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Library vote draws community debate By Dennis Box Editor

Enumclaw is in the midst of one of its more controversial elections concerning the fate of the city’s public library. Proposition No. 1 on the April 17 mail-in ballot asks whether residents of Enumclaw should allow the King County Library System to

annex the city library. fund the library or close the doors. The library has been a cornerAnnexation would mean KCLS stone of the community for would take over operation of more than 90 years. It was the library on June 1. KCLS Proposition is a taxing district separate founded in 1922. One of the central quesfrom King County governtions is whether the City ment that operates librarCouncil is able to, or willing ies throughout King County. to, fund the library. The other The nearest KCLS branches are issue is if the annexation measure the Black Diamond, Muckleshoot, fails, will the council find a way to Maple Valley and Covington librar-

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ies. According to a “frequently asked questions” document on the city’s website, Enumclaw and Seattle are the only two cities in the county that are not part of KCLS, which was founded in 1942. The Enumclaw City Council approved a resolution at its March

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The Puyallup Tribe of Indians are proposing to redirect Boise Creek, improving spawning and the golf course By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

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A project initiated by the Puyallup Tribe of Indians would make life more enjoyable for Enumclaw golfers, improve spawning grounds for migrating salmon and cost roughly $1 million to complete. Members of the Enumclaw City Council voted their support for the proposal during their most recent meeting, perhaps an easy step to take since the city would be on the hook for none of the money. A project has been in the talking stage for several years involving the tribe, the city and the Salmon Recovery Funding Board – each with a vested interest in the outcome. The tribe wants to redirect Boise Creek where it enters the golf course to improve conditions for salmon heading upstream; the city sees the project as a way to eliminate seasonal flooding that irritates golfers and makes parts of the municipal course unplayable; and the SRFB is highly interested because it provides money only to the most deserving entities. Boise Creek now enters the golf course between the greens on holes No. 1 and 10, but the tribe hopes to redirect the channel so it enters along the side of hole No. 11. The proposed location is “an old, former channel,” according to Enumclaw Public Works Director Chris Searcy, who adds that the historic nature of the creek was likely altered by

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LIBRARY FROM A1 12 meeting stating the city’s property tax levy rate would not be reduced if the library annexation vote is approved in April. Resolution 1449 passed 6-0. Councilman Darrel Dickson was not present. The resolution stated “the City Council does not intend to reduce the City’s property tax levy rate” should the annexation measure be approved by voters. Councilman Sean Krebs requested an amendment cutting the statement that said the city could no longer provide sufficient funds for the municipal library. Krebs said it is the choice of the City Council to not fund the library, while supporting other city services including parks and police. The motion for the amendment passed unanimously. Charlie Sansone, a former member of the library advisory board and retired social studies teacher from New York, opposes the annexation. One of Sansone’s principal concerns is a belief the children’s section of the Enumclaw library will be reduced. “To me that is a real loss,” Sansone said. “It can’t be measured in dollars and cents.” Sansone said the city began cutting funds to the library in 2009, which he believes is one of the reasons it is more difficult for the Enumclaw library to compete with KCLS. “I said what you have done to us is like those who complain about welfare,” Sansone said. “Cut their welfare and then hold the parents responsible for malnourishment of their children. I don’t see any human factor in that.”

On the side of allowing annexation is former City Council member and current library board member Rich Elfers. “The reality is the City Council knows the city budget is drying up,” Elfers said. “The harsh reality is the city can no longer fund the library. I know at least three council members (who have) said they will vote to close the library.” Elfers said in the current economy the council has to ask “what are the core services, the police are for example. You have to decide where to spend money.” The library board sent a letter to the City Council July 13, 2011 stating members supported local control of the library with additional hours of operation including staying open six days a week. The library is currently open 36 hours a week and is closed on Friday and Sunday. To fund the library the board requested a city levy of 40 cents per $1,000 of property value, which would produce $421,000, plus $260,000 from the city budget. According to the FAQ the KCLS will levy 50 cents per $1,000 for operation of the library. Sansone said he does not believe the city considered the board proposals or listened to the ideas and questions from the 2011 board. He recently resigned from the board. “The City Council did not visit (King County) libraries,” Sansone said. “How many times have they went into KCLS libraries? Look at the Black Diamond (library) adult section compared to our library.” Elfers, who was on the City Council in 2011, said the council did consider the letter from the board in 2011, but decided it was not a plausible plan. “We just said no,” Elfers said.

According to Elfers, the proposal from the 2011 board would cost more than the KCLS annexation. With the 40 cent levy and the $260,000 from the city budget, Elfers estimated it would equal about a 65 cent levy verses 50 cents per $1,000 for KCLS. “The reason the City Council rejected it, is KCLS is a better deal,” Elfers said. “Our goal is to serve the people of Enumclaw. We can’t compete with KCLS. We will get more money out of our tax dollars.” According to the city’s FAQ, if the proposition fails the reciprocal borrowing agreement will end and Enumclaw residents will not be able to obtain a KCLS library card. Sansone said he initially supported the annexation, but changed his mind after visiting King County libraries around the region. “We might not be classed as a top library,” Sansone said. “I think that is bad.” Sansone said he is concerned about what books and collections may be removed from Enumclaw. “I favored holding up and making a thorough study,” Sansone


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library services at the Enumclaw library to the residents of the City of Enumclaw including increased hours, more public computers and different library programs. Annexation would mean that City of Enumclaw residents would pay for library services through property taxes levied by KCLS rather than by the use of the City’s general fund money. KCLS is a separate local government, and not part of King County government, with the sole purpose of providing library services. KCLS is governed by a Board of Trustees. The City of Enumclaw will retain the authority to have its own library board, which will serve in an advisory capacity to the King County Library System and it will retain control of the library endowment funds.”

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said. “Set up a study group then if we decide (to annex) we will do it. I think a good high-school senior could have performed a study with guidance.” Another option Sansone thought should be considered to pay for the library is a membership fee for those who use the resource. The city traditionally funded the library operation from its general

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Fourth of July group hoping for dollars By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

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are putting their energy into staging a public fireworks display to begin at dusk at the Enumclaw Expo Center. The event has been a hit the past few years, attracting large crowds to the center’s north parking lot and informal viewing spots throughout the area. Fireworks are being planned again this year, but lighting up the sky carries a $6,800 price tag – and that’s a bill the Stars and Stripes folks simply aren’t able to pay. At least, not yet. There’s a concerted effort afoot to raise $8,000 to make the 2012 holiday a success. The bulk would cover the cost of the pro- fessional fireworks display, with the rest earmarked for things like advertising and the annual downtown parade. Heading up the Stars and Stripes Committee is Enumclaw Mayor Liz Reynolds. “It has to be an effort by the community to keep the whole thing alive,” Reynolds said. The committee has shopped around, she said, and has learned $6,800 is a good deal for the type of show Enumclaw is accustomed to. Trouble is, a deposit is due in early June and money is in low supply. Unlike past years, Stars and Stripes is taking a regional


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development of the region. Work on the creek would extend approximately 2,000 feet and would involve widening the stream bed. The creek has been artificially narrowed in some areas, contained by berms. That creates an unnatural situation for salmon and contributes to poor fairway drainage, Searcy said. In some areas the creek occasionally sits higher than the adjacent fairway, held in check by man-made berms, he said. On occasion, there has been so much water in Boise Creek it has spilled over the berms and onto the course. This situation has occurred numerous times on holes 10, 16, 17 and 18. “Flooded fairways aren’t good for golfers or fish,” Searcy said. In past decades, the ongoing trouble might have been solved by dredging the creek, Searcy noted, but today’s environmental regulations would make that option tricky

view of the fireworks attraction, realizing people attend from Black Diamond to Buckley. With that in mind, boosters are looking to those communities for help with funding. “We’re trying to expand our horizons,” Reynolds said. “It truly is a Plateau show.” To encourage potential donors, the organizing committee is offering various levels of support. Donors will be recognized according to their level of contribution. A “Red, White and Blue” package is for those donating $100 to $499; the “Freedom” package, $500 to $999; a “Liberty Bell” package, $1,000 to $1,499; and the “Patriotic” package, $1,500

to $2,000. Anyone wishing to donate can make a check payable to Stars and Stripes and deliver it to either the Chamber of Commerce office or Park Center Hotel where General Manager Tim Robeck is heading Fourth of July marketing efforts. Donations are tax-deductible. Reynolds said the holiday parade will resemble those of previous years, with children on brightly-decorated bicycles, tricycles and scooters leading the way. This year, kids will have to decorate their own rides before arriving downtown; previously, decorations were provided. As always, the noon parade will roll along Cole Street.

at best. A second part of the tribe’s plan is to open up a hidden waterway that now flows under the feet of golfers playing holes 1, 8, 10 and 18. A small stream trickles to a spot between holes No. 2 and No. 7, feeding a pond used as part of the irrigation system for the course’s front nine. That small stream is channeled by an underground culvert. Plans call for it to be opened to the surface, creating another water feature for the public course. If the Puyallup Tribe secures the needed funding, Searcy said, the majority of the work on the course could be done between February and May, when the course gets the least play. A minimal amount of work, he added, would have to be done during the busy months of July and August. Given the city’s financial condition, the tribe’s salmon enhancement plan offers the best option for getting the golf course’s drainage issues resolved, Searcy said. During discussions with members of the Mens Club, Ladies Club and Enumclaw High golf program, poor drainage has been identified as the No. 1 problem plaguing the course.

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Tackle chores now, work less this summer The first week of April your lawn will need less The is your reminder not to water from you. Leave the be an April Fool. It is Compleat plugs to decompose back too cold and too early to into the soil. Home plant warm-season crops 2. Spread dolomite lime Gardener or calcium on top of the like tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers and beans. It lawn after you aerate. Marianne Binetti is the perfect time to seed Why? Lime helps to Columnist cool-season edibles like break up clay soil and potatoes, onions, lettuce improve aeration, plus it and chard. You can still makes the soil less acid so plant strawberries, blueberries, raspberry and moss won’t thrive. Wood ashes sprinkled on fruit trees. Mild weather is on the way, but we top of the lawn or garden beds will also help still have some frosty mornings ahead. sweeten the soil. Dig in to general garden clean up and 3. Pull last summer’s dead annuals from your landscape will be looking good just in your old pots and stir up the potting soil. time for Easter. Hop to it this week and mow, Why? Overwintering insects and disease mend, plant and weed. A few hours in the could be hiding in those dead plants plus garden this month will save you days of sweat their removal gives you room to add some and maintenance all summer long. fresh potting soil and mix it up with last Remember your New Year’s resolutions to year’s soil. Compacted potting soil requires lose weight, save money, eat healthy and get more water and fertilizer to support plant more exercise? Working in a garden does all growth. these and more. 4. Plop wet grass clippings or wet newspaper on top of blooming shot weeds until you get Ten Things to around to pulling or mulching on top of them. Do Now – for Less Why? Smothering any blooming weeds Work this Summer will stop them from making seeds and shoot1. Aerate the lawn. ing them all over the yard. Why? Aeration will help spring rains pen5. Hand-pull or cut back any large and noxetrate the soil so roots will grow deeper and ious weeds now. Crossword Answers

Why? Roots are growing fast as the soil warms. Pull thistle, dig dandelions, cut back horsetail and morning glory before they spread into a summer maintenance nightmare. 6. Layer a mulch of bark chips, gravel or other mulch on top of your beds now. Why? Fresh mulch levels out the ground and covers up fallen leaves, moss, lichen and winter debris. Not only does a mulch conserve moisture and block weeds but it makes the whole yard look neat and tidy. It’s lot like frosting a cake the way a mulch hides imperfections. 7. Bait for slugs or go on slug patrol. Why? Their eggs have hatched and this week all the slugs are going into a frenzy to mate and lay more eggs. Slug patrol now keeps the slimy rebellion under control. 8. Finish pruning, collecting debris and cleaning up from the winter storm damage. Why? This is the time to see what open and extra empty space you have for new plants. Spring is when local nurseries are well stocked with replacement plants. Plant now and let the spring rains keep the soil moist so the plants are established before summer. 9. Define your boundaries, get edgy with it. Why? When you edge the lawn or add a border of brick or timbers between your grass

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Mental illness doesn’t affect everyone, but it affects more people than any one person might realize. The National Alliance on Mental Illness estimated 219,000 adults in Washington state suffer from a serious mental illness, as well as 71,000 children. It’s a serious issue; some might say it’s no laughing matter. But Sara Benincasa would disagree. “Probably the most common criticism I receive is from people who don’t think I should be using humor to talk about this serious issue,” Benincasa said. Benincasa is a stand-up comedian and writer for publications Daniel Nash like Wonkette, Staff Writer, the Daily Show Indecision blog and Jezebel. She recently published “Agorafabulous!: Dispatches From My Bedroom,” a memoir about a decade of her struggles with agoraphobia and anxiety. The book spans the time periods from her first serious panic attack as a teenager to a mental breakdown in college that rendered her unable to leave her apartment and bed, to the subsequent years of recovery, speed bumps and personal growth. “I subscribe to the notion that if you can laugh at the (worst) moments in your life, you can transcend them,” she writes in the book’s foreword. “And if other people can laugh at your awful (moments) as well, then I guess you can officially call yourself a comedian.” “Agorafabulous” is Benincasa’s literary debut, but it carries a confidence and clarity of voice one might expect from an oft-published author. It’s sad, insightful and funny all at once, and yet the combination never feels contradictory. My personal favorite chapter of the book dealt with Benincasa’s brief employment as a personal assistant to the loose cannon owner of a new age retreat in rural Pennsylvania. The story takes place relatively early in

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Having read “Wally’s World” regarding the Mayan calendar (March 21) and the apocalypse that it is supposed to foretell, I found his alternate explanation for termination in this year due to work rage in an astronomer an interesting possibility. However, there is another possibility that I consider more likely. Since most of these types of programs have always been supported by governments or rulers, I suspect it was so in the Mayan culture, possibly tucked in under the umbrella of a larger department, such as Weights and Measurements or just the king’s library. Maybe what happened was they had financial ups and downs like other civilizations and found themselves with a prolonged recession, property values dropped, the budget couldn’t be balanced and departments had to be downsized. Chiseling a rock to predict the future 2000 years just wouldn’t seem to be high on the “must keep” list. So that gives us at least 2:1 odds that we will be here next year. Good enough for some people to take to Vegas and bet a bundle. What have you got to lose? There won’t be anyone to collect if you’re wrong. Bill Hougham Enumclaw

‘Sad turn of events’ prompts resignation Editor’s note: The following letter written March 20 was emailed to city officials and The Courier-Herald. It is with a mixture of regret and relief that I submit my resignation

from the Enumclaw Library Advisory Board effective immediately. When first appointed, I looked forward to working with both library and city staff to help ensure the (Enumclaw) library maintained its high standards as a core service to the community. Now at age 93, I am one year younger than the library and both the library and I have seen much over these years, but in all candor, I never expected such a sad turn of events with the policies of your administration and City Council. A key platform of your election campaign was to ensure a full and open democratic government. Your promise and the excellence of our library and staff gave me great confidence in keeping our library strong and able to maintain its specialized services to our unique community. Instead, our library advisory board and library director were purposefully excluded from all discussions with King County Library System (KCLS) personnel. Even after library board chairman Mr. Fred Fleischmann hand-delivered a letter to you Dec. 20, 2010, with a list of board questions and concerns on KCLS annexation (a list specifically requested by Mr. Thomas), neither you nor he ever responded back to the board. Your appointed library advisory board was never allowed to participate in any discussions on alternative funding options, never asked for our opinion, and when we did make comment, were told we should not disagree with city policy. You and the council have refused to honor the mandate in Section 3 of Resolution 1396 that alternative options other than annexation to KCLS would be investigated. In a documented meeting with my son-in-law April 4, 2011, both you and Mr. Thomas said city staff would help

the library director create a 10-year budget and set up a committee to carefully look at alternative funding options. You never followed through. You both also clearly said that same April day no matter what, the library would never be closed – it was too important to current and potential new members of the community. But now we hear from some council members (apparently with your implied silent consent), that the only alternative to KCLS annexation is library closure. Where is the common sense in this, and more importantly, the honor and integrity we expect of our elected representatives? The KCLS levy is a new tax. Do you and council really think your constituents are that blind to believe you are honoring your promise to not raise taxes when you are again outsourcing the parts that makes us a city? Just as you did with the fire department, you are allowing our citizens to be taxed by outside agencies for community resources that were formerly city responsibilities. Why not be honest and tell citizens the entire story; that you may need to raise city taxes in order to keep the parts that make a city “a city.” At least city-levied taxes for the library are guaranteed to stay in Enumclaw fully under our control and would be less than the 50 cents per 1,000 KCLS levy. It appears you are unwilling to speak the truth out of fears of near-term political backlash, but willing to denigrate a 94-year institution of this city and allow an outside agency to tax your citizens. Your administration’s exclusion of the library board and director from discussions on KCLS annexation is not what I ever expected, and you as mayor are ultimately responsible and

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LETTERS FROM 6 should be ashamed. Such exclusion and dismissal of your board by Mr. Thomas is clearly evident in how he, as de facto library director, scheduled library board meetings to meet his requirements, and then on March 13, 2012, showing no professional courtesy, failed to let anyone know he was not going to make the meeting. (This was due to more than a busy day when he simply forgot.) I no longer care to expend my efforts within the city’s corrupt atmosphere of closed-door politics. I was not then, and will not in the future, be intimidated from getting the true word out. As a young man, I fought for freedom in World War II and now I will exercise my freedom as a citizen of these United States of America. I will not be constrained by shortsighted petty politics and undemocratic behavior that are now leading to such a sad state of affairs in Enumclaw’s city government. I am very disappointed in you, Mayor Reynolds. Charles V. Sansone Enumclaw

winners, 10 episodes from a PBS mystery series and DVDs of movies from 1934 and 1943. We also became members of the Friends of the Black Diamond Library. Although our Friends group does not control the Black Diamond branch, we certainly influenced the KCLS board with regard to the new library building and staffing pattern in the Black Diamond branch. Our local Friends group does decide how the money we raise with book and plant sales is used to enrich the library’s education programs for young people. Living near Black Diamond our children attended Enumclaw’s schools. People in Enumclaw seemed proud of their schools and always supported the special school levies. The city appeared to be a nice, quiet community that took pride in itself. So a year ago when we decided to downsize, we happily chose to move

our home to Enumclaw. Of course, we still use the Black Diamond branch of the King County Library. Now I learn that the Enumclaw City Council has unanimously chosen to end having the city provide library services to the people in Enumclaw. This not only means the children and adults that have used the Enumclaw library will be without library services but that the King County Library System will no longer allow Enumclaw citizens like myself to continue to slip over to Black Diamond to use the King County Library System. If you believe as I do in libraries and education and informed citizens, the only real solution for us is to vote to join the King County Library System and gain access (right from your home computer) to the largest library system in the United States. Cory Olson Enumclaw

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More than 60 parents, along with students from grades three through 11 and Choice Program staff members were present at a recent meeting with Deputy Superintendent Janel Keating, Director of Human Resources Keith Banks, White River Alternative Program principal Elaine Elliott and Foothills Elementary principal Mark Cushman. All were there to hear news of what the future would bring for the Choice Program, a popular parent partnership program that has served families from

Choice Program will move to the Foothills Elementary campus beginning in the fall of 2012. This news sparked questions regarding the autonomy of the program, the individualized learning opportunities, parent involvement and the relaxed, family– oriented atmosphere that has made the program so popular. Parents also voiced concerns regarding staffing. Although individual teaching staff were not named, Ms. Keating assured the audience that the academic rigor would remain the same with hands-on science, math, history and English. The only significant change in

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the program will be the location. Foot hil ls Principa l Mark Cushman has visited with Choice students, sharing his enthusiasm for the program. The premise of the program, and others like it around the state, relies on a close partnership between parents and teaching staff. Students attend academic classes at least two days per week, with the remaining time spent at home with parents as the educational leader. The emphasis of t his pro-

gram is for students to develop academic sk ills at high levels, become i ndependent lea r ners and to have the opportunity to excel in areas of individual interest, with support from parents and teachers. This program offers a casual atmosphere where students are encouraged to work independently; however, there are many opportunities for students to experience group work in the core curriculum classes as well as social interactions in offerings such as ballroom dance, art, hands-on science and others. Choice has open enrollment


throughout the school year and is currently taking applications for 2012-13. For more information regarding the Choice Parent Partnership Program, contact Cynthia Osborn at 360-829-5810 or plan to attend one of our evening informational meetings on Tuesday, March 27, 2012, at 7 p.m., or Thursday, April 26, 2012, at 7 p.m. Meetings will be held in the Choice Lab on the White River Alternative Programs campus, 27515 120th St. E., Buckley. Elaine Elliott White River School District Alternative Program

BIRTHS St. Elizabeth Hospital A girl, Ashley Guddee born Feb. 1, 2012, to Sarah and Matt Guddee of Enumclaw. A girl, Vlada Simpson born March 23, 2012, to Lyudmila and Richard Simpson of Enumclaw. A girl, Maci Adelynn Howell, born March 24, 2012, to Ashley Riebe and Jack Howell of Carbonado. A girl, Josephine Joy Hanseroth, born March 28, 2012, to Tiffany and Phillip Hanseroth of Maple Valley. A girl, Jensen Fox, born March 28, 2012, to Samantha Neff and Joseph Fox of Enumclaw.

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One of the most important discussions parents can have with their children is a discussion about alcohol. Parents are often wary of such a discussion, fearing if they come on too strongly when discussing the dangers of alcohol that their children might be too curious about alcohol to avoid it. As difficult a discussion as it can be, parents must have an open dialogue with their kids about alcohol and the sooner the better. The Century Council, a not-for-profit organization devoted to fighting drunk driving and underage drinking, notes that 39 percent of eighth graders, 58 percent of tenth graders, and 72 percent of twelfth graders have reported trying alcohol at least once. To parents, such figures only highlight the importance of talking to kids about the dangers of alcohol, and why it’s best to avoid alcohol until it’s legal to drink it. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism offers the following tips to parents who are ready to discuss alcohol with their child. • Make it a conversation. Adults don’t like to be lectured to and neither do kids, especially teenagers. When discussing alcohol with a child, parents should make it a conversation and avoid lecturing.


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Enumclaw Day 2012 More than 65 Enumclaw-area residents, former residents and a few tagalong friends celebrated Enumclaw Day in Yuma, Ariz., Feb. 29. According to reports, the weather was beautiful, the food was good and the company unbeatable. Hosted annually by Earl and June Maxwell, this was the ninth such gathering. Notable this year was the 50th wedding anniversary celebration for two Enumclaw couples, Sandy and Larry Booth (pictured, at left), and Nancy and Ron Adams. The couple share the same wedding date, Feb. 24, 1962.

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Kids will be more comfortable during a conversation and are more likely to open up if they are comfortable. • Talk to kids about their views on alcohol. The aforementioned statistics indicate that kids, even those who have never tried alcohol, are likely aware of it. Ask kids what they know about alcohol and how they feel about drinking and why they think kids drink before they’re legally allowed to do so. • Share some facts about alcohol. Misinformation reigns with respect to alcohol and adults and children alike are often prone to

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the most accurate depiction of their time with the caretaker directly from them. • Get references. Never hire a caretaker or babysitter who does not come with references. And don’t take the references on the applicant’s word. Call each reference and ask any questions you might have. The references no doubt are aware they are being used, and should not have a problem answering your questions.

• Enumclaw painter Suzanne Popp’s paintings will be on display Thursday through May 2 at Gallery 2012 in Enumclaw City Hall. Popp works to create open-ended stories that encourage the observer to find their own conclusions. Painting with intense color and a unique style, her works describe the things she cares about. “I love vibrancy and tranquility, and try to catch the energy and solace of places and people dear to me,” Popp said. “I like to put down an idea and leave it with something still to tell.” Popp said she is uncovering the joy of painting due to the encouragement of local artists like Roseanne Compagna, Lori Twiggs, Nancy Cary and Ingrid Tonies, Chuck Hubbard and Janet Berthon and the instruction of Lori Maras, Helma Rayscher and Elaine Lynest.

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Gallery 2012 is council chambers at City Hall, 1339 Griffin Ave. Hours for the exhibition space are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. For information, call the Enumclaw Cultural Programs office at 360-8020239. Aside from her show at Gallery 2012, Popp’s studio will be included in the 2012 Enumclaw Artists’ Studio Tours from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 12. • Air Force Airman Preston R. Naylor graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills. Naylor is the son of Taleen Naylor of Buckley and a 2011 graduate of Bonney Lake High School.

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it’s “cool” to do so. Parents can dispel this popular myth by pointing out the falsehoods about alcohol promoted on television, in the movies and in advertisements. – Explain the long-term effects of drinking alcohol while young. Alcohol affects a young brain in different ways than it does an adult one. In an effort to explain to kids why they should wait until they are legally allowed to drink, explain that drinking while the brain is still maturing can lead to longlasting intellectual effects, which can impact how well kids are able to do in school and beyond. To learn more about talking to kids about alcohol, visit the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism at

After all, they are parents, too. • Ask applicants about their own families. Many babysitter applicants will likely be on the younger side, either in high school or in college. Ask any such applicants about their own families, specifically whether or not they have any younger siblings whom they were trusted to care for. As for older applicants, ask them if they have any

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believing certain myths. However, when discussing alcohol with kids, parents should share some facts to help dispel some of the more common misconceptions about alcohol, including: – Beer and wine is just as dangerous as hard liquor. – It takes hours for a single drink to leave a person’s system. Common “remedies” like a cold shower or a cup of coffee do not force alcohol out of the body. On average, it takes two to three hours for a single drink to exit a person’s system. – Alcoholism isn’t just for adults. Kids often feel alcoholism can only develop in adults. – Discuss false portrayals of alcohol consumption. Many kids start drinking alcohol because they feel

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WRHS successful at K-M By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

Chloe Young was the winning pitcher March 28 when Enumclaw High traveled to Bonney Lake and beat the Panthers 8-2. Photo by Kevin Hanson/To view or buy photos go to

EHS whips Panthers By John Leggett

Enumclaw High traveled to Bonney Lake’s diamond March 28 and obliterated a long-standing slump that existed against the Panthers, winning 8-2. Enumclaw improved to 3-0 in SPSL 3A play and currently shares the league lead with the Peninsula Seahawks. EHS coach Michael Eckhart said his team wins with talent, speed on the base paths, defensive teamwork and offensive consistency, all of which came shining

White River High’s Marcus Dickson continues to post eye-popping numbers. The latest effort for the Hornet track standout came Saturday at the KentMeridian Invitational, where Dickson cranked out an 800-meter time of 1 minute, 50.89 seconds. Not only did the Brigham Young University-bound runner shatter his own school record, but the time now stands as the best in the nation this season. According to statistics compiled by the website, Dickson also has the state’s second-best time in the 1,600 meters, 4:14.70; third-best time in the 400 meters, 49.97; and third-best time in the 3,200 meters, 9:23.20.

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through against the Panthers. Enumclaw amassed a dozen hits and managed to steal seven bases. The offense was spearheaded by Tammy Wilkening, who had four hits and pilfered two bases. Sarah Morrow went 2-for-4 at the dish and stole a tandem of bases, as did Jennifer Simpson. Enumclaw was slated to lock horns with the Auburn Mountainview Lions Friday, but that game was postponed due to rain and will be made up after spring break.

The White River High track and field crew might not have finished among the leaders during Saturday’s Kent-Meridian Invitational, but a handful of Hornets certainly made their presence known. “We had a lot of kids to pretty well,” coach Jerry Scheidt said. As a team, the White River boys placed 11th and the girls were 13th. Leading the way was Marcus Dickson, who ran a national-best 800 meter time of 1 minute, 50.89 seconds (see accompanying story). Also faring well for the Hornet boys were Devin Liebel, who finished third in the 300-meter hurdles, and the fifthplace 4x100 relay crew of Josh Miller, Nick Wells, Xavier Russell and Liebel. Scheidt also pointed out strong performances by Russell in the 100 meters and Wells in the long jump. Among the White River girls, Kelly Coyle cleared 9 feet, 6 inches to place third in the pole vault, Jade Crawford went 4-10 to finish third in the high jump and Micaela Kilcup was sixth in the shot put. Sprinter Cassidy France set a personal record in the 200 meters.

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EHS baseball team close, but still drops two Editor

The Enumclaw High baseball team showed both its youth and potential while dropping two South Puget Sound League 3A games. Enumclaw lost at Auburn Mountainview 4-2 Friday

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Hornet Sports Wednesday • Enumclaw baseball vs. Lakes, 7 p.m. • Enumclaw soccer at Bonney Lake, 7 p.m. • Enumclaw High fastpitch vs. Decatur, 7 p.m.

Thursday • Nothing scheduled.

Friday • Enumclaw baseball at Peninsula, 4 p.m. • White River vs Sumner, 4 p.m.

Saturday • Nothing scheduled.

Monday • Enumclaw soccer vs. Lakes, 7 p.m. • Enumclaw tennis vs. Peninsula, 3:30 p.m. • Enumclaw fastpitch vs. Bonney Lake, 4 p.m. • White River vs. Adna, 4 p.m. • White River soccer at Washington, 7 p.m.

and fell 2-1 in an extrainning game to Bonney Lake. Bryce Peterson started the game on the mound against the Lions and took the loss. The sophomore right-hander threw well showing good velocity, although he struggled at times with the strike zone. The Lions were sitting on balls and picking the pitches to swing. Peterson is a very strong sophomore who will be an anchor on the mound for the Hornets as this season progresses and in coming years. Shayne Sanborn, another sophomore, took the mound in relief in the fourth frame and threw well, according to coach Eric Fiedler.

Against Bonney Lake, Nelson was on the mound and held the Panthers scoreless for five innings, before a single run scored. Enumclaw tied the game at the top of the seventh, but lost in the bottom of the eighth. Nelson had two hits with

Cooper Wicks sends the ball flying during Enumclaw High’s Friday afternoon loss. Photo by Dennis Box/To view or buy photos go to “We have a very skilled team,” Fiedler said. “They have a lot of baseball experience, but not a lot of varsity experience.” Fiedler said the boys are still getting some of the finer points of varsity play down,

but the team is showing consistent improvement. Senior Kevin Nelson hit a home run in the second inning for Enumclaw and Colton McCluskey went 2-for-2 at the plate scoring one run.

WR soccer squad defeated twice Friday provided the White River High boys with an afternoon to forget, as the Hornets were buried 7-0 by Fife in South Puget

Sound League 2A play. The contest took place on the Trojans’ home turf. Friday’s verdict capped a two-loss week for the


lem either. “Zach Howard, Ryan Bird, Cole Johnson and Tanner Williams are all seeing and hitting the ball really well right now and everyone has done a great job of being patient with this miserable weather,” Williams said. “I think we are going to be alright.”

troops in somewhat of a holding pattern. Williams quickly added that pitching is less of a problem than some may have anticipated and keeping the offensive attack alive shouldn’t be a prob-

Hornets, who had dropped a 2-1, home-field tussle with Steilacoom March 27. The Hornets hit the scoreboard first when Johnny Tapia-Anaya scored early in the second half; the Sentinels soon answered with a game-tying tally and went on to win in overtime.


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a double. McCluskey had three hits with a double and an RBI. Enumclaw is tied for third in the South Puget Sound League 3A with Bonney Lake at 2-2. Visit www.courierherald. com for rescheduled games during spring break.


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Enumclaw resident Robert D. “Bob” Marrapodi, 72, died March 26, 2012. He was born March 12, 1940, in Seattle. He joined the Navy after graduating from Kent-Meridian High School. He was a self-employed log truck driver who loved his family and spending time with his children. He never missed a sporting event or a dance recital. He loved camping and fishing

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ARNOLD THOMASSON Arnold Paul Thomasson died March 27, 2012. He was born March 17, 1923, in Gardar, N.D., to Arni and Emma (Kruse) Thomasson. Due to his father’s death and mother’s illness, he and his brother were sent to an orphanage and, later, to the Jeff Home in Auburn, Wash. His high school principal eventually arranged for him to live and work at Smith Family Dairy. When World War II began, he and a friend enlisted in the Army. A majority of his time was spent in the South Pacific. He was a forward observer and earned the Arnold Thommason rank of sergeant. While on leave, he met his future bride, Darlene Minnie Klinkel. They were wed Jan. 31, 1947, and made their home in Enumclaw, next to her family home. Following the war, he took a job at Valley Supply Co-op delivering oil to heat homes. Later he and his wife founded

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Enumclaw resident Shirley Clark, 77, died March 26, 2012. She was born April 28, 1934, in Dryden, Wash., to John B. and Katie (Amend) Schorzman. She married Donald

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James “Jimmy” DeBord died from heart disease March 2, 2012, in Tacoma. He was born March 18, 1959, in Bremerton, Wash., and later lived in Auburn, Enumclaw, Bonney Lake and Tacoma before settling in Lake Bay, Wash. He was an upholsterer for many years. He loved the Seahawks and nice cars and enjoyed visiting casinos and cutting firewood. He is survived by sisters Linda Geyer of Tacoma, Barbara Soffner of Lake Bay and Tammy Hardy of Tumwater, Wash. He was preceded in death by his father Charles W. DeBord and mother Myrna J. DeBord. A celebration of life will take place at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 15, at Prairie Ridge Hall in Bonney Lake. This will be a potluck; RSVP to

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Valley Pump. He operated the business until 1986 when he sold it and retired. He enjoyed camping and was active in the Holiday Ramblers Club, was a member of the Kiwanis and Elks. He enjoyed playing pinochle and other card games. He and his wife owned a winter getaway in Mesa, Ariz., and traveled south each year. He is survived by sons Ron Thomasson and wife Marlene of Ocean Shores, Wash., and Tim Thomasson and wife Cathy of Enumclaw; daughters Patricia Stangland and husband Steve of Lake Tapps and Karen Olson and husband Larry of Enumclaw; 13 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife. In lieu of flowers, remembrances can be made in his name to Cascade Caregivers, 2885 Elmont Ave., Enumclaw, 98022. A service to celebrate his life will take place at 11 a.m. Friday, April 6, at Wabash Presbyterian Church, 18325 S.E. 384th St., in Auburn.



and sharing his love of those things with family. He also enjoyed golfing, playing cards, taking trips to the casino, telling old trucking stories and hanging out with friends. He is survived by his wife Nancy; sons Tony Marrapodi and wife Chrissy and Tim Marrapodi; daughter Katina Marrapodi; Robert Marrapodi brother Jack Herrick and wife Dian; and sisters Elaine Zittell, Jo Allen and husband Fred, Toni Sacone and husband Ron, and Linda Hedrick and husband Michael. He was preceded in death by parents Ann and Bill Herrick and Dominic Marrapodi. A celebration of his life will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 31, at The Shop at Tony Marrapodi’s home. Remembrances may be made in his name to Franciscan Hospice, P.O. Box 1502, Tacoma, 98401. Services are directed by Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home. All are invited to sign the online guest book at



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COLLEEN DAWSON Former Enumclaw resident Colleen Workman Dawson, 82, died March 26, 2012, in Seattle. She was born Oct. 5, 1929, in Scott County, Ariz., to M.G. and Elba Workman. She graduated in 1948 from Waldron High School and earned an associate’s degree in accounting from Green R i v e r Commu n i t y Col lege. Before Colleen Dawson retirement, she was employed as a bookkeeper. She enjoyed reading, crocheting and playing games with family and friends. She is survived by sons Michael Dawson and wife Jerry of Natchitoches, La., and David Dawson and wife Joan of Sammamish, Wash.; daughter Karen Fortier and husband Andrew of Seattle; sister Kathleen Workman McGaugh of Waldron, Ariz.; brother James M. Workman of Boise, Idaho; six grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren.

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She was preceded in death by husband Herbert Dawson. Graveside services took place March 31, at Evergreen Memorial Park in Enumclaw Services were by Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home. All are invited to sign the online guest book at www.

ALYCE OSEN Enumclaw resident Alyce Violet Osen, 85, died March 28, 2012. She was born in Enumclaw on June 4, 1926, to Alfred and Violet Osen. She was a registered nurse who had lived all around the world. She enjoyed horses, traveling and cooking, and was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church. She is survived by son Kevin Langston and wife Joanne of San Tan, Ariz.; sister Elois Fredrickson and husband Vance of Enumclaw; three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by husband Marion Langston and son Ken Langston. Services will take place at a later date. Memorials are suggested to Franciscan Hospice, P.O. Box 1502, Tacoma, 98401. Arrangements are by Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home. All are invited to

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Enumclaw resident Norbert Edward Schmidt, 84, died March 30, 2012. He was born Jan. 31, 1928, in Tripp, S.D., to Bertha and Otto Schmidt. He graduated from Yankton College where he lettered in track and basketball. He was recruited to travel with the Harlem Globetrotters on the opposing team called the “House of David.” He taught and coached high school in Menno, S.D., then studied in a graduate program at the University of South Dakota and the University of Missouri. He completed master’s degrees in math and physics. He was recruited by North American Aviation and spent the majority of his career in the aerospace industry. He married Jean Liptak in 1979 and inherited a 9-year old daughter, Lori. They lived in Los Angeles, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and then back to Los Angeles. After retiring from Rockwell International, he became vice president of an engineering company providing services to military installments. After again retiring and settling in Enumclaw in 1992 he took on a position as

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Lisa Amber Elliott Jensen, 36, died March 11, 2012. Born March 21, 1975 in Fargo, N.D., she moved with her family to Washington where t h e y settled in We n a tchee. She earned a Lisa Jensen bachelor of arts in psychology from Central Washington University, graduating with honors. She lived in the Ellensburg area for the last 13 years and was nearing the completion of her master’s degree from Montana State University. She will be remembered as an advocate for all, especially the disabled. She enjoyed gardening, bird watching, painting and traveling. She is survived by husband Jay Jensen; son Pearce Elliott; stepdaughter Olivia Jensen; sister of Claudia Elliott; and parents Ralph and Melody Elliott. A memorial is planned for 1 p.m. April 13 at First Lutheran Church in Ellensburg. Donations can be

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Clark on Feb. 17, 1951, in Burien, Wash. She loved her family and enjoyed gol f i n g , traveling, work ing in her f lower garden, Shirley Clark painting ceramics and watching UW football. She is survived by son Robert Clark and wife Teri of Enumclaw; daughters Debbie Coxon and husband Dan and Cathy Aden and husband Randy, all of Hoodsport, Wash.; and six grandchildren. She was preceded in death by husband Donald Clark in 1995 and son Donald “Butch” Clark in 1979. Services took place Saturday, March 31, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Burial was at Enumclaw Evergreen Memorial Park. Memorials are suggested to the Enumclaw Firefighters Association, 1330 Wells St., Enumclaw, 98022. Services were directed by Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home. All are invited to sign the online guest book

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Jim Miller Anthony Wilson

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an adjunct professor of mathematics at Green R i v e r Commun i t y Norbert Schmidt College. He was a member of Zion Lutheran Church in Auburn and was instrumental in starting Mount Rainier Lutheran High School in Tacoma. He is survived by daughter Lori Gosney of Enumclaw; sister Karan Brooks; brother William Schmidt; and two grandchildren. He was preceded in death by wife Jean Schmidt in 2002. A funeral service will begin at 11 a.m. April 7, at Zion Lutheran Church in Auburn. Burial will be at Evergreen Memorial Park in Enumclaw. Memorials in his name are suggested to Mount Rainier Lutheran High School, 7306 Waller Rd. E., Tacoma, 98443. Services are by Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home. All are invited to sign the online guest book at

FAYE CONDOTTA Faye Condotta died April 1, 2012. For service information, contact Weeks’ Funeral Home at 360-829-1171.

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Carbonado School District The Board of Directors will be holding a public hear ing on the 20112012 Budget extension for the pur pose of increasing the amount of the appropriation of the Tr a n s p o r t a t i o n F u n d . This hearing will take place at their regular board meeting on April 16, 2012. The meeting will be held at 6:30 P.M. i n t h e A d m i n i s t ra t i ve Conference room. Any person may appear at this meeting to be heard for or against the budget extension or any part there of. A copy of t h e ex t e n s i o n w i l l b e available at the District office. Patricia Ross Business Manager # 375465 3/28/12

o n e e r Way E t o 3 r d Street SE, continuing up 3rd Street SE onto Tubbs Road to the town l i m i t . I m p r o ve m e n t s consist of pavement repair, planing, drainage improvements, paving with hot mix asphalt, striping, and concrete sidewalk. Free-of-charge access to project bid documents (plans, specifications, addenda, and Bidders List) is provided to Prime Bidders, Subcontractors, and Vendors by going to w w w. b x w a . c o m a n d clicking on Posted Projects, Public Works, and Town of South Prairie. This online plan room provides Bidders with fully usable online documents with the ability to: download, view, print, order full/par tial plan sets from numerous reprographic sources, and a free online digitizer/take-off tool. It is recommended that Bidders “Register” in order to receive automatic e-mail notification of future addenda and to place themselves on the “SelfRegistered Bidders List”. Bidders that do not register will not be automatically notified of addenda and will need to periodically check the on-line plan room for addenda issued on this project. Bidders requiring assistance with access or registration should contact Builders Exchange of Washington at (425) 258-1303. All bids shall be accompanied by a bid deposit in the form of cashier’s check, cer tified check, postal money order, or a surety bond to the Town of South Prairie in the amount of five percent (5%) of the total amount of the bid. The Town of South Prairie reserves the right to determine and may waive any informalities or minor defects or reject any and all bids. The Engineers opinion of cost is between $100,000 and $250,000. Questions should be directed to WHPacific, Inc, Attention: Mike Horton, PE, at (360) 918-5345 or Marla Nevill Clerk/Treasurer # 377366 4/4/12, 4/11/12 City of Bonney Lake Advertisement for Bids Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the City of B o n n ey L a ke , 1 9 3 0 6 Bonney Lake Boulevard, P.O. Box 7380, Bonney Lake, Washington 98391, until 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, April 11, 2012, for the 97th Street East Sidewalk Improve-

ments project. The improvements for which bids will be received are described as follows: The Work consists of installing 1,100 linear feet of 8-inch PVC s a n i t a r y s ewe r m a i n ; 2,000 linear feet of 8inch ductile iron water main; 1,275 linear feet of 12-inch CPEP storm main; 2,400 linear feet of curb and gutter; 900 square yards of sidewalk; rubblizing 8,000 square yards of existing pavement, and paving 1,500 tons of HMA along 208th Avenue East and 97th Street East. Bid proposals will be received only by the City Clerk at the City of Bonney Lake, 19306 Bonney L a ke B o u l eva r d , P. O. Box 7380, Bonney Lake, Washington 98391, until 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, April 11, 2012, at which time they will be opened and read publicly. Clearly identify 97th Street East Sidewalk Improvements Project on all submitted bid packages. Proposals received after the time fixed for opening will not be considered. Contract documents including plan drawings, specifications, addenda, and plan holders list for this project will be availa bl e fo r v i ew i n g a n d downloading on-line through Builders Exchange of Washington, Inc. (BXWA) at To view the documents on BXWA’s website, select the following links: “ Po s t e d P r o j e c t s ” ; “Public Works”; “City of Bonney Lake”; “Projects Bidding”. Bidders are encouraged to “Register as a Bidder” in order to receive automatic e-mail notification of future addenda and be placed on the “Bidders List”. Contact the Builders Exchange of Washington at (425) 258-1303 should you require further assistance. For questions regarding this project, please contact the Project Manager King Cooper II at 8720 Main Street East, Bonney Lake, Washington 98391, (253) 447-4337. The City of Bonney Lake hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively ensure that in any contract entered into, pursuant to this advertisement, minority and women’s business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to the invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, national origin, or sex in consideration for an award. Each bid proposal shall be accompanied by a bid proposal deposit in cash, cer tified check, cashier’s check, postal money order, or surety bond in an amount equal to at least 5 percent of the amount of such bid proposal. Checks shall be made payable to the C i t y o f Bo n n ey L a ke. Should the successful bidder fail to enter into such contract and furnish satisfactory perform a n c e a n d p ay m e n t bond within the time stated in the specifications, the bid proposal deposit shall be forfeited to the City of Bonney Lake. The City of Bonney Lake reserves the right to accept a proposal of the lowest responsive and responsible bidder for Schedule A, B, and C combined, reject any or all bids, and to waive ir-

regularities in the bid or in the bidding. No bidder may withdraw his proposal after the hours set for the opening thereof, or before award of contract, unless said award is delayed for a period exceeding sixty (60) calendar days. # 375454 3/28/12, 4/4/12 City of Bonney Lake Notice of Public Hearing The City Council of the City of Bonney Lake will hold a public hearing on April 10, 2012 at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, to accept testimony regarding the surplus and disposal of City utility items and a utility vehicle (Resolution 2196). All members of the public may provide testimon y d u r i n g t h e p u bl i c hearing or they may submit wr itten comments prior to the public hearing. The City Council meets at Bonney Lake Justice Center located at 9002 Main Street East, Bonney Lake, WA 98391. Wr itten comments may be submitted prior to the hearing to the City Clerk at P.O. Box 7380, Bonney Lake, WA 98391. For citizens with disabilities who are requesting translators or adaptive equipment for communication purposes, the City requests notification as soon as possible as to the type of ser vice or equipment needed. # 377361 4/4/12 ENUMCLAW SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 216 2929 MCDOUGALL AVE. ENUMCLAW, WA 98022 CALL FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the Enumc l aw S c h o o l D i s t r i c t , 2 9 2 9 M c D o u g a l l Ave. Enumclaw, WA 98022, until Monday, April 30th, 2012 at 3:00 P.M. for: B I D N O. 1 0 0 DA I RY PRODUCTS 2012-2013 SCHOOL YEAR S e a l e d b i d s m ay b e mailed or delivered to the Business Office at the above address. The outside of the bid envelope must be labeled “BID NO. 100 DAIRY PRODUCTS 2012-2013 APRIL 30TH, 2012” All bids must be according to specifications which can be obtained at the above location, Website: or by calling (360) 802-7120. The Board of Directors reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to waive informalities. No bidder may withdraw a bid after the time set for the opening. # 377346 4/4/12, 4/18/12 SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY The Estate of BENJAMIN C. EGLET, Deceased. Case No. 12-4-01489-0KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) DONNA JORGENSEN and MICHAEL W. EGLET have been appointe d a s C o - E xe c u t o r s / Personal Representatives of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent that arose before the decedent’s death must, before the time the claim would be barred by any

o t h e r w i s e a p p l i c a bl e statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Personal Representative or the Personal Representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Personal Representative ser ved or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1) (c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of Filing Copy of Notice to Creditors: March 21, 2012. Date of First Publication: March 28, 2012. FA R R L AW G R O U P, PLLC By: M. Owen Gabrielson, WSBA #34214 P.O. Box 890 Enumclaw, WA 98022 Attorneys for Executrix/ Personal Representative /s/ Donna Jorgensen Executrix/Personal Representative /s/Michael E. Eglet Executor/ Personal Representative

City of Bonney Lake Notice of Ordinance Adoption Ordinance 1419 [D12-34] – An Ordinance Of The City Council Of The City Of Bonney L a ke, P i e r c e C o u n t y, Washington, Extending The Temporar y Traffic Impact Fee Rebate Program, Chapter 19.04.150 Of The Bonney Lake Municipal Code. (Adopted March 27, 2012 And Effective Five (5) Days From And After Its Passage, Approval, and Publication, As Required By Law.) Ordinance 1420 [D12-35] – An Ordinance Of The City Council Of The City Of Bonney L a ke, P i e r c e C o u n t y, Washington, Amending Chapter 19.08 Of The Bonney Lake Municipal Code And Ordinance No. 1334 Relating To S c h o o l I m p a c t Fe e s . (Adopted March 27, 2012 And Effective Five (5) Days From And After Its Passage, Approval, and Publication, As Required By Law.) # 377359 4/4/12 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Emery-3rd-Tubbs Overlay Project Town of South Prairie Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the Clerk/Treasurer at Town of South Prairie, 121 NW Washington Street – PO Box 870, South Prairie, WA 98385 until 10:00 a.m. per the Town’s official clock located in the lobby of Town Hall; on April 19, 2012 at which time bids will be opened. Bids received later than 10:00 a.m. shall not be considered. This contract provides for the construction of: a hot mix asphalt overlay on Emery Ave S from Pi-

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STUNNING VIEW OF Mercer Island, Seattle, Bellevue, Olympic Mountains & Mt Rainier! Plot for sale in the premier Sunset Hills Memorial Park Cemetery. Gorgeous serene setting has beautifully maintained grounds. Cordial and friendly staff to help with all your needs. Lotcated in Lincoln Memorial Garden, Lot 45, Space 12. This section is filled, pre-plan now! Retails $22,000 will sell for only $10,000. Please call Steve 206-235-8374

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2 MONUMENT PLOTS in the gorgeous Gethsemane Cemetery. Side by side, close in, near entrance, not far from sidewalk. Easy walk for visiting. All paid and included is the Grounds Care; 2 Lawn Crypt boxes (to enclose your caskets), plus the opening & closing costs. Friendly h e l p f u l s t a f f. Va l u e d $ 8 , 3 6 5 . S e l l fo r o n l y $7,500. Call 253-2725005. Extra auto parts bring in extra cash when you place an ad in the Classifieds. Open 24 hours a day

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Wilkeson Eagles hosting egg hunt at school

Special Occasions The bride-to-be is employed by Safeway and

Robert and Tracy Rodway of Enumclaw announce the engagement of their daughter Samantha Rodway to Aaron Mayer, the son of Marguerite and Jeff Baines of Enumclaw and Mike and Angie Mayer of Black Diamond. The couple recently became engaged while vacationing in Hawaii.

the groom-elect is employed by Fugate Ford, both in Enumclaw. They plan to marry in spring 2013 in Hawaii and will reside in Enumclaw.

come to take part. There will be prizes for all who participate in several age categories. The Easter Bunny will be on hand to greet children and be available for photos. For more information, call Eagles trustee Bill Summers at 360-829-0917.

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Eagles Aerie 1409 will host its annual community Easter egg hunt Saturday. The event will begin at 12:30 p.m. on the grounds of Wilkeson Elementary School, 640 Railroad Ave. All children, from birth to age 16, who live in the greater Wilkeson, Carbonado, Burnett and South Prairie areas are wel-

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April 04, 2012 edition of the Enumclaw Courier-Herald

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