, Lopez Island 33â&#x20AC;&#x2122; COLUMBIA, 1971. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dulcineaâ&#x20AC;? is in good condition. Moored at Winslow Wharf Marina, Slip C-21. $9,500. Call: (206)384-7032 or (206)842-5400. Bainbridge Island Marine Storage


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blue tooth throughout, heavy duty Honda floor mats and rear mat, tow package included, hill assist, new tires, much more. All scheduled maintenance done & up to date. Only 50k miles, $29,000. Call 360-6825949

1987 JAYCO Cabover Camper. Fits all trucks, on a Dodge Dakota right now. Sleeps 3- 4, kitchenette, refrigerator, oven and heater. Dual power; run it off battery or prop a n e. N ew c o n d i t i o n , barely used! Ready to roll for your next vacat i o n ! $ 1 , 6 0 0 o b o. L i Automobiles censed, & well mainJaguar tained. Coupeville, 1985 JAGUAR XJ-6. 4 Whidbey Island. 360Door, Burgandy, Runs 678-1079. Great. Great Condition. Everything Electric InMotorcycles cluding Sunroof. 5 Brand N ew Pe r e l l i R a c i n g Tires. Automatic, Excellent 8 Speaker Stereo System. Dual Fuel Tanks. $2800 or best offer. Call Jim Anytime, Day Or Night, 360-2791053 Automobiles $1000 & Under

CASH FOR JUNK CARS, Trucks and Heavy Equipment. Have a Roll Back Tow Truck, Immediate pick up available!

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1 9 9 8 C h ev y Ve n t u r e. 62K miles, well maintained. $3500. Great family car. Call (360)331-3368 Vans/Minivans Dodge

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1976 DODGE TRADESMAN 100 VAN with berglass extended shell. REDUCED! $2000! Low is an online real estate mileage, 318 engine, 3 community that speed manual, 8 cylinexposes your proďŹ le ders, runs strong! Has full-size platform in back. and listings to two Stand up room, lots of million readers from space. Includes newer our many publications AM/FM/CD stereo. Great Port Orchard in the PaciďŹ c Northwest. wor k van. Must see. YARD SALE, 2345 SW Call for details or showSiskin Circle. multi fami- Log on to join our ing. 360-293-9097 (Anal y. S u n d ay 9 / 1 8 o n l y. network today. cortes). 9am-4pm. Kingston

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4 1/2 MONTH Old Teacup Chihuahua - Shih T z u / Po m e ra n i a n m i x . Female, short hair, Black with Brown. Mom is 2.5 pounds. Dad is 4.5 pounds. Will stay small. garage sales - WA Ver y sweet cuddler. A talker that will tell you all about her day when you Garage/Moving Sales get home! Raised with Grays Harbor County other dogs and a cat. Westport $400 to approved home 14TH ANNUAL o n l y. E m a i l fo r p i c s : 30 MILES OF JUNQUE or A 30 mile garage sale call 360-813-7915 from Tokeland to Ocosta thru Westport and Grayland. 9am-5pm, Saturday and Sunday, September 17th-18th. Maps available at garage sale locations, V.I.C. and onlice at:


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WHY PAY FOR GAS? Own an electric scoote r / m o t o r c y c l e . E n j oy freedom of commuting to work, college or running errands without stopping for gas! Lithium Powered, quality scooters with warranty. Only $6 to board ferry! Speeds up to 70mph. Distance up to 80 miles/charge. Prices range: $500-$6,000. Call Jen to test r ide. 425-270-1351

SOLD IT? FOUND IT? Let us know by calling 1-800-388-2527 so we can cancel your ad. Motorhomes

24â&#x20AC;&#x2122; FORD Rollalong, 1979, Class C. Sleeps 6, all appliances work, good condition. 1000 watt generator: 12 volt DC - 110 AC. Great for Fishing, Hunting, Camping. Perfect star ter RV for small family! $2,650. (425)864-0906 or (425)315-5693 Langley, Whidbey Island. Tents & Travel Trailers

2003 TERRY 24â&#x20AC;&#x2122; trailer with bumpout Northwest edition very good condition $9,000. 360-378-3273 Vehicles Wanted

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Bainbridge Island Review, September 16, 2011  

September 16, 2011 edition of the Bainbridge Island Review