Piano man | Evergreen volunteer, who has FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2011 MS, featured on Times Square billboard 
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The Kirkland Reporter received several awards at the Society of Professional Journalists’ annual Northwest Excellence in Journalism contest. Winners were announced at the SPJ’s awards Carrie Wood banquet at Safeco Field in Seattle on Saturday. The Reporter competed in Matt Phelps the category of non-daily newspapers in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. Kirkland Kevin Opsahl Reporter Editor Carrie Wood and Staff Writer Matt Phelps both won first place for General News Coverage of the quadruple murder trial of Conner Schierman, who was sentenced to death last May, and the rebuilding of [ more SPJ page 5 ]
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LWSD to lose $5.1 million during next two years State budget cuts hit school district hard, teacher pay cut 1.9 percent REPORTER STAFF
he proposed joint budget released Wednesday by the state House of Representatives and Senate will result in $5.1 million less for Lake Washington School District’s instructional programs for each of the next
two years. The proposed state budget cuts the remaining funding for kindergarten through fourth-grade class size enhancements designed to keep classes in those grades smaller. Two million dollars of this revenue was cut mid-year and the remaining $600,000 will
be cut in 2011-12 for a total reduction of $2.6 million. In addition, the state will provide about $2 million less in revenue due to cuts to employee salary allocations. These reductions are 1.9 percent for teachers and classified staff
and 3 percent for administrators. Additional cuts in programs and pension-rate contribution increases amount to another $500,000 per year impact. “This additional cut further erodes the funding we receive to provide a basic
City to host ‘One Kirkland’ events
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Seattle Mariner great Edgar Martinez signs Kirkland resident Nick Handfelt’s cast during a surprise appearance at the Kirkland National Little League celebration Saturday. See the full story on page 3. CATHARINE HANDFELT, Contributed photo
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A Kirkland man was charged by a federal grand jury as the head of a multimillion dollar international drug ring on May 11. Jacob Stuart, 39, is currently in the SeaTac Federal Detention
education to our students,” noted Deputy Superintendent Janene Fogard. Plans for how these reductions will be implemented are yet to be developed. The state House and Senate are expected to vote on this compromise budget shortly. It must be approved by the two bodies and signed by the governor to become official.
Center and faces charges along with 23 others in connection with the ring that moved up to 2,000 pounds of marijuana and up to 200 kilograms of cocaine every month, according to court documents. Robert Wolverton, an investment mortgage broker
of Bothell, has also been charged by federal prosecutors in connection with the case. The drug smuggling was done by private airplane and in conjunction with the biker group Hells Angels to move the drugs to and from Canada, according to
charging documents. Stuart, who federal prosecutors allege was the leader of the ring in the United States, and others moved marijuana from Surrey, B.C. Canada to California, Illinois, Georgia, Missouri and New Jersey and then returned cocaine to Washington state. The
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cocaine was then moved to Canada, according to federal charging documents. A Surrey B.C. strip club owner, who also faces multiple charges and is believed to be the source of the marijuana, has strong ties to the British Columbia chapter of the [ more DRUGS page 5 ]
In just four days the City of Kirkland will nearly double in size as it incorporates the neighborhoods of Finn Hill, Juanita and Kingsgate. City officials have set up a series of three events to not only celebrate “One City; 1 Kirkland” but give new Kirkland residents a chance to learn about their new city. “We put together a celebration committee that had council members and annexation area residents,” said Kirkland City Manager Kurt Triplett, who will attend all three events. “They found that they had three different needs and came up with three solutions.” Those needs are allowing residents to explore the services of Kirkland, meet the city staff and council and bring together businesses from current Kirkland and the annexation neighbor[ more EVENTS page 5 ]
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The man behind the piano BY KATIE MELTON UW News Lab
Volunteer Rick Hoover plays the piano in the Galleria at Evergreen Hospital on May 18. Hoover, who has multiple sclerosis, was recently featured on a billboard in Times Square. CHAD COLEMAN, Kirkland Reporter
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Imagine landing yourself a spot on one of New York City’s Times Square billboards for an entire week. What would it take? For Redmond resident Rick Hoover, it took doing what he loved each week for seven years. Hoover volunteers at the Evergreen Hospital Medical Center in Kirkland playing piano an hour a day, four days a week. He began his musical gig in 2004, unexpectedly. “I have a hard time passing by a good looking piano and not playing it,” Hoover said. “So, without anybody’s permission, I just went up to it and started playing. I was here for the birth of one of my granddaughters.” Since impromptu pianoplaying isn’t the status quo at Evergreen, Hoover was told he could volunteer to play after participating in a tryout at a piano store. He nailed it, and officially became a volunteer. Much as he loves tickling the ivories, it’s not always easy for him. This is because he has lived with multiple sclerosis for the
“With my MS, my brain, my eyes, and my fingers don’t work that well together. So I play pretty much by ear.” Rick Hoover past 40 years, and uses a wheelchair. “With my MS, my brain, my eyes, and my fingers don’t work that well together. So, I play pretty much by ear,” Hoover said. “I can’t play really fast, so I’m forced to play slow music. But I like slow music, so that’s okay.” Hoover was diagnosed 20 years ago, and began having symptoms in his early ‘20s. A passionate skier and defensive back for football at the University of Utah, he noticed his pace slowing during workouts, without any explanation. By 1991, he could hardly warm up for a tennis match without having to lie down and rest. A visit to a neurologist confirmed that Hoover had MS, but concluded that he didn’t have a very seri-
ous case of it, and that he would probably never be in a wheelchair. “Well, he was right, but he was wrong,” Hoover said. “I did have MS. But I progressed from one cane, to two, to a walker, and now I’ve been in a wheelchair for 10 years or so.” Multiple sclerosis varies from patient to patient, and Hoover’s is the type that remains constant, or without any remission. The disease affects the central nervous system. As Hoover explained it, the messages from his brain don’t reach his right leg at all. While playing piano, his right hand becomes fatigued, as well as his back. Or, some days when he’s playing, he becomes sleepy. “It could be a lot worse,” he said. “I don’t think anyone has caught me doing this, but sometimes I’ll put my head down on the piano and just rest for a minute.” Hoover’s 1,300-plus hours of volunteering at Evergreen as a person living with MS are what landed him a spot in Times Square in March. His wife, Marcia, suggested him to the National [ more PIANO page 6 ]
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Former Mariner Edgar Martinez meets with Kirkland National Little League baseball players during FanFest Saturday. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS were blown away.â€? During the event, Martinez signed baseballs, hats and even Nick Handfeltâ€™s cast. Nick, who plays on the Kirkland National Reds, had fractured his wrist earlier that morning while catching a pop fly during warm up. He made it back from the Evergreen Hospital ER to FanFest that afternoon to join the swarm of youngsters waiting to meet Martinez. â€œHe was very gracious and asked Nick all about his injury,â€? said Nickâ€™s mother Catharine Handfelt, adding the event â€œwas an all-American scene.â€? â€œI was very excited and happy to meet Edgar,â€? said Nick.
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he Kirkland National Little League (KNLL) held its annual FanFest Saturday at the Finn Hill Park baseball fields and was expecting to have former Mariner Dave Valle as a special guest. They got Seattle Mariner great Edgar Martinez instead. Martinez visited with the players, gave a speech, signed autographs and threw out the first pitch during an hour-long visit. â€œHe talked about how he remembered his days playing little league baseball and how special it was to him,â€? said Kirkland National Little League President Ken McCumber. â€œHe also talked about carrying that feeling of having fun with the game throughout his time with the Mariners.â€? Martinez, who is a Kirkland resident, was not the scheduled guest and those in attendance were surprised to see one of the greatest designated hitters in the history of baseball walk onto the field. â€œThere was a collective gasp,â€? said McCumber. â€œI was surprised at how many kids knew who he is. They
Frontier Communications and ESPN, along with Valle, who had to cancel his appearance, helped to get Martinez out to the event as a part of the two companies â€œGet your League into Gearâ€? campaign. â€œReally, it was just dumb luck and being in the right place at the right time,â€? said McCumber. The event is organized to give younger kids a chance to play at the big baseball fields on Finn Hill. The teams played four full games during the morning and three more after the special events. The kids also participated in skills competitions such as a home-run derby and relay races around the bases. The KNLL also gave out its annual Presidents Award to Phil Lavery, who is a community volunteer with the KNLL. He is primarily in charge of organizing the fields and field preparation. â€œHe is a businessman, but every time I see him he has chalk dust all over him (from putting down the foul lines on the fields),â€? said McCumber. â€œHe is just a stellar person to have around.â€?
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“These events will also show just how many people it takes to knit together two communities. It takes a village to create an even bigger village.“ Kurt Triplett, city manager
Time for Kirkland Council to adopt code of ethics
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he City of Kirkland does not have a code of ethics. The council has been working toward adopting a code of ethics since 2009. Mayor Joan McBride suggested the council adopt a code of ethics nearly two years ago after heated arguments and ethical issues plagued the council during the last session. A five-member Ethics Task Force was formed, which drafted a code of ethics for the city last year. Modeled after the City of Seattle’s, the code of ethics addresses policy and rules, an ethics board to deliberate on ethics infractions and complaints and addressing infractions. McBride said the council wants to take time and do McBride said the council does not plan to go through things right. “We have the ability to try and craft this the right way the whole ethics package. Councilman Dave Asher made some grammatical edits to the code and the verbiage is because this is a council that’s working very well and in place. collegially with each other,” she said. “I think given the The major issue now is for the council to consider an city’s recent history, this is even more of a reason to get independent board of ethics. this right and make sure it is built on good expectaA board of ethics would help to ensure that city tions of conduct.” We applaud the city for making this effort to TELL US WHAT government adheres to the highest standards of public service for elected officials. This board draft a solid and sustainable code of ethics. would have investigative and enforcement But it’s time for the council to move ahead power over city government, working to assure and adopt a code of ethics. that city officials are held accountable. The council tabled the code of ethics discussion The council wants to look closely at what a board of last November to make time for annexation issues. But with annexation underway on June 1, the council should ethics could look like for the city. Some council members have issues with putting together a board of ethics that have more time to address a code of ethics. The draft would be council-appointed, said McBride. code of ethics will come before the council again at the “So how do you get something that’s clearly for counnext regular council meeting on June 7.
cil members without prejudice,” she said. Many cities do have council-appointed board of ethics members, such as the City of Philadelphia. But there are some cities that take a different approach. The seven members of the City of Atlanta’s board are city residents selected by legal, business, civic and educational groups. Other cities – including the cities of Danbury and Baltimore – go so far as to stipulate that one or more ethics board members must be an attorney of law in the state. We agree with Atlanta’s approach and believe it would allow council members to avoid conflicts of interest. But board or no board, whatever the council decides, it is time for the city to establish a code of ethics. The code should address some of the “lessons learned” over the preceding council session and ultimately help maintain the council’s collegial spirit of moving forward.
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Kirkland Library thanks businesses The Kirkland Library would like to thank all of the local businesses who contributed towards making this year‚Äôs Volunteer Appreciation gathering held on May 19 a success. Thanks goes to The Grape Choice, Starbucks on Lake Washington Boulevard, George’s Place, Sweet Cakes, Hoffman’s Fines Cakes & Pastries, Simplicity Decor as well as John Ferrer and his band “Point of View.”
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New bill could protect kids from toxic chemicals Mother’s Day this month has gotten me thinking a lot about what it means to me to be a mom. I became a mother almost four
years ago and it’s an awe-inspiring job. I get to have the amazing experience of watching my kids grow and change each day, make sure they get all the food, sleep and love they need, and do everything I can to protect them and keep them safe. It is the keeping them safe part that has prompted me to write today. Over the last four years I’ve learned that despite all I do, I can’t protect my kids from harmful chemicals. Even though I constantly spend my time wading through a sea of scientific data about harmful chemicals like bisphenol A (BPA), lead, mercury, formaldehyde, and phthalates that are linked with serious health problems and yet found in many children’s products, I still can’t know if the many products I buy my kids contain one of those chemicals. Thanks to weak laws that don’t protect my kids or the rest of my family from toxic chemicals, these toxins have invaded our
homes in seemingly harmless products like crib mattresses, carpets, soup cans, clothes and even shampoo. As a parent, I’m left powerless, as the companies who make these products don’t even have to tell us what chemicals are in their products, nor do they have to prove that the chemicals they use are safe! But there’s hope. A new bill called The Safe Chemicals Act of 2011 was just introduced in the U.S. Senate to help fix America’s outdated chemical laws. It will help make sure only the safest chemicals can be used in consumer products so that parents everywhere can breathe a sigh of relief that their children aren’t being exposed to toxic chemicals. That’s why I’ve asked Senators Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray to stand up with moms like me and help us protect our families from unsafe chemicals by cosponsoring the Safe Chemicals Act. I urge you to do the same. The chemical companies have
strong lobbyists who are working hard to convince lawmakers that this new law is not necessary. But as a mom who has spent countless hours researching these chemicals and the products they are used in, I know that I need the support of my senators and laws like the Safe Chemicals Act to help me protect my kids. It will have a huge impact on the health of our kids and future generations.
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Continued family planning funding a win-win I do agree with Ms. Knight’s May 13 letter and the “best investment” our state can make is funding family planning - read: Planned Parenthood. Continued funding at the national as well as local level is a win-win situation for all.
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www.kirklandreporter.com Leonid Milkin’s Kirkland home that was burned after his wife, two children and sister-in-law were stabbed to death in 2006. In addition, former freelancer Kevin Opsahl was also recognized for this honor. Wood and Phelps also won first place for Spot News Reporting for their story “Medical Marijuana Lobbyist Protects Life from Home Invasion Robbers.” Phelps also received a thirdplace award for Lifestyles Reporting for his story “The King of Kong Takes his Place Amongst the
[ EVENTS from page 1] hoods. Incorporation of the new neighborhoods will officially take place June 1 the day the city will host an open house at City Hall from 4-7 p.m. The event is designed so that new residents can meet with city staff, advisory board members and neighborhood association members to learn about the city and the services it provides. A special presentation and welcome will be presented at 5:30 p.m. with light refreshments. The Casino Caribbean will be the site of a special business breakfast from 7:30-9:30 a.m. on Thursday, June 2. Reservations are needed for this event that will feature keynote speaker Kirkland Police Department Capt. Mike Ursino. For reservations, e-mail businessbreakfast@ kirklandwa.gov. The biggest celebration will take place at 6 p.m. at Juanita Beach
Greats.” In addition, Wood won a thirdplace Education Reporting award for “Bullying Incidents on the Rise in the Lake Washington School District.” The event is held by SPJ’s Region 10 to honor exceptional journalism in Alaska, Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana. This year’s contest honors work produced or published in 2010. More than 2,500 entries from dozens of media organizations throughout the region were reviewed and rated by out-of-state judges. Park Friday. The community celebration will feature a special welcome to the city by elected officials and city staff. There will be free dessert served at 6:30 p.m. and the event will also have live music by the Kamiakin Junior High School Jazz Ensemble, Juanita High School Pep Band and Back Burner, a bluegrass band, from 7-9 p.m. Special information booths will be set up for new residents to learn about the city, along with Kirkland Police and Fire Department vehicles on display. The event is also in coordination with the Juanita Friday Market, which will have its normal hours of 3-7 p.m. on the north side of the park and the Outdoor Movie in the Park that will begin at dusk, presented by Carillon Properties. “These events will also show just how many people it takes to knit together two communities,” said
Hells’ Angels. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials allege in court documents that Stuart “has been involved in drug trafficking for approximately 20 years.” Stuart was also allegedly one of five pilots who flew the planes. One of the most disturbing charges is that Stuart, along with Wolverton and others, were caught on wire-tapped cell phones planning the kidnapping of a female friend of an associate that had gone missing with a substantial amount of money.
“(Stuart) was intercepted discussing violent acts to be directed at various people who owed the organization money,” federal prosecutors told the court. Stuart also hired private investigators to find former associates that had taken money from the group. The group used prepaid cell phones, encrypted Black Berries and a coded language to communicate. Most members of the group had nicknames that they went by such as Shorty, Old Guy, Slim, Harley, Betty and Slick. According to court documents, intercepted and decoded messages
showed that Stuart was aware of the consequences of getting caught: “That (expletive), that is what I am looking at, like not being able to see my kids ever again.” The federal government has seized more than $1.4 million, real estate in California and Seattle, two airplane hangers in California, a Beech airplane and 1,800 pounds of cocaine. Most of the defendants, including Stuart and Wolverton, have entered not guilty pleas in the case. If convicted, prosecutors said Stuart could face 30 years to life in federal prison, with a minimum term of 10 years.
Triplett. “It takes a village to create and even bigger village.” The events will also allow citizens to voice some of their concerns. In addition, there will be an unofficial unveiling of a “Welcome to Kirkland” sign at midnight between May 31 and June 1 on 124th Ave N.E. near N.E. 149th Street in the Kingsgate neighborhood. “It is an unofficial event, but we wanted to have something to mark the transition,” said Johanna Palmer, a member of the annexation celebration committee. “It has been very nice to work with the city. We want to make it as successful as possible. We know that people are still apprehensive, but I definitely think it will be beneficial for everyone.” Triplett supports the unofficial event and said he may even attend. The city manager said he is aware of the trepidation from some
annexation residents who did not vote for the annexation process. But being a former King County Executive he also knows what was looming for the area without annexation and the county as a whole. “The annexation area would have seen a slow withdrawal of resources,” said Triplett. “The county has always done what it could to maintain the services, but it is not funded the way cities are. One of the reasons I was so excited to come to Kirkland was because when I was with King County I had to watch the inability for us to provide services and now I get to see those services be provided to that area again.” Triplett said that he hopes residents will see that Kirkland has taken on the responsibility of this annexation in a different way than many cities. “The council and city staff have gone out of their way to try
and make room for annexation residents,” said Triplett. “They have made room on boards and committees for annexation residents to serve immediately. Annexation residents can run for city council this year. Not many cities will do that, that quick.” Palmer chaired the Annexation YES committee and said that she hopes those from the annexation area will run for city council. “One reason I wanted this was to give people a voice at the local government level,” said Palmer. The filing period to run for city council is between June 6-10. “Many of these people have not seen a local government in a long time,” said Triplett. “We want them to know how excited we are for the chance to serve them.”
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For more information on the annexation events go to www. kirklandwa.gov/annexation.
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 May 27, 2011 [ PIANO from page 2] Multiple Sclerosis Society to be featured. A team was sent out to his home, and the next thing he knew he was being incorporated into MS Awareness Week. â€œI had no idea what that entailed. I knew I would be in the MS magazine, but I had no idea that I would be up in Times Square,â€? he said of the billboard that was displayed in March. â€œThat was kind of cool.â€? Hoover also didnâ€™t realize that he would be in an ad in â€œModern
www.kirklandreporter.com Healthcare,â€? a professional â€œThe talent that Rick publication, either, until a brings to Evergreenâ€™s hospital member showed patients, families and all him a copy. of our staff is exemplary. â€œIt was just amazing,â€? His gift is appreciated by said Hoover. everyone as they walk He plans on through our galleria continuing his while he is playing volunteer efforts VOLUNTEER the piano. While for as long as he Rick does not think can. Next year, of himself this way, Hoover will move he is a role model into a retirement for anyone who faces home, Emerald Heights. challenges in their lives no His wife, a psychologist, matter what they are. Rick will move into a small recently was also selected house nearby. to receive the Evergreen His continued efforts Quarterly Service award, are of great appreciation to recognizing the kindness those at the hospital. he brings through his
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time and music. We are delighted that he has also received national recognition,â€? said Bob Malte, the chief executive officer at Evergreen. Malte is not alone in his graciousness for Hooverâ€™s musical talent and dedication. â€œRick brings such joy to patients, staff, visitors and even here in our volunteer office with his piano playing. He is a generous individual, sharing his music with people here on the floor. Rick provides something that is warm and comforting and uplifting,â€? said Marcia Long, the director of Volunteer Services at Evergreen. Hoover also appreciates and enjoys his time at Evergreen, and allows it to be something of substance
Rick Hoover, of Redmond, has played piano at Evergreen Hospital since 2004. CHAD COLEMAN, Kirkland Reporter and structure during the week. â€œI havenâ€™t worked since 1997. So, this gives me something to kind of organize my day around and itâ€™s something I look
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Man shoots pit bull at Juanita Beach Park REPORTER STAFF
Kirkland man shot a pit bull after the dog first attacked his dog and then turned to attack him at Juanita Beach Park on Saturday. The man was in the park with his German shepherd when three pit bulls came into the area around 4 p.m. All the dogs were off-leash and one attacked the Ger-
man shepherd that was also off-leash. The man attempted to get the pit bull off his dog when the other two pit bulls also joined the attack, according to Kirkland police Sgt. Rob Saloum. The owner of the pit bulls, a Seattle man, also attempted to remove the dogs from the German shepherd. The dogs continued to go after the German shepherd each time they were pulled
from the dog. However, one dog pulled from the attack and turned on the Kirkland man in an aggressive manner, police said. The man took his concealed carry pistol out and shot the dog once. The man has a registered concealed carry permit for the handgun. The owner of the pit bulls took the three dogs and left to an area veterinarian hospital. The dog received surgery and
is expected to survive, said Saloum. King County Animal Control was notified and any citations concerning the animals would come from that agency. Kirkland Police will complete the investigation on the discharging of the firearm. Initial witness statements corroborate with the Kirkland manâ€™s version of the event, Saloum added.
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The man known to Seattle residents as the â€œSanta Claus burglarâ€? was arrested in Kirkland Saturday after attempting to steal a portable generator and nearly running down two people with a car. Shon Shanell, 24, of Seattle, along with Arlene Corpuz-Agcaoili were arrested by Kirkland Police after the tenant arrived home in the 700 block of State Street S. to find the two on the property. The tenant found CorpuzAgcaoili in the driveway and visibly upset, according
to court documents. The woman asked where the bus stop was, but the resident was suspicious of her nervous demeanor and the fact that she continuously looked to the back of the yard. The resident heard a loud bang come from behind the property and noticed a car he had never seen before backed up to the rear of the yard. He then saw Shanell get into the vehicle and drive towards Corpuz-Agcaoili and the tenant without regard to their safety. Both the homeâ€™s resident and Corpuz-Agcaoili had to jump out of the way of the vehicle, according to charging documents.
As the car drove away Corpuz-Agcaoili began to yell, â€œWhere are you going?â€? and then ran from the scene. The tenant then noticed that the homeownerâ€™s portable generator was gone. The vehicle, with Shanell and Corpuz-Agcaoili inside, was spotted driving east on 520 and stopped by Clyde Hill Police. Shanell was also found with .27 grams of marijuana and was driving with a suspended license. Corpuz-Agcaoili, who was recently released from jail for trafficking stolen property and has six felony convictions, admitted to going to the home with Shanell, ac-
cording to court documents. Corpuz-Agcaoili and Shanell were arrested together in 2009 in a similar incident in Seattle. Shanell is currently in the King County jail with bail set at $150,000 and CorpuzAgcaoili bail is set at $10,000. Shanell made headlines in February 2009 after he was found stuck in a chimney for six hours at a Seattle home. At the time he claimed that he got stuck trying to retrieve his backpack. Firefighters pulled the naked man out after 45 minutes and he was eventually arrested for burglary. Shanell served 17 months in jail for the crime.
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A pregnant Kirkland woman got the biggest scare of her life Saturday as her Range Rover dragged her 30 feet down her driveway and into a neighborâ€™s yard. The unidentified 38-year-old woman had just returned home in the 500
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PUBLIC NOTICES on May 20, 2011, May 27, 2011 and June 3, 2011. #490512. Central Park Tennis Club, 12630 NE 59th St. Kirkland, WA 98033, is seeking coverage under the Washington State Department of Ecologyâ€™s Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit. The proposed project, Central Park Tennis Club Expansion, is located at 12630 NE 59th St. in Kirkland, WA. This project involves 4.8 acres of soil disturbance for removal of an existing parking lot, construction activities associated with building an enclosed building containing 4 tennis courts and 2 public bathrooms, as well as site grading, construction of parking, sidewalks, utilities to serve the facility, a detention and water quality system, and associated landscaping. The stormwater will discharge to offsite ground infiltration areas within Bridle Trails State Park. Any persons desiring to present their views to the Washington State Department of Ecology regarding this application, or interested in Ecologyâ€™s action on this application, may notify Ecology in writing no later than 30 days of the last date of publication of this notice. Ecology reviews public comments and considers whether discharges from this project would cause a measurable change in receiving water quality, and, if so, whether the project is necessary and in the overriding public interest according to Tier II antidegradation requirements under WAC 173-201A-320. Comments can be submitted to: Department of Ecology Attn: Water Quality Program, Construction Stormwater P.O. Box 47696, Olympia, WA 98504-7696 Published in Kirkland Reporter on May 27, 2011. #493302
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Police Blotter The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical round-up of all calls to the Kirkland Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Kirkland Reporter Police Blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kirkland, which average about 1,200 per week.
Between May 13-19, the Kirkland Police Department reported 701 traffic violations (11 DUIs), 22 alarm calls, 14 car accidents, eight noise complaints, 16 thefts, seven car prowls, three domestic violence calls, seven calls for harassment, 11 acts of fraud, nine calls of a disturbance, five calls for illegal substances and eight calls of civil disturbance. At least 48 people were arrested.
May 19 Assault: 2 a.m., Main Street and Central Way. A 28-year-old Kirkland man was arrested after he assaulted his girlfriend and a man she had met at the Time Out bar.
May 17 Traffic offense: 11:26 p.m., 5000 southbound 405 N.E. A 30-year-old Kirkland woman was flagged for a traffic infraction, but failed to stop. The woman was eventually stopped at her home and found to be driving without a license.
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May 15 Disorderly conduct: 1:10 a.m., 218 Central Way. Two men got into an altercation with bouncers at the Time Out bar and were arrested. Theft: 2:22 a.m., 12500 block of N.E. 85th Street. A 30-year-old Grants Pass, Ore. man refused to pay a $45 cab fair and pushed the driver to the ground before fleeing the scene. The man was caught later and provided police with a false identity before being arrested.
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Minor, liquor violation: 10:36 p.m., 12200 120th Ave. N.E. A 19-year-old University Place female was contacted in the parking lot of the Rodeo and had a half full bottle of Corona beer next to her. The woman admitted to drinking the beer and was arrested after submitting a blood alcohol sample of .013.
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Minor, liquor violation: 9:40 p.m., 52 Lakeshore Plaza. A 16-year-old Kirkland boy was contacted laying face down near K-Town. The boy showed signs of intoxication and submitted a blood alcohol sample of .116.
May 13 Disorderly conduct: 2:04 a.m., 100 Kirkland Ave. A Kirkland Police officer witnessed two men fighting at the corner of Lake Street and Kirkland Ave. Both were arrested. Illegal substance: 5:29 p.m., 200 Third Street. A 17- and an 18-year-old Kirkland males were arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
May 27, 2011 
Kirkland Wednesday Market to open on Park Lane Special to the Reporter
Summer is on its way â€“ grilling season begins, the weather gets hot and people spend long days in the outdoors. The Kirkland Wednesday Market begins on June 1. The Kirkland Wednesday Market runs from 2-7 p.m. Wednesdays through October. The farmerâ€™s market is a place where people go to get food, flowers or plants, or to just relax and enjoy the weather. Last year, the market was in Marina Park by the water, but this year it will be moving to Park Lane in downtown Kirkland, where there is less wind and it is easier for the vendors, says Christina Martin, the new manager of KWM. The market will have approximately 40 vendors this year, 24 of which are farmers selling fruit, flowers, berries, and vegetables and four vendors are nursery and plant vendors. Some returning favorites will be: Classic Kettle Corn, Billâ€™s Fruit,
Christina Martin is the new manager of the Kirkland Wednesday Market, which opens June 1. CONTRIBUTED Ninety Farm (which sells beef, pork, and lamb), Wilson Fish, Valâ€™s Surroundings (a beekeeper, and collector of honey), La Pasta (fresh pasta made daily), Five Acre Farm (where you can find organic veggies fresh from Whidbey Island), and Yeng Garden (lovely fresh cut flowers). Some new vendors this year will
be: Seattle Bagel (bagels made only from Washington grains supporting local farmers), G2 Greens (planter boxes and hanging plants), Collins Family Orchard, and Urban Co-op Garden (organic veggies). While you are at the market you can park in the lot on the corner of Lake Washington Boule-
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vard and Central Way in downtown Kirkland, or in the lot by the Old Antique Mall on Main Street. There will be a road closure on Park Lane during the market. This year KWM is focused on supporting local family farms. â€œWe are really focused on family farmers and bringing them back to the market,â€? said Martin. Martin is excited about her new role as the manager of the Kirkland Wednesday Market. She was a vendor for nine years, selling jam with her son, and she always enjoyed meeting farmers. â€œI love the community and working with family farmers,â€? says Martin. The market has something for people of all ages to enjoy and is a great way to plan your dinner, have a little snack, or get outside and enjoy the fresh air. For more information, visit www. kirklandwednesdaymarket.org.
Kirkland students make SPU Deanâ€™s List The following students from Kirkland made the Seattle Pacific University
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Third straight district title for Juanita softball
KIRKLAND COAST SOFTBALL TEAM WINS DISTRICT 9 TOURNAMENT The Kirkland Coast Glory softball team recently won the District 9 mid-season Coast Tournament held May 13-15. The tournament included teams from Kirkland, Bellevue, Redmond and the Snoqualmie Valley in the Coast division – made up of 9 through 11-year-olds – and the Majors division, of 11 and 12-year-olds. Glory was undefeated in the tournament, beating Redmond West LL Heat in the final game with a 20-10 score. The Glory team included: Jordan Schroeder, Ashlyn Schoen, Jane Wilson, Heather Bramlett, Anja Hanson, Haimanot Hansen, Grace Behrman, Devon Chapman, Alexis Johnson and Grace Heiner. The team is coached by Toby Schoen and Stacia Schroeder and managed by Dean Wilson. The team’s bat girl is Ashley Schroeder. The Kirkland Eruption team also won the Majors division. The tournament is held each year and this spring raised money for breast cancer awareness. Sports contact and submissions: Megan Managan at mmanagan@ kirklandreporter.com or 206-232-1215
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or the last two years, the Juanita softball team has been handed the district trophy, earning the No. 1 seed to state. It happened again last Thursday evening, after the Rebels beat Holy Names 3-1 in the championship match. The title earned the Rebels the top seed from District 2 to the 3A state tournament, which begins Friday, May 27. During the game against the Cougars, Juanita faced stiff pitching against Sylvie Thomas, but the Rebels scored first in the second inning for a 1-0 lead. Rebels pitcher Allison Rhodes struck out five Holy Names batters before a walked batter rounded the bases to tie the game. But Rebels head coach Kristian Dahl knew soon into the sixth inning that everything was going to be
BRIEFS Lacrosse loses to King’s Way Traveling to Vancouver for Tuesday night’s first round of the boys division I state tournament, the Lake Washington Kangs fell to King’s Way 12-8. Lake Washington’s Jake Bernstein had three goals for the team, while Carson Brown added two to the total. Cooper Ramstead had five ground balls, while Colin Story had four for the team. Jonah Friedl made 11 saves during the game. The Kangs finish the regular season with a 9-9 record.
Kang doubles team to state The Lake Washington dou-
Juanita pitcher Allison Rhodes throws a pitch against Chief Sealth during Sea-King district tournament play at Lower Woodlawn Park in Seattle. CHAD COLEMAN, Kirkland Reporter totally fine. “Right at the point in the sixth inning when we got runners on second and third I knew – alright, we’re going
bles team of Kelly Watanabe and Jessica Lund earned a state berth Wednesday after placing fourth in the SeaKing district tournament. The duo, who helped the Kangs finish sixth in the girls team competition, earned a spot at state after a semifinals loss to a duo from Bainbridge. Watanabe and Lund lost 6-1, 6-4 to Grace Porter and Kate Jameson from Bainbridge. Despite the loss, the team still qualified for state, which begins Friday, May 27 in the Tri Cities.
LW baseball season ends in state first round The Lake Washington baseball season ended last weekend in the first round of the state tournament. The Kangs, after traveling to Richland for the game, lost
to be okay . When we got those base hits and scored those runs I knew Allison would be able to get it for us,” said the coach.
He was right. Two additional runs for the Rebels to make it a 3-1 game and Rhodes handled the rest. In the bottom of the sixth she
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Kangs doubles partners Jessica Lund, right, and Kelly Watanabe during SeaKing district tournament. CHAD COLEMAN, Kirkland Reporter to Hanford 14-8. Hanford started the afternoon off with a huge first inning, scoring nine runs to Lake Washington’s single trip across the plate. The 9-1 lead was extended by four in the second. Lake Washington began to connect and shake off their first round jitters in the third, with three runs of their own, and another two in the sixth and seventh innings, but it was not enough for the win. Hanford had 12 hits for 14 runs, while the
Kangs had 11 hits and five errors. During the game Chris Moore was 2-4 at the plate with two runs and an RBI, while Zach Johnson was also 2-4 with a home run and four RBI. Bob Bruikshank was 1-3 with a run, while Kory Kohlwes was 2-3 with a run and an RBI. Neil O’Connor scored a run, as did Alac Wong and Nick Johnson. The Kangs finished their season with a 13-11 record overall.
Members of the Juanita and Lake Washington track and field teams earn spots at this weekend’s state competition after the SeaKing district meet last week. The top five in each event at districts earned a spot to move on to state. The 3A state meet started Thursday, May 26 at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma. The event runs through Saturday, May 28. In the boys competition Travis Marshall earned a third place finish in the 100 meter race, while Alex Wallin finished third in the 110 meter hurdles. Vincent Ly will also compete in the state hurdles race after a fourth place finish at districts. Wallin will also compete in the 300 hurdles event after a 40.11 time earned a second place finish.
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May 30 7 Hills of Kirkland Cycling Event: One of Kirkland’s premier cycling events, the 7 Hills of Kirkland runs from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 30 at Marina Park. Riders choose from the traditional 7 Hill route (approximately 40 miles), the popular Metric Century route, or the challenging Century route - all routes begin and end at Marina Park. Registration is open and limited to 1,500 riders. Visit www.7hillskirkland.com for more information.
June 4 Map Your Neighborhood Training: Do you want to organize your neighborhood to respond to a disaster? The City of Kirkland will host a training event from 1-3 p.m. June 4 in the Peter Kirk room at City Hall, 123 Fifth Ave. RSVP to Robert Reeves at RReeves@ kirklandwa.gov.
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EVENTS May 28 Pancaking to End Homelessness: Kiwanis Club of Kirkland, KITH (Kirkland Interfaith Transitional Housing) and Kirkland Alliance of Neighborhoods present “Pancak-
Juanita Friday Market: The Juanita Friday Market is now open and runs from 3-7 p.m. Fridays at Juanita Beach Park, 9703 N.E. Juanita Drive. Due to the delay in the construction work by the beach side, the market will operate by the Forbes House and should move back to the beach side by the second week of June.The market hosts 35-plus vendors selling: fresh organic fruits & vegetables, beautiful flowers, bedding plants & herbs, honey products, dry dip mixes, chutneys, kettle corn, taffy, cupcakes, breads, and other tasty treats. The artisan section will showcase fine jewelry, pottery, pet supplies, face painting, soaps and lotions. Live music and performances all afternoon and evening. Fun Kid’s Crafts and Activities each week. First Baptist Church returns with their beloved puppet show the first Friday of each month. Kirkland Wednesday Market: The market will run from 2-7 p.m. June 1 through Sept. 28 on Park Lane. Produce featured varies by the season, but is all locally grown. The
market will also have various local crafters/ artists every week. For more information, visit www.kirklandwednesdaymarket. org or e-mail kirklandwednesdaymarket@ gmail.com.
ARTS Merrill Gardens Annual Art Show: The Kirkland Senior Council is sponsoring the 3rd Annual Senior Art Show this June and is again partnering with Merrill Gardens at Kirkland to provide the host site for the senior art exhibit titled: “Seniors Are Artists, Too.” The art show will feature painting, sculpture, photography, quilting, and other media done by local senior artists, starting June 10. Merrill Gardens will host an artists’ reception featuring live jazz with the Ev Stern Trio from 6-8 p.m. June 10, in conjunction with this year’s Second Friday Art Walk. The senior art show installation will remain on display in the Merrill Gardens lobby, free to visitors, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. through June 19 at 301 Kirkland Ave. Toto Auditions: Studio East will be holding open auditions from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 11 for two dogs to be cast as Toto in their upcoming production of “The Wizard of Oz,” at the Kirkland Performance Center on the weekends of July 29 and Aug. 5. Cost is $20 for advanced registration; $30 day of the event. Studio East is located at 11730 118th Ave. N.E. For information, visit www.studioeast.org or call 425-820-1800. Simply Barbra: Steven Brinberg is the premier Barbra Streisand impressionist, performing his incredible show, Simply Barbra, to international acclaim. He pays homage to all that is Streisand. Brinberg does not lipsync his performances, but instead accurately portrays Streisand with his own voice. The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. June 13 at the Kirkland Performance Center. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at www.kpcenter. org or by calling 425-893-9900. 19th Annual International Miniature Art Show: Parklane Gallery presents a really big show of really small art that feature more than 300 works of miniature art. Miniature painters comply with strict standards of scale and balance to produce works that beg for a closer look. Magnifying glasses are provided for a more close and personal look. The exhibit runs through June 5 at Parklane Gallery, 130 Park Lane. For information, visit www. parklanegallery.com or call 425-827-1462. Second Friday ArtWalk: Artwalk is now from 6-9 p.m. the second Friday of the month. Along with the participating galleries of downtown Kirkland, the City of Kirkland Cultural Council “Artilization”Team has plans to invigorate the new art walk experience with the inclusion of sidewalk activities, temporary artist placement in participating businesses and live performances. Participants include Blaubak Gallery, Gallery Wine, Howard/Mandville Gallery, George’s Place, Jennifer Winter Photo Studio, Kirkland Arts Center, Kirkland Painting Company, Kirkland Performing Arts Center, Lakeshore Gallery, Merrill Gardens, Parklane Gallery, Unique Plus +, Soul Ease and Zoka Coffee. For a free, self-guided Artwalk Map go to www. kirklandartwalk.org.
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St. There is an $8 model fee per session. Howard/Mandville Gallery: Featured artwork by artists Renato Muccillo and Kim Matthews Wheaton. Oil/panel artist Renato is from British Columbia and is firmly established with collectors in Canada, but relatively undiscovered in the U.S. Oil/ linen artist Wheaton lives and works in the Columbia Basin region of Washington. View the artwork at the Howard/Mandville Gallery, located at 120 Park Lane, Suite D. For information, call 425-889-8212. Second Saturday Contradance: A new community dance series will be held every second Saturday at the Juanita Community Club, 13027 100th Ave. The evening will be primarily contradances – a social dance form originally from New England. Dances are presented by a caller with a live band of traditional folk musicians. A walk-through is provided for each dance. Attending with a partner is not necessary. Beginner contradance instruction starts at 7:30 p.m. and the dance gets into full swing by 8 p.m. Free ice cream is provided during the break. Admission is $8 at the door; $4 for student with an ID. Info www.folkhorizons.org or 425-605-0804. Folk Horizons is a non-profit organization. Skylight Open Studio: Kirkland Arts Center students and members are invited to enjoy free weekly drawing and painting sessions from 1-5 p.m. Fridays in the Skylight Room at the Kirkland Arts Center. For information, visit www.kirklandartscenter.org. Artluck!: On the last Friday of each month, artists come to Kirkland Arts Center to share a meal, view new work, and discuss current art issues. Each month features a short presentation or exercises to boost creativity. Potluck begins at 6:30 p.m. at KAC, 620 Market St. Kirkland Arts Center Store: Wonderful new work is arriving weekly in all mediums, so make this a regular stop for gifts, selfindulgence, and retail therapy. Conveniently located at the core of downtown Kirkland at 336 Parkplace, Kirkland Arts Center’s has store is open seven days a week, and offers artmaking activities for kids and special in-store events. Store hours are Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information call 425-827-8219. Live Guitarist: Guitarist Jake Olason takes requests from 7-10 p.m. every Wednesday at St. James Espresso, 355 Kirkland Ave. For information, visit www.kirklandsbestcoffee. com.
BOOKS Robert Dugoni: Kirkland resident Robert Dugoni launches his “Murder One” tour with an event at 7 p.m. June 7 at Parkplace Books, 348 Parkplace Center, in Kirkland. Dugoni delivers another gripping legal thriller in his popular David Sloane series.
BUSINESS Kirkland First: This free service offered by the City of Kirkland gives local businesses and consumers the opportunity to connect and do business locally. Kirkland businesses or non-profits are invited to create a free listing on the Web site or search for local Kirkland businesses quickly in one place, at Kirklandfirst.org. For information, contact Elizabeth Ordos at 425-587-3013.
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CLASSES Empowering Caregivers to Make the Difficult Decisions: Join Aegis Living for two presentations from 1-3 p.m. June 6 at the PACCAR Education Center at Overlake Hospital, west parking lot, first floor; and from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 7 at Evergreen Hospital, Tan Building, Room 100. Learn the decision making pathway and four tools for making ethical decisions based on the needs and values of the client. This is a free event, open to everyone in the medical field. RSVP prior to June 1 to Sandra.cook@aegisliving. com. ‘Jesus at the Core’ Wellness: Holy Yoga, a ministry dedicated to creating healthy and whole lives in Christ, will host the “Jesus at the Core” Wellness event from 6-9 p.m. June 3 and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 4 at Washington Cathedral, 12300 Redmond-Woodinville Road, N.E., Redmond. The two day event offers Holy Yoga and Revelation Wellness Fitness classes and workshops, live contemporary worship music, as well as a catered lunch provided by Whole Foods Market. A suggested tax-deductible donation of $75 for both days of Holy Yoga and Revelation Wellness workshops or $35 for Friday night only. Early registration is encouraged at www. holyyoga.net/workshops. Free Legal Clinics: Eastside Legal Assistance Program, a nonprofit that provides free and low-cost legal services in King County, announced that its volunteer attorneys are offering a free legal consultation clinic at the Kirkland/Northshore Hopelink. The clinics, which are designed to help low-income residents of east King County understand and assess civil legal issues, will take place twice a month. To make an appointment, call 425-747-7274. Free Break Dancing for teens: Practice your freezes, flexes, spins, pops and locks and get rock-solid footwork as you develop your own unique break-style. Classes are held from 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Kirkland Teen Union Building. No previous dancing experience required. Visit www.ktub. org/programs/.
SUPPORT GROUPS GFWC Kirkland Woman’s Club: The woman service organizations meets twice a month at noon the first Thursday of each month (even days, pot luck; odd days, lunch is served) and 1 p.m. the third Thursday of each month for coffee and dessert at the Kirkland Woman’s Club, 407 First St., Kirkland. For reservations, call 425-829-7720. Eastside The Compassionate Friends: For any parent who has experienced the death of a child, at any age, from any cause. The group meets the second Thursday of every month from 7:30-9:30 p.m. at the Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, 10021 N.E. 124th St., Kirkland. For information, call 425-325-0357. The Eastside Welcome Club: Meets the first Wednesday of the month at 10 a.m. in members homes and on various days of the month for other activities and outings. If you are new to the area and want to meet new people and join in different interests and social groups, please contact Sharon at 425-836-9224. Kirkland Moms Network: An on-line support group for stay-at-home moms (or dads) who live in or near the Kirkland area. The group meets several times a month for outings and play dates. For more information, visit kirklandmomsnetwork.groupsite.com. Overeaters Anonymous: Meets at 7 a.m. Tuesday at Bellevue Alamo Club, 12302 N.E. 8th St. All are welcome. Bellevue Women’s Club: A support group where you can make new friends on the Eastside who have similar interests and participate in activities you enjoy, including Bridge, Pinochle, Bunco, book club, theater group and more. Monthly luncheons and programs are held on the third Wednesdays of every month at various times and places. For information, call Jan at 425-391-1135.
VOLUNTEER Eastside Community Aid Thrift Shop: ECA is an all-volunteer non-profit organization that raises money through its thrift shop. All profits are donated back into the Eastside community through grants. No experience needed. Fun way to give back to your immediate community. Open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Volunteer a
couple of hours, half a day or all day once a week. Call or visit ECA Thrift Shop at 12451 116th Ave. N.E., Kirkland. For information, call 425-825-1877. Kirkland Arts Center: KAC relies on volunteers with all skill levels for special events, gallery, outreach, and arts education programs. Interested persons should contact Ashley Baldonado, volunteer coordinator, at 425-822-7161. Kirkland Performance Center: Each performance at KPC is staffed with volunteers who help take tickets/ usher, manage concessions and assist with pre- and post-performance needs. Front of house volunteering at KPC is a great way to see shows and become more involved in the community. Visit www. kpcenter.org/volunteer.htm to sign up, or for further information about ushering or other front of house duties, please contact the Box Office Manager at email@example.com. Evergreen Hospice and Palliative Care: Volunteers are needed to serve patients and families throughout King and Snohomish counties. The hospice and palliative care volunteers provide service to the patient and family by providing companionship, life review, compassionate presence, light household help, running errands, or providing respite so the primary caregiver can have a break. To learn more about the volunteer program, call 425-899-1040 and/ or apply online at the Evergreen Healthcare website at www.evergreenhealthcare.org/ hospice.
MEETINGS Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce: The next meeting will be a business networking luncheon from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 8 at Milagro Cantina, 148 Lake St. South. Free with lunch purchase. RSVP by calling the chamber office at 425-822-7066. Eastside Homelessness Advisory Committee: EHAC coordinates efforts to mitigate and end homelessness on the Eastside. Monthly meetings are held from 2-4 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month at the First Presbyterian Church of Bellevue, 1717 Bellevue Way N.E. All are welcome. Singles Golf Group: Hey single golfers. Have you been missing opportunities to play a variety of great courses while meeting new people and having fun? The group is looking for golfers of every level and age to join them and experience a lot of good tee times and a variety of people who love the game as much as you. The ASGA (American Single Golf Association) holds monthly dinner meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at The Big Fish Grill, 10426 Northup Way, Kirkland. For information, e-mail singlesgolf.com or call 206-444-4055. Kiwanis Club of Kirkland: The group meets from 12-1:15 p.m. every Wednesday at the Crab Cracker in Kirkland. The global organization of volunteers is dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. For information, visit www. kirklandkiwanis.org or contact Matt Gregory at 425-828-0231 or e-mail MollyTaffy@ msn.com. Rotary Club of Kirkland Downtown: Weekly meetings held on Tuesday mornings at the Crab Cracker restaurant in Kirkland begin with coffee, conversation and a buffet breakfast at 7:15 a.m. For information, visit www.RCKD.org. Rotary Club of Kirkland: The club meets at 6:15 p.m. Mondays at the Woodmark Hotel, 1200 Carillon Point. For information, contact Barb Seaton at: tbseaton@comcast. net or 206-782-3815. Weekly Roundtable: Join community members to discuss “Local Perspectives on Market Uncertainty: How are we feeling about the markets and why.” The group will informally discuss how volatility in the markets affects each of us, and participants can share ways for others to feel positive about making decisions during turbulent times. Open to all over 21, but sign-up required as room space is limited to six each week. The free roundtable runs at 6 p.m. Wednesdays at 2205 Carillon Point. Call Chris at 425-766-8797. Kirkland Eclectics: Kirkland Eclectics, a Toastmaster Club, meets from 7-9 p.m. Thursday evenings at Merrill Gardens Retirement Community, 201 Kirkland Avenue in downtown Kirkland. For information, contact Paul Yarbrough at 425-822-1428.
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Bark for Your Park in Kirkland Kirkland Dog Off-Leash Group is seeking the community’s support in PetSafe’s national dog park contest, Bark for Your Park. PetSafe will give one lucky community $100,000 to build a park and KDOG has nominated Kirkland for the award. To show your support for the Kirkland community to win the Bark for Your Park contest, log up to 10 comments of support for Kirkland to win at: www. barkforyourpark.com. The first round of the contest runs through June 1. PetSafe will then review the information provided by community members to gauge community enthusiasm, availability of land and other resources and overall impact to the city. Based on that criteria, PetSafe will
Meet pet sitters, dog walkers Plan for your summer vacation – interview some of the top pet sitters and dog walkers in the area from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. June 4 at Nature’s Pet Market, 10635 N.E. 68th St. For information, call 425-2984480.
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About KDOG KDOG, which has more than 250 members, was formed by Kirkland citizens in 2007 to create a safe legal dog park for the city. After citizens requested a dog park for more than 11 years, the Kirkland Council authorized KDOG to build a public dog park on city property last November. According to KDOG, the park must be privately funded, including annual operating expenses. KDOG volunteers have worked
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A.G. Bell Elementary students recently raised more than $1,800 to benefit the earthquake relief efforts in Japan. The students held a school-wide coin drive for three weeks.
Karen Gaudette is a food writer for PCC Natural Markets.
A.G. Bell students raise $1,800 for Japan
shielded these plant starts from seed to seedling. Youâ€™ll find their organic plant starts through June at PCC Natural Markets and many other area nurseries and garden centers. Learn more about Rentâ€™s Due Ranch at pccnaturalmarkets.com/producers/ produce/rents_due.html
without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. Youâ€™re supporting the long-term health of both their soil and yours â€” especially if you opt for rich, organic compost to enrich your garden. Farmers JoanE and Michael established Rentâ€™s Due Ranch in 1980 with the idea to produce healthy, wholesome food for their own family. Today, the farm features 50-plus acres of organic vegetables, berries and flowers â€” not to mention the many greenhouses that
es, itâ€™s finally time to dig in the dirt and get your garden growing with help from a rite of spring in the Northwest: the arrival of lovely, organic plant starts from Rentâ€™s Due Ranch in Stanwood, Wash. Hereâ€™s a sampling of what farmers JoanE (CQ) McIntyre and Michael Shriver have nurtured from seed since the dark days of January: lettuces; garden greens like spinach, chard, kale and arugula; artichokes; heart-healthy Brassica family members like broccoli and cauliflower; strawberries; endive; culinary herbs galore; flowering and edible peas; onions, garlic, leeks and other Allium family members; tomatoes; peppers; and a rainbow of perky bedding flowers. When you choose organic plant starts for your garden, youâ€™re supporting local farmers who choose to raise crops
Volunteers are needed to finish rebuilding Leonid Milkinâ€™s home, which was burned to the ground after his wife, two children and sister-in-law were murdered in 2006. Work begins at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 28 in the Totem Lake neighborhood. For information, call 425260-0570.
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