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Katie Waugh, 8, and East Pierce Firefighter Tera Green pick out Christmas gifts during the Annual Shop With a Cop event Dec. 7 at Target. Right, Cheyanne Barber, 11, wraps one of her gifts with the help of Officer Tobie Johnson. According to Bonney Lake Public Information Officer Todd Green, this year the Department helped 20 kids pick out presents. The Police Department raised more than $2,000 for the event, including $500 from their guild and an additional $600 from Target. Photos by Dennis Box

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The Bonney Lake City Council completed the first half of its budget review during their Dec. 4 council meeting and expected to finish the review and pass the 2013-14 spending plan Tuesday night. Overall, the city plans to spend $84.6 million over the next two years: $43.2 million in 2013 and $41.3 million in 2014. The overall numbers include all of the city’s funds, including utilities and special projects. Looking only at the city’s general fund, the

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After months of discussion at workshops and at park board meetings, the City Council is poised to call for an election in April on the creation of a metropolitan parks district. The city’s parks board forwarded to the council three options, including the April vote, a November vote and a simple resolution calling for an election, but not giving a specific date. During the Dec. 4 workshop, the council discussed the issue again, with some council members questioning whether there was enough time before the April election date to get the information about the district out to the public. “I think that April is just too darn soon,” Councilman Jim Rackley said, asking if it was in the city’s best interest to spend the money to put the measure on the ballot with such a short run-up to the election. “I support all this, but I think it’s too soon,” he said. It is estimated to cost about $25,000 to run a ballot measure in April while some of that cost could be mitigated in November because of other issues on the ballot. Deputy Mayor Dan Swatman said he agreed the timing was “difficult” but he felt it was time to hold the election and that he has talked with the people who will be supporting the measure and they believe there is time. Councilman Donn Lewis agreed.


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Have a water efficient H2Oliday! When preparing for meals and parties this holiday season, you can use much more water than your normal, everyday use. Running your tap continuously while preparing food or washing dishes wastes water. You can use more than two gallons of water every minute your tap is running. That’s a lot when you’re cooking a big meal for extended family members and friends! Here are two ways to reduce your water and energy use over the holidays: •

scrape dirty dishes instead of using water to rinse them before you put them in the dishwasher.

if you don’t use a dishwasher, fill the sink with a few gallons of soapy wash water, clean your dishes, and put them aside. then rinse them all together afterward.

either of these simple practices could save 10 gallons of water each time you wash dishes. if every american household reduced

their water use by 10 gallons on just one meal this holiday season, we could save more than 1 billion gallons of water, as well as the energy and materials used to pump and treat tap water. For more water saving tips, visit the Cascade Water alliance website at cascadewater.org.

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Bet your bottom dollar it’s a dream come true Sumner actress cast as lead in Renton production of ‘Annie’ Dean A. Radford Renton Reporter

For 11-year-old Maggie Barry of Sumner, it’s a dream of a young lifetime, playing that spunky orphan, “Annie.” “I am so honored to play this role,” said Maggie, fulfilling a dream she’s had since age 5. Maggie plays the title role in the Renton Civic Theatre’s production of “Annie,” that opens today (Friday). The production of the classic music is part of Renton Civic’s 25th Anniversary Season. “Annie’s” director, Laura Kessler, who is familiar to theater patrons as an actress and director, said Maggie “is kind of remarkable.” And she’s dedicated. Kessler gave her a night off from rehearsal. Kessler says Maggie told her, “Oh, good, I can go to dance rehearsal.” Kessler said the present, when the country is facing tough economic times similar to the ones Annie and the other characters face, is the perfect time to perform a musical set in the Great Depression. “All the same themes are there,” Kessler said. But besides the bad economy, there are some bad people in “Annie,” too. Annie is determined to find her parents, who abandoned her at a New York City orphanage overseen by the cruel Miss Hannigan. Using her own wits, Annie finds a new family with billionaire Oliver Warbucks and makes friends with President Franklin Roosevelt.

Budget FROM 1 expenditures, however, mainly caused by debt service on the city’s Justice Center and the equipment and towers related to the upgrade to an 800 MHz communications system over the past several years. That money is expected to be made up through the sale of a piece of commercially-zoned land located behind Junction 192 on 192nd Avenue near the Sumner-Buckley Highway. Council members had an

Kessler has worked with Seattle actor Patricia HainesAinsworth, who plays Miss Hannigan. “She is one of my favorite parts of the show,” Kessler said. “I really think it’s a story where the good people get what’s coming to them, the bad people get what’s coming to them,” Kessler said. Annie is the “perfect little heroine,” in a play that creates a place where people want to live, she said. Maggie, a Sumner Middle School sixth grader, has already been acting and performing for several years, including at the Village Theater in Issaquah and in a Sumner High School production of “The Sound of Music.” She played Gretel. Maggie has prepared herself for “Annie,” taking “a lot of voice lessons” to get ready. “I wanted to be right on,” she said. Singing the signature song, “Tomorrow,” is “really hard,” she said. She describes herself as a “quiet singer,” but “Tomorrow” is belted out. “It’s gotten easier over the course of time,” she said. Someday, she wants to go to acting school in New York. “It’s always been my dream to be on Broadway,” she said. Her parents, Patrick and Cheryl Barry, are “incredibly proud” of their daughter, said Cheryl. Some kids are just born to perform, she said. “She’s one of those.”

Sumner’s Maggie Barry has been tapped to play the eponymous orphan in Renton Civic Theatre’s production of “Annie.” Photo by Tanya Zambrowsky

opportunity during the workshop to question department heads regarding the budget. Councilman Tom Watson focused on sales tax revenue projections, which include a 5 percent increase for 2013 and a much larger increase in 2014, tied to one-time sales tax payments from the expansion of the Wastewater Treatment Facility. Watson was concerned the 5 percent growth in sales tax was too generous, especially since the city lost sales tax revenue in 2011 and is projected to do so again in 2014.

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“It’s hard to accept a 2-3 percent increase when I don’t believe it’s going to be there,” he said, stating his belief that the economy will remain “pretty flat” next year. Finance Director Al Juarez said the city’s average sales tax increase over the past eight years has been 5 percent each year and that his projections are tied to the state’s revenue forecasts because he said Bonney Lake is “almost a mirror image of the state” in that respect. On Dec. 4, the council review the legislative, executive and

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Treat neighboring tree conflicts diplomatically Trees can sometimes create turmoil between neighbors. These concerns often become more frequent as the winter storm season approaches. While safety is a major concern, a common complaint involves trees that are blocking someone’s view. Neighbors also can become upset over trees that shed debris onto their roofs or limbs that extend onto their property. Unfortunately, sometimes an individual will take out frustrations on a neighbor’s trees without permission. Such actions usually have unpleasant consequences. Obviously, the first casualty is relations between neighbors. Then, if amicable solutions cannot be agreed to, attorneys eventually may become involved. Often, a certified arborist will be called on to assess the damages of a cut or mutilated tree. Values can range from hundreds to thousands of dollars for some landscape trees. Such damages can be trebled for willful trespass. Finally, there are the

Hopefully, this approach would lead to a thoughtful discussion of cost sharing, tree replacement or other options. Dennis Tompkins If the neighbor Columnist still balks and you are worried about a stressful, time-consuming tree’s safety, consider having and expensive activities if a hazard assessment done legal remedies are pursued. by a certified professional. If a tree is deemed hazardous, share the report with the neighbor and attempt The following common- to arrive at some type of sense approaches should be a compromise. After all, a considered before plotting hazardous tree may threaten the tree owner as much, against a neighbor’s tree. If neighbor relations if not more, than you. If all of these steps fail, are friendly, discuss your concerns and present well call your insurance agent thought-out options. If before firing up the chain appropriate, offer to cover saw. He will likely recomor share costs of tree mend a hazard assessment removal or trimming. Or and that a report be sent to consider offering to replace him, the owner of the tree the offensive tree with a and his insurance compamore suitable tree(s) or ny. If the neighbor ignores warnings and a hazardous other vegetation. If you believe a neighbor tree fails, then his insurwill be reluctant to listen, ance company becomes liaattempt to explain your ble. A letter simply expressconcerns and ask what he ing concern by a neighbor or she would recommend without a professional evalif they were in your shoes. uation may not be deemed

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Trees riding property lines have caused neighborhood disputes since the dawn of suburbia. Stock Photo tly digging around a tree’s base may yield some clues. A root disease may be suspect if previous tree failures have occurred near a tree of concern. These are generally spread by root to root contact. Sometimes, healthy appearing trees can be infected. Root rots are a common cause of whole tree failures during severe storms in the Puget Sound area. Many arborists have attained a designation as a “certified tree risk assessor.” This designation recognizes the passing of an intensive examination following completion of a special tree risk class. While such qualified individuals can perform risk assessments, it is impossible to predict what kind of or when a tree or branch failure will occur.

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Nonetheless, such an evaluation plus cool heads, communication and compromise should help neighbors arrive at win-win solutions that will address everyone’s concerns. Remember, it is much nicer to be on speaking terms across the fence rather than a face-off across the table in an attorney’s conference room. Dennis Tompkins is a certified arborist, certified hazard tree risk assessor and Master Gardener from the Bonney Lake-Sumner area. He provides small tree pruning, pest diagnosis, hazard tree evaluations, tree appraisals and other services for homeowners and businesses. Contact him with questions at 253-863-7469 or email at dlt@blarg.net. Website: evergreen-arborist. com.

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Seasonal employment saved education, opened up further opportunities By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

National retailers hire tens of thousands of temporary workers after Halloween to keep up with increased demand leading into the holiday shopping season. More than 500,000 people nationwide were hired to winter seasonal jobs in 2011, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Online retailer Amazon, which has a distribution warehouse in Sumner, planned to hire 50,000 temporary warehouse associates in 2012. Walmart and Target — both with stores in Bonney Lake — announced plans

to hire 50,000 and up to 90,000, respectively. Temporary employment surges enough in the winter months that the Bureau of Labor Statistics compensates for it in its monthly unemployment reports, lest the extra jobs create a misleading data point in long term employment trends. But while seasonal work may seem a short-lived boon in the big picture of unemployment, workers like Jeremy McPherson know its benefits firsthand. McPherson is a fulltime seasonal associate at the Goodwill Christmas Shoppe in Bonney Lake

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Unemployment ends soon Up to 60,000 people in Washington will be shut off of unemployment benefits when the federal Emergency Unemployment Compensation program ends on Dec. 29. Since being activated in July 2008, the program has paid more than $5.6 billion in federally funded unemployment benefits to more than 407,000 jobless workers in this state, according to the state’s Employment Security Department. During much of the recession, most unemployed workers could qualify for up to 99 weeks of benefits, including 26 weeks of regular benefits, 53 weeks of

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he 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 for me 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. Dennis Box I have some Editor 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 on TV. Personally, I 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

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Politicians must adapt to the new reality 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 recently noted that he wished that the values of white European males still prevailed. The reality now is that Latino culture and African-American 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

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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 how votes are gained and money is raised. That’s the new reality. Wishing that it would go to back to the way it was will not make it so. The political party that grasps that fact and ends its denial sooner will be able to be more effective in electing their preferences into places of power. At this point the Democrats are a

whole lot closer to reality than the Republicans. Back in the 1980s it was the Reagan Republicans who were ascendant. It took three presidential election losses for the Democrats to face reality and find the moderate Bill Clinton who emphasized “The Third Way” in politics. The Third Way was moderation. Those are the people who win elections in America. It’s not the ultraliberals or the ultraconservatives. America is a center-right 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

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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 easypleasy. 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. Back 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 times 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 very 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 the 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. I think 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 and Cathy Dahlquist, state representative in the 31st. Also the mayor of Maple Valley, Bill Allsion and Councilman Sean Kelly could be coerced in the right circumstances. The parties are not real power behind the tall chair. The caucuses are because that is where the money is and the 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 all sides, not just a bunch of guys with funny hats a couple of sizes too small. There are good candidates around for both parties, but it takes food, water and light to make them grow. And maybe a cool looking Dr. Strange cape.

Economic frailty makes parks district bad idea I’ve only been attending Bonney Lake City Council meetings for a few months, but it’s clear to me the importance of parks and the passion, effort and energy those who advocate for the Metro Parks District (MPD) have towards making the MPD happen. Their work has been unfulfilled and as a community, I hope we’re all grateful for their selfless service. Having said this, I oppose the creation of an MPD for reasons that extend no further than the state of our economy. I oppose raising taxes, of any sort, during this period of economic stagnation. And, the people of Washington State have echoed this sentiment by voting to affirm the two-thirds

vote requirement for tax increases for a fifth time (Initiative 1185). The MPD is a local tax levy that in many ways circumnavigates what the vast majority of citizens voted for not even a month ago. The economy, at each the federal, state and local level is still struggling. According to the Washington State Office of Financial Management, real medium income is lower today than in both 2008 and 2009 and per capita income is lower today than where we were in 2006. According to the Washington State Employment Security Office, “Pierce County has been at or near the top of the list of counties in the state as far as foreclosure activity …” and Pierce County’s unemployment is higher than each King, Thurston, Yakima and Snohomish Counties. These numbers are easy to find through state and county websites, what’s not easy to find is the impact we will all feel as

tax payers when the Affordable Health Care Act (aka Obamacare) is fully implemented, and/or how Washington State legislators will fulfill the Supreme Court’s ruling mandates full-funding education (aka The McLeary Case). For my last point, let us look no further that the revenue generating struggles of the well established, Metro Parks Tacoma. Obviously much larger than the plan the Bonney Lake Parks Board is proposing, but the issues are relevant and are not isolated to just the Tacoma area. According to an 11/24/2012 article in the Tacoma New Tribune, Metro Parks Tacoma is facing a “$7 million shortfall in its general fund budget, a gap that will require trimming positions and making cutbacks across the district.” This short fall is due in large part to “… a 9.1 percent reduction in assessed property values” and “the park district projects losing about $3.1 million in property tax revenues

over the next two years.” While the Metro Parks are expecting to lose significant revenue over the next few years, “personnel costs are expected to rise by about six percent – or $2.1 million – even though the budget plan calls to decrease staffing.” My suggestion would be to focus on priorities… and that first priority is getting people back to work by creating a “business friendly” environment at all levels of government. That starts at the local level. Streamline permitting. Create an economic recovery plan that is sustainable. Building parks comes after maintaining what you currently have and creating a base (sustainable tax base) that can support a MPD. In conclusion, I’d ask my neighbors here in Bonney Lake to not make the same mistake in 2013 as was made almost a decade ago that brought us into this long

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The Bonney Lake High School girls basketball team got back on track Thursday with a 59-32 win over visiting Washington. Kayla Seger and Mekenzie Voellger led with 14 points each, followed by Gabriela Ruiz with eight points and Brooklyn Gratzer with seven points. The win takes the panthers to 2-1 overall and 1-1 in the South Puget Sound League 3A, following an opening game win against Kentlake and a loss to Eatonville. The Panthers play intradistrict rivals Sumner on Wednesday.

David Kakuk of the Sumner High swim team rolls into a backflip dive at the Thursday home meet against Steilacoom. The Spartans lost 10679. The team swam at Clover Park Tuesday (results too late to include here) and take on Auburn Mountainview at the Sumner Pool Thursday. Photo by Brian Beckley

Bonney Lake, Sumner players named to All-League team By Brian Beckley Staff Writer

After dominating the league on their way to a state championship, the Sumner Spartans girls soccer team this week dominated the South Puget Sound League 2A girls all-league soccer team. Spartans were named the offensive and defensive

MVPs, as well as goalkeeper of the year and coach of the year. Senior Kaylie Rozell received the offensive MVP honors. Rozell had 31 goals and 15 assists this season. On the other side of the ball, Sarah Carter was named defensive MVP. Jaimie Lange was named Goalkeeper of the Year, in part for her 16 shutouts in

Sumner’s championship season. In total, the Spartan goalkeeping squad allowed just two goals against all season. Along with Rozell, a forward, Sophomores Brooke Lancaster and Dacia Alexander were named first team midfielders, senior

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SPORTS ROUNDUP BOYS BASKETBALL Sumner 70, Australian All-Stars 48 December 3 Sumner 66, Orting 41 December 4 at Sumner Sumner 48, Franklin Pierce 60 December 7 at Franklin Pierce

GIRLS BASKETBALL Sumner 35, Australian All-Stars 33 December 3

Sumner 53, Orting 7 December 4 at Sumner Sumner 51, Franklin Pierce 39 December 7 at Franklin Pierce

BOYS WRESTLING Sumner 60, Clover Park 9 December 6 at Clover Park

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Jacoby Miles, the Puyallup gymnast who was injured during gymnastics practice at Roach Gymnastics last month, received a special early Christmas present last week in the form of a specialized van. LookLarson.com, Kersey Mobility and Vantage Mobility presented Miles and her family with a 2012 Toyota Sienna van to the family of Jacoby Miles as an early Christmas present at 11 am Dec. 7 at Children’s Hospital in Seattle. The ADA equipped vehicle is a surprise for the Miles family. Miles, 15, was left paralyzed from the mid-chest down after she landed on her neck on a routine dismount off the uneven/parallel bars Nov. 16. The oldest of six children, doctors say it will be a miracle if she walks again, but are hopeful she will regain use of her hands. Looklarson.com donated the cypresscolored van, and Kersey Mobility in Sumner and Vantage Mobility added the lift, making the vehicle accessible for Jacoby and her wheelchair which, according to the family’s blog, Jacoby has been working to get the hang of. According to a press release, the van is worth approximately $30,000 and the ADA lift is worth approximately $25,000. Also this week, the Miles family home in Puyallup is getting a makeover to ensure that, when Jacoby comes home, the house

will be accessible to her. The renovation to the Miles’ home includes adding an ADA accessible bedroom and bath for Jacoby as well a walk-in closet. A new master bedroom and bath is being added for her parents, Gretchen and Jason. The addition is about 1,300 square feet and worth approximately $75,000, according to Tim Baublitz, project coordinator for the remodel. The doors are being widened for Jacoby’s wheelchair and the garage is being modified to house her new wheelchair accessible van. Work was scheduled to begin this week with the remodel is set to be completed Dec. 23 so the family can be back home for Christmas. The money, materials and work for the remodel was collected through donations from the community and from construction and building supply companies from around the region. A South Hill family generously donated a house for the Miles family to live in while their home is being remodeled. In addition, U.S. Olympians, TV and radio personalities and local dignitaries showcase the VIPs attending a dinner and auction Dec. 17 at the Temple Theatre in Tacoma. All proceeds from this event benefit Miles’ medical and rehabilitation expenses. Tickets are available at www.goteamjacoby.com.

Jacoby Miles gets a look at the wheelchair van donated to her family by LookLarson.com, Vantage Mobility and Kersey Mobility Dec. 7 in Seattle. Photo courtesy Team Jacoby.

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‘Tour de Lights’ run Dec. 21 Fleet Feet Sports is hosting the ninth annual “Tour de Lights” Christmas run, the “Tour de Lights” Dec. 21 in the Sky Island neighborhood of Bonney Lake. The walk/run is just less than three miles, so it is perfect for the whole family. There will be a beautiful display of Christmas lights and the night ends with a cup of hot chocolate. Participants can meet at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 21 at the Bonney Lake Park and Ride.

The price of this walk/ run is two nonperishable food items per a person. The food items will be donated to the Bonney Lake Food Bank to help the community this holiday season. For more information, visit www.fleetfeetbonneylake.com.

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this week. Donations of new toys can now be dropped off at: • Grocery Outlet, 18318 SR 410 E.; • Key Bank, 19610 SR 410 E.; •  Rainier Mortgage 20637 SR 410 E; and • Walmart 19205 SR 410 E. There is also a drop box at the Public Safety Building, 18421 Veterans Memorial Drive E. Organizer Barb Wigton said this year, gifts for teens, ages 12-18, are especially needed.

Season’s Greetings The Bonney Lake Police Department has announced additional drop spots for their annual food drive and giving tree

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Sarah Carter was named a first-team defender and Lange a first-team goalie. Sophomore midfielder Alyssa Murray was named to the secondteam midfielders and junior Nichole Delaney was named to the secondteam defenders. Along with the players, Robi Turley was named Coach of the Year. The Spartans finished the year a perfect 21-0 and won the 2A state championship.

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“I can’t afford things like books, a calculator, or gas to Auburn and back every day,” he said. So McPherson withdrew from fall quarter classes and went job hunting. He had previously worked with his father laying carpet, but injuries from a car accident had rendered physicallyintensive labor a dead end. However, a Google search for seasonal work turned up opportunities at Goodwill. The face of Goodwill is its retail operation, selling donated goods at prices low income families can afford. But Goodwill’s retail operation bankrolls the organization’s associated mission to provide job training and employment for disabled and economically disadvantaged people. Tacoma Goodwill has trained more than 8,600 people to date in 2012, placed more than 1,900 in jobs, and itself employed more than 1,500 people, with 82 percent of those meeting mission criteria. McPherson believed he would be a good candidate for one of two positions at the Bonney Lake Christmas Shoppe; he didn’t have prior retail experience, but he was a hard worker and he believed he fit the organization’s training mission. Goodwill agreed and he was hired on in early November. McPherson encountered a brief learning curve in the beginning, but caught on quickly. “It took a while to get used to things like customer service and the register,” he said. “But I learned really fast how to work the register from the busy days here. Now I’m like a pro at it.” McPherson said he loves the work and the people he works with. And his aplomb hasn’t gone unnoticed by management. “He’s very ambitious and a fast learner,” store manager Clarissa Breshears said. “He’s never been late, never missed a shift, and (he’s) great with the customers.” The wages McPherson has earned over the holiday season will allow him to return to school for winter quarter, and buy Christmas presents for his family to boot. He said he plans to apply for continued parttime work at the main Bonney Lake Goodwill store. “I’m proud to be a part of the staff here,” he said. “It’s been great… I love everyone here.” Reach Daniel Nash at dnash@courierherald.com or 360-825-2555 ext. 5060.


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These gift ideas get two green thumbs up frozen. Gardeners appreciate The gifts like potted helleCompleat bores as well as practical stocking stuffers like Home garden gloves, pruning Gardener shears and gift certifiMarianne Binetti cates to local nurseries. But just in case Horticulturist you know a gardener who already has every blooming thing, here These tough slug-, deer- and drought-resistant plants are some “green thumbs have been improved from up” ideas for creative gift recent breeding experi- giving — no wrapping ments and many now boast paper needed. blooms that are larger, more upright and adaptable to indoor use. This means you’ll find potted hellebores, wrapped in foil Price — as low as $20 and ready to give as indoor Lakewold Gardens is gift plants. Enjoy hellebores probably the best-kept indoors for a few weeks secret and most European and then remove the plant of the few show gardens from the foil wrapping and in Washington state availplastic pot and replant in a able for public visits. shaded spot in the garden. You can plant hellebores during the winter months, just not when the ground is

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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

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Kurt says: “Interest rates are the lowest in history!”

Greg says: “All 2012’s on the lot must go!”

Richard says: “47 MPG vehincles in stock right now!”

Tom says: “We need your trade! Trade-in values will never be higher!”

Shayne says: “Hurry in! Only 2 weeks left in 2012!”

Sparky says: “Business owners, do not wait! Tax laws may change!”

Tyler says: “Reason #11, 0% for 60 months!”

Rob says: “Get your spouse a gift they will never forget!”

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December 12, 2012 edition of the Bonney Lake and Sumner Courier-Herald