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BANK ROBBERY | Kirkland and Everett men charged in Kirkland Key Bank robbery [3]

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Kirkland judge drops assault case between Jerramy Stevens, Hope Solo female suffering from a hip injury, and a 34-yearA Kirkland judge old male suffering from dropped the domestic vio- multiple bumps, scrapes lence assault case against and contusions. Kirkland former Husky Jerramy Fire Department personStevens on Tuesday due to nel treated the injuries. insufficient evidence. Based on informaKirkland police arrested tion provided by those Stevens on Monday for involved and upon the ofallegedly assaulting and ficers’ observations of the injuring former Husky scene and visible evidence and Olympic gold medalpresent, officers arrested ist Hope Solo during a Stevens on investigation house party altercation of fourth-degree domestic between eight people. Solo violence assault on the is believed to be Steven’s female resident who suffiancée, but his attorney fered a laceration to her wouldn’t confirm. elbow, believed “The issue to be Solo. here is whethThe victim er the crime was reported was committo be the ted and the fiancée of answer is ‘no,’” Stevens. The said Steven’s investigation lawyer, Todd was forwardMaybrown. ed to Kirk“No crime land’s Family was commitViolence Unit ted, she was Detective for not assaulted further inves(by him).” tigation. Kirkland The female Todd Maybrown, who police ofrepresents former Husky with the hip ficers were injury and the Jerramy Stevens, speaks dispatched to to media at Kirkland male with mula disturbance Municipal Court on tiple scrapes call in the 6400 Monday. MATT PHELPS, and bruises block of N.E. indicated they Kirkland Reporter 138th Place at had been as3:45 a.m. on Monday. saulted by a male who had The call involved a come to the party and fled physical altercation beprior to police arrival. tween eight people during They could only proa house party and the use vide a vague description of a stun gun. of this subject and stated Upon arrival, officers they did not know him. contacted several people Stevens has a history of at the residence who apprior convictions. peared to be intoxicated “Perhaps he doesn’t and were uncooperative get a fair shake because as officers began their people look at that past investigation. history, whatever it is, and Officers found a reach conclusions that 31-year-old female sufferthey shouldn’t reach,” said ing from a laceration to Maybrown. the elbow, a 32-year-old

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Kirkland residents Chris McDaniel (right), with his son, Max and his partner, Shaun Kelly (left) and Shaun’s son, Caspian. CONTRIBUTED

Beyond marriage: Gay couple sees new measure as acceptance BY CARRIE RODRIGUEZ


hile thousands of same-sex couples in Washington are planning their lavish wedding days – some as soon as Dec. 9 – Shaun Kelly and his partner are in no hurry. “I’ve got a feeling that it’s going to be very busy in the gay community. I don’t think there’s going to be a free weekend on the gay calendar for at least a year,” said Kelly on the passage of Washington’s Referendum 74. “Everybody is just going

to buy bulk amounts of toasters and wedding gifts. It’s something that I really want but I don’t want to think about it too much until it happens.” In fact, for Kelly and his partner, Chris McDaniel, R-74 goes far beyond weddings and even marriage. It’s about children – and being accepted. “You don’t go down on bent knees and ask somebody to be in a civil union,” said Kelly, 44, who campaigne d for R-74. “It just makes a big difference in what people are allowed to do and how it makes

people feel more accepted in the community. That’s the biggest part of it for me, is just acceptance and the ability to be seen as being a regular person.” He added that the measure will also allow children of gay couples and gay children themselves to feel accepted. R-74 asked people to approve or reject a state law legalizing same-sex marriage that legislators passed earlier this year. Gov. Chris Gregoire signed that law in January but it was placed on hold pending the election’s [ more MARRIAGE page 3 ]

A man residing at Tent City 4 in Kirkland was charged Nov. 8 with raping a child in Tacoma before he moved to the homeless encampment at St. John Mary Vianney Catholic Church in October. Robert Bruce McKayErskine, 35, was charged with three counts of first-degree child rape and two counts of first-degree child molestation on Nov. 8 in Pierce County Superior Court. Tacoma police arrested the man at the Kirkland church on Nov. 7 and his bail was set at $100,000 . In response to the arrest, church officials sent out a letter to the church community on Nov. 8, notifying people of the incident. “I want to assure you that the accused, like all residents, was subjected to a thorough background and a sexualoffender check prior to being granted residence at Tent City,” said church Pastor Ramon Santa Cruz in the letter, noting the background checks came up clear. The criminal charges were filed on Oct. 26, nearly two weeks after McKay-Erskine became a Tent City resident. Tacoma police responded to the sexual abuse claims on Oct. 11, two days before Tent City moved to Kirkland. Following the arrest, parish staff met with Tent City staff and have taken steps to implement a system of random weekly sexual-offender checks for residents to “assure the safety and security of our neighbors, parishioners and all who use our parish [ more TENT CITY page 2 ]

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J.S. Bach’s “How Brightly Shines the Morning Star,” and “Ola Gjeilo’s Sunrise Mass” — and the second half to “evening stars” including a tender arrangement of “All Through the Night” for women’s voices (Felicia Sandler); the heartwarming, “Cover Me with the Night,” (Andrea Ramsey) for men’s choir; and Pacific NW native, Morten Lauridsen’s, soul-stirring, “Sure on this Shining Night.” The audience will join the choir in linking earth and the starry heavens in the soaring melody, “Oh Holy Night, the Stars Are Brightly Shining.” Bastyr Chapel is located at 14500 Juanita Drive, Kenmore. First United Methodist Church is on 180 Denny Way in Seattle. Tickets are available at 425-296-0612 or www.

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Kirkland, Everett men charged in Kirkland Key Bank robbery

Two men were charged with first-degree robbery Wednesday for taking money from a Finn Hill Key Bank last Friday. Brian Ward Espelund, 41, of Everett was given a $1 million bail and his alleged accomplice, Michael Joseph Rogers, Jr., 47, from Kirkland faces a $100,000 bail. Both are being held in King County jail. Espelund allegedly walked into Key Bank on Nov. 2 and handed the teller a note, demanding money. About

$5,480 was picked up, according to charging documents. Espelund allegedly directed the teller to exclude any dye packs or trackers in the money. Court documents indicate the suspect was wearing a disguise comprised of a blonde wig, black Seahawks baseball hat and black track suit. Witnesses say a man wearing a wig proceeded to run north toward an apartment complex after exiting the bank. Kirkland police arrived at the scene. A witness said Espelund supposedly got into

a turquoise-green Dodge pick-up truck with silver on the bottom, which then drove quickly away, and was headed north on Juanita Drive N.E. King County charging documents indicate Rogers was the driver of the vehicle. An officer drove down Juanita Drive and stopped when he noticed the vehicle matching the description. But the truck took off as soon as the officer put on his lights. After failure to yield, speeding and other traffic violations ensued, the truck stopped in the parking lot of the Manhatten Express

grocery store. Rogers and a 29-year-old woman who has not been charged, were arrested. Police found Espelund hiding in the cab of the truck. An officer at the scene observed dark clothing and a “crisp” $50 bill lying on the floorboards of the truck, according to documents. The bank teller was brought to the scene and positively identified Espelund as the robber. The witness also positively identified the vehicle as the truck he saw fleeing the scene. Although officers

informed Espelund of his Miranda rights twice, he told officers he thought it would be a good idea to rob the bank on a Friday after people had deposited their paychecks, the documents continue. The woman involved said she was dropped off by the men at a supermarket before the crime and then picked up again about 10 to 15 minutes after. She claimed there was no conversation of the robbery until the arrests were made. The two men had slightly different stories on the

Schools locked down during pursuit of car thieves By Raechel Dawson

Kirkland schools went into lockdown Friday after Kirkland police informed school officials that two suspects of a stolen vehicle were loose. Thoreau Elementary sent out an email at approximately 2:30 p.m. notifying families of the lockdown. The email said at 11:40 a.m. the school received a call from police telling them to keep students inside because they were in pursuit of “three suspects.” The school responded by

locking all doors, windows and closing blinds. Lt. Mike Murray said police did inform the schools located around the 9000 block of N.E. 132nd St. of the pursuit but, he says, they did not advise them to hold a lockdown. Kathryn Reith, communications director of the Lake Washington School District, confirmed Finn Hill Middle School also held a modified lockdown. According to Murray, police followed the white SUV until a male and female

got out and ran north toward a wooded area. It is unknown if the two suspects were armed, but Murray said police had no reason to believe they were. Five or six police units responded and were on scene for about 45 minutes. A few officers stayed to search through the woods, but no arrests were made, Murray said. “Unfortunately a lot of people leave valuables in their cars and prowlers see them, break in and steal,” Murray said.

woman’s role in the situation. Rogers’ neighbor confirmed details of the crime, documents continue, and added that she had been keeping a detailed log of Rogers’ suspicious activity. Both Rogers and Espelund have previous convictions. Rogers has been convicted of drug possession, assault, disorderly conduct and federal bank robbery. Espelund has a history of assault, theft, possession of drug paraphernalia, false statements, burglary, robber and forgery. Arraignment is scheduled for Nov. 21.

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umorist Will Rogers once noted that “politics has become so expensive that it takes a lot of money even to be defeated.” If he could only see it now. Estimates put the cost of the recent presidential race at $2.6 billion. That means one side spent more than $1 billion only to lose. We’d hope there was a lesson there – but we doubt it. If the public were to believe the unending direct mail pieces flooding mailboxes, countless robo-phone calls, and an unconscionable number of vile “hit pieces” on television, they would conclude that the best candidate for the job should have been “none of the above.” We suspect many people were sick of the whole thing weeks before Nov. 6. The blame for a lot of this falls on the “super PACs,” collections of groups outside a politician’s direct campaign that are allowed to raise unlimited amounts of money. The situation actually is worse since many groups don’t have to register with the Federal Election Commission because they say they are focusing on “educational,” not “political” activities. We’re calling – well, you know – on that. This money-grubbing situation isn’t limited to the presidential race. The cost of political campaigns nationwide is estimated to be $6 billion. In our state alone, the race for governor is expected to reach a total cost of $46 million. Despite this national effort, many voters say they don’t expect things to change much regardless of who is elected president. We may not get the “best candidate that money can buy,” but we’re certainly going to get one who is ridiculously expensive.

Kudos to City of Kirkland for citizen-led initiative Kirkland voters approved Propostion 1 and 2 just two

weeks ago after much controversy among home owners. Prop. 1 will provide funds for street resurfacing, pothole repairs, sidewalk and crosswalk improvement through an ongoing tax levy of 20.4 cents per $1,000 of assessed value. Homeowners with a home valued at $346,000 would pay an annual estimated cost of $70.78. Prop. 2 is for the upkeep of Kirkland parks and the continuation of lifeguard services around Kirkland beaches. This tax levy calls for 16 cents per $1,000 of assessed property value. The permanent levy will tax an annual $55.36 for homes valued at the same median assessed valuation. Both propositions equate to $11 in taxes per month for homeowners. And although many wrote to the Reporter expressing concerns on the measures, the Kirkland City Council ensured these propositions were open for public vote. The council also asked the community for their

involvement. The council appointed a group of citizens in September 2011 called the Park Funding Exploratory Committee. The city asked the group to consider and make recommendations regarding funding to help meet the capital, maintenance, and operational needs of the city’s park, open space and recreation system. The committee was comprised of nearly 50 citizens representing a broad array of key community stakeholders. After gathering information about goals and needs for Kirkland parks, the group recommended Propositions 1 and 2. Councilwoman Amy Walen said this was the community’s campaign all the way along. The city will also start working on the groups’ goals right away. Kudos to the council for also making these citizen-led initiatives.

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Fawn stolen from lawn I am 97 years old and I live with my daughter and son-in-law. My son-in-law spent 20 years in the service defending our country. I looked out my kitchen window yesterday morning and someone had stolen the small cement deer fawn. The fawn had been give me as a birthday gift several years ago. We had three cement deer in our front yard, a buck, a doe and the small fawn. The fawn is now gone from our front yard. The fawn was removed from our front yard during the early hours of the morning. Through the years, we used the three deer in our front yard to direct persons not familiar with our area to our home. We also had many families walking by with children who would come into our yard for the children to see and even pet the deer even though they were cement. I really would like for the

fawn to be returned. We love our country but we also have only pity for thieves like this. We have been citizens of Kirkland for many years.

Esther Scotvold, Kirkland

Another plea to Kirkland residents Well, it’s that time of year again. Time for me to beg and you to say yes to helping decorate Kirkland. This year should prove to be the most impressive we have ever had. I can’t begin to tell you how many hours David DeBois at Banner Bank has put in. Everything is going to be so fabulous for our little ones and our shoppers. Here are the details. Anyone over 14 years of age is invited to help decorate downtown Kirkland on Saturday, Nov. 17. The group will meet for coffee and pastries at 8:30 a.m. in the main lobby at Merrill Gardens, 201 Kirkland Ave. At 9 a.m. we will go out to decorate in groups of three-tofour. Around noon we will be

nourished at Merrill Gardens with pasta from George’s and there will also be pizza and salad too. Bring: pliers, cutters, gloves, extension ladders, medium ladder, 1 large “A” frame ladder, gloves, warm clothing and for those of you with sensitive ears don’t forget the ear muffs. We need 130 volunteers. On behalf of everyone in the Kirkland Downtown Association, let me say thank you in advance for always coming through. Kirkland has the very best citizens ever and I always get a little teary eyed when I think about how you always come through.

Patty Tucker, Kirkland

Good luck getting council to acknowledge traffic mess I wish the writer well in his efforts to address the parking problem, a problem created by the Kirkland City Council. Their

underlying reason for approving congestion is to force people to use mass transit, which on the Eastside means buses. The city is required to have a traffic engineer, so they hired one. It wasn’t long before they changed his title from traffic engineer to transportation engineer just to push for mass transit. In doing so, his title should be congestion engineer, one that is not promoting the necessary traffic improvements required to support mass transit. When those people get off the bus, they hit the road in their cars adding to the congestion we already have. So good luck on getting the council to acknowledge our parking problem, our traffic jams and enforcement of the concurrency provision of the Growth Management Act. They are not doing their jobs and are reducing the quality of life of those who live here.

Robert L. Style, Kirkland

November 16, 2012 [5] [ MARRIAGE from page 1] outcome. Washington state voters approved gay marriage during the general election, joining Maine and Maryland as the first states to pass same-sex marriage by popular vote. Six other states — New York, Connecticut, Iowa, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont — and the District of Columbia already allowed gay marriage, but those states’ laws were enacted either by lawmakers or court rulings. Same-sex couples in Washington can apply for marriage licenses as early as Dec. 6 and can use those licenses starting Dec. 9. Kelly and McDaniel, who live in Kirkland’s North Juanita neighborhood with their two 11-year-old sons, met on an online dating site more than two years ago. McDaniel said when he met Kelly and they discovered that they had sons the same age, it was like “winning the lottery.” Shaun, who is currently still married to his wife, realized he was gay late in life. He came out in 2009 and met Chris about a year later when he was separated from his wife. “One of the biggest things is I’ve never been hated before,” said Kelly, noting his son took the transition very well. “I’ve always been a pretty well liked person and all of a sudden I’m hated by a huge portion of the country and to some degree the world. That was a real eye opener for me.” This caused Kelly to put his divorce on hold and get involved with the R-74 campaign, volunteering several hours each week to call mostly undecided voters. The England native also focused on getting his citizenship – which he

with a honeymoon, perhaps in Niagara Falls. “He’s got to propose to me first – I don’t want to do the asking this time,” said Kelly, laughing. “He

knows he’s going to have to pull all the stops out.” McDaniel says there will be a lot of crying, especially from Kelly, and he looks forward to “showing

our commitment to one another in front of our friends and family and children and being able to celebrate that.”

Proposed Public Comment Period to Approve Juanita Village Site Closure Report, Close Consent Decree, and Remove Site from Ecology’s Hazardous Site List Public Comment Period: November 16 – December 17, 2012 Shaun Kelley, left, campaigned for Referendum 74 that voters approved on Nov. 6. Kelly is pictured with his partner, Chris McDaniel (right), son Caspian (center) and McDaniel’s son, Max. CONTRIBUTED achieved on Sept. 19 – so that he could vote in this “pivotal election,” he said. During his campaigning, Kelly says he made several calls to voters who opposed R-74. He said some calls were “nasty,” including one call where someone told him: “I will find your mother and I will slit her throat in her sleep,” Kelly recalled. “But then I did have some people who were against it but weren’t mean. They just have this fixed notion in their head that the Bible says that homosexuality is a sin and that sinners should not be allowed to do what they want to do and don’t have equal rights.” He said that the campaign has also seen support from the religious community. He and McDaniel felt this support when they pulled their boys out of school in January and went to Olympia when Gregoire signed the initial same-sex marriage bill. “It was awesome – it was just people supporting each other,” said Kelly. “They were not expecting to get anywhere near as many people as they got there. They’d never seen that much of a turn out for a bill signing before.” McDaniel, age 42, said when voters approved R-74 two weeks ago, he

was amazed and didn’t expect it would happen in his lifetime. “There’s so many things that I can tell you that have been a continual slap in the face. I didn’t choose this lifestyle,” said McDaniel, who came out when he was 17. For example, after he bought his first house, he decided to add his former partner to the title and he had to pay an excise tax. “It was just such a slap to have to pay this extra $2,300 that my neighbor wouldn’t have had to pay,” he said. “These are the kinds of things that people don’t think about. There’s something like 2,000 benefits that automatically come from saying the words ‘I’m married.’” He said the new measure makes him feel valued. “This is such a gay reference, but I have to add I feel like Sally Field when she won the Oscar and she was like, ‘you liked me, you guys really, really liked me!’ It was a true validation by my peers, it was so overwhelming – I’m emotional now just thinking about it,” said McDaniel. Of course, the couple has also thought about their wedding day, which will come – some day. Kelly says he envisions a small wedding ceremony

Documents can be viewed at: Kirkland Public Library 308 Kirkland Ave Kirkland, WA 98033 Phone: (425) 822-2459 City of Kirkland Planning Department 123 Fifth Avenue Kirkland WA 98033 Phone: (425) 587-3256 Department of Ecology Northwest Regional Office 3190 160th Ave. SE Bellevue, WA 98008 By appointment only: Contact Sally Perkins Phone: (425) 649-7190 Hours: Tuesday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. –12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

The Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) and the parties responsible for the Site entered into a legal agreement called Prospective Purchaser Consent Decree in 2000. Juanita Village Site is located west of 98th Ave NE & north of Juanita Drive, Kirkland WA. The Site was a former strip mall with two former gas stations and former dry cleaning facilities that left contamination. The Consent Decree #00-2-16556-1SEA specifies the cleanup action tasks and compliance monitoring. The compliance monitoring is to document that the cleanup has been completed and the cleanup levels have been achieved. The Juanita Village Site has accomplished the cleanup actions and compliance monitoring. Ecology has reviewed and approved the Juanita Village Site Closure Report. The Closure Report includes description of the cleanup actions and all the soil and groundwater compliance monitoring results. Ecology has determined that the cleanup work at this Site meets the requirements of state cleanup regulations. This Site no longer poses a threat to human health or the environment. Ecology recommends closing the Consent Decree and removing this Site from the State’s Hazardous Sites List. Ecology is asking you to review the Site Closure Report and send your comments to the Site Manager, Maura O’Brien, Washington State Department of Ecology, 3190160th Ave. SE., Bellevue, WA 98008, or email, or call (425) 649-7249. For special accommodations or documents in alternate format, call (425) 649-7117, 711 (relay service), or 877-833-6341 (TTY).

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Java Zombies take over Totem Lake neighborhood Cafe owners say ‘cure’ is in the Vivace espresso BY RAECHEL DAWSON

For those who feel groggy, irritable and not quite “there” in the morning, the owners of Java Zombie say they have the cure. “If you’re an avid coffee drinker and you go to wherever you normally go (in the morning), and you don’t have your coffee, you feel like a zombie,” said coowner David Frisbie. “We have the cure. We really believe that because that’s how most of us feel when we don’t have our coffee.” And more than half of all Americans can attest to that. Nearly 60 percent of U.S. coffee drinkers claim they need a cup of coffee to start their day, according to But Java Zombie owners

did research before opening their cafe in Kirkland’s Totem Lake neighborhood Oct. 18 so they could serve patrons the best “cure” available. Local Vivace Espresso provides the best crema, which is “butter” of espresso, according to coowner Shanelle Allen. “It’s a creamy velvety layer of texture that sits on top of the espresso,” said Allen. “It’s got that beautiful smell, that aroma that brings you in. We have coffee that you’ll want to just drink as straight espresso.” Aside from the coffee, Java Zombie also provides the right kind of fuel. “The food is savory. The chipotle chicken, if you like spice, is probably one of the best things you’ll ever have. It’s my favorite, it’s his favorite,” said Allen as she pointed to Frisbie. The cafe uses Boar’s Head meat and cheese with local bread that comes from Essential Baking Company. Their cilantro pesto and Italian pesto sauces are custom-made by Allen. “I love to cook, I love to

feed people,” she said. “It’s part of my culture and to be able to make my recipes and build them into something to deliver to people, it’s amazing.” The most satisfying part for Frisbie and Allen, who are married, is seeing people enjoy their work, and most importantly their product. But getting to where they are was a struggle, as it is for most small businesses. “This was probably one of the hardest experiences I think all three of us had ever been through,” Allen said. “None of us had any experience in remodeling a restaurant. We learned a lot along the way.” It took nearly eight months, $120,000, blood, sweat and some tears to remodel the retail space at 12093 124th Ave. N.E. Even though it was stressful, it was “one of the most rewarding feelings” to have their work completed, they say. And Frisbie said the stress hasn’t deterred them from future expansion at all.

Co-owners Shanelle Allen , David Frisbie and Chris Alfano stand together at their cafe Java Zombie, located at 12093 124th Ave. N.E. RAECHEL DAWSON, Kirkland Reporter “We have a 10-year goal right now,” he said. “We’ll have at least 10 Java Zombies in 10 years.” The Totem Lake residents plan on keeping the cafes “somewhat close” to the original so that they become familiar to the general

Sisters organize food donations to Hopelink BY RAECHEL DAWSON

About 1,000 pounds of food were donated to Hopelink two weeks ago thanks to Evergreen Academy’s “star student,” Ellie Sivesind. Ellie, 8, and her older sister Emma, 10, often donate food and other items with their mother, Kimberlee Koplan. Koplan, who lives in Bothell, started the monthly tradition with her girls in April after her husband lost Ellie Sivesind stands with her second grade class from Evergreen his job. Academy at Hopelink. Sivesind helped organize the donation of 1,000 “It puts things in perspecpounds of food to families in need. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO tive. You really start to realize what you’re thankful who go to the food bank Kirkland. for,” said Koplan, who was six might have lost their job and “It was great what they did. months pregnant at the time. don’t have enough money to I was there for the weigh-in “We turned our energy into pay for food now - they could and it was a lot of fun,” said being thankful for what we do only have enough money to Hopelink spokeswoman Kris have. We could still put food pay for their house or apartBetker. “It’s hard not to be on our table and other people ment.” positive when you see kids can’t, so it made us more pasSo when Ellie was chosen taking on charitable efforts at sionate about giving back.” as “star student,” she got to their school.” This was the same concept work - with help from her Koplan said the fourth Koplan ingrained in her girls. mom and sister, of course. graders won the competition Their family has donated Ellie and Emma decided to because some of them figured goods for the last two years. have a competition between out that bags of potatoes can Koplan said she wanted her Ellie’s second grade class and weigh quite a bit - approxigirls to learn at a young age Emma’s fourth grade class. mately 50 pounds. that there are others out there They had about a week to “I was just happy we were who are in need. donate as much food as they donating,” said Emma. “I “It’s important because could before they were able didn’t care who won but that people need food to survive,” to present the goods during we were getting the donaEllie said. “Some of the people a field trip to Hopelink in tions!”

Betker said it’s important for children to learn about donating because it provides a new experience. But Betker adds that it’s especially important to consider giving to others in need during the winter season. “The holiday season is always a difficult time for our families,” Betker said. “The season itself puts added pressure to celebrate and have special meals, which is a tough thing to do.” During the field trip, Evergreen Academy’s principal Dana Mott saw that Hopelink also takes books. So, she rounded up 1,210 books from the school’s library and donated them, too. As a result of the recent donations, Hopelink is now looking to form a partnership with the school. Evergreen Academy has organized food drives, “Adopt a Family,” coat drives and more through their Organization of Parents and Teachers program. The girls plan on working with their mother, Koplan, to do a school supply drive before the end of the year. To donate, contact Jason Puz at Hopelink at 425-8697835 or email

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Kiwanis Christmas tree lot relocates to new Juanita Beach Park site The Kiwanis Club of Kirkland has relocated their Christmas tree lot across the street from last year’s site, and will now be situated in the parking lot at Juanita Beach Park, according to marketing chair Kat Cannon. Last year they were located in a city parking lot on Juanita Drive, just west of Spuds Fish & Chips, but will be moving onto park grounds across the street. Cannon would like the club’s loyal customers to know that the tree lot will open the day after Thanksgiving. “It’s a great new location, with much better access and parking. As always, we’ll have the perfect tree for your family, as well as a wide assortment of See’s candies and gourmet Holiday nuts, and other Christmas accessories.”

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Tree lot hours will be 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Cannon said, “This is a great way to celebrate the holiday season, and a wonderful opportunity to give back to your community.” All proceeds go to programs designed to assist children in our local community, including KITH (temporary transitional housing), March of Dimes, Music in the Park, Support Our Troops, Student Scholarships, Special Olympics, What’s Next Bowlers, Adopt-a-Highway, Scouting, Kiwanis Camp Casey, Eastside Baby Corner, Kirkland Easter Egg Hunt, the Kirkland Teen Union, and the Eliminate Project, a joint effort between Kiwanis and UNESCO, whose goal is to eliminate the scourge of maternal neonatal tetanus that kills so many tiny newborns around the world. Those interested in learning more about Kiwanis and its various activities can contact Club secretary Matt Gregory at 425-828-0231, or visit their website at: www.

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Lake Washington girls swim team wins state title BY MATT PHELPS

Athletes on the Lake Washington girls swim team, along with head coach Dave Hale, couldn’t help it. The emotion was overwhelming. But the tears were not of sorrow or even pain, they were of elation and exhilaration after winning the 2A Washington State 2A swim championship Saturday at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way. The Kangs scored 235 team-points to edge Tumwater (205) and 36 other high school teams during the final standings. This is also the first year that Lake Washing-



ton has competed at the 2A level. But the tears were more than justified. The Kangs pulled off a monumental and rare team effort by winning the state trophy with no individual first-place finishes and being loaded with underclassmen. Depth was the key to the Lake Washington title, placing two or more swimmers in the top 16 of state during three separate events. The first of those events came during the 50-yard freestyle, as Clare KucinskiMurphy led the way for the Kangs in second place with a time of 25.15 seconds. Kang Jessi McKinney finished

seventh overall (25.81), while freshman teammate Hannah Walker finished 11th (26.43). Kucinski-Murphy, who is just a sophomore herself, made a statement during the meet. She also took second place in the 100-yard backstroke with a time of 1:00.99. Teammate and freshman Gabriel Rector followed just behind in fifth place, with a time of 1:01.81 during the finals of the same event. One of the biggest strengths of the Kang team came from its diving squad with three athletes placing in the top 16. As a team, the Lake Washington divers dominated by scoring 117team points, 42 points ahead

of second place Sumner. Individually, freshman Nadia Popovici finished second in state with a score of 304.60. Teammate Shay Sarda finished fourth overall (294.95), while Amara Cairns finished 13th (222.80). The Kangs’ relays also supplied a plethora of team points and high finishes. The 400-yard freestyle relay team of Laura Chopp, Kucinski-Murphy, McKinney and Jayna VanStone finished second overall with a time of 3:46.26. The 200-yard medley relay team took third, as Rector, McKinney, VanStone and Kucinski-Murphy stood on the podium after touching

lard, Capital, Cedarcrest, Eastlake, Edmonds, Hazen, Highline, Interlake, Issaquah, Mercer Island, Newport, Pasco, Shorewood, Shorewood Flag and South Kitsap. Lake Washington’s dance team would like to thank all of the supportive spectators and sponsors who helped make the competition a success. They would also like to thank the teams, coaches, and judging staff for all that they did to make the competition successful. The dance team will be headed into their next com-

petition at Interlake High School at 1 p.m. on Dec. 8.

All three relays qualified for state; the Medley relay started off the meet with Tess Farley ’13, Kenzie Harder ’15, Miranda Sage ’14 and Anna Michel ’13. The Lady Rebels are currently seeded 2nd in the 200 Free Relay with a time of 1:42.50. The 200 Free Relay is made up of Anna Michel ’13, Kayla DiMicco ’14, Julia Andersson ’16 and Allie Knerr ’16. The 400 Free Relay is also in a top spot currently seeded 4th with a time of 3:43.30. The 400 Free Relay consists

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Rebels finish ninth at state The Juanita girls swim team had a big year, with 42 girls under new coach Patrick Monson (named Kingco 3A coach of the year) who finished their season undefeated (beating Inglemoor, Eastlake, Redmond, Interlake, Sammamish, Bothell and Lake Washington). They also finished ninth in state last weekend.

The Lake Washington High School girls swim team won the 2A state title on Saturday at the King County Aquatic Center. CONTRIBUTED the wall in a time of 1:55.26. VanStone also finished fourth in the 100-yard breaststroke (1:10.40), while McKinney placed seventh in the 100-yard freestyle (55.95).

The Lake Washington 200yard freestyle relay rounded out the scoring events for the Kangs, as Brooke Bonnell, Chopp, Hannah Walker and Maya Iba finished sixth in state (1:47.50).

of Julia Andersson ’16, Tess Farley ’13, Anna Michel ’13, and Kayla DiMicco ’14. Juanita girls swimming continued its strong showing in the individual races as well, led by junior Kayla DiMicco (ranked 7th in 100 Fly, and 8th in 1 Meter Diving); Senior Tess Farley, ranked 10th in 100 Backstroke, and Freshman Julia Andersson (ranked 9th in 200 freestyle, and 13th in 500 freestyle). Seniors captains Tess Farley and Anna Michel cap off a highly successful Juanita

swimming career. Tess has made State in the 100 back in each of her four years. Anna qualified for state in the 50 freestyle and is a key relay contributor to three of the seeded relays for Juanita. Other individual events include: Kayla DiMicco ’14 is also ranked 8th in 1 meter Diving; Julia Andersson ‘16 in the 200 free: 1:57.97; Anna Michel ’13 in the 50 free: 25.59; Kayla DiMicco ’15 in the 100 fly: 58.43; Tess Farley ‘13 in the 100 back : 1:01.40; and Julia Andersson ‘16 in the 500 free 5:25.98.


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Solstice, New Year’s concert with a grain of salt and a lot of laughter. With the spotlight on fresh, new holidaythemed songs along with those from their own repertoires, Christine and Uncle Bonsai deliver an exuberant concert of songs you’ll never hear in an elevator. Joining Christine and Uncle Bonsai are classical guitarist Hilary Field and singer-songwriter Larry Murante. For informa-

Begins at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 6; tickets $18 Eclectic CAN be cohesive! Singer, multi-instrumentalist and composer, Gabriel Kahane comes to KPC to play work from his latest album Where are the Arms - a suite of 11 smart songs that weave in, out and between pop, rock and classical, covering a broad range of emotions. Having collaborated and performed with the likes of Sufjan Stevens, Loudon Wainwright III, and former Nickel Creekfront-man Chris Thile, Kahane will be joined by frequent collaborator Rob Moose (Bon Iver, Beth Orton, The National). Brooklyn-based Elizabeth and the Catapult opens. For information, visit



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Begins at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 13; tickets $30 While Nina Simone is no longer here to pass the torch, Meshell Ndegeocello’s latest album “Pour Une Ame Souvraine” (For a Sovereign Soul) clearly nominates her as Simone’s heir apparent. This work is not just a tribute but a transformation. Produced by Meshell and guitar player Chris Bruce, this album is a labor of love, a reflection of Meshell’s awe, affection, and gratitude for the pioneering work of a woman who refused to be owned by genre, industry, or expectation. The live performance of this seminal work is one you will be proud to witness. Meshell was the first woman to be featured on the cover of Bass Player magazine. For information, visit www.


Kirkland Performance Center’s popular Old-Time Holiday Show returns with four performances Dec. 1416 for families seeking traditional holiday entertainment; remaining performances in the post-Thanksgiving KPC line-up fall in the very untraditional category. Shows featuring jazz, soul, indie, folk, comedy and even ninja acrobatics keep holiday audiences entertained from Thanksgiving to Christmas. VIP tickets are available for The Four Freshman on Nov. 24 and Nanda: The Jacket – Christmas “Kung Faux” on

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The Juanita Junior Rebels Varsity football team defeated Bothell 56-52 to win the Greater Eastside Junior Football Association championship on Saturday at Pop Keeney Field. The team went 8-1 on the season and defeated Woodinville in the quarter finals and Bellevue in the semi finals to advance to the championship game. The Junior Rebels are led by head coach Randy McWilliams and assistant coaches Evan Hopkins, Jared Mell, Tim Peacock, Rob Sise, and John Martin. The director of the Juanita Junior Rebels Football Program is Kim Blackburn. The Juanita Junior Rebels Varsity team are Romey Sasouvong, Kieran Jones, Charlie Kullman, John Nascimento, Nick Anderson, Christian Blackburn, Tony Longie, Gavin Vodopich, Bret Kehle, Jayson Schroeder, Dean Sise, Ryan Wiese, Jerrod Coates, Sam Rice, Salvon Ahmed, Tanner Peterson, Cade Peacock and Dexter Mell.




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The Bainbridge Island Review, a weekly community newspaper located in western Washington state, is accepting applications for a parttime general assignment Reporter. The ideal candidate will have solid reporting and writing skills, have up-to-date knowledge of the AP Stylebook, be able to shoot photos and video, be able to use InDesign, and contribute to staff blogs and Web updates. We offer vacation and sick leave, and paid holidays. If you have a passion for community news reporting and a desire to work in an ambitious, dyn a m i c n ew s r o o m , we want to hear from you. E.O.E. Email your resume, cover letter and up to 5 non-returnable writing, photo and video samples to Or mail to BIRREP/HR Dept., Sound Publishing, 19351 8th Ave. NE, Suite 106, Poulsbo, WA 98370.

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Lake City Western Vigialants and their Sidekicks! Nov. 17th, 5:30 pm. Do some holiday shpping while helping to support youth activities! Elks Lodge NE 145th, Bothell Way NE in Lake City behind Taco Bell. No Host Bar Cemetery Plots

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2 O 2 7 G a u g e Tr a i n Sets, Lionel and Marx, $40 each. Antique metal floor lamp, needs switch, $25. 360-377-7170 3 2 � J V C Te l e v i s i o n . Beautiful picture, digital ready, $50. Call 425487-9454 3 2 � J V C T V, n o t f l a t screen, works fine $80. Call after noon: 12pm. 425-885-9806 or cell: 425-260-8535. (34) Jim Beam Decanters, Wild Life Christmas Edition, $75 takes all. Windows, 26�X38� Aluminum sliders with screens, $50 for all. 360876-9730 BARBIE DOLLS, after 1970, great condition! 10 fo r $ 4 e a c h . L o t s o f clothes: gowns, 2 piece outfits and so for th in perfect condition! $2.50 to $4 per outfit. Call after noon: 12pm. 425-8859806 or cell: 425-2608535. BEAUTIFUL CRIB (white) with matress and bedding. All in excellent condition! “Stor kcraft� brand. Located in Silverd a l e. $ 1 5 0 . 3 6 0 - 6 9 2 1317. BEAUTIFUL SINK: “Elkay; Gourmet� stainless steel double sink; 33�x22�. Good condition! $100 obo. Kitsap 360779-3574. BOOKCASE, Oak, 6 s h e l f, $ 5 0 . 2 0 6 - 8 4 2 0272 CHAINS: QUIK CHAIN Tire chains. New! Fit a Volkswagon. $10. Kitsap. 360-779-3574. D RY E R : E X C E L L E N T condition! White. Electric. $100. Bremer ton. Call 360-613-5034. FUTON, 70�, Brown with bottom storage, like n ew, $ 1 2 5 . 2 0 6 - 8 4 2 0272 PRE-LIT Christmas Tr e e , C o s t c o B r a n d , 1500 lights, 7.5 ft tall, used twice, excellent condition, $100. 360377-7170 WASHER: EXCELLENT condition. White. $125. Bremer ton. 360-6135034.

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2 CHIHUAHUA’S - Long coat, AKC registered. Neutered male, gold with white markings; and spayed female, black & brown brindle with white markings. Dew claws removed. Wormed and all per manent shots. Vet checked. Mother on site. $350 each. Located in Kent. (253)852-5344

ADORABLE American Eskimo puppies. Smart Gorgeous dogs! Pure White, wormed, shots, not bred back to family, papered $450, w/o papers $400. (360)652-9612 or (425)923-6555 ADORABLE MINI DOXIES. 1 Male, 1 Female. Born 9/19, Ready on 11/28. 1 Shots & Worm. Beautiful Coloring MUST SEE. $800 ea. Moving out of state in Dec, so d o n ’ t wa i t . ( 4 2 5 ) 4 1 3 6 8 8 8 m s. d o d g e @ h o t AKC COCKER Babies most colors, beautiful, s o c i a l i z e d , h e a l t h y, raised with children. Shots, wor med, pedigrees. $550 up. Terms? 425-750-0333, Everett

AKC Golden Retrievers pups. Also Golden Doodle pups taking Christmas orders. Not Just a Pet but a family member! 360-652-7148 AKC Labrador Puppies Chocolate & Black. Great hunters, companions, playful, loyal. 1st shots, dewormed. OFA’s $450 & $550. 425-3501627 A K C Po i n t i n g L a b s Christmas Puppies- Elite pedigree from bloodlines of Grand Master Pointing hunters of N Dakota and MACH agility titled. OFA, ready Dec 7. $850 or text/ call 509-760-0697, Moses Lake WA. AKC REGISTERED Lab Puppies. Over 30+ titled dogs in the last 5 generations. Sire is a Master Hunter and Cer tified Pointing Lab. OFA Hip and Elbows, Dews Removed, First Shots, Dewor ming. 2 Black Females Left! $650 each. Call Mike, 360-547-9393 AKC ROTT PUPS. German Ch. parents. Best quality pups in WA. “not like $850 pups�, lifetime health warranty, trained (951)639-0950

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BORDER Collie pups, ABCA registered. Black & White & Red & White. Ranch raised, working p a r e n t s. 1 s t s h o t s & wormed. $500-$600/ea. 509-486-1191 or 1-866295-4217. BOSTON TERRIER puppies. Black and white and Red Brindles. Ready to go to new homes. First shots are done. Mom and dad are here to see. We been raisng Bostons for 10 years, and we have very good temperaments in our dogs. Very good with kids. $550 Spanaway, Wa. Marys Bostons 253271-7772 or 253-6919142 Cash only. Caucasian Mountain Dog Puppies - $1400 Rare breed LGD’s. Magnicent, intelligent, loving. Russian Champion Lines. Great for family or farm. www. 206-795-2798 CHIHUAHUA’S! Itty Bitty t e e n y w e e n y, P u r s e s i ze, A K C r e g i s t e r e d puppies. Shots, wormed, potty box trained. Includes wee-wee pads. puppy care info packet, medical health care record keeping system, puppy food starter supply, medical health insur a n c e p o l i c y. 1 0 0 % health guaranteed, (vet check completed). Micro-chipping available. $380 & up 253-847-7387 ChillSpot is The COOLE S T D o g B e d - A n ew and innovative, thermodynamically cooled dog bed, that enhances the cool tile surfaces our pets rely on during the warm weather months.

AKC COLLIE PUPPIES! Beautiful TriColor Collie pups out of America’s To p W i n n i n g R o u g h Male of all time! First AKC Rottweiler Puppies shots worming and eyes 1 male, 1 female. Dew c e r t i f i e d . C a l l S u z a n claws, tails docked, de360-672-4476 wormed, 1st/2nd shots, parents on site. Asking $850 w/papers, 360Find what you need 24 hours a day. 319-5825. ENGLISH Mastiff/ Neo Mastiff mix for AKC English Mastiff Puppies 4 fawn males sale $400 born ready now. Vaccinated, Sept.4th Only three dewormed, micropuppies left! Call chipped, socialized 206-391-1829. healthy and happy. 253German Rottweiler Pups 332-1018 P u r e b r e d , Pa p e r e d . Available on November 20th. $800. Call 425AMERICAN PIT BULL 280-2662 puppies, UKC Reg., (3) Ger man Shepherd - 8 months old, parents both AKC Pups 8wks Raised/ show dogs, well tem- L o ve d w / o u r Fa m i l y pered, stunning looks, Healthy-Socialized- ExB l u e & B l u e B r i n d l e. c e l l e n t D i s p o s i t i o n s $800 (360)224-5781 Blk/Tan Guarentee $800 4 2 5 - 2 9 2 - 0 6 2 1 n o bl e AKC English Mastiff puppies, bor n 9/5/12. Find what you need 24 hours a day. GOLDEN Retrievers Father is OFA, hip and elbow cer tified and is Born August 29, ready also certified heart and for new homes. Good eye. We have some retempers, lovable, playmaining brindle puppies, f u l . P i ck o u t b e fo r e both male and female. t h ey ’r e g o n e. Po t t y These dogs will be show trained, rope broke, quality, they carry very shots & wormed, 425strong blood lines. So345-0857 Wayne. cialized around all ages. First shots plus deworm- B E A G L E P U P P I E S . GREAT DANE ing included. Parents are W o r m e d a n d F i r s t on site. $1200 cash only. Round of Shots ComLarge foldable crate in- plete. 12 weeks old. Excluded. Serious inquiries cellent for Hunting or only. Ready now for their Pets. $150 each. 360“forever homes�. 206- 240-1769 351-8196 A K C G R E AT D A N E puppies! Health guarantee! Very sweet, lovable, intelligent, gentle giants. Males and females. Now offering Full-Euro’s, HalfEuro’s & Standard Great Danes. Dreyersdanes is Oregon state’s largest breeder of Great Danes Black, Chocolate & Yel- and licensed since 2002. AKC GERMAN SHEP- l o w L a b F i e l d P u p s , $500 & up (every color H E R D p u p s . M a l e s Ready to be your new but Fawn). Also; selling $ 1 8 0 0 a n d f e m a l e s family member. Healthy, Standard Poodles. Call $1500. Bi-color & black all shots and dewormed. 5 0 3 - 5 5 6 - 4 1 9 0 . s a b l e . E a s t G e r m a n $400-$450. Smith Ken- w o r k i n g l i n e s . H o m e nels 360-691-2770 Great Dane companion, SAR, & GREAT DANE Puppies, Bo-Chi Puppies family protection. 253AKC. Starting at $500. (Boston/Chihuahua) 843-1123 Blacks, Harlequins, Males and females. Merlequins, Black & white, brindle, Mantels, Merles. AKC German Shorthair merle, shots, wormed, (360)985-0843 puppies ready mid/late December. 5 females, 2 l o v e d . O n e y e a r www.dreamcatchermales. Call Lance 425- h e a l t h g u a r a n t e e , $350. (541)817-2933. 905-9709

LABRADOR RETRIEVER AKC Puppies/Pointing Labs, dew claws rem o ve d , h i p s O F H A certified, 1st shots, 36 months guaranteed. $500. 360-631-2391

MINIATURE Australian Shepherd Puppies; 2 red tri males available $550. each. Also October litter available. Registered, health guaranteed, UTD shots. 541-518-9284 Baker City, Oregon. Find your perfect pet in the ClassiďŹ eds.



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Rottweiler Pups AKC German Vom Schwaiger Wappen bloodlines, hips guaranteed, Robust health, shots, wormed & ready to go. $800. 425-971-4948. Also ask about our 5 year old Male. ROTTWEILLERS or DOBERMANS: Extra large. Family raised. Adults and puppies. Free training available. 360-893-0738; 253770-1993; 253-3042278

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S h i h T z u 8 we e k o l d P u p p i e s , P u r e b r e d . Garage/Moving Sales wo r m e d , 1 s t s h o t s & King County dew claws removed. $200 Call (425)361-9818 Edmonds Estate Sale Friday & Saturday from SHIH-TZU Puppies, 1 9-4pm. 6504 141st ST all black female (runt) SW. Lots of Furniture. $425. and 2 black & P i c t u r e s , R u g s , O l d white males $375. Stained Glass windows, CHIHUAHUA POMS, Antique Furniture & Lots, two at 2lbs $450-$550. Lots More.

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WINTER SHRED Sale. New and used Snowboards and Gear. Patagonia, Lib-Tech, Gnu, N i ke, B u r t o n , Fo r u m , Foursquare. Also: Furniture and Kid’s Item. Saturday, November 17th, STUD SERVICE, Yellow 8am - Noon, 9195 NorthM a l e L a b r a d o r. A K C town Drive. Master Hunter, Certified Pointing Lab. Many Field Garage/Moving Sales Champions and Hall of General Fame dogs in his pediMONROE gree. OFA Hips, Elbows Year Round CERF Eyes. Puppies will Indoor Swap Meet excel at hunting and the Celebrating 15 Years! competative level. Puppies are highly trainable Evergreen Fairgrounds Saturday & Sunday and many are running at 9 am - 4pm the Master level. Open FREE Admission & t o a p p r ove d fe m a l e s. parking! $800. 360-630-4698 For Information call


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POMERANIAN Puppies. Ready now! Wolf sable, double coat. Shots, wormed, Socialized and loved. Teddy bear faces. $450-$550 253-397-7909 Graham. POODLE PUPPIES, A K C Toy. B l a ck / w h i t e Pa r t i - c o l o r fe m a l e s, black males. Tails/Dewc l a w ’s r e m o v e d , d e w o r m e d , va c c i n a t e d . Ready Now. Great Holiday gifts! $500 360-275-2433

TOY POODLE Puppy! Sweet as pie little girl! Housebroken, she rings a bell at the door to go outside. Loving and fun!! Can be registered. 6 months old. Fits under the seat of a plane, and loves to go hiking! Easy to care for, easy to train & very intelligent! 50% off grooming and boarding included. $950. Issaquah. Please call 425996-1003.

CHARITY HOLIDAY BAZAAR - Saturday November 17: 10-4, Lake City Elks, 14540 Bothell Way NE, Lake Forest Park Upper Level. Many vendors, Crafts, Bake sale, Lunch. Open to the P u b - l i c . Ta b l e s available 206- 364-1800 Holiday Bazaar Hand Made Gifts of Love Saturday December 8th 2-7pm. Alive & Shine Center (for merly Yoga Centers) 2255 140th Ave NE, Bellevue 98005 425-746-7476

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2006 MURCURY Grand Marquee LS. Sage green, new tires, 57,000 miles. Strong engine. Good gas mileage. Original owner, well taken care of. A beautiful c a r. $ 1 0 , 0 0 0 O B O. (425)746-8454

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Now That’s Entertainment! 12 Moons now offers 17 lunch entrees

for under 10! $

Tickets available at the Snoqualmie Casino box office or


33rd annual

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Saturday November 17th • 8Pm 8Pm

Sunday november 18th 7pm

21 and over show


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Thursday november 22 10:ooAM - 3:30PM • $26.95 per person

every tuesday in november from 10am - 3pm 125 lucky guests will win $100!

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November 16, 2012 edition of the Kirkland Reporter