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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2011 | Vol. 120, No. 97 | WWW.WHIDBEYNEWSTIMES.COM | 75¢

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Hiring, firing freeze aimed at new mayor By JUSTIN BURNETT Staff reporter

Oak Harbor Mayor-elect Scott Dudley is still nearly a month away from taking office yet some of his biggest critics on the city council may be trying to subvert, or at least delay, some of his plans. In a surprise move that caused more than a few jaws to drop at a special meeting Monday, City Councilman Rick Almberg made a lastminute motion to discuss a six-month freeze on the hiring and firing of city employees for budgetary and oper-

ational reasons at the first meeting in December --- a meeting Dudley will not be in town to attend. The motion was immediately seconded by City Councilwoman Beth Munns and carried without discussion. Requests to have something placed on an agenda do not require a vote, only a second. Dudley, who is a sitting city councilman, said in a later interview that he has serious questions about the legality of any action that might limit his ability to fire personnel. However, he said the last

thing he wants to do is foster an adversarial relationship in which “the city council wants to handcuff the mayor.” While he is prepared to abide by any decision, Dudley is not planning to abandon his plans to take a hard look at each department and determine what, if any, changes need to be made. “In the worst case scenario, that would give me six months to make a good decision,” Dudley said. While leaving Monday’s meeting, Dudley said Almberg’s motion came as a complete surprise, but he

believed it was no coincidence that the issue was proposed for discussion on Dec. 6, a night he would be away on family business. “They knew I would be away on an excused absence,” Dudley said. But, while he won’t be at the meeting to defend himself or any actions he has yet to make, a host of supporters plan to be there in his stead. Many were more than put off by the unexpected motion, seeing it as the action of a sore loser who

“In the worst case scenario, that would give me six months to make a good decision.” -- Scott Dudley, mayor-elect

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Tides raise concern about Ala Spit project By JUSTIN BURNETT Staff reporter

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Penny Andrukat and Brian Shelly walk along a section of Ala Spit that was recently battered by waves during a high tide. They, and many other residents, worry that more sediment will be washed away and public access will be lost as the result of recent restoration work.

A restoration project at Ala Spit is once again making waves with concerned North Whidbey residents. Besieged with high tides and blustery winter conditions, a section of the spit the county spent nearly a month removing rip-rap from this past fall began to give way Wednesday, Nov. 23, when large amounts of newly placed sediment began washing into the adjacent estuary. Brian Shelly, a park regular and Sleeper Road resident, was present when seawater began to carve paths through the spit and eventually spill over the top, carrying with it what he described as about two-thirds of the driftwood that was strategically placed along the beach as natural armoring.

“It was ridiculous and awesome both at the same time,” Shelly said. But while many in the community, such as Shelly, are now shaking their heads and have come down with a case of the “I told you sos,” Island County Public Health officials and members of the department’s hired environmental consulting firm are breathing a sigh of relief as the project is unfolding just like it was supposed to. “Everything going on out SEE ALA SPIT, A2

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they would have to be kept in cages that have covers. She stressed the proposed ordinance won’t affect current covenants on homes in homeowners associations. For example, Peaceful Valley, located on the east side of town, doesn’t allow chickens on member properties. The public hearing will take place Tuesday, Dec. 13, during the Coupeville Town Council meeting held in the Commissioners’ Hearing Room in the Courthouse Annex Building. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.

Coupeville could be where the chickens come home to roost if an ordinance is approved next month. The Coupeville Town Council is holding a public hearing Dec. 13 to consider an ordinance that outlines the regulations to raise chickens within town limits. Mayor Nancy Conard said she’s received requests from residents to raise chickens but the current regulations only allow for it on very large lots and only in certain areas of town. Conard said the ordinance will allow for hens only and

By NATHAN WHALEN Staff reporter

Thanks to the prospect of outside dollars, plans to improve the road and utilities on Madrona Way in Coupeville are taking shape. The project is estimated to cost more than $1 million. The town of Coupeville is in line to receive $483,000 in federal and state funding to rebuild Madrona Way from Broadway to Vine Street. The remainder would be covered by town funds.

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The state Department of Revenue notified Island County officials that a new fee that supports the county’s clean water utility will be subject to the business and occupation tax. Public Works Director Bill Oakes said the notification wasn’t a surprise to county officials, who knew the fee would be subject to either a B&O or utility tax. He said the question for commissioners to consider is whether to pass on the 1.8 percent tax to property owners or for the county to pay the tax out of the clean water utility fund. Residential property owners will have to pay a $39.13 clean water utility fee beginning next year. The fee for commercial or industrial properties is calculated based on the amount of impervious surface. The unpopular $62 septic fee was scrapped under the clean water utility. The county will collect the clean water utility fee along with next year’s property taxes. The fee will fund a range of programs aimed at managing ground and surface water.

there is exactly what the science predicted,� Environmental Health Director Jill Wood said. “We’re in the beginning stages of the transformation that is restoration.� The complicated and controversial project is several years in the making. The park was purchased in the 1990s and county officials quickly learned the neck of the spit near the parking lot was eroding. County officials later hired a team of experts, Herrera Environmental Consultants, to

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Because of the extra federal and state money, town officials also want to replace the water and sewer lines that are old and dilapidated and install a sewer lift station. “It’s a pretty sizable project,� Mayor Nancy Conard said after a recent Town Council meeting. Conard estimated the utility project would cost the town approximately $700,000. She said the town has the money from utility fees it collects from residents. Officials

want to be able to combine the utility project with the road surface replacement of Madrona Way. That way, a newly installed road wouldn’t have to be torn up to replace pipes. Conard said she was confident both projects would move forward. The mayor said the pipes buried underneath the road are among the oldest in town. The town was awarded $411,000 from federal sources and $72,000 from the

state. Because of the grant funding, the town can afford a complete replacement of the road. The proposed road project also includes the addition of a pedestrian path and improvements to stormwater drainage. The mayor said she expects to have a proposal for the town council ready in time for a workshop in January. A vote on the project is anticipated in February.

examine the issue and the twoyear study that followed determined that rip-rap — large boulders and crushed chunks of concrete — installed in the 1960s was the culprit. It prohibited the flow of sediment over the spit that occurred naturally during winter storms and high tides. That material is believed to not only be vital for salmon habitat in the estuary but also served to strengthen the western, or lagoon side, of the spit. Based on those findings, the project was pitched to the public as a win for protecting longterm public access, restoring juvenile salmon habitat and controlling erosion. In a September Whidbey News-Times story, just before construction efforts began, Wood addressed a wave of community concern about a possible breach and other potential problems, such as a washed-out parking lot, by saying that the project was preventative in nature. It is a “proactive� approach to making sure those kinds of things don’t happen, she said. Shelly, who has questioned the science from the begin-

ning, said watching nearly a foot of water flowing over about 100 feet of the spit last week did not make him a believer. If that much sediment washed into the lagoon after a moderately high tide, he said he can’t help but wonder what will happen later when waters rise even higher. “Unless you have hip waders, you’ll have a hard time walking out there on a high tide,� Shelly said. Some of the year’s highest tides will occur over the Christmas weekend. According to Jose Carrasquero, project manager for Herrera, getting your feet wet while trying to access the northern part of the spit on a high tide during winter is nothing new. While it wasn’t as extreme, and the rip-rap kept everything in place, it’s been happening for many years, he said. He called public access a “tricky� component of the project, clarifying that the intent was never to create a wheelchair-accessible trail. He said the goal is and has always been to restore the spit to its original and natural state, which means there may be

times when you have to hop a puddle or scale a few logs. Carrasquero said the spit will reach a natural equilibrium and eventually stabilize into a landmass that will pretty much always be accessible to the general public. How fast that happens will depend on the severity and frequency of winter storms, so it could be the end of the season or years. Carrasquero doesn’t live on Whidbey Island, but he said he’s been taking his family to Ala Spit for years and cares about the location and its well being. The work that was done was a good thing, but it will take some time to see the results. “It’s like open heart surgery,� Carrasquero said. “Sometimes it looks ugly before its looks better.� Shelly isn’t alone in his concerns. Many other community residents are worried that things will get worse and that access to the beloved park will be completely lost. However, Shelly said he’s willing to wait and see if the science behind the project holds up before casting final judgement.

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It’s back. The black fencing that hid the archaeological site on SE Pioneer Way in Oak Harbor for months has been resurrected after a three-week hiatus. Only this time it’s much smaller and in what used to be the northern lane of the now one-way road. According to the city’s weekly construction alert, the new enclosure was erected to shield from view a small triangular area that still needs to be excavated by hand. It could not be included in the original dig site “for the simple reason that it was underneath or just outside the fence,� the alert said. While the new fenced area is much smaller than the first, which stretched about one block from SE Ireland to Ilwaco streets, it’s unfortunately located right in front of Oak Harbor Tavern’s main entrance. “If you’re driving by, you’d never know the place is open,� bar manager Kelly

Beedle said. The $7.6 million Pioneer Way Improvement Project has been a trial for many downtown businesses, but it’s been particularly hard on the historic tavern, which was built in 1859 by city pioneer Capt. Edward Barrington. Mike’s Mini Mart has also been severely affected. Both businesses are on the block where Native American remains were found this past June. At the request of affected tribes, a black-fenced enclosure went up along the block and remained in place for nearly five months before being taken down in November. Beedle said seeing the ominous-looking fencing back up again, this time just feet from her front door, was saddening. However, she was encouraged by the fact that city officials are trying to limit its impact. For example, the enclosure will be taken down for the weekend so it doesn’t mar Saturday’s tree lighting ceremony.

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Rafael Soto of Strider Construction monitors digging on SE Pioneer Way. The black enclosure went back up this week but could be down again soon, this time for good. “We don’t want it up for the holiday festivities,� said Larry Cort, the city’s project manager. However, the work has to be finished and it will go back up again next week. If nothing is found, Cort said it shouldn’t take more than a day or two to wrap up. But there is a possibility additional archaeology would need to be done. Under the city’s original emergency archeological permit with the state Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, a much larger area was supposed to be hand excavated in the norther lane. But city

officials applied for a change last month that may allow the work to be avoided. The plan is to build an elevated parking area about six inches higher than the existing roadway because it would not require workers to dig so deep that it might encounter additional human remains. The city’s request requires tribal input so there is no certainty the permit change will be approved. City Engineer Eric Johnston said conversations with tribal members have left him optimistic of a positive result. Strider Construction, the project contractor, arrived

back in Oak Harbor this week and began work on the unfinished street. If the permit change is approved, and the weather cooperates, work on that block could finish up soon. “Under perfect conditions, we’d be done before Christmas,� Johnston said. On the other hand, if the permit change is rejected and the city is forced to undergo a similar hand excavation effort in the north lane, work on that block could be delayed considerably. And, of course, it would mean the blackfenced enclosure would be up for much longer.

Police search for 31-year-old Oak Harbor woman By JESSIE STENSLAND Staff reporter

Oak Harbor police are asking for the public’s help in finding a 31-year-old woman who disappeared on the day after Thanksgiving. Detective Sgt. Teri Gardner said Melissa Christine Ellis left her Oak Harbor home sometime between 10 and 11 o’clock in the morning of Friday, Nov. 25. She first told family members that she was headed to Coupeville and then said she was going to the beach.

Ellis, a mother of three, commonly rides on Island Transit buses and suffers from memory loss at times, the detective indicated. Her cell phone was found on a sidewalk outside her home and she doesn’t have an ID on her. “Her family would really like to find her very quickly,� Gardner said. Anybody who has information about Ellis’ whereabouts should contact police at 911 or by calling the ICOM dispatch center at 360-679-9567. Ellis’ friends and family have been frantically looking for her. They’ve

searched her favorite beaches and have circulated a flyer in the city. “Melissa we love you. Please come home,� the flyer states. Ellis is described as a white woman with black hair and blue eyes. She is 5-foot-10 and of average weight. She was last seen wearing a gray sweater, blue jeans and a white knitted hat. Ellis also has a couple of distinctive tattoos. She has a picture of her two oldest children tattooed on her left shoulder, a koi fish with a lotus flower tattooed on her right wrist and an alpha omega

Two events next week will pay tribute to survivors of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that occurred on Dec. 7, 1941. The PBY Memorial Foundation will hold a special tribute to Pearl Harbor in conjunction with the Association of Naval Aviators at the CPO Club on Ault Field Road at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 6. A no host luncheon will be followed by a tribute to Pearl Harbor survivors. To commemorate the 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 129 will hold a Remembrance Ceremony Wednesday, Dec. 7, at 10 a.m. at the Whidbey Island Naval Air Station Seaplane Base Marina. A reception will immediately follow at Simard Hall (Building 12).

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MAYOR CONTINUED FROM A1 supported Mayor Jim Slowik in the election. “I thought his (Almberg’s) motion was an attempt to protect his friends and bully the incoming mayor,� said Sandi Peterson, who served as Dudley’s campaign manager. Throughout his long road to the mayor’s seat, Dudley has hinted that he would make staffing changes if elected. However, he has consistently declined to identify any specific positions, saying that he would need to perform reviews before making any decisions. Almberg, one of Dudley’s chief critics on the city council, said in a later interview that he wanted to discuss the issue largely because of budget concerns. Oak Harbor is struggling financially, he said, and the cost of firing personnel who may be awarded severance packages could be as detrimental as hiring new staff. Also, there are some internal policies concerning employment that he said contain “technical ambiguities.� If the new mayor was to fire certain city staff for political reasons, Almberg worries that it could come back to haunt the

city with litigation and that’s a gamble he doesn’t want to take. “I don’t want to tie the mayor’s hands but I don’t want his decisions to adversely affect the city’s financial condition,� Almberg said. He denies purposely scheduling the issue for a meeting Dudley won’t be able to attend. Almberg said he chose Dec. 6 for the simple reason that he will be absent the rest of the month and this is the only time he can address it before Dudley takes office and possible action. Almberg acknowledged that he notified outgoing Mayor Slowik before the meeting that he would be making the motion. He also said he approached Munns and told her he would like a second “if she supported it.� While it’s clear Munns is willing to at least talk about a temporary employment freeze, other city council members are adamantly opposed. Jim Campbell, the only city councilman to publicly throw his support behind Dudley in the mayor’s race, called the move petty. “My candidate didn’t get my way so I’m going to do what I can to slow things down; that was my first reaction,� Campbell said. Campbell learned later about some of the possible

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Rick Almberg problems with the city’s employment policies. He admits they could make it both difficult and expensive to fire staff, including department heads. However, Campbell said they don’t change anything because the rules appear to conflict with state law. “The mayor has a right to do this whether there is a city policy or not,� Campbell said. “If anything else, we can get (the rules) cleared up.� Looking for some answers, Campbell contacted the Municipal Research and Services Center of Washington, an organization that serves as a resource for elected officials and employees of cities and towns dealing with complex issues. Although research center officials no longer provide comment to the media,

Campbell said they made it clear to him that Almberg’s motion oversteps the city council’s power and may even violate state law. “It is beyond the council’s authority to prevent the mayor from firing employees, even for a limited period of time, because the authority to fire city employees is given by statute to the mayor,� wrote research center legal consultant Bob Meinig in an email to Campbell. While a city council may legally impose a hiring freeze, or even eliminate certain positions, Meinig wrote that firing is a different story. Not only does state law grant that privilege solely to the mayor, but hindering that right would make it difficult to remove an employee who may deserve termination for reasons that don’t involve politics.

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MONDAY, NOV. 28 At 11:09 a.m., a resident of Highway 20 reported that a suspicious person called from Quebec and asked for “Grandma.�

SUNDAY, NOV. 27 At 8:04 a.m., a Blackberry Lane resident reported that someone dumped tree limbs on his front lawn. At 1:51 p.m., a resident of a home on Highway 20 reported that his older brother threatened to kill him with screwdrivers, a machete and other items. The caller said his brother is mad because he won’t lend him money.

SATURDAY, NOV. 26 At 8:33 a.m., a Polnell Road resident reported that wood next to a fireplace caught on fire inside the home. The caller was able to extinguish the fire. At 3:02 p.m., a driver reported that something flew off a truck on Highway 20 at Arnold Road and shattered his windshield.

FRIDAY, NOV. 25 At 5:42 p.m., a Azalea Place resident reported that someone stole a can of fuel.

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23 At 1:37 p.m., a Bur-

roughs Avenue resident reported that three suspicious people were going door to door selling Kirby vacuums. The caller said they were very aggressive. At 2:24 p.m., a caller reported that a large amount of oil spilled all over the parking lot at Liberty Market. The Department of Ecology reported that it was actually about two gallons of hydraulic fluid from a delivery truck that blew a hose in the parking lot. None of the pollution went into drains. At 3:37 p.m., a caller reported that a couple of male squatters were in a house on Fort Nugent Road. At 5:18 p.m., there was a report that Navy security had stopped a possible drunk driver at the Langley gate. At 6:33 p.m., a caller reported that six suspicious people wearing “hooded clothing� were walking around the Rolling Hills neighborhood. At 7:01 p.m., a caller reported that a pitbull charged at him on Libbey Road.

TUESDAY, NOV. 22 At 12:14 a.m., a caller reported that a tree was blocking West Beach Road and power lines were sparking. At 3:20 a.m., a man reported that a tree was on power lines on Devries Road. At 7:17 a.m., a caller reported that a tree was across Turningleaf Lane. At 10:50 a.m., there was a report of a telephone pole that had fallen on

Roberts Road. At 1:02 p.m., a Kinkaid Drive resident reported that she has a chicken in her kitchen and she wants a deputy to help her find the owner. She said she didn’t want to put the chicken outside because it might get hurt or wander off. At 1:26 p.m., a caller reported that a home on Miller Road may have been burglarized. At 4:22 p.m., a driver reported that a large black bull was on Miller Road. At 7:30 p.m., a caller reported that a woman slapped a man on the wrist at a Larkspur Circle home.

MONDAY, NOV. 21 At 10:37 a.m., a caller reported that two dogs were running into traffic and forcing drivers to slam on their brakes on Highway 20 near Sidney Street. At 11:41 a.m., a caller reported that wind blew trees over at an Admirals Cove home and the trees were hanging precariously over a fence. At 12:48 p.m., a Woody Place resident reported that a neighbor was cutting trees and they were falling on the caller’s property. At 2:01 p.m., a caller reported receiving an email from a man in Nigeria who wanted the caller to send money to rent a house in Oak Harbor. The caller thinks it was a fraud. At 3:10 p.m., a woman reported that people in a white Ford truck were tailgating and intimidating her on Highway 525 near Admirals Drive. At 3:25 p.m., a Straw-

Whidbey General Hospital welcomes Matthew J. Marquart, DO Dr. Marquart is a graduate of Western University of Health Sciences’ College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific. He completed his internship and Orthopedic Surgery residency at Genesys Regional Medical Center. Dr. Marquart will be joining the staff at Whidbey Orthopedic Surgeons 80 N. Main Street, Coupeville 360-678-4424 360-321-1226

berry Point Road resident reported that someone stole a cord of wood. At 4:56 p.m., a caller reported that something fell off a vehicle near the cow crater and caused sparks as it moved across the road. At 5:19 p.m., a Waterloo Road resident reported that her estranged husband’s Navy commander emailed her and told her she had to give her husband their vehicle, even though the divorce wasn’t finalized. At 7:26 p.m., a Heller Road resident reported that a neighbor came to visit and stole some medical marijuana. At 8:16 p.m., a Viewcrest Place resident reported a case of vandalism and vehicle prowling. At 11:14 p.m., there was a report that a man was pushing a woman at the All Sports Pub. They left in a blue and white Chevrolet S-10. At 11:31 p.m., a W. Sleeper Road resident reported that her husband stole her vehicle.

Oak Harbor child rape suspect sought By JESSIE STENSLAND Staff reporter

A 21-year-old former Oak Harbor man is wanted on a $100,000 warrant in connection with a child rape case, court documents state. Prosecutors charged James Lee Hoholik in Island County Superior Court Nov. 21 with three counts of rape of a child in the third degree. Under the definition of the charge, Hoholik is accused of having sex with a child who was at least 12 but less than 14 years old when he was at least 36 months older than the child. The mother of the alleged victim found out about the assault and reported it to police earlier this year. The woman explained that Hoholik and his girlfriend lived in a travel trailer on the family’s property on DeGraff Road from late 2009 to early 2010.

Detective Laura Price with the Island County Sheriff’s Office interviewed the alleged victim, who was 13 years old at the time of the assaults. The girl reported that Hoholik had sex with her multiple times, even after she repeatedly told him no, the report states. The girl’s mother eventually kicked Hoholik and his girlfriend off the property because they didn’t help around the house, as they had promised. The mother claimed Homolik and his girlfriend often fought because he had sex with a 13-year-old girl in Nevada. Detective Price has been unable to locate Hoholik or his girlfriend. If convicted of the charges against him, Hoholik could face from about 12 to 16 years in prison under the standard sentencing range.

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How much will the people pay? Tenth District legislators have joined their comrades in Olympia in yet-another attempt to make expenditures match income. It’s an almost impossible task with the economy in its fourth year of the doldrums marked by high unemployment and increasing human needs while there isn’t even enough revenue to maintain the status quo. Teachers throughout Whidbey Island have literally demonstrated their opposition to more education cuts. Education is by law the state’s top priority but since it’s also the top expenditure, it’s always the natural place to look to save money. Education hasn’t been decimated over the past few years of recession, but whatever fat was there has been squeezed out. In Oak Harbor, teaching positions go unfilled, the campuses aren’t quite as sparkling due to janitorial layoffs, and administrators are ordered to do more with less while maintaining a quality education. This special session and the ensuing regulation session which begins in January could have dire consequences for the district if levy equalization dollars are cut, as the governor has proposed. Coupeville schools are also hanging on by a thread, and the same is true on South Whidbey. It would be easy to maintain education funding if it weren’t for other human needs that go unmet as legislators continue to hack away at the budget. Nursing homes feel threatened and raise the prospect of closing or turning clients away due to lack of state support. The state health care program is in tatters, with thousands cut from the rolls already. That just means more patients heading for hospital emergency rooms, which themselves are desperate for more funding. Meanwhile, the lowly taxpayer has his or her own concerns. Inflation is higher than the government will admit, people lucky enough to have jobs likely haven’t had a decent raise in several years, housing values are in the tank and any investment that doesn’t actually lose money is considered a good one. But, as always, it’s the taxpayer who’s being eyed to bail out education, health care and other important state and local needs. Will voters approve tax increases once the need is clearly demonstrated, or are they too frightened by this ugly recession to spend more of their precious resources on government services? That’s the big question, and right now nobody has the answer.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR "OPOZNJUZ DIFBQFOTTQFFDI I would like to say bravo to the choice of moving to a Facebook linked comment section at www. whidbeynewstimes.com. I have not had a chance to read the news lately and was pleasantly surprised to see the new comments section. Oddly enough, quite a few readers’ comments were negative to the change. A fair amount seemed to say that it was an end to free speech and that many people who have commented anonymously in the past say they will no longer comment. Why is that? Freedom of speech is cherished in this country and as any reader of this paper knows, I have my opinions and have on occasion engaged in some very lively debates. I have appreciated all of them and some have

changed my view of certain topics, but I take pride in never having done them anonymously. The ability to speak our minds publicly should be valued and having the need to opine from behind a mask of anonymity cheapens the right of free speech we have. I doubt any of us expressing our opinions here at the Whidbey News-Times are in the federal witness protection program or seeking shelter as a whistle-blower. If you chose not to speak without anonymity, I feel it cheapens the dedication to your ideals, your voice will not be heard, and you will be missed in this forum. A right not exercised is a right lost. Ken Jenzen Oak Harbor

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anymore; they are extinct. How can chinook salmon be extinct and still account for 80 percent of the diet of Southern Resident Orcas as claimed in the Orca Network article (Whidbey News, Sept. 11)? Chinook are not extinct, nor are 13 species of salmon endangered, but some of their “runs� may be. Species is a term used to classify organisms with similar genetic characteristics. Species of salmon, such as chinook, chum, coho, pink and sockeye, each consist of hundreds of populations (called runs or races) in rivers from Alaska to California. Runs may cease to exist or decline in a given system, but the effect on the entire species may be minimal. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be concerned about decreases in the abundance of individual salmon runs -- just be more precise about the terminology and

the problem. The loss of chinook RUNS may influence the lives of Orcas, as well as those of fishermen, eh? Bernard Einar Skud Marine biologist (ret.)

/PUIJOHTVQFS BCPVUDPNNJUUFF I would like to see Milt Priggee revise his Nov. 23 cartoon to show not only the elephant on one side but the donkey on the other side and the American people stuck in the phone booth as a result of this less-than “Super-Committee.� They are stubborn and narrow minded and have done a disservice to this country and the American people that elected them. They all should be voted out of office. And our less-thancommander-in-chief should have shown more of a presence during this process. Rainy Lindell Coupeville

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$FOUSBM8IJECFZ HJWFSTSFTQPOE Gifts from the Heart food bank would like to thank our community for their support in helping us to make the Thanksgiving holiday a little brighter for many families in need on Central Whidbey. We were able to supply 173 families with all the fixings for Thanksgiving dinner! Each family received a turkey, stuffing, potatoes, Hubbard squash from Pioneer Farms, rolls, Jello salad, yams, cranberries and a pumpkin pie along with other food to help make ends meet for the rest of the month. A special thanks to our friends at Prairie Center Red Apple for juggling all of our special orders leading up to the holiday. Also thanks to Jeannett Wendell, the food services director at the high school who let us store 30 cases of frozen turkeys in the school’s freezer. A big thanks to the students and staff at the high school who held a food drive in November resulting in over 3,000 items of food. Donations of money and food were also received from many individuals, businesses and service groups and were all put to good use for Thanksgiving. We served 17 percent more families this year over last Thanksgiving. While the need continues to increase, so does our community’s commitment to supporting those in need. All of the volunteers at the food bank and I would like to say we are very thankful for your generosity. Molly Hughes GFTH food bank

5IBOLT GPSUIFTFBTPO Once again, many thanks to those who love our community and decorate the streets of Oak Harbor with snowmen, snowflakes and Christmas trees! And the beautiful tree at Dock and Pioneer! And the merchants who make the downtown so festive! And stock gifts right in Oak Harbor. And for the churches which continue to bring meaning to the season, which is so evident in the spirit of giving. Joy Oldemeyer Oak Harbor

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infinite nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Charlie’s military career traveled Mommy far and wide, but Mommy kept true to her sense of self and her heritage as she always kept all her family and extended families close to her heart. Peace and Aloha Mommy. Services entrusted to Wallin Funeral Home & Cremation LLC, Oak Harbor will be held Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 1 p.m. at Wallin Funeral Home. A reception will be held immediately after the service at the home of Annie and Al Fakkema, 2096 NW Crosby Road, Oak Harbor. Please join the family.

Gladys Morrison

Gladys Kaulawelonaokala Palakiko Morrison It is with heavy hearts and great sadness that we share news of the passing of our precious friend, bride, mommy, sister, Gramma, and Kupuna. Gladys Kaulawelonaokala Palakiko Morrison was born July 26,1935, and died Nov. 28, 2011. Gladys was preceded in death by her loving parents, Annie and Orson Palakiko of Aiea, Hawaii, and her daughter-in-law, Pamillia Faye Morrison. Born July 26, 1935, in Honolulu to Native Hawaiian parents, Gladys and her family survived the bombing of Pearl Harbor. She continued to live in the area until she would eventually meet and marry her loving husband of 53 years, Charlie Morrison. Married at NAS Barbers Point on Nov. 3, 1958, Mommy and Daddy would begin a journey in Hawaii that would take them through California, Texas, and ultimately bring them to Whidbey Island Naval Air Station in 1972, where they would set roots with their seven children and raise their family. While Daddy traveled the world finishing out his 30-year naval career, Mommy stayed home and excelled at her title role in life as Matriarch of the Morrison Ohana, illustrating to her children the importance of strength of family, honesty, kindness and heritage. Gladys was always a part of her children’s days from teaching them how to catch the biggest fish to coaching them the finer skills of baseball and softball. Mommy was always there for her family. Through thick and thin, good times and the best of times. She will be treasured forever. Mommy is remembered and forever loved by her husband of 53 years, Charles Morrison; her two sisters, Ruby Kahoopii of Pearl City, Hawaii, and Joy Palakiko of Waianae, Hawaii; her children who will cherish her always, John (Jeanene), George (Suzy), Patrik, Kanani, Loreene (David), Annie (Al) and Debbie (Dwain); also by her 17 adoring grand- and great-grandchildren, Joe and Shea (Savannah, Victoria, Leland), Sharanna (Brayden), Kristina(Preston, Jackson), Craig and Jennifer (Aiden), Charlie, Carl, Mason and Marissa; also by loving

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He served in the United States Army and was honorably discharged. He attended Bellingham Technical College graduating as machinist/ welder. Victor loved the outdoors and worked the majority of his life in the fishing industry as a deckhand, boat repairman and in cannery operations around Puget Sound and Alaska. When he retired from fishing, he got his for-hire license and became a taxi driver. For the last several years he worked the taxistand at the Tulalip Casino and loved the variety of people he met and the brotherhood of drivers he worked with. Victor was a very kind soul with a generous heart and would help anyone in distress. He is survived by his parents, George Juno of Oak Harbor and Rachel Trujillo of Pueblo, Colo.; siblings, Chris Juno, Frank Juno and Rose Zuberman; nephew, Nicholas Juno; and beloved cat, Weddo. A memorial service will be held Saturday, Dec. 3, at 11:30 a.m. in the Chinook Rooms at the Tulalip Casino in Marysville. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Humane Society. An online guest book is available at www. SchaeferShipmanFuneral.com.

Patricia Latham

Patricia Rose Latham Patricia Rose Latham, 77, of Oak Harbor, passed away at her home Oct. 22, 2011, surrounded by her two sons. She was born Feb. 11, 1934, in London, Ontario, to Cecil and Gertrude (Lowe) Johnston. Pat worked hard as a bartender to raise her three children, Pamela, David and Jeff. Later in her life, Pat traveled to many parts of the world. She loved to paint, knit, cook and garden. Pat is survived by her three children; two granddaughters, Dianne Wyciskala, and Annalise Walker; and a great-grandson, Remy Wyciskala. Pat’s ashes will be scattered in the spring near Snoqualmie Falls. Family and friends may sign an online registry and leave memories at www. burleyfuneralchapel.com.

Victor Juno

Victor Juno Victor Juno died suddenly at the age of 53 on Nov. 19, 2011, in Port Susan, Wash. Victor attended Oak Harbor High School and graduated from St. Mary’s in Colorado Springs, Colo.

Adolph Meisch, Sr.

Adolph P. Meisch, Sr. Adolph Paul “Mickey� Meisch, Sr. died at his home surrounded by family on Nov. 26, 2011. He was born Nov. 22, 1926, in Aurora, Ill., to Adolph C. and Rosamond Meisch, the oldest of seven children. Adolph was an award winning ice and roller figure skater. At the age of 17, he quit high school and enlisted in the U.S. Navy. He was married to Dolores M. Trafton in Anacortes on Jan. 26, 1946. Mickey developed a love of flying as a young man and purchased his own plane. Flying became his second love and he continued flying into the 1990s. He served as an aircraft mechanic with the Navy, retiring on his birthday in 1967 as an ADRC (E-7). Adolph spent his last duty station at Sand Point Naval Station, Seattle and made his home in Bothell. Following retirement, he began a second 20-year career as chief mechanic with Kenmore Air. While in Bothell, Adolph and Dolores were active members of St. Brendan’s Catholic Church. In 1990, the Meisches grew tired of the traffic of the city and moved to Oak Harbor. Mickey was an avid builder of models, pop-can airplanes,

building display models and flying models. He was a longtime Boy Scout leader and a former commissioner with the Boy Scouts of America. He enjoyed the outdoors and was an avid bicyclist for many years. Adolph and Dolores were active members of St. Mary’s Catholic Church of Coupeville, members of the PBY/Catalina International Association (CIA) and pioneer members (Plank Holders) of the PBYMF. He was a member of the Fleet Reserve Association, Branch 97, and the American Legion, George Morris Post 129, both of Oak Harbor, the AOPA, the Navy Museum of Flight of Pensacola, Fla., the Seattle Museum of Flight, and the Knights Of Columbus. Mickey is survived by eight children, Dolores Struthers of Calloway, Minn., Rosanne Berkey (Bill) of Las Vegas, Adolph “Skip� Jr. of Oak Harbor, Cheryl (Doug) Parrott of Edmonds, Susan Meisch of Arlington, Wash., Tim Meisch Sr (Cheryl) of Bothell, Roberta Phillips (Craig) of Bothell, and Jill-ann Cooper of Atlanta; by two sisters, Rosanne Henningson of Naperville, Ill., and Roberta Bates of Batavia, Ill.; one brother, Tom Meisch, Sr. of Fresno, Calif; 16 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Nicholas C. Meisch (son), Tricia and Tracy Jackson (grandchildren), Duane Struthers (son-in-law), Roberta Meisch (daughter-in-law) and three brothers, John I., John B. and Richard J. Meisch preceded him in death. Funeral mass for Adolph Meisch will be celebrated Friday, Dec. 9 at 11 a.m. at St. Augustine’s Catholic Church, Oak Harbor with Rev. Philip Raether as Celebrant and Rev. John Madigan as Con-Celebrant. Private family inurnment will follow at Grandview Cemetery, Anacortes, at a later date. Memorials may be made to the PBY Memorial Foundation, PO Box 941, Oak Harbor, WA 98277-0941. Friends and family are encouraged to share memories and condolences at www.wallinfuneralhome. com. Arrangements are entrusted to Wallin Funeral Home & Cremation, Oak Harbor.

Marian S. Merrill

Marian S. Merrill Marian Merrill, 91, went to be with her Lord and Savior Nov. 22, 2011, with her family at her side at Emerald Heights in Redmond, Wash. A memorial service will be held at Emerald Heights on Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 2 p.m. Arrangements were entrusted to Burley Funeral Chapel in Oak Harbor where friends may go online at www. burleyfuneralchapel.com to sign a guest register and leave memories for the family.


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Central Whidbey Fire airs levy lid increase Central Whidbey Island Fire and Rescue invites the public to talk taxes at the meeting of the Board of Fire Commissioners on Thursday, Dec. 8, at 5 p.m. at 1164 Race Road south of Coupeville. The board is seeking public input about a possible levy lid lift for 2012, and will vote that evening on whether to place it on the ballot. “Community participation is important to this process and actively encouraged,� said Fire Chief Ed Hartin in a news release. The chief said two primary issues are behind the request for the levy lid lift: A shortage of volunteer firefighters, and equipment maintenance and replacement. “Both issues are impacting the fire district’s ability to respond to emergency calls with enough personnel and the right equipment,� Hartin said.

The board is planning to ask the community for a levy lid lift of 34 cents per $1,000 of assessed valuation, which equates to approximately $8.50 per month or $102 annually for the owner of a $300,000 home. Levy funds will pay for a training captain to focus on volunteer recruitment and retention, a firefighter/mechanic to maintain emergency vehicles in-house, and equipment repair and replacement. Short term, the board anticipates this will improve CWIFR’s ability to respond to daytime and multiple emergencies with two additional personnel and wellmaintained equipment. Long term, it will save CWIFR money on personnel costs through the use of volunteers, repairing equipment in house, and paying cash for equipment replacement when needed. Community members are encouraged to attend and speak at the public

meeting. Those unable to attend the meeting but interested in submitting comments may email them to Chief Hartin at ehartin@cwfire.org, or mail letters to CWIFR, 1164 Race Road, Coupeville, WA 98239. Since 1928 residents of Central Whidbey Island have volunteered their time and money to provide emergency services for the community. Today Central Whidbey Island Fire and Rescue remains a largely volunteer fire department providing a 24-hour response to 10,000 people in Coupeville, Greenbank and unincorporated areas of Central Whidbey Island. “CWIFR believes in paying for expenses as they occur, as opposed to borrowing money and paying interest,� Hartin said. “It is debt-free, operates under a balanced budget, and has passed all independent financial audits.�

Island County museum seeks holiday photos The Island County Historical Museum wants to use your holiday photos as part of their “Christmas In Our County� exhibit. The museum’s goal is to collect as many copies of

holiday photos and family photo-cards as possible to be part of a large collage. The special exhibit will be on display through Jan. 8. Any photos in color or black and white will be copied

for the exhibit and the originals returned to the owner. The photos don’t have to be from Island County but must represent families and individuals from Island County, past or present, and must be

holiday-related. Letting ICHS use your photos for the holiday exhibit also gets you free admission to the museum. For information call 678-3310.

The holidays can be especially difficult when grieving a loss

404 N. Main St. on Saturday, Dec. 3, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event will include a raffle, prizes, free tea and snacks. Call 720-2276.

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ADMIRALTY HEAD LIGHTHOUSE will have special hours through the holiday season. Enjoy traditional Christmas decorations and find unique gifts for the whole family in the gift shop. Hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. every weekend, except Christmas Day, and all week until New Year’s Day. Call 240-5584. DECEPTION PASS TOURS has chosen Oak Harbor to be the home of its new gray whale watching tour business. The seasonal operation begins in March with tours departing from the Oak Harbor Marina Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. HUMMINGBIRD FARM is hosting its annual PETS AT THE FARM WITH SANTA photography benefit Saturday, Dec. 3, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event raises funds for FETCH! FETCH!, a nonprofit organization that supports off-leash parks on Whidbey Island. Reservations are recommended. Call 679-5044. Coupeville Natural and Tea & Treasure will hold an all-day OPEN HOUSE at

CASUAL HOUSE on Pioneer Way will host its annual “Just For You� holiday event Thursday, Dec. 8, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Included this year is wine tasting, a fashion show, specials, refreshments and door prizes. Call 675-2541. The PURPLE BENCH, ANTIQUES & GARDEN in Oak Harbor will be open through Christmas for holiday shopping. Located at 1440 Arnold Road, the shop includes gardens, fountains, garden art and a mix of antiques and collectibles. Call 632-4635. PLATINUM DENTAL in Oak Harbor is now offering denture services after welcoming Jorge Vizcarra to the practice. Vizcarra is a fully licensed denturist and specializes in all types of full as well as partial dentures. Call 682-5488. 3 SISTERS FAMILY FARM will host a farmers market Saturday, Dec. 17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. About 15 vendors are expected to attend, including 5 Acre Farm, Whidbey Inspirations, and Old Man Merlin dog treats. Call 675-2136.

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-PCCFTUBFMTIJOFTUISPVHIBEWFSTJUZBU846 Persistence, patience pays off for OHHS grad By JIM WALLER Sports editor

Marshall Lobbestael’s Oak Harbor High School football career had a fairy-tale feel, including a wish-upon-a-star state title in 2006. He parlayed that success into a scholarship to Washington State University where his career turned from a fairy tale to a twisted fable. In this version of “The Tortoise and the Hare,� Aesop was channeling Stephen King.

Lobbestael’s dogged persistence didn’t result in first place, first string or first-team all-conference. It did, however, prove as a person and a teammate, he is first class. Suffering through a series of setbacks, Lobbestael had every right to be bitter, but he handled them with maturity and integrity. Why? “Because I love being a Coug, love WSU.� One of the first hurdles was a coaching change after Lobbestael’s freshman year. Since he wasn’t recruited by the new coaching staff, he “wasn’t their guy,� as Lobbestael’s father, Ric Lobbestael, said. It created an atmosphere of “one mistake

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Marshall Lobbestael completes a pass against the University of Washington in his final game for WSU. He finished the day 29-of-42 for 344 yards and three touchdowns. He also ran for a touchdown that was called back because of a penalty.

and you are out,� he said. In addition to receiving some starts because of injuries to other quarterbacks, Marshall Lobbestael worked his way to the starting job three times. Three times he was replaced. Ric Lobbestael said it was difficult on his son, who didn’t want to become the starting quarterback “by default.� Marshall Lobbestael redshirted his first year, then began the next as third string. Injuries pushed him into the starting lineup and he started three more games before suffering a serious knee injury that ended his season; he had a second minor surgery the following summer. Slowed by the injury, he split time in the first two games of his sophomore season with senior Kevin Lopina, then started the third and the fourth. Then the coaches decided to go with freshman Jeff Tuel. A season-ending injury to Tuel gave Lobbestael another shot, but a few games later, he was replaced by Lopina. Lobbestael sat his junior year as Tuel started throughout. Sickness and injury struck Tuel at the beginning of this season, and Lobbestael took over and took off. He rattled off three straight 300-yard games, the first time a Coug had achieved the feat since 2007. Although Lobbestael led the Cougars to a 3-2 record and was among the nation’s leading passers, Tuel was handed the starting job once he was healthy. Two losses later, Tuel was re-injured and finished for the year. Lobbestael started in a loss to UCLA, and then after two series against Arizona State, was benched for freshman Connor Halliday. Despite having the second highest season completion rate in school history, Lobbestael sat the next week -- Senior Day at WSU -- as Halliday played the entire game and the Cougars lost. Halliday was hurt and Lobbestael was thrust back into the starting lineup for the season finale at Washington. As Ric Lobbestael said in regard to his son’s career: “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.� His son got the message

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Marshall Lobbestael listens to the coaches as the offense huddles on the sideline while the defense in on the field. The Oak Harbor High School graduate started the game, a 38-21 loss, at quarterback for Washington State University. and handled all the adversity with class. He never saw Tuel and Halliday as the enemy trying to steal his job. “The quarterback group,â€? Marshall Lobbestael said, “as a whole is really close‌We have a great relationship.â€? He added that it was important that the quarterbacks had each other’s back, and that he “trusted the coach’s decision to give us the best chance to win.â€? He said sitting on Senior Day was hard, but “even though I didn’t play, I feel like I had a role in the game, and when you have a strong relationship and love for a guy in there like Jeff and Connor, it makes its easier to support them.â€? When he was supplanted by Tuel early in his career, Lobbestael did consider transferring, but his affection for Washington State won out: “I wanted to stick it out and try to help the team however I could whether I was playing or not.â€? He added, “I knew I had tried my best and knew that I had to continue to prepare

myself like I was the starter‌so I could be ready if the team needed me.â€? Lobbestael said his highschool days helped him handle the difficulties he faced at WSU: “Looking back on how fun it was helped me find joy in the college game and get back to having fun and playing my game even when I struggled or when times were tough.â€? Ric Lobbestael saw his son grow through his college career: “He is more mature, developed inner strength; and he now sees problems as solvable, not defeating. I admire him; he didn’t pout. He learned to leave the baggage behind.â€? WSU offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Todd Sturdy called Lobbestael “a great personâ€? and “a great teammate.â€? He added, “He has a great work ethic and passion for the game‌.I would recommend Marshall to the people I hold dearest to my heart.â€? Head coach Paul Wulff said, “He could have left at any time, but I’m so proud

with how he hung in there. He stayed with this football team to help us, and he did a lot of good for this team in so many ways behind the scenes that a lot of people don’t understand.� Lobbestael left his mark in the Washington State record book as well. He finished ninth on the all-time touchdown pass list with 26, and was eighth with 335 career completions and 10th with 603 attempts. Lobbestael will graduate this spring with a major in psychology and minors in human development and English. He said when he thinks about the future, “coaching at the high-school level� keeps coming up. He said, “I had great coaches in all three sports I played in high school that had a very positive influence on me as both a person and an athlete, and I would like to have a chance to have that same influence on high-school students and student-athletes.� Sounds like this fairy tale isn’t finished.


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PREP ROUNDUP 5PPNBOZUVSOPWFST 0BL)BSCPSHJSMTMPTF Arlington took advantage of 37 Oak Harbor turnovers to defeat the host Wildcats 51-15 in the season opener for girls basketball Thursday, Dec. 1. Oak Harbor will try to bounce back at home against Squalicum (0-2) Monday, Dec. 5, at 7:30 p.m. The Storm lost to Mount Baker 64-27 Thursday. Both Arlington and Oak Harbor struggled taking care of the basketball during a sloppy first quarter when the teams combined for over 20 turnovers, 13 by the Wildcats. The Eagles, unlike Oak Harbor, took advantage of their extra scoring opportunities to jump to a 14-0 lead. Oak Harbor didn’t score until Annie Leete hit a jumper with 1:14 left in the period. Arlington raised its firstquarter 17-2 lead to 21-2 before Leete fired in a long three. The Eagles ended the half with a 26-9 cushion. A Leete bucket was all Oak Harbor could muster in the third period, and the Wildcats trailed 45-11 after three quarters. Oak Harbor coach Trisha Clayville said her club had “bigtime jitters� entering the game. She said after things settled down there were “flashes of good things.�

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WWW.WHIDBEYNEWSTIMES.COM relays: 200 medley, Jacob Jepsen, Josh Jepsen, John Kaltenbach, Toren Wood, 1:49.31; 200 free, Levy, Kaltenbach, David Kusnick, Ryan Cuajunco, 1:44.99; and 400 free, Jacob Jepsen, Wood, Levy, Josh Jepson, 3:45.49. Oak Harbor faces Shorewood and Stanwood at the Shoreline Pool Thursday, Dec. 8, at 2:45 p.m.

She liked how her team rotated better and faster in its zone, and how it attacked the hoop in the fourth quarter. “It’s a starting point,� she said. Leete finished with seven points to lead Oak Harbor. Dominique Jackson added three, Lia Pantoleon and Ciera Wiser two each and Tatiana Cumming one. Arlington hit eight threepointers, four by Megan Abdo, who finished with 13 points. Lindsay Brown also scored 13, and Jensen Evans had 10.

0BL)BSCPSCPZTGBMM JOTFBTPOPQFOFS Cascade outscored the Oak Harbor boys basketball team 23-14 in the fourth quarter to pull out a 59-52 win on the Wildcats’ court in the season opener for both teams Tuesday, Nov. 29. Oak Harbor goes to Shorecrest (0-1) Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 7:15 p.m. to start Wesco 3A play. The Wildcats appeared to have the momentum heading into the fourth quarter against Cascade, but the Bruins finished the game on an 8-2 run over the final 2:30 to secure the win. Oak Harbor hit the game’s first two buckets, then Cascade reeled off seven straight points and didn’t trail again until late in the third quarter. The Bruins, who led 12-10 after one period, held the game’s biggest lead, 25-18, with 18 seconds left in the second quarter. Oak Harbor’s Matt Burgoyne converted a pair of free throws, then two Cascade turnovers against the Wildcat press resulted in a hoop and two free

GJSTUTFRVBM GJSTUXJOGPSA$BUT Winning 10 of 12 events, the Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team started the season with a 107-79 victory over host Lake Stevens Thursday, Dec. 1. Jacob Jepsen, Josh Jepsen and Kevin Levy each won two individual events and swam on two winning relay teams to power the Wildcats past the Vikings. Jacob Jepsen took the 200yard free style (1:54.08) and the 100 backstroke (57.02), Josh Jepsen won the 200 individual medley (2:04.57) and 100 breaststroke (1:06.1), and Levy captured the 50 free (24.59) and 100 free (55.15). Jeron Kosbar snared the other Oak Harbor individual win in the 100 butterfly (1:04.46). The Wildcats won all three

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throws by Kevawn Brooks, and Oak Harbor trailed by only one, 25-24, at the break. Oak Harbor also finished the third quarter with a flourish. Down 34-30 with 1:52 left, the ‘Cats got eight points from Mike Washington Jr., including a three at the buzzer, to earn their first lead, 38-36, since the opening minutes. Washington Jr. scored all 14 of Oak Harbor’s points in the third quarter and its first eight in the fourth. His three-ball early in the final period gave Oak Harbor a 41-37 lead. Cascade tied the score at 42 and the game remained close until Noah Nelson scored backto-back hoops to give the Bruins a 55-50 lead with 1:33 left. Cascade missed six of its next eight free throws, but Oak Harbor couldn’t take advantage. Washington Jr., who played the game with a sore back, led all scorers with 26 points; Brooks added 11. Burgoyne finished with six, Drew Washington six, Cameron Faulkner four and Elias Whitefoot two. Coach Mike Washington Sr. said his team needs more balanced scoring (two starters failed to score) and to shoot better to be successful. The Wildcats hit only 35.6 percent (16-for-45) of their shots, including 4-for-17 (23.5 percent) from three-point range. Cascade shot 51.2 percent (22for-43). Cascade was led by DuSean Shankle and Nelson with 15 points each.

,BJEBXJOTBHBJO Kaida, a show dog owned by Coupeville’s John Schisel, dominated the Shiba National Championships in Fort Mitchell, Ky., Nov. 18 to 20. On the first day of the three-day event, Kaida won Best of Show among 100 of the country’s top Shibas. On day two, she captured the Best of Opposite sex; then on day three, received an Award of Merit from a provisional judge. Earlier this fall in Abbotsford, B.C., Kaida won Best of Breed in Canada’s largest dog show. She will compete in the Eukanba National Championships Dec. 17 and 18 in Orlando.

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FAITHFUL LIVING By Joan Bay Klope I am drawn to chimes. I recall hearing them during my childhood and they represent positive experiences for me. As a child growing up in an urban setting in California, I recall hearing very routine city sounds—like the sirens of emergency vehicles or neighbors pulling into their driveways. When it was still legal to break the sound barrier over city centers, I’d occasionally hear an explosive sonic boom as pilots flew overhead faster than the speed of sound, on their way to Edward’s Air Force Base in the California desert. Nightly sounds included the mournful cry of a distant train traveling along the Oxnard plain or the noise of large fans stirring the air to prevent the citrus and avocados from freezing. But my favorite sounds were the hourly chimes of a church clock located one street over from my family’s home. They were a sweet reminder that a church, and surely God’s spirit, was present at all times during the night. I began hearing chimes the fall my dad grew critically ill. I didn’t dare mention it at first. That’s because I am the spiritual one and I’m occasionally entertaining to some. But after days of praying that God would draw near to us and make His presence known so we could be comforted as we faced Dad’s impending death, I could not help myself. “Did anyone just hear that?� I quietly asked one morning as we hurriedly grabbed a cup of coffee before heading to the hospital to spend the day with Dad. “I keep hearing chimes. God’s near, you know.� I boldly put it out there, but I spoke the words with trepidation. It’s one thing to write about God and quite another to speak of Him at such a stressful moment -- everyone reacting in various ways to private worries and utter sorrows. While nobody but me heard the chimes, they continued to ring, sweetly and with no warning. I heard them in the hospital hallway as a Hospice chaplain talked to me, asking if she could bring any spiritual comfort to us. I heard them the day I sat beside Dad, who hovered between this world and the next. The afternoon family members and friends gathered to celebrate Dad’s life was the last time I heard those sweet chimes. As I stood in the fellowship hall of Dad’s church to watch people eat and reminisce about their experiences with him, I heard the chimes for the briefest of moments. It was glorious to hear God’s presence. As we decorate our house this year for Christmas, I set out our angel chimes and remember God’s precious and short-time gift. These particular brass chimes work on a simple principle: lighted candles create a warm updraft of air, which moves an impeller carrying small clappers. As the impeller rotates, the clappers ring a set of chimes. The blend of light, gentle motion and sweet sound is best experienced for me in a darkened room, illuminated by Christmas tree lights. It’s the sweet sound of Christmas and love.

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The timeless adventure of “The Nutcracker� will dance into Oak Harbor on the slippered feet of Ballet Slipper dancers in time to warm hearts for the holidays. Watch Clara’s magical dream come to life with the dancers’ gravity-defying motions like “grand jete� and “pique attitude� to the tunes of “Waltz of the Flowers� and “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy.� Tickets are on sale now for performances at Oak Harbor High School on Saturday, Dec. 10 and Sunday, Dec. 11. Mara Powers, 12, will play Clara. She’s been dancing for nine years and also played Clara in 2009. “I love all the dancing,� Powers said, donning a flowing costume to take on the part of

Clara, who receives a nutcracker for Christmas from her godfather. When she falls asleep, she enters a magical world in which the nutcracker grows and everything becomes huge, including mice. Chloe Peterschmidt, 18, will dance a variety of parts in “The Nutcracker.� After 14 years of dancing, this will be her final performance of the famed ballet at the Ballet Slipper. “I like that it’s classic ballet,� Peterschmidt said, adding that she enjoys contributing to the Christmas festivities. Under the tutelage of mistress of dance Diane Geragotelis, the Ballet Slipper staged “The Nutcracker� twice through the Whidbey Playhouse in the past. This is the second time they’re performing it on their own. Geragotelis only invites cer-

tain dancers to join the show. She made all the costumes for the cast of 35 dancers, who perform multiple parts each. Countless hours of practice went into bringing the enchanting journey of a giant nutcracker, a battle with mice and adventures in the land of the Sugar Plum Fairy to life. As they rehearsed, the dancers’ dedication radiated from the tops of their heads to the tips of their ever-moving ballet slippers. “I just have a passion for dance,� said 12-year-old Chelsey Kosbar, who has been dancing for seven years. She plays the part of the rat king, among other roles. “It’s kind of like acting a part and I love acting,� she said. Powers said that ballet “is just a great way to express everything and show everyone

the beauty of dance.� Through their ballet, the dancers will express Clara’s imaginative journey filled with memorable characters, dancing snowflakes and leaping flowers. Afterward, Clara wakes up to realize she’d been dreaming -- “but she wonders if it really was all a dream,� Geragotelis said. The dancers said they look forward to the performances and hope the community attends. “It’s such a great way to bring Christmas spirit to Oak Harbor. They don’t have to go to Seattle or South Whidbey; they can come to their high school and enjoy the classical performance. Everyone should come see it because it’s the best way to continue the holidays,� Powers said.


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Some memories of childhood Christmases always remain close to the heart: receiving the action figure or stuffed animal at the top of your Christmas list, playing with brand new toys beside a Christmas tree and sitting on Santa’s lap. For some children on Whidbey Island, these memories aren’t possible. Soroptimist International of Oak Harbor works to change that with Tree of Hope, their main service project, which benefits Whidbey Island children who need the tree’s hope the most. Tree of Hope asks community members and businesses to purchase toys and clothing to brighten the Christmases of local children in need. “We’re trying to make it so every kid on Whidbey Island will have some kind of great Christmas memories,� said co-chair and Soroptimist member Cheri English. Approximately 300 of the names remain unclaimed, said co-chair and Soroptimist member Rose Freitas. With nearly 800 children already signed up to receive gifts, Tree of Hope needs people or organizations that say, “I want to do something nice for these kids,� and will take one or more names, English said. The program could serve up to 1,000 children this year, since the number of children grows every year, she said. “A lot of people are taking less kids than usual this year,� English said, adding that it’s probably due to the economy. Volunteers can pick up names from Soroptimist members or via email at siohtreeofhope@gmail.com. Volunteers will be provided with the clothing size of the child and a wish list and they should buy new gifts, wrap

them, label them with the child’s name and identification number and deliver them to the Church of Christ in Oak Harbor on Monday, Dec. 12 or Tuesday, Dec. 13. “It’s individual gifts that were given just for Tommy or Sally and wrapped just for them,� English said. The Department of Social and Health Services supplies Soroptimists with the names of families getting assistance but Soroptimists will also look into other struggling families without DSHS assistance. One year, Tree of Hope volunteers purchased a tree and gifts for a family that lost everything in a fire, Freitas said. Even the mother received a present. Before Dec. 17, children in need who aren’t being provided for by another organization or church can be put on a waiting list and nine times out of 10, Tree of Hope can provide for them, Freitas said. “Christmas is my favorite holiday and I like to make sure that the kids have at least one present to open,� Freitas said. “This is a huge community project. Every year I am actually more surprised by how generous they (community members) are and how they step up to help these kids,� English said. “To me, each year it’s just so amazing how this community comes together. It’s just really heart-warming and brings tears to my eyes just thinking about it. It’s just awesome,� Freitas said. When children pick up their gifts, their smiles shine brighter than Christmas lights. They are excited and jumping up and down, English said. “It gives you the warm fuzzies. You get to see these little kids come in and they’re very, very thankful,� English said. “Especially in this economy, there are more people

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Vance Freitas and Tamarah Powell wrap a gift for a child who will enjoy Christmas through Tree of Hope. Volunteers are welcome to help by stopping by the Church of Christ. with nothing so they’re grateful to get something.� “There’s not a dry eye. It’s not a Tree of Hope until the ladies are crying,� English said. An especially striking moment for her was when a 3- or 4-year-old boy received a gift wrapped in a Christmas lights box. “He was jumping up and down saying, ‘I love Christmas lights!’� English said, laughing. When he opened the box and saw that his real gift was Legos, “he was just as enthusiastic about it.� “I can see his face today, years later, and how he was

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to take over for a week to turn the church into a regular Santa’s workshop. Rows and rows of gifts will fill the rooms of the church so the 350 families can celebrate Christmas, Freitas said. Local Toys for Tots drives bring the donations to Tree of Hope and volunteers shop from those toys for children the community didn’t sponsor. Both Starbucks stores in Oak Harbor are also holding toy drives for Tree of Hope, English said. Tree of Hope often struggles in December to find volunteers to take the final

names so Freitas said she hopes people will volunteer early. “It is really a service, giving back to the kids. We believe if we’re helping the children, maybe they’ll grow to be better parents,� English said. This in turn will improve the lives of women and girls, which is the goal of Soroptimist, English said. Volunteers are also welcome to help wrap and organize during the week prior to Dec. 17. To volunteer, stop by the Church of Christ and sign in. For information visit www. sioakharbor.org.

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FIL AM MARKS CHRISTMAS TONIGHT Fil Am of Oak Harbor gets an early start to the season with a Christmas dinner and dance Dec. 3 at 6 p.m. at the CPO Club on Ault Field Road. Music will be provided by Al’s Variations. Cost is $30 per person. Call Bibi, 679-2102.

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LIONS’ TREE SALE IN PROGRESS The Oak Harbor Lions Club is holding its annual Christmas tree sale daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. through Dec. 23 or sold out. The stand is conveniently located in the park next to the Chamber of Commerce, 32630 Highway 20, Oak Harbor. These are local Noble, Douglas, Grand, Fraser and Nordman Fir trees, cut fresh in Deming, Wash., with sizes from 4-feet to 9-feet tall. Prices will be the same as the last two years. All proceeds support community projects.

COUPEVILLE PREPARES FOR THE HOLIDAYS The Greening of Coupeville will be held Dec. 3, with a parade at 4 p.m. on Main Street, lighting of the Christmas tree at Cook’s Corner Park at 5 p.m. and a boat parade at 6 p.m., weather permitting. Call 678-5434.

MERCHANTS CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY Harborside Merchants on the newly made-over Pioneer Way in downtown Oak Harbor welcome the public to a Christmas tree lighting ceremony Dec. 3 at 6:30 p.m. Come see Santa on a fire truck and bring the camera; pets are welcome. Santa will also be available Dec. 10, 4 to 7 p.m.; Dec. 11, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Dec. 17, 4 to 7 p.m.; Dec. 18, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Dec. 19, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Dec. 22, 4 to 7 p.m.; and Dec. 23, 4 to 7 p.m.

MUSEUM BOOKS SANTA FOR SATURDAYS Every Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 3 through Dec. 19, Santa Claus will be at the Island County Museum from 1 to 4 p.m. greeting kids of all ages, and listening to their holiday wishes. Admission to the museum is by donation during those hours for all Santa-believers. Bring your cameras, and capture a historic holiday memory. Also, bring a holiday snapshot to be copied for the museum’s holiday wall (you keep your original). All fun holiday

Pendleton Imaging and Photography. Santa will attend, as well as local pet businesses. Reservations are recommended. Contact lee@ hummingbirdfarmnursery. com or 679-5044 to reserve your time slot. The farm is located at the corner of Fort Nugent and Zylstra roads.

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Santa is sure to make an appearance during the annual Greening of Coupeville parade which takes place today, Saturday, Dec. 3, 4 p.m. on Main and Front streets in Coupeville. The annual event features a tree lighting at Cook’s Corner Park and lighted boat parade that sails by the Coupeville Wharf. Businesses in downtown Coupeville will stay open late to allow for holiday shopping for festival-goers. shots are welcome; goofy sweaters are great. Island County Museum is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday; 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Call 678-3310.

CHOIR PRESENTS HOLIDAY CONCERT Join the Oak Harbor High School Choir Dec. 3 at 1 p.m. for a fundraiser luncheon and holiday concert to follow at 3 p.m. at the high school. The OHMY Boosters will be hosting the luncheon. Proceeds go toward the purchase of four wireless microphones for the students. The luncheon will consist of ham, salad, mac n’ cheese and dessert. The cost will be $5.

BOATS KICK OFF HOLIDAY SEASON Decorate your boat and join the annual Oak Harbor Yacht Club Lighted Boat Parade the evening of Dec. 3. As in the past, the Lighted Boat Parade will coincide with the “Greening of Coupeville” celebration. All boat skippers must report to the skippers’ meeting at 3 p.m. in the lower level Clubhouse of the Oak Harbor Yacht Club. Boats will leave the dock to form the parade line at 4:30 p.m. The parade will pass by the Coupeville pier at approximately 5:30 p.m. For further information, contact Byron Skubi at kbskubi@whidbey.net or 675-8696.

TEDDY BEARS SERVE BREAKFAST Big Brothers Big Sisters of Island County will hold its Teddy Bear Breakfast on Dec. 3 at 9 and 10:30 a.m. Characters will serve pancakes and goodies. Tickets are $6 for under age 12 and $10 for 13 and older. Call 279-0644.

METHODISTS READY FOR BAZAAR The annual Coupeville United Methodist Church Christmas Bazaar will be held Dec. 3, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the corner of Sixth and North Main streets. The bazaar is known for its hand-made Christmas wreaths, fresh-baked goods, quilts and crafts made by the United Methodist Women. In the basement, the Attic Treasures area offers gently used items for sale at bargain prices. Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., featuring a main dish, salad, roll and a piece of home-baked pie. For information call 678-4256.

BUY A BOOK, HELP A SHELTER ANIMAL Local author and animal welfare advocate Ardeth De Vries will sign copies of her latest book, “A Space Between,” at Kingfisher Books on Dec. 3 from 2 to 4 p.m. All proceeds from the book’s sales will be donated

to WAIF to help sheltered animals. Kingfisher Books is located at 16 Front St., Coupeville. Contact 6781078 or ardethdv@comcast. net.

BOOK SALES SUPPORT SCHOOLS In an effort to buy books for Oak Harbor Middle School’s library in light of budget cuts, OHMS PTA will host a book fair at Barnes & Noble in Bellingham on Dec. 3. Barnes & Noble will donate a percentage of every sale made that day to OHMS. Call 279-5316.

WIZARD OF OZ COMES TO THE LIBRARY Oak Harbor Library’s Saturday matinee will be “The Wizard of Oz” on Dec. 3 at 2 p.m. The event is free. The library is located at 1000 SE Regatta Dr. Call 675-5115.

PETS PHOTOGRAPHS TO BOOST FETCH! A pet photography benefit will be held Dec. 3, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Hummingbird Farm Nursery and Gardens. This is a fundraiser for FETCH! (Free Exercise Time for Canines and their Humans), a nonprofit organization that supports off-leash parks on Whidbey Island. Family members and groups are also invited to participate. Professional photography will be provided by

Celebrate the holidays with the Whidbey Community Chorus at a concert Dec. 4 at 4 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, located at 1050 SE Ireland St., Oak Harbor. Bring jingle bells for a community singalong competition that may raise the roof. There will be opportunities to sing carols and join the chorus in Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus.” Admission is free; donations are welcomed. For information call 678-4148 or visit whidbeycommchorus.org.

HOLIDAYS BEGIN WITH MUSIC Whidbey Island’s Own Saratoga Chamber Orchestra will hold a community sing-along “Messiah” on Dec. 4 at 2:30 p.m. at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Freeland. Concert is by donation. Call 360-320-1254 or visit www. saratogachamberorchestra. org.

SOMETHING TO DO ON SUNDAYS Every Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. listen to live music at Taste for Wine at Bayview Corner. Entertainment is free and all ages are welcome. Dec. 4 features the jazzy Baby Bahia. Call 360321-0515.

CREATIVE KIDS MAKE ORNAMENTS North Whidbey Parks and Recreation District’s Creative Kids Club will meet Dec. 6 for “Creating Christmas Ornaments,” at the Oak Harbor Senior Center, 51 SE Jerome St. Event begins at 6:30 p.m. All supplies are provided for just $6.75 for families or $3 per person. Sign up by calling 360-969-6737.

IDIPIC FIGHTS UNDERAGE DRINKING IDIPIC presents its North Whidbey DUI/underage drinking prevention panel on Dec. 6 at 6:45 p.m. at room 137 down the hall from the Oak Harbor Library. Required by local driving instructors for driver’s education students and parents. Call 672-8219 or visit www. idipic.org.

MUSIC TEACHERS NOTE CHRISTMAS The “Merry Christmas Gathering” of the Whidbey Island Music Teachers will be held Dec. 6 at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Lee Beaudoin, 4375 Tea Rose Ct., Oak Harbor. Presentation by Judith Prichard and Rosi Hendrickson is titled, “Inspirations for Teaching from the WSMTA June Conference.” A potluck Christmas brunch will follow. Contact Rosi Hendrickson, 360579-7532, or Lee Beaudoin, 279-2320.

TOASTMASTERS CLUB MEETS Guests are welcome at the Whidbey Sounders Toastmasters Club meeting, held most Tuesdays at San Remo Mediterranean Grill, 421 Midway Blvd., from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Contact Marleene at 360-544-3460.

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The PBY Memorial Foundation will not hold its usual monthly meeting. There will be a special tribute to Pearl Harbor held in conjunction with the ANA at the CPO Club on Ault Field Road at 11:30 a.m. Dec. 6. No host luncheon will be followed by a tribute to the Pearl Harbor survivors and a recording of interviews with the local PH survivors. The next regular luncheon will be Jan. 24. The PBYMF wished all a very happy Thanksgiving.

The Whidbey Playhouse will hold limited performances of “A Child’s Christmas in Wales” from Dec. 8 to 18. Shows are Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. Sunday matinees are at 2:30 p.m. Enjoy the lyrical journey through a young Dylan Thomas’ fondest holiday memories told through poetry and Welsh song. Tickets cost $12 and are available by calling 679-2237. The Playhouse is located at 730 SE Midway Blvd., Oak Harbor. Visit www.whidbeyplayhouse.com.

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8BZTJOXIJDI XFBSFDBMMFE Rev. Kit Ketcham will consider ways we humans have been “called� to a life of joy and responsibility on Sunday, Dec. 4, at 10 a.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation, north of Freeland off Highway 525. Have we been willing, able and joyous or hesitant and resistant to recognize and answer our call? All are welcome. Children’s religious exploration classes and child care will be provided. Visit www.whidbey.com/ uucwi for more information.

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$ISJTUNBTTFSWJDFT PQFOUPQVCMJD The Coupeville United Methodist Church invites the public to special Christmas season services. On Sunday, Dec. 11, the children of the community will present a children’s Christmas play. On Dec. 18, the popular choir will offer their annual Christmas Cantata, a full hour of music and special readings. Christmas Day service will be held on Sunday, Dec. 25. All services will be held at 11 a.m. at the church located on the corner of North Main Street and Sixth Avenue. Daycare is provided and hearing enhancement equipment is available for those who need it. Call 678-4256.

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Also on Dec. 18, the Whidbey Presbyterian Chancel Choir will lead a sing-a-long at 3 p.m. at Regency on Whidbey, 1040 SW Kimball Dr., Oak Harbor. Middle school and high school youth are invited to a Christmas party Wednesday, Dec. 21, at 5:45 p.m. at Whidbey Presbyterian Church. Call Bethany Popkes, youth director, at 679-3579. Whidbey Presbyterian church will conduct two candlelight services Christmas Eve, Saturday, Dec. 24. The family service will be held at 5:30 p.m. and the traditional service at 9 p.m. The church is located at 1148 SE Eighth Ave., Oak Harbor. For more information, call the church office, 679-3579.

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