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LWSD, teachers’ union postpone negotiations Superintendent Dr. Chip Kimball. “This situation does not provide a productive environment for negotiating a new multi-year agreement,” BY BILL CHRISTIANSON Kimball said. “Both the disReporter Newspapers trict and the teachers association understand that much he Lake Washingof our ability to compensate ton School District teachers is dependent on the (LWSD) and the Lake state budget. Budget predicWashington Education Astions for one year let alone sociation (LWEA) agreed to three years are very difficult postpone teacher contract at this time.” negotiations until next year. LWEA President Kevin Both sides said the uncerTeeley said the CBA extentainty of the state economy sion will provide “a level of triggered the decision to stability for staff members extend the current three-year and parents.” Collective Bargaining Agree“We’re hoping that a year ment (CBA), through from now the economy the 2011-12 school will be less volatile year. In addition, than it is now and KIRKLAND both sides agreed the district and to a revised 2011teachers will be 12 school district able to productively calendar, which will negotiate a contract,” include date changes for he said. elementary school parent/ The extension, which inteacher conferences. cludes minor changes to next The seven-member LWSD year’s school calendar, comes Board of Directors unaniearly enough where parents mously approved the extencan plan ahead for things sion at its Feb. 7 meeting such as vacations, Teeley said. after the LWEA, which has It also assures there will be approximately 1,500 memno teachers’ strike next fall, bers, voted to continue the which was never a concern current CBA by a 96 percent for the LWEA, Teeley said. majority. “We haven’t had a strike Legislators are cursince 1990,” he said. “We rently hammering out a state weren’t concerned with that.” budget with many changes The main concern was try— and cuts — to education ing to negotiate a multi-year funding looming large. deal when the amount of With the district facing state funding, which dictates “many unknowns” as far as the base of the contract, state funding for next school was unknown, according year, both sides felt now was to LWSD communications not the time for bargaining director Kathryn Reith. talks, according to LWSD [ more LWSD page 5 ]
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A day at the Bay A day at the Bay Above, a hooded merganser couple is sighted at Juanita Bay Park’s Forbes Creek. DUKE COONRAD, Contributed Left, below, Duke Coonrad snaps photos of birds, including the above photo, at Juanita Bay Park on Monday. Also pictured is Stephen Lamson and dog, Patch. Left, above, 3-year-old Ethan Burns enjoys a tricycle ride on the path at Juanita Bay Park Monday. He is followed by parents, Kelly and Andrew, and brother Grady. CARRIE WOOD, Kirkland Reporter
Kirkland Fire disrupts Big Finn Hill Park for potential station, neighbors not pleased BY CARRIE WOOD email@example.com
Like many Finn Hill residents, Margaret Horne is vigilant about Big Finn Hill Park use as she walks through the forest every day with her dog. “We’re always watching people in the woods, making sure they are not making new trails or cutting down trees,” she said. So when Horne came around the corner Feb. 15 while walking along the park trail that runs parallel to N.E. 138th Place off Juanita Drive, she was struck by the sight of a backhoe. “We didn’t know it was coming,” she said of the equipment that flattened several areas of trail veg-
etation as crews took soil samples last week at the proposed site of a new Kirkland fire station. The crews conducted a geo-technical survey to determine if the site would be suitable for a fire station, said Jack Henderson, Kirkland Fire Department deputy chief of operations. He noted the work was a “standard construction project” and said the crews did not remove any trees. Also, the permit that was issued by King County requires the geo-technical firm to replant the damaged vegetation, he added. “We’re still trying to decide whether this is a proper lot or not for a fire station,” said Henderson, adding that the department
An area of Big Finn Hill Park’s trails were plowed over for soil testing Feb. 15. The site is in consideration for a new fire station. CARRIE WOOD, Kirkland Reporter will know more by March 8, when a public open house is scheduled. The Kirkland Fire Department currently contracts with King County to provide fire protection
service for the annexation areas of Finn Hill, Juanita and a western portion of Kingsgate. The 2-acre site on Finn Hill is in an unincorporated [ more FIRE page 3 ]
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New Kirkland pharmacy brings Remedies for a variety of needs able to do a couple of different things at one place and we try to provide that.” The store serves food like hot soups and salads small European grocery and has a small eating area, have yet to open, the pharbirthday cards, refrigermacy, which opened two ated foods and Fly Flot – a weeks ago, is ready to serve unique and rare Eurothe neighborhood. pean shoe. “We offer a variety Remedies atof things that make NEW tempts to keep us unique,” said its ice cream and Remedies pharespresso prices at macy technician 40 percent of what and manager Mila customers would Antonyok. “We try to pay at other businesses. supply things that you can’t Employees said that readfind other places. For the ers of the Reporter may customer, it is nice to be
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any people who walk by the newest business in downtown Kirkland stop to look through the windows out of curiosity. Most find shoes, an espresso bar and diabetes’ supplies – an interesting mix of products for Remedies Pharmacy. And while the espresso bar, deli, ice-cream bar and
Free scoop or java Get a free ice cream or espresso at Remedies Pharmacy with mention of this article. receive a free espresso or ice cream by mentioning this article. “People come in for many different reasons,” said Antonyok. “We really didn’t know what to expect with the move but all of our neighbors have been great so far.” Remedies occupies a 3,000-square-foot space across the street from U.S. Bank at 140 Central Way. The pharmacy, which currently employs six, moved from Lynnwood where it had been for seven years. Remedies’ drive through became an issue for local traffic and was moved to Kirkland as a result. Store employees emphasized that they want their local neighbors to feel comfortable with coming to them with their needs. But the pharmacy’s main focus is serving the elderly and diabetes patients. For senior customers, the pharmacy supplies one free
Remedies’ employees Renee Rogers (left) and Heba Baklach. CARRIE WOOD, Kirkland Reporter
delivery each month. “Many of these people can’t even get here and they need someone to go get it for them,” said Antonyok, who noted the pharmacy will bill Medicare and Medicaid. “They are so happy when we drop it off.
It is nice to see that we are really helping people who need it.” For diabetics, the pharmacy gives free consultations, provides a foot exam for custom shoes and insoles and provides a wide range of diabetic supplies.
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www.kirklandreporter.com part of King County that will be annexed into the City of Kirkland, effective June 1. The city and Fire District 41, which provides service to the area but will dissolve with annexation, have been negotiating for months with King County to acquire the site for a new station. Fire officials want to sell two smaller stations on Finn Hill and consolidate them into one larger station to improve response time and save on operating costs. Proceeds from the sale of the existing stations would pay for the new one. But many Finn Hill residents have expressed anger about the lack of public involvement in the project so far. A Finn Hill resident for nearly 20 years, Patti Anderson said the recent soil work took her by surprise. â€œI was not expecting it and it made me feel that plans were further along than anybody in the public knew they were,â€?
said Anderson, a former Denny Creek Neighborhood Alliance president. â€œItâ€™s ludicrous, frankly. My concern is that the idea that a large fire station and large parking lot can be developed and placed in this park is misguided â€“ especially without widespread community knowledge, debate and feedback.â€? She also said she is opposed to the fire station. â€œItâ€™s bad stewardship of park land,â€? said Anderson. â€œThis particular park is highly coveted by this community with a long-standing commitment of preservation and restoration. Itâ€™s absolutely the wrong place for this project.â€? The Denny Creek Neighborhood Alliance (DCNA) also voted to oppose the potential Finn Hill fire station during its monthly board meeting on Tuesday. After considering objections voiced by residents at the meeting, a majority of DCNA board
members agreed that the Finn Hill location â€œundermines goals that are critically important to the community,â€? according to a Feb. 22 press release. The DCNA said the acreage designated for the proposed station in existing King County park land is used daily by hikers and bikers. The soil work last week â€œraised concerns among many residents, whoâ€™ve heard little, if any details on the proposal or the rationale for its siting,â€? said DCNA in the press release. Fire District 41 Commissioner Toby Nixon said the non-profit groupâ€™s decision to oppose the station implies the district has had no communication with DCNA. He said fellow commissioner Jim Lloyd attended a Dec. 8 DCNA meeting and outlined the proposal. â€œWe thought the outcome of the meeting was very positive and they (DCNA) looked
fire district noticeâ€? that it was performing the soil study, therefore the district could not notify residents in time. He invited the public to attend an open house at 7 p.m. March 8 at the Kirkland Stake Center (Mormon Church) on the corner of Juanita Drive and N.E. 132nd St. If the Finn Hill site is found to be feasible for water drainage, the district hopes to have a formal inter-local agreement signed by all parties by June 1.
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users, the county would allow the district to build a station on a parcel of park land. â€œA parking lot would be overkill,â€? said Hoerth, who lives near the proposed site and says he doesnâ€™t see a need for more parking. He said he is most concerned that the process is moving â€œfaster than we thought it would,â€? adding the community needs to be more involved in the process. Nixon said the geo-technical firm â€œfailed to give the
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“It’s bad stewardship of park land. This park is highly coveted by this community with a long-standing commitment of preservation and restoration. It’s absolutely the wrong place for this project.“ Patti Anderson said of the proposed fire station at Big Finn Hill Park.
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humbs up to Jeremiah Laufasa as the Juanita High School senior and future Husky took second at the state wrestling meet Saturday. Thumbs up to all the Kirkland athletes that competed at state in various winter sports. Thumbs up to the State DOT for offering $10 in toll credits for drivers wishing to buy the Good To Go! pass for the 520 bridge early. Thumbs up to state Rep. Roger Goodman for spearheading a bill that could prevent sex-crime defendants who represent themselves from directly questioning their accusers in court. Thumbs up to the completion of the downtown Kirkland Transit Center and having bus service back to its regular schedule on Saturday. Thumbs up to Sharon Rodman, who the Kirkland Council recently recognized for receiving the “2010 Outstanding Professional Award” from the Washington Native Plant Society. Thumbs up to the new development on Lake Street, including Milagro Cantina. Thumbs up to the Kirkland Off-Leash Dog Group and volunteers who are clearing the land at Kirkland’s new off-leash dog park site at 9 a.m. Feb. 26 (at the corner of 113th Ave. N.E. and N.E. 120th). Thumbs up to the Lake Washington Technical College students who helped provide $45,000 in free dental services to the area’s low-income children.
Thumbs down to the State DOT for the difficulties with the sign-up section of its Web site for the Good To Go! passes. Many people reported problems with the security question and password section this past week. Thumbs down to the geo-technical firm for not notifying residents before crews took soil samples in Big Finn Hill Park last week. The Kirkland Fire Department, Fire District 41 and King County should keep the community better informed as it moves forward with plans for a potential fire station at the park. Thumbs down to the school busses that park in front of the Kirkland Performance Center and block drivers’ views. It is great
to have local students visit the center, but busses should park in the parking lot and out of the way. Thumbs down to inconsiderate drivers. Thumbs down to those who follow lock step the talking points of one political party and do not take time to research their subject. The Republican Party is simply trying to extend the current tax rates for everyone. That is no tax cut; it is not taking any money from the federal government. It is only maintaining current rates.
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Abortion should be safe, legal and rare (In response to the recent letter, “Abortion is a fancy way to say selfish”). I can see that young Meredith has done a good job of learning the abortion talking points undoubtedly presented to her at her church. The abortion debate has few in the middle, most have taken sides and hold firmly to their point of view. I’m of the opinion that abortion should be safe, legal and rare. Very few people really like the idea of abortion, even those like me who support its legality. But the only way to make abortion rare is for there to be as few unwanted pregnancies as possible. This is only common sense and this is where the churches fail on a monumental level. The proven best ways to avoid unwanted pregnancies are through
sex education and the use of about abortion they would stop birth control, two things that the being such obstructionists when churches fight tooth and nail. it comes to teaching sex educaOn the one hand, they say they tion in schools and stop attackabhor abortion but they’re equal- ing organizations like Planned ly opposed to supporting sex Parenthood. In fact, if they education out of fear that this really cared, they would offer will somehow give young people sex education classes at church the idea that they are condoning and perhaps even be willing to pre-marital sex. News Flash: provide condoms as well. young people have always Just because you believe indulged in pre-marital in reason and common READERS’ sex and they always will. sense doesn’t mean you It’s only human nature have to give your kids the and you can’t fight raging message that they should hormones. All of the well be sleeping around, you publicized abstinence-only can still teach them your education programs and chastity ethics. When my kids became pledges have done nothing to teenagers I, like many parents, reduce the number of unwanted worried that they might go to a pregnancies. Studies show that party some time and have too those parts of the country that much to drink. I always taught are the most churched, such as them to be responsible and avoid the south, have the highest rates such indulgences but I also told of teen pregnancies. them that if they ever got drunk If the churches really cared at a party and were not capable
of driving home safely to call me and I would come get them, no questions asked, no guilt and anytime of the day or night. Their safety was more important to me than whether they broke the rules and I didn’t want them to ever be hesitant to put their safety first, even if they’d made a bad decision. I never got one of those calls either, it was never necessary. So I ask, to Meredith and all her religious brethren, what’s more important? Reducing abortion rates or the nonsensical ideology that so many denominations preach that actually increase the number of unwanted pregnancies? You can’t have both.
Larry Knapp, Kirkland more letters online... www.kirklandreporter.com
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...young at heart Áegis Lodge resident celebrates 100th birthday Áegis Lodge resident Richard Frank reached a milestone lifespan of 100 years on Jan. 8. Frank’s father William and his mother Marie Gottbarth were both born in the U.S. and were of German background. His grandmother was from the Berlin area and his father from Bavaria. Frank was born in Louisville, Ky. on Jan. 8, 1911. Frank excelled at everything he did, placing first HAPPY in all his classes from the first grade through his Stanford University Law Degree, JD Order of the Coif, Summa cum Laude, for his studies in Law and Business Administration. While still a law student, Frank co-authored two volumes of a six-volume study of American Family Law. The study recommended numerous changes in the existing law. Many of the suggestions were adopted by the various states, even before the study was completed. Frank takes pride that the head of the project never changed one word of his work but recognizes that the
professor was worn out after a decade on the project and was anxious to complete it. Richard Frank and Helen Farris were married on April 20, 1935; he was 24. They had a family of two daughters, one deceased, three grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Frank spent a few years of private practice as an attorney in San Francisco. The advent of WWII took him to Washington D.C. to work in one of the temporary agencies created to manage wartime affairs. He joined the Office of Price Administration (OPA), which set the price and availability of many essential products. He was in the enforcement unit of the OPA and ultimately became the director of that unit. With the end of the war, Frank became a professor of business law at Syracuse University in upstate New York. The long, very cold winters in Syracuse were interesting for a few years. However, when Stanford looked him up and offered a joint appointment in the Law School and School of Busi-
Áegis receives community award
meeting. This year the annual meeting featured guests Harry Belafonte, Carlos Santana, Ted Kennedy, Jr. and others sharing their wisdom and experience with all in attendance. Áegis ranked highest among all Áegis communities for shaping the company
Áegis Lodge in Kirkland was presented with the Turn Around Community of the Year Award during EPIC 2011, the company’s annual
Áegis Lodge resident Richard Frank recently celebrated his 100th birthday with family and friends. CONTRIBUTED ness Administration, he was ready to move to a warmer clime. In 1958 California Chief Justice Gibson became dissatisfied with the haphazard way the California Court System had grown and therefore, he was determined to take corrective action. Frank was invited to join a small group to devise a way to correct the situation. Their plan called for a constitutional amendment to be approved by voters, enabling legislation to be enacted by the California Legislature. Everything was completed by 1961 and the Administrative Office of
Based on an interview by Bob Bolling, also a resident at Áegis Lodge.
through innovations and influencing the community’s success. Áegis Lodge in Kirkland was honored for the innovations demonstrated through the opening of its secured memory care, Life’s Neighborhood; its Parkinson’s specialty program; and the addition of the on-site
physical, occupational and speech therapies, along with an educational series presented every month to families and providers in the community in need of senior care knowledge. For its exceptional service, Áegis was presented with a plaque and a monetary incentive.
the California Courts came into being. Frank was named Deputy Director, a position he held until his retirement in 1980. When he retired, the California Legislature adopted a joint resolution commending his career in the California Court System. Frank has enjoyed playing golf and tennis. He and his wife Helen lived for 12 years in a retirement home in Redmond before moving to Áegis three years ago.
[ LWSD from page 1] “Basically both sides said things are really crazy right now and now is not the time to make three-year commitments,” she said. “As a district, we are not in a position to promise anything. We don’t know yet what we’re going to get with the state budget.” While funding remains a question, the 2011-12 school calendar has been agreed upon by both sides. The changes to the 2011-12 school calendar will be “really positive improvements,” Teeley said. Before this extension agreement, both sides agreed to move spring break from the last week in March to the first week in April to more closely align with neighboring school districts, according to Reith. The newly adopted school-calendar changes include moving the dates for the elementary school conferences from Oct. 20, 21 and 24 to Oct. 3, 4 and 6 to better facilitate
the student goal-setting portion of these parent/ teacher conferences, Reith said. During that conference, students, teachers and parents establish goal setting for the whole school year, so moving the date to earlier in the school year made sense, Reith said. In addition, the dates for the elementary school mid-year conferences were changed from Jan. 26 and 27 to Jan. 31, Feb. 2 and 3, giving teachers an extra day to work with parents, according to Reith. A calendar for the 2012-13 school year was also developed so that families and staff could make plans. All calendars are subject to change. As for next year’s teacher negotiations, both sides are “being hopeful the economy will turn around,” Reith said. Both sides will return to the bargaining table next January to negotiate the next three-year CBA, which will start in 2012-13.
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Rotary Club steps up to help finish Milkin home Michelle Yousef, project manager, and Joe Cantwell (CDK Construction) spoke to the Rotary Club of Kirkland about what still needs to be done to finish rebuilding Leonid Milkin’s Kirkland home on Feb. 7. Yousef reviewed what happened to the home that was burned in 2006 to cover up the deaths
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of Milkin’s wife, his two sons and sister-in-law. Since the house was destroyed, many volunteers hours have gone into rebuilding the home and landscaping the yard. However, the garage, basement and a gazebo remain to be finished and the house needs to be furnished. The Kirkland Rotary Foundation made a donation that will pay for the permit required to begin rebuilding the garage. For information, e-mail MilkinHouse@gmail.com.
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February 25, 2011 
Lake Washington wrestlers finish in top eight at state Laufasa takes second for Juanita Rebels
his first match of the meet against North Centralâ€™s Sam Rykken, but lost ith three memto Lucas Huyber from bers of the team Auburn Mountainview competing at in the second round. the Mat Classic event Petrechko went on a two last weekend, the Lake match winning streak to Washington team earned stay in the competition, three state medals for before falling to Phil Frabeing among the top eight zier from Mercer Island. wrestlers in the state. He then beat conferLake Washingence rival Juanitaâ€™s tonâ€™s Joel Navas, a Logan McCallum MAT senior wrestling for the fifth place, in the 125 diviwhile McCallum sion, lost his first brought back the round match, but sixth place medal. won four straight in Jack Michels earned the consolation bracket to a fourth place finish for stay alive in the competi- the Kangs in the 215 tion. His loss to Aaron weight class. He won the Blaine from Hudsonâ€™s first two rounds of his Bay pushed him into the meet, before falling to match wrestling for fifth Jake Laden of Univeror six place against Travis sity in the semifinals. A Reano from Enumclaw. consolation win pushed Navas lost with a 15-0 him into the third/fourth major decision to finish place match, where he in sixth place. lost to Jimmy Trull from Jerry Petrechko was Bellevue with a fall in fifth overall in the 171 1:37 to finish fourth. weight division. He won Juanitaâ€™s Jeremiah LaufaBY MEGAN MANAGAN
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BRIEFS Kang boys season ends at districts The Lake Washington season came to an end Feb. 18 with a 75-61 loss to Rainier Beach at the SeaKing district tournament. Lake Washington was in the hunt for the final state berth out of the district tournament, but ran into the No. 2 team in the state, after Rainier Beach was pushed to the consolation bracket with a loss to Bellevue. The Kangs had lost earlier in the tournament to another top ranked team out of Seattle, Oâ€™Dea. On Feb. 15, the Kangs lost 78-71 in a close battle
during the district quarterfinals. Lake Washington led early in the game, but fell behind and never regained the lead. Darien Nelson-Henry had 25 points for Lake Washington during the match against Oâ€™Dea, Kramer Taylor had 24 and Guy Lynott added 11. During the season Matt Staudacher was one of the KingCo conferenceâ€™s leading scorers, averaging 16 points a game over the seasonâ€™s 22 matches. Nelson-Henry had a 14.4 game point average, while Taylor earned an average of 12.7 for the team. The Kangs ended the season with a 15-11 record.
Jeremiah Laufasa took second during the state wrestling meet held at the Tacoma Dome on Saturday. MEGAN MANAGAN, Kirkland Reporter
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For another year the Juanita girls basketball team edged closer to the 3A state tournament, but couldnâ€™t quite capitalize on early season success to propel the team into a state berth. The Rebelsâ€™ season came to an end Feb. 19 with a district loss to Cleveland. The teams ended the first quarter tied with 11 points apiece, but Cleveland pulled ahead with 19 points in the second quarter to gain a 30-19 lead at halftime. [ more GIRLS page 12 ]
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Registration is currently underway for all Kirkland American Little League teams. This year is the 60th anniversary of the organization. For girls and boys ages 4 through 9, registration closes on Feb. 28. Kirkland American Little League President John Rudolph said scholarships are available. The first day of the season is March 1, while the citywide parade, which this year will feature both the Kirkland American and Kirkland National Little League teams, will take place on March 19. The season officially begins on March 21 and runs through June 15. To register, visit the Kirkland American site at www.kirklandamerican. com or contact Rudolph with additional questions at president@ kirklandamerican.com.
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 February 25, 2011 [ GIRLS from page 11] The Rebels bounced back into the game during the third quarter, outscoring Cleveland 14-8 to end the quarter with a 38-33 score. The final score was 45-42 for the Eagles. Bre Carter had the team high of 15 points dur-
www.kirklandreporter.com ing the match, while her sophomore teammate Mikayla Jones put up 11 for the team. Kate Cryderman and Molly Grager each added seven and Taylor Paddock had two. The day before, the Rebels faced off against Liberty in a KingCo rematch. Juanita beat Liberty 53-41
to advance, looking for the final district spot in the state tournament. The Lady Rebels controlled the match from the outset, and not even a 21 point fourth quarter from the Patriots could keep their season alive. Jones picked up 18 points for the Rebels,
while Cryderman had 14 overall. In the Rebels second match of the tournament, they faced Holy Names, the top team in the state. It proved from early on to be a tough game for the Rebels. After a 20 point first quarter, Holy Names took the game and ran
with it, during Tuesday’s district match between Juanita and top ranked Holy Names. The final score was 74-41 for the Cougars. Offensively, Holy Names never slowed, while holding every Juanita player to under 10 points in the game.
Against Holy Names Tayler Lloyd had eight points, while Cryderman and Grager each had seven. Destry Seiler had six, Carter and Jones had five and Paddock had three. The Rebels ended the season with a 19-7 overall record.
Edgar Martinez helps rebuild home in native Puerto Rico Kirkland resident Edgar Martinez joined Habitat for Humanity of East King County (EKC) for a home-building trip to his childhood home of Puerto Rico on Feb. 14-18. “I had a great experience working with the team from Habitat for Humanity,” said Martinez. “They worked very hard for three days. It showed me the passion they have for the organization and the people they serve.” The Habitat for Humanity Puerto Rico affiliate hosted the team of staff and volunteers from Habitat for Humanity EKC. Although born in New York City, Martinez moved to Dorado, Puerto Rico in 1965 and attended American University of Puerto Rico before moving back to the states and being drafted to the Seattle Mariners. He currently lives in Kirkland. This is Martinez’ second trip to visit Habitat for Humanity in Puerto Rico, but his first time helping to build a Habitat house. Last May, he joined Tom Granger, executive director of Habitat EKC and Amanda Silva, executive director of Habitat Puerto Rico and Board members in the ground-breaking event for their latest home-building project. During his latest trip, he was joined by Habitat EKC staff and eight other dedicated volunteers from the Eastside. The group laid rebar for the second level of a house, setting wood form work and helping the electrician and plumber with rough-in work. Trip participants blogged about their experience in Puerto Rico at the Habitat EKC Web site blog: habitatekc.blogspot. com/ during the trip.
February 25, 2011 
Sick swan at Juanita Bay, mergansers at Forbes Creek female flowers that produce fruit. The botanical term for this is dioecious.
Attention all Redmond & Kirkland At and Little League Coaches
A common merganser makes a catch at Juanita Bay Parkâ€™s Forbes Creek on Feb. 21. DUKE COONRAD, Contributed restoration event in Juanita Bay Park on April 23. Other work parties include March 5 and 19 at Cotton Hill and April 9 at Kiwanis Park.
Janice Johnson lives in Juanita and is active in the local environmental community.
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The Seattle Flower and Garden Show is this week. Puget Sound Chapter of the Native Plant Society is offering Native garden design workshops March 12-13 and 19. Eastside Audubonâ€™s native plant sale is scheduled for late April, and the Native Plant Societyâ€™s spring native plant sale at the Bellevue Botanical Garden is Saturday, May 7. The first week of May is Washington Native Plant week , and there will be special garden tours and field trips offered. Eastside Audubon and the Eastside Park Rangers will sponsor special tours at Juanita Bay Park April 16 in honor of Migratory Bird Day. Green Kirkland Partnership is holding its Earth Day
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Why Athletic Supply? 1. We have two new meeting rooms equipped with conference tables. 2. Every Player coming down to have their team meeting at the store will receive a free workout T-Shirt. 3. Players, Coaches, and Parents in attendance will all receive a 15% discount in the store that evening. 4. All Baseball Gloves purchased that evening will be able to be broken in with our new Mizuno Steam Machine, a $15.00 value. 5. Every team that comes down for their team meeting will receive an hour of instruction with Ray Atkinson and his staff from Atkinson Baseball Academy.
mergansers most often in Forbes Creek or the beaver pond. Common mergansers sometimes hang out between the two boardwalks. If you see leaves flying around in low little eddies west of the parking lot on windless days, take time to focus on the activity. Most of the birds causing the eddies are robins, but mixed in them may be varied thrushes, spotted towhees, golden crowned kinglets, song sparrows, other sparrows and starlings. Indian plum is beginning to bloom, and some hazelnuts and elderberry are leafing out. I have seen the soft fuzzy pussy willows blooms in the park as well. If you look closely at Indian plum flowers, you will notice different shrubs have different kinds of flowers. Some have stamens only, others pistils only, and both male and female flower-bearing plants must be in proximity to pollinize the
January, you could observe red slider turtles moving below the ice on the floor of the Bay on sunny days off the middle boardwalk. From the forecast for the next two weeks, this opportunity may represent itself. With the lawn unseeded at Juanita Beach, the wintering American wigeon ducks â€“ which like Canada geese, like to graze on mowed, grassy lawns â€“ have been more visible feeding in the Bay itself, but they come and go. Usually when I am not seeing them in our Bay, I see them in Union Bay when I cross to Seattle. Snipe and killdeer are also intermittently sighted around the west boardwalkâ€™s cove or along the north shore mud flat. The north shore is also a favorite haunt of our wood ducks. I see the hooded
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ost of the swans left Juanita Bay several weeks ago. In mid-February, many park visitors were concerned about an apparently sick swan cygnet (young bird), whose family group of one sibling and both parents lingered with it. By the end of the week, the cygnet died. Lead poisoning is suspected from its swelled neck and stomach. Fish and Wildlife were called about our concerns before the bird died. Several swans remained in the Bay as of Feb. 20. Generally all leave before the end of February. On a happier note, have you noticed how much more bird song is in the air as the days lengthen? Like the birds, I find myself perking up with the increased daylight. The string of five sunny days in a row has been a bonus, but as I learned when I lived in the Great Lakes area, winter sun carries a cold bite in the air. When the lake was ice skimmed in December and
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