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Darling of San Juans’ oil safety An NPR reporter profiles Julie Knight, the director of Islands’ Oil Spill Association by ASHLEY AHEARN Special to the Sounder
Julie Knight is the beating heart of oil spill preparedness in the San Juan Islands. As director of the nonprofit IOSA (Islands’ Oil Spill Association), she regularly convenes a motley crew of folks living in the archipelago of islands in Puget Sound that stand to lose everything if a major oil spill were to occur. These volunteers gather to run practice drills in the waters surrounding the San Juan Islands and this past weekend, I was lucky enough to tag along. When I first meet Julie she’s standing on the shore of Fisherman Bay on Lopez Island talking to roughly 30 people from all corners of the San Juans. She’s small and fit with a wavy strawberry-blond lion’s mane framing her face and sparkling turquoise eyes. The grass behind her is strewn with maps and supplies. She’s neatly cut up apples and cheese and put them in Ziploc bags along with various other snacks for each of the four
teams that will be going out on the water today. Mother hen meets drill sergeant. The folks gathered come from all different walks of life. There are men and women, teenagers and retirees, hippies with beards and Hawaiian shirts, people who are new to the islands and folks who have worked and lived here all their lives. There is also a team from MSRC (Marine Spill Response Corporation) and another from the ConocoPhillips refinery in Ferndale, Wash. Knight brings them all together under the IOSA banner for regular drills like this and, to a person, they’re smiling and happy to be here. The plan is for each team to go to one section of the bay and stretch boom (those yellow floating curtains that corral oil in the water) across the mouths of the ecologically fragile inlets and side channels here. If a spill were to happen, Knight wants to know how much boom will be needed
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Julie Knight during an IOSA oil spill response drill on Lopez Island. Knight is director of the non-profit. for each section, where it can be attached and how fast the team can deploy it. “Alright, everybody ready?” Knight asks. “Let’s go.” She and I go back to her black chevy blazer (she often forgets to close the doors) and drive over to another inlet of Fisherman bay where about 1,000 feet of boom is neatly stacked on a trailer. Knight clambers up on the pile of boom like a sailor, nimbly untying the rope holding it down. The other team members arrive by boat and come up from the shore as she
measures out the boom, section by section, and gives it to each team to drag down the rocky beach and out onto the water. She’s like a seamstress, tailoring the lengths of boom to the needs of each team and the section of the bay they’ll be protecting. Indeed, Knight is making a custom-fit oil response plan for this bay, as she has for sections of coastline all around the San Juan Islands. And as the yellow lengths are dragged by me I can’t help but feel guilty, standing there with my microphone and camera, because I’m
not helping. “Can you count the lengths of boom for me?” Knight asks. “Uhhh … I’ll do my best,” I respond, suddenly desperately nervous about letting this woman down. “Each section is 100 feet, so every time you see one of those steel connectors, count it,” she said. The boom stretches out rapidly as 10 or 15 people pull it away to the boats. I’m holding the microphone, snapping pictures and anxiously counting away on my fin-
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Community Foundation: partners in giving workshops and training to help strengthen local charities. More recently the foundation has begun to assess the overall health of the community, seeking to understand which local charities are best meeting needs and which could use more support. While a grants committee selects each year’s OICF grant recipients, OICF’s 15 board members are responsible to steer the foundation’s course. As executive director, Canty supports the board and ensures it has enough information to make decisions.
This coming week is National Community Foundation week and Nov. 17 is National Philanthropy Day. The Sounder is recognizing these events with a feature of Orcas Island’s community foundation. by MEREDITH M. GRIFFITH Staff reporter
Orcas Island supports at least 110 nonprofits with a population of roughly 5,700. The national average is around four nonprofits per 1,000 people, Orcas Island Community Foundation director Hilary Canty tells the Sounder. “Orcas Islanders are remarkably philanthropic, in terms of both time and money,” Canty said. “We have no central government or town council, so we look to each other for support and a safety net. That requires a tremendous amount of volunteer effort.” OICF offers support and training to all 110 of these nonprofits, and manages endowment funds for 44 of them.
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L-R: Kate Long, administrative assistant, and Hilary Canty, executive director of OICF. In 2010 the foundation held gross assets of $5,452,448, or $957 per capita, compared to $366 held by the Seattle Community Foundation. That year $312,246 was disbursed to charities. The foundation was started 16 years ago to provide a central structure for charitable giving to other nonprofits, and consistently offers
Charitable giving to nonprofits Donors can give to local charities of their choice through OICF. “Donors know if they come to us, we’ll be able to tell them that the nonprofit is in good standing: it has an active board; its bylaws are up to date; it has filed its tax returns,” said OICF board president Diane Berreth. “We can assure potential donors that their funds are going to a
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John Campbell recognized for affordable housing work
Washington State Housing Finance Commissioner Pam Teitz presents a â€œFriend of Housingâ€? award to John Campbell, a retired architect living on Orcas Island. The Washington State Housing Finance Commission presented a â€œ2011 Friend of Housing Awardâ€? to retired Orcas Island architect John
Campbell at the end of September. â€œJohn Campbell has been a force for affordable housing in San Juan County for decades,â€? said
Washington State Housing Finance Commission Executive Director Kim Herman. â€œJohn has hardly retired! As a volunteer, he has never ceased creating
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home designs and working with great imagination to provide housing for many need people in his community.â€? Campbell structured his professional volunteerism by founding Homes For Islanders, a nonprofit affordable housing development firm in San Juan County. The firm uses the U.S. Department of Agricultureâ€™s Rural Development 523 program to develop â€œsweat equityâ€? homes that allow purchasers to work into homeownership. He volunteered his architectural skills through the firm, designing all of the homes. The result is that six neighborhoods now provide 49 homes for working families who otherwise could not afford housing. Campbell also serves on the San Juan County Housing Bank Commission, which is a volunteer advisory board to the county
council on affordable housing issues, programs, and policies. Campbellâ€™s accomplishments do not end there. In 1998, he wrote a grant application to the stateâ€™s Housing Trust Fund to establish a down payment assistance loan fund for low-income, first time homebuyers in the county. The application was rejected since Campbell was not a county employee, but a volunteer. The application was reformatted and submitted by John Manning, director of the county health department, who commented that Campbell did most of the hard work and research for the $474,000 grant awarded in 1999. An additional Housing Trust Fund grant was awarded in 2002, totaling $250,000. Since its inception, this program has helped more than 45 lowincome people purchase homes.
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Knowing there was also a need for affordable rental housing, Campbell went to HUD to request Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers for county residents. HUD awarded those vouchers and today this program provides 20 low-income disabled residents with long-term, stable housing subsidies. In 2008, Campbell prompted the county to use some of its 2163 Homeless funds to provide rental subsidies for extremely lowincome seniors that were at great risk of homelessness. Through his leadership the Housing Bank Commission developed the San Juan County Senior Rent Subsidy, which currently provides 12 very low-income seniors with stable rental subsidies. This program was expanded to include eight disabled persons.
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Black Press acquires Peninsula Daily News and Sequim This Week An agreement has been reached for the sale of the Peninsula Daily News, Sequim This Week and its related web sites by Horvitz Newspapers, LLC, to Black Press, Ltd. of Victoria, British Columbia, whose Sound Publishing, Inc. division is the largest community newspaper group in the Pacific Northwest. The announcement was made personally to Peninsula Daily News employees by Peter Horvitz, president of Horvitz Newspapers, LLC, and Mark Warner of Black Press, Ltd., owners of Sound Publishing based in Poulsbo, Wash. â€œWe have purchased other titles from Horvitz Newspapers in the past and
look forward to adding the Peninsula Daily News and its related titles to our Sound group,â€? said David Black, president of Black Press, Ltd. â€œAs publishers of other titles in the area, this acquisition is a natural extension to our marketplace footprint. We are pleased to be doing business in Clallam and Jefferson counties.â€? The Peninsula Daily News will be operated by Sound Publishing, which has 46 publications and a combined circulation of 732,700 in the Pacific Northwest. Sound titles include the Islandsâ€™ Sounder, the Journal of the San Juan Islands, the Islandsâ€™ Weekly, the Whidbey News-Times, the South Whidbey Record, Kitsap Navy News,
the Whidbey Crosswind, the Bainbridge Island Review, the North Kitsap Herald, the Central Kitsap Reporter, the Port Orchard Independent, the Bremerton Patriot, and the VashonMaury Island Beachcomber. Sound also publishes community newspapers in east and south King County, and Portland, Ore. Soundâ€™s corporate office is based in Poulsbo and it has a printing facility in Everett. Privately held Black Press, Ltd. owns about 150 publications. The family owned Horvitz Newspapers, based in Bellevue, purchased the Peninsula Daily News from Persis Corporation in 1994.
Volleyball team at state this weekend As predicted in last weekâ€™s Sounder, the Vikings finished third in the Bi-District Tournament on Saturday. The team is one of 16 teams to go on to compete in the 2B Washington State Championship Tournament in Yakima on Friday and Saturday. This is the first time in seven years that Orcas Volleyball has earned the right to play at state.
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The team began with a 3-2 victory over Tacoma Baptist. After a three-hour break, the Vikings took on perennial state powerhouse La Conner, playing well but losing the match 0-3. Next up was Shoreline Christian in a match that would determine who would be going on to state. Mary Wilson was a stand-out in the middle, scoring repeatedly on sets from Aliviah Garcia. The Orcas blockers, includ-
ing Wilson, Freeda Crow, Soren Sweet and Jenna Tully kept the opponents out of rhythm, turning back their attempts to score. And as has been the teamâ€™s hallmark this year, the defense, led by Tika Zbornik, Mykal Keyes, and Liana Bense dug the Crusadersâ€™ best shots, allowing the Vikingsâ€™ offense to go for the kill. Orcas prevailed 3-1 and reached its goal of a trip to state. All that remained was a
match with Darrington to decide third and fourth places. Both teams were going to state, and both teams were tired and drained. In spite of having lost to the Loggers in every meeting over the last few years, the Vikings managed to out-hustle their rivals, and came away with a win, just after 8 p.m. The Vikings will now travel to the SunDome, representing Orcas Island as one of the top teams in the state.
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Goldeneye Farm once again offered its trees for pressed cider for the Orcas Food Bank and apples for the public school cafeteria. Around 15 Farm to Cafeteria and Food Bank volunteers enjoyed a couple of hours of very enjoyable â€œworkâ€? on a chilly but clear and sunny Saturday. Pictured above, from left: Marta Branch, Michelle Reed (hidden), Edith Thomsen, Phil Branch, Cameron Krein (twisting the press) and Rollie Sauer.
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After countless emails and phone calls asking us why we donâ€™t print anonymous letters yet our website has unlimited anonymous â€“ frequently negative â€“ commenting, we decided to take action. Starting on Nov. 17, the Islandsâ€™ Sounder will introduce a new comment moderation policy through Facebook. We hope to improve your experience of reading and participating at www. islandssounder.com with this new policy. The news industry is clearly moving away from anonymous commenting, and we are proud to be in the vanguard. Itâ€™s not an endorsement of Facebook per se, but at present their comment system offers the best way to ensure an environment of decorum and mutual respect amongst readers who participate in our news sites. That, we believe, is ultimately good for both our business and our communities. Any logged-in Facebook user will be able to comment on our stories to encourage and reward real identity. Anonymous and negative comments will be curtailed. Other papers that implemented this system include the LATimes. com and Gannett, Media General and American City Business Journals. We realize that not everyone has a Facebook account, but with 800 million users worldwide, weâ€™re confident its social media net is wide enough to capture most of our readers. If you donâ€™t belong to Facebook, please remember that you can still send us a letter to the editor. We are proud to publish a robust letters section. We hope this new commenting system improves your experience with islandssounder.com, sanjuanjournal.com, and islandsweekly. com. We encourage you to comment on our sites. Itâ€™s a great way to continue community dialogue beyond the printed page.
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To the Editor: Local pollution affects our waters In a recent letter, Dr. David Hyde asserts that much of the water moving through and around the San Juans come from Canada. He is correct; most of our marine waters come from Canada not Puget Sound. His conclusion that pollutants from Puget Sound are minimal here should provide some comfort. However, we receive the effluent from 80 percent of the commerce of BC, 3.65 million people, so Canadian input is considerable. If studies on relative contributions are valid, Canada becomes a prime suspect for the toxic burden in our marine mammals, and with BC so close, I take little comfort from down sound exclusion. The presumption is that the volume water in the Georgia Basin, and upwelling, creates enough circulation that any local pollutants are minimized by dilution. We need not be concerned about our contribution and it should not be grounds to require new buffer sizes. Just because we have BC waters around us, and perhaps not the cleanest, does not mean we should ignore local input. On a macro scale, San Juan County shorelines may be well flushed; however, due to our very complex shorelines, itâ€™s untrue in many local areas. Examples of poorly flushed embayments are: Barlow Bay, Fisherman Bay, Mud Bay, both sounds of Orcas, Westcott Bay, Blind Bay, and Friday Harbor. Low tidal energy bays are where forage fish and herring spawn. Young salmon find protection in the eelgrass meadows and feed on forage fish and insects from the vegetated nearshore environment. These shorelines are significant in size and biological function and, besides water quality, these are the functions that adequate shoreline buffers protect. Sediments accumulate and are retained in these embayments. Many nasty pollutants are adsorbed onto the surface of sediment particles and are transported into the nurseries of susceptible species.
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Some pollutants are water-soluble; others are fat-soluble hormone mimics which disrupt the reproduction of fish and invertebrates. Once fat-soluble substances enter the food chain, no dilution from Canada or anywhere else will eliminate their effects. These are the reasons why we need to be concerned about indigenous pollution and why BAS should inform buffer sizes. San Olson Lopez Island
Thank you, Island Ex Orcas Island Park and Recreation District and Orcas Island School District would like to give a very heartfelt thank you to Island Excavating for heading down to Buck Park the past two weekends to make our park a better place to be. For a significantly low price, they were able to mow the ditches to provide for better drainage on the fields and they mowed the banks and perimeters to make it look presentable again. We would like to also extend a very special thank you to Kirk Huffman of Island Excavating who gave up his weekends to operate the mower. Buck Park looks fantastic! Orcas Parks and Rec District Orcas Island School District
Orcas is a gem On a recent visit to lovely Orcas Island I had the pleasure to care for a couple of wonderful â€œFurballsâ€? (my term of endearment for cats). Thanks to the kindness of the locals, after only three weeks, I felt right at home. I had plenty of time to explore, both by bike and on foot and was rewarded with magnificent
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views from many locations on your island. I guess the only downside was the fact that the time went by way too fast, which is a true indication of how much I was enjoying my stay. I had the pleasure to meet quite a few of the local islanders, and they were all very friendly and more than willing to share some of their precious time chatting with a total stranger. That is special, and is one of the charms of your community. Thanks to everyone who helped make my visit to Orcas a memorable one indeed. I look forward to coming back some day to see some of the places I didnâ€™t this time around and to have the opportunity to make more new friends. Oh yes, and thanks to the Furballs as well. Paul Marcotte Vancouver BC
Mayor April needs a better office To the honorable Mayor April: The Eastsound City Hall, and your office in particular, is frankly in deplorable condition. How can you get any real work done, entertain dignitaries, hold respectable press conferences or even assure your ongoing health, which means so much to us all, when you have so little shelter from the harsh winter rains and wind? I appreciate that we are all trying to tighten our belts during these hard economic times, but we fellow islanders owe you better! Maybe all the generations of children at OISD and their parents who have enjoyed your watchful pres-
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LETTERS FROM 4 ence all these years should return the favor by looking out for you now that you have achieved such lofty office and hold an old-timey barn-raisinâ€™ for your benefit! It would be fun for all! Jack Coe Orcas Island
Sounder, donâ€™t try to swing elections Maybe itâ€™s because I became a U.S. citizen a couple of years ago, not quite in time to vote in the last presidential election. But these last two years I have been sensitive to how the Islands Sounder newspaper runs editorials in the weeks before elections with very strong statements on how they think their readers should vote. It was very noticeable in the last sheriff â€™s election and it is very noticeable this time around. Last week there was the main editorial and a large invited citizen editorial on the same subject with the same suggestion on how to vote. I know there is some precedent in big city newspapers with a strong political bias. But I think it is plain wrong on this small island that the newspaper should try to swing elections. Please stick to informing and stop trying to influence. Especially in these current times when every local government decision is already so politically polarized. Thanks for everything else you do. Martin Taylor Orcas Island
Stumped about stump in creek Weâ€™re all pleased with our new bridge at Stockade Bayâ€Ś.oops, I meant Buck Bay. (Stockade Bay, as many will know, was the â€œoriginalâ€? name for this idyllic little wonder near Olga that Cascade Creek empties into.) In any case, itâ€™s certainly a nice bridge, and quite an improvement over the previous roadway. Kudos to the county road department, and certainly to Razz Construction, which did such a fine job! While I will miss the thrill of coming around the tight corner at the Bay and discovering flaggers waving STOP signs, I think the bridge is just fine. I do have one small question, however: since salmon recovery funds in the amount of $472,000 (according to the posted
sign at the bridge) were expended on the bridge, what is the purpose of the giant, honking tree stump with attached root system left smack in the middle of the creek? Is this some sort of obstacle course for the salmon to run, allowing perhaps only the strongest and most agile to make their way around this huge stump? Did the salmon recovery folks have it put there to keep the salmon from intruding further up the creek? It seems a real puzzle, to have this thing left in place, essentially blocking the creek. Were all of the salmon recovery funds expended on the bridge work, or did some perhaps go towards purchasing tiny little axes and saws so the salmon could hack their way upstream? More than a few of us who live in the area, or pass by frequently, seem to have the same question on our minds. Can anyone clear the air â€“ or the creek, for that matter â€“ and explain the purpose of the stump being left in the creek? Tom Welch Olga
Stump provides salmon habitat Dear Mr. Welch, Thank you for the excellent question about the stumps public works placed in and adjacent to Cascade Creek upstream of the new Buck Bay bridge. We posed the question to Brendan Brokes, our Area Habitat Biologist at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, and this is how he responded: â€œNumerous studies have shown that LWD (Large Woody Debris) is a vital and naturally occurring component of healthy stream ecosystems. Water flowing over and around LWD creates scour pools and helps sort and distribute sediments. Pools are deeper water habitats that provide critical hiding and resting areas for fish and are especially important during low stream flow. â€œLWD also creates velocity shelters during high stream flows allowing fish to rest and expend less energy. LWD also traps and stores other large and small woody debris, leaf matter, spawner carcasses, and other organic materials that add to the complexity and diversity of instream habitats. â€œLWD facilitates the transport of fine sediments where wood accumulation narrows a stream channel thereby increasing velocities and helping to maintain bed elevations.â€?
Thank you for your interest in this project. Dan J. Vekved, P.E. Civil Engineer 3, San Juan County Public Works
Caps for Kids says thank you for help A huge thank you to all those who contributed to the second annual Caps for Kids project here on Orcas! More than 150 items of winter clothing (hats, scarves, mittens, gloves) were donated for those in our community who are in need. While there will no longer be a basket at the library, any remaining items can be dropped off at the Family Connections office or at Orcas Christian School to the attention of Anna Vedder. May God continue to bless this generous and caring community! Anna Vedder Orcas Island
Celebrate Orcas animal shelter Hereâ€™s a little-known fact: November 6-12 is National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week, an event sponsored by The Humane Society of the United States to recognize and celebrate the lifesaving services provided by animal shelters across the country. This includes our very own Orcas animal shelter, located on the aptly named Hope Lane. Animal shelters serve their communities in many ways: controlling stray dogs running at large, returning lost animals to their owners, reducing the number of stray cats by trapping and spaying/neutering feral felines, and helping families find new animal companions. Perhaps most importantly, animal shelters provide a tangible example of humane ethics and compassion for all living creatures. Gandhi once wrote, â€œThe greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animal are treated.â€? In other words, a community that treats its animals well is one in which people are also well-treated. In a few days, all Orcas residents will receive a copy of the Orcas shelterâ€™s annual
CORRECTION Patty Pirnack-Hamiltonâ€™s letter last week read, â€œIf all the land the land bank owns was put back on the tax rolls the decrease in taxes on a $500 parcel would be around $10.â€? She meant it to read $500,000, not $500.
newsletter in their mailboxes. Before you toss it in the recycling bin, pause a moment to read a few of the â€œHappy Tailsâ€? â€“ brief personal stories written by some of your Orcas friends and neighbors whose lives have been enriched by adopting a dog or cat from the Orcas APS shelter. The photos alone will have you smiling. The only way the Orcas shelter can keep its doors open is with the help of contributions from people who support its mission of humane animal treatment. Please consider observing National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week by making use of the handy contribution envelope inside the newsletter. While youâ€™re at it, pay a visit to the shelter at 84A Hope Lane, any day between 2 and 5 p.m. You may make a friend for life. Craig Canine President, Orcas Animal Protection Society
Sports teamsâ€™ drinking must stop I am a 76-year-old grandmother and feel it is time for someone to speak up regarding what has recently happened with the high school sports teams. Today our society is a â€œmeâ€? society. A society
where many of us do not consider what our actions or attitude will do to others. I am speaking of the current sports program regarding drinking, drugs and whatever. To the high schoolers: when you attend a party where the above elements are available and you participate, do you consider just what and who you are affecting other than yourself? Take the school sports programs, for instance. When you have been kicked off a team, or suspended for a spell, you affect the following: your team, your coaches, your parents, your school, your town â€“ you have let them all down and hurt their reputations. Also think about the money that the school and each and every parent gives to you through the various programs just for you to eat, get uniforms, ferry tickets, etc. to play sports. Shame on you. To the residents of Orcas Island: please, do not let this crash the sports programs for the school. I know from firsthand experience how the sport programs helps develop young people and gives a chance for them to find friends who have something in common. It helps them to develop character and many other attributes for growing into fine young
people. If a young person is good enough in a sport, it also provides a possible avenue for scholarships. Let us put a stop to the above abuse Let us, together, help build up â€“ not down â€“ our schools and community together. Many ideas collected and worked out together can be challenging, but it will work. Think of all the extra work the head of the schools, teachers and coaches have already put into the young people and their teams. They cannot do it alone. Letâ€™s open our pocket books, hands and working time to help make our community a bigger and better place to be proud of and live in for our young people. Thank you to all the Orcas Island coaches for the hard work that you have put into our teams. You are the greatest. Nancy Zier Orcas Island
Oddsâ€™ Wood raffle a success The Odd Fellows would like to thank all of you who participated in our annual Wood Raffle Fund Raiser. The winner this year is Pia Luzier. Congratulations! The Odds
Church Services EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL Parish of Orcas Island Eastsound (by the water) Bishop Craig B. Anderson, Rector SUNDAYS: Holy Eucharist 1st Sunday in month - 10:00 a.m. Other Sundays - 8:00 & 10:00 a.m. Church School & Nursery THURSDAYS: 12 noon Rectorâ€™s Forum & Holy Eucharist 376-2352
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OICF FROM 1 sound nonprofit.â€? When small nonprofits lodge their designated funds with the foundation â€“ pro bono â€“ it also pools their assets, increasing each organizationâ€™s return on investment under a single professionally managed and administered fund. The foundation can also direct funds to meet a need anonymously, as with last yearâ€™s $50,000 mystery donor whose matching gift challenge helped fund the new food bank building. OICFâ€™s â€œEndow Orcasâ€? initiative encourages community members to consider leaving legacy gifts. For example, the Betty Lundeen Book Fund was established in 1998 and has received gifts of $77,000. The fund has grown to $85,000 and paid out another $35,000 to buy books for the Orcas library. Endowment funds
endure into the future because only the interest generated by each account is used to support the designated cause; the main body of funds remains untouched. The foundation also holds 20 donor-advised funds, which Canty describes as â€œbasically philanthropic savings accounts.â€? OICF invests and monitors the money, but the donor can request a disbursement to a nonprofit at any time. The funds have given out over $200,000 this year. Between donor advised funds, the foundationâ€™s annual grants cycle, and the food bank fundraising drive, the foundation disbursed $500,000 by Sept. 2011.
Non-profit training Recent capacity-building workshops offered by OICF include â€œBoard Boot Campâ€? and classes on finance and endowment. The founda-
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â€œbroad list of community needs,â€? said Canty. She said the two primary areas of need that were foremost are access to sufficient medical/ dental care, and hunger. Berreth said OICFâ€™s vision is â€œto sustain and support a high quality of life for all islanders,â€? add-
ing, â€œConditions are so difficult â€“ itâ€™s not enough to sustain what is. We need to have a vision of a better future for our island. We want a diverse community of people who can support themselves and thrive on this island.â€?
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and is piled high with boom, and head down to the southernmost cove of Fisherman Bay with three other volunteers. As we motor along, the radio crackles non-stop as each team pipes in with status updates for how their deployment is going. One team needs more boom, another says the stakes theyâ€™re using to moor the boom to the shore arenâ€™t holding on. Knight makes notes of all of these things. When she gets back to her office sheâ€™ll type them up and add them to her files documenting the needs and specific strategies for each island in the San Juans. As we reach the bottom of Fisherman Bay, there are already two other volunteer boats there, attaching boom to a pole in the marsh on one side of the inlet and then dragging it across to another spit of land that juts out from the other side of the bay. A seal swims around, curiously observing from a safe distance. Weâ€™ve been out on the water for close to two hours by the time the team finishes connecting the boom. The weak fall sunlight
is fading and the crisp air blowing across the water seems to cut right through my vest. This trip to Lopez was part of the research Iâ€™m doing with Bonnie Stewart for a series on oil in the Northwest. In many ways, it feels like Iâ€™m wrestling some sort of giant squid or octopus. Oil can come from so many different places. Itâ€™s moved around the region by so many different types of transit. The risks to the environment and human health are abundant, but so is the work being done to prepare for a spill. Iâ€™m looking forward to bringing her soft yet commanding voice to the airwaves. My only regret is that you canâ€™t hear the tears that well up in her eyes when she talks to me about all the different people from different socioeconomic and political worlds that come together to keep IOSA running and make these practice drills possible. Ahearn is an environment reporter at KUOW, NPR Seattle. Sheâ€™s also a member of EarthFix reporting team, http://earthfix.kuow.org/.
gers (â€œwas that 6 or 700 feet of boom?!?â€?). I think it was then that I understood why IOSA works, and has worked for more than 25 years. Knight has a way of making everyone feel necessary and important to the overall success and continued health of this special corner of Washington state. She doesnâ€™t stop moving and sheâ€™s clearly passionate about what she does â€“ scampering from boat to boat, as they pull up on the shore, talking with each team about where theyâ€™re going and what theyâ€™ll be doing there. When the boomâ€™s finally deployed, we climb aboard the â€œSeaGoose,â€? a 46-foot vessel that belongs to IOSA
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Obituary Sydney Lyons Sydney Lyons, beloved Pomeranian Eastsound citizen, journeyed to doggie heaven on October 25, 2011 in San Diego, CA. Born in the late 1990â€™s as a Drewâ€™s Sucia puppy. Blessed shop dog and official customer greeter of Orcas Arts, Sydney was a highlight for visitors. Sydney had an empathetic nature for those
who needed comfort, and loved deeply and completely. One of a kind she had no equal, canine or otherwise.
A spark to the end, she kept up with the frisky ones a fraction of her age. Sydney is survived by her human family, Suzanne Lyons, Patrick Downie, and Erica Lyons, son Gizmo, daughter Bebe, and the many sons, daughters, and grand-puppies that she blessed this world with. Dearest companion, loyal friend â€“ we will miss you. Til we meet againâ€Ś Submitted by Lyonsâ€™ family.
Day in the life of the food bank by MADIE MURRAY Special to the Sounder
Itâ€™s a few minutes to 5 p.m. on a chilly Thursday evening when volunteers start arriving at the Orcas Food Bank building on Madrona Street to hand out free groceries to individuals who will be stopping by. About 10 are already in front chatting and commiserating, waiting for the door to open. Earlier in the day, apples, potatoes, loaves of fresh bread, even cans of dog food have been left at the large donation box just outside the side door of the building. These and a myriad of other items wait on the shelves to go home to a grateful family. â€œThere are many reasons people come to the food bank,â€? says 12-year food bank volunteer Sharon Bearchell. â€œFor most itâ€™s circumstance: a lost job, disabilities limiting their ability to work or a rough time in their otherwise productive life.â€? By Christmas, itâ€™s anticipated that up to 300 people representing about 90 families will be coming to the food bank every week to receive free groceries. The food bank has various ways it keeps its shelves stocked besides local residents bringing items directly to its donation boxes at any time day or night. Local farmers and home gardeners have a â€œPlant A Rowâ€? program in the summer. Jeff Rodenberger makes trips to the Bellingham Food Bank once a month on his own nickel to pick up hundreds of pounds of government subsidy items and other foods from Northwest Harvest. â€œItâ€™s just something I like to do,â€? he says. The food bank receives fresh salmon already filleted from Glenwood Springs hatchery when the runs are good, and apples, pears, plums and berries
Board president Larry Shaw with Lina McPeake at the July 10 ceremony for the new building. Lina and her husband Dave were involved in the food bank from the beginning. are dropped off by residents whose trees and bushes bear more than they can possibly eat alone. And, of course, cold, hard cash keeps the wheels turning. Virtually all funding comes from private donations and grants. â€œWeâ€™re always in need of cash for food purchases not covered by government subsidies. That constitutes about 90 percent of our expenses; and, of course, thereâ€™s also the obvious bills such as electricity, phone and general operations needs,â€? says Larry Shaw, Food Bank Board President.
Food banks across the nation were doing exactly the same. But for our island, the Orcas Food Bank has a special heart and soul just for its own who stop by once a week on either Thursday between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. or Tuesday between 12:30 and 2 p.m. Fall and winter are highdemand months and the fall food and funding drive is in full swing. Cash donations may be sent to PO Box 424, Eastsound, WA 98245. For information, visit www. orcasislandfoodbank.org or call 376-4445.
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Rosario water rates explained by MEREDITH M. GRIFFITH Staff reporter
Orcas Islanders use just 4-600 cubic feet of water per month, compared to an average of 1000 used by water users on the mainland, Washington Water president Michael Ireland recently told the Sounder. We spoke with Ireland in response to community reports of a 20 percent rate increase levied by Rosario Water, one of 200 water systems owned by Washington Water. Rosario Water provides water to residents in the Rosario Resort neighborhood up to Vusario, as well as the Orcas Highlands neighborhood. â€œItâ€™s a total 22 percent revenue increase, which amounts to roughly a 16 percent increase in the average bill per month on an annual basis,â€? Ireland said. â€œBut thatâ€™s $8 per month less than what [those clients] paid in 2007 when we acquired the system.â€? Asked for the companyâ€™s reasoning behind the rate increase, Ireland said Washington Water has had an â€œisland chargeâ€? levied on Orcas because of the high operating costs associated with using surface water as a source. â€œWe are requesting that the island fee not be charged anymore,â€? he said. â€œWe are trying to equalize and keep a common rate for everybody, so that they get a true benefit from the economies of scale.â€?
If the island fee is removed and base rates rise as requested, Ireland said the Orcas Highlands, which had the most heavily charged neighborhood under the island fee, would actually see total rate decreases of around 30 percent. The island fee has been calculated based on meter size and water use, and the Orcas Highlands have 112 customers on one meter. For clients not in the Orcas Highlands, Ireland said
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Indian Island Observatory hosts annual report
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Marine Biologist Russel Barsh talks bivalves with the Troxel family on Indian Island last summer.
The results are in from research conducted this summer at Indian Island. The Indian Island Marine Health Observatory team, under the guidance of KWIAHT marine science labs, spent the spring and summer low tides conducting marine invertebrate, fish, bird and eelgrass inventories, along with other research protocols. The citizen volunteers also acted as guides â€“ from stewardship to botany, marine biology to history â€“ for the thousands of visitors who trekked out along
the tombolo at Eastsound this year. Learn more about Eastsoundâ€™s unique waterfront habitat at the second annual â€œReport to the Community.â€? The report is on Friday, Nov. 18 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Madrona Room of Orcas Center. This free event includes music, interactive displays, a marine slide show and data presented by KWIAHT director, Russel Barsh, plus a scrumptious meal served up by the Orcas Village Store.
Displays include a phytoplankton presentation with inter-active microscopes and an examination of the current bioremediation project underway in Eastsoundâ€™s wetlands. There will be an art project table for the children. The event is free, however, tax-deductible donations to further the continuation and expansion of this long-term project are most welcome. For more information, go to www.indianisland.info.
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Sports $$ goal is met Orcas High School will have winter basketball this year, thanks to fundraising efforts by the Orcas Booster Club. The club has raised $11,000 from community since the school board made known roughly two weeks ago that due to state budget reductions, it did not have room in its budget for winter sports this year. Private donors in the community stepped up in a big way to answer a $5,000 matching grant challenge offered by the Orcas Island Education Foundation. Member Kevin O'Brien said the club has â€œprofound gratitude for the Orcas Island Education Foundation, the Orcas Island Community Foundation (OICF) and many generous community membersâ€? for their help in meeting the goal. â€œThis money will be passed on to the Orcas Island School District to fund the high school boysâ€™ and girlsâ€™ basketball programs,â€? O'Brien said. â€œThe Boosters are committed to the success of our students through participation in scholastic athletics.â€? The Orcas Booster Club members, or â€œBoosters,â€? continue to seek community partners in working to solve the current funding challenges faced by the Orcas Island School District. â€œWith our winter fundraising goal realized, the booster club will turn our focus on raising the funds needed to support the spring and fall sports programs for both the middle and high schools,â€? Oâ€™Brien said. â€œIt is our hope that the generous community support will continue as we look forward to working together with the Orcas Island School District, Orcas Island Park and Recreation and the community to create sustainable funding.â€? How you can help the Boosters with their mission: t #FDPNF JOWPMWFE XJUI the Orcas Booster Club. t 1SPWJEF UBY$1" BTTJT tance as the Boosters develop their organization. Donate to the Orcas Island Community Foundation â€œBooster Fund,â€? P.O. Box 1496, Eastsound, WA 98245 or online at oicf.us (Please specify â€œBooster Fundâ€?).
WEDNESDAY, November 9, 2011
hen Cara Oâ€™Toole was a student at Harvardâ€™s summer dance festival, she asked one of her teachers if she was good enough to be a professional. â€œYou have a je ne sais quoi,â€? Donald Byrd answered her. â€œKeep dancing.â€? The Tony-nominated choreographer bolstered Oâ€™Toole into a professional dance career with his words of encouragement. Now she is the director of Orcas Center and is particularly pleased to be bringing Byrdâ€™s dance troupe to the main stage. Spectrum Dance Theatre will perform on Friday, Nov. 11 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25, $17 for Orcas Center members, and $11 for students. To purchase tickets, call 376-2281 or go to www.orcascenter.org. â€œDonald considers himself a contemporary choreographer but his style borrows a lot from ballet,â€? Oâ€™Toole said. â€œHe is an incredible choreographer who was based in New York for years.â€? Byrd created the Harlem Nutcracker and did choreography for the Broadway show â€œThe Color Purple.â€? After becoming artistic director of Spectrum Dance in Seattle, Oâ€™Toole says Byrd â€œupped the ante on the level of choreography and demands on the dancers â€Ś and getting people engaged about dance.â€? The two were later colleagues in Seattle, where Oâ€™Toole led Velocity Dance Center. Spectrum Dance Theatre is bringing two pieces to the center stage. â€œEuclidean Spaceâ€? is a concept of randomness and abstract geopolitical statements. Byrd premiered the piece at Bumbershoot Arts Festival this fall. It features the music of
Seattle dance company blends the traditional with the contemporary
Brazilian-born electronic music composer Amon Tobin. The Seattle Times wrote about Euclidean Space, â€œthe piece was as abstract as its title suggests and featured near-superhuman turns.â€? The dancers will also perform â€œMIA,â€? a humorous spin on classical balletâ€™s formality and fuss. It features the music of Sri Lankan Brit superstar M.I.A. â€œItâ€™s a weird ballet between classical ballerina dances and this crazy aboriginal dancer,â€? Oâ€™Toole said. â€œThe dancers also get to show off their chops.â€? Byrd himself will not be at the performance, as he is currently at a dance fellowship in Israel, but his work will be on full display through the movement of his dancers. â€œDonald has been able to attract dancers from all over the country,â€? Oâ€™Toole said. â€œHe is creating new work all the time. His dancers are always learning new stuff. Heâ€™s tireless.â€?
Dance workshop for kids The Funhouse Commons is hosting a â€œShining Stars Song and Dance Workshop.â€? Kids ages 7-15 will have a ball singing and dancing in this fun weekend workshop! The director of Morningstar Farm Singing Camp will lead kids ages seven to 15 in a weekend of song, dance, laughter, theatre improvisation, costume creating and performing. It runs from Nov. 11 to 13, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. It culminates in a potluck and show on Sunday. The cost is $165 for the weekend. Email carynsimmons@ hotmail.com or call 360-820-2292
FLU SHOTS: Suziâ€™s barber shop, 10
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ductor Alice Parker at community church, 7:30 p.m. $10 donation. CANCER SUPPORT GROUP: 5 p.m. in Fireside Room at Orcas Island Community Church. Guest speaker Dr. David Russell.
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meetings on second Monday. Eastsound fire hall, 5:30-7 p.m.
Dancers in â€œEuclidean Space.â€? Its goal is to build an active Orcas membership to support the Coast Guard mission. Call Tom Tillman at 298-3088. Upcoming dates: Dec. 12, Jan. 9, Feb. 13, Mar. 12.
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p.m. at the Eastsound fire hall. Local citizens are engaging in a World Cafe style of collaboration on issues of immediacy. Contact: Morgan Meadows at 376-9213 or morgan@VisionOnOrcas.com
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nant women and partners. Every first Monday, 6 p.m. potluck, presentation 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Childrenâ€™s House. AL-ANON: Emmanuel Church, 7 p.m. PARENT/CHILD PLAYGROUP: At Salmonberry, $5 per session. Bread baking, art projects, music, stories, snacktime and free play. Through Nov. 14. Mandy Troxel, 376-3914.
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KIWANIS CLUB: Meets at 12:30 p.m.,
upstairs at Orcas Homegrown. Different speaker each week. FOOD BANK: 12:30 to 2 p.m. at Food Bank building next to Community Church. Also on Thursdays, 5:306:30 p.m. CAMERA CLUB: Meets first Tuesday of the month, Orcas Senior Center, 7 to 9 p.m. Go to www. orcasislandcameraclub.org for more information.
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PET OF THE WEEK Last week the shelter featured long term, politically opinionated Polly. Here you have kitten Henry, new to the Orcas scene, ready to learn the ways of your household. Visit all the cats (and dog) any day from 2 to 5 p.m., call 376-6777, or see the animal online at www. orcaspets.org.
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Guest speaker for the Nov. 16 Orcas Island Garden Club meeting will be Daniel Winterbottom, ASLA, a landscape architect and Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington. His firm, Winterbottom Design Inc., focuses on healing and restorative gardens. Educated as a sculptor, Winterbottom holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Tufts University and a Master of Landscape Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of
Design. His research interests include the landscape as a cultural expression, ecological urban design, and restorative/healing landscapes. In 1995, Winterbottom developed a program through which he and his students work with communities to design and build projects that provide amenities and address social and ecological concerns. Projects include a public wash facility in rural Mexico, a garden for children with HIV/AIDS in New York City, healing gardens at Cancer Lifeline in Seattle, and a mother/child garden
in a maximum security women’s correctional facility near New York City. The community is invited to join the Garden Club at 10 a.m. in Orcas Center’s Madrona Room, where Winterbottom will offer strategies to implement therapeutic gardens. These suggestions can help with high-stress situations as well as bringing an infusion of serenity to everyday life. The presentation will be followed by open discussion. For more information visit www. orcasislandgardenclub.org.
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The community is invited by the Odd Fellows to their annual Thanksgiving dinner to be held on November 24 at 4:30 p.m. at the Odd Fellows Hall. The Odd Fellows will supply the turkeys and tableware. Everyone else should bring a beverage of their choice and a dish to share from the following list.
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A-M: Favorite side dish (mashed potatoes, yams, veggies, etc.) N-R: Salad or bread or rolls. S-Z: Dessert. Feel free to bring a specialty dish instead of one of the suggested items above. For more details, call Bill at 376-8857.
Art show Members of the Orcas Senior Center are displaying their creative talents – paintings, quilts, photographs, pottery, and woodworking – from now until Nov. 22 at the senior center.
In honor of Veterans Day, Emmanuel Episcopal Church will present the award-winning documentary film “The Welcome” on Nov. 11 at 6 p.m. in the Parish Hall. Filmed in southern Oregon, “The Welcome” offers a fiercely intimate view of life after war: the fear, anger and isolation of post-traumatic stress that affects vets and family members alike. As the audience joins these vets in a small room for an unusual five-day healing retreat, they witness how the ruins of war can be transformed into the beauty of poetry. Perceptions are changed, psyches strained, and hearts broken. The film continues to win audience favorite awards at film festivals across the country, including recognition at Ashland and Mill Valley Film Festivals and “Best Drama” at DocuFest Atlanta. Admission is free to this event and veterans are most welcome, say organizers. A discussion will follow the film screening.
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SJI Rotary Club gives dictionaries â€˜Round the Countyâ€™ sailboat race this weekend by MEREDITH M. GRIFFITH Staff reporter
Sharon Harvey and Martha Inchâ€™s third grade class with their new dictionaries. The Rotary Club of San Juan Island presented Orcas Elementary third grade stuEFOUTXJUIEJDUJPOBSJFTPO/PW i5FBDIFST 4IBSPO )BSWFZ BOE .BSUIB Inch like how the children eagerly use the maps, sign language and marvel at the longest word in the dictionary,â€? said Rotary -JUFSBDZ$IBJSNBO#BSCBSB'BHBOi3PUBSZ encourages our students to be curious about our language and have fun reading.â€? 'BHBO TBJE DMVC NFNCFST BSF QSPVE PG Lindsey Youngquist, a graduate of San Juan *TMBOE)JHI4DIPPM XIPJTQSFTFOUMZTUVEZ-
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Conservation workshops San Juan County Community Planning and Development and the San Juan Islands Conservation District is sponsoring two free workshops for those interested in drainage, water quality, soils, plants and Low Impact Development best management practices that can help reduce runoff, clean pollutants and increase infiltration and create attractive landscapes and conserve water resources. There are two workshops being offered: t 'SJEBZ /PW GSPN to 5 p.m. at the Grange in 'SJEBZ )BSCPS PO 4BO +VBO Island. t 4BUVSEBZ /PW GSPN BN UP QN BU UIF Outlook Inn in Eastsound on Orcas Island. Topics to be covered include â€œSustainable Land
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of Obstruction Pass. The boats will proceed north, to the sight-seeing pleasure of residents on the east and north shores of Orcas. The boats will continue around Sucia and Patos, on around Stuart, where they can be observed from the Turn Point lighthouse, and conclude on Saturday at 3PDIF)BSCPS 4VOEBZT TUBSU XJMM CF PGG Mosquito Pass, and those living on the west side of San Juan Island should have good views. As the race continues on around the county, folks on the south and east sides of Lopez will be able to view the fleet. The racers will wrap up
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new leader, Angel Michaels, the group will present holiday concerts beginning the
first week in December. Look for more information soon.
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Island skills converge at new restaurant by MEREDITH M. GRIFFITH Staff reporter
It’s a quiet weekday morning at the Island Skillet. A smattering of diners leisurely indulge in the eatery’s “all-American” fare: shrimp and avocado omelets, eggs benedict, breakfast burritos. Recognizing the Sounder, an islander calls over: “The huevos rancheros are to die for.”
Word of mouth is quickly spreading about the new restaurant that opened its doors last week in the Eastsound space behind Teezer’s, a spot last occupied by the Italian restaurant Luna’s. It’s a joint venture between two island families: Matt and Sabrina Carpenter, and Dave and Ioulia Yerly. “This has been something Dave and I have been
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The Orcas Island Sportsmen Club invites the public to come and win their Thanksgiving turkey at the 60th annual fall Turkey-Time Family Fun Shooting Contests. The shoot is on Saturday, Nov. 19 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the clubhouse and ranges at 1906 Enchanted Forest Road. A $6 hamburger, chili and soda will be served in the heated clubhouse. Adults and young shooters will compete in different events. One prize will be awarded for each six shooters. Prizes will be turkeys. Guaranteed tickets are $25 and single individual contest tickets are $5. Contestants can enter the $5 “Buddy Shoot” as many times as they wish. For information call Alan Voorhees at 376-7626 or on the Nov. 19 call 376-5660.
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like soup, salad, sandwiches and “comfort food” like vegetarian chili, grilled cheese and potato salad. Dave and Ioulia together have 27 years of food service behind them. Ioulia will serve while Dave manages the floor and helps out as a server. And Matt? “I’m in the kitchen. Where I belong,” he laughs. The Island Skillet is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., serving breakfast all day. All entries are under $10. For more information, call 376-3984.
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talking about for years, just waiting for the right spot to open up in town,” Matt said. Matt has been cooking at the Deer Harbor Inn Restaurant alongside his brother and co-owner Ryan for the past 14 years. The siblings bought the restaurant from their parents Craig and Pam Carpenter in 2007. As the Deer Harbor restaurant is open just on weekends through the winter, Matt and Sabrina say they are ready to take on a new off-season challenge. At 11 a.m. the Skillet starts serving up lunch items
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STORE HOURS: MONDA Y - SATURD AY 8 am to 9 m p SUND AY 10 am to 8m p
PRICES EFFECTIVE: NOVEMBER 9 THRU NOVEMBER 15, 2011
SUPER MEAT BUYS Fresh Boneless Pork Shoulder Butt Roast
Fresh Split Fryer Breast
Red Ripe Extra Large Roma Tomatoes
Northwest Grown, Jumbo Pack
California Grown Artichokes
Boneless Beef or Rump Roast
USDA Choice ...........................
Fresh Bone-In Pork Shoulder Steak ...........................
Family Pack .............................
DELI MEATS Hempler’s Premium Bacon Johnsonville Cooked Brats
Selected Varieties, 14-oz. Packages ..................................
Nathan’s Bigger than the Bun Beef Franks ....................................................... 16 Oz.
6 2 4
Western Family Oatmeal
Quick or Regular, 42-oz. ...................................
Totino’s Pizza Rolls Selected Varieties, 19.8-oz.
Red Leaf Lettuce California Grown ...................................
79 ¢ 99
2 $ 49 7 2 $ /5
King’s Sandwich Rolls
Western Family Crescent Rolls
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins
/ 10 2 $ /5 $ 99 1 $ 99 2
Kraft Salad Dressing
Washington Grown ................................
Wesson Dreyer’s Canola or Vegetable Ice Cream Oil 48-oz.
Hot, Lean or Croissant Pockets or Side Shots
Selected Varieties, 16-oz. ...................................
Western Family Flour
Regular or Unbleached, 5-lb.. .....................................
Western Family Granulated Sugar
Daisy Sour Cream
Selected Varieties, 8.5 to 9-oz.
Selected Varieties, 12-oz. ...................................
Corn, Green Beans, Peas, Mixed Vegetables or Peas & Carrots, 16-oz.
Family Size 27-oz.
Salted or Unsalted, 1-lb. Quarters
Seattle’s Best Ground Coffee
Western Family Frozen Vegetables
Western Family Butter
Rice Krispies Corn Flakes, 18-oz. ......................
GREAT GROCERY BUYS
12 oz. ...........................
Thick Cut for London Broil
Medium Cheddar Cheese
$ 99 $ 99 $ 99 Western Family
Peppered or Regular 20-oz. Package ................................
Fresh Cat Fish Fillets
USDA Choice Boneless Beef Top Round Steak
$ 99 $ 29 $ 49 Our Own Fresh 99 Hormel $ 89 $ 99 16% Hamburger $ Little Sizzlers Selected Varieties
1 $ 59 2 $ 49 5
$ 99 $ 69
Blackberry White Chocolate Bread Pudding