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Journey to South Africa becomes ‘Our Hope’ By Dennis Box

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etsy Meyer had an epiphany nearly nine years ago on a bus ride in Seattle. That bus ride took her on a journey to South Africa where she founded Betsy Meyer an organization called Thembalethu, “Our Hope” in English. “God put AIDS and orphans in my heart,” Meyer said during an interview Friday in Enumclaw. Also in her heart was the will to make a difference in this world, and she has. Recently Meyer returned to the Enumclaw area to visit her father, Rich Elfers, and to raise money around the region for her nonprofit, Thembalethu Care Organization, that provides assistance for the children and adults who are ill from HIV. Meyer went to South Africa in 2004 to help a

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Left and above are children at the Thembalethu Care Organization in the Amangwe Tribal Area in Central Drakensberg KwaZulu-Natal South Africa. Betsy Meyer founded the organization to care for families and children. home-based caregivers organization. The workers were trying to support their South African neighbors who were dying of AIDS. “The people were dying like flies because there was no treatment,” Meyer said. “They (the home-care workers) were just trying to come along side and sup-

port them and make them more comfortable.” About 40 percent of the adults in the KwaZuluNatal area of South Africa are currently HIV positive. South Africa as a whole has about a 20 percent AIDS infection rate. Life expectancy in the 1980s in South Africa was

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in the 60s and today has dropped to the 40s due to the impact of HIV. Meyer said there is such a stigma attached to AIDS families would often try to take their sick and hide them. “If you were HIV infected it meant you must be a very promiscuous kind of

The deadline for an application to be emailed or sent to the city is Jan. 7. City Administrator Mike Thomas said once all applications are received, staff will present them to the City Council at the Jan. 14 meeting. Once the council has the applications, it is up to the members to decide the process for sifting through the applicants. An applicant must live in the city limits and be able to serve until Dec. 31, 2013. The city is asking for a one-page letter of interest and a resumé sent

person,” Meyer said. HIV in South Africa is primarily in the heterosexual population. Meyer said in the rural area where she is working, the men travel to the city and get infected with HIV from a sexual partner, then

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to City Clerk Meredith Shirey at mshirey@ci.enumclaw.wa.us or by mail to 1339 Griffin Ave., Enumclaw, 98022. The 54-year-old Mahelona died Nov. 16 from acute interstitial pneumonia. He had served on the council since 2002 and was in his third term, which would have ended Dec. 31, 2013. City Council terms are four years. Mahelona was the mayor pro tempore and served on the Public Works Committee, Community Services Committee and Committee on Committees.

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said. “I’m not real excited about her being 10,000 miles away…. Skype has really helped a great deal.” Meyer’s path to South Africa began in part while at the University of Washington where she majored in international studies with a focus on international development. The crossroads came after graduation while she was riding a bus in Seattle. “I heard God’s voice clearer than I ever have before,” Meyer said. “I was reading through a book about God’s heart for the poor… (“Rich Christians in an age of Hunger”) and the Book of Leviticus. It was talking about God’s design for societies in terms of caring for the poor.” Meyer said next she received a letter from her dad. “My dad likes to send me these love letters, a little

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tion that cares for 300 or more patients every month. Thembalethu trains family members, provides food, transportation assistance and many forms of support. The group operates a soup kitchen and works with orphans. Since 2005 UNICEF reports there are 1.2 million orphans in South Africa. There is treatment for HIV today, antiretroviral medication, that will suppress the virus in the body. The medication must be taken for life and if accessed too late other infections can attack the body, causing death. The other problems Meyer’s organization deal with are getting the medication to the afflicted patients and the stigma of AIDS. The medication is provided for free, but it is often difficult to get the patients to the clinics or get the medi-

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cation to the patients. The stigma also creates a problem because children are not being told about their illness. Many of the children get the virus from their mother. The challenges for Meyer are many and varied, but her life is a life that has been changed. She and her husband have adopted a 2-year-old boy, Joshua, and they have found their life caring for the sick and orphaned in South Africa. “They say Africa gets in your blood,” Meyer said when asked if she planned to return to the U.S. in the future. God’s voice found Betsy Meyer on a bus in Seattle and placed Africa and caring for others in her heart.

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note like ‘I remember the day you were born,’” Meyer said. “There were a couple of other things and it all came to a head when I was on a bus in Seattle. I was reading the paper and there was this article about African women who were caring for orphans in Kenya. They were talking about African women with no education or maybe a third-grade education and they were doing a tremendous amount to care for children with AIDS. I am not normally a super emotional person, but I broke down in tears on the bus. It was pulling everything together.” What struck Meyer was the women with very little education helping so many. “Here I was already in the 1 percent of the world’s population with a college education thinking I can’t do anything,” Meyer said. “God just really convicted me. He’s given us a lot of love, he has a tremendous love himself for the poor and for all people. My dad had a lot of love, these women had a lot of love because they knew their creator and they were able to share that. Why couldn’t I? All these kids really needed was love, not some high degree to go over there. So I went.” Her decision of faith has grown into an organiza-

take it back home to their wives. When she first went to South Africa, Meyer joined forces with Xoli, who was a home-base caregiver, to give a 10-day training to the social workers and nurses at a hospital in the Amangwe region. The training provided information about HIV, the infections that occur as a result of the virus and providing for the many orphans left after the death of their parents. “HIV is so big and it often hits both members of the family (parents) in the prime of life,” Meyer said. “You have a lot of mothers and fathers who are dying and you end up with a lot of children infected as well.” Meyer said according to statistics 1,000 South Africans die every day from HIV. “Right now we have 320 patients we are caring for and last month we had five people die,” she said. “Some women were in their 30s and another was a 12-yearold boy.” Tuberculosis is another problem. When HIV lowers the immune system in the body, TB takes over in many. Meyer said the majority of her patients have both HIV and tuberculosis. In 2006, when the training project ended, it appeared to be the end of Meyer’s work in South Africa.

“We’re leaving these women with lots of knowledge, but the level of need was so great we didn’t know what to do,” Meyer said. “I had finished my time with the microfinance project and I thought I was done.” She returned to the U.S. thinking her time in South Africa was over, but just before leaving she put in a proposal with the Winterton Methodist Church in South Africa. The church members had asked her to submit a proposal. Once back in America she discovered the church had given her about $25,000 to start her program. The church bought her a bakkie, or pickup, and gave her about 18 months of operating expenses to travel around to patients’ homes and help orphans. Meyer has been able to keep the care organization going each year through fundraisers. She also has a principal sponsor, The Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria. Meyer’s organization serves a population of about 50,000 people, the Amangwe Tribal Area. When she returns to the U.S. she catches up with friends and family, but spends much of her time raising money and supplies for Thembalethu. Her father said he has had some mixed feelings about his daughter living in Africa. “I’m very pleased she is helping people and proud of what she is doing,” Elfers 715359

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My favorite blended alcoholic drink is the Manhattan. Unfortunately, it’s very difficult to find a really fine Manhattan anywhere outside Manhattan, but I’ve enjoyed a few in some of Seattle’s more exclusive restaurants; for example, the Hunt Club in the Sorrento Hotel. However, I’ve never had a good Manhattan at any of the lounges in the immediate vicinity of Enumclaw and Buckley. They aren’t really bad, you understand — that is, I consume them with some satisfaction — but I can’t recall having a truly excellent Manhattan anywhere on the Plateau. As you’d expect, waitresses usually commend the bartenders’ skill, so I give them a try, only to find I’m disappointed again. Well, the other night my girlfriend and I were returning from one place or another and she suggested we eat at Gino’s

shrimp were snappy and the blended favors were unique and tasty. My companion was also delighted with her calabaza: roasted butternut squash with caramelized onions and spinach tossed with garlic, olive oil, and some kind of pasta. In general, the service was so good I hesitate to offer any criticism. However, for the benefit of the young lady who served our table, our drinks — especially such superb Manhattans — should be served sufficiently in advance of the meal to allow plenty of time to relax and savor them. In part, this was probably my own fault; we could have enjoyed our drinks in the lounge before we were seated for dinner. I was so impressed with the entire experience, I went back a week later to meet with the owner. Gino Rivera is a goodlooking, quick-witted fellow who’s been cooking, gathering recipes and experimenting with various concoctions for at least 20 years. He opened his first restaurant in the Federal Way Twin Lakes region about 10 years ago. His Four Corners Bistro has been open for nine months. How do you account for the fact that a dude of Peruvian heritage operates such a wonderful Italian restaurant? I’ve no idea, but trust me on this one: the guy knows what he’s doing.

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Great gifts for a growing list of gardeners The second week of ted hellebores as well The December is a dormant as practical stocking Compleat season in the garden. stuffers like garden Container gardens that gloves, pruning shears Home once bloomed with and gift certificates Gardener colorful annuals will to local nurseries. But look drab and lifeless just in case you know a Marianne Binetti unless you get snippy gardener who already Columnist now and celebrate the has every blooming season with evergreen thing, here are some clippings. Simply “green thumbs up” prune off sections of sturdy evergreen ideas for creative gift giving — no wrapshrubs like boxwood, pieris, pine, cedar, ping paper needed. fir and even big-leaf rhododendrons and use these pruning snippets to poke into the soft soil of your winter-weary pots and window boxes. Add a few pine cones or weather-resistant ornaments and Price — as low as $20 you’ll have a festive display of outdoor Lakewold Gardens is probably the evergreens to enjoy for months. best-kept secret and most European of Look for blooming, potted hellebores the few show gardens in Washington this week at area nurseries and garden state available for public visits. Located centers. Hellebores are perennials with near Tacoma in the Lakewood area with evergreen foliage that flower as early spectacular mountain and lake views, as December and continue to bloom the house and extensive gardens are now into the spring. These tough slug-, deer- run as a nonprofit, so buying a memberand drought-resistant plants have been ship is not just an original gift idea but improved from recent breeding experi- a tax deduction as well. Depending on ments and many now boast blooms that what level of sponsorship you give, the are larger, more upright and adaptable to recipient will be getting free admission indoor use. This means you’ll find pot- to the gardens, the quarterly newsletter, ted hellebores, wrapped in foil and ready a discount at the gift shop, admission to give as indoor gift plants. Enjoy hel- to the plant sale preview, invitations to lebores indoors for a few weeks and then special events and tours with the garden remove the plant from the foil wrapping manager. If you really want to dig deep and plastic pot and replant in a shaded and donate at a higher level of sponsorspot in the garden. You can plant helle- ship your benefits will include the use of bores during the winter months, just not the Lakewold mansion for meetings and when the ground is frozen. private functions. Gardeners appreciate gifts like potTo buy this gift phone 253-584-4106 or

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Price is $16, show runs Feb 20-24 Earlybird tickets to this spring tradition go on sale at local nurseries in cities from Bellingham to Portland. Adult tickets are $16 instead of the $20 you would pay at the door. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Northwest’s most spectacular garden show, so the theme is “Silver Screen Takes Root” with display gardens giving a nod to Hollywood. The show also features more than 100 free seminars, more than 350 vendors and acres of fantasy display gardens, all in the weather-controlled confines of the Washington Convention Center in downtown Seattle. There is a big push this year to have more blooming flowers than ever before as local growers are already forcing buds, bulbs and blooms for a spectacular display of color and fragrance. You may not be able to escape winter in a tropical paradise, but tickets to this show will transport visitors to a colorful spring just when we need it the most. To buy this gift: Visit a local nursery or go online at www.gardenshow.com.

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OBITUARIES JANE ROLL Enumclaw resident Jane Ann Roll, 77, died Dec. 3, 2012. She was born Sept. 16, 1935, in Denver, Colo., to Cyril and Lola Down. She married Roger Roll on Nov. 29, 1953, and they settled and raised their family in West Seattle, where she was active teaching Sunday School, singing in Seattle Chorale and Choir and taking a leadership roll in Bible Study Fellowship. After retiring, they relocated to Enumclaw where she enjoyed the beauty and small-town community. Her passion was sharing Jane Roll her unwavering faith in God with others, gardening and gifting books to others. She is survived by daughters Debbie Ravenberg and husband Jeff of Everett, Wash., Rebecca Crandall and husband Steve of Enumclaw and Victoria Whisler and husband Ryck of Enumclaw; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband and sister Joyce Hihn. A graveside service took place Saturday, Dec. 8, at Enumclaw Evergreen Memorial Park, followed by a memorial service at Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home. Memorials are suggested to Plateau Outreach Ministries, Samaritan’s Purse or The Salvation Army. All may sign the online guest book at www.weeksfuneralhomes.com.

ELVA WYTKO Elva “Obie” Wytko died Dec. 4, 2012, at the age of 70. She was born Dec. 21, 1941, in Yakima, Wash., grew up in Buckley and graduated from White River High School. She loved spending time with her grandchildren, family and friends. She is survived by sons Martin Wytko of Olympia, Wash., and Elvin Wytko and wife Michelle of Elva Wytko Woodinville, Wash.; daughter Jennie Wytko Wilkenson of Olympia; sisters Nancy Burrow of Ellensburg, Wash., Darlene Bennett of Mount Vernon, Wash., Ardeth Uhls of Buckley, Linda White of Rainier, Wash., Edna Taylor and husband Todd of Rainier and Erin Pringle and husband James of Rainier; and three grandchildren. She was preceded in death by husband Richard Wytko on May 9, 2000. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to noon Friday, Dec. 14, at Weeks’ Funeral Home and a service is planned for 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 15, at Buckley Hall. Burial will be at Buckley City Cemetery. Memorials may be made to The Hadley Hope Fund, 102 W. Clark St., Medford, Ore. 97501, or www.hadleyhopefund.com. All may sign the online guest book at www.weeksfuneralhomes.com. Arrangements are by Weeks’ Funeral Home, Buckley.

RUTH HOBSON Ruth Hobson, a resident of Buckley for 55 years, died Dec. 5, 2012, in Wilsonville, Calif. She was born Dec. 9, 1920, in Cassidy, Mont. She worked many years at Farman’s pickle factory in Enumclaw and was a cook at Rainier State School. She enjoyed reading and working on jigsaw puzzles, crocheting for the Linus Club and being around her grandchildren. She is survived by son Steven Hobson and wife Medy of Guam; daughters Marlene Hobson of Aurora, Ore.,

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Wednesday, December 12, 2012 • The Enumclaw Courier-Herald • Page 5 and Marilyn Tiner and husband John of Kingman, Ariz.; sister Esther Anderson of Lewiston, Idaho; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by husband Buford L. Hobson and her siblings. A graveside service is planned for 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 14, at Buckley City Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or American Heart Association. Arrangements are by Weeks’ Funeral Home of Buckley. All may sign the online guest book at www. weeksfuneralhomes.com.

CARLESTA CAPPONI Area resident Carlesta “ Carli “ Capponi, 96, died Dec. 9, 2012. She was 96. She was born Nov. 1, 1916, in Cumberland, Wash. A funeral service will take place at 11 a.m. Monday, Dec. 17, at Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home. A visitation will begin at 10 a.m. Burial will be at the Enumclaw Evergreen Memorial Park. Arrangements are by Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home. Leave condolences for the family on the online guest book at www.weeksfuneralhomes.com

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MARGARET MARTIN Enumclaw resident Margaret Lelia Martin died Dec. 8, 2012, at the age of 81. She was born Sept. 11, 1931, in Muskogee. Okla., to Harold and Isabelle Heflin and was proud to be a Sooner. She married John D. Martin on June 1, 1949, in Wagoner, Okla. They moved to Derby, Kan., in 1950 where they raised their four children. The family moved to Enumclaw in 1967. She worked at the MD Drug store and later at Gateway Hardware. She attended Calvary Presbyterian Church until she moved to an assisted living center and joined Newport Presbyterian Church in Bellevue. She belonged to Eastern Star and is a past worthy matron. She loved family, visitors, fish tacos, watermelon, ice cream and pies from the Pie Goddess in Enumclaw. She is survived by children Tom D. Margaret Martin Martin, John R. Martin and Janice Townsend, nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by daughter Mary Thompson. A memorial service will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 15, at Calvary Presbyterian Church in Enumclaw. Fellowship, watermelon and pie will follow, and then graveside services at Enumclaw Evergreen Memorial Park. Memorials are suggested to Calvary Presbyterian Church in Enumclaw, Newport Presbyterian Church in Bellevue or Eastern Star. All may sign the online guest book at www.weeksfuneralhomes.com.

KENDALL KERR Enumclaw resident Kendall Harry Kerr died Dec. 7, 2012, in Puyallup. He was 76. He was born July 22, 1936, and was the owner of the movie theaters in Enumclaw. There will be a celebration of his life at a later date.

JOHN McCORMICK John McCormick died Dec. 10, 2012. Contact Weeks’ Funeral Home at 360-829-1171 for service details.

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The election is over and now everybody on planet earth, including me, gets to drivel on about the reasons why the Republicans lost … Democrats won … and cows can no longer fly. I will admit the most entertaining part of the voting season was election night. There is nothing like watching guys with heads that look like bratwursts with a comb-over fling their arms in the air while yelling about the end of the world or some other nonsense. I have some useless advice for the party thinkers and doers. First, if a guy looks like steamed kielbasa minus the sauerkraut he does not get to talk Dennis Box on TV. Personally, I Editor think we need to find more woman commentators. They make more sense and generally have more hair. Maybe we should install a glass ceiling for male political commentators who can’t do a hair flip. By the way, if anyone needs a lesson or two on hair flips, I am available. My rates are cheap … very cheap. The second proposition I would advocate for is no one can run for president that does not look snappy in one of the superhero capes. My personal preference would be Dr. Strange’s cape. He certainly had the coolest cape ever. I have battled with a well known sports reporter for years over the single most important question facing our civilization: Could Dr. Strange beat Superman? Of course, the answer is easy-pleasy. Superman would go down. Seriously, Dr. Strange had to match his super powers with the Dread Dormammu. Superman would be like wrestling a weenie poodle after that. Newsrooms can become very heated places when we are grappling with the deep philosophical questions of the day. Returning to the election, the most fascinating thing following an election is watching the realignment of the coalitions. This is where the heart of politics beats. Anyone who believes the Republican Party is on its last dance had best crack a history book. Often, the best thing for a party is a loss, and the worst is a landslide victory. The best news for the Democrats is Barack Obama won by a narrow margin. It is tough to avoid the swollen egos and the pitfalls of a mandate. Check the second term for Ronald Reagan and Lyndon Johnson’s term after his landslide victory over Barry Goldwater. It was Goldwater’s loss, which appeared devastating to the Republicans at the time, that gave birth to the party of Reagan. The Republicans in this region should be happy. There are potential candidates that could be the future. Keep an eye on Joe Fain, the state senator in the 47th Legislative District,

I agree with much of what Mr. Elfers wrote (In Focus column, Nov. 21) about politicians framing each other in order to win an election. I disagree with almost everything Mr. DeVol wrote (Letter to the editor, Nov. 28) about why the Democratic candidate won. What was not mentioned by either man was why Mr. Romney was so easy to “frame.” I believe that almost every educated voter in the country, regardless of political party, was aware that Romney stood for nothing at all. Instead he “framed” himself to satisfy the latest situation. “Severe conservative” was what he felt the primaries required and he continued to change with every new wind. We don’t vote Democrat because we’re uneducated, though I’m certain that low-information voters exist in great numbers within both parties. We don’t vote Democratic because we think the past four years were managed flawlessly, or because the media tells us how wonderful our president is. We voted for President Obama because of our experience. The lies about some connection between 9/11 and Iraq, and then about WMD in Iraq, coupled with those bravadofilled hawkish speeches pledging to put our service members into war; the disregard for scientific fact within the Bush White House, and the continued claim that trickledown economics work. The push to deregulate industry and the BP environmental disaster that continues to this day. The idea that labor unions and the poor cost us so much, while corporate welfare is nonexistent. All these issues and so many more are just too vivid in our memories, so we voted Democrat. All this, and

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Control our language, set the social agenda Well, how many of you have been to a town hall, community or PTA/ school board meeting of late? Who has heard the buzz words vision for the town or consensus, no need for a debate when we have a consensus, or social justice, free trade, global truth, partnerships, preservation, stakeholders, land use, environmental protection, development, diversity, visioning, open space, heritage, comprehensive planning, critical thinking and community service are all part of our new language. What are they really talking about? What mental pictures come to mind when those words are used? George Orwell, in his book “1984,” realized that those who control language and manipulate key phrases can control policy. The language is being changed and manipulated to quietly implement a very destructive policy. Whenever you see or hear these words, know that in every case they are defining one thing – the implementation of sustainable development. Rather than good management of resources, sustainable has come to mean denied use and resources locked away from human hands. In short, it has become a code word for an entire economic and social agenda. If you don’t want to believe what I say...look for yourself. Neal Grove Enumclaw

After 14 years, it’s time to say goodbye to all I would like to take this opportunity to say goodbye to the charming

city of Enumclaw. Over the last 14 years I have called this city my home and have been blessed to call some pretty amazing people my friends. It has been a privilege to serve on the Enumclaw Rotary board in a number of capacities and to have so many great memories...being the public relations chair under current president Lauren Hardman has been a blast. If you aren’t a Rotarian yet, I would encourage you to check it out...the local club offers wonderful opportunities to serve others and make a difference locally, regionally and internationally. Working closely with René Popke and Jaclyn VanHoof and the Enumclaw Street Fair has for sure been one of my most memorable experiences. Those two girls rock! I’ve had the chance to work on different city projects, including the Enumclaw Downtown Partnership, and more recently the initial planning for the Centennial Celebration. It has always been a great time of brainstorming and teamwork with those dedicated to making the city a great place for all. And last, but certainly not least, has been my last 12 months at The Summit. What an amazing group of believers who are all about loving God and loving others. It has been refreshing to be a part of this local body of Christ and to experience healing and renewal alongside leadership committed to emotionally healthy spirituality. At first I was moving up to Kirkland to be closer to my youngest son, but am now detouring to San Antonio, Texas, to help my brother care for my 90-year-old mom. Thanks to all of you I call friend, and may this Christmas season be an especially meaningful one for each one of you. Athena Dean athenadean@gmail.com Enumclaw

Politics exposes our best, worst Politics deals with what is, not what we would like humans and society to be. That’s one of the major things that I miss about being on the Enumclaw City Council. There were times when people spoke outright lies to the council. At other times they were so brutally honest in their self-interest and selfdelusion that I almost gasped with surprise. Politics at all levels — local state, and national — brings out the best and worst in people. To properly cope with politics we need to deal with what actually is, rather than what we dream it should be. I see that attitude in some of my conservative friends. One of them

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recently noted that he wished that the values of white European males still prevailed. The reality now is that Latino culture and AfricanAmerican culture and liberated women and young people have a greater voice to re-elect a black president over the money, influence and power of wealthy, old, white men

who have ruled this country for all of its history. That is also part of the problem with the liberal leadership of the Democratic Party. Both Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi are in their 70s and a new generation of voters does not exactly agree with their point of view. The danger Democrats now face is the sin of hubris, of pride, in thinking that because they won, their views are totally right. The last two presidential elections have driven home the reality of a new dynamic and demographic. It has also driven home the fact that technology has drastically changed

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Remembering a good friend, a public servant, Kevin Mahelona I was with Kevin Mahelona, his oldest son, my oldest son and a friend which comprised of our golf team at the Enumclaw Chamber Golf Classic. Kevin’s oldest son made a hole-in-one on No. 17 to win a Ford Focus, perhaps it was a signal that Kevin had taught the future patriarch of his family everything he needed and that Kevin’s mission among us was soon to be finished. Recently Kevin’s youngest son married. All three of Kevin’s beautiful children are happily married, culminating in Kevin’s greatest desire in his life. The torch of life Kevin carried had been passed on to his capable, grown children. With his mission accomplished the lord saw fit to call Kevin home. Kevin’s had the best smile of any one I have ever known. His honesty was refreshing. He was quiet but strong. He has served as a public servant on city council for 11

years. He was most recently our mayor pro teem. Kevin was the core of our council. I believe Kevin had the support of enough councilman to get done what he felt was in the best interest of our community. Kevin was also a leader in his church, most recently serving as a member of the Maple Valley Stake High Council of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In every aspect, whether church, civic work or with family and friends, Kevin was a very good councilor. Kevin also was an adviser in a tough campaign that I ran a year ago. He was a great support, and mentor, and friend in my run for public office. Without Kevin’s coaching, support and advice I would not have run for the local council Position 2. Kevin wanted me to run because he saw in me someone with a track record of helping local nonprofits, youth and underprivileged

in our community. Kevin saw in my wife and I common community goals and values which he felt were important to benefit our community. He believed I could be a help with him and other counsel members in a common cause for good in our community. Kevin is now gone from among us, and now the question is who will fill the void on our city council? Every time I go to the Enumclaw Golf Course I will think of our day on the course together. I will think of Kevin’s genuine smile and the type of life he lived. The legacy and the good he has left with his family and for our community. In his son’s eulogy of his father, he passed on to the congregation one of the lessons Kevin taught his son. When the Mahelona father and son would go surfing in Hawaii, the father taught his son to hit the big 10-foot waves right

in the center. Dive into the wave. And you will come out OK on the other side. The lesson being, when you are faced with a challenge, meet it strait on. A lesson well worth remembering. Kevin did not fear death. Knowing of his likely impending fate, Kevin told his eldest son, “If God wants my life he can have it. I am ready to do his will.” The council will take applications in the next 90 days from Enumclaw residents and the majority of the council will approve a new city councilman. Kevin’s shoes are big ones to fill. I hope we can find someone that had the same passion for our community and the ability to bring our city council together the “Mahelona Way.” Kevin Mahelona, please know that you are loved by many. Darrel Dickson Enumclaw

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tions in America. It’s not the ultraliberals or the ultraconservatives. America is a centerright nation and the party that plays to that group will be ascendant. Pride and arrogance defeated the Republicans in 2012. Hopefully, being badly humbled by this election will force the Republicans to face reality and give up living in the past. The reality is that this nation needs the Republican Party to provide a counterpoint to the Democrats. Both parties have valuable perspectives that are important to hear. Wisdom comes from listening to people who don’t agree with you and gleaning understanding of the point of view of others. I miss not being on the Enumclaw City Council and being forced to see human nature exhibited authentically. All of us have

to be occasionally jarred out of the belief that our views are always the right ones. Defeat is sometimes the elixir of growth and change. It forces us to reflect on our actions and to be able to move in another direction.

Hopefully the Republican Party is capable of reflection. We need the Republican perspective to keep and make America a balanced and growing nation. Change is reality, and the reality is that either we change or we die.

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EHS boys, girls earn Friday victories By Dennis Box Editor

Both the Enumclaw High boys and girls basketball teams came out on top in nonleague games Friday. • The Hornet girls won 49-40 at Capital, improving their overall record to 2-3. The team played Tyee Monday, past the press deadline. Results can be found at www.courierherald.com. In the Capital game, Julia Myers scored 14 points and Katie Holland picked up 13. Nadine Huff hit for eight. The Hornets beat Yelm at home 51-34 Dec. 4. • The boys played a solid game against Tumwater, winning 60-49 at home. Perry Rockwood led the offense with 19 points, Drake Rademacher added 12 with 16 rebounds and Junior Condon had 12. Tony Chynoweth scored eight after injuring himself early in the game. The senior guard was able to return in the second half, but coach Kellen Hall said

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White River hoop teams win eight of first nine By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

Top-ranked girls start 4-0

Becoming the state’s No. 1 target didn’t seem to rattle the White River High girls basketball team. After being ranked No. 1 among Class 2A teams by the two largest daily newspapers in western Washington, the Hornets simply went about the business of destroying a pair of South Puget Sound League 2A foes. Friday, White River hosted Fife and humbled the Trojans 63-9. On Dec. 4, it was a bit closer – a 28-poiont margin of victory – as the Hornets defeated Washington high 51-23.

Friday’s outcome was decided in nearly the blink of an eye, with White River racing to a 27-point outburst in the first quarter while allowing the visitors nary a point. The Hornets’ offense diminished in each of the following quarters, but it was still 44-2 at halftime and 56-4 after three quarters of play. Ten White River players found their way into the scoring column, paced by Kennedy Hobert’s 17 points. The senior is leading the Hornet offense, averaging 19.5 points per outing. During the league opener against Washington, White River used a 22-point second quarter to build an insurmountable 33-10 halftime advantage.

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Hornet Sports Wednesday

• Enumclaw boys wrestling hosts Auburn Mountainview, 7 p.m. • Enumclaw gymnastics hosts Sumner, Bonney Lake and Auburn Mountainview, 7 p.m. at Peak Gymnastics. • White River wrestling at Clover Park, girls at 6 p.m., boys at 7.

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• Enumclaw boys swim/dive hosts Bonney Lake, 3:30 p.m.

Wednesday, December 12, 2012 • The Enumclaw Courier-Herald • Page 9 Enumclaw winners: 200 medley relay (Thomas Petersen, Bennon VanHoof, Brandon Vick, Mason Culp), 1:46.30, district time; 200 free, VanHoof, 2:00.19, district time; 200 individual medley, Vick, 2:18.74, district time; 50 freestyle, Petersen, 23.41, district time; diving, Jesse Skipworth, 204.45 points; 500 freestyle, Vick, 5:27.88, district time; 100 backstroke, Petersen, 56.72, state time; 100 breaststroke, VanHoof, 1:01.85, state time; 400 free relay (Culp, Paul Clow, Petersen, VanHoof), 3:51.24, district time. Enumclaw 117, Timberline 66 December 4 at Enumclaw Enumclaw winners: 200 medley relay (Thomas Petersen, Bennon VanHoof, Will Cooper, Mason Culp), 1:45.62, district time; 50 freestyle, Petersen, 23.39, district time; diving, Jesse Skipworth, 193 points; 100 butterfly, Brandon Vick, 1:01,75, district time; 100 freestyle, VanHoof, 50.52, district time; 200 freestyle relay (Dylan Hamel, Quinn Warner, Bryce VanHoof, Brandon Butler) 1:45.81, district time; 100 backstroke, Petersen, 56.83, state time; 100 breaststroke, Bennon VanHoof, 1:02.41, state time; 400 freestyle relay (Cooper, Culp, Petersen, Bennon VanHoof), 3:46.86, district time.

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Enumclaw 60, Tumwater 49 December 7 at Enumclaw Enumclaw scoring: Perry Rockwood 19, Junior Condon 12, Drake Rademacher 12, Tony Chynoweth 8, Adam Cosgrove 5, Colton Gustafson 2, Wesley Castro 2. White River 60, Washington 43 December 4 at Washington White River scoring: Brandon Dove 17, Dustin France 12, Spencer Swigart 7, Brandon Garvin 7, Alex Sayler 7, Clayton Holm 4, Robert Foster 4, Sam Schifter 2. Capital 67, White River 62 December 5 at White River White River scoring: Brandon Dove 16, Alex Sayler 13, Dustin France 10, Clayton Holm 6, Bo Dudley 5, Brandon Garvin 4, Spencer Swigart 4, Robert Foster 2, Sam Schifter 2. White River 73, Fife 51 December 7 at White River White River scoring: Dustin France 16, Alex Sayler 16, Robert Foster 12, Clayton Holm 11,

Enumclaw 49, Capital 40 December 7 at Capital Enumclaw scoring: Julia Myers 14, Katie Holland 13, Nadine Huff 8, Hannah Calvert 6, Danielle Saltarelli 5, Kimmy Aubert 3.

Spencer Swigart 10, Brandon Dove 6, Brandon Garvin 2.

GIRLS BASKETBALL White River 51, Washington 42 December 4 at Washington White River scoring: Kennedy Hobert 18, Kristin Sturdivan 9, Amanda Lance 8, Crystal Narolski 7, Maci Goethals 3, Katie Durrant 2, Ashlea Mills 2, Darian Gore 2. Enumclaw 51, Yelm 34 December 4 at Yelm Enumclaw scoring: Julia Myers 22, Calli Remitz 9, Danielle Saltarelli 9, Jessica Snoen 5, Katie Holland 2, Hannah Calvert 2, Kimmy Aubert 2. White River 63, Fife 9 December 7 at White River White River scoring: Kennedy Hobert 17, Amanda Lance 9, Darian Gore 8, Kristin Sturdivan 7, Sutton Mills 7, Maci Goethals 5, Crystal Narolski 4, Katie Durrant 3, Taylor Hillius 2, Ashlea Mills 1.

BOYS WRESTLING Enumclaw 45, Bonney Lake 27 December 5 at Bonney Lake Enumclaw winners: Hunter Haney, 113, pinned Andrew Johnson at 1:08; Garrett Jurose, 120, defeated Giuseppe Sabin by major decision 14-2; Tyke Reid, 132, pinned Doug Nichols at 1:13; Lucas Somera, 152, pinned Michael Tucker, 1:42; Ryan Anderson, 170, defeated Alex Rae by technical fall, 16-0; Wiley Stewart, 195, won by forfeit; Sefo Gill, 220, won by forfeit; Garred Seimon, 285, pinned Casey Board, 1:49.

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EHS FROM 8 improvement for us,” Hall said. “We’ve been focusing on giving a consistent effort throughout the game. In this game they did a better job.” The boys played Tyee on the road Monday. Visit w w w.courierherald.com for results.

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SPSL 2A coaches choose Enumclaw High football players for all-league list A swarm of Enumclaw High Hornets found themselves on the honors list after South Puget Sound League 3A coaches did their voting. • Chandler Streuli, junior: first team offensive line, second team defensive line. • Mauricio Portillo, junior: second team running back, second team

linebacker. • Bryson Grant, senior: second team wide receiver, second team linebacker, honorable mention kick returner. • Sam Fisher, junior: second team offensive line, honorable mention defensive line. • Cameron Strecker, junior: second team defensive back, honorable mention running back. • Perry Rockwood, senior: first team kick returner, honorable mention wide receiver, honorable men-

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tion defensive back. • Adam Cosgrove, senior: honorable mention tight end. • Nathan Pigott, senior: honorable mention offensive line, honorable mention defensive line. • Tyler Osborn, senior: honorable mention linebacker. • Zack Mason, senior: honorable mention defensive back. • Caleb Gwerder, senior: honorable mention kicker. • David Pugh, senior: honorable mention punter.

WHITE RIVER FROM 8 Hobert took game scoring honors with 18 points. During their first four games, the Hornet girls – who claimed third-place honors during last season’s Class 2A state tournament – outscored their opponents 223-115, winning by an average of 27 points each time they took

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Wednesday, December 12, 2012 • The Enumclaw Courier-Herald • Page 11 The parties are not the real power behind the tall chair. The caucuses are because that is where the money is and the political acumen. If I wanted to hire a couple of good prospects, those are the type of candidates I would be encouraging. We need balanced thinkers on

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KAY LORRAINE OSBORN “Grammy” Kay Lorraine Osborn of Enumclaw, Washington, passed away December 1, 2012, surrounded by family. Kay was born June 28, 1948 to the late Clare and Sophia Osborn. She lived and worked her entire life on the plateau. While attending Enumclaw High School, Kay was a member of the Nurse’s Club and Red Cross. After graduation she continued that passion with a career in nursing until her retirement. To mom, family was the most important thing. She loved her grandkids endlessly. She also enjoyed cooking, sewing, painting, bunny rabbits, and watching Mariner games. She is survived by her daughter, Jenene Moergeli; son, Jared Furtwangler and his wife, Janice; grandchildren, Kaylee Moergeli, Gunner Moergeli, Macy Furtwangler, and Maxwell Furtwangler; and companion, Mark Russell. She was preceded in death by her brother Raymond Osborn. At her request no services will be provided. The family is planning a celebration of her life at a later date. 715467

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Alvina Krull of Enumclaw died Dec. 6, 2012 at the age of 81. She was born Dec. 27, 1930 to William & Carrie Van Goor in Rock Rapids, IA. Alvina worked in a bakery in Rock Rapids, IA at the age of 16 and also a dime store. She married Filbert Krull Feb. 9, 1951 in Rock Rapids, IA. They moved to Enumclaw in 1956 & she worked for Farman’s Pickle Factory and at Rainier State School for 6 years. She also worked for Ralph Reed, DDS & retired from Evan Woods, DDS dental office as his receptionist after 23 years in 1987. Alvina & Fil spent 25 winters in Surprise, AZ. She was always busy volunteering, playing cards & games & spent every morning in the swimming pool with friends. Alvina loved the warm sun. Her biggest project that she was most proud of were her rugs & covered hangers. She loved her family dearly. She is preceded in death by her sisters, Marie Faber, Jeanette DeNoble and grandson, Kelly Krull. Alvina is survived by her husband, Filbert Krull of Enumclaw; daughter, Bonnie Blechschmidt & son, Jeffrey L. Krull both of Enumclaw. She is also survived by her 3 grandsons, Leland Blechschmidt & wife Corrie; Brian Blechschmidt & wife Shanna & Casey Krull; great-grandson, Ethan Blechschmidt & great-granddaughter, Madison Blechschmidt; sister, Eldora Krull (John E.) of Rock Rapids, IA. A memorial service will be held, Fri., Dec. 14, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. at Calvary Presbyterian Church in Enumclaw. Inurnment at Tahoma National Cemetery. Memorials may be made to: American Heart Assoc., 710 2nd Ave. #900, Seattle, WA 98104 or Living Court Assisted Living, 2229 Jensen St., Enumclaw, WA 98022. Service directed by Weeks’ Enumclaw Funeral Home. Please sign the online guest book at www.weeksfuneralhomes.com.

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Wilma Jean Mihelich, age 87, a former longtime resident of Enumclaw, WA, passed away Thursday, November 29, 2012 at the Life Care Center of Mount Vernon in Mount Vernon, WA. She was born January 17, 1925 in Kapowsin, Washington to Peter and Marie (Long) Erickson. Wilma grew up at Lake Kapowsin and graduated from Kapowsin High School in 1943. On June 9, 1945 she was married to Joseph Mihelich in Enumclaw, WA. Along with Joseph, Wilma co-operated the Enumclaw Golf Course from 1955 to 1975. She ran the coffee shop and was well known for her lively sense of humor and excellent cooking. Wilma was a longtime member of Sacred Heart Parish of Enumclaw. Wilma is survived by her two sons, Paul Mihelich of Montesano and Phil Mihelich and his wife Marilyn of Clear Lake and a daughter, Karen Kriewald and her husband Rick of Arlington. Grandchildren, Lara Kammereck and her husband Andreas of Bellevue, Matthew Mihelich and his wife Tristin of Big Lake, Krista Kriewald of Leavenworth, Kasey Kriewald and his wife Kate of Bremerton, Jeff and Lindsay Mihelich of Montesano and three step-granddaughters, Carrie Howard and Michelle Kauzlarich of Enumclaw and Connie Brown of Bonney Lake. Five Great Grandchildren, Davis, Maren and Emmett Mihelich and Karl and Elsa Kammereck. Her sister, Helen Larson and her husband Sam of Puyallup and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Joseph on January 12 of this year, seven brothers, Roy, Walter, Emil, Art, Ed, Elmer, Harry, and a sister, Ann. The family extends a heartfelt thank you to Hospice of the Northwest and the staff at Life Care Center of Mount Vernon for the special care given to Wilma. Private family inurnment services will be held at the Enumclaw Cemetery at a later date. Arrangements and services under the care of Lemley Chapel, SedroWoolley. Please share your memories of Wilma and sign the online guestbook at www.lemleychapel.com


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She was employed by The First National Bank of Enumclaw until her retirement. Lillian loved spending time with her family and friends. She enjoyed music, golf, gardening, bowling, dancing, and travel. Her favorite place to visit was the Hawaiian Islands. Lillian and her sister Dorothy were very close and enjoyed sharing many memorable adventures. Her kind, generous, and loving presence will be dearly missed by her family. Lillian is survived by her sister Dorothy Ann Ellis of Bend, Oregon, nephew Tom Ellis of Hickory, NC, nieces Pat McCabe and Mary Apgood of Bend, OR, niece Kimberly Swindells of Lake Oswego, OR, nieces Janet Parsons of Des Moines, WA and Donna Hanson of Rathdrum, Idaho, and her beloved grand-nieces and grand-nephews who were a huge part of her life. Lillian we will all miss you so dearly. Contributions can be made to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.

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Do something subversive this Christmas The prophetic mystery of a helpless child, entering the world through the womb of a poor, unwed, teenager from a backwoods town, and placed in a feeding trough amidst the sounds and smells of a first century barn is nothing less than God’s astounding expression of solidarity with the poor. God stepped from his glory into the glorious humility of a child born in poverty. In Scott Bessenecker’s words, “When God voted with his birth, he voted for

the poor.” IBISWorld is forecasting that Americans will spend $69.2 billion on Christmas this Peter Little year. Community Presbyterian Somethingdoesn’t Church add up here. There’s very little connection between Jesus’ birth and the way many of us celebrate Christmas. In fact, I would submit to you that the way we celebrate Christmas is an affront

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to God-born-in-a-manger. I am inviting you to do something subversive this Christmas, to conspire with me in undermining a tradition that has become so embedded in our culture that my invitation may be considered unAmerican or “Grinchy” or just plain ol’ out of touch with reality. The invitation? Spend a little less this year and give some of the money you didn’t spend to people who need help. Do it as a family. Teach your kids to celebrate in a way that honors the humble nature of the nativity. You know the generous act of Jesus, that although he was rich, for your sakes he

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TOWN OF SOUTH PRAIRIE Resolution No. 323 A Resolution of the Town of South Prairie, Pierce County, Washington authorizing the Mayor to enter into an easem e n t a gr e e m e n t w i t h p u bl i c a n d f r a n c h i s e utilities through and across certain real property owned by the Town of South Prairie. # 443543 12/12/12 City of Bonney Lake NOTICE OF DECISION Application Number: PLN-2012-01563 Notice is hereby given of the DECISION TO APPROVE with conditions a variance request from

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the rear yard setback requirements contained in Bonney Lake Municipal C o d e ( B L M C ) 18.16.050(E). The subject property is approved for duplex development and is irregularly shaped. The applicant is seeking relief as the existing setbacks hinder d eve l o p m e n t o u t r i g h t permitted by the associated zoning district on the subject property. An application submitted by Ja ck G o r d o n , fo r t h e aforementioned project was received by the City of Bonney Lake Community Development Department on October 15, 2012. The Community D eve l o p m e n t D e p a r t ment determined the application to be complete on October 17, 2012. Pursuant to BLMC 14.70, a public hearing was conducted on November 16, 2012. The Hear ing Examiner for the City of Bonney Lake approved the request for the variance on November 29, 2012. The application and any related documents are available for public review during normal business hours at the City of Bonney Lake, 8720 Main Street East, Bonney Lake, WA. For additional information, please contact Ryan Harriman, Associate Planner, (253) 447-4350. Project Name: Gordon Setback Variance, PLN 2012-01563 Name of Applicant: Jack Gordon Site Location: The project is located at 7009/7011 180th Ave E within Section 29, Township 20 Nor th, Range 05, W.M., Bonney Lake, WA, further identified by Pierce County Assessor Parcel Number 7002210040. Identification of Existing E nv i r o n m e n t a l D o c u ments: The proposed action is exempt from e nv i r o n m e n t a l r ev i ew p e r W A C 197-11-800(6)(b).

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property. All stormwater runoff from this project will pass through this facility. After treatment the runoff will discharge to the downstream drainage system. The downstream drainage system consisting of open ditches and closed storm drain piping flows to the White River in Sumner, WA. Any persons desiring to present their views to the Washington State Department of Ecology regarding this application, or interested in Ecology’s action on this application, may notify Ecology in writing no later than 30 days of the last date of publication of this notice. Ecology reviews public comments and considers whether discharges from this project would cause a measurable change in receiving water quality, and, if so, whether the project is necessary and in the overriding public interest according to Tier II antidegradation requirements under WAC 173-201A-320. (Dates of Publication in the Courier Herald December 5th and December 12th, 2012.) Comments can be submitted to: Department of Ecology Attn: Water Quality Program, Construction Stormwater P.O. Box 47696, Olympia, WA 98504-7696 # 442592 12/5/12, 12/12/12

be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the personal representative or the personal representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the personal representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided und e r R C W 11.40.020(1)(c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication o f t h e n o t i c e. I f t h e claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of filing copy of Notice to Creditors: November 28, 2012 Date of first publication: December 5, 2012. JANE B. GATTAVARA Personal Representative TRIP HART WSBA # 8913 Attor ney for Personal Representative Address for Mailing or Service: 1224 Griffin Avenue Enumclaw, WA 98022-3012 (360) 825-5581 # 441629 12/5/12, 12/12/12, 12/19/12

A copy of this notice was mailed to the applicant, t h e c o u n t y a s s e s s o r, and anyone who, prior to the decision, requested notice of the decision or submitted substantive comments on the application or was otherwise a party of record. # 443382 12/12/12 Town of Wilkeson, Pierce County, Washington NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON 2-13 TOWN BUDGET T h e W i l k e s o n To w n Council will conduct two hearings to solicit public input and comments on the proposed 2013 Budget. The hearings will be held in the Wilkeson To w n H a l l C o u n c i l Chambers on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at 7 p.m. and Wednesday December 19, 2012 at 7 p.m. The regular council meetings will follow each hearing. Milda Hadaway CLERK/TREASURER # 443402 12/12/12, 12/19/12 Public Notice Pacific Southern LLC, of Auburn, WA, is seeking coverage the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit. The proposed 3.47 acre project, known as 1905 Grade and Fill is located at 1905 136th Ave East, Sumner, Pierce County, Washington. Approximately 3.47 acres of the site will be cleared and regraded for the placement of approximately 6,500 cy’s of fill. Erosion and sedimentation control BMP’s will be employed to control emissions from the site during construction. There are no wetlands, streams or sensitive areas on this property. The proposed project will include construction of a stormwater detention and water quality facility located on the

SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY OF PIERCE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF GENE H. GATTAVARA, Deceased NO. 12-4-01738-0 NOTICE TO CREDITORS RCW 11.40.030 The personal representative named below has been appointed and has qualified as Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would

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