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usan Schwarz may have been the queen of her father’s heart, but it was her place as the queen of hearts in a deck of playing cards that may have led to finding her murderer 32 years after her death. Kirkland resident Henry Schwarz, 82, has had to forget Oct. 22, 1979 to continue living. But now he knows the man who is the alleged killer that took his daughter. “Truly, it was the only way I could deal with it,” said Schwarz, about trying to forget. “I had to play like it never happened. I buried it so deep now it is just words.”
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The Lake Washington Schools Foundation set its sights on the stars during its sixth annual “A Legacy for Learning” benefit luncheon at Juanita High School on April 20. The fund raiser, which drew
over prescription painkillers turned violent on the morning of June 23, according to Kirkland resident Jayvone Everett police. Jerome Blake was Neighbors called convicted of firstpolice at 2:30 a.m. degree murder in a after hearing gunSnohomish County fire. The witnesses courtroom April said they saw a 18 in the shooting group of men walkdeath of Marquise ing together when Brown in 2010. they stopped to talk. Blake, who will turn Jayvone Jerome Blake One of the men fell 25 next week, was to the ground after convicted after just witnesses heard a two weeks of testimony and loud “pop.” The remaining three days of deliberation. men then left the neighborBlake, who could receive up hood. to 31 years in prison, will be Police found Brown lying sentenced June 3. on his side, in a pool of blood Blake was arrested at a with a bullet wound in his Lynnwood apartment a forehead, according to court few days after an argument [ more BLAKE page 7 ] BY MATT PHELPS
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The 57-year-old suspect, Greg D. Johnson was arrested on April 22 at his Seattle home in connection with the murder of the Bothell High School graduate. “His bail was originally set at $1 million, but they have increased it,” said Schwarz. The man’s bail was set for $5 million during a hearing on Monday, according to Snohomish County Sheriff Detective Jim Scharf. The break in the case came via a deck of playing cards put together by the Snohomish County Sheriff ’s Office cold-case team. A prison inmate gave investigators a tip after seeing Susan’s playing card. The cards are produced with [ more COLD CASE page 7 ]
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Earth Day brings 4,500 lady bugs About 80 preschoolers squealed as they huddled in the grass picking up ladybugs and watching the insects crawl up their arms and legs during an Earth Day event at Evergreen Academy in Kirkland on April 22. School staff, students, parents and media gathered for the event, as 4,500 ladybugs were released into the schoolyard environment to improve vegetation health. Students wore festive Earth Day t-shirts created by Evergreen Academy’s Parent Teacher Organization (PTO). Principal Carrie Stull cut open several packets of ladybugs and shook the insects out as preschoolers scampered into the grass. “They tickle,” laughed 4-year-old Nermin Galesic. Another girl picked up a ladybug from the grass and carried it to a raised garden bed. [ more BUGS page 2 ]
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530 perspective donors who packed the school’s field house, brought in $145,500 and featured keynote speaker, former astronaut, Dr. Bonnie J. Dunbar. “The stars just aligned,” said Dunbar, about speaking at the event. “It was
mostly timing. I just finished fund raising for another school. If I could go to every school I would.” Education is very important to Dunbar, who grew up in a small Eastern Washington town and attended a high school of just 150 students. Dunbar, who is an engineer, said that going from a rural
town to being an astronaut is all about the person’s environment. “It’s all about choices and the people around you,” said Dunbar, who has flown on five missions into space. “... Education is a gift that isn’t always there.” The first set of books her parents purchased were a set of encyclopedias. [ more LWSF page 3 ]
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â€œIâ€™m bringing the ladybugs back to their home,â€? she said. Stull said staff came up with the idea from one of Evergreen Academyâ€™s sister schools in another state. The Kirkland campus opened last January. â€œWe thought it was a great idea,â€? she said. Leading up to the Earth Day event, students learned that ladybugs feed on plant lice and other insects that are harmful to gardens, trees and shrubs. â€œThey eat pesticides,â€? Stull said of the ladybugs. â€œSo itâ€™s important to keep them near dirt â€“ which I didnâ€™t know until now.â€? Aside from the morningâ€™s excitement, even the youngest knew what the Earth Day event was all about. â€œWe put the ladybugs in the dirt,â€? described 3-year-old Jenna Michalek-Johnson. â€œTheyâ€™re going to clean up.â€?
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www.kirklandreporter.com “The most common phrase in our house was ‘look it up,’” said Dunbar, who was the executive director of the Museum of Flight. She said that when she was 8 years old she went out to look at Sputnik and it changed her life. After that experience she would always look for books by authors such as Jules Verne and H.G. Wells. She said that she had all of her friends convinced she was an alien because she knew all the terminology. “The phrase that always stumped them was ‘I am from the third planet from the sun.’ I hope you all get that,” Dunbar said to a room full of laughter. But it was the reply from a teacher, Mr. Miller, that helped to set her on her course. “He said I could not build or fly a spaceship without algebra,” said Dunbar, who in turn taught herself algebra. At the end of high school she wrote to NASA but was denied entry and was told she needed a college education. She applied to Caltech and was told they did not accept women and a second university was too expensive for her family to afford. Dunbar was eventually accepted at the University of Washington where she used the ACT Scholarship, set up by the federal government to help in the space race. Eventually she would get a job at NASA working on the space shuttle. In 1977 NASA opened up the astronaut program to women and Dunbar was accepted in 1980. “It was people around me that made the difference,” said Dunbar, who is the executive director of Wings Over Washington. “Engineers transform our world.” Dunbar’s final message to the attendees was an acronym SRU - Self Replacement Unit - in reference to helping current students with their education. “We all have a duty to replace ourselves,” said Dunbar. After the event Dunbar said that events such as the Foundation benefit are extremely important to her. “There has to be a mechanism to support students,” said Dunbar. “Every student should learn math, science and chemistry because that is the world around us,” said Dunbar. The event also gave Lake Washington School District Superintendent Chip Kimball a chance to promote the
district’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) program. The event is designed to raise money for the district’s programs and grants. “We are faced with one of the most difficult economic times in our history,” said Kimball, citing the loss of $10 million in state funds in the past three years. “We have a compelling vision that every student will be prepared when they graduate high school. Our priority is our children.” Kimball himself wrote
More than 530 donors packed into the Juanita High School gymnasium for the Lake Washington Schools Foundation luncheon. Right, the event featured former astronaut Dr. Bonnie Dunbar, left. MATT PHELPS, Kirkland Reporter a check for $1,000 to the Foundation. The Foundation board of directors also
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â€œTruly, it was the only way I could deal with it. I had to play like it never happened. I buried it so deep now it is just words.â€œ Henry Schwarz
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s Kirklandâ€™s Police Chief, I thank you for your recent article (â€œTraffic Stop 4VSHF w"QSJM IJHIMJHIUJOHUIF SFDFOUIJSJOHPGPÄ? DFSTBTQBSUPGUIF1PMJDF Departmentâ€™s plan to serve the soon-to-be BOOFYFEOFJHICPSIPPETPG'JOO)JMM /PSUI Juanita, and Kingsgate. "TBZFBSWFUFSBOPGUIF,JSLMBOE1PMJDF Department, I have always CFFODMFBSJOUIFQVCMJDTFY pectation of police services â€“ especially in traffic enforcement, as it is our most visible public service. Your article accurately reflects that there are more patrol officers who have been hired in recent months and that there has been an increase in traffic citations. What might be helpful to the reader is to know that the number of citations per officer has not increased. Itâ€™s also important for residents to know that the hiring has also resulted in more neighborhood-focused traffic control, crime prevention, and proactive safety programs. 'VSUIFS JUIBTBMMPXFEGPSIJHIMZFYQFSJ enced officers to support major crimes investigations, such as fraud, and other personnel to attend mandatory training on a non-overtime basis. Your article prompted a recent letter to the editor that caught my attention. The resident, in my opinion, implies that officers have nothing better to do than to issue traffic citations. This is simply not the case. Our police officers patrol our community
with a single-minded focus and purpose, which is to keep you safe and safeguard your quality of life. When not responding to 9-1-1 calls or other such police-related activity, our officers are encouraged to use current crime USFOET EBUB FYQFSJFODF BOEDJUJ[FOJOQVUUP have a positive impact on safety concerns in Kirkland. The Kirkland Police Departmentâ€™s traffic safety philosophy is straightforward: we simply donâ€™t want people dying or being seriously injured on our roadways. Changing poor driving behavior is a fundamental factor to community safety, and a highly visible traffic enforcement program is a critical element to our community safety priority. There is no
denying that traffic enforcement reduces accidents and enhances safety. The men and women of the Kirkland Police Department are committed to providing the greatest degree of safety they can for Kirkland. Highly visible traffic enforcement is an important tool in community safety. Numerous studies have shown that a highly visible police presence reduces crimes in other areas, such as property crimes, assaults and burglaries. I, my command staff, commissioned officers and civilian personnel are proud to serve all of Kirkland.
Eric Olsen is the Kirkland Police Departmentâ€™s chief of police.
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Wealthy population owns Kirkland government In reading â€œBias Media Coverageâ€? by Don McConaghy, I couldnâ€™t help but feel his frustration much like the rest of us. We all know the game isnâ€™t the Democrats versus Republicans; it is the 1 percent of the wealthy population who owns the government versus the other 99 percent of the population who has nothing but a single vote each. This phenomenon is true at the federal, state, county and city levels. So, take a look at the City of Kirkland and the Kirkland City Council: tÄ‡ FZBOOFYFE QFPQMF XIPEJEOUXBOUUPCFBOOFYFE tÄ‡ FZTJHOFEBTFWFOZFBSDPO tract with Waste Management that XJMMPOMZDPTUVTQFSDFOUBZFBS increase without any citizen input; and tÄ‡ FZGBWPSIBWJOHUXPiIJHIJO DPNFUPMMMBOFTPO*wTPUIFSFTU of us can drive on the shoulder and share the road with the semi-trucks. We donâ€™t have to travel to Washington DC to find Mr. McConaghyâ€™s frustration - we have it here in
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Thank you for Jaredâ€™s columns Thank you for publishing the commentary from Jeff Jared (My Turn, April 22). It is always a joy to read - and the primary reason I visit your site or pick up a paper when possible.
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Rep. Ross Hunter stands up for our littlest learners As a Kirkland resident and constituent, I am writing to thank Rep. Ross Hunter for maintaining funding for ECEAP in the recently released House budget. Hunter has always been a true champion for early education and his recent heroic efforts to stave off cuts to ECEAP despite the budget crisis need to be lauded. ECEAP is our stateâ€™s premier preschool program. It provides a range of comprehensive education, health, nutrition, parent involvement, and family support services
to at-risk children and their families in communities throughout our TUBUF.PSFUIBO DIJMESFO attend ECEAP in Washington, with BOPUIFS FMJHJCMFGPSUIFQSP gram, but unable to attend because of a lack of funding. Study after study has found that children who have attended high quality early education programs like ECEAP are more likely to be ready for school, more likely to graduate from high school, and have a reduced need for costly special education and intervention services. Economists have found that high quality early education generates a Return on Investment (ROI) that could make even hedge fund managers envious. For every $1 invested in programs like ECEAP, Washington reaps a ROI ranging from $7-$9. James Heckman, a Nobel Laureate in economics at the University of Chicago, said recently that â€œevery dollar invested in early childhood FEVDBUJPOSFUVSOTDFOUTBOOVBMMZ for the life of the child. An average BOOVBMJOWFTUNFOUJOIJHI quality preschool for one child, for instance, using the formula for compounding simple interest, would
UIVTBNPVOUUPB SFUVSO BTTVNJOHUIFDIJMEMJWFTUPCF oPSOFBSMZUJNFTUIFJOJUJBM investment! It is quite clear from an economic standpoint that we can gain money by investing early to close disparities and prevent achievement gaps, or we can continue to drive up deficit spending by paying to remediate disparities when they are harder and more FYQFOTJWFUPDMPTF ECEAP programs in our state help get children ready for school. They work with children that have the most challenging learning delays; make sure that children are immunized and receive nutritious meals; find emergency shelter for homeless families; develop the skills necessary for parents to become self-sufficient and employed; and make sure that children who were neglected, abused, or with little or no hope have an opportunity to live up their fullest potentials. I am hopeful that with champions like Rep. Ross Hunter behind us the program can continue to grow.
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the recipe, but use your creativity and follow your instincts as well. If you think a dash of paprika would improve your sauce, throw it in there. A good recipe will teach you to cook to the point where you are creating your own recipes. Don’t sweat the small stuff. Mistakes, even disasters, happen during the cooking process, so don’t let them get to you. When you forget to add the mushrooms that you were so excited about trying to your soup, or when you realize that you seasoned your casserole with sugar instead of salt, just remember, it happens to everyone who is brave enough to cook. Most mistakes can be fixed,
and as for those that are irreversible, just keep in mind, it’s only food! You’ll get the chance to redeem yourself when you cook dinner again tomorrow night. Don’t let on that you made a mistake. When mistakes do happen, keep in mind, only you, the cook, knows that your original intention was to serve that food any other way. So when your diners are happily chowing down and complimenting your culinary prowess, don’t jump to inform them that you meant to do things differently. Why would they need to know that? Accept compliments. The whole modesty thing is totally overrated. When people compliment your cooking, even rave about it, smile and thank them. They
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Mavis, make and decorate a spring-time bonnet, and enjoy stories shared by actor and instructor Sharlet Bonnell. This year’s event will be held from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, May 7 at the North Kirkland Community Center, 12421 103rd Ave. N.E. Tickets are $25 per child for residents and $30 per child
Start an annual tradition by attending Kirkland’s first ever Li’l Crumpets Mother’s Day Tea Party. Children ages 3-8 and who are accompanied by their mother,
n the two years I spent in Lake Washington Technical College’s Culinary Arts program, I learned things like how to brown meat, how to tourné a potato, and how to make a plate look beautiful. That is not what I want to share with you, though, readers. In the time I spent studying cooking, I picked up a few more valuable lessons than the ones I just described, lessons that I think anyone who loves to cook should know. Recipes are guidelines, not gospel. A good recipe will describe the best way to make a particular dish, but not even a good recipe should be treated as a list of unbendable rules. Follow
Kirkland resident Jessica Desormeaux recently completed a culinary program at Lake Washington Technical College. for non-residents, $10 per second child for residents and $12 per second child for non-residents (no charge for adult). There are a limited number of spaces available. Registration is encouraged as this is an anticipated sell-out event. To register, go to www. kirklandparks.net or call 425587-3350.
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want to tell you how great they think your food is. Don’t try to downplay your skills — if someone tells you the food you made is delicious, it probably is. Enjoy the compliment — you deserve it. No matter what the results are, be proud that you tried. Fewer people are bothering to cook anymore and if you ask me, it’s a shame. Cooking brings you closer to your food, helps you to respect it more, and to respect where it came from. Sharing the food you made with your family brings you closer to them as well. Is cooking easy? Sometimes it is, but not always, so be proud of yourself for trying and know that time spent cooking is always time well spent.
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prowls, nine domestic violence calls, five calls for harassment, six acts of fraud, 11 calls of a disturbance, six calls for illegal substances and 14 calls of civil disturbance. At least 46 people were arrested.
a written statement regarding a traffic collision he was involved in. The man was then arrested on his one Redmond and two Bellevue warrants.
Between April 15-21, the Kirkland Police Department reported 613 traffic violations (nine DUIs), 35 alarm calls, 18 car accidents, six noise complaints, 11 thefts, four car
Disorderly conduct: 5:45 p.m., 80 Kirkland Ave. An intoxicated 30-year-old Soap Lake man was arrested for disorderly conduct after grabbing the manager and eating other peopleâ€™s food. The suspect refused officer commands to leave and had to be physically removed from the establishment. Once outside the man became increasingly agitated and began kicking at the plastic curtain windows on the restaurant. The man would not calm down once placed in a patrol car and was moved to a corrections van for transport.
Warrant arrest: 4:40 p.m., 123 Fifth Ave. A 22-year-old King County man came into the Kirkland Police station to provide
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April 18 Domestic: 11:30 p.m., 10900 block of 115th Court N.E. A woman called Kirkland Police to report that her 36-year-old boyfriend became physically violent with her. The man was upset with the woman and allegedly twisted her wrist and threw her to the bed. The man was arrested for assault.
54-year-old Kirkland female was arrested for shoplifting an Olay Professional Face Cream package worth $40. The woman stated that she was going to her car to get cash for the item. Domestic: 5:10 p.m., 9600 block of N.E. 128th Street. A 22-year-old Lynnwood woman called the KPD to report that her 57-year-old father had slapped her mother in the face. The wife confirmed the incident upon contact and the man was arrested, refusing to answer officerâ€™s questions. Malicious mischief: 12:40 a.m., 111 Central Way. A 28-year-old Kirkland man was arrested for malicious mischief and criminal trespass after he kicked the front door, breaking out a window at the Wilde Rover. The man was upset because he was asked to leave after passing out in his chair. The man provided a blood alcohol level of .225.
April 16 DUI: 1:26 a.m., 200 Third Street. A 20-yearold Sea-Tac man was arrested for DUI. Domestic: 5:01 p.m., 5400 113th Place N.E. A 23-year-old Kirkland woman and a 20-year-old Kirkland man got into an argument. The woman physically assaulted the man and was arrested for domestic violence.
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April 15 DUI: 2:23 a.m., 300 Central Way. A 24-yearold Kirkland man was contacted after he was observed driving down Central Way then parking abruptly at the White Swan. He performed poorly on the field sobriety test and submitted a blood alcohol content of .183. Malicious mischief: 2:40 p.m., 300 Central Way. A 42-year-old King County man was stopped in traffic on Third Street when his girlfriendâ€™s 17-year-old son rushed to the driver side of the truck and attempted to assault the man. The boy also threatened to kill the man. When the man attempted to drive the truck away the boy hit the rear passenger door causing damage. The boy was later arrested. Domestic: 4:29 p.m., 200 Main Street. A verbal domestic dispute occurred between a man and a woman over being evicted from Tent City.
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A Kirkland man has been charged with first-degree child molestation, accused of sexual contact with the 4-year-old daughter of a friend while babysitting the girl in Kent in 2004. John Brian Hoskin, 40, was charged April 18 in King County Superior Court. According to charging documents, the girl recently told a school counselor about the incidents. The counselor contacted the victimâ€™s mother, who said that Kent Police were notified of the incident in 2004 but that no report was filed. The mother was told by police at the time that the incident would be documented, but that there was not enough evidence to investigate a crime, according to charging documents. Prosecutors allege that Hoskin initiated inappropriate touching with the girl on several occasions. According to court documents, a former nanny for the girl told police that Hoskin would â€œrepeatedly invade the girlâ€™s personal space, and felt it was a manipulation or grooming tactic.â€? She also reported that the girl told her Hoskin would touch her in the bath, watch her in the bath and used the restroom while she was in the bathtub. After being notified by school counselors of the alleged abuse, Kirkland Police arrested Hoskin at his residence. Hoskin, who has no known criminal history, is being held on a $25,000 bail. Arraignment is set for May 2.
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www.kirklandreporter.com the victim’s face on the front and a description of the incident on the back. The playing cards were produced in 2008. “They made my daughter the queen of hearts,” said Schwarz. “They told me there was a chance that someone in prison might know about it.” The tip led investigators to the suspect’s former girlfriend, who told investigators that she was there on the night of the murder and witnessed the suspect kill Susan Schwarz. The girlfriend also gave investigators independent details of the crime scene and residence that matched the case. Susan, 24, was found dead with her hands tied behind
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documents. Everett police did not know the identification of the victim until Browns’ relative came forward with suspicions the man had been shot after receiving a voicemail message from someone who had witnessed the shooting. The voice message included the sound of a gunshot and then running, along with a conversation between several people who were discussing whether “Jay,” had shot “Y.G.,” a nickname that Brown used, according to police. The message led police
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her back and a gun shot Susan and deciding whether wound to the back of her to get back together with the head at her Lynnwood home suspect. Upon contact, the on Oct. 22, 1979. Items were friend told investigators that also missing from the home, Susan had urged her to leave pointing towards a burglary. the suspect because she did From the outset, Johnson not like him. She also told was connected to the murder, police that she left the suspect but police did not have because he was violent, enough evidence to had been involved in make an arrest. The an armed robbery KIRKLAND suspect was the and had a girlfriend, estranged husband according to police of Susan’s best friend, documents. who had moved to When contacted, Minnesota in 1978 with Johnson told investigathe couple’s 2-year-old son, tors that he was fishing in according to Snohomish Everett on the day Susan County Sherrif Office docuwas killed, but his statement ments. could not be fully confirmed. Approximately two weeks In 1986, detectives went to prior, Susan’s best friend had talk with the Seattle man in returned to Washington and prison where he was serving had spent a lot of time with time for armed robbery. His
to a witness who said that Brown and Blake were involved in a deal for the powerful prescription painkiller Oxycontin and Brown
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brother was also serving time for a murder that was similar to Susan’s death. Johnson told investigators during an interview that he dropped off his brother and two other unidentified people for a burglary and that his brother later admitted to killing Susan. The suspect has an extensive criminal history, including multiple robbery and drug convictions, according to police records. For Henry Schwarz, the news of the arrest came via an Associated Press reporter last week. “I was shocked to get that call from someone I didn’t know,” said Schwarz, “And then I got all these other calls from the TV stations.” according to court documents.
The media attention and Susan’s murder has been the toughest on Susan’s brother, Gary, who also graduated from Bothell High School. “My closure took place 25 years ago,” said Susan’s father. “They were the best of friends and I hope this will give him some closure.”
Schwarz said he does not plan to follow the court proceedings, but he will just stay in contact with his son. The Snohomish County Sherrif’s cold-case team has more than 60 unsolved killings and missing-person cases dating back to the 1970s.
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ne of the largest real estate sales in Kirklandâ€™s history, Kilroy Realty purchased the Plaza at Yarrow Bay for $100.2 million on April 21. HAL Real Estate Investments of Seattle sold the four-building office complex at $363 per square foot after 10 years of ownership, according to King County tax records. The 276,000-squarefoot complex, which comprises four buildings ranging in height from three to five stories, was built in 1987 and expanded in 1994. It still has room for another 80,000 The Plaza at Yarrow Bay, pictured above and to the right, was sold by HAL Real Estate Investments square feet of developof Seattle April 21 to Kilroy Realty, a California based company, for $100.2 million. The real estate ment. transaction is one of the largest in the City of Kirklandâ€™s history. The office complex, located near the Lake The site is primarily located at the intersecWashington Boulevard entrance to 520, includes four buildings and space for more development. MATT tion of Lake Washington PHELPS, Kirkland Reporter Boulevard N.E. and State Route 520, by the City Advaiya, Inrix, Ciber dated the lobby, cafe and Exchange. of Bellevue borand the University athletic facilities in the According to the der in the Lake of Washingtonâ€™s complex, according to companyâ€™s Web site, it View neighborKIRKLAND Foster School of the Puget Sound Business has also made seven hood. BusiBusiness, among Journal. other major acquisitions ness occupants others. The buildLos Angeles- based recently, all in California. include Allyis, ings have a comKilroy, which is a real esKilroy owns 10.4 million Directors Mortgage bined vacancy rate of tate investment trust, is a square feet of office space Inc., Hodgson/Meybetween 8-14 percent. publicly traded company and 3.6 million square ers Creative Marketing, HAL recently upon the New York Stock feet of other real estate
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The sale of the Plaza at Yarrow Bay also ranks as the largest in King County this year. And there were only four real estate sales of more than $100 million last year in the county.
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WINNER: Dr. Bernard Pak, Kirkland Smiles Dental Care FINALISTS: Dr. Lindsay Barry, Barry General Dentistry; Dr. Jerry Campo, D.D.S.
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Jessica Greenway announces bid for re-election Kirkland City Council Member Jessica Greenway has announced her campaign for a third term on the council, Position 4. â€œI believe in providing an open, transparent government that is responsive to citizens and encourages and listens to their input,â€? Greenway said. The importance of a thriving and prosperous busi-
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Tom and Dee Roe honored Kirkland residents Tom and Dee Roe, members of Holy Family Catholic Parish, received the St. Vincent de Paul Least of My Brethren Award for outstanding service to the needy in Kirkland at the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Seattle/King Co. Councilâ€™s Appreciation Dinner on March 27. The event celebrated volunteers who run programs to assist those in need.
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In an effort to finish rebuilding Leonid Milkin’s Kirkland home, a group of volunteers did foundation work for the garage on Saturday. Kirkland resident JJ Johnson, owner of Astrof Concrete, donated all of the materials and worked with the staff and students at the Construction Industry Training Council of Washington. Milkin’s home was burned to the ground after Conner Schierman murdered his wife, two sons and sister-inlaw in 2006.
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LIFT Pilates Studio has relocated to 706 Market St. in Kirkland. Husband and wife team Eric and Dana Fykerud have operated LIFT since 2008 in the east of Market neighborhood. For more information, visit www. liftgirlpilates.com or call 425-576-1400.
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Neighborhood University Current Kirkland residents, as well as residents in the annexation neighborhoods are invited to celebrate and welcome Kirkland’s neighborhoods during the Neighborhood University event, which runs from 6-9 p.m. May 11 in the Juanita Elementary School cafeteria, 9635 Northeast 132nd St. The Kirkland City Council will provide free pizza. Learn about city programs and services (from street maintenance to recycling). Hear from neighborhood leaders about running effective neighborhoods, getting things done, partnering with schools and working with the city. RSVP by May 4 to: NeighborhoodUReservations@kirklandwa.gov.
The Metropolitan King County Council will hold a public hearing on May 9 to take testimony on a proposed ordinance 2011-0179, transferring parks, roads and greenbelt-related properties from King County to the City of Kirkland due to annexation. The public hearing will be held before the full council at 1:30 p.m. May 9 at the King County Courthouse, room 1001. An agreement between the city and county was reached to make the transfer as part of the county’s annexation initiative. The transfer agreement provides for King County to transfer ownership of the facilities upon the effective date of the annexation, which is scheduled for June 1. Following the transfer, the city shall assume ownership and full and complete re-
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Locals help 12U team to title
In a game that was much closer on the field than on the score board, the Mercer Island soccer team earned a convincing 8-1 win over Juanita on Tuesday evening. The first half opened strong for the Islanders, with Alex Wood’s first goal of the night off an assist from Jordan Morris less than a minute into the match. Wood would go on to add two more for Mercer Island during the game. Juanita Nick Horne scored in the eighth minute of the match to tie the game momentarily at 1-1. But Mercer Island quickly regain their score board control, adding five more to end the first half with a 6-1 lead thanks to goals from Wood, Jack Michale and Morris. The Rebels kept pace with Mercer Island in the second half, earning shooting chances and lengthy possessions, but in the 59 minute Levi Kloss, assisted by Matt Grohnke, found the
The Bellevue Dragons 12U baseball team, consisting of players from Eastlake, Issaquah, Mercer Island and Kirkland recently won the Trop Crown season opener tournament in Wenatchee. The team includes Kevin Nakahara, Jordan Dirks, Diachi Tamai and Casey Nelson from Kirkland. The Dragons won two games on Saturday evening, to end the day as the No. 1 seeded team going into games on Sunday. In the second day, the team won two more matches earning a spot in the title game. The team beat Seattle Select Black 8-4 for the title. Twenty teams from around the region played in the two-day tournament, with the top teams qualifying for the national Triple Crown Baseball World Series in Park City, Utah this summer. more story online…
KIRKLAND’S HENRIK WIERSHOLM NAMED TO JUNIOR DAVID CUP TEAM Kirkland tennis standout Henrik Wiersholm was recently named to the Junior David Cup U.S. team. He will play in the qualifying rounds, a four-team round robin competition, at the end of April in Merida, Mexico. The top two teams from each division will go on to the 16-nation World Final in August in Czech Republic. Wiersholm also recently returned from California, where he played in the Easter Bowl. He was a finalist in singles and he won the doubles. He also earned the sportsmanship award. Sports contact and submissions: Megan Managan at mmanagan@ kirklandreporter.com
a 6-1-2 record in league. They sit in the No. 2 spot in KingCo behind Sammamish, a team with a perfect 9-0 record. Juanita is 1-10 this year overall.
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Juanita’s Joel Hillborn (17) battles for the ball against Matt Grohnke of Mercer Island. The Rebels lost the game last Tuesday 8-1 to the Islanders. MEGAN MANAGAN, Kirkland Reporter net, followed moments later by Wood’s third goal of the night, assisted by Morris. Morris got his second goal of
the game, assisted by Woody Jacobson in the 75 minute. The Islanders are currently 7-2-2 overall this season with
Three Kirkland rugby players earn All-star honors Three Kirkland residents team, while Hobie Sisk, who play for the Eastside from Juanita High School, Lions Youth Rugby Club was chosen from the U17 were recently selected team. as members of the Seven players from Washington Loggers Eastside Lions were KIRKLAND (All Star) team. picked for the allLogan McCallum star team. and Nathan Hodges, The players will who both attend train for the Great Juanita High School, Northwest Championwere picked for the U19 ship in June, with the chance
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PUBLIC NOTICES Superior Court of Washington for King County Estate of RUTH LOUISE FAY, Deceased No. 11-4-02396-3KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) Please Take Notice: The above Court has appointed me as Personal Representative of Decedent’s estate. Any person having a claim against the Decedent must present the claim: (a) Before the time when the claim would be barred by an applicable statute of limitations, and (b) In the manner provided in RCW 11.40.070: (i) By filing the original of the claim with the foregoing Court, and (ii) By serving on or mailing to me at the address below a copy of the claim. The claim must be pre-
The Lake Washington boys soccer team earned a solid win over league opponent Interlake on Tuesday, April 19, beating the Saints 2-1. Merlin Granados earned the first goal of the night for the Kangs in the 23 minute, followed less than a minute later by Nate Lafavour, assisted by David Papenfus to tie the game 1-1. Granados retook the lead for the Kangs off an assist from Justin Manao in the 89 minute of the game to earn the win. On April 22 the team hosted Mount Si, winning with a 1-0 score. more preps online…
sented by the later of: (a)Thirty (30) days after I served or mailed this Notice as provided in RCW 11.40.020(1)(c), or (b) Four (4) months after the date of first publication of this Notice. If the claim is not presented within this time period, the claim will be forever barred except as provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective for claims against both the Decedent’s probate and non-probate assets. Date of First publication of this Notice: April 22, 2011. Personal Representative: Michael William Fay 32812 12th Ave SW Federal Way, WA 98023 Published in Kirkland Reporter on April 22, 2011, April 29, 2011 and May 6, 2011. #482677.
Hobie Sisk, a student at Juanita High School, and player for Eastside Lions Rugby was recently chosen for the Washington Loggers (All Star) U17 team. CONTRIBUTED
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Does your pooch have what it takes to be cast as Toto in Studio East’s upcoming production of “The Wizard of Oz?” Studio East will hold dog auditions from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 11 at Studio East Training for the Performing Arts, 11730 118th Ave. N.E., Suite 100. Meet Dorothy and have your pup’s picture taken. The day will be full of fun activities for family members as well. Dogs of all sizes, shapes, age and color are welcome to try-out. Two dogs will be cast. Each successful dog will appear as Toto in “The Wizard of Oz” at the Kirkland Performance Center for three or four performances on either the weekend of July 29 or Aug. 5. For more information, visit http://studio-east. org/.
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Enjoy free samples, super savings and a chance to learn more about rescue groups during the Pet Fair and Parking Lot Sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 25 at Dooley’s Dog House, 1421 Market St. Cats and dogs will be available for adoption. For information, call 425-889-2200.
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Live Auction, entertainment and a brief presentation about the Assistance Leagueâ€™s programs. Reservations can be made by e-mailing eastsideinfo@asssistanceleague. org or calling 425-556-5106. Assistance League of the Eastside is a non-profit organization that impacts the lives of Eastside families and individuals in need through community-based philanthropic programs including, Operation School Bell, Assault Survivor Kits, and Starting Over Support.
April 30 Pacific Northwest Native Plant Sale: Eastside Audubon will hold its annual Pacific Northwest Native Plant Sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 30 at the Kirkland Childrenâ€™s School, 5311 108th Ave. NE. Plant experts will help you to select from more than 100 species of native plants: flowering, fruit-bearing, edible plants, ground covers, trees of all sizes, evergreens and perennials. â€˜Singinâ€™ in the Rainâ€™ Gala Dinner and Auction: Assistance League of the Eastside is hosting a gala dinner and auction from 5:30-10:30 p.m. April 30 at the Bellevue Westin to benefit the organizationâ€™s philanthropic programs. Tickets for the event are $125 per person and include dinner, wine, Silent and
Annual Norkirk Garage Sale: The annual Norkirk garage sale, sponsored by the Norkirk Neighborhood Association, runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 7 in the Norkirk neighborhood. Between 40-60 homes are expected to participate. Look for the signage. Tee It Up Fore Autism: Lilyâ€™s Foundation, a newly formed non-profit organization in Everett, will host the first annual Tee It Up Fore Autism Awareness, presented by Honda of Kirkland. Proceeds from the golf tournament will benefit Autism Speaks. The event, which begins at 1 p.m. May 7, will include a 4-person scramble, tournament giveaways, prizes and dinner following golf at The Golf Club at Echo Falls in Snohomish.
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May 11 Neighborhood University: Current Kirkland residents, as well as residents in the annexation neighborhoods are invited to celebrate and welcome Kirklandâ€™s neighborhoods during the Neighborhood University event, which runs from 6-9 p.m. May 11 in the Juanita Elementary School cafeteria, 9635 Northeast 132nd St. The Kirkland City Council will provide free pizza. Learn about city programs and services (from street maintenance to recycling). Hear from neighborhood leaders about running effective neighborhoods, getting things done, partnering with schools and working with the city. RSVP by May 4 to: NeighborhoodUReservations@kirklandwa.gov.
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May 14 NAMI Washington Walk: Walk for mental health during the NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Walk on May 14 at the Marina Park. Check in begins at 8:30 a.m. and the walk starts at 9:30 a.m. Presented by Fairfax Hospital, the walk is all about mental health awareness and raising financial support for NAMIâ€™s free programs that help people living with mental illness and their families. For information, call 206-257-2206 or visit www.nami.org/ namiwalks/wa. Free Recycling Event: St. Johnâ€™s Episcopal Church is hosting a free recycling event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 14 at 127 State St. The church has teamed up with Issaquahâ€™s nonprofit 1 Green Planet to offer this free event. Bring your recyclable items â€“ from computers to cars, modems to motorcycles and laptops to lawn mowers â€“ it doesnâ€™t matter if they work or not. For more information about items that can be donated, visit www.stjohnskirkland.org. Butterfly Garden Grand Opening: The public is invited to attend the Butterfly LifeCycle Demonstration Gardenâ€™s grand opening at noon May 14 at Carillon Woods Park. Mayor Joan McBride will cut the ribbon, and special guest Idie Ulsh, founder of the Washington Butterfly Association will speak briefly, followed by butterfly-related family activities. The garden is funded by a Neighborhood Connections Grant and a Boeing grant to the regional office of the National Wildlife Federation.
May 15 Urban Forest Restoration Event: Join a group of students from the UW Bothell campus in removing blackberries and other invasive plants from Juanita Bay Park from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 15 at 2201 Market St. Sign up for this project online at www.earthcorps.org.
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The following classes are offered at the Kirkland Arts Center. To register, call 425-822-7161: Printmaking 101: Explore the process of producing monotypes using a variety of techniques and methods, all from simple principle of transferring ink from a piece of Plexiglas to paper. The class runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesdays, May 10 through June 14. Cost is $165 members; $190 non-members. Block Printing: This workshop offers an overview of relief block printing that will touch on composition, technique and individual design. Runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesdays, May 4-18. Cost is $165 members; $190 non-members. Painting the Figure: This class teaches us to paint what we see, rather than what we think we see. Painting live models is a time-tested, classic academic method for teaching students the skill of representational rendering via drawing, painting, sculpting and photography. The class runs from 7-10 p.m. Wednesdays, May 11 through June 15. Cost is $230 members; $255 non-members. Flamenco de Raiz: Direct from Spain and returning to KPC after two sold out performances in 2010, Flamenco de Raiz promises an unforgettable evening of passionate flamenco dance, song and music at 8 p.m. April 29-30 at the Kirkland Performance Center. Tickets are $32-35. Visit www.kpcenter.org. Hari Kondabolu: Like his comedic heroes, Hari Kondabolu wants to speak truth to power with confrontational and personal material. Unlike them, he does not want to die of a morphine overdose or set himself on fire. Hari has performed on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham” and John Oliver’s “New York Standup Show.”The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. May 6 at the Kirkland Performance Center. Tickets are $16-$20. Visit www.kpcenter.org. Faure’s Requiem: Kirkland Choral Society’s 23rd season concludes with a perennial favorite: Faure’s hauntingly beautiful Requiem. In addition, KCS celebrates the 200th birthday of Franz Liszt, with his seldom heard masterpiece, the powerful Missa Choralis. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. May 7 at Bastyr University Chapel, 14500 Juanita Drive, Kenmore; and 7:30 p.m. May 14 at the First Church of Seattle, 180 Denny Way, Seattle. Tickets are $12 student/senior; $18 adult. Visit www.kirklandchoralsociety.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 Hector’s and Lynn’s Bistro; deserts by The Crab Cracker, Hoffman’s Fine Cakes and Pastries and Sweetcakes; and wine by Northwest Cellars, Airfield Estates and Gallery Wine & Art. For information, call 425-822-7161, ext. 103. Cost is $40 and proceeds benefit KAC. Kirkland Artists Studio Tour: KAST is a free, self-guided tour of artists’ studios in Kirkland that happens from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. during Mother’s Day weekend, May 7-8. More than 50 artists will open up their studios for the public. View their new artwork, watch artist demonstrations and make purchases directly from the artists.
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