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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2011 | Vol. 87, No. 101 | WWW.SOUTHWHIDBEYRECORD.COM | 75¢

Board votes to keep LMS open

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BY BEN WATANABE South Whidbey Record

LANGLEY — Langley Middle School is staying open next year. The South Whidbey School Board voted 4-1 Wednesday to rescind a three-year-old decision to close the iconic campus at the board’s meeting Wednesday, Dec. 14. The decision to close the historic school has been controversial since it was suggested as a prudent response to declining enrollment and shrinking revenue. Teachers, students and parents protested the July 2009 closure decision and raised concerns about middle schoolers sharing a campus with students at South Whidbey High School. A proposed $25 million bond measure to expand the high school for the consolidation effort fell to defeat a year ago, and many blamed voters’ rejection of the

“We have to open the discussion and look at things in a new way.”

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“Barefoot Bandit” Colton Harris-Moore awaits sentencing for his crime spree Friday in Island County Superior Court.

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bond on the school board’s vote to close LMS. “We have to open the discussion and look at things in a new way,” said newly-elected Board Member Damian Greene. The about-face on mothballing LMS came at the new board’s first opportunity for the change. Two new members joined the school board following November’s election as two of the staunchest supporters of closing LMS — and consolidating the district’s schools on SEE LMS, A11

Freeland shipyard gets $17 million contract for Judge finds mercy for work on 144-car ferry accused criminal ‘survivor’ Mob missing on

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Langley resident Annie Cain snaps a photo of herself outside the Island County Courthouse shortly before Colton Harris-Moore’s sentencing hearing Friday morning.

BY BRIAN KELLY South Whidbey Record

Shipbuilders in Freeland are anxious to get to work now that agreements are in place for Nichols Brothers Boat Builders to play a major role in constructing Washington state’s next ferry. US Fab officials announced this week that final agreements had been reached with the subcontractors who will help build the new 144-car ferry. More than two dozen subcontractors will take part in the project, led by prime contractor US Fab, a subsidiary of Vigor Industrial. Nichols Brothers has agreed to a $17 million contract to build the ferry’s superstruc-

ture, which is the part of the vessel from the car-deck level up. “Everybody’s excited,” said Nichols Brothers CEO John Collins. “We’re looking forward to working with Vigor,” he said, noting the companies had shared work on the recent projects to build three 64-car ferries for the state. “We’ve been a good partner with them in the past, as they have (with us),” he said. Collins said the contract would mean plenty of jobs at the Freeland shipyard. “I can tell you the job itself will involve at least roughly 100 SEE NICHOLS, A23

BY JESSIE STENSLAND Whidbey News-Times

COUPEVILLE — The real Colton Harris-Moore bears little resemblance to the image of the brazen Barefoot Bandit who captured worldwide headlines with his exploits during a two-year crime spree. Instead, his defense attorneys, a forensic psychiatrist and even prosecutors described him as a painfully shy young man who survived a horrendous childhood and is embarrassed by media attention. Harris-Moore stared at his feet during most of his sentencing hearing that spanned Friday morning and most of the afternoon in Island County Superior Court. The stories of Harris-Moore’s trials and tribulations apparently swayed Judge Vickie Churchill, who pointed out that she had sentenced him in a different case four

Bandit’s big day BY JUSTIN BURNETT Whidbey News-Times

COUPEVILLE — Colton Harris-Moore appeared in Island County Superior Court for sentencing Friday but the Barefoot Bandit’s entourage, expected to number in the hundreds or more, never showed. Although dozens of journalists, many from mainstream broadcast and print media organizations such as Fox News and the New York Times, did line up at the courthouse door for the 9 a.m. hearing, the turnout was a far cry from the mob scene anticipated by local law enforcement. SEE MOB, A6

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new arrival /VOV.BSJF#MBOLJOTIJQ4JSJLXB Stanley Sirikwa and Rebecca Blankinship of Clinton are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Nunu Marie Blankinship-Sirikwa, on Dec.1, 2011. Nunu was born at Whidbey General Hospital in Coupeville and weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces.

kudos .PUUDPNQMFUFTCBTJDUSBJOJOH Marine Corps Pvt. David S. Mott completed his basic training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, Calif. on Dec. 9. Mott is a Coupeville High School graduate and was a Central Whidbey Fire volunteer firefighter/ emergency medical technician for three Pvt. David S. Mott years. He is the son of John and Hilde Mott of Greenbank and the grandson of Larry Schneider of Freeland. Mott is at home for a short leave before he returns to Camp Pendleton, Calif. for one month of Marine combat training. This will be followed by about 16 months of language/linguist training at the Defense Language Institute at the Presidio of Monterey, Calif. where the Marine will undergo intensive instruction in Arabic. Following his language training, Mott will attend the Cryptologic Linguist Course at Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas for six months of signals and electronic warfare training. After completing more than two years of training, Mott will most likely be assigned to a Marine Corps Radio Battalion.

notable )PMJEBZEFMJHIUTBEEUP UIFBMMVSFPG4XJTTCBLFSZ Artist Roosje Penfold starts her days the Swiss way. Penfold lives next door to PS Suisse Confiserie and Patisserie, a Swiss bakery in Langley Village and the smell of freshly baked breads and pastries wakes her each morning when it opens. “We smell freshly baked croissants at around 7 a.m. each morning and then I dash downstairs with my coat over my jammies for a European start of the day,� Penfold said. That must feel somewhat like home to the Dutch Penfold, who hails from Amsterdam. Well, at least from Wednesday through Saturday, when the bakery is open. One morning, Penfold said she was surprised by an additional creation which longtime baker and bakery owner Peter Boden, a native of Switzerland, had whipped up. The baker told Penfold that he imports all his chocolate from Switzerland and uses only the best for his confections. “Peter had just finished this amazing chocolate champagne bottle with a

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Peter Boden is Langley’s Swiss baker who loves the holidays for making chocolate specialties such as the chocolate champagne bottle, at left, with marzipan grapes. The bottle opens on the bottom and is filled with individual chocolates.

marzipan label, and marzipan grapes,� Penfold said. “The bottle opens at the bottom and is filled with individual hand-wrapped truffles. I think he said they have booze in them,� she added. Penfold described her recent visits to the sweet-smelling shop as one that holds a certain old-fashioned European Christmas atmosphere, packed as it is

now with handmade chocolates, marzipan whales, Christmas stollen and other old world treats. “He really is a master of his craft, a master of chocolate creations,� she said. PS Suisse is open from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and is at 221 Second St. #12 in Langley.

,OJHIU3JEFST) Club receives donation The next ride for the KnightRiders 4-H Club will be one of celebration. The South Whidbey Eagles recently presented the horseback riders with a check for $1,000. Pictured at right are club president Cara Mathews, vice president Carlee Mathews, treasurer Kaitlin Ellerby-Muse and club leader Marilyn Gabelein. Joantha Guthrie photo

4BJMPSXJUIMPDBMUJFTSFFOMJTUT Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Joel T. Walker, whose wife Kristin is the daughter of Sue Gordon and stepdaughter of Curt Gordon of Clinton, recently reenlisted for four years while serving with Strike Fighter Wing Atlantic Fleet in Virginia Beach, Va. Walker is a 1993 graduate of Clearview Regional High School of Mullica Hill, N.J. and joined the Navy in March 1995.

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Council to consider new contract with Langley chamber BY BRIAN KELLY South Whidbey Record

The Langley City Council will get its first look at a fresh contract with the Langley Chamber of Commerce next week. Council members will be asked at their meeting Monday to give Mayor Paul Samuelson permission to sign a new four-year contract with the Langley chamber. It’s the first one in a long time. The city has gone without a contract with the Langley Chamber of Commerce since 2008, after the previous agreement expired at the end of then-mayor Neil Colburn’s term. It’s not known why the contract was never extended.

Councilwoman Rene Neff asked Mayor Paul Samuelson who was responsible for making sure there was an updated contract with the chamber at the council’s first budget meeting in November, and the mayor said the contract was administered by the finance department. Under state law, however, the mayor is charged with making sure all city contracts and agreements “are faithfully kept and performed.� An explanation was still not forthcoming this week. Langley chamber president Mary Ann Mansfield was also unsure why no contract existed. “The answer is, ‘I don’t know,’� Mansfield said in an email to the Record.

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“We have a good working relationship with the city and both parties were continuing to operate under the same agreement as no changes were deemed necessary,� she continued. “Although the contract had expired, the handshake had not,� she said. The contract oversight is somewhat surprising, given last year’s intense focus on tourism funds during the review of the 2010 budget. Greater scrutiny was put on expenditures from the city’s six-figure account, and the

city council said that some activities — tree trimming, for example — shouldn’t be financed with tourism dollars. The new contract with the chamber spans a four-year period, and runs through Dec. 31, 2015. The proposed “promotion services agreement� requires the chamber to submit an annual work plan to the city. Under the new agreement, the chamber will not get a set amount for tourism promo-

tion. Instead, the chamber’s pay would be set each year during the budget process. The level would range between 1 and 4 percent of the city’s hotel-motel tax revenue. In 2012, Langley has budgeted to pay the chamber $23,250, a slight drop from the $24,065 set aside for the nonprofit this year. The total tourism fund for 2012 is budgeted at $118,686. Hotel-motel taxes are expected to hit $93,000.

Even after the council approves the new agreement, there is still more to come: a new lease agreement for the city-owned office building used by the chamber for its office and visitor center on Anthes Avenue. The lease has been under review, as has the chamber’s contributions toward maintaining the building and adjacent public restrooms. The council meets at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 19 at city hall.

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NEWSLINE | WEATHER REPORT: Today, mostly cloudy, with a high near 46. Rain likely on Sunday, mainly before 10 a.m., then mostly cloudy. CLINTON Pedestrian hit near Highway 525 A middle-aged woman was hit by a car while walking across Humphrey Road during an early morning accident last week. Fire District 3 Assistant Chief Paul Busch said the pedestrian was struck as the driver turned off Highway 525 about 6:50 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7. “There’s very little lighting there which makes it hard to see anybody,� Busch said.

The woman was conscious when an emergency crew was called to the scene. She was believed to have a broken leg and was transported to Everett to have her injuries examined. The driver was not hurt, and the car sustained significant damage. “The windshield was pretty well destroyed from it,� Busch said.

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Letters In response

3FTQPOTJCJMJUZMJFTXJUIBMM To the editor: Was Kaylea Souza the only person in the car on Nov. 11 who had been drinking, or were her three passengers also impaired? Any one of the four young people in the car could have been driving, and if they all four were impaired, then I don’t believe Kaylea should shoulder all of the responsibility of the accident. She’s not blameless, but it sounds as if they all willingly got into the vehicle knowing Kaylea had been drinking and therefore they all share the responsibility of the accident. Kaylea will live with this tragedy forever, and that is worse than any punishment the law can give her. Surely we don’t just need someone to blame. None of these four should have been in that car, and the responsibility lies with all four occupants. JULIE BEAN Langley

$ISJTUNBTDIFFSJTTUPMFO To the editor: On Tuesday, I went to the Freeland Post Office to mail a box of Christmas cards. I left a second box of yet-unwritten cards and $26 in newly-purchased holiday stamps on a counter and went to ask a clerk a question about the postage on a card going to New Zealand. After waiting in line, I returned to find that someone had stolen my box of 20 cards and stamps! To whomever filched my stamps and cards, may shame be your Christmas present! GAVIN EHRINGER Langley

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5PXOIBMMOFFEFEPOKPCT To the editor: Where’s the jobs, South Whidbey? Where’s the programming jobs, engineering jobs, the science jobs? How many programmers, systems administrators and network engineers are working on the mainland when they would rather telecommute or better yet have an office here and still earn a high wage? And how many of those would like to start their own high tech business here? How many people that have to take the ferry to work every day would rather be able

to find a good paying job here? Would you prefer the commute be optional? Why has the political and business leadership in this community squandered the unique opportunities of living so close to a high-tech center like Seattle, yet most have to leave the island for high tech employment? Where’s the high-tech education on the island? Why have the issues been ignored for so long when there is clear evidence these concerns have been raised before? Who is standing in the way and why? I’d really like to know. Now. According to www.recovery.gov, there weren’t any grants, loans or contracts awarded for new high tech businesses here. Why? I’d like to know why I have never heard any local elected officials talk about the ways entrepreneurs could access those federal resources, all of which I would have welcomed. There needs to be a town hall meeting for information technology job issues on South Whidbey. Truly, this should have already been done, I am pushing hard to make this happen right after the New Year. I have been asking the hard questions directly to elected officials, business leaders and my neighbors. We can do this. It’s logical, it’s timely, it could be very exciting.

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:PVSTVQQPSUIFMQTGBNJMJFT To the editor: In times of overwhelming need, it is easy to become mired in the fear and stress of keeping it all together. Good Cheer has been witnessing this growing need for food assistance all year. We have also been observing the other side of need, the incredible generosity of our community. We are humbled every day by the acts of kindness paid by so many in our community. In the past month we have had several groups and businesses add food drives to their busy lives. In November alone, the Lion’s Club, Girl Scouts of South Whidbey and the local public schools have held food drives. The local church communities give monthly as do all of our local grocery stores. Many small local businesses have run specials and donated money and food. Donations for the thrift

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But Harris-Moore, 20, wasn’t totally without fans. Annie Cain and Hayley Hanna, both 18 and Langley residents, were first in line and hoping to get a seat in the courtroom — or just a glimpse of the internationally known outlaw. “It’s the biggest thing to hit Whidbey Island so we wanted to be here,� Cain said. “Right when we heard he would be here, we knew we were coming,� Hanna said. Characterizing themselves as “sympathizers� rather than fans, the pair said they wanted to get as close to Harris-Moore as

they could in the hopes of giving him a wave or wink. Others showed up specifically for the crowd rather than Harris-Moore. Billy Brigham, a Coupeville resident, came with holiday wreaths stacked the length of his arms and advertised toward the line, “Wreaths, $5, get your wreaths.� Brigham brought hundreds to the sentencing hearing thinking he could sell them to the hundreds of people rumored to be coming. “We were expecting a lot of people,� he said. Brigham didn’t make many sales. He was quickly confronted by a deputy sheriff who asked for his vendor’s permit. Brigham

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City pulls plug on contract for Langley Community Garden BY BRIAN KELLY South Whidbey Record

The city of Langley is getting out of the garden business. Langley officials have been told by the Washington State Auditor’s Office that the city needs to stop acting as the banker for the Langley Community Garden, the grassroots P-patch that sprouted in spring 2010 on the Anderson farm. Langley officials have been told the city cannot operate a “pass through� revenue/expense account for the community garden, because the set-up violates state regulations. The garden operates on private property near Fairgrounds Road. The city signed a threeyear agreement with the owners of the Anderson farm for the community garden in May 2010. Under the agreement, Langley agreed to act as the garden’s sponsor and provide financial reports and

oversight of the garden’s account for user fees, cash donations and payment of garden expenses. The city also agreed to process plot applications and pay the garden’s water bill. Organizers of the community garden were given 30 days’ notice in early November that the city was ending the agreement, effective Dec. 8. The Langley Community Garden has earned widespread praise for turning untilled land on the Anderson farm into productive patches for local families. A portion of the property has hosted more than a dozen plots, and growers have reported great success over the past two seasons. City officials also said there is a waiting list at the garden. The association set up at the time of the garden’s creation, however, will now be the official caretaker of funds for the project. The city has

asked that a separate bank account be set up by the association so it can handle its own finances. Langley handled $4,970 in P-patch fees in 2010, according to city budget records, and $2,105 in fees this year. The city council is expected to signal its ongoing support for community gardens at its meeting on Monday. Council members will be asked to approve a resolution that would direct the city’s Parks and Open Space Commission to come up with ways to support community gardens, both public and private, in the city. The work would encourage shared gardens through new policies and procedures and Langley’s zoning rules. Recommendations covering community gardens would be due to the city council by June 30. Brian Kelly can be reached at 221-5300.

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A Central Whidbey couple who say they were swindled out of tens of thousands of dollars by a Freeland attorney was evicted from their home last week, along with six dogs and a small herd of horses. They are now turning to the community for help so they can continue to care for their family of misfit, aging and disabled animals. Cari Hawkins-Williams and Darren Williams packed up what possessions they could grab, loaded their dogs into an old school bus and drove off after a deputy, a locksmith

and a real estate agent showed up at their Kempton Place home to evict them. “I can’t believe this is happening,� Hawkins-Williams said repeatedly as she scrambled to get her things. “This makes no sense.� Jessica Drain stood by in the cold to support the couple. She is the lead victim advocate for Families and Friends of Violent Crime Victims in Skagit and Island counties. “It’s so sad because it’s just the perfect place for them,� she said, referring to the couple and their menagerie of creatures. The home was purchased unfinished, which the couple doesn’t mind, and has

fenced-in acreage for the dogs and horses to roam. There’s a long and complicated history that led to the eviction, but it began with former Freeland attorney Peter Moote. He resigned in lieu of disbarment last year after he was accused of stealing from his clients. A detective estimated that Moote stole millions of dollars. The case was turned over to the FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s Office, but no charges have been filed. Moote represented HawkinsWilliams after she was injured at her trucker’s job. She was disabled after suffering carbon monoxide poisoning, which caused her to fall

and injure her back. Moote settled two lawsuits for more than $200,000, but then pocketed almost all of the money, she claimed. The couple fell behind in their mortgage payments. HawkinsWilliams felt she could no longer work, while her husband continued trucking. They are animal lovers and have taken in 13 unwanted horses and seven dogs. Some of the horses are over 30 years old. Several of the dogs are disabled. The cost of keeping the animals contributed to the couple’s financial problems, but they are very reluctant to give them up for fear

they will be put down. Three of the horses are still rideable and they’re willing to sell them. The horses are currently at a neighbor’s, but the couple must pay to feed them. Hawkins-Williams said she and her husband are currently sleeping on the floor of his parents’ home in Marysville, while the dogs are outside. It’s an untenable situation that can’t last. The solution, she believes, is to find a place to rent with 10 acres of pasture. Anyone willing to help can contact Hawkins-Williams at 360-632-6438 or through the Families and Friends of Violent Crime Victims at 360-982-2829.

Trial pushed back for former beauty queen accused of first-degree murder BY RECORD STAFF

COUPEVILLE — The first-degree murder trial for Peggy Sue Thomas has been pushed back almost 100 days. The trial for Thomas, the former hairdresser and beauty queen who police believe lured a Langley man to his death in 2003 with the promise of a Christmas gift for his wife, had been scheduled to

start Jan. 24. During a short hearing Monday in Island County Superior Court, Judge Pro Tem Carolyn Cliff agreed to push back the trial to May 1. Craig Platt, an attorney for Thomas, had requested the delay. Thomas entered a plea of not guilty to a charge of first-degree murder in late October. Police allege that

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Thomas, 46, lured Russel Douglas to his death the day after Christmas in 2003 with a promise of a gift for his estranged wife, Brenna. Thomas and Brenna Douglas had worked together in her Langley beauty salon, called Just B. Authorities claim that

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LANGLEY — Kids are helping kids, and parents, on South Whidbey this week. South Whidbey High School and Langley Middle School participated in toy drives to support Holiday House, a program by Readiness To Learn Foundation. The all-volunteer nonprofit provides toys and gifts to families on South Whidbey who can’t afford them. Officials from the foundation estimated more than 350 kids on the South End will receive a gift from Holiday House, thanks in large part to the schools’ toy drives. “The schools have always been really proactive in being part of the toy drive,” said Ann Johnson, Readiness To Learn’s training and development coordinator. “It’s a great leadership activity for the kids because they plan it from start to finish.” The donations were organized and promoted by students at both schools. At the high school, the leadership class runs the event. At LMS, a combined effort between the school’s leadership class and the Builders Club gathers the gifts. “The students take it over, they design it,” said SWHS leadership teacher Sharyl Harless. The 28 students in her thirdperiod leadership class collected boxes from each classroom at the high school on Wednesday. Their toy drive lasted one week and collected several packing boxes worth of gifts. Harless credited four students in particular for coordinating the program at the school: freshman Parker Collins, and sophomores Trey Adams, Wyatt Schuchman and Nick Bennett. “We just volunteered for it because we wanted to make a difference,” Schuchman said as he arranged toys in one of the boxes. Those four created the promotions for their peers and encouraged the school to join in the season of giving. Leadership students made posters, wrote the daily announcement, suggested a “gift bingo” sheet for each box and the cookie party incentive. “We basically did everything in one day,” Schuchman said. Each box had a grid for bingo. There were age ranges and genders to encourage classes to cover gifts from toddler to teenager. A competition was also created to encourage the gift giving, and the class with the most presents won a cookie party during third period Friday. Bill Patterson’s class won the cookie party. Johnson had her first contact

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South Whidbey High School students from Sharyl Harless’s leadership class take a break from gathering gifts during third period. Students, staff and faculty participated in a toy drive to aide South End families this winter with Holiday House.

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Donavin Nerison and Joe Davies, both sixth grade students, hoist the Holiday House toy drive box at Langley Middle School. Leadership and Builders Club students like Rohini Mikkelsen, Kinsey Eager, Cassie Neil and Sophia Pisana, holding some of the gifts, promoted the drive. with Holiday House while in the high school leadership class six years ago. Now she makes sure that tradition remains for the Falcons to help their community. “I’ve seen a lot of generosity in the community,” Johnson said. “It may be through volunteer time, it

may be through donating a toy, it may be through donating money. It may be through offering cookies and refreshments.” Down the road, the Cougars of LMS were busy gathering toys and trinkets, too. Their present push ended

Friday, though by Wednesday there were two large boxes full of gifts. Candy Land, puzzles, a hopscotch mat, Ballerina Barbie, a basketball and a Lego racer will all go to a young person on South Whidbey who may not otherwise have a present under the tree.

“Giving back without receiving is the most important thing I think they learn,” said Debbie Daumen, the Builders Club advisor. The Cougars’ toy drive was promoted in the school’s daily bulletin, on posters and by word of mouth, thanks to the students. The Builders Club donated $200 to purchase wrapping paper, ribbons and bows, too. A coordinated effort was needed by the 30 Cougars in leadership and the club to run the toy drive. “They are solely in charge of it,” Daumen said. Students from LMS also decorated Holiday House to make it festive. “It’s a long-standing tradition that they offer that gift to us,” Johnson said. Holiday House will accept donations of any kind until Thursday, Dec. 22. The store is open, and Johnson said people are invited to take a peek at the winter wonderland they created inside B-pod at South Whidbey Primary Campus open from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. There are also toy drop boxes across South Whidbey, and Johnson also said boxes marked “Toys for Tots” will benefit South End kids. “We make sure everybody who needs gifts and connects with us gets what they need,” Johnson said.


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Obituaries Roxie Ott Turney Roxie Ott Turney died Sunday, Nov. 13, 2011 at Careage in Coupeville. Her granddaughter, Leslie Larch, was at her side. She was listening to her favorite CD and was wearing her colorful Mardi Gras beads when she took her last, peaceful breath. There will be a Mass at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 21 at St. Hubert Catholic Church in Langley, and coffee and conversation at Good Cheer Thrift Store in Langley to follow. Roxie made an impression on everyone she met. She had a flair for the dramatic,

Roxie Ott Turney at age 25

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a unique sense of style and a wry sense of humor. She loved kicking up her heels, and wouldn’t hesitate to get up and dance in front of a crowd. At age 80, for the Senior Center fashion show, she modeled a red beaded teddy by Victoria Secret under a

silk smoking jacket (which she artistically removed much to the delight of the audience). Roxie Henrietta Ott was born in Hood River, Ore. on Oct. 18, 1916. She met her husband, Lloyd Turney, in Portland, Ore. when she was 15 and

he was 25. They married two years later in Rickreal, Ore. and shortly after moved to Condon, Ore. and began life in ranching and farming. They spent time during World War II in Portland, where Roxie worked on airplane parts as a “Rosie the Riveter.�

Community news Help needed for annual bird count Whidbey Audubon is looking for volunteers who can help out with its annual Christmas bird count. Sponsored by the National Audubon Society, Christmas Bird Counts involve more than 55,000 participants in more than 1,900 counts throughout the Western Hemisphere. The effort helps update the largest and longest-term data bank of information on trends in bird populations. Locally, the data on Penn Cove waterfowl has been especially valuable in establishing population

history and trends. Two counts are planned for Whidbey Island; Saturday, Dec. 17 for the north end of the island (Crockett Lake and north), and Friday, Dec. 30 for the South End (Greenbank Farm and south). The South Whidbey count is the first time

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a political canvasser and a volunteer through age 90. Roxie spent her life devoted to her family and hard work. Even through near blindness, she was gracious and thankful for her otherwise good health. Her husband, Lloyd, and their two children, Leon Turney and Lynne Larch Hammill, both preceded Roxie in death as did her eldest grandson, Casey Turney. She is survived by her son’s wife Dixie Turney and their children Cally (and Harry), Rex (and Lynn), Ross (and Debbie) and Jason (and Tammy); and her daughter’s first husband Carl Larch, and their children Toni, Leslie (and Kirk) Jage (and Marcy); as well as 13 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.

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Religion notes Pastor Wenzek gives ‘A Call to Love’ Tomorrow morning at South Whidbey Community Church, Pastor Darrell Wenzek continues his series from the First Letter of John. His sermon will be “A Call to Love,� based on First John 4:7-21. Christian community happens when a person responds to the call to love God and others. The community is invited to join South Whidbey Community Church for “Carols and Candlelight� at 5:30 p.m. Christmas Eve at Deer Lagoon Grange. Dinner and fellowship will follow. Sunday worship is from 10 to 11 a.m. and is preceded by an adult learning forum at 9 with Stan Walker leading a study in the Book of First Corinthians, and Rick Zapata leading a study in the Book of Genesis: the lives of the patriarchs. These are open classes and everyone is invited.

Home Bible studies are also offered; check the church website for times and locations. All SWCC sermons and special adult forum events are recorded, and are available at www.whidbey church.org. SWCC is a local independent, non-denominational church that welcomes everyone and gathers for worship at the Deer Lagoon Grange, 5142 Bayview Road. For further information about the church and services, call 221-1220.

Rev. Becker speaks at Unity service Rev. Patty Becker will give the talk, “Come Dancer, Come Prancer, Come Cupid and Joy!� at the Unity of Whidbey service on Sunday. Rev. Becker will lead an exploration of finding the underlying message of joy that is inherent in this sacred season, which is often smothered by persistent commercial-

ism, the stress of holiday expectations and the grief of lost loved ones and cherished traditions. Barbara Dunn will provide the musical inspiration and Joy Williams will be the platform assistant. All are welcome. The service is at 10 a.m. Sunday at Unity’s church at 5671 Crawford Road. Visit Unity of Whidbey’s website at www.unityof whidbeyisland.org for more information.

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Holiday music service at UUCWI The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Whidbey Island service on Sunday will include special music presentations by the Chalice Singers, the Cranberry Bog Bluegrass Band, Ken Stephens and Rev. Kit Ketcham, along with holiday readings and lots of congregational singing. All are welcome. Valuesbased children’s religious exploration classes and childcare will be provided. The service is at 10 a.m. at 20103 Highway 525, just north of Freeland. Check www.whidbey.com/uucwi for more information.

In the late 1800s, Mary Baker Eddy wrote the “scientific statement of being,� which begins “There is no life, truth, intelligence, nor substance in matter. All is infinite Mind and its infinite manifestation, for God is All-in-all.� This concept of “Mind,� or “Spirit,� as the only real substance is of particular interest during this time of year when God’s creation and the mission of Jesus Christ are a focal point of festivities and songs. On Sunday, Dec. 18, the Christian Science service delves more deeply into creation and its spiritual nature and how understanding creation involves understanding spiritual good. “Spiritual sense lifts human consciousness into eternal Truth,� (“Science and Health�). Everyone is welcome

Langley UMC hosts candlelight services Langley United Methodist Church invites the community to its two Christmas Eve candlelight services Saturday, Dec. 24. “Come to the Manger� at 4:30 p.m. is especially for families. The evening service at 10 p.m. includes

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“Carols and Communion.� A freewill offering for Good Cheer will be taken at both services. The Christmas Day service is at 9:30 a.m. as usual. For more information, call 221-4233 or email lumc@whidbey.com. A festive end to the holiday season is the annual Twelfth Night Concert with Eric Tingstad and Nancy Rumbel at WICA at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 7. It helps support the church’s music program with local artists. All seats are $22 and tickets are available at WICA.

Langley CMA goes ‘Home for Christmas’ The community is invited to join Langley Christian & Missionary Alliance as it goes “Home For Christmas.� Pastor Dwight Ford will share new insights and challenges with the traditional Christmas story and the search to recreate the heartfelt belonging of home. Pastor Ford will be speaking on “Glory to God in the Lowest� on Sunday, Dec. 18 and speaking again at the 8 p.m. Christmas Eve candlelight service. The Christmas morning worship service will be held at 10:30 a.m. In January, the church will start its “’Problems’ in Faith� series. In an age where science and secularism have raised serious questions, the series will address

some of the toughest questions such as: Isn’t the Bible just a collection of myths? Why does the Christian faith seem like a straight jacket that tries to end what little joy there is in this life? How could a loving God send people to hell? Why does he allow suffering? Why are Christians such hypocrites? The church will make available at minimum cost Tim Keller’s book, “The Reason for God – Belief in an Age of Skepticism.� Information on Langley CMA’s schedule, audio messages, Bible reading plans and upcoming activities can be found at www.Langleycma.org or by calling 341-1478.

Advent TaizĂŠ prayer service in Langley The final TaizĂŠ Prayer Service of Advent will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 21, at St. Hubert Catholic Church. All are welcome to join in simple chants, scripture, sacred silence, prayer of intercessions and a candle-lighting service. The service is a beautiful enhancement to Advent as the congregation prepares for the coming of Emmanuel. Holiday refreshments and fellowship will be offered in Read Hall following the service. The church is located at 804 Third St. in Langley. The parish office may be reached at 221-5383.

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School Board Member Damian Greene reads a prepared statement about his support to keep Langley Middle School open as Board Member Linda Racicot listens. it didn’t have a plan, she said. “If we stop it now, we leave ourselves at huge personal risk,� Engstrom said. Of the four audience members who spoke out, only one speaker wanted to close LMS. Molly MacLeod Roberts, a parent of two students at the school, criticized

the suddenness of the vote to keep LMS open. “I am dismayed that this is the only opportunity we have for public comment before action is taken to rescind a motion that was a long time in the making,� MacLeod Roberts said. “Keeping LMS does

school,� Moccia said. “We close the school, we disenfranchise that group; keep it open, disenfranchise the other.� “We can’t close it in September,� she said. While the board and Moccia discussed the memorandum to rescind the school’s closure, Scoles remained silent. He later briefly reiterated arguments he previously made. “Just because the building doesn’t meet code, doesn’t mean it’s not safe,� Scoles said. Now, the school district will move forward without a deadline looming. Work continues, however, on a broader look across the district about what programs are essential and the space those programs will need.

Moccia and the school district created a program matrix of the courses offered by each school. Knowing what the district offers, compared to what is required by the state, was an important first step, she said. Once the matrix is finalized, the district can ask the community which extracurricular programs it values before finally reviewing what can be afforded and where the best fit lies. “As we go forward, it will become self-evident,� Moccia said. Officials vowed to reexamine the district’s underutilized schools and seek broad input from the community, staff and others on potential next steps. “Whatever we do, let’s do something quick,� O’Neal said.

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nothing to increase student achievement,� she added. Three teachers from the middle school supported the board’s reversal during the meeting. Tom Sage, Rocco Gianni and Erik Jokinen all congratulated the new board on taking a different direction with the unpopular decision to close the school. In the middle of the middle school debate was first-year South Whidbey District Superintendent Jo Moccia. December marked her sixth month on the job, and she admitted that one of her first proclamations to the staff and faculty at LMS was that it would not close by September 2012. “One of the things I have the benefit of is being part of a district that closes a

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LANGLEY — Someone forgot to call the referee and let him know the wrestling match would be a close one. Granite Falls forfeited three matches to the South Whidbey wrestling team, and won Thursday night in Erikson Gym. Without a referee, South Whidbey wrestling assistant coach Nick Guglielmo officiated a closer-than-expected Tigers victory. The inexperienced Falcon squad gave up two bouts without a fight at 112 and 126 pounds. Tigers Logan Corbin and Adam Groff defeated Falcons Steve Smith and Josh McElhinny, respectively. “I thought he’d win the first five, for sure,” said Falcon head coach Jim Thompson. “One kid that got the forfeit is ranked, and the kid that Josh wrestled is ranked.” Granite Falls won the first seven matches, from the 103-pound class to 145. Two of the night’s most thrilling matches — 138 and 145 — lasted three-periods and ended in Falcon losses. Falcon sophomore Andy Madsen (138) lost to Tysen Campbell in an 8-4 decision. Through the first period, Campbell only led 2-0 on a

takedown. Campbell scored a quick takedown in the second period, until Madsen stood up for one point only to be dropped again for two. Madsen started down in the third period and scored another point for escaping Campbell’s lock and standing up. After another takedown by Campbell, Madsen scored a twopoint reversal before time expired. Falcon senior Cameron Schille (145) lost to Moses Sun in a 4-2 decision. The match looked to be in hand for Schille when he scored a takedown in 12 seconds. Sun scored a reversal before the period ended. Schille began down as his head coach and former Falcon wrestler Evan Thompson yelled from the side. “Don’t let him get up,” his coach yelled. “Don’t reach,” the coach’s son said. No points were scored in the second period, sending the exhausted grapplers to a third and final period. Sun was down and quickly scored a reversal and held on to beat Schille. “I was pretty happy for Cameron because that kid beat him 13-4 last year,” Thompson said. “I told him, ‘You’re a different

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Falcon wrestler Montana Johnson rolls Mike Poyner onto his shoulders during the 182-pound match. wrestler. You were a first-year wrestler last year, now you got a little experience it’s going to be a different match.’”

South Whidbey ended Granite Falls’ run at the 152-pound match between Falcon senior Steve Sutton and Tiger Nathan Woldstad.

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LANGLEY — Baby, it’s cold outside the key for the South Whidbey boys basketball team. Against the Sultan Turks on Tuesday, the Falcons missed every three-pointer in a 40-33 loss. A size advantage didn’t help the Falcons as much as the coaches thought it would, and South Whidbey only had six free-throw attempts against Sultan’s 18, none more important than the 12 taken in the fourth quarter. “They wanted it more than us. They got after the ball. They were going for rebounds,” said Falcon senior forward Zach Comfort. “We didn’t have enough desire for the basketball and that’s what made the difference,” he said. An early Falcon lead slipped away almost as quickly as it happened. Turk junior

Brock VandenEkart hit a three to tie the score 6-6 in the first quarter. Turk sophomore Cooper Beucherie scored a fastbreak layup for an 8-6 lead. South Whidbey committed two turnovers in the closing two minutes and didn’t attempt a shot. On the final possession of the first quarter, VandenEkart was fouled on a drive and made both free throws to lead 12-8. “We called several plays tonight where we only got to the first pass,” said Falcon head coach Henry Pope. Scoring sputtered for South Whidbey in the second quarter. On the Falcons’ first play, reserve junior guard Guy Sparkman passed the ball into the arms of a waiting Turk defender. Turk senior forward Jaden Reilly aired a three-pointer which led to a putback by Comfort, 12-10. Pope then called for the

Falcons to play a full-court press defense, which led to an over-and-back turnover by the Turks, who like the Falcons have only two seniors. The Falcons returned to the Erikson Gym version of Old Faithful: Comfort. On South Whidbey’s next possession, Comfort caught a pass in the key, wriggled through two defenders and scored a layup to tie 12-12. That basket was the final field goal the Falcons scored in the first half. Defensive pressure again created turnovers for South Whidbey, this time a steal by Comfort, which was negated by a traveling call on Falcon senior point guard Sam Lee. The Turks changed their defensive strategy, too, and focused on double teaming Comfort. “I thought we did a good job adjusting and we were able to find their big kid even in our zone and trap (defens-

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Taylor Simmons scrambles for a loose ball against Turk junior Steven Branham. es),” said Turk head coach Nate Trichler. “Keeping the big kid off the glass and everything is hard to do in a zone and trap, and we were able to do that.” While the Falcons’ inside game stalled, the outside

game never started. The next four Falcon possessions resulted in zero points: an airball, a missed three, a missed layup and a blocked layup. Sultan went on an 8-0 run, capped by an off-balance floater by

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They were shots we were settling for, instead of the shots that we wanted.� Sultan whooped and hollered as it headed into the locker room for halftime. South Whidbey sat on the benches, bewildered with an 0-for-3 in threepointers, seven-turnover first half. At the start of the second half, the Falcons’ problems seemed to be the same. The first play resulted in a South Whidbey turnover, which was quickly saved by Lee’s steal and breakaway layup to end a five-minute scoring drought. After a previous loss, Lee said that as a captain, he needed to take more shots and score more. Through the first two quarters, he had only two points. He erupted in the third quarter to score the rest of his team-high 14 points and bring the Falcons within a couple of baskets of the lead. “Breaking my guy down was a big part of it,� Lee said. “I’m pretty good off the dribble, that’s kind of my game, slashing, pulling up. He was kind of slacking off of me. They were looking at Zach as our main offensive threat.� Falcon reserve junior forward Andrew Holt kept the score at 28-24. On the Turks’ last two drives of the third quarter, Holt blocked two shots.

Points in the paint were few and far between for the Turks as they were repelled by the 6-foot-8 Comfort and the 6-foot-4 Holt. “Our defense is what keeps us in close games because we can’t execute our offense,� Comfort said. “Until we get better at finishing our shots that’s what we’ll have to keep solid.� Excellent free-throw shooting iced the game for Sultan. The Turks were 10-of12 from the line in the fourth quarter; the Falcons were only 1-of-2. South Whidbey attempted to make a run, but the shots weren’t falling, exemplified by Falcon junior Josh Bishop’s inand-out three-pointer with two minutes left that would have cut the lead to three points. “The perimeter game is second to the inside big man,� Lee said. “You can’t live and die by the three. That’s not a way to win games. “It was kind of a cold night for us. We need to be ready when we come onto the floor.� Frustration with a struggling team mounted for the coaches. South Whidbey spent almost 15 minutes in a team meeting after the game, and the players and coaches gave no kudos for effort or progress afterward. “We were a team of spectators tonight,� Pope said. “We got out-hustled, out-rebounded by a shorter team, out-

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Angeli will perform their favorite Christmas songs at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 18 at Regency in Oak Harbor. Angeli is composed of Whidbey vocalists Lynne Ogren, Cynthia Akins Fletcher, Carol Fitzgerald and Sharon Erickson, accompanied by Verna Morgan and Jan Ernst. The concert is open to the public and a free-will offering will be taken for Help House. For more information, call Oak Harbor Lutheran Church at 360-679-1561.

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The annual Bayview Holiday Market returns this year to Bayview Community Hall. More than 20 vendors from the popular Bayview Market will sell from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the hall at Bayview Corner today. The indoor market will feature winter produce from several farmers, breads, pastries, pies, cookies, holiday floral decorations and wreaths, hot food, chocolates and a wide variety of hand-made arts and crafts items from local artisans.

The Cascade Orienteering Club will host a day of orienteering at Putney Woods today. Explore Putney Woods by searching for checkpoints marked on a map; race against the clock or take an easy stroll. Participants can start any time between 10 a.m. and noon. No orienteering experience is necessary, and free instruction is available. The cost is $8-$11.

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Whidbey Children’s Theater presents “Rudolph,” a new play written and directed by Martha Murphy, tonight at 7:30 p.m., with an additional matinee at 2 p.m. Admission is a suggested $6 donation at the door.

today in Conference Room 137, down the hall from the Oak Harbor Library. The panel is open to all, but come no later than 12:45 p.m. to get a seat. There is no late admittance. Attendance is required by local driving instructors for both driver’s education students and a parent. For more information, call 360-672-8219 or visit www. idipic.org.

A5IF8J[BSEPG0[ DPNFTUP'SFFMBOE The Freeland Library will screen “The Wizard of Oz” at a movie matinee at 2 p.m. today. If this is your day to babysit, bring the children to this classic film for all ages. Follow Dorothy and her dog Toto to the land of Oz where they meet Tin Man, Scarecrow and Cowardly Lion. The classic stars Judy Garland, Bert Lahr, Ray Bolger and Jack Haley.

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Island Holiday Hoopla,” a musical, comedy, variety radio show directed by Elizabeth Herbert and performed before a live audience at 7 p.m. tonight and 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 18 in Coupeville. Featured with the Mighty Penn Cove Players this month is Jazz Haus, a jazz combo of students from South Whidbey High School. The show will be presented at Pacific NW Art School, located at 15 NW Birch St. Tickets are $15 each and seating is limited. Pre-purchase tickets at Anchor Books in Clinton, Book Bay in Freeland, Local Grown and Linds Drugs in Coupeville, and Bayleaf in Oak Harbor. Penn Cove Productions is a member of the Whidbey Island Arts Council. For more information, call 206-612-3011 or email penncoveproductions@gmail. com.

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There will be live music from 3 to 5 p.m. every Sunday at Taste for Wine, the tasting room for Blooms Winery on Whidbey and Spoiled Dog Winery, at the Bayview Cash Store. Quinn Fitzpatrick will play acoustic guitar Dec. 18. For more information, call 321-0515 or visit www.tastefor winewhidbey.com.

$PODFSUPGIPMJEBZ GBWPSJUFTBU8*$" Whidbey Island Center for the Arts presents the holiday concert “I’ll be Home for Christmas” at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 18. Whidbey Island’s vocal ensembles, the WICA Conservatory Choir, the WICA Conservatory Choir and GLEE! Club, will celebrate the spectacle of the season with favorite carols and holiday classics such as “Jingle Bells,” “Sleigh Ride,” “White Christmas” and “I’ll Be Home for Christmas.” Tickets range from $12 to $16 and are available by calling 221-8268 or 800-638-7631.

$PNFTJOHBMPOH UPIPMJEBZIJUT The public is invited to Whidbey Children’s Theater’s third annual free holiday singalong at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 19. Piano accompaniment will be provided by Robert Marsanyi. This is a family-friendly event. Whidbey Children’s Theater is located at 222 Anthes Ave. in Langley. For more information, call 221-8707.


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The “Little Brown Church� at the corner of French and Maxwelton roads in Clinton will host a community Christmas sing-along at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 21. The South Whidbey community is invited to join together for singing of traditional Christmas songs.

7am-10pm Located at Bayview Center

Happily Accepting WIC Vouchers

South Whidbey graduate and singer Alicia Gianni will give a holiday concert featuring pianist Joseph Li at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 23 at Langley United Methodist Church. Gianni was recently nominated as Best Jazz Artist in Houston for the 2011 Houston Press Music Awards and is currently at work on her solo album at the historical Sugarhill Recording Studios. The Langley concert will include a variety of music, including the debut of a few songs from her album. Admission is by donation, with all proceeds going toward Gianni’s CD production costs.

Film at library tackles hate crimes Sno-Isle Libraries will host an additional screening and public discussion of the new PBS documentary, “Not

In Our Town: Light in the Darkness,� in December. The screening is part of Sno-Isle Libraries’ “Issues That Matter� series of programs that encourage community dialogue. A local screening of the film is at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 29 at Langley Library. “Not In Our Town: Light in the Darkness� tells the story of residents of a Long Island village taking action after a local immigrant is killed in a hate crime attack by seven teenagers. While starkly revealing the trauma of hate, the film provides a blueprint for people who want to do something before intolerance turns to violence. The hour-long documentary, narrated by Academy Award nominee Alfre Woodard, will be followed by a discussion about what local residents can do to stop hate in their community. Communities across the country use the film to initiate dialogue about intolerance and antiimmigrant violence.

Tue, Wed & Thur 7:30

Justin Timberlake Amanda Seyfried

IN TIME PG-13

COMING SOON: J. Edgar, The Muppets and New Year’s Eve

Stephan A. Schwartz will lead “Opening to the Infinite: Science, Shamanism, and the Hidden Self,� a three-day workshop that will guide participants in learning and experiencing tech-

To list your church or weekly religious service here, call 877-316-7276

House of Prayer 321-6070 • Bayview 5719 Pioneer Park Place, Hwy 525

St. Augustine’s in the Woods Episcopal Church

Trinity Lutheran Church 331-5191 • Freeland

“A Greening Congregation�

www.trinitylutheranfreeland.com

www.swag-online.org Loving God, Loving People, Serving the World Sunday Worship Services 8:30AM & 10:30AM Sunday school, all ages at 9AM 10:30AM service has children’s options for 3 yrs through 6th grade Nursery for children up to age 3, both services Matt Chambers, Pastor Dareld Chittim, Associate Pastor Mark Brinkman, Youth Pastor Little Lambs Daycare & Preschool 360-221-7161

www.houseofprayersouthwhidbey.org Sunday: 10:00AM Prayer 10:30AM Worship Service Children’s Church Prayer: 11:00AM Wednesday: Women’s Group 6:30AM Friday: Men’s Group Glen Horn, Pastor

331-4887 • Freeland 5217 Honeymoon Bay Road

Woodard Road, Hwy 525, Freeland

Holy Eucharist Sun: 8AM & 10:30AM Nursery & Youth Programs Provided Monday Solemn Evensong 5:30PM Wednesday Holy Eucharist and Ministry of Healing: 10:00AM www.staugustinesepiscopalchurch.org Rev. Nigel Taber-Hamilton, Rector Shantina Steele, Director of ChristianEducation

Sunday Services 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 Adult Ed Class & Sunday School 9:30 AM Nursery provided James Lindus, Pastor Dennis Hanson, Pastor George Brunjes, Pastor Eric Ottum, Pastor Jerry O’Neill, Pastor Karl Olsen, Minister of Music

St. Hubert Catholic Church 221-5383 • Langley 804 Third Street

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Whidbey Island 321-8656 Freeland 20103 State Route 525

www.ccwhidbey.com Sunday Services 9 & 11AM

PG

Expert talks on Remote Viewing

niques for accessing the non-local self, Jan. 6-8 at the Sears House in Bayview. Using paths grounded in science, as well as shamanic and spiritual traditions, the workshop will include the direct experience of techniques for accessing the non-local self. Schwartz is one of the acknowledged founders of Remote Viewing, a “modern mental yoga� and a scientific approach to experiencing the nonlocal. For 40 years he has been studying the nature of consciousness, particularly that aspect independent of space and time. He is also the Senior Samueli Fellow for Brain, Mind and Healing at the Samueli Institute, a research associate of the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory of the Laboratories for Fundamental Research, and the author of 50 technical papers and reports. To register, contact Craig Weiner at 331-5565 or drcraig@chirozone.net.

Assembly of God 360-221-1656 • Langley 5373 Maxwelton Road

579-2570 • Clinton 3821 E. French Road

ARTHUR CHRISTMAS

A “First Day Hike� will be held on New Year’s Day at Deception Pass State Park. The park is one of four Washington state parks that will be open for guided tours on the holiday as part of the America’s State Parks First Day Hikes initiative. The hikes offer individuals and families an opportunity to celebrate New Year’s Day by connecting with the outdoors while supporting healthy lifestyle habits in the natural settings of Washington. The other hikes will be in Fields Spring State Park in Anatone; Lake Sylvia State Park in Montesano; and Squilchuck State Park in Wenatchee. At Deception Pass Park, the mile-and-a-half hike will begin at 11 a.m. at the Bowman Bay parking area. The trail is moderate, and children must be 5 years and older to participate. Hot chocolate will be

provided after the hike. It is recommended that participants bring water. First Day Hikes first started at Blue Hills Reservation, a state park in Milton, Mass., more than 20 years ago. Washington state park officials said this is the first year all 50 state park systems have offered First Day Hikes on New Year’s Day as part of the America’s State Parks First Day Hikes national campaigns. The program promotes both healthy lifestyles and year-round recreation at state parks. More information about First Day Hikes in Washington is available online at www.parks. wa.gov/events.

CHURCH DIRECTORY

Teaching through God’s Word

Sat & Sun 5:00 & 7:30 Monday 7:30

Park to open for First Day Hike

South Whidbey

Calvary Chapel of Whidbey Island

221-5525 www.theclyde.net Tickets $6, Kids & Seniors $4

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Christian Life Center 331-5778 Loving God... Reaching People!

1832 Scott Rd. Freeland Professional Center Sunday Morning Worship 10:00AM Nursery & Sunday School through 8th Grade Celebrate Recovery Tuesday evenings 7:00 Christian Life’s Ministry Center Pastor Dick Jeffers www.clcwhidbey.com

Christian Science Church 321-4080 or 222-3182 • Langley 15910 Hwy 525 at Useless Bay Rd Sunday Church Service: 10:30AM Wednesday Service: 7:30PM 1st Wednesday of the month

Langley CMA Church Christian & Missionary Alliance Church

221-6980 • Langley 6th & Cascade “Loving Christ and Others Wellâ€? Sunday Worship 10:30AM Sunday School for all ages 9:15AM www.Langleycma.org

Langley United Methodist Church 221-4233 • Langley Third and Anthes lumc@whidbey.com Sunday Service 9:30AM Nursery and Sunday School for grades K-12 during service Adult Forum class 11AM Rev. Mary Boyd, Pastor Bill Humphreys, Music Director Eve Carty, Program Associate www.Langleyumc.org A Greening and Reconciling Congregation “Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doorsâ€?

Saint Peter’s Lutheran Church 341-4715 • Clinton 6309 Wilson Pl. (1 block north of Whidbey Island Bank) Sunday Morning Service Bible Study 9:30AM Sunday Service 10:30AM Fellowship 11:30AM Mikkel Hustad, Pastor

Masses: Saturday 5:00PM Sunday 8:00AM and 10:30AM Mon, Tues, Thurs and Fri. 8:15AM Wednesday 10:30AM Fr. Rick Spicer, pastor Marcia Halligan, pastoral associate E-mail sthubert@whidbey.com

Sunday Service at 10AM Values-Based Religious Education Sept-June Childcare Year-Round Everyone welcome! Minister: Rev. Elizabeth “Kit� Ketcham uuadmin@whidbey.com www.whidbey.com/uucwi

fax (360) 221-2011 South Whidbey Church of Christ 341-2252 • Bayview Senior Service Center - Bayview Sunday Worship: 9:30AM Sunday Bible Classes: 10:30AM Call regarding Wednesday Bible Class

South Whidbey Community Church (Non-denominational)

221-1220 • Langley www.whidbeychurch.org Sunday Morning Worship 10:00AM Adult Sunday School 9:00AM Deer Lagoon Grange 5142 S. Bayview Road, Langley Wed. Home Bible Study 7:00PM Darrell Wenzek, pastor Ron Wedeking, pastor

Whidbey Evangelical Free Church 874 Plantation Drive Greenbank Just 2 miles south of the Greenbank Farm Sunday School: 9:15AM Worship Service: 10:30AM

(360) 678-4612 www.whidbey-efc.com


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workers,� he said. There will be even more beyond the shores of Whidbey Island. US Fab officials said the ferry project will mean more than 500 jobs in Puget Sound, some new, and the project will support an estimated 2,000 additional indirect jobs in Washington. The work will stretch from Tacoma to Everett to Whidbey, and is expected to involve more than two dozen other subcontractors in the region. US Fab will construct the ferry’s hull at its Harbor Island shipyard in Seattle. Other subcontractors include Eltech Electric of Seattle, which will handle electrical installation; Vigor Marine of Everett, which will be responsible for final outfitting, including flooring, galleys, restrooms, insulation, and heating and air conditioning; and Jesse Engineering of Tacoma, which will build the drive-on, drive-off ends of the vessel. “These agreements ensure the 144-car, 1,500-passenger ferry will be built by workers in various communities in our state as the Washington Legislature directed,� said Kevin Quigley, president of US Fab. “When passengers drive onto this ferry, they’ll enter on steel fabricated by workers in Tacoma, park atop a hull built in Seattle, ride in

Work on the 144-car ferry is expected to start in February. the passenger decks constructed on Whidbey Island and rely on systems installed in Everett and around Puget Sound,� Quigley added. The new ferry — which is based on the design for the 130-car Issaquah-class ferries — will replace the M/V Evergreen State, built in 1954, will take 27 months to build. Delivery to Washington State Ferries is planned for February 2014. The construction cost is estimated at $115 million, with the total cost of the vessel pegged at $147 million. Work on the new ferry will begin in February, and keel laying is expected to occur in May. Collins said work on the project at the Freeland yard will likely begin in spring. Nichols Brothers employees were given the early word last week that the shipyard would be a subcontractor on the project. Still, there was excitement this week in the shipyard when the news was made official. “They see it as job security and all those good things,� Collins said. “Certainly, it is.� Local leaders were also

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burglary. Then the hearing continued with Harris-Moore pleading guilty to 17 counts from San Juan County. Churchill said she was mindful of Harris-Moore’s tragic childhood. He started stealing and burglarizing homes when he was a very young boy just to get something to eat after his mother drank away the welfare money. Children taunted him at school for living in a derelict home and wearing clothes that didn’t fit. “It was a mind-numbing

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