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ocal motorists can expect to see more red and blue lights flashing in their rearview mirrors if they don’t slow down, thanks to more officers out on Kirkland streets doing traffic stops. In fact, the number of
traffic stops in Kirkland has spiked by 30 percent in the first three months of 2011 compared to the same time last year, according to Reporter statistics. The increase in traffic stops is directly attributable to the annexation ramp up, said Kirkland Police Department Sgt. Rob Saloum. “There have been more
bodies out there,” said Saloum. “We have 20 additional officers on the street.” The increase in traffic stops within the city will continue until the annexation date of June 1, when it is assumed that the same average will be spread over the bigger geographic region. When officers are not responding to calls they are free to use their time, at their discretion, in other ways. “They can allocate their time as they want,” said [ more POLICE page 7 ]
“Little Roos” preschool says goodbye after 25 years
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Celebration for Vicki Bundy, old LWHS building held tomorrow from 2-5 p.m.
Prominent local artist diagnosed with terminal leukemia
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Looking out over the 800foot summit of Dunstable Downs – part of the Chiltern Hills in Bedfordshire, England – Petronella Fursman waits for the wind to blow against the face of the hill. When the glider pilot gets her ridge lift, she sets adrift. “Then you soar to and fro in that up current,” Fursman explains in an English accent of her adventures as a glider pilot when she was 25 years old. Now at 76, Fursman still beams when she describes the experience. “You can just go anywhere. It’s lovely – very free and very quiet. It’s beautiful.” During a celebration of life event in her honor at the
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Petronella Fursman, right, shares a laugh with her grandson, Talus Book, during a celebration of life event in Fursman’s honor at the Peter Kirk Senior Center on April 7. Fursman, who was one of the founding members of the Kirkland Artist Studio Tour, was diagnosed with terminal leukemia. CARRIE WOOD, Kirkland Reporter Peter Kirk Senior Center on April 7, more than 50 friends and family members came to share memories with Fursman and thank her for her artistic contributions to the community as one of the founding members of the annual Kirkland Artist Studio Tour (KAST). Fursman was recently diagnosed with terminal leukemia.
A photo collage set up on a table displayed pictures of Fursman’s adventuresome life: a young lady in an open cockpit as a glider pilot, windsurfing on Lake Washington, ice climbing in Alaska and trekking in the Himalayas. Ask Fursman about any one of her experiences, and she has an extraordinary
story for each one. There was camping in a Belize jungle. A local boat guide took her and some friends up the river, where they camped alongside the Monkey River. “We swam in it and the top half was cold and the bottom half was warm,” she recalled. “We couldn’t make [ more ARTIST page 8 ]
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Many people’s first social recollections come from preschool. Learning their ABCs, to count, tie their shoes, making their first friends of the same age. For about 1,000 current and former Kirkland residents, those memories will forever live in the basement of Lake Washington High School in the classroom of Vicki Bundy – even after the building is torn down later this year. The Little Roos preschool program is linked with the high school’s “life skills” child psychology elective, which along with Bundy’s career will all come to a close, but not before the community is invited to say goodbye tomorrow. “My best memories are from when former preschoolers come back and tell us how much of an impact we had on their lives,” said Bundy, who retires this
year after 25 years with the preschool program. “And, when former students bring their kids to us. To know that we made a difference is great. It is amazing how many kids become teachers and have other careers that are related to kids.” The “Farewell to Old Lake Washington” event will take place from 2-5 p.m. Saturday at the high school, in conjunction with the farewell event for the Little Roos program. The farewell to Bundy will be treated like an open house, with old preschool graduation movies being played as well. “We want to invite all current and former ‘Little Roos’ and their families to come and say goodbye to Ms. Vicki,” said Lynne Luckey, a child psychology teacher, who teaches the high school students associated with the preschool and life skills elective. “It is sad because it is a real loss for the community. [ more ROOS page 2 ]
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LWHS items up for bid during farewell event You can own a piece of Lake Washington High School history. As part of the special community event, “Farewell to Old LW,” a silent auction and memorabilia sale will raise money to purchase an
www.kirklandreporter.com electronic reader board for the new school, which will open to staff and students in September. The farewell event will formally bid adieu to the old building, which has been home to the Kang family since 1949. The event will run from 2-5 p.m. April 16 and will include tours of the old building. During its more than 60 years in operation, many special items have accumulated. There won’t be room in the new building for all of these items while at the
same time, some community members may be thrilled to have that homecoming banner or team photo to hang in their own home. The auction/sale will be held from 2:30-4:30 p.m. in the cafeteria. Cash and checks only will be accepted – no credit cards. The new Lake Washington High School building is currently under construction. Construction photos and more information on the new building are posted on the Lake Washington School District Web site.
[ ROOS from page 1] But this is a way to say ‘thank you’ to Ms. Vicki.” Bundy’s 25-year career at the high school has made an impact. “Everyone is sad about it,” said Bundy. “I figured out that I have had over 1,000 preschoolers and about 2,000 high school students ... I am heartbroken to have it come to an end, but I look forward to seeing former students and their families.” Vicki Bundy sits in the middle of her classroom during show and tell The life skills program is one of the most popular elec- with the “Little Roos” on Tuesday. MATT PHELPS, Kirkland Reporter tives at the high school. was a benefit for all students. “It is the only program that of the new building it would have cost us $1 million to “I think the school district prepares them for the only doesn’t really understand career they are guaranteed to continue the Little Roos part of the child psychology what we do,” said Bundy. have,” said Luckey. program.” “But the financial pendulum Bundy has been told that Phelan said the school swings, sometimes toward the two programs became a district worked hard to make more life skills and somevictim of the lack of space in sure “no Little Roos were left times away. But it is sad they the new building. in the lurch.” can’t find a balance.” “They really haven’t given “We announced this Bundy said she took the us a concrete reason,” said change two years ago,” job at the high school after Bundy, who was plansaid Phelan. “We have teaching at a Little Folks prening to retire fairly soon, but the end of KIRKLAND not allowed any new school in Redmond. But the students in the Little program was much different preschool program Roos program and in 1986 as more of a parent hastened the deciwe only took foureducation class for toddlers. sion. “It is financial year-olds this year.” “I grew it into a preschool too.” In the end, Phelan said program,” said Bundy. “I Lake Washington School the Little Roos did not fit the had no concept of what was District Director of Career core mission of the overall ahead of me ... The commuand Technical Education nity has been so supportive. Dan Phelan said that keeping program, as it does not lead students into a specific career Every year we have a waiting the Little Roos program ulpath or path in higher educa- list.” timately would have cost the tion. The “Little Roos” farewell school district $1 million. But Bundy said the joining will be held in the basement “It has been a long, hard of the preschool program classrooms at the north side difficult decision,” said Pheland the life skills program of the school. an. “But with the redesign
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Following the armed burglary, the Kirkland email@example.com Police Department began an Kirkland Police have investigation to determine solved a case involving a the suspectâ€™s identity. Detecconvicted felon who was tives released a composite charged in connection with sketch of the suspect to area a recent armed robbery and law enforcement agencies, two burglaries in Kirkland. which generated a possible Bothell resident Edward suspect. A King County Diep, 19, was charged with deputy recognized the sketch first-degree robbery, unlawas looking similar to Diep, ful possession of firearms who recently worked at the and burglary in King Woodinville Cafe. A resCounty Superior taurant employee told Court on April 5. He detectives that Diep CASE is currently being had been referred held on $250,000 to the cafe while on bail at the King work release, but County Jail and will had walked off the job be arraigned April 19. about two weeks prior. The armed robbery ocDiep was found to have curred on Feb. 27 when Diep a criminal history, includrobbed two men at gunpoint ing prior convictions for in a parking lot located outassault, residential burglary, side of Izumiâ€™s restaurant, ac- attempted theft, first degree cording to court documents. escape and a dangerous The suspect pointed a loaded weapons violation. Bothell handgun at the victims and Police also found Diep to demanded their money. One be a minor in possession of of the victims handed Diep alcohol on March 1. his wallet containing credit Kirkland Police arrested cards and $200 cash and the Diep on March 31 and suspect fled on foot. served a search warrant Kirkland Police brought in on his Bothell residence. Max, the K-9 search dog, but Officers recovered a gun officers believed the suspect believed to be used in the had fled in a vehicle. February burglary, the BY CARRIE WOOD
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“I thought rather than having them stored in my garage, I’d rather people enjoy them.“ Kirkland artist Petronella Fursman said of her artwork.
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humbs up to the groups of Northwest University students who spent their afternoon on Saturday “Kleaning Kirkland” and planting flowers around several park signs. Liliya Semenyuk, who is getting ready to graduate with a degree in Biology and Intercultural Studies, organized the volunteer event to give back to her community. Thumbs up to those who helped to rebuild Leonid Milkin’s basement on Saturday. Also, thumbs up to the Kirkland Rotary that donated money needed for the garage permit, to the Construction Industry Training Council’s carpentry apprentices for making preparations for the door hanging, and to Frank Lumber, which donated all the doors for the basement. Thumbs up to Ben & Jerry’s in downtown Kirkland for serving up some free ice cream on Tuesday. Thumbs up to Kirkland resident Stu Clark who was spotted fixing up the Crestwoods’ trail on Saturday. Thank you! Thumbs up to Kirkland resident and renowned artist Petronella Fursman for her many years of dedication to the Kirkland Artist Studio Tour on Mother’s Day weekend. Thumbs down to the construction work at Juanita Beach Park. Residents expected the park
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Sarah Conrad hands a free ice cream cone to a young girl at the Kirkland Ben & Jerry’s on Tuesday. The company gave away free ice cream cones during its annual customer appreciation event. MATT PHELPS, Kirkland Reporter to open this spring and will now have to wait until summer. We already gave up one summer – come on, already! Thumbs down to the Kirkland City Council for still not having a code of ethics. Thumbs down to the Bothell man who robbed two men at gunpoint and burglarized a Kirkland home and the Kingsgage Library. Why would anyone stoop so low to steal a donation box? Thumbs down to those who only give to promote themselves. Try giving from the heart. Thumbs down to the individual who proceeded to do exactly what they were criticizing others not to do: namely, thought-
lessly following lock step with the talking points of one political party. The current tax rates that they talk about are scheduled to expire and revert back to the original higher rates. Thus, the Republican party’s efforts to get them extended certainly is going to cost the federal government a great deal of money that they can ill afford to spend frivolously now. Talk about twisted logic!
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Stop enabling virtual school scam The state superintendent of public instruction (SPI) is asking for hundreds of millions of dollars for new construction in the capital budget. It may pass without much scrutiny because (as Rep. Larry Springer aptly states in his recent Kirkland Views video) the legislature has had only one topic on its mind, the operating budget. For the last several years SPI has been using a major portion of its capital funds to enable what I call the “virtual school” scam. It’s been successfully plied for several years by affluent school districts to pilfer state matching money for otherwise ineligible new construction. The scam is simple. A district starts a “modernization” project. It then requires the architect to include the cost to provide temporary housing (a “virtual school”) during the entire time of remodeling, as a part of the cost of modernization. This contrived major cost, when combined with major remodeling costs, runs the total estimated project cost above the state matching limit for a modernization project.
SPI rejects the modernization project based on this bogus estimate, but rubber stamps a request for state matching funds for new construction in lieu of modernization. This costs the state 50-60 percent more in matching costs than if the building were remodeled. A substantially sound public building with scores of remaining useful years becomes landfill. The district gets a new school and calls it “modernized.” The state has 50-60 percent less money to spend on legitimately needed projects. The public is fleeced at both the state and local level. This practice is clearly neither fiscally responsible nor sustainable in any sense. Since the “virtual school” is never built, the ruse is used over and over for other projects. Only SPI knows how many districts have taken advantage of this ploy for how many schools over how many years. LWSD alone has used the scam for more than 20 schools and still counting. We’re talking hundreds of millions of dollars wasted in any case. Serious money. I’m not sure where the capital budget is at this point. In any event, I’d like to go on record asking Springer to take
some time away from his dedicated work on the operating budget and find enough like-minded fiscally responsible colleagues as needed to disapprove any further capital funding for SPI, which would enable the continuation of this scam.
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Market’s potential failure on energy policy would be grave I read with some amusement Mr. Jared’s column about nuclear power (April 8), and how this country should let the markets decide our “energy policy.” While we all can agree that the markets might get this right, we should also agree that they mightn’t, and the consequences of failure would be grave. Oil is strategic, and yet we rely on other countries for over half of what we use. It certainly makes sense to me to have the government take a long-term view and invest in a mix of technologies. Yes, of course we should have a “policy” on this, just as we should have, as Mr. Jared sneers, a “grocery policy” - food security is
rather crucial as well. But are these legal government functions? Mr. Jared glibly states that “energy” isn’t in the Constitution, and he is technically correct. It’s difficult to fault our founders on this oversight though, since in 1776 “energy” hadn’t really been invented yet. Most people were farmers that relied on animals for power and candles for light. Modern “energy” was centuries in the future. However, the smart people who wrote the Constitution thought in broad terms and put in words like, from Article 1, section 8, “provide for the Common Defense and general Welfare of the United States,” knowing they’d need flexibility in their short document. A lawyer should know this. So of course our government has the power to set policy concerning the long-term health of the country. And a final point, about subsidies: Just how much of the annual $750 billion military budget should one figure goes to ensuring our oil supply? Compare any fraction of that to any of the paltry investments being castigated, and Mr. Jared’s emperor just lost his clothes.
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April 15, 2011 
LETTERS A different perspective on energy policy I’m writing to suggest a different perspective on energy policy to that Mr. Jared proposed in the 8 April edition. It was “let the market decide” energy policy. The energy needs of any country, especially ours, have national security implications. We have long known that dependence on foreign sources can be a problem. There is no denying that market competition under reasonable constraints has been the greatest producer of wealth in modern times. But the market is not capable of making the choices necessary for security interests and they shouldn’t be expected to. The government is going to have to be involved. As an aside, a “grocery policy” can also have national interests for countries who depend on food imports and exports. We are among them.
Bob Thompson, Kirkland
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The Lake Washington Schools Foundation supports academic excellence and success for all students in the Lake Washington School District. We do this by granting money to the school district and directly to schools through grants such as “Reaching for Success” grants that fund classroom enrichment and enhancement directed at each schools Continuous Improvement Plan, funding for academically at-risk elementary students with financial needs
to attend summer school, leveling the playing field for junior high and high school students with financial challenges to pay for items such as science lab fees or AP testing fees, and the LINKS mentoring program. To date, the Foundation has provided over $750,000 to benefit students within LWSD. In order to provide this support, we need to raise the funds. With the current state funding challenges, Foundation support to the district is needed now more than ever. Our annual fund raiser is “A Legacy for Learning” luncheon that will be held at Juanita High School on April 20. We host more than 500 community members each year at the event. We invite all of you who have a passion for excellence in education and want our kids prepared for the future and a stronger community. Several local businesses such as Microsoft, Sodexo and LWYSA have sponsored the event so the lunch is complimentary with all monies raised directly benefitting students, teachers and schools. We are fortunate to live in a community that values and supports education. Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Bonnie Dunbar, executive director of Wings over Washington. She is a retired NASA astronaut with five missions to her credit, and the former president and CEO of the Museum of Flight. Dr. Dunbar has a strong passion for education and promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in schools. To register to attend the luncheon, please go to our Web site at www.lwsf.org. Guests are invited to arrive at JHS at 11 a.m. with the program beginning promptly at 11:30 a.m. and ending at 12:30 p.m. Thank you to the thousands of donors over the last six years who have supported the Foundation. We greatly appreciate your generosity and hope for your continued support!
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Between April 1-7, the Kirkland Police Department reported 602 traffic violations (five DUIs), 29 alarm calls, 19 car accidents, 15 noise complaints, 11 thefts, three car prowls, eight domestic violence calls, six calls for harassment, eight acts of fraud, five calls of a disturbance, five calls for illegal substances and six calls of civil disturbance. At least 35 people were arrested.
April 4 Burglary: 12 p.m., 500 block of Seventh
Traffic offense: 10:56 a.m., 10800 N.E. 124th Street. A 27-year-old Monroe man was arrested for driving with a suspended license.
April 3 Domestic: 3 p.m., 8500 block of 131st Ave. N.E. A 16-year-old Kirkland boy was arrested for domestic violence after punching his brother several times and striking him with a skateboard. Illegal substance: 5:40 p.m., 12400 block of 103rd Ave. N.E. A 23-year-old Kenmore man was contacted at the North Kirkland Community Center in reference to a noise complaint. Upon contact the odor of marijuana was detected in his vehicle. Upon a search marijuana was found along with other drug paraphernalia. Malicious mischief: 12 a.m., 10900 block of 110th Ave. N.E. A Kirkland man called police when his son began ringing his door bell repeatedly and would not stop. The 18-year-old Bellevue man was contacted at the home and found to be a minor in consumption of alcohol. It
was also found that the man broke his fatherâ€™s flower pot and was also charged with malicious mischief and third degree domestic violence.
April 2 Trespass: 3:55 a.m., 200 block of Kirkland Ave. A 34-year-old Kirkland man was arrested after entering the Heathman Hotel and having a no trespass letter served. Order violation: 9:09 p.m., 11600 124th Ave. N.E. A 29-year-old Kirkland man was arrested for violating a no-contact court order. Assist outside agency: 11:10 p.m., 12000 block of 124th Ave. N.E. A 29-yearold Issaquah man was arrested at Liquid Lime for an assault and destruction of property that occurred earlier in the day in Snohomish County.
April 1 Assault: 10:18 p.m., 13000 block of N.E. 70th Place. Two adult females were arrested after punching a third adult female in the face while standing in the middle of the bowling lanes at Tech City Bowl. Trespass: 2:33 a.m., 13000 block of N.E. 70th Place. A man was arrested for trespass at the AM/PM in Bridle Trails.
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A Kirkland Police officer writes a traffic ticket in the parking lot of the Shell gas station on Central Way on April 5. MATT PHELPS, Kirkland Reporter the most policed for traffic enforcement. According to Reporter records, from mid-December to late January has the highest rate of traffic stops of the calendar year, while the end of the summer had the lowest during the past two years. The week of Feb. 11-17 of this year had a record number of traffic stops through the 27-month period at 688
stops. The lowest amount in one week this year has been 481 from Feb. 4-10 and over the 27-month period was 249 Aug. 12-18, 2009. The average per week for the calendar year in 2010 was 405.54 traffic stops per week. The KPD has made 7,387 stops from Jan. 1 to March 31, while it made 20,683 stops during all of 2010. One of the benefits of an increased presence by the
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Saloum. â€œThey can do paperwork, make contacts with the community or enforce traffic laws.â€? Prior to the ramp up for annexation, the KPD had 67 officers. The department has currently hired 20 additional officers and expects to hire 14 more for a total of 101 officers by the annexation date. The Kirkland Reporter includes in its weekly Police Blotter a count of all police actions for each week. An analysis of the numbers from Jan. 1, 2009 to March 31, 2011, showed that in 2009 the first three months of the year had an average of 357.8 traffic stops per week and in 2010 the average was 400.9, an increase of 10 percent. That 10 percent increase is also within the average jump from month to month. But in 2011 the average jumped to 568.23, an increase of 29.5 percent. The one word that always comes in these situations is â€œquota.â€? â€œNo, we do not have quotas,â€? said Saloum. â€œThat is something that people think but we just expect our people to be working and that is part of their job.â€? Saloum said that the KPD has 35 complaint zones within the city that have been generated by citizen complaints, such as school zones and main arterials. These complaint zones are some of
KPD on area streets have been DUI arrests. â€œThe emphasis has resulted in about 40 percent more DUI stops from the first three months of 2010 to the first three months of 2011,â€? said Saloum. Specifically, there were 82 DUI arrests in the first three months of 2010 and 124 in the first three months of this year. â€œTime and time again our No. 1 complaint is traffic related,â€? said Saloum. â€œThe people who are speeding are not going to like the increase.â€? And the excuses that officers hear for infractions run the gamut. â€œI had a doctor tell me he was on the way to an emergency circumcision,â€? said Saloum. â€œIt is pretty much anything you can think of.â€? But not all traffic stops end in citations. Saloum said that
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Lake Washington put in three games last week, picking up two wins and a loss for a 5-5 start to the season. The Kangs beat Mercer Island on Friday, April 9 12-11 in an extra inning game. The Islanders got off to an early start, getting a five run lead after two innings, and adding four more in the third, before Lake Washington staged their comeback. The Kangs had six runs in the third and fourth innings, followed by three in the sixth to tie the game. The two teams went scoreless through the seventh, eighth and ninth rounds, before the Kangs bested Mercer Island in the 10th with a 3-2 inning. The next afternoon, the
LW soccer beats Alaskan team Lake Washington’s Zach Johnson tries to tag out Mercer Island’s Max Dammeier at first base during the Kangs 12-11 extra inning win over the Islanders on April 8. MEGAN MANAGAN, Kirkland Reporter Kangs lost 4-0 to Liberty. The Patriots had two runs in the third and the sixth to blank Lake Washington, which recorded five hits during the game. On Monday, April 11, Lake Washington beat Juanita 7-3. Juanita’s Sean Barlow had a run and a double during the game, while J.J. Caldwell was 2-3 at the plate with a run and a single.
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After facing weeks of inside practices, delayed and postponed games the Lake Washington softball team is ready to play. The young team has taken on a few opponents so far this season, but are looking for a longer, more regular stretch of games. “We’re a young team, we’ve gotten a lot better since day one,” said first year head coach Troy Hennum. “We started out a little slow because of being inside quite a
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open, I had wanted to make the switch for a while and this seemed like the best way to get in. It’s been a lot of fun. It’s a really good group of girls,” he said. Hennum said the team is already seeing good things in pitching, with three players who can take the mound. Another has been shortstop Whitney Dunlap, said Hennum. After making the switch from first base to short stop, Hennum said, her fielding has been near perfect. With the young team, Hennum said, there are places like hitting they are still working out. “Our hitting needs to come along,” he said. “We have potential, we just haven’t put it together yet. That’s one thing we’ve been struggling with.”
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JHS softball expects to hit new heights
fter two straight years of state softball appearances, the bar is set a little higher for the Juanita softball team this spring. In the spring of 2010, the Rebels won KingCo and ended the season with a co-third place state finish, due in part to a rained out tournament. Fast forward to the spring of 2011, and despite a start filled with weather delays, the team is off to an 8-0 run. “The girls are playing strong and they are seeing the ball well, so it’s been fun,” said head coach Krisitan Dahl. “We’re excited to see what happens when we get into a groove because we go into a game and then there’s a big long break of nothing.” Once things get rolling though, the team expects to be in solid shape for the post season run. “They definitely feel the expectation to be there (at state), especially the last two seasons we’ve gone (to state). The first year we went, it was a very disappointing first game, we lost to Mt. Rainier in the first
round. The expectation title. Juanita had a strong was that we should be here, game, but the Wolverines which was last year. We almost made a comeback in went there and squeaked the last inning. They were out another one, we played able to hold on for the 1-0 Mt. Rainier again, win. it was kind of “In the Bellevue game, like, phew we got it was a great game, both through that, and teams played really hard, it then we played was just one of those things Sedro-Woolley where it was great to be in and so we had a that type of position. Their tough couple of girls played well and made games,” said Dahl. “Now a little run in the bottom of it’s the expectation, not that the seventh and it was one should we be there, but of those heart pounding that we should win. So it’s endings, which was fabulous out there, but like I tell the – that’s what we came out girls, we take it one game at here to coach and play the a time and whatever we’re game for,” said the coach. given we’re given. Whatever Even though there have games we can control, we’re been plenty of starts, then going to play them and win.” stops in the schedule this The team, led by senior year, as teams across Westcaptains Alexa Faist and ern Washington wait for Gina Swan, easily agrees. the sun to shine, the Rebels “We seem to just know are picking up on their when someone needs us to strengths. Dahl said the back them up,” said Swan, team is seeing the ball well the team’s catcher. “We and is riding strong do a lot of team pitching from junior bonding and that Allison Rhodes. 2011 helps us. We’ve “The girls are become really close. playing tough. Alli We’re like half a new is throwing really team so it’s really good well and our defense we’ve been able to come tohas only one error this gether so quickly and easily.” year,” said Dahl. The coach The Rebels biggest test of added the team has been the early season came when hitting well, throughout the they faced Bellevue, another order. contender for the KingCo But for all the Rebel’s suc-
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cess so far this spring, and for the unblemished record they currently hold, Dahl said they are young, and doesn’t know how that inexperience may effect them in a big game. “We’re really young, my whole infield is juniors and sophomores. It’s one of those things where if we’re pushed into a situation, I don’t know how they are going to perform because we haven’t seen it and we haven’t been there,” he said. To help prepare for those unknown situations, Dahl said they’ve focused on what to do in games and the mental side of things.
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Spring Craft Fair: The Spring Craft Fair runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 16 at BEST High School, 10903 N.E. 53rd St. Free and open to the public. All proceeds going to support BEST ASB activities. For information, call 425-936-2300. Pug Rescue Adoption Event: Come and meet the pug of your dreams from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 16 at Dooley’s Dog House, 1421 Market St. For information, call 425889-2200.
April 17 Free Film Showing: Eastside Earth Educators and PCC Natural Markets will present the film, “Good Food: Sustainable Food and Farming in the Northwest” at 2:30 p.m. April 17 at the Kirkland Teen Union Building, 348 Kirkland Ave., Kirkland. The movie will begin at 2:30 p.m., with post-film discussion with filmmaker Melissa Young and PCC Natural Markets’ nutrition educator Leika Suzumura. Admission is free to this event, with fresh fruits, vegetables and cheese being served. Fairly-traded coffee will be provided. Please bring your own cup to avoid waste. Visit www.goodfoodthemovie. org for more information.
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EVENTS April 16 Recycling Collection Event: Kirkland residents can help divert materials from the landfill by bringing them to this event for recycling and reuse from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 16 at the Houghton Park & Ride, N.E. 70th St. and 116th Ave. N.E. For a list of accepted items, visit www.kirklandwa. gov and click on the “recycling & solid waste” tab. A Night in Tuscany: Helen Keller Elementary will host its Third Annual Auction at 6 p.m. April 16 at the NorthShore Senior
Jazz for Japan: A gathering of Japanloving jazz musicians come together to raise money for Peace Winds America Disaster Relief. The organization will take donations to fund their already-on-the-ground relief efforts. Concert highlights include Jay Thomas’“Usual Suspects” Big Band, Jake Bergevin’s Javatown Swing Orchestra, Greg Williamson Quartet + 2, Kobe Sister City Vocalists, Milo Peterson Trio and much more. The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. April 18 at the Kirkland Performance Center. Tickets cost $15. For information, visit www.kpcenter.org.
April 19 Follow Your Heart: Follow your heart with Patti Bosket, television personality and founder of Au Naturel. Bosket is widely known for her talent for bringing the outdoors in, and creating harmony and beauty in our homes. She will share, encourage and inspire you with her own story of how she started her successful business by following her heart, from 6:30-8 p.m. April 19 at Simplicity Decor, 126 Park Lane.
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April 20 A Legacy for Learning Luncheon: The Lake Washington Schools Foundation’s sixth annual A Legacy for Learning luncheon will take place at 11 a.m. April 20 at Juanita High School. The luncheon raises money for Foundation programs, which benefit students throughout the Lake Washington School District. This year’s keynote speaker will be Dr. Bonnie J. Dunbar, former president and CEO of the Museum of Flight and an astronaut with five space missions. Lunch is complimentary; there is a suggested minimum donation of $150. For information, go to www.lwsf.org or call 425-936-1414.
April 22 Lake Washington Technical College Annual Plant Sale: Find a variety of plants for your yard and garden at this annual sale that runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 22-23 and April 29-30 at the LWTC Horticulture Complex, 11605 132nd Ave. N.E. All of the plants for the sale are grown from seed or cuttings by LWTC’s environmental horticulture students. All purchases support the Environmental Horticulture Program and its students. Please help conserve resources by bringing boxes for your purchases. For information, visit www. lwtchort.com/home32.
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 30 at the Kirkland Children’s School, 5311 108th Ave. NE. Plant experts will help you to select from more than 100 species of native plants.
ARTS The ARTisan Gourmet is a series of fun, handcrafted food events sponsored by the Kirkland Cultural Council. Tickets are $25 per person for each event and proceeds go to supporting the arts, culture and heritage in Kirkland. For reservations, visit kccartisangourmetbrunch. eventbrite.com/: Sunday Brunch with the Mayor: Join Kirkland Mayor Joan McBride for a Sunday Brunch at noon April 17 in downtown Kirkland. The casual, palate stimulating brunch will be prepared by local chef Dennis DeVere, owner of Carpe Diem Catering. ARTisan High Tea: Think about tea parties and you will likely be overwhelmed with thoughts of the British gentry, scenes from Alice and Wonderland, Victorian decor, blue haired ladies, and pinky fingers stuck
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April 23 Houghton Neighborhood Egg Hunt: The Houghton Neighborhood Egg Hunt, sponsored by Pleasant Bay Church and Northwest University, features more than 2,000 hidden eggs and lots of prizes. For toddlers through 6th grade. Happens at 10 a.m. April 23 at the Northwest University campus, 11160 N.E. 53rd St. Beagle Rescue Adoption Event: Beagles are great family dogs. Find yours during this adoption event that runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 23 at Dooley’s Dog House, 1421 Market St. For information, call 425-889-2200. Earth Day Volunteer Event: Join Green Kirkland Partnership and volunteer for Earth Day from 9 a.m. to noon April 23 at Juanita Bay Park, 2201 Market St. Sign up at www. earthcorps.org. Minors under 14 years must be accompanied by an adult; youth 14-17 should be accompanied by an adult, bring a signed waiver form or a guardian to sign you in. EarthCorps crews and native plant stewards will be leading activities to remove invasive plant species.
April 24 36th Annual Easter Egg Hunt: Kirkland’s free annual Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by the Kirkland Kiwanis, begins at 1:30 p.m. April 24 at Peter Kirk Park. The event features three age categories. Easter Egg Scramble: Head down to the Woodmark Hotel this Easter for the hotel’s first ever Easter Egg Scramble. Little ones will enjoy hunting for Easter treats, face painting, and arts and crafts. Complimentary coffee and hot chocolate will be available for parents and participants. The event is free, however registration is required. The event runs from 10:30 a.m. to noon April 24 at the Woodmark Hotel. For information, call 425-822-3700 or visit www.thewoodmark.com.
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Beginning Drawing: This class is for people who want to develop fundamental drawing skills. Runs from 7-10 p.m. Tuesdays, April 19 through May 31. Cost is $195 members; $220 non-members. Drawing: Abstraction: Broaden your drawing skills and develop a language of your own during this course that runs from 1-4 p.m. Thursdays, April 21 through June 9. Cost is $220 members; $245 non-members. Introduction to Encaustic Painting: Experiment with varieties of techniques new and old that employ wax as a vehicle for painting. Runs from 1-4 p.m. Tuesdays, April 19 through June 7. Cost is $260 members; $285
Second Friday ArtWalk: Happens from 6-9 p.m. the second Friday of the month at various galleries in downtown Kirkland. Look for live entertainment, sidewalk activities and artists demonstrations. For information, visit kirklandartwalk.org. Locavore: Join the Kirkland Arts Center in celebration of locally made food, art and wine from 4-7 p.m. April 30 at the KAC, 620 Market St. More than 50 artists participating in the Kirkland Artists Studio Tour will auction their artwork during the event. In addition to the auction, guests will enjoy food by Kirklandbased Hectorâ€˜s and Lynnâ€™s Bistro; deserts by The
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Meet the Author: Meet Tim Turner, visiting author of â€œQuestions: Directions to Who You Are,â€? a book of reflections that provide daily guidance and inspiration that helps one to organize a life according to you, not otherâ€™s expectations or wishes. Former long time director of broadcast sales for the SeaHawks, Mariners and Sonics, Turner is currently general manager of Xtra Sports located in San Diego and Los Angeles. Happens from 2-4 p.m. April 16 at Parkplace Books, 348 Parkplace Center. For
Jane Monheit comes to KPC: One of the worldâ€™s leading jazz vocalists comes to the Kirkland Performance Center at 7:30 p.m. April 22. Tickets are $32-$35. For information, call 425-893-9900 or visit www.kpcenter.org.
Meet the Authors: Meet the four authors of â€œSeattle in Black and White,â€? a newly released book that is an eyewitness account of the 1960s civil rights movement in Washington State. Joan Singler, founding member of Seattle CORE, and Jean Durning, Bettylou Valentine and Maid Adams, all CORE members since 1959 and the early 1960â€™s will discuss the early days of the civil rights movement and Seattleâ€™s efforts to fight for racial equality, justice and public access during this pivotal time in Americaâ€™s history. Happens at 2 p.m. April 30 at Parkplace Books. Knit Too Readers: The group will discuss â€œBig Burnâ€? by Timothy Egan at 3 p.m. May 1 at Parkplace Books. Open to all.
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Sunday Life: Work from a live or costumed model during this drop-in drawing, painting or sculpting session from 1-4 p.m. April 24 at the Kirkland Arts Center, 620 Market St. There is an $8 model fee per session.
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Introduction to Oil Painting Workshop: Create a still life in oil in this workshop designed for beginners from 12-5 p.m. April 23-24 at the KAC. Cost is $115 members; $135 nonmembers.
Fashion Illustration (ages 12-14): Discover the world of fashion illustration and study the garments of many current runway designers. This class examines design elements such as line, form, shape, color and texture. Class runs from 4:30-6 p.m. Tuesdays, April 26 through May 31. Cost is $100 members; $120 non-members.
The Three-Dimensional Line: The Three-Dimensional Line presents 11 artists who amalgamate volume, dimension, scale, emotion, and illusion with line in a myriad of ways. This exhibition explores th e creation of three-dimensional form in the space of a room or in the mind of a viewer. The exhibit is curated by Ellen Ziegler for In Lieu Exhibit Space. An opening reception for the exhibit runs from 6-8:30 p.m. April 16 at the Kirkland Arts Center, 620 Market St. The exhibit runs through May 26. For information, call 425-822-7161.
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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.
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up in the air. Change your impression! Both men and women will enjoy this elegant afternoon tea that includes savory bite-sized sandwiches, scones, sweets, clotted cream and several kinds of tea. Hosted by Kirkland Cultural Council chair, Leah Kliger. The event runs from 4-6 p.m. May 1 in the Norkirk neighborhood.
Preschool Picassos (ages 3-5): Please come ready to get very messy. Every week, students will experience the joy of creating and exploring art in this friendly, fun environment, while developing fine motor and social skills. Happens from 1:30-3 p.m. Tuesdays, April 19 through June 7. Cost is $125 members; $145 non-members.
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