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Paddleboarding started in Hawaii. Now, some here are standing on boards.
By LESLIE BROWN Staff Writer
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When Lollie Groth lived in Maui, she loved to catch waves while surfing with her friends. Now, living in Burton, she says she likes to “walk” on water. Groth is one of a growing number of Islanders who have caught on to an emerging aquatic sport: stand-up paddleboarding. The Vashon Park District has even caught the craze and now offers two paddleboards to rent by the hour at its kayak center. Vashon is the perfect place to paddle, Groth said, as its many harbors and inlets shelter paddlers from the wind and waves. And paddling from her home on the Burton Peninsula, she said, she’s often joined by seals that swim curiously around her. “It’s really sort of calming,” she said. “It’s kind of like walking but on the water, or kayaking except you’re standing up.” Stand-up paddleboarding originated decades ago in Hawaii when surfers began to stand or kneel on their boards and propel themselves with one paddle, sometimes catching waves in the process. The new sport made its way to the
neighbors on each side have gotten boards, too. “Two summers ago there was like one, and now there’s like six,” Croonquist said. “A lot of people are finding out about it.” While many describe paddleboarding as calming and even meditative, Croonquist says it’s also fun to cut through the water fast, and paddling quickly
Ken Maaz, a much-admired administrator who has played a lead role in the social services arena on Vashon, is stepping down from the helm of Vashon Youth & Family Services to take a position as the head of an Enumclaw-based agency. Maaz said it was a difficult decision to leave VYFS, where he has served as the executive director for a little more than two years. But the offer he received from The Ashley House, which runs five residential homes for medically fragile children, was an attractive one, in part because the organization offers health insurance and other benefits. VYFS does not provide health insurance to its employees. And because Maaz has what the insurance industry considers a preexisting condition, he’s been unable to purchase insurance as an individual, he said. “I’m very happy where I am. I love Vashon,” said Maaz, who’s 57. But the offer he received from The Ashley House “was substantial,” he said. “It included
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Lollie Groth, who lives part-time on Vashon, says paddlebaording on Quartermaster Harbor is relaxing. mainland United States, and now most surf shops and kayak retailers in the Puget Sound area offer special paddleboards as well. The standing paddlers — sometimes clad in wet suits, other times in no more than a bathing suit — are frequently spotted on Lake Union and at other hot spots for water sports. Some kayak centers even offer classes teaching people how to do yoga and pilates on the floating boards.
In recent years the trend made its way to the quiet shores of Vashon. On calm days, paddlers can often be seen at KVI Beach, Tramp Harbor and Quartermaster Harbor. “It’s becoming more and more popular around where we are,” said Mia Croonquist, a high school rower who lives on inner Quartermaster Harbor. Croonquist’s family has a couple of paddleboards and their
In Burton, a sense of place connects people By WILL NORTH For The Beachcomber
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Coffee stand owner Kathy Kush, right, is an anchor of Burton.
ertrude Stein, the renowned author and art collector who lived in Paris most of her life, famously said of Oakland, Calif., the place where she spent her childhood, “There is no there there.” America is full of placeless places, the kind of communities or neighborhoods you could be parachuted into and, because they are so homogenized and soulless, you’d have no idea where you were.
Vashon isn’t one of them. And yet there have been losses. There used to be lots of “theres” here on Vashon Island, by which I mean small but distinct communities anchored by the kinds of businesses Posters at the Burton and services that act as Coffee Stand speak to life’s many mysterthe pivots around which ies. See Will North’s community life revolves. column, page 8. But with the construction of Vashon Highway linking north and south and the decline of the 30 steamer docks served by the Mosquito Fleet, Vashon SEE BURTON, 9
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A passenger-only ferry that once served Vashon sank off the coast of Tanzania last week with more than 280 people on board. Zanzibar authorities say that as many as 144 people may have been killed in the accident. The Associated Press reported last Wednesday that the MV Skagit, which served the Vashon to Seattle route until 2009, sank during a regular trip from the eastern African nation to the island of Zanzibar. About 70 passengers were confirmed dead last week, and around 80 were missing
and presumed dead as rescue operations were called off three days after the accident. According to the AP, the Skagit experienced difficulties that day after sailing into strong winds. The Skagit was used by Washington State Ferries from 1990 until 2009, when King County began to provide passenger service between Vashon and downtown Seattle. WSF sold the boat, along with its sister boat the MV Kalama, in 2011. During use by WSF, the Skagitâ€™s capacity was limited to 250
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Several new vendors join Vashonâ€™s thriving Farmers Market By SUSAN RIEMER Staff Writer
The Farmers Market is a busy place each Saturday, when Islanders and visitors alike stop by to peruse a rich array of Island-grown or Island-crafted items, from fresh-picked produce to hand-carved wooden bowls. Sales this year have surpassed previous records, according to market manager Rebecca Wittman, who attributes the success, in part, to the diverse lineup of vendors each week. Several new merchants joined the bustling market this spring, adding to the variety of what is found there, including three businesses offering food good for both body and soul.
Tease Chocolates Colorfully wrapped chocolate bars with exotic names â€” Geishaâ€™s Pleasure, Salty Mermaid, Spicey Mayan â€” line the table in front of Islander Julie Farrell at the Tease Chocolates market booth. Samples are at the ready, and truffles are hidden away, keeping cool under the summer sun. The bars are Farrellâ€™s version of some popular choices, she said: Bittersweet chocolate, toffee and salt; milk chocolate with toasted almonds and mild pasilla pepper; dark chocolate, matcha green tea and organic puffed brown rice. Other favorites include
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Among the new vendors are Julie Farrell (left), Anu and Birbal Rana (center) and Mary and Richard Thomas (right). pistachio butter crunch and what she calls Ginger Lips, dark chocolate over organic crystallized ginger. â€œThere are only so many ingredients,â€? she said. â€œI wanted to come up with my own super delicious versions.â€? Farrell, a certified chocolatier, began her professional life in Wisconsin as an MBA working for General Electric, where she expected to be for the rest of her life. Fortunately for local chocolate lovers, her life took a different turn, fueled in part by the recession, which landed her at a temp agency. â€œIn 2008, I woke up one day with the thought to do something I love, and that was chocolate,â€? she said. With that, she enrolled in a certification program, interned at a variety of chocolate-based businesses, including Theo Chocolates in Fremont, and found her way to Vashon in 2011 with
her husband Topher Farrell, who assists with the growing company. They had been living in the former Rainier Brewery in Seattle, which is home to several artists and has its own art walk, for which she made chocolate. â€œIt was a huge hit,â€? she said. That was the beginning of Tease Chocolates â€” more of a hobby at the time than a full-fledged business. But with the coupleâ€™s move to Vashon, she delved more fully into it, and the business is growing. She now makes her chocolates in the kitchen at Vashon Cohousing, using fair trade chocolate and organic ingredients. In addition to the Farmers Market, her chocolates are available online; soon they will be at Minglement and a Whole Foods store near downtown Seattle. In the coming weeks, she and her husband plan to undertake a bean-to-bar
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Anu Ranaâ€™s Healthy Kitchen Sharing a booth with Tease Chocolates each week is Birbal Rana, who sells healthy baked goods made by his wife, Anu Rana. The cookies, bars and assorted treats are all made with nutritious ingredients: nuts, dried fruit and natural sugars from honey, maple syrup and dates. They contain no flour, dairy, sugar,
eggs, soy or preservatives, and are â€” according to the companyâ€™s Facebook page â€” â€œjunk free and guilt free.â€? Anu cooks all the time at home, she said, drawing from a variety of countries: Japan, the United States and Nepal, where the couple is from. With two children, she routinely experiments to find a healthy way to feed them, and when there is extra, she shares with her neighbors. â€œThey enjoy my food,â€? she said. Indeed, friends suggested she sell her treats at the market, and now she offers 13 types of cookies and an assortment of other goods. â€œI am always making new items all the time,â€? she said. Sometimes people will stop by the booth, hoping to find a treat they had enjoyed previously, only to find it is not offered in the dayâ€™s lineup, and that has
frequently turned out well, too, Birbal said. â€œThey do try the new ones, and they like them,â€? he said. The Ranas also offer their goods at Minglement, and the company is growing. â€œWeâ€™re getting nice feedback from people,â€? Birbal said. Anu is a familiar face to many because of her job at Thriftway. Birbal is a hydrologist who works from home. The two have lived on Vashon for almost eight years, they said, and moved to the Island because they have friends here. Looking ahead, they say they will definitely stay at the market through this season and are still working on some aspects of the company, such as packaging their goods. â€œPeople like it a lot,â€? Anu said. â€œThe main thing is that.â€?
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A few miles away from the market, guests who find their way to the home of Richard and Mary Thomson in the Reddings Beach neighborhood are greeted by an abundance of flowering gardens, but a little exploring takes them directly to pens of pigs, including a multitude of frolicking and nursing piglets. The Thomsons will sell some and raise others, in a way that they say is humane for the animals and healthier for humans. Animals raised in large production facilities are often confined to crates. At the Thomson farm, which also includes chickens and sheep, the animals are free to move around outside and eat what they would naturally. â€œItâ€™s how it is supposed to be,â€? Richard said. At the market, the
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Thomsons sell their meat, all USDA-slaughtered and butchered off-Island, and to broaden their selection, sell other meat, too, much of it raised locally, including beef from near Olympia and bison from Olympia and Wisconsin. In addition to the animals having a better life when they live outside and graze, the meat is higher quality, they said. Grassfed beef has less cholesterol than beef from grain-fed cows, Richard noted, and both grass-fed beef and lamb taste much better. â€œI wonâ€™t sell anything that has not been pastureraised,â€? he added. The two come to the market each week and also sell meat directly from their home. Initially, Richard and Mary said they raised animals to provide food for friends and their family, which includes three grown children. It became a natural progression to the work they are doing now, Mary said, which also is fulfilling one of Richardâ€™s longtime dreams. Richard, noting his earlier work included international banking and serving as a general contractor, said, â€œIâ€™ve always wanted to farm.â€?
NEWS BRIEFS Island man collapses during festival parade An elderly Islander collapsed while marching in the Strawberry Festival parade and was transported to a Seattle hospital by Vashon medics. The man, a participant in the Color Guard, was carrying a weapon and marching with several others when he started to stagger, said Anthony DeNatale, who rushed out to help him. â€œI grabbed him and got him to the car,â€? said DeNatale, who used to work as a volunteer firefighter in Bonney Lake. The man turned to DeNatale
and said, â€œThank God you showed up. I said, â€˜Iâ€™m not going to let you go down,â€™â€? DeNatale recalled. George Brown, assistant chief at Vashon Island Fire & Rescue, said the man was taken to a Seattle hospital. Because of confidentiality rules, he couldnâ€™t comment about his condition, except to say he was transported â€œwithout further incident.â€?
County lands to get additional protection King County plans to add five Vashon properties, including its newly acquired site on Maury Island, to a preservation program that would provide the parks and natural areas added environmental protection. An open house to discuss the additions will be held tomorrow from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Dockton Park.
Under the preservation program â€” an amendment to the county charter overwhelmingly approved by voters in 2009 â€” the sale of designated properties, or any change in their use, would require a supermajority vote by the King County Council as opposed to a simple majority. Sharon Clausen, a project manager at for the countyâ€™s parks department, said the program is like a safeguard, protecting land purchased for conservation from sale or other significant changes. She added that the program doesnâ€™t have any bearing on rules for community use at the parks. â€œThe county wants to keep (this land) in perpetuity, and one way to do that is to make it difficult
to make changes,â€? she said. â€œOver time, elected officials change, management changes. This is kind of like a guarantee.â€?
New marine division chief hired Paul Brodeur, a maritime executive with Washington State Ferries, has been named director of the King County Department of Transportationâ€™s Marine Division. Brodeur is a 32-year maritime industry veteran with 16 years of direct experience working with passengeronly ferry operations. He replaces Scott Davis, who will retire this fall. â€œPaul brings a wealth of maritime background and experience to our Marine
Division,â€? Department of Transportation Director Harold Taniguchi said. â€œAs he takes the helm, Paul will oversee many exciting projects, including the acquisition of new vessels and working to secure a replacement dock along the downtown Seattle waterfront.â€? Brodeur recently completed a three-vessel new construction program ahead of schedule and under budget, according to a news release. His implementation of a biodiesel fuel program for the state ferry fleet received national recognition.
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Vashon Youth & Family Services is an excellent organization â€” the only agency on Vashon that offers a full suite of services to those in need. Indeed, VYFS is probably doing more to keep the safety net intact on Vashon than any other single organization. Itâ€™s both ironic and disappointing, then, to learn that the agency hasnâ€™t found a way to put a critical part of that safety net under its own employees. As we learned this week when talking to Ken Maaz about his decision to leave the agency, VYFS doesnâ€™t offer health or dental benefits to any of its employees. If it did, itâ€™s possible Vashon wouldnâ€™t be losing Maaz â€” arguably the best administrator the organization has ever had â€” to an off-Island agency that offers a full benefits package. The impact of his departure will be considerable. In his two short years at the helm of VYFS, Maaz has established himself as a strong and strategic leader, not only at his agency but in the broader social services arena on Vashon. VYFSâ€™s failure to provide benefits is not an indictment of the organization. It doesnâ€™t offer health insurance because it canâ€™t afford to. Maaz, meanwhile, a 57-year-old man with a pre-existing condition, canâ€™t purchase it privately. And so it is that VYFS and the director it stands to lose are emblematic of one our nationâ€™s greatest social crises. At the same time, we urge the VYFS board to do all it can to find the funds in its slim budget to provide such benefits. Itâ€™s only right that an organization with a mission to foster â€œa community of emotionally healthy, resourceful families and individualsâ€? ensure that its own employees have access to affordable health care.
The madness of our gun laws In the aftermath of the bloody rampage at a movie theater outside of Denver, Colo., one thing is missing: A collective sense of outrage over this countryâ€™s insane inability to regulate and limit gun ownership. Both Pres. Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney offered condolences to the grieving families; both spoke passionately about the horror of the incident. But neither addressed the glaring set of questions that for many of us is front and center. How is it that a young man can purchase 6,000 rounds of ammunition by mail order? How is it that he had an assault rifle, the same high-capacity clips that soldiers use, tear gas and combat gear? And what rational human being could possibly suggest that his ability to purchase what the New York Times called â€œtools of terrorâ€? is what our nationâ€™s founders meant when they crafted the Second Amendment? According to a recent article in The New Yorker, the United States has the highest rate of gun ownership in the world. Yemen is next, with a gun-ownership ratio half of ours. â€œNo civilian population,â€? wrote Jill Lepore in her article, titled â€œBattleground America,â€? â€œis more powerfully armed.â€? A strong, effective and misguided gun lobby is largely to blame for this horrific situation, and of course the National Rifle Association is at the heart of that lobby. And the NRA has a presence on Vashon, albeit a quiet and limited one. So while thereâ€™s little we can do to shape this distant debate, many of us can take a small step or two. We can stand up to the NRA, quit if weâ€™re members and call on our elected leaders to have the courage to confront this madness.
improves and people are able to get back to work The Farm Bill is up for reauwith jobs that thorization again this year, and offer a livable proposed cuts could hurt families income, those on Vashon that are already strugrolls will go gling. back down. The Farm Bill, renewed every Here on five years, is a huge piece of federal Vashon, we legislation. are not immune. The Vashon Many assume the mega-bill Maury Community Food Bank is affects only big corporate farms serving nearly 15 percent of our and the kinds of government subIsland population over the course sidies they receive. But this critical of a year. The state Department of piece of legislation also provides Social Health and Servicesâ€™ mobile a venue for developing policies office has worked with and signed that support smaller farmers, up 309 Vashon households for encourage local food production food stamps in its visits since the and regulate genetically modified fall of 2010, and Vashon currently crops and our food supply. On top has 478 households receiving of that, a huge percentage of the SNAP benefits, according to state Farm Bill is dedicated to federal records. nutrition programs. In the Farm Bill this year â€” an Our nationâ€™s number one election year â€” political posturprogram to prevent hunger is ing is rampant. One of the biggest the Supplemental Nutrition items under attack is the SNAP Assistance Program (SNAP), program, a program doing its the federal food stamp program designed job better than most funded through the Farm Bill. federal programs out there. A Currently, about 46 million common myth is that the program Americans rely on food stamps is hugely abused. The reality is to help put food that this proon the table. The gram has one 8IFSFGPPECBOLTBOENFBM of the smallreach and impact of this program est percentQSPHSBNTMFBWFPGG GPPE far outweigh of abuse TUBNQTDBOGJMMJOBOEWJDF ages the offerings of of any federal WFSTBUPTPNFEFHSFF food banks and program. The meal programs. abuse, when The relationship it does occur, between grassroots hunger relief is most often at the retailer level. nonprofits offering direct food Additionally, many families services and SNAP is one of comon SNAP are working, just not plimentary support. Where food enough to cover basic living banks and meal programs leave expenses, whether that is due to off, food stamps can fill in and low wages or Islandersâ€™ ability vice versa to some degree. to secure only limited, part-time Food stamp benefits, while lifework, the kind of jobs that are very saving, are not considerable. The prevalent on Vashon. average benefit is $1.49 per meal The U.S. Senate recently passed or $4.46 per day. SNAP rolls have a version of the Farm Bill that climbed significantly with the contains $4.5 billion in cuts to recession, which is the purpose the food stamp program. The of the program â€” a safety net House version, called the Federal designed to help Americans during Agriculture Reform and Risk hard economic times with higher Management (FARRM) Act, unemployment and underemwhich just passed in the House ployment. As the economy truly Agriculture Committee, is even
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worse: It would cut $16.5 billion from SNAP. Such a huge cut would eliminate food assistance to 2 to 3 million low-income people and kick some 280,000 children off of the free school meal program, where eligibility is tied to being enrolled in SNAP. The House bill would also reinstate asset tests and eliminate the ability of states to adopt broader eligibility criteria. In Washington, 80,000 people currently receiving SNAP benefits would be dropped from the program. It would also end a state option to coordinate the LowIncome Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and food stamp benefits. The cut in this â€œheat and eatâ€? option alone would equate to 234,000 households in Washington state alone losing about $90 per month in food stamp benefits. On the ground, that means that to qualify for food stamps, your car would have to be market valued at less than $5,000 (regardless of how little equity you may actually have in the vehicle) and you would be penalized and dropped (or not qualify) if you managed to have savings of anything over $2,000. For families needing a hand through a tough spot, temporary job loss or health issues, this is devastating. This is at odds with building strength and resiliency in families to overcome or avoid long term-poverty. The Farm Bill may seem far away and removed from our lives here on Vashon. But in fact, how Congress responds to the 2012 version will greatly affect Vashon residents who are struggling. I talked with some food stamp recipients here in our community about the impacts of even losing $90 per month in benefits on their families (the Senate version). The stories were devastating. If these proposed cuts go through, some of our neighbors will likely go hungry and children will suffer nutritionally, despite the best efforts of our community, our food bank and our various meal programs to ensure everyone has food on their table.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Arts Center
One shiny, new building wonâ€™t hurt our look
Can I throw a few more words on the fire regarding the proposed Vashon Allied Artsâ€™ performing arts center? Driving Vashon Highway at least once a day and being peripherally aware, Iâ€™ve pondered what the brouhaha is all about. This is an Island-long avenue of hodgepodge architecture that really wonâ€™t be affected, influenced or upset by one shiny new building. VAA touches and serves this entire community. They are offering a new venue to provide Vashon more of what we all claim to love: artistic expression. Is this loggerhead distinctive? Apparently not. I just read that a four-acre, Frank Gehrydesigned memorial to President Eisenhower in Washington, D.C., which would replace a concrete swath surround-ed by parked cars, has been held up over design conflicts. So hang in there, VAA. From what I see, itâ€™s not personal, itâ€™s process. â€” Margaret Heffelfinger
New project is welcome
The Drama Dock board of directors strongly supports Vashon Allied Artsâ€™ ongoing
efforts to construct the Vashon Center for the Arts (VCA). Drama Dock is a 36-year-old nonprofit that has worked closely with VAA for many years. We have used its current 100-year-old facility to stage many productions, and the idea of working in a new, modern facility has us ecstatic. Some concerns have been expressed regarding the size of or even the need for such a facility, given that Vashon High School is building a new theater, but there are several reasons why construction of the VCA should proceed. The new Vashon High School facility will be a smaller venue and has been designed primarily as a theater and to meet other school needs. That is how it should be. Vashon Island is blessed with a vibrant community of both visual and performing artists. These individuals provide a range of exhibits and performances â€” from ballet to drama, opera, sculpture, painting, photography and more. The VCA will provide a home for all of these. It will have a gallery for our visual artists and a 300-seat theater that will be perfect for music, dance and drama of all kinds. The location is centrally located on the main highway, easy for anyone to find. The current VAA center, the Blue Heron, is heavily used for performances and rehearsal space
for drama and dance. Because of its age and design, it is inadequate by anyoneâ€™s standards. This opportunity is a great one for Vashon residents, one that will positively affect the entire community for years to come. A facility like this will not only add to the quality of life for our citizens, it will assist the business community as well. â€” Gaye Detzer, president, Drama Dock board of directors
Letâ€™s use extra money to retire bond sooner In regard to The Beachcomberâ€™s article â€œHigh school project gets infusion of state moneyâ€? (July 18), this may be a naive question, but why does the school district feel that the state money will â€œprovide flexibility to spend it on other capital projects,â€? as an administrator was quoted as saying, projects that failed to get voter approval? Could it not be better used toward paying off the bonds to relieve our taxpayers? â€” Edra Haynes
Our country has been stolen from the people What has essentially destroyed the American economy are a confluence of the 2001 Bush tax cuts for the wealthy; the trillions wasted
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American Hero Quilts sends 100 quilts each month to Afghanistan for those wounded in the war. Recently, because of health concerns, we were not able to pack those quilts up and send them off. EMT Rachel Ehlers, firefighter Joe Wolfe and Capt. Josh Dueweke from Vashon Island Fire & Rescue stepped in recently and hauled the quilts up from their storage space in the wine cellar, boxed them, loaded them in a truck and delivered them to The Country Store, which began the shipping process. Chief Hank Lipe coordinated the whole effort. These folks truly are heroes. Thank you.
A big bouquet of seaflowers to The Beachcomber for the advance publicity for the Low Tide Celebration and in particular for the editorial (â€œHereâ€™s a way to celebrate today: Head to the Sound,â€? July 4). We had the best event ever, more people, and more people out on the beach learning about the creatures that can only be seen when the tide is at its lowest. While the local press may be criticised for coverage of controversial matters, it is good for us to recognize it also for positive work, and encouragement to its readers to attend island events, patronize island businesses, and enjoy each other in an island setting. The five tons of sand in the lighthouse is a small price to pay for such a great event. Thanks for the help.
Sue Nebeker, American Hero Quilts
Thank you for your gift Vashon Park District, on July 20, gladly accepted a substantial donation from Islander Sarah S. Church to the reduced fee fund for swimming lessons at the Vashon Pool. Sarahâ€™s donation was accepted in the name of her son, Bryan Lee Coyle, who drowned in 1983 at age 21, trying to save a friend from the choppy waters of Lake Michigan. The friend made it; Bryan did not. Since his passing, Sarah has observed the anniversary of his death by doing something significant on that day. This year, Vashonians who might not otherwise be able to get water safety and swim lessons are the beneficiaries, thanks to Sarah and Bryan...and Sarah has probably saved other mothers from that most dreaded of parental experiences. Susan McCabe, Vashon Park District
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Sincere thanks My sincere thanks to those who wrote for my nomination as grand marshal of the 2012 Vashon Strawberry Festival Parade. I am deeply humbled and grateful to be chosen by the selection committee and privileged to be numbered among former grand marshals. A very special and heartfelt thanks to Linda and Dick Bianchi for their generous sponsorship of the grand marshal and for inviting us to the wonderful â€œMiss Lucyâ€? dinner at the Vashon Heritage Museum, and then for escorting us in the main parade on Saturday and the car parade on Sunday. It was great fun, and will be a very special memory for my wife Connie and I and our family. Sincerely, Lou Engels, Engels Repair & Towing
on our illegal and useless wars; the egregious fraud and corruption that characterizes our banking system supported by the total dysfunction of our government as it colludes with big money interests, including the mainstream media, to undermine the Constitution, and the so-called American dream, which, for all intents and purposes, is hanging by three fingernails onto the side of a cliff. When I say â€œdysfunctionâ€? I donâ€™t mean that the people who are trying to take over the world and run it to suit themselves are not being successful, I mean our body politic is dysfunctional in the sense that We the People are no longer in control of our own lives. We are now the subjects and not the sovereigns of our own destiny. Our country has been stolen from us. If we want to get it back, voting is not going to be enough. Of course, this is just my opinion. Well, actually, not my opinion exactly. My opinion is that itâ€™s much too complicated to assign blame to any one, two or three things that have brought us to this point of systemic failure. But what I said above is still accurate. We are now a people who live in a world of myth and illusion. Most of us donâ€™t even realize what weâ€™ve lost. Until we do, weâ€™re not likely to take any kind of action that will result in getting it back. Cutting back social programs especially will not help. Please donâ€™t take this as an endorsement for Obama. It most assuredly is not.
Since I restarted the VMICC Land Use and Natural Resources Committee, you have heard about financial aid for septic. I knew the deadline was July 1 and our poorest could not afford to comply so I kept trying to find them help. I first asked King County for financial help with my septic in 1992 when all the other counties involved were helping. The county said they tried and still canâ€™t. Could it have anything to do with protecting their $10,000 septic permits and fees? Now our poorest are being punished and fined $25 per day until they comply. The VMICC board is helping but still there is still no money. I plan to have another meeting to keep trying. I also want to discuss the $350,000 that is available to clean the water. Shellfish gardens qualify for this money and are successfully being used in Chesapeake Bay to clean the water, plus it has brought back lucrative commercial shellfish gardens. Looking at what is going on lately, we have become an island of beggars beholden to King County and they donâ€™t think we deserve much. I say we use their $350,000 and part of our tidelands to clean the water, making sure when we are done with the cleaning we have also built a $1 billion-per-year family shellfish harvest that will independently support both islands forever. With a billion per year there will be no more begging.
â€” Mark A. Goldman
â€” Bill Rowling
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What makes the Burton Coffee Stand funny? Check out its b-board
Iâ€™m going to let you in on a secret: One of the funniest places on Vashon Island is the Burton Coffee Stand. Is this because of the vicious, back-stabbing repartee that goes on amongst the three resident wise-guy New Yorkers (and their hangers-on) during â€œInsult Hourâ€? (8 to 9 a.m. daily)? No. Well, OK, maybe to some degree. But as the owner, Kathy, says, â€œThe only people you amuse are each other.â€? She is, of course, wrong. We have the best comedy routines since the Borscht Belt, and since most of the comedians from that era are dead, no one can challenge us. A visitor strayed into the stand one day some months ago and she confessed: â€œI feel like Iâ€™ve stumbled onto a secret society.â€? Or perhaps a mental institution. But I digress. No, the funniest thing about the Burton Coffee Stand is its bulletin board, which is attached to the door to Kathyâ€™s sanctum sanctorum of espresso-making, a door which she resolutely closes against the rest of us. Itâ€™s for her own protection and we do not hold this against her. Having made this assertion (the one about the bulletin board; are
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you still with me here?), let me say that it may take a slightly twisted mind to see the humor. I, personally, have no problem with that. Notices are posted by people announcing events or services of interest to islanders. These are really good people â€” entrepreneurs, civic organizations and the like â€” who have no idea how funny they are. For example, from just this week: Pilates For Life. I donâ€™t know about you, but all I can see is a mean-spirited county judge issuing this sentence and the desperate plaintiff screaming, â€œNooo, your honor! Please! Not Pilates for Life! Give me the electric chair, but not THAT!â€? Passport to Pain. I take one look at that poster and I immediately want to sign up. Donâ€™t you? Of course you do. This is apparently
some â€œsporting eventâ€? in which a group of lunatic sadists have chosen several dozen of the most gruesomely brutal hills on the Island (of which there are many), solely for the entertainment of an even larger group of lunatic masochist bicyclists. What great fun, eh? Oh yeah, sign me up â€Ś and while youâ€™re at it, get me an appointment with a knee surgeon. Afghan Raffle. Now, like you, I try to keep up with current events, but I had NO IDEA things had got so bad in Afghanistan that they had to hold a raffle. I thought they were doing just fine in the opium trade, you know? Spanish, Art, and Pie Baking Camp. Wouldnâ€™t you have loved to be in on the meeting that came up with this combo? Hereâ€™s someone earnestly saying, â€œLook, Spanish is Americaâ€™s second language; we need our children to be able to understand and speak it to be good citizens.â€? And then someone else says, â€œYeah, thatâ€™s cool, but I think we should add art!â€? (What, piĂąatas?) And someone else says, â€œI have the perfect idea to top this all off: pie baking!â€? And they all jump up, high fives all around, and yell, â€œWinner!â€? Remembering Who We Are.
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idea who he is. But while all of this weekâ€™s postings on the coffee standâ€™s bulletin board are charming, I have an all-time favorite from some months back: Birthing From Within. I know Iâ€™m just a guy and maybe donâ€™t know a lot about this whole process, but correct me if Iâ€™m wrong: Isnâ€™t this how it happens anyway?
The coffee stand is amusing for a host of reasons.
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art digital fabric printing company, and Flourish Home DĂŠcor, a gallery and shop featuring Holdenâ€™s work. CONTINUED FROM 1 Across Burton Drive, in the Quartermaster Innâ€™s remodeled dining room, Hallie Town became the Islandâ€™s hub â€” itself Aldrich has already opened Movement an oddity among islands, as itâ€™s not on a Intelligence, a handsomely equipped Pilates harbor. studio in which she will also offer masOnly Burton survived this consoli- sage and other therapeutic services (www. dation. And it thrives today. Clustered movement-intelligence.com). around the southernmost blinking red And any day now, Windi Pinoges will light on the Island are the kind of enter- open her new hair salon, the Chop Shop, prises that help define a community: a in a former storefront opposite the Burton branch post office so small three people Shell. make a crowd; a church, the Burton Shell These commercial tidal shifts notgarage which, somewhat perversely, sells withstanding, two enterprises still act as no gas, Shell or otheranchors of community wise; a fire and rescue continuity: the Burton station whose drivers i#VSUPOJTXIBU)PNFUPXO Coffee Stand and the have the good manners 64"VTFUPCFBQMBDFXIFSF Harbor Mercantile. to hold the sirens until The Burton Coffee FWFSZCPEZLOPXTUIFJS they clear the neighStand was established borhood, a whimsically OFJHICPSTBOEFWFSZCPEZ in the early 1990s by eclectic antiques store; HJWFTBEBNO..â€? Rob Milligan, but since and a wood stove entreNew Yearâ€™s Day 2000, preneur, to name a just 4BOEZ.BUUBSB 0XOFS )BSCPS.FSDBOUJMF it has been owned and few. guided by Kathy Kush. Yes, the Quartermaster Charming, lovely, irreInnâ€™s beloved restaurant has closed, as has the bright and airy pressibly gracious, she has an encyclopeSilverwood Gallery. But Burton is hardly dic memory for her customersâ€™ preferred brews. Her weekend replacements â€” the on the decline. Indeed, three new businesses are in exotic, ironic Anna and the preternatthe process of opening. In a few months, urally calm Shannon â€” are similarly in the historic Masonic Temple building skilled. This coffee stand is no drive-through. It that housed Silverwood, business partners Kassana Holden, a fabric designer, and is no indoor sit-down. This is a coffee stand Amanda Winn, a sales and marketing con- where neighbors actually choose to stand sultant, will unveil Bergamot Studio LLC around outdoors under a canvas awning, (www.bergamotstudio.com), a state of the rain or shine, wind or snow, for hours on
end, seven days a week. If you snag one of the four brightly painted Adirondack chairs beneath the awning and stay long enough, youâ€™ll see an almost complete cross section of Vashonites, although they come in distinctly segmented waves. For example, between opening at 7 and 8 a.m. on weekdays (opening is 8 a.m. on weekends), the crowd will be drivers of pickups, craftsmen on their way to jobs around the Island and, in season, teachers on their way to Vashon schools. Between 8 and 9, itâ€™s â€œInsult Hour,â€? during which several semi-employed or retired local clowns sling barbs at each other for the general amusement of the other patrons (and themselves). Between 9 and 10 a.m., itâ€™s â€œMommy Hour,â€? when the coffee stand is overrun by small children in prams and mothers desperate for adult conversation. And so it goes, wave after wave, until 3 p.m. when the shutters come down and the window is locked for the day. As anchors go, though, none is more firmly set in the historical and emotional strata of Burton than the Harbor Mercantile â€” not that anyone calls it that. No, itâ€™s simply, â€œSandyâ€™s Store.â€? Established in 1892, itâ€™s the last of what once were 13 general stores on the Island. But one canâ€™t help but think it barely breathed until Sandy Mattara came along in 1977 to slap it into life. Big-hearted and sharp-tongued, Sandy does not simply run the store, she presides. Open Tuesday through Sunday 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., the mercantile is the kind of place where you can find anything
you need, short of clothing, fresh meat or fish: hardware for your boat; building supplies for whatever may have broken at home but didnâ€™t warrant a trip up town; canned, packaged and frozen groceries; fresh produce of the sort you always need when more people invite themselves to dinner than you planned and you have to stretch the menu; a sophisticated selection of beer and wine; gourmet ice cream; newspapers and magazines; free biscuits and/or smoked sausage for any dog who happens to wander in, with or without owner; free coffee for the regulars; and free advice from Sandy on almost any subject â€” political, financial, or personal. If Sandyâ€™s store doesnâ€™t carry it, you probably donâ€™t need it. Whatâ€™s Burtonâ€™s secret? â€œSimple,â€? Sandy says. â€œBurton is what Hometown USA use to be: a place where everybody knows their neighbors and everybody gives a damn.â€? Kathy Kush gives her own example. â€œWe have a regular customer who recently has begun to work off-Island and whose incredibly clever dog simply ignores her new Invisible Fence and bolts down to Burton. Everyone knows Lola. They bring her to the coffee stand and someone takes her home again. Everyone cares; everyone pitches in.â€? Lawrence Durrell, the famed travel writer, once wrote, â€œDifferent places on the face of the earth have a different vital effluence, different vibration. â€Ś Call it what you like. But spirit of place is a great reality.â€? It certainly is in Burton.
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Story Time: Kids ages 6 to 9 are welcome for story time each Wednesday this summer. 3 to 3:30 p.m. at Vashon Bookshop. Daring Dreams in Times of Magic Storytelling: Ages 4 and older will hear folktales and legends from places such as the Ukraine, Japan and Hawaii. Stories will include those about ordinary people who grow to become more than what they seem by being smart and brave and facing challenges. Alton Takiyama-Chung will present the program. 2 p.m. at the Vashon Library. Free Film â€” â€˜Hungry for Changeâ€™: The film explores how many of the â€œhealth foodsâ€? that people eat keep them locked in a cycle of poor health and shows that by educating themselves, people can take control of their health. Vashon PRAHM is sponsoring the film. Jessica Bolding of PRAHM will lead a discussion following the film and will offer a 30-day green juice and raw foods program with classes each Wednesday. The class is $75, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds. For more information about the class or film, call PRAHM at 463-9066. The film will be at 6 p.m. at the Vashon Theatre.
Concert in the Park: Adrian Xavier and his reggae band will perform. Free. 7 p.m. at Ober Park. See page 13 for more information.
Story Time: Kids up to age 6 are invited to stop by for story time each Friday this summer. 11 to 11:30 a.m. at Vashon Bookshop.
Olympics Opening Ceremony: It will be featured on the big screen. Lunch will be offered for a suggested donation of $4.25. 11:45 a.m. at the Vashon Senior Center on Bank Road. Author Reading: Island author Sarah Church will read from her new book, â€œGood Grief: Finding Gifts in the Grief of Losing a Child.â€? The book is a memoir inspired by her recovery from the accidental drowing of her young adult son. Call 463-2616 for more information. 6 p.m. at Vashon Bookshop.
4"563%":t Gold Beach Work Party: All Gold Beach members are needed for a work party and picnic. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the club house. Walk in the Woods: A walk through the Vashon School Districtâ€™s forests will be led by Derek Churchill and Dave Warren of the Vashon Forest Stewards to discuss a thinning to improve its health and safety. Some firs will also be removed to use in the construction of the new high school. For more information, contact Warren at 463-9405. 10 a.m. at the northeast corner of the Chautauqua parking lot near the forest trail entrance. Weekend Book Club: The group will discuss â€œA State of Wonderâ€? by Anne Patchett. Augustâ€™s selection will be â€œ2013â€? by Albert Brooks. For more information, call Nancy Paul at 567-5606 or email NBP812@gmail.com. 10 a.m. at a home near town. Book Signing: Shady Cosgrove, author of â€œShe Played Elvis,â€? will sign books. 1 to 2 p.m. at Vashon Bookshop. Reconciling the Past â€” The History, Literature and Ethics of Japanese Removal: Why did some, including President Eisenhowerâ€™s brother Milton, advocate in favor of internment? Why did others, including the Seattle Council of Churches, voice their opposition? How has the memory of internment affected treatment of Arab-Americans following 9/11? Professor Robert Keller will explore each of these questions, illuminating the debate over forced Japanese removal and its impact on how we view civil rights amidst security crises today. 2 p.m. at the Vashon Library. Vegan Potluck: Bring a dish made with no animal products to share. For more information call
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56&4%":t Meditation: People may attend all sessions or just one. Jyl Shinjo Brewer leads the group. Contact her for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org. 7:30 to 8:15 a.m. â€” silent sitting; 8:15 to 8:30 a.m. â€” Japanese green tea is served and there is short stretching or yoga; 8:30 to 9:15 a.m. â€” mediation either seated or moving, usually with live flute music. The group meets weekly at the Hanna Barn, 7712 Point Robinson Rd.
56&4%":t Movies with Subtitles: The film version of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play â€œHarvey,â€? starring Jimmy Stewart, will be shown with commentary by feature writer Gordon Fisk. 12:30 p.m. at the Vashon Senior Center.
61$0.*/( Vashon Legal Clinic: The clinic offers free legal advice. People who wish to schedule an appointment to meet with a lawyer should call the King County Bar Association at 267-7070. 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2, at the Vashon Senior Center. Flower Fair: The Vashon-Maury Island Garden Club will host its annual fair, which features a variety of flowers grown by Islanders. Free. Noon to 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 3, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 4, at the Vashon Library. Shakespeare in the Park: The Seattle Shakespeare Company
Lavender Hill Farm will host a benefit for the Vashon Theatre and its digital upgrade from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Guests are invited to picnic at the farm and enjoy 15 varieties of lavender and views of Quartermaster Harbor and Mount Rainier. Organizers will be making lavender wreaths and wands and serving lavender lemonade and treats. The farm store will be open with end-of-theseason bargains. Pick a bunch of lavender and get a free bouquet to go with it. Proceeds from all lavender sales will go to the theater. Lavender Hill Farm is located on the Burton Hill at 10425 S.W. 238th St. Call 463-2322 for more information. will bring â€œThe Winterâ€™s Taleâ€? to Vashon. Free. 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 4, at Ober Park. Burton Church Rummage Sale: The church is hosting its Serendipity Sale and will offer items for babies and children, household furniture, vintage items, DVDs and more. Donations may be dropped off between noon and 1 p.m. Sunday at the sale site. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 4, and 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 5, at Lewis Hall, behind the Burton Community Church. Dancing at Ober Park: Jesse Lege, Joel Savoy and the Cajun Country Revival will perform. Free. 6:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 6, at the park. Womenâ€™s Alliance to Enhance the Rock (WATER) Meeting: The group will continue working on DoVEâ€™s Free as a DoVE Freedom Dance and DoVEâ€™s Domestic Violence Awareness Month campaign. The meeting is open to all women ages 16 and over. Contact Pam Robbins at email@example.com if planning to attend. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 6, at Vashon Island Fire & Rescueâ€™s main station. Vashon Island Youth Week: Each year youth from Maple Valley Presbyterian Church come to teach Bible school then spend time with Vashon teens. For more information, call Carol Potter at 463-6749. Free. 7 to 8:30 p.m. Monday to Friday, Aug. 6 to 10, at Vashon Island Community Church. Frank Matsumoto Memorial Salmon Derby: The public is invited to participate. Fish must be brought to Jensen Point to be weighed by the judges by 1 p.m. the day of the derby. Tickets, $10, are available at True Value and will also be available the morning of the derby. Kids under 12 fish for
free. 5:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 12, at Jensen Point.
CLASSES Beginning Sewing Lessons: Jenni Wilke offers one-on-one tutorials for people who have sewing machines but do not know how to use them. The cost is $35. Contact Wilke at 697-2377 to register or coordinate a different time. 9 to 10:30 a.m. Friday or Monday, July 27 or 30, at Common Thread. Vashon Nature/Travel Journal Workshop: Darsie Beck will lead this workshop on the art and joy of journal keeping. Students will learn the basics of on-the-go sketching techniques with pen and watercolor pencils. Beck will share his journal-sketching methodology and the best travel sketching gear to carry, whether exploring the Island or on a European travel adventure. Tuiton is $60. Register by contacting Beck at firstname.lastname@example.org or 6690745. 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, July 26, at Waterworks Studio, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, July 28, at Point Robinson. The class will be repeated in August. Natural Dyeing: Laurel Boyajian of Local Color Dye Gardens & Studio will offer the workshop Summer Flowers and Eucalyptus either Friday and Saturday, July 27 and 28, or Saturday and Sunday, July 28 and 29, at Common Thread. Email email@example.com to register or sign up at the store. The
workshop will be offered on the dates that work for most people. Fearless Watercolor Painting: Geri Peterson will lead intermediate students in color choices and combinations. The fee is $35. Register at the senior center. 1 to 4 p.m. Thursdays, Aug. 2 to Sept. 13, at Vashon Senior Center. Vashon Community Vacation Bible School: Young people will learn about God through Bible stories, music, crafts and skits. First- through sixth-graders will meet at the Methodist Church from 9:30 a.m. to noon. Youth from Maple Valley Presbyterian Church will lead the program. Call Carol Potter at 463-6749 with any questions. Children ages 3, 4 and 5 will meet at the Presbyterian Church from 9:45 to 11:45 a.m. Vashon teens, led by Tona Parrish, will lead those classes. Call her for more information at 463-5066. Registration forms are available at all area churches, or people can register on the first day. The suggested registration fee is $15 per child or $25 per family; scholarships are available. The Bible school runs Monday through Friday, Aug. 6 to 10. Plein-Air/Impressionist Landscape Painting: Charles Philip Brooks will teach the class for ages 15 and older. The cost is $150, and basic supplies are required. Register at www.ignitionartists. com. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays in August. Locations will be given with registration.
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Island Child Ky Burton of Boy Scout Troop 294 passed his Eagle Board of Review to become the Troopâ€™s 76th Eagle Scout. Ky designed and built trail signs at Burton Acres Park to guide walkers and runners through the maze of trails. Ky had help from many of his fellow Scouts and said he could not have completed the project without the guidance of his many mentors. At left are Assistant Scoutmaster Ed Zapel, Ky Burton and Assistant Scoutmaster Steve Kicinski.
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9 pm Street Dance Special Thanks to our Gracious In-Kind Sponsors In-kind sponsors are those that work â€œbehind-the-scenesâ€? helping with all the details that make our Festival a huge success. Donating time, property, services and products, we count on these generous folks to make it all happen! We couldnâ€™t do it without youâ€Ś16D, LLC (Duke Davis), American Disposal, Charles nâ€™ Pete Designs â€“â€?Grand Marshalâ€™s Hatâ€?, Green Connections (Daryl Green), HoDoCo Land Development (Gary Richards), Jake Johnson Construction, King County Roads (Jim Didricksen), LS Cedar, Masi Design, Inc., Movie Magic, Nance Scott, Pandoraâ€™s Box, Parker Plaza, Pascal Py Construction, Seeds4Success, Vashon Chevron, Vashon Home Center & Lumber, Vashon Physical Therapy, Vashon Market, Vashon Thriftway, Vashon True Value, Vornbrock & Sons Construction. Special thanks to Vashon Merchants who support vendors with electric and parking. Strawberry Festival Event Coordinators clock in a lot of volunteer hours to insure that Festival is fun and safe! Carole Meriam - Ober Park Artists, Jim Didricksen â€“ Roads, JR Crawford â€“ Grand Parade, Michael Golen-Johnson â€“ Voice of Vashon, Paul Engels â€“ Car Parade Announcer, Pete Welch â€“ Music, Ruben Arnot â€“ Sound, Scott Shawver â€“ Beer Garden, Beth Sedgemore â€“ Barricades and Wendy Carter â€“ Trash. Thanks to all the many volunteers that assisted the Event Coordinators!
ISLAND GROUPS GET GRANTS FOR UPGRADES: Two arts groups on Vashon will be purchasing new equipment soon, after receiving King Countyâ€™s 4Culture grants. UMO Ensemble received $2,700 from the agency for a free-standing aerial rig, and Vashon Allied Arts got $2,800 for audio and ticket sales equipment.
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Open Air: Flights of fancy at Open Space
Artists will defy gravity at second annual outdoor aerial fest
rt and people will go flying through space this weekend at the Open Space for Arts & Community.
On Saturday, the venue will present its second annual edition of Open Air â€” an event organizers describe as a â€œlight, bright outdoor aerial festival with a splash of circus.â€? At the same time, audience members will be able to wander indoors to see an adventurous new site-specific sculpture installed in the Grand Hall of the Open Space building. Open Air, scheduled to start at 4 p.m. Saturday, will take place in Open Spaceâ€™s outdoor meadow, and if it is a clear day, audiences will get a majestic view of Mt. Rainier along with the afternoonâ€™s entertainment. Featured performers â€” veterans of Moisture Festival and Teatro Zinzanni â€” will include Kari Podgorski, who performs as the character Miss Sally Pepper. Sheâ€™ll fly high above the crowd, performing on an trapeze apparatus called the cloud swing. Cherie Carson, from San Franciscoâ€™s UpSwing Performance Company, will treat the audience to â€œSnowbirds,â€? a rope and harness piece featuring Elizabeth Milne-Kahn and Cara Zeisloft. The piece features stage magic including the illusion of real snow drifting down onto the stage. Local aerialists Janet McAlpin, Lynelle Sjoberg, Lisa Elliot and David Godsey are also on the roster, along with students of all ages including Esther Edelmanâ€™s adult students and youth from the UMO School of Physical Arts. Admission to the show is a suggested donation of $8 for adults and $3 for kids, but
organizers said no one will be turned away for lack of funds. Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets for seating, and picnic baskets are also welcome at the event. On Sunday, guest artists Cherie Carson and Kari Podgorski will offer workshops for students age 12 an older, in rope and harness, and cloud swing for beginners, at Open Space. The new site-specific sculpture, â€œNo Conspiracy, Itâ€™s Reality,â€? will also be on view on Saturday, during â€œOpen Air.â€? The large-scale kinetic art sculpture, by artists Jon Carlson and Dave Olson, is inspired by Rube Goldberg. Open Space staffers promise thrills and chills for viewers as it descends from the spaceâ€™s rafters, creating noise and excitement on a one-minute journey that features a zipline, bowling balls, chimes, a roller coast ramp, a teeter-totter, and an ascending planet Earth. The artwork was commissioned by Open Space co-founded Janet McAlpin, and funded by a grant from King Countyâ€™s 4Culture program for site-specific artworks. â€œPerformancesâ€? of the sculpture last approximately two minutes, after which time the sculpture will be reset for future performances. Viewings will also take place on First Friday, Aug. 3. â€”Elizabeth Shepherd Open Space for Arts & Community is located at 18870 103rd Ave S.W. Doors open for Open Air at 3 p.m. Saturday. Visit www. openspacevashon.org for more information and register for Open Air workshops at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guitarist Ken Jacobsen will play a classical guitar concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Vashon Island Musicâ€™s studio, located above the store. Jacobsen will play music by the Spanish composer Isaac Albeniz, Brazilian music by Heitor Villa-Lobos, a lute suite by J.S. Bach and a new transcription of Erik Satieâ€™s 3 Gymnopedies, featuring Jason Everett on seven-string bass. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students.
Several concerts are coming up. So put on your dancing shoes and check out what Vashon has to offer over the coming weeks.
The American Night, a Doors tribute band, will light the night on fire at 9 p.m. Friday at the Red Bicycle Bistro. The concert will include authentic
Lynelle Sjoberg and Leah Mann perform at last yearâ€™s Open Air event.
This show has a $5 cover at the door and is open to all ages until 11 p.m., and 21 and older after that.
COMING UP: LOTS OF MUSIC Seattle reggae music veteran Adrian Xavier will play at free show at 7 p.m. Thursday at Ober Park â€” the latest in a free outdoor summer concert series presented by Vashon Allied Arts and the Vashon Park District. Xavier and his band members create a danceable blend of reggae, soul, hip hop and rock â€” centered around themes of pacifism and environmental awareness. As a member of Pure Water Band, Xavier opened for Bob Marley and The Wailers and Jimmy Cliff. To find out more about the music, visit www.adrianxavier.com.
Adrian Xavier is coming to town. instruments, costumes and psychedelic lighting â€” all aimed at recreating the experience of a live Doors concert. Nate Christian will channel Jim Morrison, the leader of this once-famous and quintessential American rock band of the late 60s.
Correo Aereo, an award-winning Latin and world music duo, will perform a free show at 7 p.m. Friday at Vashon Island Coffee Roasterie. Abel Rocha and Madeleine Sosin, who make up the duo, have an array of skills. Rocha plays harp, guitar, cuatro and quinta huapanguera. Sosin plays violin, maracas, bombo and jarana. They have performed at festivals, theaters and music venues throughout the world, and have been featured on several radio programs, including All Things Considered, Democracy Now and Latino USA.
The evening will also feature a wine tasting with Vashon Wine Clubâ€™s Ron Irvine. Membership in the club is free and includes a $1 discount on the wine tasting. Wine by the glass will also be available. Visit www.vashonwineclub.org.
Those who fancy the old-fashioned art form of a Sunday dinner on the church grounds wonâ€™t want to miss St. John Vianneyâ€™s annual Salmon Bake, scheduled for 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday. The afternoon of alder-cooked salmon and other delicious foods will also include live music by the Vashon band, Loose Change, and plenty of kidâ€™s activities. Tickets are $15 for adults and teens, and $5 for kids aged 5 to 12. Save the evening of Monday, Aug. 6, for the kick-off a series of concerts which will bring folk music and dancing to Ober Park. The first concert will feature Jesse Lege, Joel Savoy & The Cajun Country Revival â€” a group that plays authentic music from Louisiana and Texas. The dances will continue on Monday nights in August. On Aug. 13, the Hungarian group Duvo Ensemble will play, and on Aug. 20, Dromeno, a Greek ensemble, will take the stage. Folk dances will be taught each evening.
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STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL 2012 The Grand Parade Vashonâ€™s 2012 Strawberry Festival was kicked off by the Grand Parade, a dazzling and delightful affair that made its way through town Saturday morning under a pleasantly hazy sky. Emma NewbyLetestu with the garden club (left) showed her passion for dirt. A radiant bride, Emily Belshaw, and her son Florian (right) marched in support of Ref. 74, an effort to keep the stateâ€™s new gay marriage law intact. And young clowns (above) demonstrated their ability to find their inner calm amid the chaos of crowds and shopping baskets. A few Islanders noted that this yearâ€™s parade was completely homegrown. No off-Island groups joined the festivities â€” making it, they noted, a totally Vashon spectacle. 3BZ1GPSUOFS1IPUP
As in years past, the parade included artistry, flair and an occasional political statement. Dr. Michael Kappelman (right) was part of a mime group quietly advocating for vaccinations and an end to whooping cough. Bill Jarcho (center), a puppeteer, demonstrated his abilities to tame a huge, wild chicken. And Arlette Moody (far right) danced her way down the street followed by a group of young stilt walkers.
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STREET SCENES Art, cars, dances, rides and a new unofficial mayor The festival â€” a full weekend of fun â€” included a classic car parade on Sunday, where gleaming Chevys mixed it up with classy T-birds and MGs. Among those in the parade were Lou Engels and his family; Lou, who was spotted in his sonâ€™s Impala, was this yearâ€™s grand marshal. Music was also a big part of the festival. Musicians of every stripe took to a variety of stages, some pumping out high-octane rock, others performing solo. Several, such as the Portage Fill Big Band (right), got Islanders to their feet. The festival always has something new. This year, that meant a tiny petting zoo next to AJâ€™s Espresso (far right), where kids could enter a gated area and pet goats, hold a rabbit and cuddle with baby ducks. The festival draws an estimated 30,000 visitors, and this year was no exception. Thanks to balmy weather, the festival was packed. Children ate cotton candy; strawberry sundaes and curly fries were in abundance; booths were stocked with colorful clothes and artful bags; and the Beer Garden stayed open late.
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Hilary Emmer (far left) won this yearâ€™s unofficial mayor, raising a whopping $7,100 for two causes â€” the Dental Van, which visits Vashon to provide dental care to children and adults who canâ€™t afford it, and medical vouchers, a new program that offers funds to low-income families to get preventative health care from the provider of their choice. â€œThink of this as single payer health care for Vashon residents,â€? she said. Art, meanwhile, was on display at Ober Park, where Vashon artisans sold everything from photographs and jewelry to pottery and origami. One popular spot was Lisa Betzâ€™s stand (left) â€” a display of colorful mosaic art pieces and jewelry.
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Masters rowers score multiple wins across the border By JEFF HOYT For The Beachcomber
Rowing on a lake that until recently was choked with silt and lily pads, the Vashon Island Rowing Club masters dredged up a large shovel-full of hardware at last weekendâ€™s Cascadia Masters Championship in Vancouver, B.C. VIRC rowed to four goldmedal finishes on Burnaby Lake, along with five silvers and three bronze. A highlight of the weekend for VIRC was a dominating performance by the womenâ€™s quad, which raised eyebrows along the shore by flying off the line and walking on the field with open water at the sprint. The quad featured Kim Goforth in stroke, with Holly Zapel, Su DeWalt and Lisa Huggenvik. â€œConibear (a Seattle team) tried to make a move on us at 500, but we held them off with a surge,â€? said Huggenvik, who coxed the quad from her bow seat, â€œand then once I called us up at the 250, we pushed out ahead and that was that.â€? The most compelling race of the weekend was a parent-child double event, which Chad Magnuson entered with his son Gus, a Vashon juniors champion rower who didnâ€™t even arrive in Vancouver until 3 a.m. Sunday morning due to a lengthy train delay in Seattle. Fatigue was not a factor, however, as the Magnusons staged a furious sprint at 38 strokes per minute to beat a combo in the next lane that featured a member of Canadaâ€™s Olympic gold-medal winning eight. â€œI screwed up our start, but then we led from a hundred meters on,â€? said Chad, the elder Magnuson. â€œGus has so much horsepower, it was a thrill just to keep up with him. I was beaming all the way through the sprint.â€? Also winning gold at Cascadia was Vashonâ€™s menâ€™s four, with Bruce Morser in stroke, Colby Atwood, Bob Horsley and Ed Zapel, with Vashon juniors freshman
Vashonâ€™s masters womenâ€™s quad coasts to the finish line in its heat. Later that day, the women took gold with open water on the remainder of the field. From left, Lisa Huggenvik, Su DeWalt, Holly Zapel and Kim Goforth. coxswain Ally Clevenger steering Vashon to an open-water, first-place finish. The four Vashon rowers, averaging 55 years old, finished the 1,000-meter course just twohundredths of a second slower than the 35-year-old lineup that won the menâ€™s open four earlier in the day. â€œBasically, I got soaked during that race,â€? said Clevenger, who was coxing in her first masters regatta. â€œIt took a while to get the boat together but then it just really moved.â€? Clevenger, who chose coxing after being inspired by a video of former Vashon junior Olivia Sayvetz (now a sophomore coxswain at Princeton), was busy all weekend. She coxed six medal-winning boats, including second-place finishes in crowded fields for both the Vashon mixed and menâ€™s
eights, along with two other races in which Canadian clubs â€œborrowedâ€? her services. She also spent hours learning the finer points of how to adjust oars and prep boats under the tutelage of coach Richard Parr. Rounding out Vashonâ€™s gold-medal finishes was a mixed four lineup of Scott Engelhard, Kim Goforth, Holly Zapel and Bob Horsley, who left no doubt on the water that Vashon would not be denied. Another VIRC entry also took third in the same event. â€œAll in all, we had a pretty good weekend,â€? said Parr. â€œWeâ€™re doing a lot of the basic things right; we just need a lot more time racing.â€? Parr pointed out that Vashonâ€™s masters havenâ€™t raced since April, but for many of the clubs in attendance, Cascadia was the
â€” Jeff Hoyt is a member of the Vashon Island Rowing Club.
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culmination of a long racing season. â€œIâ€™ve really liked what Iâ€™ve been seeing in practice,â€? he said. â€œNow itâ€™s all about continuing to put it all together out on the race course.â€? This was the third year for the Cascadia Masters Championship and the first true regatta to be held on Burnaby Lake in Vancouver since 1986. Formerly the site of the Canada Summer Games, it took a recent $20 million dredging project to clear the lake of its invasive vegetation, restoring the site once again into a high-quality rowing venue. Cascadia Registration Coordinator Cinda Ewton said there were more than twice as many total entries for this yearâ€™s regatta than the 2011 event.
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Hundreds of fast runners, family members cross the Burby finish line By GLENNA MILESON For The Beachcomber
Spectators cheered as former track coach Russ Brazill fired the gun to start the 32nd annual Bill Burby Inspirational Fun Run on Saturday, leaving athletes just enough time to finish the race before heading to the Strawberry Festival Grand Parade. This year nearly 400 people participated in the 10K run, 5K run and 5K walk. Scott Healey, 37, was first across the finish line for the fourth year in a row, winning the overall 5K run with a time of 16:30, a pace of 5:19 per mile. Graham Peet, 15, followed in second place with a time of 16:40 and Jacob Huisingh, 17, took third with a time of 17:05. Shuichi Komatsuzaki, 24, took first in the 10K, finishing in 38:57, a pace of 6:17 per mile. Robert Ripley, 51, placed second with a time of 39:07, followed by Kevin Ross, 39, in third at 39:40. Only a fraction of a second sep-
arated the first and second place winners of the womenâ€™s 10K race. With a time of 41:43.2, Christine Mosley, 27, claimed first, and second place went to Carey Lyons, 19, with a time of 41:43.6. Megan Hatch, 26, took third at 44:23. First place in the womenâ€™s 5K race went to Michelle Neal, 49, with a time For full race results, see of 21:31. Second next page. place went to Katrina Mares, 28, with a time of 23:24. Kate Cunningham, 41, took third with her time of 24:02. â€œThe Burbyâ€? has become a festival tradition for many island families, whether they run, walk or cheer from the sidelines. Nealâ€™s son Alex Williams said he remembers that his mom used to win a lot when he was growing up. â€œThey used to have skis for prizes and when I wanted a new pair I would just tell mom that she should go win a pair for me,â€?
Nealâ€™s daughter, Enya Pooler, 9, took second in her age group in the 5K behind her friend, Meg Cunningham, also 9. Pooler was easy to spot decked out in hot pink from head to toe. â€œDressing crazy makes me feel better,â€? she said before the race, â€œI get all pumped up.â€? Vashon High School volleyball coach and teacher Kara Sears joined in the 5K walk, pushing 17-month-old Colton. Her husband Andy Sears, a VHS basketball coach and teacher, helps organize the event each year. Due to a printing error, sponsor logos did not appear on the back of this yearâ€™s T-shirts. â€œWe count on our sponsors to make this event happen,â€? said Andy Sears, â€œwe want them to know how much we appreciate them and feel awful that this happened.â€? Proceeds go to support Vashon High School athletics and an annual scholarship for high school athletes.
Scott Healy (282) the 5K winner and Graham Peet (208), who took second in the 5K, run at the beginning of the race. he said. Neal recalls the first time Williams participated in the race. â€œI carried him in a backpack while I ran,â€? she said with a laugh.
This year, for the first time since they both started running in the event, Williams edged out his mom in the 5K race, beating her by just under 12 seconds.
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32nd Annual Bill Burby Inspirational July 21, 2012
10K Run and 5K Run/Walk Finishers 10K Run - Overall (Menâ€™s)
1 Shuichi Komatsuzaki 2 Robert Ripley 3 Kevin Ross
0:38:57.0 0:39:07.3 0:39:40.2
10K Run - Overall (Womenâ€™s) 1 Christine Mosley 2 Carey Lyons 3 Megan Hatch
0:41:43.2 0:41:43.6 0:44:23.7
5K Run - Overall (Menâ€™s) 1 Scott Healey 2 Graham Peet 3 Jacob Huisingh
0:16:30.9 0:16:40.0 0:17:05.7
5K Run - Overall (Womenâ€™s) 1 Michelle Neal 2 Katrina Mares 3 Kate Cunningham
0:21:31.8 0:23:24.3 0:24:02.1
10K Run - Men - By Age Group Male 15 - 18
1 Baxter Call 8 2 Jesse Turner 12 3 Mitchell Dixon 19 4 Paddy Affolter 35 Male 19 - 29 Overall 1 Shuichi Komatsuzaki 1 2 Tom Soltman 9 3 Colin Quackenbush 13 4 Nicholas Stramp 17 5 Robert Olson 22 Male 30 - 39 Overall 1 Kevin Ross 3 2 Chris Pettigrew 7 3 Jesse Johnson 24 4 Steven Radic 27 5 David Dewine 28 6 Max Baumann 30 7 Peter Sowell 48 Male 40 - 49 Overall 1 Kevin Prentiss 4 2 Ethan Stone 10 3 Joel Groen 14 4 Peter Walker 15 5 Scott Bazley 20 6 Adam Rosellini 21 7 John Kavanagh 31 8 Don Pruett Jr. 34 9 Greg Amann 38 10 Kurt Beers 39 11 Scott Laufer 43 12 Lyle Harris 44 13 Chris Stougard 46 14 Brent Mills 49 Male 50 - 59 Overall 1 Robert Ripley 2 2 Andrew Norton 11 3 Daniel Klein 16 4 Doug Bielefeld 18 5 David Wells 25 6 Ken Wicklund 29 7 David Jennings 42 8 Bill Shivers 50 Male 60 - 69 Overall 1 Monte Evans 5 2 Ron Bennett 6 3 Alan Hardwick 23 4 Jim Cross 26 5 Jame Laughlin 32 6 Lee Turner 33 7 Bob Krimmel 36 8 David Frank 40 9 Bob Cannell 41 10 John Affolter 47 Male 70 - 79 Overall 1 Mike Kirk 37 2 James Price 45
0:45:53.4 0:47:10.4 0:50:03.7 0:57:35.6 Time 0:38:57.0 0:46:08.8 0:47:16.3 0:49:19.4 0:50:59.3 Time 0:39:40.2 0:45:24.5 0:52:28.9 0:55:24.8 0:55:37.9 0:56:09.5 1:06:51.3 Time 0:40:52.9 0:46:10.9 0:48:23.9 0:49:11.5 0:50:09.1 0:50:10.4 0:56:10.9 0:56:55.6 0:59:10.9 0:59:26.7 1:01:55.1 1:04:28.2 1:05:51.3 1:09:30.0 Time 0:39:07.3 0:46:27.0 0:49:11.9 0:49:48.0 0:54:22.1 0:55:53.7 1:01:33.4 1:25:13.7 Time 0:41:20.5 0:42:32.9 0:51:46.7 0:55:14.0 0:56:23.9 0:56:50.7 0:57:45.8 1:00:58.0 1:01:33.2 1:05:54.1 Time 0:58:02.0 1:05:34.5
10K Run - Women - By Age Group Female 15 - 18 Overall 1 Emily Crichlow 14
2 Rachel Austin 28 3 Michele Cusick 29 Female 19 - 29 Overall 1 Christine Mosley 1 2 Carey Lyons 2 3 Megan Hatch 3 4 Elizabeth Gilmour 7 5 Brightin Rose Schlumpf 9 6 Erin Schlumpf 12 7 Sarah Kappler 16 8 Kari Johnson 17 9 Dana Swanson 18 10 Sloane Quackenbush 19 11 Sara Toledo 20 12 Heidi Nelson 25 13 Andrea Sperberg 26 14 Lindsey Ono 35 15 Jillian Buckshaw 38 16 Stacia Oâ€™Block 39 Female 30 - 39 Overall 1 Katie Chandler 4 2 Amy Clark 10 3 Macy Dewine 13 4 Anastasia Person 37 Female 40 - 49 Overall 1 Kathleen Fellbaum 8 2 Joanna Fesler 22 3 Shelly Whitlock 27 4 Claudine Carroll 30 5 Susannah Hannaford 32 Female 50 - 59 Overall 1 Susan Hormann 5 2 Julie Schonberg 6 3 Martha Johnson 11 4 Nancy Bristow 15 5 Sheree Swanson 21 6 Sarah Driggs 24 7 Virginia Dixon 34 8 Judy McOstrich 36 Female 60 - 69 Overall 1 Kit Bean 23 2 Barb McMahon 31 3 Sally Shivers 33
1:01:02.7 1:01:04.2 Time 0:41:43.2 0:41:43.6 0:44:23.7 0:50:03.9 0:51:04.1 0:53:10.2 0:56:08.6 0:56:35.1 0:56:40.9 0:56:40.9 0:56:41.2 0:57:31.4 0:57:44.8 1:04:38.1 1:18:39.8 1:18:39.9 Time 0:45:34.1 0:51:59.7 0:54:20.1 1:12:40.5 Time 0:50:17.5 0:56:47.1 1:00:56.0 1:01:47.8 1:02:39.2 Time 0:49:17.6 0:49:41.7 0:52:31.1 0:55:51.3 0:56:46.9 0:57:30.8 1:03:53.9 1:09:55.9 Time 0:57:27.4 1:02:20.5 1:03:34.0
5K Run - Men - By Age Group Male 1 - 9 Overall 1 Aiden Keenan 52 2 Mark Ursino 61 3 Ryan Nelson 64 4 Dalton Kearns 74 Male 10 - 14 Overall 1 Anthony Gateman 8 2 Dylan Martinez 9 3 Chester Pruett 19 4 Clyde Pruett 22 5 Benjamin Martin 23 6 John Ursino 24 7 Luke Larson 32 8 Isaac Martin 34 9 Max Gross Shader 35 10 Elijah Dougher 36 11 Jeremaih Bogaard 38 12 Dani Diaz 39 13 Cameron Bedard 44 14 Rhys Jennings 46 15 Nicholas Nuxoll 51 16 Anthony Martin 56 17 Logan Nelson 58 18 Sean Robertson 71 Male 15 - 19 Overall 1 Graham Peet 2 2 Jacob Huisingh 3 3 Eiler Schiotz 7 4 Lopez Lucas 13 5 Nathan Williams 15 6 Blake Kendrick 25 7 Jacob Gateman 30 8 Justin Berns 37 9 Aaron Kitchener 47 Male 20 - 29 Overall 1 Kyle Shedd 6
Time 0:26:40.9 0:30:04.0 0:30:16.9 0:33:26.5 Time 0:19:34.7 0:19:53.2 0:21:34.4 0:22:16.7 0:22:18.2 0:22:28.7 0:23:35.8 0:24:01.1 0:24:06.0 0:24:12.6 0:24:15.1 0:24:35.5 0:24:57.9 0:25:14.3 0:26:19.1 0:28:45.9 0:29:02.8 0:31:40.7 Time 0:16:40.0 0:17:05.7 0:19:04.7 0:20:47.0 0:21:02.7 0:22:34.6 0:23:21.8 0:24:13.9 0:25:22.3 Time 0:18:46.9
2 Austin Schantz 10 3 Alex Williams 18 4 Adam Berns 50 5 Walter Weston 53 6 Burton Francis 60 Male 30 - 39 Overall 1 Scott Healey 1 2 Jon Houk 4 3 Hunter Eggink 11 4 Joe Keenan 12 5 Nick Keenan 14 6 Andy Zabel 26 7 Brian Jennings 49 8 Bryce Harpole 69 9 Mark Stromberg 77 Male 40 - 49 Overall 1 David Waterworth 17 2 Tim Martin 20 3 Duane Bedard 27 4 Mike Andrews 28 5 Jim Simmonds 42 6 Gregg Bernheisel 59 7 Byron Cowart 66 8 Tom Cunningham 67 9 Ralph Pooler 68 10 Daniel Clare 70 11 Ed Davidson 72 Male 50 - 59 Overall 1 Mark Ripley 5 2 Toby Nichols 16 3 Louis Bull 21 4 David Levant 29 5 C. Feather 31 6 Lorin Reinelt 40 7 Richard Perret 41 8 Paul Shemeta 43 9 John Williams 45 10 Karl Kitchener 54 11 Kevin Boyd 57 12 Tom Theno 65 13 JB Fitzpatrick 73 14 Decathlon Jones 78 Male 60 - 69 Overall 1 Wallace Wood 33 2 Vernon Trevellyan 62 3 Sid Farcy 63 Male 70 - 79 Overall 1 Ronald Brinton 55 2 Kerry Strand 75 3 Rik Forschmiedt 76 4 Abe Bergman 79 5 Skip Norton 80 Male - Not Categorized Overall Matt Bull 48
0:19:59.6 0:21:29.7 0:26:05.1 0:26:49.3 0:29:16.9 Time 0:16:30.9 0:17:32.5 0:20:00.3 0:20:21.7 0:20:57.8 0:22:45.7 0:25:54.0 0:31:15.9 0:37:24.4 Time 0:21:17.8 0:21:39.7 0:23:09.9 0:23:11.9 0:24:46.8 0:29:16.6 0:30:21.4 0:30:37.6 0:30:38.2 0:31:30.8 0:32:39.2 Time 0:18:28.9 0:21:09.7 0:21:56.6 0:23:12.2 0:23:24.9 0:24:37.9 0:24:42.2 0:24:53.9 0:25:03.2 0:26:52.1 0:28:52.7 0:30:19.5 0:32:52.3 0:37:48.2 Time 0:23:55.5 0:30:15.9 0:30:16.6 Time 0:27:39.1 0:34:17.4 0:35:41.4 0:40:48.0 0:48:48.0 Time 0:25:27.2
5K Run - Women - By Age Group Female 1 - 9 Overall 1 Meg Cunningham 9 2 Enya Pooler 40 3 Mallory Keenan 59 4 Sienna Stromberg 78 Female 10 - 14 Overall 1 Lauren Jenks 8 2 Katherine Andrus 11 3 Hanna Nelson 12 4 Kara Cunningham 13 5 Erin Harrah 14 6 Serenah Covert 25 7 Alexis Rutt 26 8 Flora Dougher 35 9 Aimee Olson 36 10 Kendal Hawkins 48 11 Olivia Larson 49 12 Joanna Greenberg 50 13 Ginny Barnes 51 14 Liesl Bogaard 56 15 Annika Laufer 73 16 Abby Laufer 74 17 Tabitha Gray 76 18 Katherine Taisey 77 19 Ravenna Nelson 83
Time 0:25:51.9 0:30:24.3 0:33:34.6 0:37:24.0 Time 0:25:51.7 0:25:52.6 0:25:56.5 0:26:09.3 0:26:25.5 0:27:27.2 0:27:32.2 0:29:22.0 0:29:31.4 0:32:08.3 0:32:09.8 0:32:12.8 0:32:16.6 0:33:14.0 0:36:22.5 0:36:27.2 0:36:35.7 0:36:35.8 0:39:28.7
Female 15 - 18 Overall 1 Kalie Heffernan 19 2 Annalisa Ursino 20 3 Anna Ripley 23 4 Taylor Hernandez 37 5 Madison Kendrick 66 6 Savannah Easterday70 Female 19 - 29 Overall 1 Katrina Mares 2 2 Erin Laubes 5 3 Kathyrn Eggink 27 4 Kirsten Ligotti 34 5 Sarah Whims 41 6 Ashley Stramp 43 7 Elizabeth Dixon 67 8 Kyle Hatch 86 Female 30 - 39 Overall 1 Eileen Miller 4 2 Krissy Durston 6 3 Sarah Luzader 10 4 Elizabeth Hart 21 5 Charon Sprague 24 6 Meghan Harken 42 7 Angie Harpole 44 8 Kelly Keenan 60 9 Desiree Nelson 68 10 Kelly Biedenweg 79 11 Cyndi Oâ€™Brien 84 Female 40 - 49 Overall 1 Michelle Neal 1 2 Kate Cunningham 3 3 Karen Ripley 7 4 Beth Hamilton 16 5 Leslie Prentiss 18 6 Heather Krause 22 7 Elicia Johnson 28 8 Judy Bardsley 30 9 Lea Heffernan 31 10 Brenda Martin 32 11 Michelle McVeigh 38 12 Mindy Ursino 39 13 Erica Davidson 52 14 Debbie Banner 53 15 Kathy Oâ€™Rourke 54 16 Lori Rosellini 63 17 Brenda Sansom 64 18 Terri Vickers 69 19 Laura Whitmore 75 20 Amy Mercer 82 21 Elizabeth Berns 85 Female 50 - 59 Overall 1 Laura Weston 17 2 Nancy Kappelman 45 3 Casey Rouse 46 4 Amy Bogaard 55 5 Lynda Fitzpatrick 58 6 Katherine Whitney 61 7 Claire Bronson 62 8 Sue Carette 71 9 Colleen Carette 72 Female 60 - 69 Overall 1 Diane Kukull 15 2 Martha Hatch 47 3 Phyllis Davis 57 4 Barbara Baumann 65 5 Carol Butler 81 Female-Not Categorized Overall 1 Karen Olsen 29 2 Janet Williams 33 3 Leigh Moorhouse 80
Time 0:27:02.1 0:27:03.0 0:27:23.4 0:29:46.7 0:34:58.3 0:36:01.7 Time 0:23:24.3 0:24:59.6 0:27:44.6 0:29:17.1 0:30:33.0 0:30:58.7 0:35:06.5 0:58:15.2 Time 0:24:23.2 0:25:06.6 0:25:52.2 0:27:05.6 0:27:24.1 0:30:50.6 0:31:12.0 0:33:34.7 0:35:21.8 0:37:48.5 0:39:53.2 Time 0:21:31.8 0:24:02.1 0:25:37.4 0:26:41.2 0:27:01.1 0:27:07.5 0:27:48.0 0:28:41.5 0:28:43.3 0:28:50.5 0:30:03.2 0:30:06.7 0:32:38.1 0:32:57.2 0:33:05.7 0:34:14.8 0:34:16.5 0:35:44.4 0:36:31.7 0:38:35.5 0:43:46.3 Time 0:26:46.4 0:31:13.9 0:31:28.5 0:33:13.3 0:33:26.6 0:33:48.8 0:33:59.3 0:36:10.0 0:36:11.4 Time 0:26:29.8 0:32:04.5 0:33:18.5 0:34:28.3 0:38:34.4 Time 0:27:57.7 0:29:11.8 0:38:23.7
5K Walk - Finishers Male - Not Categorized Overall 1 Bob McMahon 10 2 Drew Endrody 12 3 Gary Preston 16 4 Hudson Rozelle 18 5 Joe Labrum 19 6 Theodore Schiotz 20 7 Nicholas Clark 24
Time 0:42:05.4 0:43:43.1 0:45:02.0 0:45:10.9 0:45:18.5 0:45:26.4 0:46:17.0
8 Justin Howell 27 9 Randy Neely 31 10 Charlie Pieterick 33 11 Russell Howell 39 12 David Giusti 45 13 Thomas Pigsley 52 14 Epifanio Wilson 53 15 Carson Nye 62 16 Julian Ranke 65 17 Eric Heffelfinger 67 18 Jim Gerlich 69 19 Karl Craine 70 20 Jeffrey Parrish 74 21 John Baumann 76 22 Harry Gerecke 79 23 Jon Andvick 82 Female -Not Categorized Overall 1 Wendy Kearns 1 2 Isadora Meyerhoff 2 3 Novelle Meyerhoff 3 4 Faye Wirth 4 5 Robin Lauber 5 6 Michelle Larson 6 7 Elena Weitz 7 8 Jan Barnes 8 9 Marie Culley 9 10 Karla Jensen 11 11 Laurie Stewart 13 12 Jane Schmaus 14 13 Mallory Preston 15 14 Madison Clark 17 15 Charlotte Skeffington 21 16 Lori Horan 22 17 Lyn Preston 23 18 Becky Sears 25 19 Katie Sears 26 20 Anna Howell 28 21 Isabella Dougher 29 22 Jaculin Dougher 30 23 Anne Neely 32 24 Cate Howell 34 25 Marcie Rubardt 35 26 Elizabeth Freeman 36 27 Tiffany DeBolt 37 28 Madalyn Marlatt 38 29 Amelia Wirth 40 30 Seiri Du Pen 41 31 Madeline Lauber 42 32 Hannah Lauber 43 33 Sofia Giusti 44 34 Bryn Bjorklund 46 35 Elizabeth Gleb 47 36 Kara Sears 48 37 Paula Strand 49 38 Mary Thornton 50 39 Linda Peterson 51 40 Nan Wilson 54 41 Sybil Weber-Borst 55 42 Colleen Borst 56 43 Lyn Neisius 57 44 Fionna Cissell 58 45 Keri Ascherfeld 59 46 Margaret Rubens-Ellis 60 47 Peg Rieder 61 48 Carolyn Du Pen 63 49 Lesa Sroufe 64 50 Sabine Ranke 66 51 Margaret Heffelfinger 68 52 Hita Johnson 71 53 Deb Hanes 72 54 Angela Officer 73 55 Jessica Schreiber 75 56 Mary Burson 77 57 Diana Labrum 78 58 Joanne Goforth 80 59 Gwen Goforth 81 60 Ginger Simmons 83
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medical and dental insurance and will provide me an opportunity to put enough aside for retirement.â€? â€œIt was something I had to do in the interest of my future,â€? Maaz added. News of Maazâ€™s departure hit some members of Vashonâ€™s social services community hard. Many admire Maaz, a warm and easy-going man whoâ€™s considered a sharp and focused administrator as well. He also plays a lead role on Vashon: He heads the Social Services Network, a new coalition of organizations working in concert to ensure a range of Island needs is met. And heâ€™s on the board of the Chamber of Commerce, the Vashon Island Rotary and K2 Commons. â€œLosing him is going to be devastating,â€? said Emma Amiad, who heads the Interfaith Council to Prevent Homelessness and is
active in the Social Services Network. â€œHeâ€™s been exceptional. Iâ€™m sure everything will keep moving forward. Iâ€™m just disappointed,â€? she said. Maaz, she added, has shown considerable leadership both at VYFS and on the Social Services Network. â€œKen is fearless,â€? she said. â€œHe says what heâ€™s thinking. He lays out exactly what the path should be. And he doesnâ€™t sweat the small stuff.â€? At VYFS, board members and employees also said they were extremely sorry to see Maaz go. â€œWeâ€™re deeply disappointed,â€? said George Butler, who chairs the VYFS board. Maaz, he said, has a blend of skills that worked beautifully at VYFS, a complex organization that receives an array of public funds, private funds and fees for services â€” all systems that require different kinds of reporting. â€œIt takes someone who can work their way through a fairly complex series of grants and reporting requirements, and thatâ€™s one special skill Ken has,â€? Butler said.
Equally important, Butler added, under Maaz staff morale has grown at VYFS, where people are â€œvery hard working and grossly underpaid.â€? â€œHeâ€™s an enormous loss. Thereâ€™s no question about it,â€? Butler said. VYFS, with a budget of $1.15 million and a staff of 10 full-time employees and 15 parttime employees, has grown during Maazâ€™s brief tenure. It now runs Vashon Kids, a before- and after-school child care program. PlaySpace, in the former YMCA building just north of town, is now owned by VYFS and offers a suite of programs and services. The agency is also more active in the public schools, working closely with administrators on programs to prevent youth substance abuse. And the number of counseling sessions with the agencyâ€™s therapists has increased: In 2009, VYFS provided 3,300 sessions; this year, itâ€™s on track to provide 4,500 sessions, Maaz said. One of its biggest projects involves a federal drug-free communities grant, overseen by a coalition housed at VYFS. Luke
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Vashon Island Unitarian Fellowship
Community, Diversity, Freedom of Belief, Enrichment of Spirit Sunday Services at 9:45 am (Septâ€“June) Religious Exploration for toddlersâ€“8th Grade
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Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit
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Calvary Full Gospel Church at Lisabeula Worship 10:30 am & 7:00 pm Thursday Bible Study 7:00 pm Call for location Saturday Prayer 7:30 pm
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The Rev Canon Carla Valentine Pryne Sundays â€“ 7:45 am & 10:15 am Church School & Religious Exploration 9:00am Child Care Mid-week Eucharist, Wednesdayâ€“12:30pm 15420 Vashon Hwy SW
Vashon Lutheran Church
18623 Vashon Hwy. SW (1/2 mile south of Vashon) Childrenâ€™s Hour 10:30 am (Sept.- June) Holy Communion Worship 10:30 am Pastors: Rev. Bjoern E. Meinhardt Rev. Jeff Larson, Ph.D., vm: 206-463-6359 www.vashonluthernchurch.org/JeffLarson/JeffLarson.htm
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Vashon Presbyterian Church
Our Vashon Island 463-2010 Community warmly invites you and your family to worship with them.
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McQuillin, who heads the effort for VYFS, said he, too, is sorry Maaz is leaving but doesnâ€™t think it will hurt the efforts of the coalition, called the Vashon Alliance to Reduce Substance Abuse (VARSA). â€œWeâ€™re going to miss him greatly. But we wonâ€™t fall over a cliff,â€? McQuillin said. Maaz came to VYFS in June 2010, drawn here in part because of his strong connections to Vashon. His sister and other family members live here. Indeed, he lived on Vashon for several years while commuting to a job in Tacoma. He now plans to move back to Tacoma â€” he owns a condo there â€” and will commute to Enumclaw. But he said he hopes that heâ€™ll be back often, and, when he does, he thinks he might be able to more fully embrace Island life. As VYFSâ€™s executive director, he said, heâ€™s worked many weekends and nights. â€œVashon has always been a special place to me. ... I hope to come over on weekends and enjoy all the things I love about this place, more than I do now,â€? he said.
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makes for good exercise. â€œYou can paddle around and enjoy the calm water, or if you really want to, it can be a great core workout,â€? she said. Islander Wilson Abbot, an avid windsurfer who sometimes sails or kayaks, said that in recent years he has taken to stand-up paddleboarding for its simplicity. Abbott, 64, said he first saw paddleboarders at a beach on Whidbey Island. He likes that paddleboarding doesnâ€™t rely on the wind, he said, and he has found the board he purchased to be much easier to transport than a kayak. His favorite spot to paddle is KVI Beach. â€œI liked the idea that with paddleboarding I didnâ€™t have to be confined to a cockpit or a kayak,â€? he said. â€œI could stand on it, sit down and paddle or lay on it and float around if I wanted. â€Ś I like the minimalist sort of aspect.â€? Susan McCabe, program director at the Vashon Park District, said that last summer a surprising number of people told the park district they wished they could try paddleboarding at its Jensen Point kayak center. McCabe herself tried paddleboarding in Los Angeles before ordering boards for the district. She called the sport â€œchallenging without being terrifying.â€? â€œAt first I was afraid to fall in,â€? she added. â€œI fell in once, and after that I had a great time.â€? The kayak centerâ€™s two new boards â€” big and sturdy at 10 and 11 feet long â€” have been popular so far, said Pam Wise, who runs the center. Beginners usually stick close to the shore, she said, but sheâ€™s also been surprised to see paddleboarders keep up with kayakers. â€œTheyâ€™ve been a real happy-making thing for our customers,â€? Wise said. Whatâ€™s most surprising to Wise, though, is the range in ages of paddleboarders. Teens seem to love the boards, she said, but older people get out there as well. Just last week, she said, a man who looked to be in his 70s rented one. â€œHe got on it and went out and had a great time,â€? Wise said. Frequent paddleboarders, however, say they wish more Islanders would join them on the water. Abbott said he hardly ever sees paddlers at Vashon beaches, and Groth said that notices she posted at both CafĂŠ Luna and the Burton Coffee Stand seeking a paddling partner got no responses. â€œIf there were more paddleboarders on the Island, it would be fun to have a race or do something,â€? she said. Croonquist, however, said paddleboarding is still catching on. More and more of her friends, she said, are begging to go out on the boards. â€œIf you donâ€™t have one you donâ€™t really think about it,â€? she said. â€œBut when you see one out there, youâ€™re like, â€˜I want to try that.â€™â€? The Vashon Kayak Center offers paddleboards to rent for $15 an hour. The cost includes a paddle, wetsuit, leash and lifejacket. The boards can be reserved in advance by calling the kayak center at 463-9257.
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June 17: A garbage can at the Sunrise Ridge baseball fields burned after a fire was started in it. June 22: Power tools were stolen from an unlocked shed on the 8200 block of Quartermaster Drive. An individual at the Village Green was found to possess marijuana. June 24: A juvenile runaway was reported. June 27: An individual on the 1400 block of 140th Street reported that a friend
Almeda (Koehn) Gilchrist Cruse Born February 15, 1921 in Taloga, OK, Almeda, 90, died April 15, 2011 in Federal Way, WA. Raised in Oklahoma, she married Wilke Cruse in 1955 in Denver, CO. After living many places they settled in West Seattle. They built a home on Vashon Island, living there 20 plus years. Predeceased by her husband, Wilke, Almeda is survived by her sons, Keith Gilchrist (Barbara) and Kendall Gilchrist (Bonnie) and her daughter, Karen Carpenter (Chuck); five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A memorial will be held at Kendallâ€™s home August 4, 2012, 1-3pm at 434 SW 297th, Federal Way, 98023. RSVP 253-941-9127.
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stole his or her vehicle then moved across the country. June 28: A kayak was stolen from a commercial building on the 12100 block of Cemetery Road. Wire and metal have been stolen there in the past. June 30: An unlocked home on the 1720 block of 107th Avenue was broken into. Nothing was stolen. July 1: An individual vandalized a wall at the Vashon Pharmacy with a marker then ran from police. July 2: Domestic violence was reported at a home on the north end. The suspect slapped the victim in the face with an open hand. July 3: A lawn mower was stolen from a driveway on the 17400 block of Paige Lane. July 4: Juveniles setting off fireworks accidentally started a brush fire at KVI Beach. They extinguished the fire themselves. July 5: Items were stolen from a vehicle parked at Vashon Self Storage. The owner spent several months in Arizona and recently returned to find the items missing. A home and outbuildings on the 10200 block of Cove
Road were burglarized while residents were watching Fourth of July fireworks. The suspect reportedly ransacked the home. July 6: A home on the 17300 block of 90th Avenue was burglarized. Ongoing thefts were reported at a 15-acre property on the 21200 block of Westside Highway. Items have been stolen from both a building there and the surrounding acreage. July 7: A mailbox on the 11800 block of 220th Street was exploded by a firecracker. The mailbox was completely flattened. Island Insurance was broken into. The suspect entered the building by breaking a window, and nothing was stolen. July 9: A garden area at Misty Isle Farms on 220th Street was vandalized. July 10: An individual was assaulted by a transient outside Vashon Market. The victim was struck on the side of the head with a closed fist. July 11: A lawn mower was stolen from an unlocked shed on the 24300 block of 47th Avenue.
Florence Eleanor Bickle
Born to Walter and Nellie Doyle on October 4, 1918 in Aberdeen, Washington, Florence grew up on Vashon Island and remained there until 1985 when she moved with her husband to Puyallup, WA. Florence attended the University of Washington, Peterson Business College and over the years was employed by a legal firm in Seattle, Brunswick, Puget Sound Power and Light, and Boeing. In 1942, she married Monty Bickle and they had two daughters, Marcy and Bobbie. Florence was a very sweet and kind person who was loved by everyone who knew her. She enjoyed sewing, baking, reading, traveling by air and having coffee with friends. Florence is preceded in death by her father in 1927, her mother in 1971 and her husband in 2000. She is survived by her daughters, Marcy Maxwell (Vancouver, WA) and Bobbie Smith (Gig Harbor, WA), son in law, Ed Maxwell, four granddaughters, and ten great grandchildren. Florence passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family, on Sunday, June 17th at the age of 93. Donations may be made to Southwest Washington Hospice or Humane Society for SW Washington. â€˘
A man pulled over near the intersection of Soper Road and 90th Avenue was found to be driving with a suspended license. He was also found to possess drug paraphernalia. Property was stolen from a unlocked room at Vashon Community Care. July 12: Aluminum metalwork stolen from the Vashon Park District was found and returned. July 13: A traffic complaint was filed about vehicles speeding near the inter-
section of Dock Street and 160th Street. An 18 year old pulled over near the intersection of Vashon Highway and Pillsbury Road had alcohol on his or her breath and ran from police. July 14: A woman turned over two small bags of marijuana to the Vashon SubStation. The marijuana was taken from her son. July 15: A greenhouse on the 10800 block of Bank Road was vandalized. Windows were broken.
Donald Ivan Douglas Jr. Donald Ivan Douglas Jr. devoted and loving husband and father was born on April 3rd, 1960. Don was returned to his beloved Lord on July 18th, 2012. He passed away suddenly from heart complications. He graduated from Vashon High School in Washington state in 1978. He was active in Scouts. He went to the Dockton Community Church. He was married to Jana Montgomery for 31 years. They have five children together residing in West Seattle and then moved to Draper, Utah to help start South Mountain Community Church in 1998. He was a devoted follower of Jesus Christ. He worked in Industrial Safety and Insurance Sales. He is deeply loved and greatly missed. He is remembered for his loving and caring manner as well as wonderful sense of humor. Don was preceded in death by his father, Donald Ivan Douglas, mother, Dollie Douglas, father-inlaw, Don Montgomery and brother-in-law Arnold Bruce Lewis. He is survived by his loving wife Jana, mother-in-law, Marcia Montgomery, his children, Rheanna, Lauren, Aundra, Jackson, Evee and 3 granddaughters as well as 7 siblings; brothers: James Estes and wife Sharon, Robert Douglas and wife Lorna, sisters: Sharon Lawson and husband Paul, Sandra Lewis, Charr Douglas, Sheree Tomoson and husband Tim, Shirley Douglas, sister-in-law Dianne Chiswell and husband Tim, brother-in-law Phil Montgomery and wife Cle, 9 nephews, 8 nieces, many cousins, and countless friends. Memorial service held in Draper, Utah ~ Wednesday, July 25th at 11:45 a.m. at South Mountain Community Church, 14216 S. Bangerter Pkwy. Service in Vashon TBD at a later date. Condolences or donations to help the family can be sent to his wife Jana, 144035 Bridgefield, Draper, Utah 84020.
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Roger is a gentle well-behaved Labrador mix about 7 years old. He gets along well with the other dogs and walks quietly on the leash but loves to run free on the beach and splash in the waves. He is patient with smaller children and adores teens. Roger must have a SECURELY FENCED YARD; if he is left alone he will try to find you, but he does not bark or cry when left. He is chipped, neutered, and current on all his shots. To learn more about Roger or arrange to visit him, e-mail Joan at email@example.com or call 206 463-2608; or Lisa, Info@VIPP.org or 206 389-1085. $125 adoption fee.
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3 bdrmÂ‹2.5 bathÂ‹5 AC
Pristine privacy on the Westside AND near ferries! Spacious home with a great floor plan, garage with shop/studio plumbed for 3/4 bath. MLS #372158 $647,500
Mg Broker 206/650-6210
Â‹View! Â‹1 bdrm
Â‹48â€™ wft Â‹2 bdrm
West side timber-frame, Sound views, shared beach just outside your door! Custom-built, lots of wood & windows the hideaway youâ€™ve been waiting for! Offered at $289,000
4 bdrmÂ‹2.5 bathÂ‹1.99 AC
Lovely updates accent period details in this 1918 Craftsman! Inviting master suite, new cookâ€™s kitchen. Studio & 2 stalls at pastureâ€™s edge! MLS #356826 $475,000
BEACH, VIEWS, LOCATION
Sophisticated two level design with a private bdrm & 3/4 bath on each floor! Stairs to beach, near Seattle ferries. Offered at $529,000
2 bdrmÂ‹Zoned Commercial
Lots of possibilities! Zoned commercial/ industrial - 2 bdrm home, big shop used for boat repair business, large garage. Sewer available. MLS #366138 $450,000
2 bdrmÂ‹1540 SFÂ‹.39 AC
Convenient, quiet location, immaculate home! Custom finishes, hardwood floors, new windows, terrific studio; charming outbldgs. MLS #343835 $299,000
X#373896 Â… 4 bdrmX Phil McClure $559,000 206/696-1800 11738 - 98th Place SW
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X#383448 Â† 4 bdrmX Jean Bosch JUST LISTED! $399,000 8903 SW 159th Street 206/919-5223
Westside! Classic cottage in a quiet community, beach access & pretty Sound views. Lots to fix - and lots to enjoy! MLS #359737 $179,000
3+ bdrmÂ‹1.75 bathÂ‹View!
Big deck and bigger view; Mt. Rainier, city, Sound - a fabulous vista! Spacious & sunny, 2 bonus rooms, sunroom. Beach & pool rights. MLS #139862 $344,000
Land For Sale X#368677 Â‡ 4 bdrmX $499,000 Diane Stoffer 206/650-6210 21030 Tramp Hbr Rd SW
X#336100 Âˆ 2 bdrmX $425,000 Nancy Sipple 22522 Dockton Rd SW 206/463-2361
X#369564 Â‰ 3 bdrmX $469,000 Susan Lofland 24315 - 49th Place SW 206/650-6210
Deb Cain 206/930-5650
Jean Jean Bosch Bosch (206) (206) 919-5223 919-5223 Deb Deb Cain Cain (206) (206) 930-5650 930-5650 Ishan Ishan Dillon Dillon (206) (206) 355-4100 355-4100 Leslie Leslie Ferriel Ferriel (206) (206) 235-3731 235-3731
4 bdrmX X#382981 $599,000 23504 - 145th Place SW
Crist Crist Granum Granum (206) (206) 419-3661 419-3661 Susan Susan Lofland Lofland (206) (206) 999-6470 999-6470 David David Knight Knight (206) (206) 388-9670 388-9670
Pt. RobinsonÂ‹5.89 Acres
Mt Rainier & Sound view! Water share and 2nd well. MLS #362036 $245,000
Phil Phil McClure McClure (206) (206) 696-1800 696-1800 Val (206) 790-8779 790-8779 Val Seath Seath (206) Nancy Nancy Sipple Sipple (206) (206) 465-2361 465-2361
Forested, paid water share, great soils, full sun! MLS #370664 $148,500
Diane Diane Stoffer Stoffer (206) (206) 650-6210 650-6210 Ken Ken Zaglin Zaglin (206) (206) 940-4244 940-4244 Len Len Wolff Wolff (206) (206) 300-7594 300-7594 JOHN JOHN L L SCOTT SCOTT VSH VSH