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Sheriff’s office threatens to end holiday hydro race Participants say they hope to make the race legal for next year By NATALIE JOHNSON Staff Writer
After receiving a flood of complaints about hydroplanes that race around the Island on the Fourth of July, the sheriff’s office says it will put a stop to the annual event next year unless those involved obtain the proper permit and adhere to marine regulations. “All we’re asking is for them to follow the same rules that everyone else in the county does,” said Sgt. James Knauss, supervisor of the King County Sheriff’s Office’s marine unit. “It’s a cool event that needs to come into the current world of permitting and safety.” Those involved in the race this year say they’ve yet to be contacted by the sheriff ’s office, but they’re open to applying for a permit. They
do, however, have concerns about the insurance requirements and noise and safety regulations that may come along with a permit. “If it’s feasible to continue this in a legal manner, I’m all for it,” said Chris Van Buskirk, a longtime hydroplane racer who ran a boat this year. Van Buskirk said the event was permitted and insured decades ago but worries that meeting the requirements of a permit may be more difficult and costly now. “If they make this a huge thing, that changes everything,” he said. “It almost becomes out of reach for something small, and that is a way for the opposition to get what they want.” Larry Fuller, another longtime racer, agreed. “It’s not like we’re trying to be renegades,” he said. “We’re trying to continue a tradition and have fun. … If they want to have a conversation with people, let’s sit down and talk.” Hydroplanes have been circumnavigating the Island at dawn — first SEE HYDROPLANES, 19
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Ty Christophersen steers his hydroplane toward the start of the annual Fourth of July hydroplane race last week. Christophersen and other participants say they’re willing to apply for a marine event permit.
Thai restaurant poised to open
With publishing world in an upheaval, a small press finds its own path By SUSAN RIEMER Staff Writer
Island author Jeanie Davies Okimoto’s children’s book, “Blumpoe the Grumpoe Meets Arnold the Cat,” was about to be made into a TV show in 1990 when Okimoto received word that her publisher would not be reprinting it. The Boston-based Little, Brown and Co. had just been purchased by Time Warner, which was about to issue Madonna’s now infamous book “Sex,” replete with its explicit photos and faux metal cover. Okimoto learned the company was marshaling its resources — even reserving floor space
in the warehouse in support the book’s anticipated sales — and thus not taking on projects it otherwise might have. With the first printing of Okimoto’s book sold out, it seemed fans of Blumpoe the Grumpoe would only be able to watch him on television. But Okimoto had a different vision. “I was disappointed,” she said, “so I decided to do it myself.” Now, more than two decades later, Okimoto is in the midst of her third year at the helm of her own small publishing company, Endicott and Hugh Books, which has released three books this year, including
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Jeanie Davies Okimoto “The Weird World Rolls On,” a book of poetry that features the work of Okimoto’s brother, Roger Davies, whose work she has long wanted to publish, and several poets from Vashon. A reading in recognition of the book’s release will be held on July 18. Okimoto notes that her business — a small, independent press, according to publishing vernacular — is one of many that have SEE PUBLISHER, 9
Three monks in saffroncolored robes chanted a blessing at the new Thai restaurant on Vashon last week while, in the kitchen, another drama quietly played out: The state health inspector was making a final walkthrough, ensuring the small eatery was up to snuff. The restaurant did, indeed, pass the inspection. And based on the smiles on everyone’s faces after the blessing, it, too, was a success. And now, after months of anticipation, May Kitchen + Bar is days away from opening its doors to the public. The new restaurant will
have several invitation-only dinners this week, working out any glitches in the process. It will likely open to the public on Sunday or Monday, ready, the owner and manager believe, for a steady stream of Islanders hungry for Thai food. “The key is in the prep,” said Rod Moore, the manager. “Thai food cooks fast, as long as the prep’s done.” May Chaleoy, the owner, an ebullient Thai woman with hair down to her waist, smiled. “I think I can handle it,” she said. Indeed, Chaleoy comes to her Vashon effort with considerable experience in Thai cooking. After managing a popular Thai eatery in Fremont for two years, she opened a restaurant in Wallingford in 2004 — a business she eventually owned with two other part-
ners. Called simply May, the restaurant garnered considerable praise from Seattle restaurant critics over the years. In 2008, Seattle Magazine named it one of Seattle’s 10 best restaurants — an honor no Thai restaurant, up to that point, had received. Chaleoy came to Vashon two years ago at the invitation of a friend, Tom Schwaegler, helping him manage his property. He’s now a partner in her new business, an undertaking that has taken more than a year to come to fruition. The process has been time-consuming, in part, because of remodeling difficulties, from plumbing challenges to a roof that leaked, both Moore and Chaleoy said. But it’s also SEE RESTAURANT, 13
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A group of Islanders working to take over the nonprofit that owns the Mukai farmhouse has applied for a $10,000 grant to fix the homeâ€™s deteriorating roof. The group has also created a website describing how one becomes a member of Island Landmarks â€” a nonprofit founded more than a decade ago â€” listing the names of its board members and presenting a slide show of the storied home and garden west of Vashon town. Ellen Kritzman, vice president of the newly formed board, said the group decided to apply for the grant at 4Cultureâ€™s suggestion. The public agency, which supports a wide range of cultural and historic projects in King County, provided some of the seed money Island Landmarks used to purchase the farmhouse for $300,000 in 2000. Kritzman said board members are concerned about the condition of the roof, which caretaker Ken DeFrang has told them is leaking. Whatâ€™s more, she said, they want to maintain momentum after their surprise announcement that theyâ€™d put together a new
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School board to vote on a $16 million, no-cuts budget By NATALIE JOHNSON Staff Writer
Riding on another successful fundraiser by the schools foundation, the Vashon Island School District is poised to pass a no-cuts budget for the 2012-2013 school year. At a budget hearing tomorrow evening, the school board is expected to approve a $16.1 million spending plan, which includes funds to continue existing programs and replace all retiring teachers. Also before the board is approval of a $30.7 million capital projects budget. The Vashon Island Schools Foundation raised about $426,000 in donations and pledges during its three-month fundraising campaign, falling short of its $500,000 goal. It is still accepting pledges. â€œIt would be good to get up to the halfmillion mark, but weâ€™ve raised most of it,â€? said Donna Nespor, the foundationâ€™s part-time administrator and a founding board member. She noted that the foundation raised more by July this year than it did last year. About $87,000 came from Island businesses, and about 40 percent of district families donated to the cause. â€œIn this economy, to be able to raise that kind of money, we feel really good about it,â€? she said. Had the foundation raised the full $500,000, Nespor said, it could have helped more with extracurricular pro-
grams. Fees for sports, elective classes and other programs will increase slightly next year. â€œWe would like to be able to provide more funding to enrichment programs and reduce fees kids have to pay â€” band, drama, Camp Waskowitz. We did not get to the full goal to do that,â€? she said. The $16.1 million operating budget, up from $15.5 million last year, also allows the district to extend the high schoolâ€™s career and technical education (CTE) program to the middle school, increase its reserves, restore donation money spent on operating costs when funds were tight and add the equivalent of two full-time staff positions, something school district business manager Tom Dargel said is to support minor program changes across the district. The districtâ€™s capital projects fund saw the largest increase, from $20.3 million to a budgeted $30.7 million. Dargel said the 50 percent increase is to cover construction costs immediately following the completion of the new high school and technology upgrades at other school buildings. Superintendent Michael Soltman, who took a 3 percent, state-mandated pay cut last year, will see his salary, including fringe benefits, increase from $142,027 to $149,350, slightly less than he made two years ago. School principals who took the same cut last year will also see their salaries restored, and teachers who took a 1.9 percent state-mandated pay reduction
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Two motorcyclists injured in Fourth of July accident
Two motorcyclists were seriously injured in an accident just outside of Vashon town on the Fourth of July. Their current condition is not known. At about 10 p.m. on Wednesday, a motorcycle collided with another motorcycle at the intersection of S.W. Bank Road and 107th Avenue S.W., said Sgt. Cindi West, a spokesperson for the King County Sheriffâ€™s Office. West said one rider, a 38-year-old man from Vashon, was stopped at the intersection and was pointed southbound on 107th Ave. when he was struck from behind by another motorcycle traveling at a high speed. Both men were thrown across the intersection, West said. The Vashon man was transported via ferry to Harborview for his injuries. The other rider was unconscious after the accident, had to be intubated and was airlifted to the hospital. Some witnesses to the accident said the stopped motorcycleâ€™s lights were not on when it was hit, West said, and the sheriffâ€™s office is investigating the accident. Capt. Josh Dueweke of Vashon Island Fire & Rescue said the motorcycle accident was the only serious incident on the Fourth. No one on Vashon was injured by fireworks, but the department did respond to more brush fires caused by fireworks that usual, he said. The largest ones were on the south end and under one of the cell towers at KVI beach. â€œWeâ€™ve had pretty laid back Fourth of Julys, and yesterday made up for the laid back ones,â€? Dueweke said.
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A freshly dead harbor porpoise in pristine condition was found on the beach at Sandy Shores last week. According to Ann Stateler, coordinator of the Vashon Hydrophone Project, such a sighting is rare in the Puget Sound region. The animal was reported to the hydrophone project on Friday. Stateler, in an email to The Beachcomber, said she examined the adult female and found tooth rake marks and old healed injuries, indicating â€œthat the plucky porpoise survived a transient killer whale attack.â€? The carcass, however, showed no overt signs of recent physical trauma, such as a strike by a ship. The cause of death was not immediately apparent. A thorough necropsy and other lab work will identify factors that contributed to the porpoiseâ€™s death, she said. Marine mammal carcasses in excellent condition are highly sought-after for research, she said. Biologists at the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) and the Cascadia Research Collective were notified of the find. A biologist with NMFSâ€™ Northwest Fisheries Science Center came from Seattle to collect the specimen. After decades of decline, the shy harbor porpoise
Islander Dave Chapman has been selected to head King Countyâ€™s Office of Public Defense, an agency that provides legal services to those who canâ€™t afford it. Chapman, an experienced criminal defense lawyer, worked for nearly a decade as the managing director of the Associated Counsel for the Accused, a nonprofit firm in Seattle that contracts to provide defense services to indigent clients. He stepped down from that position in 2008. Heâ€™s also worked as a protem judge for both Pierce and King counties, where he presided over both criminal and civil cases in district and municipal courts. Early on in his career, he
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Chapman has also coached wrestling since the 1990s and is currently the assistant high school wrestling coach. â€œIâ€™ve got my fingers crossed that I can find the time to (continue to) do that,â€? he said. Chapman, who will oversee a $46.6 million budget, was named to the spot by County Executive Dow Constantine after a national search, according to a news release. His appointment to the $143,000-a-year post must be confirmed by the King County Council. The Office of Public Defense provides lawyers to county residents facing the possibility of jail time or of losing their children in King County Superior or District Court.
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The debate over Vashonâ€™s hydroplane race is a classic conflict. Many longtime Islanders love it; itâ€™s a throwback to another time on Vashon, when the Island was an outpost for rugged individualists and working-class heroes who didnâ€™t much care what anyone thought. But the face of the Island has changed in recent years; weâ€™re a bit more like a suburb, and that, too, brings a certain set of attitudes and expectations. Then consider the event: The boats are loud. And the race takes place at an ungodly hour, when those Islanders who have to trudge off to jobs in the city all week get a blessed day off. That some are annoyed is understandable. Even so, our vote here at The Beachcomber is to find a way to let the annual race continue. Itâ€™s only one day. Itâ€™s a thrilling event for several Islanders â€” one thatâ€™s been taking place for more than 50 years. And while the buzz of their motors has a certain sleep-disrupting pitch, itâ€™s not nearly as loud as the fusillade that marks the highlight of the Fourth for many Islanders, when fireworks explode over Quartermaster Harbor. Surely, we can handle one morning a year when a few Islanders circumnavigate Vashon in small, fast boats, challenging themselves and the elements at a time when the water is calm enough to allow such a race. Itâ€™s noteworthy that organizers are willing to get a permit. We hope the King County Sheriffâ€™s Office will work with them to find a way to make this annual tradition comply with county rules. The hydro races are storied part of Vashon, and weâ€™d hate to see them come to an end.
With fundraiser behind us, letâ€™s now start a summer school As weâ€™ve noted before, we believe itâ€™s unfortunate that the Vashon Island School District has to resort to a fundraising drive to keep its programs intact and its staff robust. At the same time, weâ€™d rather embrace a nonprofit foundation that voluntarily raises money on the districtâ€™s behalf than witness our schools lose their vitality or strength. So it was with a sigh of relief that we learned that the Vashon Island Public Schools Foundation raised a hefty $426,000 toward the upcoming academic year â€” enough to help the district keep its programs and staff intact. Now, we hope the school district will tackle another matter: a summer school for kids who are struggling. We often boast about those students who are going off to fine colleges, winning awards or logging one accomplishment after another. We pay scant attention, meanwhile, to students who are falling behind. Letâ€™s take a moment to bask in this springâ€™s accomplishment, when a fundraising drive proved, once again, that this Island cares mightily about public education. Then letâ€™s hope the school board decides to use some of those dollars to begin a modest summer program â€” a program as basic and foundational in a good school district as those advanced placement classes young people need to get into good colleges.
â€” Evan Simmons
7""TQSPKFDUEFTFSWFT BHHSFTTJWFTVQQPSU As a business owner across the street from Vashon Allied Arts for the last 30 years, I have had the pleasure of watching this community-oriented organization grow. After attending informational meetings and seeing the plans for this new project, I wholeheartedly support it. This opportunity to expand the facilities for artistic expression of community artists and students is well worth aggressively supporting. Additionally, meeting the need for a larger and higher quality venue for performing arts is important. When you consider the unique opportunity provided by the large private donations for a project that will positively affect the whole island and surrounding community, supporting this project seems undeniable. For instance, I have recently been fortunate to purchase tickets to some excellent events that were sold out almost immediately. The opportunity lost by the current limited and uncomfortable venue is a concern because of all the wonderful performances, gallery shows and classes that VAA runs for the community. I am looking forward to the completion of this project and continued growth of this vibrant community-oriented service organization. â€” Thomas Skarshaug
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I am writing in regard to Vashon Allied Artsâ€™ proposed new performance center design, which is currently under review at King County. It has been disturbing for me to watch the badly flawed process that led to the buildingâ€™s design. A letter in last weekâ€™s Beachcomber called this process â€œa model of inclusion.â€? That is a characterization akin to saying that black is white. A strategy of inclusion is essential to an organization that presents itself as the face of the arts community on Vashon. Instead, the design process we have witnessed has been hierarchical in the extreme, driven by a promise of millions of dollars from a single wealthy patron, with the all-important work of programming and conceptual design of the building done by an exclusive team committed to pushing through their own vision. Emblematic of this approach was removal of a University of Washington studentâ€™s design suggestions in a design review for the town after pressure from the executive director. The resulting building is a perfect reflection of this process. It is inappropriately sited. It is an order of magnitude out of scale. And it is not consonant with the foundational goals of VAA. There is a groundswell of disaffection and alienation from VAA shared by many Island artists. It cannot have gone unnoticed by the VAA board; I think to a large degree it is a consequence of the elevated money quest the board has embarked upon in its goal to become a â€œregional hub for the arts.â€? I call upon the board to put the permit application on hold, call a series of widely advertised public gatherings and listen to the communityâ€™s concerns. So far, mine have been met with barrages of salesmanship and cheerleading. Hectoring, lecturing and salespitch delivery are not tools of inclusion.
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In 2006, our Legislature created the Registered Domestic Partners (RDP) system. Then in 2009, Washington voters approved the so-called â€œEverything But Marriageâ€? law â€” the law that granted many rights and responsibilities for RDPs. Some people might think that is good enough and our gay and lesbian Island neighbors donâ€™t need marriage. I am here to say that the RDP law is not satisfactory to gay couples who want to marry and does not afford all of the same rights as being married. RDP is not portable to other states (even those that recognize marriage equality), nor does it provide spousal rights found in private contracts (such as health insurance to a â€œspouseâ€? through oneâ€™s employer). Everyone knows and understands what â€œmarriageâ€? means. Marriage says we are family like no other word. I canâ€™t tell you how many times Iâ€™ve had to explain to someone what a â€œregistered domestic partnerâ€? means. And you know what? In the time of any crises, I shouldnâ€™t have to. After 17 years I simply want to marry my wife. Marriage equality is about love and fairness. Civil unions and RDPs were a step, but they are not the same as marriage and never will be. That which is separate is not equal. Donâ€™t take my word for it, see Brown v. Board of Education. For all Vashon families, help us approve R-74. â€” Pearce Cobarr
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18 hours over six weeks, with homework and assignments. To me, a grade change from a D to a C is justified if the student completes the work and demonstrates proficiency. So much of being able to learn successfully is having confidence in yourself. And sometimes all it takes to gain confidence is being in a relaxed setting with someone who says, â€œYou can do this.â€? That is what the summer program was about. Seven community members agreed to work as volunteers to help those students who signed up. Last summer I taught eight VHS students geometry. These students had received a D or F during the spring trimester. They came to the class, as many students who struggle do, looking bored and unhappy. By the third week, they were yelling out answers with smiles on their faces. Their attitude changed because our review of the material started to make sense. They understood it and were successful. All these students had their grades raised by one level. And that happened because they put in the extra time and effort to understand subject material they found challenging. I think we owe it to these students to give them a second chance. Many students at VHS struggle in math and English, yet we offer no opportunities for them to catch up during the summer. I am glad three
algebra students will take advantage of this summer program and get the opportunity of a grade change, but we were set to hold four classes. My hope is that next year a comprehensive official program will be in place. â€” Hilary Emmer
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we donâ€™t want youth to do, but about how we can help them toward finding what they want to do with their lives? I was lucky. I had some men and women in my life who introduced me to remarkable interests and skills that have never left me. Iâ€™m 72 now. I didnâ€™t become a â€œuser.â€? Iâ€™m in good health. I continue to write poetry, cut wood and sail boats. I drink a little wine.
â€” Cal Kinnear Forbidding use often doesnâ€™t work Septic systems I want to respond to the Many have asked opinion piece by Nicole Maxwell and Ken Maaz, county to find funds â€œTeen drug and alcohol
use: Take a standâ€? (July 4). Take a stand. They do, and they urge that parents take a stand against this thing they call alcohol and drug use. â€œUseâ€? is a loose term, ranging all the way from a glass of beer to a night of vodka. As I understand the article, it would exclude the whole range of â€œuseâ€? as harmful to the health of youth. The piece as a whole is a plea to adults not to allow youth to â€œuse.â€? What I would have liked to see is some address to the youth themselves, some look at what makes psychological health and what sends youth in that direction. Forbidding usually isnâ€™t a part of it. Weâ€™re each born with a hunger for life. Itâ€™s possible to encourage and guide that hunger. Itâ€™s possible to repress it. Suppose instead we thought not about what
I was disappointed with The Beachcomberâ€™s statement that only in the last few months have a â€œhandfulâ€? of Islanders begun to take issue with the countyâ€™s failure to secure funding to help landowners who canâ€™t afford to repair failing systems or install new ones. My husband Bill Tobin was chair of the VashonMaury Island Community Councilâ€™s septic solutions committee in 2009 and 2010. He took over from Steve Graham. Steve and his committee had been concerned for years about the countyâ€™s failure to help homeowners. I worked with Bill on the committee, and one of the first things I did was to call the other countiesâ€™ health departments and the state Board of Health, the state Department of Ecology and the state Department
of Natural Resources. I learned that the MRA programs in the other counties were going smoothly. My most informative conversation was with the director of the program in Island County. She explained their program for providing financing that had been so successful that they had nearly completed their MRA recovery. I also had a very interesting conversation with the state Board of Health. He said the state was very concerned about King Countyâ€™s lack of progress. He asked if I had any suggestions. I repeated what we had been telling the county all along, that we need publicly funded, low-interest loans, the same program that had been so successful in the other counties. Carl Sells and the people he is working with are continuing Islandersâ€™ efforts that have been going on for years. Because we are unincorporated, the Vashon community cannot access funds on its own, and we depend entirely on the county to act with good faith toward its citizens, like the other counties are doing. Our elected county representatives have long remained silent on this issue. Why?
Paper wrong to blame landowners
â€” Susan Tobin
Usually, a good editor takes an objective view and the knowledge they have gained while following an issue for editorials. The Beachcomber has barely covered septic problems this year. The July 1 deadline with the punitive fines made the problem critical and intensified the correspondence to county and state officials. This information was sent to The Loop, The Seattle Times and The Beachcomber. On Wednesday, the Beachcomber was critical of those trying to fix the problem and the victims of the countyâ€™s negligence. Donâ€™t blame the VashonMaury Island Community Council. One committee chairmanâ€™s frustrated anger at the county elicited an editorial reaction which, with a broad brush, maligned the entire leadership of the VMICC. The Beachcomber shouldnâ€™t shoot the messenger. Saying thank you would be more appropriate. Finally, there is some success. After months of contacting everyone at the county and state levels, insisting they fulfill their obligation to obtain the federal funds available to loan to home owners, an
encouraging email arrived. Ironically, the letter from Dr. Ngosi Oleru, King County Environmental Health Division Director came on Wednesday, the same day as The Beachcomberâ€™s editorial. Islanders with failing septic systems donâ€™t intentionally â€œdump raw sewage.â€? Those who have not responded to the county request, and are now being fined $25 per day, care about Puget Sound. Probably they donâ€™t have $30,000 available to fix their septic system. Many homes on Vashonâ€™s shores (as well as along the creeks) were built decades ago before restrictions were imposed. These owners are in danger of losing their property while they try to find funding. That is the issue. Letters may be going out to more homeowners in the future. Letâ€™s hope the county has secured the money. This problem belongs to all Islanders. â€” Joan Sells
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Re: Federeal spending: Weâ€™re robbing our grandchildren. Here are a few facts on the enormity of our debt: We see on the news what has happened in Greece and other European countries. There are 27 countries in the European Union. Their total debt is about $13.7 trillion. United Statesâ€™s debt alone is about $16.6 trillion. Yet Congress is seemingly blind to that and still keeps spending more. President Obama keeps insisting we must enforce the Buffet Rule and tax millionaires at a higher rate. The Congressional Budget Office has reported that would result in $4.7 billion in increased tax revenue per year. If that were collected for the next 250 years, it would result in $1.175 trillion. Guess what? That would not cover the projected Obama budget deficit of $1.2 trillion for 2012 alone. Itâ€™s time for new leadership with spending discipline and the courage to make necessary cuts in spending and the social programs and the conviction to push reforms in the tax code and the social programs and entitlements. â€” Paul Schwartz
Working at home, one remembers what matters most I commute to an office in town five days a week, but with a convincing excuse, my employer allows me to work from home, infrequently and irregularly. I recently spent a day working from home and found that without the distractions of phone calls or gossiping coworkers, I can waste just as much time at home as I do at work, while taking much less time to get there. I work in our library. The library is a quiet place for our family to do our homework, with ceiling-high pine bookshelves crammed with knowledge and several desktop PCs on two dull-gray schoolroom Formica tables amid the shambles of school papers, bills, bike parts, a hamster cage and broken computer equipment in drifted piles. We bought four impossibly hard, steam-formed plywood and welded-steel school chairs and moved a floral-print overstuffed recliner, suitable for reading womenâ€™s fiction, into a corner. I had warned the kids that I must have quiet to think important business thoughts while I work from home. At 11 in the morning, dressed simply but effectively in my plaid bathrobe and my dadâ€™s sheepskin slippers, Iâ€™ve been surfing the Costco website for lawn furniture for the past hour. Our oldest boy, who is supposed to be working on math problems in the chair next to me, is watching videos of grown men playing
chilling enough to buy a full halfhourâ€™s quiet. We try to carry on the meeting over the sounds of my boys Minecraft; pummeling each other in the they suavely background like characters in a narrate a runKung-Fu movie. ning play-byHolding the phone tightly play, chuckling against my cheek, trying to confidently at explain an involved and hopelessregular interly technical point while the kids vals. work each other over, I make a Our young- break for the room across the hall est boy asks to with the door that shuts tightly, go on a bike or failing that, the coat closet in ride with me, tapping my shoulthe front hall. My wife Maria has der several times without answer. actually tried the more spacious Exasperated, I offer to define the double closet in the library, but word â€œpesterâ€? for him; without recently our youngest boy has waiting for a response, I barge been found hiding there, watching ahead, describing â€œA Pair of Kingsâ€? pester as a verb that 8FUSZUPDBSSZPO episodes on Netflix means to ask for someMariaâ€™s iPod UIFNFFUJOHPWFS using thing more than twice Touch. UIFTPVOETPGNZ in less than five minWhen I return utes. I try to impress CPZTQVNNFMJOH to my computer, on him that Iâ€™m workyoungest FBDIPUIFSJOUIF our ing from home. I canâ€™t daughter has CBDLHSPVOEMJLF just take off on a bike restarted it and ride with him. I return is trying to log DIBSBDUFSTJOB to my study of Costco onto Webkinz. ,VOH'VNPWJF lawn furniture. She painstakingly Shocked by the time, locates the letters I hastily call in to a scheduled of her password and taps each key teleconference, greeting everyone as if plucking he-loves-me-not on the phone with an abundance petals off of a daisy. of empty cheer, while I cover Her older brother, now bored the mouthpiece and mouth the with watching videos of Mr. words, â€œQuiet! Iâ€™m on the phone!â€? Chuckles play Minecraft, has â€” adopting an expression that started some buggy and most I hope to be menacing and just likely virus-infected Miniclip
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game and his PC has bluescreened, dire warnings splayed across the screen. For several months in a row Iâ€™ve promised to install some sort of CyberSitter software that will limit the websites our family can access, but for now the kids can still look up instructions for making atomic bombs in their lunch boxes out of parts from an old alarm clock or accidentally uncover one of several billion videos of cosmetically enhanced bodybuilders of rotating genders engaged in what appears to be sped-up games of Twister. Lunchtime is an hour away, but everyone is hungry, possibly even weak from hunger depending on how attractive our plans for lunch might be. We pile in the minivan for submarine sandwiches, and on the way we mail a few packages, stop by Grannyâ€™s Attic, where we paw through clothes and toys and household items and pick up a couple of stainless-steel bolts for the lawn mower at the hardware store. After we return from lunch, our youngest boy and I pack a bag of Goldfish and fill up water bottles for our bike ride. As we circle the gray-green harbor in the truth of the afternoon sun, I conclude that my work might still be there tomorrow, but this bike ride, and this day, comes only once.
â€” Kevin Pottinger lives with his wife Marie and their four children on Vashon.
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â€œThe exposure is wonderful. â€œI was rich as publisher, nor did aim to get rich these books,â€? she said. â€œI want them to exist delighted to have the recognition â€” and as an author, although she brushed elbows for posterity.â€? In all, through Endicott and Hugh, the money,â€? she said with a laugh. with fame when she appeared on Oprah in Okimoto has published 10 books, and has Much of the change in the book publish- the late 1980s. ing began with the recession, according to â€œIt didnâ€™t lead to fame and fortune,â€? she brought three young adult books out as Okimoto. said. â€œA lot of authors do not get fame and ebooks. As for Blumpoe the Grumpoe, nearly â€œPublishers were only going for sure fortune.â€? things,â€? she recalled, and even well-respectIn May, Endicott and Hugh released its nudged off the bookshelf by Madonna, ed authors were having difficulty getting first book by an author other than Okimoto, Okimoto was able to bring that book back. their books accepted by a large house. â€œOnce Upon a Two by Four,â€? by Ann Combs, Itâ€™s available on Amazon and at the inn in Recent technology has a former columnist for the Minnesota where the story takes place. â€œEvery year it still sells,â€? she said. â€œThe also contributed to this i*UEJEOUMFBEUPGBNFBOE Seattle Post-Intelligencer. new wave of book pubOkimoto calls it a book stayed alive. GPSUVOF"MPUPGBVUIPSTEP â€œcharming memoirâ€? of lishing, Okimoto said, OPUHFUGBNFBOEGPSUVOFw the Combsâ€™ experiences including a process called A book launch and reading for the poetry printing on demand, +FBOJF%BWJFT0LJNPUP remodeling a dilapidatbook, â€œThe Weird World Rolls On,â€? will which allows books to ed home on Bainbridge 'PVOEFS &OEJDPUUBOE)VHI#PPLT be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 18, at be printed one at a time Island. The book had Vashon Community Care (VCC). when an order is placed. originally been printed by The collection includes haikus that have Okimoto uses this method for Endicott and Lippincott, Okimoto said, but was no longer appeared on Hiway Haiku and poems by Hugh Books and relies on a printing and dis- in print. Combs is a friend, and Okimoto several Vashon poets. Nova Scotia poet tributing company called Lightning Source, believed her book deserved another chance. Roger Davies, the collectionâ€™s featured poet and the brother of publisher Jeanie a division of Ingram Book Company, the Mostly, she expects the book will sell at Eagle Davies Okimoto, will read his poems giant book wholesaler. As the distributor, Harbor with some online orders as well. along with 18 Vashon poets. In the antholit makes its books available to a variety of As the publisher, Okimoto supplied the ogy, some are nationally recognized pubsources, including Ingram, Amazon and money for the printing of the book and the lished poets, and for others the poems Barnes & Noble. designer and says she might break even on in this collection are their first efforts. Lightning Source serves publishers of all it. She may also bring another friendâ€™s book They all either live on Vashon or have a connection to Vashon. Proceeds from the sizes, Okimoto said, so generally the physi- back into print, but is not seeking other sale of â€œThe Weird World Rolls Onâ€? will be cal qualities of books â€” the paper, printing manuscripts at this time. donated to VCC. and binding â€” are the same, and most â€œItâ€™s because I love these women. I love people cannot tell the difference anymore between a book published this way through a tiny independent press or a New York publishing company. Okimoto dubbed her press Endicott and Hugh Books using the middle names of her Advanced Dental Care of Vashon parents. The name is sentimental for her, she adam cramer, dds & jim cunnington, dds said. It also makes her laugh, as she believes it conjures up visions of a publishing office on Bostonâ€™s Beacon Hill or London, a long way from the reality of her basement office. Okimoto, who will turn 70 this December, is an author of 20 books and a retired psychotherapist. She noted she is not getting
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Caregivers Support Group: This group is geared toward family and friend caregivers. Those interested in attending should leave a message for Julea Gardener at 567-4421. 1:30 p.m. at Vashon Community Care.
Master Gardeners: Talk to the experts. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. outside True Value. Preschool Story Time: Zeke Burgin will read to kids and parents. 11 a.m. at the Vashon Bookshop. Vashon Drum Circle: All ages are welcome to drum and sing with Buffalo Heart, a big community drum. The event is free, but donations are welcome. 7 p.m. at the Village Green. Camp Out With Mothers of Boys: Hike through Island Center Forest by day then camp out at the home of Lisa Coley at night. Call Coley at 567-4221 for more information.
Master Gardeners: Stop by with questions on vegetables and growing tomatoes. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday outside True Value. Adopt-a-Cat Day: Vashon Island Pet Protectors hosts an adoption day every week. See www.vipp. org for more information. 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at 12200 S.W. 243rd St. Saturday. Recycle Building Materials: Second Use, a building materials salvage company, will collect home goods in a joint effort with Grannyâ€™s Attic. Acceptable
materials include doors, windows, cabinets, plumbing, flooring, hardware, light fixtures, modern appliances and lumber. The materials will go to Second Useâ€™s retail store, and Second Use and Grannyâ€™s will split the profits. Call Second Use at 763-6929 to determine if materials are acceptable. More information is posted at www.seconduse.com/policies. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m Saturday and Sunday at Grannyâ€™s Attic. Eat for a Cause: Retired restaurateur Nancy Brocard from Pogacha Restaurant in Bellevue will be the guest chef at the Eagles. She is donating her talent and time to raise money for Relay for Life. Pogachas make a one-person sized pizza. Pogacha normally is a small, thin Croatian dinner roll, but Brocardâ€™s are as big as dinner plates. The cost is between $10 and $12. 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday, July 14, at the Eaglesâ€™ lodge.
.0/%":t Change Your Home: Architect Lidunn Overdahl Cain will talk about making adjustments to better fit your life for aging in place: arranging a rental space, coping with stairs and other suggestions. Free. Call Cain at 422-4519 for more information. 1 to 3 p.m. at the Vashon Senior Center. Vashon-Maury Island Community Council: Adam Cone of Snapdragon, Monkey Tree and World Pizza will offer a taste of the travails of the restaurant industry; Peter Scott of Burn Design Lab will discuss the global scope of his innovative profit/nonprofit stove venture; Cliff Goodman of Cliffâ€™s Beer will talk about realizing his dream of starting a craft brewery; Luke Lokoskie of Island Springs tofu will talk about how he got started and remains competitive. Also, representatives from King County will talk about green waste recycling. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org. 7 p.m. at McMurray Middle School. Camp Out with Mothers of Boys: Mothers, grandmothers, guardians and siblings of boys â€” and boys, of course â€” are welcome at Lake Cushman near Shelton for one, two or three nights of camping. The cost is $22 per night plus food. Call Tina Parrish at 5635066 to reserve a spot. Camping dates are 3 p.m. Monday through
16#-*$.&&5*/(4 Vashon Island School District School Board: 2012-13 Budget adoption meeting. 7 p.m. Thursday, July 12, at McMurray Middle School. Vashon-Maury Island Community Council: 7 p.m. Monday, July 16, at McMurray Middle School. King County Cemetery District #1: 3 p.m Wednesday, July 18, at the Vashon Cemetery, 19631 S.W. Singer Rd.
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56&4%":t Vashon Quilt Guild: Catholine Tribble will speak about the process of making a community quilt and show the 2012 quilt, the 27th in the series, and some of the past Vashon community quilts. For additional information, call Miyoko Matsuda at 463-9718. 10 a.m. at the Presbyterian Church. Family Story Time: All ages are welcome for a half-hour of stories, finger plays, movement and music. 11:30 a.m. Tuesdays this month at the Vashon Library. Senior Center Movie: Claire Danes plays Temple Grandin, who uses her abilities as an autistic person to make new discoveries about animals. Feature writer Gordon Fisk will provide a commentary. 12:30 p.m. at the Vashon Senior Center. Remembering Who You Are: Vashon Insight Meditation Group welcomes meditation teacher Jude Rozhon. Her topic is â€œRemembering who we are.â€? Rozhon is an experienced meditation teacher and has been an instructor for Sharon Salzberg and Joseph Goldsteinâ€™s Insight Meditation Course since 1997. For more information, email email@example.com. The event is free, but donations are welcome. 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Puget Sound Zen Center, 20406 Chautauqua Beach Road.
CLASSES Make Friends with Veggies: Shape Up Vashon will offer this event. Terry Collelo, Vashon caterer, will demonstrate and share her favorite veggie recipes. People must sign up in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited. The class is free for SUV members, $10 for others. 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 11, at the Vashon Methodist Church. Butoh â€” Body/Mind Lab: Using the techniques and philosophy of Butoh dance, a modern Japanese dance form, students use meditation, slow movement, creative expression and dialogue. The cost is $12 per class or $40 per month. Contact Jyl Shinjo Brewerat at
email@example.com or 619-3321. 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursdays at the Hanna Barn. Beginning Sewing Lessons: Jenni Wilke offers one-on-one tutorials for people with sewing machines who do not know how to use them. People will also get a good start on a project of their choice (e.g. curtains, pillows, napkins, bag, etc.). The cost is $35. Contact Wilke at 697-2377 to register or coordinate a different time. 9 to 10:30 a.m. July 12, 16, 27 or 30, at Common Thread. Zumba in the Grass: Dance to the music of salsa, merengue, cha cha and more. Zumba instructors Dari Haffie and Sara Van Fleet will lead this free class covering some of the basics of Zumba fitness. Beginners are welcome. The event will meet rain or shine. Noon to 1 p.m. Satuday, July 14, and Tuesday, Aug. 11, at Ober Park. Natural Dyeing: Laurel Boyajian of Local Color Dye Gardens & Studio will offer two workshops this month on using flowers and plants to dye fabric. The cost is $100. Summer Flowers and Madder Root will meet Saturday and Sunday, July 14 and 15, or Sunday and Monday, July 15 and 16. Summer Flowers and Eucalyptus will meet Friday and Saturday, July 27 and 28, or Saturday and Sunday, July 28 and 29, at Common Thread. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register or sign up at the store. Each workshop will be offered on the date that works for most people. Cedarbark Basketry: Haida/ Tlingit Weaver Cherilyn Holter will lead this workshop, which will teach twining and open weave basketry. Students will create a small basket woven with Western red cedar bark. The cost is $200 and $50 for materials. For more information, contact Sue Shotridge at 567-5826. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, July 14 and 15, at The Ravenâ€™s Nest, 19603 Vashon Hwy. Intro to Panel Relief Carving: Master Tlingit Carver Israel Shotridge will lead this workshop, which introduces the art of panel relief carving with Northwest Coast Native design. Students will focus on the basic three cuts. Shotridge will provide a design and small cedar panel. For more information, contact Sue Shotridge at email@example.com. The cost is $250 plus $25 for materials. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, July 14 and 15, at Shotridge Studios 9804 S.W. 145th Place.
SUMMER CAMPS Moody Creative Performance Camps: Steffon Moody will lead two camps. In Puppet Universe Camp, kids ages 7 to 12 will make foam, Sculpey and shadow puppets to make a giant puppet for the Strawberry Festival parade. The cost is $160 for members and $180 for non-members, plus
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The annual Strawberry Festival, complete with a carnival, will be July 20 to 22, this year. Carnival pre-sale tickets are on sale now at the Vashon Bookshop and Vashon Market. The cost is $25 and includes five game tickets. The last day to purchase pre-sale tickets is 3 p.m. Thursday, July 19. When the carnival opens, tickets may be exchanged for a ride wristband. The coupons are good from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday, noon to 5 p.m. or 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. The close of the carnival will depend on weather and attendance. In other festival news, the Presbyterian Church is offering reserved parking by donation again this year. Proceeds will support the churchâ€™s mission partners dealing with hunger. People who want to reserve parking or chairs, should contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 354-8921. Reserved spaces will only be held until 10:45 a.m. the day of the parade. Above, festival-goers are ready for lift-off. $20 for materials. 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday, July 16 to 20. In Special FX Camp, kids ages 11 to 18 will transform themselves into a special effects creature, just like in the movies. The cost is $175 for members and $195 for nonmembers, plus materials. 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, July 16 to 20. Junior Golf Camps: Local golf professional Gregg Bernheisel will lead the camps this summer for kids age 6 through high school. The cost is $100 with a discount available for club members. Call the club at 463-9410 to sign up. 10 a.m. to noon Monday through
Wednesday, Aug. 6 to 8, at the Vashon Golf & Swim Club. Junior Tennis Camps: Jake Dillon will lead camps for kids age 6 through high school. The cost is $70 with discounts available. Call the club at 463-9410 to sign up. 10 to 11 a.m. for beginners and 11 a.m. to noon for intermediate players, Monday through Thursday, July 16 to 19, Aug. 6 to 9 and Aug. 13 to 16, at the Vashon Golf & Swim Club. More Summer Camps: The Beachcomberâ€™s annual guide to summer camps is available at our office. Stop by and pick up a copy.
70*$&0'7"4)0/57t)*()-*()54 Viewers on Vashon will find VoV-TV on Comcast Cable Channel 21. Most VoVTV shows are produced by Islanders. 'SJEBZTfrom 5 to 6 p.m. Experience or re-live all the fun and suspense of Spell It!, the Feb. 2012 edition of Vashonâ€™s annual Spelling Bee, featuring hosts/emcees, Jeff Hoyt and Jeanne Dougherty.
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UP, UP AND AWAY: Open Space for Arts & Community will present its second annual outdoor aerial festival, â€œOpen Air,â€? at 4 p.m. Saturday, July 28, with performances by gravity-defying professional aerialists as well as students from the UMO School of Physical Arts. Admission is a suggested donation of $8 for adults and $3 for kids.
A merry band of thespians takes on Gilbert and Sullivan By ELIZABETH SHEPHERD Arts Editor
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Starting Friday, Island audiences can set sail to experience the supreme silliness and sublime musicality of Gilbert and Sullivanâ€™s â€œThe Pirates of Penzance,â€? courtesy of more than 30 Island thespians and singers who have been rehearsing the show for months. The comic opera â€” a Drama Dock production â€” is being staged at Bethel Church July 13 to 22, with performances running through Strawberry Festival weekend. According to the showâ€™s director, Elizabeth Anthony, audiences are in for a treat. â€œThere is a turn-of-the-century twang to it that is very irreverent,â€? she said. â€œPiratesâ€? â€” a frothy blend of Gilbertâ€™s unlikely tale of tender-hearted pirates, love-struck maidens and a hapless young hero, combined with Sullivanâ€™s intricate and soaring music â€” has been a hit ever since it opened in New York City in 1879. In New York alone, there have been more than 40 major revivals of the show, the most wellknown of those being a 1980 production starring Kevin Kline, Linda Ronstadt, Rex Smith and Estelle Parsons. The same cast appeared in a 1983 film version of the opera. The show even has a storied history on Vashon Island. Itâ€™s the second time â€œPiratesâ€? has been produced here â€” Drama Dock mounted the show in 1987, with a decades-younger Elizabeth Anthony at the helm of that production, too. Three other members of that ensemble â€” Rich Wiley, Sue Weston and Gaye Detzer â€” are also part of the current production. 3JDIBSE'BSOFS1IPUP For Anthony, directing â€œPiratesâ€? is a more freewheeling, Gordon Millar (center) as the Pirate King, surrounded by his minions, in Drama Dockâ€™s upcoming production of Gilbert and creative experience this time around. â€œGilbert and Sullivan have now been dead for 100 years, Sullivanâ€™s â€œThe Pirates of Penzance.â€? so we can do whatever we want with the show,â€? she said with a soaring voice. and Sullivan was as an advisor to a recent Vashon Island with a laugh. â€œIâ€™m a lot more confident now.â€? Gordon Millar will bring a Scottish brogue to the role Youth Chorus production of â€œPinafore Pirates.â€? Anthony said that because the show isnâ€™t copyrighted, of the Pirate King, and Lissy Nichols, an accomplished Wiley, who played the Pirate King in the 1987 producsheâ€™s taken a few liberties with the lyrics. young actress, will play against type as Fredericâ€™s lusty old tion and this time is cast as Major General Stanley, said â€œGilbert was very contemporary, so I have felt free to nurse Ruth. that Vashonâ€™s theater community has been lucky to have rewrite some stuff,â€? she said. â€œItâ€™s sung so fast anyway, Rounding out the cast is a chorus filled with members an artist of Anthonyâ€™s caliber around for who cares?â€? of Drama Dock, Vashon Island Chorale, Vashon Opera, so many years. Despite Anthonyâ€™s seemingly i(JMCFSUXBTWFSZDPOUFNQPSBSZ â€œSheâ€™s an Island treasure,â€? he said. Drama Dock Youth Initiative and Vashon Island Youth cavalier pose, she brings a wealth of TP*IBWFGFMUGSFFUPSFXSJUF Chorus. Theyâ€™ll play a motley crew of pirates, maidens, Wiley is looking forward to deliverexperience and a deep reverence for urchins and policemen. ing one of the most famous songs in the TPNFTUVGG*UTTVOHTPGBTU Gilbert and Sullivan to the show. â€œItâ€™s a cast of friends,â€? said Anthony, who said she hated show, â€œI am the Very Model of a Modern She attended Gilbert and Sullivan BOZXBZ XIPDBSFT w to single out any particular favorites in the cast. â€œThese Major General,â€? a patter song full of shows throughout her youth, she &MJ[BCFUI"OUIPOZ tongue-twisting lyrics. are people who are very dear to me.â€? said, and upon turning 18 became %JSFDUPS The whole show, he says, is a delight. a member of the Oberlin College â€œItâ€™s so witty and there is something Gilbert & Sullivan Players, one of the new every time you hear it,â€? he said. â€œPirates of Penzanceâ€? will run from July 13 to 22. Shows oldest standing Gilbert and Sullivan will be at 7:30 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Thursday, Wiley will be joined on stage by a constellation of troupes in the country. She went on to be a featured player and at 4 p.m. on Sundays, at Bethel Church. Tickets, Island stars. Joe Farmer, an accomplished tenor who has in the troupeâ€™s summer stock productions on Cape Cod. ranging in price from $20 to $7.50, depending on age and appeared in Vashon Opera productions, is playing the For decades, Anthony has been a mainstay of the status as a Drama Dock member, are on sale at www. role of Frederic, the love-struck hero of the show. His love Islandâ€™s theater community, directing, appearing in and brownpapertickets.com and the Vashon Bookshop. interest, Mabel, is played by Julea Gardener, a soprano producing many plays. Her most recent foray into Gilbert
Two bands, one night: Dance away at the Bike
Fendershine includes, from left, Rick Vanselow, Fletcher Andrews, Steve Meyer, Kim Thal and Eric Frith.
Music lovers can head out for a double-header of bands scheduled to play a night of free music, starting at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, at the Red Bicycle Bistro. One of the groups, Fendershine, is an all-Island ensemble made up of Rick Vanselow on guitar, Eric Frith on guitar, Steve Meyer on bass, Kim Thal on violin and Fletcher Andrews on drums. The musicians â€” who came together after listening to each other play in other Island groups â€” are known for a lively mix of
original songs and rarely covered rock â€˜nâ€™ roll songs. The other band, The Struggles, was formed in 2006. They play punk and rock â€˜nâ€™ roll and aim to get audiences on their feet and dancing. Band members include Andrews and three Seattle cohorts. One of the guitarists and vocalists, Dan Cauthorn, is well known throughout the Northwest as an alpinist and author. The Struggles also includes Truc Allen, who plays guitar
and sings, and bass player David Haavik. Expect a high-octane set that includes songs by such icons as The Kinks, The Clash, The Who, Sex Pistols, Green Day and Iggy Pop. The combined show is for all ages until 11 p.m. and 21 and older after that. Itâ€™s all part of an ongoing effort by Red Bicycle music coordinator Pete Welch to bring a variety of local bands to the stage of the popular watering hole and sushi spot.
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Small creatures and big bangs Independence Day on the Island The Fourth of July on Vashon started and ended loudly. The annual hydroplane race woke many at the crack of dawn (see pages 1 and 14). And fireworks at dusk over Quartermaster Harbor marked the dayâ€™s close, as seen in a photo taken from a hill above Dockton. In between, more than 700 Islanders and visitors made their way to Point Robinson for the annual Low Tide Celebration. This year the event took place on the Fourth of July for the first time. Top left, beachgoers at the Low Tide Celebration check out a starfish revealed by the dayâ€™s -3.2 tide. Bottom right, several organizations set up informative booths at Point Robinson. Bottom left, visitors to the point take a ride in the Blue Heron, a traditional Salish canoe that tribal members rowed from across the water for the festival.
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taken time because of the care Chaleoy has brought to the project, they said. Formerly Heatherâ€™s Homegrown CafĂŠ, the small space is now completely paneled in richly hued mahogany and teak, wood that she had shipped from Thailand, where it clad the interior of a 150-year-old home, she said. Artful lamps hang from a timbered ceiling. A U-shaped bar with polished wood counters juts out from the back wall. Chaleoy has kept the process under wraps, wanting the interior â€” a vast change from its former life as a breakfast-oriented cafĂŠ â€” to be a surprise. Sheâ€™s also given great attention to every detail, she said. â€œI want it to be perfect for Vashon people,â€? she said. â€œThey waited so long.â€? Chaleoy and Moore spoke at Nirvana, the nearby Indian restaurant, where they gathered for a celebratory meal with family, friends and the monks after their morning blessing last week. Chaleoy, 43, talked easily and warmly of her new venture, expressing gratitude toward the people who have helped her and excitement about what lies ahead. She came to the United States from Bangkok 16 years ago at the invitation of a friend and to study at the Washington Academy of Languages in Seattle. She was soon working in Thai restaurants â€” her first one the then-popular Fremont Noodle House â€” while pursuing her interest in fashion design and performance production. She attended both the Art Institute of Seattle and Cornish College of the Arts. But the program at Cornish was expensive, and she didnâ€™t finish it, she said. Along the way, however, she learned valuable skills, including painting, lighting and building â€” skills sheâ€™s put to use in the creation of her new restaurant.
May Chaleoy smiles and bows toward family members and friends after opening a gift from the monks during a blessing ceremony. The monks, including the Venerable Ritthi, left, and the Venerable Priyad, came from the Atammayatarama Buddhist Monastery in Woodinville. â€œSheâ€™s communicating with the electricians, the plumbers,â€? Moore said. â€œShe knows as much as they do.â€? It was serendipity that brought Moore into the picture. Moore lived in Thailand for 20 years, returning to the Seattle area a few months ago not sure what he would take on next but wanting to continue to practice his Thai language skills. He came to Vashon to visit a friend two months ago and, while at the Red Bicycle Bistro, ran into a Thai woman and began to talk to her, asking her if she knew anything about a Thai restaurant that was rumored to be in the works. That woman was Chaleoy, and on the spot, she offered to give him and his friend what amounted to a midnight tour of her place.
Moore, who once waited tables at the Four Seasons, is thrilled to be working at May Kitchen + Bar. â€œNow, Iâ€™m going to speak Thai every day,â€? he said, smiling. The small restaurant â€” it will seat about 60 â€” will be open seven days a week, with Chaleoy, a sous chef and Chaleoyâ€™s mother doing all of the cooking and food prep. For the first week, it will serve dinner only; after that, Chaleoy will begin a lunch menu, with a focus on noodle dishes. The menu will offer what she described as fairly traditional Thai food, including local seafood and nightly specials; dinners will be priced at $10 to $25, lunch at $8 to $10. She said she hopes to educate Vashon diners on some of the finer details of authentic
Thai food. The food doesnâ€™t come out all at once, for instance, but, rather, dish by dish; condiments on the table, meanwhile, are used to add to the spiciness and flavor of the food. In another nod to Thai culture, sheâ€™ll invite guests into the kitchen to talk to her about her food and see her and her small staff at work. Those who order to-go will come to the back door to get their food, a door that opens to the kitchen. A connection between the dining room and the kitchen is common in restaurants in Thailand, Moore said. For Chaleoy, it will enable her to meet her guests and get feedback. â€œAnd that way, people who work in the kitchen donâ€™t feel stuck there,â€? she said. She hopes her restaurant wonâ€™t take away from others on Vashon. In fact, she said, sheâ€™s working with Rohit Sharma, owner of Nirvana, a restaurant she likes, helping him with his eateryâ€™s interior design. â€œWe have to support each other,â€? she said of the restaurateurs on Vashon. Meanwhile, she knows sheâ€™ll be exceedingly busy when her doors open in a few days. Many have been asking about the new eatery; she knows thereâ€™s a keen interest in her place. But she said sheâ€™ll have an excellent staff as well as her mother â€” who speaks very little English â€” at her side, and sheâ€™s ready for what will come. â€œIf I have my sous chef right next to me and my mother preps, and if I have a dishwasher, I can handle it,â€? she said. â€œIâ€™m not worried.â€?
May Kitchen + Bar will be open 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and until 10 or 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Its website, still under construction, is www.maykitchen.com. Or call the restaurant at 408-7415.
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Nancy Brocard from Pogacha Restaurant in Bellevue
Saturday, July 14th
Delicious Croatian-style Pizza called â€œPogachasâ€?
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Retired Restaurateur, Nancy Brocard, from Pogacha Restaurant in Bellevue will be the guest Chef at the Eagles July 14. She is donating her talent and time to raise money for Relay for Life. Available to the public from 4PM to 8PM, you can purchase a Delicious croatian style Pizza called Pogachas. The Pogachaâ€™s are good and make a nice one person size pizza. Pogacha normally is a small, thin Croatian dinner roll, but Brocardâ€™s are as big as dinner plates. The 5 secret blend of white cheeses â€“ make the usual rubbery-cheese effect disappear.
$12 10depending on toppings
Available to the public from 4PM to 8PM
MASTER SWIMMERS COACHING: The Vashon Pool has a class for lap swimmers looking for a more interesting workout. A professional triathlon trainer will video-record swimmersâ€™ strokes and give them feedback. Masters are anyone over 18 who can swim across the pool. Mondays and Wednesdays, 6 to 7:30 a.m. Drop in for $5 or $40 for 10 punches on a card. Call the pool at 463-3787 for details.
Do the Burby: Organizers get set for the run
Three boats finish 4th of July hydro race
By GLENNA MILESON For The Beachcomber
By RIK FORSCHMIEDT For The Beachcomber
Five vintage outboard hydroplanes were in the water and running as the sun came up over Quartermaster Harbor on July 4. Four of the tiny boats headed out past Jensen Point at 5:25 a.m. for the traditional circumnavigation of the Island. Evan Mattingly, this yearâ€™s winner, returned to Jensen Point 40 minutes and 36 seconds later. Ty Christophersen, the only boat to run the entire length last year, was a few minutes behind Mattingly, and Chris Van Buskirk came in third. Paul Hoffman was almost home when his boat broke down off Dockton Park. Larry Fullerâ€™s engine ran perfectly, but Fuller hadnâ€™t found a propeller that would move the boat fast enough to get up on a plane, so he returned
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Evan Mattingly, this yearâ€™s winner, gets a hug from fiancee Jennie Sikorski as he displays the perpetual trophy. to shore after the other boats departed. Mattingly said the water was a little bumpy heading north up the east side, but the west side was â€œlike glass.â€? He said the finish was the first for him in three tries. Between him and his brother Ryan, who was in his supporting crew, it was about six tries for the family before a finish. Christophersen, who ran with borrowed
engine parts last year, said this was a better run and a minute quicker. The annual run, not really a formal race, dates back to the heyday of hydroplane racing in the Northwest when the late Ted Jones, who revolutionized hydroplane design, lived on Vashon and many Islanders were active on the local limited class circuit. Now the few remaining boats are seldom run except in July.
Preparations are under way for the 32nd annual Bill Burby Inspirational Fun Run. The popular run takes place each year on the Saturday morning of the Strawberry Festival, right before the grand parade. Vashon High School track coaches Andy Sears and Kevin Ross continue this community event, which was started more than three decades ago by other high school coaches. This year putting on the race will be a little bit easier, as supplies are now neatly organized in a new shed built by Jefferson Douglas for his Eagle Scout project. â€œHe just did a great job,â€? Sears said. â€œCan a shed be beautiful?â€? Douglas, a junior at VHS, gives credit to Alex DeHaven of Little Foot Structures for support with materials, design and labor. The young men used pulpwood for framing materials and recycled treetops that are usually thrown away. The shed also features a glass door, which Sears hopes will deter break-ins. Ross will mark the race course along the Dilworth loop, a course he laid out several years ago. On race day, Ross will also be on the starting line wearing bib No. 1, an honor he earns each year by being the very first to register online for the event.
Runners begin the 2011 Bill Burby Inspirational Fun Run. He and his high school teammate, Aaron Burby, have been running in the event since they were high schoolers. The race is named for Burbyâ€™s late father, a VHS football coach and one of the original race founders. Ross is also hopeful that heâ€™ll earn that No. 1 by coming in first this year. â€œIt gets a little harder to beat the youngsters, but you got to keep trying,â€? he said. Sears will be on site hours before the start of the race with volunteers from his basketball team to set up water stations and monitor traffic. He will also be at the starting line, megaphone in hand, to count down the start. Russ Brazill, former VHS track coach and one of the race founders, will fire off the starting gun. The event includes a 10K race, a 5K race and a 5K walk, and has become a tradition for
many Island families. For the coaches, it also provides muchneeded funding to their athletic programs. Sponsorships cover race expenses so proceeds can go directly to support athletics and the annual Burby Wellness scholarship, given to a high school senior who demonstrates commitment to physical fitness. The run will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday, July 21, by the VYFS Playspace on Vashon Highway. Registration is $20 for adults and $15 for children and includes a T-shirt. Register online at www. billburbyrace.org until July 19. Same-day registration will begin at 8 a.m., for an additional $10 per adult or $5 per child. For more information, contact burby10K5K@ aol.com.
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Tennis lovers turn out for â€˜Winebledonâ€™ tournament
Last month the Vashon Tennis Club, a no-fee group of tennis enthusiasts, played two days of intense tennis in the annual Winebledon Tennis Tournament, hosted by the Vashon Winery. On Saturday, June 30, 11 doubles teams played each other in roundrobin fashion, each match consisting of four games. Each team played 40 games to determine seeding for Sundayâ€™s brackets. On Sunday, all teams were assigned to either the winnersâ€™ or losersâ€™ bracket, depending on their round-robin record. Emerging as overall victors of this year (pictured from left to right) were Rick Dusette and Eli Stahl over Alan Warneke and Dick Cushing. Winners of the consolation bracket were Tom Skarshaug and Steve Fugate (playing for injured Mike DeBlasi) over Ron Irvine and Greg Parrott.
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June 4: A civil problem was reported at a home on the 24600 block of Vashon Highway. June 7: An outbuilding on the 11900 block of Vashon Highway was broken into and items were stolen. June 9: A home on the 10400 block of 240th Place was broken into and items were stolen. The home may have been unlocked. An assault occurred during a get-together at a home on the 18300 block of Vashon Highway. June 11: Credit card fraud was reported at a home on the 24000 block of 129th Avenue. June 12: A hit-and-run accident occurred on the 10300 block of Vashon Highway. The suspect intentionally rammed the victimâ€™s vehicle. June 13: A man displayed public drunkenness near Bank of America and urinated on a sign. He was transported to the hospital for detox. A vehicle parked at the Vashon-Maury Community Food Bank was broken into. June 16: The Hardware Store Restaurant was broken into by a transient who entered through an unlocked window. The suspect attempted to steal three bottles of wine, but was caught by the restaurantâ€™s night crew. June 18: A man was trespassed from Thrifway. June 20: An individual pulled over on the 15000 block of Vashon Highway was driving under the influence.
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on New Yearâ€™s Day and then on the Fourth of July â€” for more than half a century. The event has garnered both criticism and praise over the years, with some Islanders complaining about the window-shaking noise the boats make early in the morning and others defending the race, saying itâ€™s an Island institution. Some even call the annual event the beginning of summer. â€œThis is the fabric of Vashon,â€? said Brian Brenno, a multi-generational Islander who has been involved in the race since he was young. He kept time for it this year. â€œThis is the kind of thing that native Islanders bemoan, of changes on Vashon. â€Ś If they shut it down, it would be horrible.â€? Brenno said police have threatened to shut down the race before and may have even done so one year, but this is the first time he believes a permitting issue has come up. Knauss, who has been with the marine unit for seven years, said he hadnâ€™t heard of the hydroplane race until last week, when the sheriffâ€™s office received a large number of calls from people complaining about the noise. â€œIt was off the hook this year,â€? he said. Knauss, informed of the complaints, sent deputies from the marine unit to investigate and possibly issue fines at 6:30 a.m. on the Fourth. But by the time they arrived, the race was over. He said that Vashon sheriffâ€™s deputies were aware of the annual event, and heâ€™s not sure why the sheriffâ€™s office hasnâ€™t intervened in the past.
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â€œMaybe itâ€™s just an Island thing that we donâ€™t know about over here in the offices downtown,â€? he said. Besides not having a marine event permit issued by the county or event insurance, Knauss said the racers definitely break sound ordinances each year and likely break speed limits as well. Often permits for boat races provide exemptions from marine regulations, allowing participants to break speed laws and sound ordinances during the event. Knauss said itâ€™s possible the sheriffâ€™s office will allow the race to carry on as usual, but participants must apply for a permit, explain their plan for safety and work with the county to gain the exemptions. He is now working to contact race participants so they can make a plan for next year. â€œI would hate to cite people for reckless boating if they could do it safely and legally and have the permit in hand,â€? he said. Islanders, meanwhile, are speaking up in support of the Fourth of July racers, affectionately called the â€œhydrosâ€? by many. Talk on Facebook has been predominately in support of the race, any many reached by The Beachcomber said they know there are complaints every year but donâ€™t personally know anyone who objects to the races. â€œIâ€™ve never talked to anyone here who says itâ€™s ridiculous,â€? said Jeff Raymond, who lives on Quartermaster Harbor â€œTo me, itâ€™s a 50-plus year tradition on the Island, and Iâ€™m all for it. Itâ€™s one day, and the naysayers can all pound sand for that matter.â€? Jean Bosch, who lives on Paradise Cove, said sheâ€™s been woken by the hydroplanes many times and doesnâ€™t like it, but she would hate to see the race end.
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â€œA lot of people love it,â€? Bosch said. â€œIâ€™ve been annoyed by it myself, but I do have a soft spot for it in my heart.â€? Race participants say they suspect those who call the sheriffâ€™s office to complain may be new to the Island and donâ€™t understand the tradition behind the event. More boats made it around the Island this year, meaning the noise may have been louder. â€œThere are a lot of new faces on Vashon,â€? Fuller said. â€œItâ€™s possible they havenâ€™t heard of it.â€? Knauss said that since one Islander posted the sergeantâ€™s contact information on VashonAll, a popular listserv, he has gotten calls and emails both in support of and complaining about the race. He wasnâ€™t sure how many complained but said that most who were upset said they wouldnâ€™t mind as much if they noise werenâ€™t so early. He believes the sheriffâ€™s office may allow the racers to break noise ordinances but will
ask them to do it later in the day. â€œThat seems to be the main generator of the complaints,â€? Knauss said. â€œMaybe thereâ€™s some wiggle room there, in the reasonableness of the hour of day.â€? Chris Van Buskirk, a hydroplane racer who noted that hundreds took posts along the shore to watch the event this year, said heâ€™s willing to apply for a permit, but it would be difficult to hold the race later in the day. The small, light boats, he said, need calm water to operate on. â€œWe canâ€™t really start later because itâ€™s more rough. ... We prefer to keep it the way itâ€™s been for the last 57 years.â€? For now, racers say theyâ€™re waiting to be contacted by the sheriffâ€™s office. They say they canâ€™t imagine the tradition ending, but theyâ€™re eager to learn what it would take to make it legal. â€œI guess weâ€™ll all know at 5:30 next Forth of July, wonâ€™t we?â€? said Van Buskirk.
Edeen Parrish, a resident of Vashon Island since 2002, died on June 15. She was 89. Edeen had a lifelong passion for learning and education. A teacher, librarian, scientist, spiritualist, poet and a dedicated conservationist, she was a world traveler who never met a stranger she couldnâ€™t share with or a rock she didnâ€™t like. She loved the present moment and few things were more important than good conversation and a hot cup of tea. She was a prolific writer of essays, musings and poetry spanning more than six decades. She once said â€œI am, therefore, I write.â€? Earlier this year, she published a volume of poetry under the title â€œCelebrating Life, Sharing the Grief, Trusting the Unknown.â€? Most recently, she was working on her memoirs. Family was always front and center in her life. She encouraged each to be the best they could be â€“ setting the bar high and celebrating every achievement. A failure was never a failure; it was merely an alternate route to success. She loved folk dancing and met her husband Harry Kirschner when they were both members of the Sno-King Folk Dance Club in Lynnwood, WA. They married in 1993. They were active members of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship both in Seattle and after moving to Vashon. Family and friends will remember Edeen especially for her irrepressible curiosity, sense of humor, pragmatism and unflagging courage in staring down even the most daunting of lifeâ€™s challenges. She was born Clara Ella Deen Marlow on January 6, 1923 in Putnam County, Tenn. to William James Carmen and Roxie Edmonds Marlow. After her mother died in 1939, she moved with her father and sister Hazel to California. In 1941 she married James Goforth and the two settled in Ojai to raise three daughters. They were divorced in 1974. She was librarian at Nordhoff, Buena and Ventura High Schools and taught geology at Ventura Community College until she retired in 1979. In 1975, she married Clyde Parrish. After he died in 1979, she moved to Washington to be near her family. She is survived by her husband Harry Kirschner, sister Beverly McKenney of Old Hickory, TN; daughters Jeanne Greatorex of Watsonville, CA, Kimberly Goforth and son-in-law Eric Gill of Vashon, Diana Clarke of Everett, WA; grandchildren Martin and Jeff Greatorex, Christopher and Matthew Wright, Amanda Clarke and Thane and Tate Gill; niece Tamara Steiner of Clayton, CA, and 11 great-grandchildren. Her sister Hazel died in 2001. On July 15 from 2-5 p.m., there will be a Celebration of Life and potluck luncheon for friends and family at Lisabuela Park on the west side of Vashon Island. Please bring your memories and a dish to share. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the Vashon Island Unitarian Fellowship. To leave condolences and messages for the family, please visit the online guest book at www.islandfuneral.com.
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Found cat on the north end. Long hair spayed female Siamese mix turned over to VIPP on July 3rd. She has been hanging around the 11800 block of 105th Ave.
PERFECT PAIRING Usiku, the Swahili name for Midnight and his brother Chui, the Swahili
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name for Leopard have had their share of adventures in their three short years. Adopted in South Carolina, Usiku and Chui moved with their family to Vashon this past year. In June, their family moved back to their home in Kenya and they were unable to take these two sweet boys with them. Usiku (Siku for short) is magnificent boy. Despite his large size, Siku is really a bit of a coward who has been known to be intimidated by little kittens and big deer. He had a tough time adjusting to the shelter at first but after setting up digs in the shelter bathroom, both Siku and Chui quickly showed the volunteers their real side. Siku loves being petted and he does head bumps for love. He and Chui get along great and are wonderful and mellow cats - they are in our Purrfect Pairings Program where when you adopt one cat, the fee for the second cat is 1/2 off.
is a beautiful seven year old tri-colored rough-coated collie. She is very friendly, but alert and a good guard dog. Holly loves people and can get along with other dogs, but is an alpha female and would do best in a home with no other pets or small children. Visit VIPP.org or call 206707-2218 to find out more about Holly or meet her. $125 adoption fee. Follow VIPP on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/ Vashon-Island-Pet-Protectors
More animals and info at www.vipp.org
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Published on Jul 10, 2012