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WEDNESDAY, December 14, 2011 n VOL. 44, NO. 50 n 75¢

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One Discover Pass for two cars is likely Community foundation Senator Ranker adds transferability to state’s Discover Pass program by COLLEEN SMITH ARMSTRONG Editor/Associate Publisher

It was citizens’ number one complaint: the Discover Pass was only good for one car. A clause in the program that limited transferability between vehicles will become a thing of the past under legislation proposed by state Senator Kevin Ranker, D-Orcas Island. “We’ve known since before we wrote the legislation that it would be a work in progress,” he said. “Often you don’t get it right the first time – you get it out there and then make changes.” Ranker, the prime sponsor of the bill creating the Discover Pass last spring, said in a press release that the intent of his new legislation is to add a level of convenience for prospective purchasers and families across the state. It would amend existing law to allow transferability between two vehicles and would take effect immediately. Current pass holders would be

allowed a second vehicle as well. “Different activities require different vehicles and modes of transportation,” he said. “After hearing from citizens statewide, it’s clear that a non-transferable pass places too large a burden upon already strained family budgets.” The $30 pass ($35 if you buy it online or at a retail store) is now required of anyone who intends to park a vehicle, motorcycle or moped at any state park for longer than 15 minutes. Because of this new fee, all of Washington’s 119 state parks and its 7 million acres of recreation lands were slated to remain open despite a $4.6 billion projected drop in state revenue over the next two years and the many cutbacks in spending that lawmakers have implemented. Visitors can also purchase a $10 day-use permit. Residents who volunteer 24 hours of service per year will receive a complimentary pass and hunters and fishermen will be issued a vehicle access pass for Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife lands when they purchase their game license. Janice and Alan Wiemeyer of Orcas were supportive

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tackles local health care by MEREDITH M. GRIFFITH Staff reporter

A preliminary analysis tipped them off: some islanders are having difficulty getting access to needed medical, dental and mental health care. The Orcas Island Community Foundation wants to know more. “What is the real status of mental, dental and medical care on the island?” asked board member Helen Bee at a recent gathering of health care professionals, philanthropists and other concerned citizens. Over the next year, foundation board members plan to gather as much information as possible on the subject, and they want to hear

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Santa and Orcas Islander Bryce Harvey spend some quality time together. by COLLEEN SMITH ARMSTRONG Editor/Associate Publisher

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Shop locally: Unique, affordable, convenient ... there are a lot of reasons to buy your gifts right here at home. Plus, you support our island’s economy. Spending $100 locally keeps $68 circulating in our community, according to the Andersonville Study of Retail Economics. Spending $100 on the mainland keeps $0 in our community. Many island shops are offering great deals and sales this season to encourage local shoppers to darken their doorways.

Get into the holiday spirit: From concerts to plays, Orcas is having a banner year of holiday offerings. Upcoming musical events include a carolers singalong with Orcas Brass, Orcas Community Band holiday performance and Susan Osborn’s annual Christmas concerts at Victorian Valley Chapel. The Actors’ Theater is producing “The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of ‘A Christmas Carol.’” Emmanuel Church and Orcas Community Church are offering holiday events as well. For details on these happenings, see page nine through 11.

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Donate to the food bank: The Orcas Island Food Bank needs canned meats, peanut butter, soups, jelly, cold cereal, canned vegetables and fruit, vegetable oil, and prepared box mixes. Through the end of December the following real estate offices are drop-off spots: Cherie L. Lindholm Real Estate; Offshore Properties LLC; Orcas Island Realty LLC; T Williams Realty; Windermere Real Estate. Items can be left at the food bank during its hours: Tuesdays, 12:30 to 2 p.m. and Thursdays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Food can also be left in drop boxes at the Orcas Senior Center, Orcas Post Office, Deer Harbor Post Office and Key Bank. For more information, visit www.orcasislandfoodbank.org.

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Buy a holiday wreath or tree: Orcas Montessori School’s holiday fundraiser features hand-made, noble fir wreaths decorated with blue-berried juniper, yellow-tipped incense cedar, pinecones and a red velvet bow. The 24-inch wreaths are $25 and the 36-inch ones are $35 each. Go to Orcas Montessori School, visit www.orcasmontessori.org or call 376-5868. Wreaths will be sold at Island Market on Nov. 19, along with ready-to-bake apple crisps. Salmonberry School’s Annual Christmas Tree Sale is at the corner of Henry Lane and North Beach Road, 3-5:30 p.m. Fridays, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, or by appointment (376-4454). The trees are harvested from small family farms located in the Skagit Valley and Snohomish. They will also have Orcas grown “wild crafted” and live trees for sale.

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Pick a tag from the Giving Tree: The Giving Tree at Island Market is providing Christmas gifts for local children who may otherwise go without. Due to the economy, the number of tags has increased. Stop by the tree to pick up a tag by this Friday and help out an island child in need. There are three gifts per tag, so consider going in with a friend to divvy up the items. To donate money for gifts, call the Orcas Family Resource Center at 376-3184.

from community members. The foundation’s mission is clear: come up with a feasible, measurable and sustainable approach to meet urgent needs on Orcas Island. This initiative is in addition to the foundation’s annual grants distributions, and the budget has not yet been determined. Based on the foundation’s understanding of local philanthropists, said Bee, “If we present donors with clear, achievable goals, we think the pool will grow.” An 18 month-long Community Needs Assessment concluded last year surveyed about 50 islanders, and indicates access to care as a top concern. Now OICF wants to delve deeper. “We just know we don’t know enough,” said Bee. She asked attendees at the brainstorming session to suggest what kinds of information are needed; ways to gather it; and ways the foundation could potentially “move the dial,” increasing access to health care in each attendee’s area of expertise. A major topic that arose was coordination of services, executive director Hilary Canty told

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New pastor at Lutheran Church

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New Lutheran Church pastor Anne Hall. by RITA LAROM

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“It’s like getting an early Christmas present,� said Jan Sunquist, Lutheran Church in the San Juans Council President, referring to Pastor Anne Hall’s acceptance of a two-year term call. She is replacing Pastor John Lindsay, who retired. The new “flying pastor�

serves three branches on Lopez, Orcas, and San Juan, all existing as one church. She recently moved to Lopez full-time but has visited the islands since 1975. Growing up in a suburb of New York City, Hall graduated from Radcliff College and has a Master’s Degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She met her spouse David (from Seattle) while at Harvard. She became a Washington state resident soon after. Pastor Hall was a school counselor, an administrator, and a teacher of pre-school through college level students. She became involved with a small American Baptist Church that was assisting refugees. She then pursued theological stud-

ies and earned a Master of Divinity from the Pacific School of Religion. Hall was ordained by the American Baptist Church in 1993. Following a co-pastor position at University Baptist Church that she held until 2003, she sought a part-time pastoral position and, after a course of study, became rostered in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. She served at University Lutheran Church for the past eight years. “The pastor asks us about our spiritual journeys and joins with us in that discovery,� said Friday Harbor parishioner Sharron Kick. Hall says her goal is to “empower people to find their own vision and pursue it.� Hall’s husband, Dr. David Hall, is a psychiatrist with a practice in Anacortes working with children, adolescents and their families. The couple has two sons and two grandsons.

Shaw students participate in robotics competition

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The Northwest Robotics team from Shaw Island is set to compete at the state level. The students, left to right, back row: Lily Woodard, Perham Black, Adam Bates, Ethan Vance, Veronica Woodard. Front Row: Kendra Clifton, Thea Lengyel, Adriena Clifton, Leah Black.

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A team of nine 5th-7th grade students from Shaw Island School, Northwest Robotics, competed against more than 20 teams at the Marysville Regional Competition held on Dec. 3 in an effort to improve global food safety. Their challenge was part of the 2011 Food Factor Challenge sponsored by First Lego League (FLL). The First Lego League’s mission is to inspire the world’s youth to be science and technology leaders while learning to be selfconfident and innovative. In the competition, teams presented a research proj-

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Eastsound constructed wetland done; phase three set for 2012 After 17 years, the Eastsound constructed wetland is complete. The county purchased the 0.9-acre “Mount Property� next to the Village Green in 1994 to create a facility to treat surface water runoff. During the next 12 years, a number of studies were completed to evaluate stormwater treatment options best suited for the site. The final concept was designed into a three phased project. A grant from the Environmental Protection Agency funded the construction of phase one in 2010. That phase included the installation of pipe from the treatment facility to Fishing Bay. Phase two was just completed with the installation of the constructed

wetland treatment facility. The final phase of the project, planned for 2012, will include piping to convey stormwater runoff from A Street, and part of the Prune Alley and North Beach Road drainages, into the constructed wetland. Stormwater runoff is one of the largest sources of pollution entering Puget Sound and the Salish Sea. The constructed wetland facility will treat a portion of Eastsound’s stormwater road runoff before it reaches the water. The facility consists of a sedimentation basin and a constructed wetland with the capacity to treat 370,000 gallons of stormwater at one time. The small existing wetland located at the

western edge of the site was incorporated into the facility. By slowing the flows, the sedimentation basin allows pollutants and particles to settle out of the stormwater. It then enters the wetland and meanders through vegetation and soil to be further treated by a variety of plants providing a range of capacities for toxin and nutrient uptake, and by infiltration through the soil. The treated stormwater is discharged into the existing downstream piping system. A kiosk with information on the constructed wetland will be installed prior to the spring. The wetland is expected to be fully functional by the fall of 2012 and winter of 2013.

Public comment sought on solid waste The process of revising San Juan County’s solid waste plan is making headway. Public Works Director

SHERIFF’S LOG San Juan County Sheriff’s Department reported responding to these calls: Nov. 23: A delivery driver who got lost on Orcas Island vowed to make sure damages were paid for after he backed a 70-foot long semitruck into an electric fence and gate, knocking them down. The 55-year-old man, employed by a Lynnwood-based company, also damaged about 100 feet of roadway while struggling to turn the semi around in driveway on Scott Hill Road. He was confronted at the ferry landing shortly after the delivery snafu first by the fence owner and then by a deputy. Nov. 24: A green and cream colored rug was the only household item that disappeared from a Lopez Island home in an apparent burglary and theft. Valued at $250, the 6-by-8-foot rug vanished from a residence on Normandy Lane, where authorities found no sign of a forced entry. Nov. 25: Several Orcas Island teens could face alcohol-related charges following an alleged booze theft at a Deer Harbor home on Thanksgiving Day. The homeowner’s 18-year-old son, who lives elsewhere on the island, allegedly broke into the home, pirated several bottles of alcohol, most of which was later recovered, and then handed them over to several friends. Nov. 29: Allegations of assault prompted the arrest of an Orcas Island man accused of attacking a live-in girlfriend. The 30-year-old, also charged with resisting arrest, was taken into custody at the couple’s home on Green Cow Lane in mid-morning. The 22-year-old woman, who suffered wounds which were reportedly visible, was also taken into custody so her injuries could be processed as evidence.

Frank Mulcahy said he anticipates the changeover from a primarily self-hauled system to a primarily roadside pickup to occur in late summer. But before the changeover occurs, the county council must adopt and the Department of Ecology (DOE) must approve a revised County Solid and Hazardous Waste plan. The plan is slated to be com-

pleted for public inspection in early February, adopted by the council in early May and approved by DOE in mid-July with an opportunity for public review along the way. The public works solid waste team presented a draft of the first seven chapters of the plan to the Solid Waste Advisory Committee on Dec. 1. Those chapters address legal requirements

and the county’s solid waste operations: collection, transfer, and disposal of waste. Another chapter deals with waste reduction and recycling. The remaining three chapters are scheduled to be completed by Feb. 7, 2012. The preliminary draft presented to the solid waste committee is

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Orcas students from the leadership class helped with wetland plantings. Another class will be developing interpretative and informational signs for installation this winter.

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e made our dissatisfaction with the Discover Pass well known in the pages of this newspaper. In theory, we thought the $30 pass to park a vehicle, motorcycle or moped at any state park was a reasonable way to keep our parks open. But the legislation came out with a few flaws, and we commend Senator Kevin Ranker, who sponsored the original bill, for putting forth new legislation that not only eases the financial burden on the consumer but will likely bring in more revenue for the state. The problem: the Discover Pass lacks transferability. Because the pass is assigned to a vehicle, rather than an individual, that means it can’t be swapped between cars. As one reader told us, “My husband and I take our small car to the park when it’s just the two of us. When family is up, we take the van. That means we have to buy two $30 passes.� The solution: if Ranker’s new legislation passes this week, which he feels it is very likely to do, state law will allow transferability between two vehicles – starting immediately. Current pass holders would be allowed a second vehicle as well. This is a move in the right direction and we hope it encourages more families to buy a pass to keep the parks alive and well. The Discover Pass was slated to bring in $17 million by the end of this year, but so far it’s only at around $10 million. We’re still not happy about the surcharges tacked on to the $30 pass if you buy it through the state’s website and phone or a licensed dealer, of which there are five in San Juan County. The markup comes from a 10 percent transaction fee and $2 dealer fee. A one-day Discover Pass costs $11.50, which includes the $10 base price, a 10 percent transaction fee, and a 50-cent dealer fee. The only way to avoid paying the extra cost is to buy the pass directly from state park staff or the Department of Licensing. But that’s a minor detail in the bigger scheme of things, and we are grateful that Senator Ranker listened to his constituents and amended this bill. We’ve gone from dissatisfied to satisfied and we hope this change is enough to bolster the park’s diminished fund balance.

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Students say thanks We would like to thank our Orcas community for the many ways you support us. We would especially like to thank Ms. Kline for not only granting us permission to host a snowball dance as a fundraiser for our class, but for also being there before the dance, being our “door person� to collect money, and staying to help us until we were cleaned up and everyone was gone. Thank you to Coach Scott Harris, Karen Harlow, Dianna Hofmann, Mimi Anderson, Lynsey Smith and our awesome advisor Nathasha Meskew for supporting us by chaperoning, and taking a Saturday night out of your schedules to be with the students of OHS. We can’t possibly name all we are thankful for, but to start, we are very grateful for the new science tables, to the people who come cheer for us during the games, to all the people who donate money, and for our teachers, Miss Georgia and Miss Lisa. If we can be of service to anyone, please call on us. OHS Class of 2015

Return the favor: shop on island I am not a local business owner but have been a business owner in the past in another community and would like to remind the residents of Orcas Island, especially the teenagers, why we should all shop locally as much as possible. When a school group or individual needs sponsorship, money or donations of goods, where do they go to raise these needed items – to Target, Wal-Mart, Costco, Penny’s, or any online site? No, we ALL go to our local merchants. These people have to set aside a large percentage of their profits for local donations to help the sports programs, cheerleaders, band, trips, equipment, recreation, personal help, emergency housing, clothing, building supplies. So when we ask for donations, where do we go? When we spend our money where do we go? Have

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you looked closely at the local stores? There are so very many interesting items for gifts and stocking stuffers right here in our own community, that same community that gives back to us in the form of donations. Please remember to return the favor when you are shopping. Carolyn Carroll Eastsound

Local support is more visible this year The first weekends of the holiday shopping season have brought a very visible showing of “locals� to Eastsound and the island’s shops. It is seemingly more than in recent years. Perhaps it was the various promotions presented by the Orcas Chamber or the merchant community. Possibly the favorable weather. Maybe the strong “shop local� sentiment. All of the above? No matter; whatever has brought folks out to support their local merchants and neighbors – a collective “Thanks!� Your presence is known and appreciated! Wishing a wonderful holiday to all. Michael Rivkin, Jeffri Coleman and the Crow Valley Pottery gang Orcas Island

Thanks for dinner, dance Orcas Family Health Center would like to thank everyone who attended our Dinner-Show-Dance. We appreciate all the community members who gave us support as

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we use these treasured funds to assist in providing medical care for those who are unable to provide for themselves. The dinner was fabulous. Thanks to Orcatrazz Swing Band, which donated its talent for a great evening of entertainment. They are the best. Thanks to the generosity of islanders, $3500 was raised which will go right back into our community. Throughout the year we sponsor programs to assist in giving medical care to everyone, whether they have insurance or the ability to pay. No one is ever turned away. Our primary concern is for health care for those who share this wonderful community. OFHC is a 501c3 non profit charity and donations are most welcome and tax deductible. Please visit our web site at www. orcasfamilyhealthcenter.org Ken Speck OFHC President

Public education is a house of cards I remember one winter day as a child I built an amazing structure out of an old card deck. Hard work went into the intricate house of cards I constructed. Imagine my disappointment when, one by one, several significant cards were “stolen� by my friend for another project! It held for awhile, but eventually the house of cards came crashing down. I have been a Washington public educator for almost forty years,

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an enthusiastic part of the building of a structure that serves the highest moral endeavor of the land. I have watched as our state has built a public school system that effectively serves our young people. Card by card, we have built a system that not only serves young people well, but has also harbors the potential and hope for a positive future for us all. The recent crisis in school funding, manifested by the governor’s recently released recommended budget, has the very real potential to dismantle our house of education. One card, one reduction at a time and our house will likely begin to crumble. We owe our children, and our future, more! The recommendations include a reduction of four school days, the elimination of important programs such as Readiness to Learn and CTE start-up funding, a revised attendance reporting procedure that will potentially reduce funding, a reduction to small high school funding, salary reductions for all educational employees, a reduction in health coverage for educational employees, and other cuts. Also on the list is the elimination of, and/ or significant reduction to levy equalization funding, of great significance to many districts with low tax bases. The governor’s reductions are estimated to be well more than $100,000 to Lopez School, with similar damages to other school districts in the San Juans. The recommendations will be considered by the legis-

lature in a special session, beginning Nov. 28. Let us hope that the legislature will find a way to avoid the draconian budget reductions recommended by the Governor and others. We must preserve our house of education, for your children and mine, for our future! Bill Evans Lopez superintendent

Kevin O’Brien for fire chief I’m writing to express my utmost support for Kevin O’Brien as Orcas Island Fire Chief. I have known Kevin for many years, and have only the greatest respect for him. I grew up with Kevin here on Orcas in the 1980s and we were at college together at the University of Washington. Recently, when I moved back to the island five years ago, I reconnected with Kevin again, as his family had also moved back to Orcas. I think we were both drawn to this very special place and we moved back not only to raise our families but also to give back to a community that gave so much to us growing up. In the past five years, I have seen a lot of division on this island in areas like the fire department and the public school. I am currently serving on the school board, and for two years I have come to realize that bringing people together towards a common goal, ÀÀÀÀÀÀÀÀ

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for the benefit of everyone, takes a strong leader. It takes a big person to bring together strong-minded islanders! I know Kevin O’Brien, and he is the leader we need to bring together the division that seems to be present in the current fire department. Kevin, like other candidates you will surely see, has a very impressive resume. Yet Kevin’s qualifications are unique to our Orcas community; this sets him apart from any other. I urge you to appoint him as the next fire chief. I am certain that we will not be disappointed. Chris Sutton Orcas Island

Chamber offers holiday thanks The holiday tradition continued on Saturday with

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the annual tree lighting ceremony at the village green. It wouldn’t have been possible without the help of a great many elves ... Perry Pugh and Ron Gilleland who brightly trimmed the tree; Scott and Judy Whiting (and their alter egos, Santa and Mrs. Claus); Orcas Fire Department, who safely delivered the couple from the North Pole; George Garrels of Kiwanis for crafting original toys; Ray’s Pharmacy and Moon Glow Arts and Crafts for their generous toy donations; the always-melodic Orcas Island Community Band; and the many generous chamber members who volunteered, and baked cookies and treats for all to enjoy. Happy holidays to all! Orcas Island Chamber of Commerce

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OPALCO to celebrate 75 years OPALCO is gearing up to celebrate its 75th Anniversary in 2012 and has planned a fun-filled year of events, activities and recognition for the OPALCO co-op family. Members may pick up a commemorative 1937-style calendar featuring the artwork of Orcas Island artist Frank Loudin. Calendars are available at your local OPALCO office and at the following island hardware stores: Ace Hardware Friday Harbor and Browne’s Home Center (San Juan Island); Sunset Builder

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will be invited to open houses on Lopez, San Juan, Shaw and Orcas for refreshments, gifts and recognition of each island’s unique history, co-op family members and longest standing members. t )JTUPSJDBM .POVNFOU One of OPALCO’s old diesel generators will be placed on a concrete pad in front of the OPALCO headquarters with interpretive signage. The unveiling of this monument as well as the completion of a permanent historical timeline exhibit will coincide with the Orcas open house event. t .POUIMZ FMFDUSJGZJOH stories: Telling the co-op story including key events and profiling key people. t $PNNFNPSBUJWF JUFNT A variety of limited edition items have been created. The 75th Anniversary is the theme of OPALCO’s county fair booth. There will also be a traveling historical exhibit available for display. Call Suzanne Olson at 376-3537 to host the exhibit or to share stories about OPALCO.

HEALTH FROM 1 the Sounder later. Attendees suggested improving connections between various care providers; for example, local doctors said they wanted to know more about where patients could find in-home assistance. The Islands Reproductive Health Initiative has already produced a thorough listing of available reproductive health care on the island, providing information on one important component of care. The preliminary session involved roughly 30 people.

DISCOVER FROM 1 of the initiative but unhappy about its inability to transfer between cars. The couple bought two passes for both of their vehicles. “I was disappointed because if we have guests or family here and we want to use our big car, we couldn’t do it,â€? Janice said. “Ordinarily we use our hybrid ‌ I am delighted to have a pass that is transferable between the cars. I think it makes great sense. It means each household, not

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“There are a lot more people we’d like to hear from that weren’t in the room,� said Canty. “We’re very interested in hearing from other folks with their concerns and ideas.� She said they’ll be assessing how many people are already being served, and why others aren’t getting coverage. After gathering more data, the foundation will choose one to three ideas they can put into action this year that will achieve results.

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each car, can have a permit to be in the park. It’s also encouraging to see that a governmental program can see a limitation and move to correct it so quickly.� The pass was projected to bring in $17 million by the end of the year; so far, it has raised around $10 million. It needs to bring in $72 million in a full year to maintain the current levels of parks. Ranker told the Sounder that the state parks department recently laid off 160 people. “The Discover Pass and other revenues are just not oncoming in,� he said. Ranker said keeping Moran State Park open not only preserves natural resources and provides recreational opportunities but is a critical economic driver for the Orcas community. A November survey conducted by Washington State University under the direction of state parks, fish and wildlife and natural resources agencies showed the lack of transferability to act as a disincentive, triggering a negative effect upon rev-

return is online at oicf. us. There is a link on the Financials and Investments page, which directs users to http://goo.gl/RcGnH. In a nutshell, the foundation will distribute close to $600,000 this year: $100,000 through its annual grants cycle and over $450,000 through donor advised funds and community campaigns like the food bank building. In 2010, program and administration expenses totaled $123,000. That includes staff salaries, benefits, and taxes totaling $85,500 for 1.5 FTE.

enue collections. “The goal here is the same as it’s always been – to keep the gates open at public lands,� Ranker said. “If we can add a new level of convenience for families while improving the pass to achieve this goal, then that’s a positive outcome on all sides.� According to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, as of Dec. 1, a total of 428 annual passes and 51 one-day passes were sold in San Juan County through online and dealer sales. The department does not have numbers on other sales avenues. With 26 cosponsors crossing both sides of the aisle, Ranker expects the bill to move quickly. A public hearing on the proposal has been scheduled in the Senate Energy, Natural Resources & Marine Waters Committee, which Ranker chairs, on Dec. 14. He hopes it will pass through Ways and Means and then the Senate floor by Dec. 16. “The sooner it goes into play the more money we may get,� Ranker said.

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Obituaries Betty Sumrall Betty Sumrall died peacefully in her sleep on Dec. 5, 2011, at the age of 95. Born Elizabeth Anne Clark on Oct. 16, 1916, she grew up in a house her father built on a vast sheep ranch outside Laytonville, Mendocino County, Calif. She was the eldest child of Frank and Kathryn Clarke. Frank’s grandparents came out to California from England in a covered wagon, homesteading in the 1860’s. Betty’s only brother, Douglas, was killed in WWII; she outlived her beloved sisters, Virginia, Fran and Marge. Betty attended Oakland Arts and Crafts before falling in love with a jazz drummer, Bill Mouser, whom she married in 1939. After daughter Carolyn was born she divorced Bill and married Ben Sumrall, a commercial artist. John and Melinda were born before the family moved from San Francisco to Palo Alto “for the sunshine.� While raising her children, Betty volunteered for more than 10 years as a Gray Lady at the Stanford Hospital, especially loving to care for sick and recovering infants. She also volunteered at the Allied Arts Guild and for several homeless shelters in the San Jose area. When she and Ben divorced, Betty began working at Kepler’s Books in Menlo Park for $1.30 an hour. She became manager at Roy Kepler’s Los Altos store, and children’s

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book buyer for both. She loved Roy, the community of regulars and staff: intellectuals, radicals, and students. She later described these 20 years at Kepler’s as “the best years of my life.� In the 1960s she also volunteered for Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and NAACP and was outspoken about civil rights and the Vietnam war. She liked to see things from the underdog’s point of view. Betty moved north to Ashland, Ore., which she ever held dear, and at 82 moved again, further north to Orcas Island, Wash. to be near her son John. John and his wife Charlotte took tender care of her as she advanced in years. She eventually spent her last years

at the Life Care Center at Friday Harbor, where the staff cared for her beautifully. Her family is very grateful for the staff there. We will remember Betty for her love of animals. She loved flowers and always created wonderful flower gardens wherever she lived. She loved to read, and wrote clever and poignant doggerel. She generously shared her money and time with causes that moved her, and loved a good irreverent comment or joke. We will miss her. She is survived by her children: Carolyn and partner Dwight; John, his wife Charlotte, his sons Matthew, Joseph, Joseph’s wife Val, and great-grand children Joseph and Lissa; Melinda and her partner Susan, and Melinda’s children Noah, and fiance Sari, Eli and wife Andria, Gideon, Tessa and fiance Chris, and Josiah; and her great-granddaughters, Talullah and Tilda; and many nieces and nephews. A memorial service is planned for Jan. 21 beginning at noon at the Oddfellows Hall on Orcas Island. Contributions may be made in her name to any animal welfare organization of your choice. Submitted by Sumrall’s family.

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Anthony “Bart� Pontecorvo Anthony “Bart� Pontecorvo died at his home on Orcas Island on Nov. 29 from complications of emphysema. He had turned 88 just three days earlier. The first born of Italian immigrants in 1923, he grew up in New York City’s lower east side, was a track star in high school - running the mile in 4:22 before the 4 minute mile had been conquered – then served honorably in the 302nd Signal Operations Battalion in the WWII European Theatre and came home to settle in the West. After one unsuccessful marriage, he met and married Barbara Bredouw (and her two kids) in 1962 in Sausalito, Calif. After moving to Seattle in 1966, then to Fresno in 1971, they eventually settled on Orcas Island in 1996. Barbara, the love of his life, predeceased Bart in 2002. Bart worked as a longshoreman, in the aerospace industry and, after going back to school while working fulltime to earn his PhD, became “Dr.� Pontecorvo and had a private psychology practice until his death. He loved gardening and was obsessed with trees; carrying saplings with every

move and watching many of his babies turn into grandfathers like himself. He was also an excellent cook and baker; his single greatest regret being that he couldn’t complete the hundreds of recipes he had clipped out of his myriad cooking magazines. He left behind his brother, Michael Pontecorvo of Spring Hills, Fla.; sister, Marie D’Uva of Las Vegas; son, Michael Steven Pontecorvo of San Francisco; daugh-

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FIRE CHIEF POSITION San Juan County Fire Protection District #2 Orcas Island Fire and Rescue, Orcas Island, Washington Position: Fire Chief, San Juan County Fire Protection District #2. This position is available January 1, 2012. Method of Application and Deadline: Please contact Fire Commissioner Barbara Bedell at bedellorcas@gmail.com for a complete information and application packet. Confidentiality is protected. Initial telephone interviews will be scheduled. No requests for applications will be accepted after Friday, January 6, 2012.

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ter Suzanne Pontecorvo of Bainbridge; two stepchildren, Pam Bredouw of Vashon and Jim Bredouw of Orcas; daughter-in-law, Anne Bredouw; eight loving grandchildren and his best buddy, fellow widower Richard Hughes, of Orcas. Bart lived a full life and will be missed by many. If it’s true, as he and Barb believed, that they would meet under an oak tree in some form of the hereafter, then it must be true he’s smiling and complete when we picture them re-united now. There will be an informal gathering for family and any Orcas friends who would like to attend on Saturday, Jan. 21 at 6:30 p.m. at his home. Please call Jim after Jan. 6 at 376-5760 if you need directions.

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Renee Fleming in “Rodelinda.” The Met: Live in HD’s fifth opera of the 2011 season, “Rodelinda” by George Fredric Handel, airs at Orcas Center on Sunday, Dec. 18 at 1 p.m. It stars Renée Fleming in one of her greatest roles and features the beautiful music of the Baroque era.

Stephen Wadsworth’s fast-moving production earned critical praise for drawing out the affecting human elements of Rodelinda’s story, in which a queen who is also a wife and mother must defend herself (and her absent husband’s throne) from an evil usurper. The title role in this opera is one of Fleming’s greatest roles; she’s been a success in it with critics and audiences since she starred in the Met premiere production in 2004. Fleming has starred in more than 200 performances of 21 different operas at the Met, in a wide variety of styles. This is the only Baroque role in her extensive repertory. The cast also includes two of the world’s leading countertenors (male singers with a soprano-like high range), Andreas Scholl and Lestyn Davies; mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe, a favorite with Met audiences in everything from Gluck to Verdi to Wagner; rising tenor Joseph Kaiser, one of Fleming’s co-stars in last season’s Capriccio; and Chinese bass-baritone Shenyang. Tickets are $15 for adults and $11 for students, $2 off for Orcas Center members. Go to www.orcascenter.org or call 376-2281 ext. 1.

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Above: Viking Aubrey Schermerhorn drives between Wolverine defenders. Chris Gill photo. Left: Viking Alena Janssen fights for the ball. Meredith Griffith/staff photo.

The Lady Vikings hosted the Wolverines at the Orcas High School Gym on Dec. 10. Friday Harbor ran a fast-paced game, resulting in a close win for the Wolverines. At halftime the score was 22 to 12. The Lady Vikings

came out in the third quarter and soon the Vikings were within three points and striking distance. At the end of the third quarter the score was 30 to 33. At that point, Orcas was in foul trouble and couldn’t seem to get an edge again.

“Aliviah Garcia came off the bench to show an awesome, fiery spirit,” said coach Tim Hance. He named her “Player of the Game.” Bella Nigretto had 11 points, Lana Bronn had 9, Shelbi Rogers and Aliviah Garcia finished with 6 each, Alena Janssen had three and Alicia Susol had 2. The ending score was 44-37. The Orcas boys varsity also lost to Friday Harbor, 63-27.


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wo days after the tsunami struck Japan, one man was found floating nearly 10 miles out at sea on the roof of his house. When Susan Osborn saw the image of this tiny, bedraggled figure in an online story, it struck a chord with her, not just because it was a story of survival amidst death and destruction, but because she had come to call Japan her second home – a home now in peril. “I knew many dear people there [in the epicenter of the tsunami] and it’s stunning how sturdy their spirits are – how strong they are to ride this through, to continue to ride this through,� said Osborn, who has worked as a professional singer throughout Japan. Inspired by those people and the man out at sea she wrote a song called “Little Boat.� That original composition, along with traditional Christmas songs and other holiday tunes, will be performed at her annual Christmas concert at Victorian Valley Chapel, Dec. 21 - 24. Osborn will sing and play the keyboard, guitar and violin, joined by Ritambhara Tyson on vocals and the cello and Carolyn Cruso voice, hammer dulcimer and flute. Osborn has been performing on Orcas for 22 years and expanded her concerts to Lopez and San Juan in the last five years, joining forces with Tyson and Cruso to create an intimate acoustic celebration of the season. During the last 21 years she frequently made the nine-hour flight from Orcas to Japan in what she calls an insane commute, but performing music in a land now dear to her heart has been worth it. She gained celebrity during her time there and was even mobbed by a class of

school children after she performed at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Japan. “I often felt like Forest Gump – wondering what I was doing there,� she said about her fame. “But I got to do what I love, which is singing.� But every return trip’s jet lag cost her 10 days of recovery, so she retired from performing in Japan in November 2010. Four months later the tsunami following the 8.9-magnitude earthquake wreaked havoc on the country. In some ways she feels like an honorary citizen of Japan, who must help to build a bridge from between two countries she has lived in. And the best way she knows how to do that is through music. “It’s a great gift that artists can give to translate whats going on in the world into a creative experience,� she said. For more info, visit www.susanosborn. com. The concerts are Wednesday, Dec. 21-23 at 7 p.m. and 24 at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. at Victorian Valley Chapel. Tickets: $20; Children 12 and under $10 available at www.brownpapertickets.com/ event/211082

Tragedy, preservation and song-writing When Dave Fisher died in a skiing accident on Mt. Baker, and Leta Currie Marshall died suddenly just two days later, Stanley Greenthal sat down with a pen and paper. Shocked by the sudden passing of two members of his small island community on Lopez, he started writing down wishes he imagined one might experience before dying – and words just started to tumble from his pen. It was like trying to catch someone else’s words running around in his head.

Left: Susan Osborn will perform original music and holiday songs at her concerts. Above: Musician Stanley Greenthal.

The words were transformed into lyrics, then came the melody and the song “One More Time� was created. “For me, the impulse to write a song most often begins with a feeling – sometimes vague or mysterious,� Greenthal said. “Or sometimes a clear emotional response to something happening in the moment, or remembered.� Greenthal’s original works and tunes from Scotland, Brittany, Greece and Turkey appear in his recently released album “First Song,� featuring seven musicians and 22 instruments including harmonica, the low whistle and the Greek bouzouki, from the lute family. It took Greenthal years to form such a group of musicians. He first enticed his wife, Kip Greenthal, to play percussion and harmonize with her voice. Then he befriended Christos Govetas, of Seattle, who plays the Greek clarinet, and Eliot Grasso, of Eugene, Ore., a uilleann piper, flute and whistle player. Those three plus Greenthal will perform on Orcas, Dec. 16, 7:30 p.m. at The Odd Fellows Hall, playing songs from the CD and other works with a winter celebration quality. Listening to the album is like being transported to the Middle Ages, but with lyrics that pull the listener back into modern day, and are reminiscent of Donovan the Scottish singer-songwriter and guitarist, who blends folk, pop, and world music. Stanley originally started to write music for himself, and over the years he traveled to other places like Greece and Brittany. In 1974, he visited Ireland and experi-

enced ceilidhs – traditional Gaelic social gatherings reflecting ancient ways – still practiced by some of the local people. “They were trying to preserve the culture,� Stanley said. “And make it relevant to the times we live in – not museum qualities.� He was inspired by the preservation of cultural music and close-knit communities similar to Lopez, where he and Kip moved to in 1971. But Stanley doesn’t see himself as preserving traditions when playing their music, but rather hopes that he is “passing on or introducing music to people in a way that increases their awareness of cultures still existing in the world today.� “It’s a challenge to learn another instrument from another culture and interpret it in your own voice, being faithful to the original work, but also making it unique,� he said. “Subjects vary for and about people and events that have happened and reflect on the human condition.� Other songs inspired by tragic events are contemporary, but have the same goal as the traditional Gaelic tunes performed in Ireland because both seek to preserve a moment, a feeling, or a gathering that has passed. “‘Song for David’ is an attempt to preserve the memory of my friend,� said Greenthal. “And the feeling of that moment, saying goodbye, and also paying tribute to him.� For more info, call 376-4320, or email eric@earthball.com. Tickets are $10 adults, $6 youths 6 to 17, kids 5 and under free, available at Darvill’s Bookstore store or at the door.


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A cheery polyphony of notes will rise from 40 gleaming instruments when Orcas Island Community Band takes the Orcas Center stage this weekend for its annual holiday fete. “We’ve got some really fun and upbeat and exciting music that we’re going to be playing,� said band president Moana Kutsche. “It helps us get into the holiday spirit and we’re looking



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SUSAN OSBORN: Victorian Valley Chapel Christmas concerts with Ritambhara Tyson and Carolyn Cruso. Dec. 21-23 at 7 p.m. and Dec. 24, 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Adults $20, Children 12 and under $10, and lap children free. Available online at brownpapertickets.com. Osborn will also perform at Lopez Center Church on

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