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Playground redesign to provide unique sensory experience for kids with, without disabilities BY JOSH SUMAN Bellevue Reporter

For the past 15 years, Robert Rose has dedicated his life to disabled children in the mountain nation of Nepal. Soon, his impact will be felt much closer to home. Rose and the Rotary Club of Bellevue have partnered with the city of Bellevue to overhaul the playground at the Downtown Park, creating a sensory experience for children with and without developmental and physical disabilities. Coloradobased Design Concepts, a landscape architecture firm that specializes in “destination parks,” is set to handle the construction, which comes with an estimated $1.5 to $2.5 million price tag. “My experience in Nepal has taught me when you get people with and without disabilities together, that is where the shift in perception really occurs,” Rose said. “I wanted to do something that would engage and encourage our local community to have that interaction.”

Tactile sculptures encourage active touching and climbing, an interactive music plaza allows a chance to create and respond to sound and a hands-on water feature encourages exploration with different textures, a critical aspect for children with autism. COURTESY DRAWING, Design Concepts Community and Landscape Architects Rose said the idea came to him on a bike ride to Woodinville, when he happened across a city park that listed the local Rotary Club as a sponsor. After

speaking with the board of directors at his own club, Rose met with city of Bellevue Parks Department officials to decide on a redesign that would offer

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It will be a blast in Bellevue on the Fourth

The Symetra Bellevue Family 4th celebration returns to the Eastside next week, with a jam-packed lineup of activities for the whole family. Co-produced by the Bellevue Downtown Association and the city Where to of Bellevue, this year’s find fun celebration will kick off on the Fourth at 2 p.m., Wednesday, July 4, at Bellevue’s Page 9 Downtown Park. Unique to this year is the debut of the Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra, which will perform prior to and during the fireworks display. Also of note is the Community Spotlight Pavilion, which will give attendees the opportunity to connect with local nonprofits. Organizations at this year’s celebration include the Bellevue Boys and Girls Club, the Bellevue YMCA, the Imagine Children’s Museum and Sophia Way. Complimentary event parking is offered after 6 p.m. at the Bellevue Collection (Bellevue Square, Lincoln Square and Bellevue Place). Free parking also is available in the visitors’ lot at Bellevue City Hall (450 110th Ave. NE).

Bellevue narrows options on cutting light rail costs The Bellevue City Council has narrowed the options on how to cut the cost of the East Link light rail line to a handful of ideas for further study. The plan, and a list of principles that will guide the next round of work on cost saving ideas, is now in the hands of Sound Transit. The council approved the plan 6-1 on Monday, with Councilmember Don David-

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son voting against it. The city’s ideas are not a decision to incorporate the ideas into the East Link project. Sound Transit’s Board of Directors considered the ideas at its meeting Thursday, after the Reporter’s deadline. The council wants further study of cost savings ideas at three locations: Bellevue Way Southeast/Winters House:

Replace a below ground light rail line with a street-level line. One option that will be studied further is to shift Bellevue Way and the light rail tracks to the west and consider adding a high-occupancy-vehicle lane (HOV); another option is to relocate the historic Winters House to the east, and leave the rail line on the east side of the street.

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Bellevue students getting out-of-this-world experience Summer program at Museum of Flight offers students chance to study curriculum designed by NASA BY MARY JEAN SPADAFORA Bellevue Reporter

Danielle Niemann has always been fascinated with space. She marvels at the differences between Earth and other planets. She analyzes the challenges – anticipated and unthought of – that astronauts face when traveling to space. And she has a passion for the technology that makes it all happen. So when she got the opportunity to combine all her out-of-this-world dreams in one summer program, she seized it, even if it meant studying NASA-designed, online curriculum. “Adding on more stuff was really hard and added up to late nights,” Danielle said, who also is a student in the international baccalaureate program at Interlake High School. Over the course of five months, she studied eight lessons with required reading, quizzes, math problems and essays. In addition, she did research and a final project. All her hard work paid off. Danielle was selected as one of 12 Bellevue School District students to participate in the 2012 Washington Aerospace Scholars program. The Bellevue students will participate in one of four, week-long educational events to promote careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics at the Boeing Museum of Flight in June and July. Of the more than 290 students who submitted a application for the program in November, about 160 qualified to begin phase one, which required students to study NASA curriculum for five months. Students were notified in May, based on their academic performance in phase one, whether they were accepted to participate in the interactive phase two. During the summer residency programs, students will

Steven Lusby, a student at Newport High School, is one of 12 Bellevue School District students to participate in the 2012 Washington Aerospace Scholars program. The program is a week-long educational event to promote careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics at the Boeing Museum of Flight in June and July. MARY JEAN SPADAFORA, Bellevue Reporter

gain a familiarity with mission management, budgets, legal aspects of space exploration and medicine. Students will also watch presentations from experts in the sciences and technology, including Dr. Bonnie J. Dunbar, a member of the National Academy of Engineering and a former astronaut. Hands-on engineering challenges, such as planning a mission to Mars, also will be completed in the 6-day stint. “Mars gets them hooked,” said Melissa Edwards, director of WAS. “Traveling to another planet is inspiring for any student and makes them think about what the future holds. The reality for this generation is that they very likely could be involved in a Mars expedition.”

Founded in 2006, Washington Aerospace Scholars Foundation has provided more than 1,400 high school juniors with an opportunity to learn from leading figures in science and technology fields. Funding for the program comes from The Boeing Company, Microsoft, The Washington Space Grant Consortium and other large – and individual – donors. And the program is proving to be successful. WAS reports more than 70 percent of the 2007 scholar program graduates – the first group to participate in the program – pursued college degrees in science, technology, engineering or math. In addition more than 50 percent of scholars who graduated college are now engineers. “It proves we’ve inspired students and given them the skills and knowledge needed to go into college,” Edwards said. “We’ve given them the confidence they can do it.” Danielle, who is participating in the June 24-29 session, will apply for college this fall and hopes WAS will give her a clearer idea of what scientists, engineers and aeronautical professionals are working on today, for the future. “I really like science so I want to see about how it relates to space and the real life applications,” she said. “Hopefully, [WAS] will give me a more clear idea on what they’re doing here.” Other Bellevue students in the program are: Grant Hilfinger, Bellevue High School; Sarah Brown, Interlake High School; Isaku Kamada, Interlake High School; Tyler Okamoto, Interlake High School; Kayla Miller, Interlake High School; Erik Dekker, Newport High School; Steven Lusby, Newport High School; Andrew Nguyen, Newport High School; Avinash Ram, Newport High School; Emily Zhang, Newport High School; and Lauren Brening, Sammamish High School. WAS will accept applications for students and teachers for the 2012-13 program cycle in September. To learn more or download the application, visit www.museumofflight. org/was. Mary Jean Spadafora: 425-453-4270, ext. 28-5058; mspadafora@bellevuereporter.com

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Bellevue squatter convicted A Bellevue woman who squatted in a $3 million Kirkland home was found guilty of first-degree trespassing June 21 in Kirkland Municipal Court. A Kirkland jury convicted Jill Lane, 32, of taking up residence in a lakefront home that was owned by a Kirkland bank in Kirkland’s Market neighborhood. She took up residence in the home in June 2010. A Kirkland police investigation deJill Lane termined that Lane had no authority or permission to be living in the residence.

City welcomes annexed residents The Bellevue City Council welcomed Bellevue’s newest residents at a reception before its June 18 meeting, then issued a proclamation during the meeting honoring the people from Eastgate, Tamara Hills and Horizon View who led petition drives for annexation in their neighborhoods. On June 1, those three unincorporated communities officially became part of Bellevue, after a majority of property owners in each signed petitions calling for annexation. Leaders from the three South Bellevue neighborhoods shared coffee and cake with staff and the council in a brief celebration at City Hall, outside council chambers. A community celebration will be July 26 at the South Bellevue Community Center. The event will include free classes and kids’ activities, refreshments, prizes, entertainment and information about city services.

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Festival volunteers sought The Eastside Nihon Matsuri Association, a nonprofit dedicated to preserving and sharing the arts and crafts of Japan, is seeking volunteers for its annual Japanese cultural Festival at Bellevue College. Taking place Sept. 8-9, the Aki Matsuri Festival is a two-day program of Japanese cultural, educational, and events for all age groups. The event attracts approximately 20,000 visitors to the college each year. For more information, and to register as a volunteer, go to www.enma.org.

Bellevue man guilty of murder Philip Howard Zimmerman, 46, from Bellevue, has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the beating death of his girlfriend, Susan Brockert, 44, also of Bellevue. Zimmerman also plead guilty to kidnaping and criminal property damage. The couple were vacationing in Hawaii when she was killed last year, according to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. A housekeeper testified at Zimmerman’s preliminary hearing that he saw Zimmerman hit Brockert with a large piece of granite from the room’s coffee table. Prosecutors say Zimmerman agreed to plead guilty in return for prosecutors not seeking an enhanced sentence of life without the possibility of parole. He still could face life with parole, the newspaper reported.

The one- to two-week trial is scheduled to be heard in federal court beginning Feb. 4, 2013.

156th Ave. to close this weekend An attentive crowd listens to music at Bellevue’s Strawberry Festival on June 24. The event, put on by the Eastside Heritage Center, filled Bellevue’s Crossroads Park to enjoy music, games for kids, historical displays and a wide assortment of food and vendor booths. The two-day event saw heavy rain on Saturday, but the sun came out Sunday, along with the people. CRAIG GROSHART, Bellevue Reporter

Former police chief in line for job Former Medina Police Chief Jeffrey Chen is in line to become chief of the Lebanon, Ore., police department. Chen, the number two choice behind Mark Daniel, a captain in the Sherwood Police Department, has been offered the job after Daniel notified Lebanon City Manager John Hitt that he had doubts the job would be a good fit for him. Chen was fired in April 2011 after nearly four months of investigation into his conduct. Investigations concluded that Chen improperly accessed the city’s email system, destroyed public records, and voided tickets for friends. He was accused of not cooperating with the city’s investigation, as well. Chen said he was fired for blowing the whistle on City Manager Donna Hanson. He told council members that she was attempting to sneak salary raises into the 2010 budget. Chen filed a federal suit against Medina last December, claiming wrongful termination and racial discrimination.

The East Bellevue arterial 156th Avenue Northeast will be closed between Bel-Red Road and Northeast 28th Street this weekend, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m., June 30 and 31, for repaving. Construction crews will grind and repave the roadway. There will be a detour on 152nd Avenue Northeast for those needing to access the Microsoft campus.

Correction Information furnished the Bellevue Reporter was incorrect regarding a site that will serve free lunch and breakfast to children in need. Youth Eastside Services will not be a location for the service. Two sites will serve meals: Lake Hills Elementary School, located at 14310 SE 12th St., will serve breakfast from 7 to 8 a.m. and lunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m, July 9 through Aug. 10. For more information, contact Yoshi Uchino at 425-456-5315. Stevenson Elementary School, located at 14220 NE 8th St., will serve breakfast from 8:30 to 9 a.m. and lunch from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. June 25 through Aug. 24. There will be no meal service on Wednesday, July 4. For more information, call 425-456-6046.

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n a few short days, it will be the Fourth of July. It’s a wonderful day to celebrate. Unfortunately, for some it will be a disaster – all because of fireworks. Most cities in King County ban the sale and use of fireworks – and for good reason. Errant rockets set roofs on fire. Exploding anything scares pets into hysterics. Worst, though, it the personal and permanent damage that can be done when something explodes in your hand or near your face. And, yes, that happens. When it does, the consequences are horrific. Fingers are blown off. Eyesight is lost. Lives are changed forever. It’s not that we all can’t enjoy fireworks. It’s remarkably easy. Many cities around here or nearby will have professional fireworks displays on the Fourth that are far better than anything an individual can afford. They’re safe – and spectacular. There’s no reason for individuals to buy or use fireworks. Even those touted as “safe and sane” can be dangerous since anything that burns is dangerous. We urge our readers to truly enjoy the Fourth of July. Have a party. Invite friends. Crank up the barbecue. And then sit back and let the professionals put on the fireworks show. Trust us – you’ll enjoy the night far better than spending it in a hospital emergency room, watching doctors try and patch up the damage done from having a little personal fireworks fun. Being there will be anything but “fun.”

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e’re here to report that the sun did rise this morning and the world didn’t end. And yet, Walmart opened a store in Bellevue. Not to be facetious, but a small number of strident voices would have us believe that somehow Walmart and Bellevue are incompatible. Nonsense. Walmart, like other major retailers, provides good products at good prices in good locations. It also provides good jobs. Cities need all of these to be economically successful. We love The Bellevue Collection and The Shops at the Bravern. But they aren’t the best fit for every demographic in Bellevue. Not only does the Walmart Neighborhood Market provide a service, but also its presence has enabled the Kelsey Creek Shopping Center to come alive with numerous small businesses. We think this will be a winning combination for everyone.

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’ve been over the moon excited to see the new Disney/Pixar movie, “Brave,” since I saw the teaser trailer months ago, for two reasons: 1. I love Disney movies. A true product of the Disney revolution, I grew up watching animated movies, pretty much, from day one. And while I still consider “The Lion King,” to be one of my favorite movies (and soundtracks) to date, I have since Keegan Prosser fallen in love with everything Disney/ Pixar touches. Did you see “Toy Story 3?” Tears, I tell ya. Tears. 2. I love Gingers. Being a frecklefaced hustler myself, I’ve long been a fan of the fiery, headstrong mermaid that rebelled against tradition and followed her heart. And while I feel like

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Obama on hot seat I see the “most transparent administration in history” has hit a roadblock. While it’s true the administration has been transparent in some areas that’s not necessarily a good thing. The White House has been like a sieve when it comes to top secret security data. For instance, there’s the Bin

REPORTER’S NOTEBOOK I’m cheating on my main girl Ariel just a bit, I wholeheartedly support another, even more aesthetically accurate, ginger princess. The fact that the resemblance between myself and Princess Merida of “Brave” is uncanny (my aunt has been calling me Merida for weeks) is just a plus. Last Sunday, I had the chance to see “my movie” in theaters. And while I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of the flick – about a rambunctious Scottish Princess who seeks to change her fate, no matter the cost - I continue to be perturbed about the stereotypes this ginger heroine supports. I get it. We’re sassy. A tad opinionated. Maybe a bit loud. But between Disney/Pixar’s portrayal of ginger characters (also see: Laden raid data, the Iran flame virus, and the drone program. These and more have been leaked so the president can “spike the football” and take the credit – Obama’s feigned outrage notwithstanding. Now we have the “fast and furious” imbroglio. For 18 months, Eric Holder and the DOJ have been bobbing and weaving trying to avoid their culpability in the whole matter. With a contempt citation for Holder, President Obama has jumped into the fray.

“Finding Nemo,” “Toy Story 2,” “The Incredibles,”) – and the assertion that gingers don’t have souls (thanks, “South Park”) – society is giving me, and my fellow carrot tops, MAD ginger problems. Don’t get me wrong. “Brave,” is a great movie. In true Disney/Pixar fashion, it’s equal parts heartfelt and hilarious (the latter being the result of casting Craig Ferguson and Robbie Coltrane as Lords MacIntosh and Dingwall, respectively). And Merida is a lead to be proud off. She’s fiery and fun, adventurous and loyal – if not a bit impulsive. I’m proud to say I possess these qualities as well. But is it because I have red hair? I’m not sure I’m convinced.

Keegan Prosser is a staff writer with the Bellevue Reporter. She can be contacted at 425-453-4602 or kprosser@bellevuereporter.com If he thought to shield his embattled Attorney General by asserting Executive Privilege he has badly miscalculated. It’s like throwing chum to starving fish because now it puts the whole issue at the office of the president. Obama may soon hear the Watergate mantra, “What do you know and when did you know it?” That hot seat just got a lot hotter. Not smart or fun this close to the election.

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Health fair to focus on diabetes

Among the graduates at Bellevue College, 66 of them received four-year degrees, a number that is expected to increase in the future as the college adds more bachelor’s degree programs. COURTESY PHOTO

Bellevue College graduates 2,600 Bellevue College awarded nearly 2,600 bachelor’s and associate degrees, certificates and diplomas June 15 at the school’s 45th annual commencement ceremony. Graduates from the Bellevue area numbered 578. This marks the fourth year in which BC has conferred bachelor’s degrees, in Radiation and Imaging Sciences, and the second class for Interior Design grads. In all, 66 students received four-year degrees this year. That number is expected to increase in coming years as the college adds bachelor’s degree programs, including one in Healthcare Technology and Management that is now enrolling students for

classes that will begin this fall. More than two-thirds of this year’s class is made up of graduates who are receiving associate degrees designed to prepare them to continue their education at four-year colleges and universities. In recent years, BC has transferred more students to these institutions than any other community college in the state. Other graduates have earned associate degrees or certificates from programs designed to help them enter the workforce immediately in areas such as health science, business, early childhood education and information technology, among others. The graduating class includes students as young as 15 and as old as 71. The average age is 27, indicating a large number of older students in addition to the “traditional” student who goes to college shortly after high school.

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n Friday, July 13, we will be publishing information about dining, cocktails and happy hours around town. It’s perfect timing with the opening of the city of Bellevue’s downtown Sculpture Walk. Find out where you can dine outdoors, specialties of the house and happy hour. Read the July 13 issue of the Bellevue Reporter. Deadline to advertise is Tuesday, July 10.

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A health fair series to support disease state awareness and health and wellness of the Japanese American, Japanese and Asian Pacific Islander (API) communities will be held in Bellevue on July 7. The effort is the result of a new partnership of Nikkei Concerns and the Seattle Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL). The inaugural event, “Living Well with Diabetes,” will be held in conjunction with the league’s national convention from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue. Nikkei Concerns is the second largest Japanese American heath care organization in the country providing primarily elder

health services and is expanding its scope of programming to include health and wellness education and services for all ages throughout the Puget Sound area. JACL is the oldest API civil and human rights organization in the country and has made health care issues a top priority. Japanese Americans and Asian Pacific Islanders are being impacted by diabetes at a prevalence rate higher than other racial/ ethnic groups, the two groups say. The “Living Well with Diabetes” health fair is co-sponsored by the American Diabetes Association. The July 7 event is free and open to the public. More information is available by contacting Elaine Akagi, 206-772-7192.

Bellevue teams place in top 10 Two teams from Bellevue placed in the top 10 for their respective challenges at the Destination ImagiNation Global Finals competition, which was held May 22-26 in Knoxville, Tenn. At the secondary level, the team known as Da Improvs earned a second-place trophy in the scientific challenge, “The Solar Stage.” Team members are Diane Halcoussis of Eastside Prep, Kyle Marshall of University Prep, Nate Olson of Overlake High School, Akshay Srivatsan of Lakeside High School, and Hannah Ziuzin of Newport High School. They presented a solution that featured a solar powered Stirling engine

and a Film Noir style drama. From Medina Elementary, “Dudes With Awesome Shades” took 6th place in their division of the fine arts challenge “Coming Attractions.” Highlights of their solution included an original composition for the soundtrack of their movie trailer and a team-created snowman costume. A total of 1,276 teams from 45 states, seven Canadian provinces and 13 countries made Destination Imagination Global Finals the largest celebration and competition of creativity and problem-solving skills of its kind.


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New group helps find solutions for Bellevue schools BY NAT LEVY Bellevue Reporter

It began with a simple meeting. Bill Henningsgaard was attending a January 2011 Bellevue Schools Foundation gathering in Lake Hills with the intention of donating. What Henningsgaard learned jolted him into action. Even in Bellevue, one of the best school districts in the nation, the achievement gap was growing. So, too, was the number of children on free and reduced lunch, a key indicator of poverty among students. The school district features many programs to battle these problems, as do countless service organizations throughout the area. But, Henningsgaard noted, services were being duplicated, and organizations were not working together as much as they could. This paved the way for Eastside Pathways. The organization, more than a year in the making, gives the city’s groups and agencies a forum and method to battle these problems. It is designed to help kids succeed from “cradle to career,” he said. “The role we want to play is to help pull the efforts of the organizations in that space together so they can be more impactful than they were on their own,” Henningsgaard said. Henningsgaard was a little worried about getting organi-

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A 10-year-old boy is in serious condition at Harborview Medical Center after being pulled from a swimming pool at an apartment complex located in the 900 block of Northup Way on June 22. The boy was rescued from the pool after an alert neighbor saw the boy floating unresponsive in the pool and took immediate action. Children at the Strawberry Festival on June 23 find activities to do at The call came in around 6:45 p.m. The boy had been the Eastside Pathways booth. COURTESY PHOTO playing in the apartment complex pool with other kids. When they got out, he did not. A neighbor watching over the kids noticed the boy was not moving and immediately jumped into the pool to check on him. The boy was not breathing when he was pulled from the www.eastsidepathways.org/ pool. The alert neighbor began CPR and supplied life saving air to the boy until Bellevue Fire Department personnel zations on board, but it turned out groups were more than arrived on scene. The boy appeared to have been without willing to step up. Eastside Pathways does not tell groups oxygen for only a very short period of time. how to solve problems, but through data collection helps There is no lifeguard that normally works at this pool shed light on the trends in the Bellevue School District. and the pool has posted signs stating no lifeguard is on The organization has already built a long list of partners, duty. The boy’s mother was also in the pool area at the time including regional organizations such as United Way of of the incident. King County and the YMCA, to local groups such as the The boy was transported to Children’s Hospital by city of Bellevue. Bellevue Fire Department medics. They then diverted to Bellevue City Councilmember John Stokes was one of the core members of the organization. Having served many Harborview Medical Center after the boy continued to a business loan?have problems breathing. years with the Bellevue SchoolsNeed Foundation, Stokes counts can help you. Consult with us. fixing the achievement gap as aWe primary focus. With the warmer weather and school ending, BelleStokes said the group is important because it puts emvue Police and Fire ask that parents keep a close eye on phasis on all schools within the district. Some can more children around pools, lakes and streams. They also advise We can helpdonations, you. Consult easily solve problems through while with othersus. don’t people to take basic CPR classes, noting the boy benefited have the pool of potential donors. from an adult who was closely watching the kids at the “There’s just a big difference in the amount of support pool and had basic CPR training and did the right thing at some communities can give,” Stokes said. the right time.

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Walmart opens Neighborhood Market Walmart opened its first Walmart Neighborhood Market in Washington today in Bellevue. The store, at 15063 Main St., replaces a former K-mart location in the Kelsey Creek Shopping Center. It will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. At about one-quarter the size of a traditional supercenter, the new store is the third of its kind to open on the West Coast. The 64,000 square-foot store consists of about 40,000 square feet of groceries with the remainder for general merchandise such as health and beauty aids, baby products, hardware and stationary. It also carries electronics such as iPods and iPads, XBOX and Nintendo Wii. The grocery portion has a a self-serve deli, a wide variety of locally-grown fruits and vegetables, as well as meats, cheeses and prepared foods. Hispanic, Asian, organic and gluten free foods are also available. Local wines and microbrews are also part of the mix. The store offers Site-to-Store services, a regular feature at other Walmart stores, but not typical for a Walmart Neighborhood Market. Site-to-Store is a service that allows customers to ship online orders from www.walmart.com free to any Walmart store for pickup. Customers were making use of the service at the store, even before it opened, including Jennifer Spall, director of public affairs for the company, who ordered a barbecue delivered to the store. In celebration of Walmart’s 50th Anniversary, the company’s Washington State Giving Council selected Meals on Wheels’ Senior Services program to receive a $50,000 grant to help provide meals to seniors and adults with disabilities through King County. Additional funds will be available throughout the year for local organizations that serve the community. Interested

Erin Scannell a financial advisor with Ameriprise Financial, was recently named to the 2012 Chairman’s Advisory Council. He once again qualified for the award based on performance and client service. Scannell works in the Bellevue office at 11400 SE Eighth St.

Clark Nuber hires 5 Walmart store Manager Jeremy Winn stands by a display of iPods and iPads, part of the mixture of general merchandise and groceries that are part of the Walmart Neighborhood Market in Bellevue’s Kelsey Creek Shopping Center. CRAIG GROSHART, Bellevue Reporter

groups can visit walmartstores.com/communitygiving for more information. The new store creates approximately 110 part- and full-time jobs. The average wage at Walmart for full-time hourly associates in Washington is approximately $12.93 per hour. Store Manager Jeremy Winn began his Walmart career at the age of 19 as a temporary associate at a store in Springfield, Ore., in 2001. Nearly 75 percent of Walmart store management teams began their careers as hourly associates.

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Work in under way on a new Walgreens store in Bellevue. The 14,419 square-foot facility will be part of the shopping complex at 156th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 24th Street that is owned by Walgreens, which purchased the property several years ago and plans to remodel the shopping center. An O’Reilly’s auto parts store, on the west side of the center, is expected to close when its lease expires in the next year or two. Remodeling would then continue on that portion of the center. The Walgreens store itself is expected to open late this year or early next year. CRAIG GROSHART, Bellevue Reporter

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CKC adds 3 Cary Kopczynski & Company (CKC) has hired three new employees: Joel Kipple, PE, as design engineer, Jacob Lanquin as CAD designer/drafter, and Aiko Hollinger as administrative assistant. Kipple has more than six years professional engineering experience. Lanquin has 12 years of experience in AutoCAD drafting. Hollinger has four years of experience and is a graduate of Gonzaga University. CKC is a Bellevue-based structural engineering firm.

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play-toys, games and interactive features unlike anything currently within the parks system. Tactile sculptures encourage active touching and climbing, an interactive music plaza allows a chance to create and respond to sound and a hands-on water feature encourages exploration with different textures, a critical aspect for children with autism. “We try to address all the senses,” Design Concepts Principal Carol Henry said. “We want to make all the areas of the playground really engaging so that regardless of ability level, there is something everyone can do that is a step above.” Improvements to the Downtown Park playground, which was last renovated in 2003, were already on the docket for the Parks Department before Rose approached them with the proposal.

The Bellevue Rotary will hold fundraising events, including its annual benefit auction (May 11 at Meydenbauer Center), and also will seek government grants, corporate donors and other private funding, while the city will kick in $350,000 to $450,000 to cover soft costs such as permits and design fees. Park and Planning Development Manager Glenn Kost said the group plans to present a formal memorandum of understanding, complete with a more firm cost estimate and timeline, to the Bellevue City Council during the fall and hopes to have the project complete in around three years. Rose eagerly awaits the day when the work is finished and youngsters of all ages and ability levels are able to interact. “Knowing that we pulled together all these supporters from the community, it is going to be a great day,” he said. Josh Suman: 425-453-5045; jsuman@bellevuereporter.com

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Issaquah Down Home Fourth of July: 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Includes a Kids, Pets ‘n Pride Parade along Front Street followed by an afternoon of fun free activities at Veteran’s Memorial Park.

Kirkland Family activities, face painting, both a children’s parade and a larger parade and a fireworks show. Fireworks are viewable from most of the waterfront parks in Kirkland and Heritage Park. 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. with fireworks at 10:15 p.m. Marina Park, 25 Lake Ave. West.

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follows them. Consider the would-be burglar/ fashionista who recently tried — unsuccessfully — to break into a Seattle friend’s house. My friend came home to find a small window broken in her back door. Ann Oxrieder When the police arrived, they searched the surrounding area, including her deck. They spotted one wedge sandal with a four-inch heel suspended from a tree overlooking the deck and the other lodged in a bush below.  Apparently the burglar had climbed the tree so she could jump to the deck and look

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for an open entry or a window to break. Can you believe that? Dressing in shoes other than flats for a burglary? The Internet has one jillion image consultants, personal shoppers, fashion consultants and lifestyle consultants at one’s fingertips. I’m willing to bet that if any of them had known this woman’s occupation, none would have suggested high wedge sandals to aid in secondstory work or fast getaways. My own quick research leads me to recommend the latest in running shoes, the kind that have a slot for each toe, which should be a boon for a job that requires feet to grab hold of tree branches. One drawback is that I found these in magenta, sky blue and verde (green), which

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Youth Eastside Services (YES) celebrated 44 years as a provider of youth counseling and substance abuse services at its annual meeting May 15 in Bellevue. Jennifer Ivan, a lawyer with Microsoft, steps up from vice president to president of the board. She replaces Chris Katzmar Holmes from Symetra who served 10 years on the YES board and two years as president. Terry Bask from Nintendo will serve as vice president. Diane Adam will stay on as treasurer and Jennie Rush as secretary. The board also added Debbie Baker, owner of Debra L. Baker CPA P.S., a Bellevue CPA firm specializing in estates, trusts, tax planning and small business consulting. The organization recognized four youths for overcoming bullying and emotional hardships to achieve success, including a young man, Roberto, who rose to become student body president of his school and went from failing to a straight A report card. Alia was also recognized for her work in the YES anti-bullying program, PEACE, in her school, Bennett Elementary. YES also thanked long-time supporters Costco Wholesale and the Robidoux Foundation for contributing thousands of dollars to supporting YES. Two volunteers were recognized for 10 years of service to YES. Mary Lynne Poole has given 8,074 hours to the organization as a volunteer database specialist. Chris Henn was recognized for over 2,000 hours of service over 10 years. Debbi Halela was recognized for 20 years of work with YES. She started with the organization as a counseling intern and now directs the counseling program. Andrea Frost and Lynne Haudenshield were each recognized for 15 years of service.

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PAST TITLES 2012: 1st Place Grand Prix Special at Del Mar National; 1st place in Grand Prix at CDI 5 Star; 1st place in Grand Prix Freestyle at CDI 5 Star; 1st place in Grand Prix Special at CDI World Dressage Masters; 1st place in Grand Prix at CDN Gold Coast Opener 2011: 1st place in Grand Prix at CDI Estes Park; 1st place in Grand Prix Special at CDI Estes Park; 1st place in Grand Prix Freestyle at CDI Saugerties; 1st place in Grand Prix at CDI Devon; 1st place in Grand Prix Freestyle at CDI Devon

Adrienne Lyle and Wizard erased a late deficit at qualifying to claim the final spot on the U.S. Olympic Team. The duo will compete in the individual portion for Team USA. Courtesy Photo, NANCY JAFFER

2010: 1st place Grand Prix at CDI Thermal; 1st place Grand Prix Freestyle at CDI Thermal on “Wizard”

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For as long as she can remember, Adrienne Lyle has been on a horse. After being introduced to riding as a young child, Lyle continued cultivating her passion on a family farm on Whidbey Island throughout her youth. “I never had any formal instruction,” Lyle said. “We had some ponies on the farm and I would disappear on them as soon as I was old enough to get on by myself.” The 2003 Bellevue High School grad will be far from her old stomping grounds but at home nonetheless when she and three other qualifiers head to London for the 2012 Olympics as part of the U.S. Dressage Team. Now 27, Lyle began competing in Dressage at age 13, seeking a more challenging medium for her love of riding.

French for, “training,” Dressage dates to ancient Greece and is meant to develop a horse’s natural athletic ability and willingness to work. Judges record scores on each movement on a scale of one to ten, measuring the horse and rider for gait, position, correctness and harmony. “It is just such a challenging sport,” Lyle said. “You can be the best of anyone in the world and not get 100 percent.” The chance to measure herself against the world’s best required a comeback effort in New Jersey, where Lyle found herself in fifth place headed into the final day of competition. But thanks to familiarity with Wizard, the Idaho-based horse she has ridden for the past seven years, SEE LYLE, 14

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What’s happening in sports and recreation

Bellevue Blast take third tournament of season The Bellevue Blast 99 fastpitch softball squad took its third tournament of the season recently, winning the SeaTac Metro 12B Tournament. The Blast defeated Blaze Velocity 11-4 in the first round before a 14-6 win over the Snohomish Shock and a 9-0 championship game victory over a team from Woodinville. The Blast have also won the Seattle Spice Invitational and Acers Winter Warmup tournaments this season.

Newport’s Li headed to Pebble Beach Newport’s Marianne Li, a freshman in 2012 and state qualifying golfer for the Knights KingCo championship squad, is one of 81 youth golfers from around the country who will take part in the Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach. Li will partner with a Champions Tour professional to be determined for the tournament, which takes place July 6-8 and will be televised on the Golf Channel.

Todd steals show, leads team to overtime All-Star win Interlake running back Jordan Todd tied the record for touchdowns at the Earl Barden Classic, pitting the top seniors in 2A, 1A and 1B, and rushed for a game-high 134 yards to earn offensive MVP honors for his West squad in its 3428 overtime win. Todd, who will play at Central Washington in 2012, was the 2A Jordan Todd state champion in the 100 meters during the track and field season and also broke the state single-season rushing record in football, helping his team to the 2A state quarterfinals for the second straight year.

SRA places four at Nationals Sammamish Rowing Association placed each of its four boats in the top 16 at the US Rowing Youth National Competition in Oak Ridge, Tenn. on Melton Hill Lake. The men’s quad took the best finish of the day for SRA, ending the competition in fifth place in just over six minutes, 30 seconds. The men’s lightweight eight took eight, while the men’s four was 15th and the women’s eight 16th. Sammamish Rowing Association includes competitors from Bellevue, Issaquah, Sammamish and other parts of the Greater Eastside.

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Lyle was able to close the gap just in time. “We kind of had a rocky start,” she said of the performance at qualifying. “I had to be really bold and go for it and we were able to pull it off.” The late surge and berth in the Olympics was no surprise for Debbie McDonald, an Olympian and World Champion in her own right. McDonald met Lyle nearly eight years ago and said she immediately knew that special things were on the horizon, even in a sport where it routinely takes a decade to develop a Grand Prix horse. “Absolutely, from the minute I saw her ride, I knew she was a very special and gifted young lady,” McDonald said. While she described Wizard as “temperamental,” Lyle said she has grown close to the Oldenburg gelding others struggled to bond with, even flying with him to competitions around the world. “I just stand by him the whole flight,” Lyle said. “Feeding him sugar cubes.” The youngest member of the team by over 20 years, Lyle said she is excited to take cues from some of the more experienced members of a team that will get underway on July 28. “This has been a dream forever,” she said.

The Northwest Honkers are hosting a series of fundraisers for cancer. Courtesy Photo

Semi-pros fundraising for cancer Effort helps Northwest Hope and Healing

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The Northwest Honkers Baseball Club, a semi-pro team based in Bellevue, is partnering with Northwest Hope and Healing to raise money for cancer patients with a host of events. The team will be accepting donations at every game and giving away “Honkin’ for the CURE” bracelets for every $5 donated to Northwest Hope and Healing. There will also be T-shirts with the same moniker for $30, with half of all those purchases going to the foundation. The final fundraising event will be a donation night at the team’s 7 p.m. July 5 game at the University of Washington baseball field where all proceeds from ticket sales, which are $5, will go to the

foundation and come with a bracelet. A representative from Northwest Hope and Healing will accept the donations at the July 21 game at Lower Woodland Park in Seattle. Northwest Hope and Healing is a nonprofit that provides financial assistance to cancer patients to help cover everyday expenses and even rent for women who are receiving breast and genealogical cancer treatment at Swedish Medical Center. Part of the money raised goes to the purchase of the organizations’ Signature Healing Baskets, which are given to newly diagnosed breast cancer patients.

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Eastside mayors talk growth, cooperation

One of the goals of the moderator, James Whitfield, was to focus on how the cities can collaborate on issues. Including a comment from Marchione about working through issues on the BelRed Road, the mayors felt they had done well at collaborating. “It’s unusual where we don’t work well together,” McBride said. Marchione recalled one incident where a business came to Redmond, bragging that it would help with economic development. He was interested at first, but when he learned they were from Factoria, he told them he didn’t consider the move adding to the economy. Economic development is regional, not just civic, he said.

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Economic growth and new development were at the center of discussion for five Eastside mayors June 27 as they took questions at the Bellevue Downtown Association’s annual mayor’s forum. Asked to give a 20-year outlook, Bellevue Mayor Conrad Lee envisioned that downtown alone would add 38,000 jobs and 9,000 new residents. Just as Bellevue planned its downtown growth many years ago, Issaquah is going through a similar process with its Central Issaquah Plan, said Mayor Ava Frisinger. She spoke about how increasing density, instead of suburban sprawl, is better for the environment. Issaquah expects to add 8,000-9,000 new housing units, many multiple family, and about 7 to 10 million square feet of commercial development in the next 20 years. Kirkland, Redmond and Mercer Island all foresaw the impacts light rail will have on their communities in the next 20 years. Redmond Mayor John Marchione spoke in depth about adding more residential housing closer to downtown. “You’ll have more choices of where you want to live,” he said. Mercer Island Mayor Bruce Bassett was more conservative, saying the island city

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After spending 46 years working and living in the hot for a long time - and is looking forward to showing a varimess that is L.A., moving back to the Eastside was a welety of her paintings on Saturday. Among the pieces Beuoy come change for artist Jean Pratt Beuoy. will have for sale are works featuring colorful flowers, An accomplished oil and watercolor painter and sculpincluding a piece called “Seattle Poppies,” and a painting of tor, Beuoy says her interest in art started when she was a a sail boat that caught her attention when she was on vacachild, growing up on 20 acres of farm land tion in Maine. near 131st Avenue in Bellevue. This weekAs for her sculptures, Beuoy says they end, Beuoy will make her Washington art are more for herself and her family. Most show debut - sans palm trees - at the first of the pieces you’ll find throughout her “Art in the Street” fair, taking place outside studio have sentimental value that have Common Folk Co. at the Crossroads Mall. kept her from putting them up for sale: “It was the influence of growing up in a small abstract piece in the kitchen was such a beautiful place: the trees, the creek, carved from a slab of marble she brought having no people around,” Beuoy says. home from Carrara, Italy - where MiAnd while the landscape has changed chelangelo is rumored to have found the since the last time she called Bellevue marble he used to carve “David.” And home, Beuoy has been fortunate to prethe abstract fish sitting in the corner of serve a little part of history; the artist, with the room was carved from a piece of her daughter, is converting her childhood Douglas fir her father salvaged from a home into an art studio. tree. Jean Pratt Beuoy “My father built this house, by hand, in “When you go through that much angst 1934,” she says. you want to hold on to it for awhile,” While living in California, Beuoy worked as an instrucBeuoy says. tor of drawing, design and painting at several notable art In addition to Beuoy’s paintings, the fair will feature schools, and showed her work in galleries throughout the work by fifteen other local artists, whose mediums include Greater Los Angeles area. Since returning to Bellevue, millinery and jewelry work, glass art, multimedia, ceramics she’s been splitting her time renovating the family home and live performance art. and teaching watercolor classes at the Peter Kirk Center in Kathryn Staub, owner of Common Folk Co., says most Kirkland. Bueoy is also set to instruct a series of watercolor of the artists - including Beuoy - heard about the opportuclasses at the North and South Bellevue Community Cennity to show through friends, or from seeing the flyer at the ters beginning in August. store. “The most fun thing [about teaching] is proving to The “Art in the Street” fair takes place Saturday, June 30, people they can paint,” Beuoy says. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the parking lot in front of the Beuoy says she hasn’t taken part in an outdoor exhibit Common Folk Co., 15600 NE 8th St., Ste. A5.

performance, which begins 15-minutes prior to the fireworks, will feature 59 instrumentalists, including current youth symphony students and alumni, and a handful of BYSO coaches - many of whom previously performed with the philharmonic. In addition to featuring a younger cast of players, this year’s performance will provide the opportunity for students to play side by side with a handful of professional players. “Imagine if you were a basketball player and you got the chance to

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