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Dealing with cancer through music

Redmond resident Eva Moon had three surgeries this year and wrote a one-woman show to tell about her experiences: “The Mutant Diaries: Unzipping My Genes.” samantha Pak, Redmond Reporter

Moon ‘unzips her genes’ to sing about her year of having three major surgeries in three months Samantha Pak spak@redmond-reporter.com

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at last Saturday’s Day of Honoring Sandy Hook Attendees Remembrance for Sandy Hook Elementary School and staff unleash balloons near Redmond shooting victims children City Hall for each of the 26 individuals who were

recently shot and killed in Newtown, Conn. Community members shared their thoughts and feelings about the tragedy. Courtesy of Alyse Young

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Redmond Police arrested a suspect they believe was involved in the sexual assault of an elderly woman on Oct. 25 in a Kirkland neighborhood, according to Jim Bove, spokesperson for the Redmond Police Department.

On Wednesday at about 9:50 p.m., detectives identified Moses Kelly, 26, as a suspect in the case and obtained a felony warrant for his arrest. Redmond Police located Kelly near a gas station on the corner of 160th Avenue Northeast and Redmond Way and took him into custody on Kirkland’s [ more suspect page 5 ]

Facing cancer can be scary. There is the prospect of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation — among other possible medical procedures, as well as deteriorating health. For Eva Moon, all of this was a real possibility just last year. Her grandmother had been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and her mother had faced both uterine and abdominal cancer. In addition, Moon’s mother carried

the BRCA1 gene — a genetic mutation that significantly increases a woman’s risk of a number of cancers. Because their mother carried the gene, there was a 50 percent chance Moon and her two sisters would also carry the gene. All three women were tested in October 2011, but Moon was the only one to test positive for the gene, which occurs in one in 400 women. In Eastern European Jews, Moon’s background, the gene occurs in one in 40 women. As a result, Moon’s risk for breast cancer [ more moon page 5 ]

Police report slight increase in vehicle prowls and burglaries since October (RPD), said there have been two main locations where the prowls have occurred: The Cleveland Street/Leary Way area downtown, which saw 18 prowls, and Northeast 24th/148th Avenue Northeast, which saw 15 prowls. The general time frame

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From Oct. 1 to Dec. 12, there were 88 reported vehicle prowls in the City of Redmond. In an email Jim Bove, spokesperson for the Redmond Police Department

for these prowls is Monday, Tuesday or Friday between 7-10:15 p.m. and they tend to occur near businesses where customers will be gone for an extended period of time, Bove said. “Most are ‘smash and grabs’ (smash window, grab what you can) and they are targeting the usual—laptops, small electronics, etc., likely from people who have come [ more police page 8 ]

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Redmond resident Pedro Castro stands beside his 2005 Suzuki V-Strom 1000, which he will be riding from Redmond to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, beginning Jan. 9, 2013. He will ride 300 miles a day for 50 days. Samantha pak,

Castro will cruise 300 miles a day from Redmond to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Samantha Pak spak@redmond-reporter.com

Pedro Castro has always loved motorcycles. From the time he was a young boy growing up in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to his life now as a Redmond resident and business owner, bikes have always been his passion. In a shed in his back yard on Education Hill are 13 motorcycles of various makes, models and

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300 MILES a day IN 50 DAYS And one of the bikes in that shed will take him from Redmond to Rio de Janeiro beginning Jan. 9, 2013.

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Castro plans to make the trip in 50 days — riding about 300 miles a day — leave his bike in Brazil and return by plane on March 13, 2013. On his 2005 Suzuki V-Strom 1000, he will ride down the West Coast to California, head east on U.S. Route 66 toward Texas and cross the border at Brownsville, Texas, which is directly across from Heroica Matamoros in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas. Once he enters Central and South America, the countries he will ride through include Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Columbia, Ecuador and Peru. Castro, who owns Magellan Architects in Redmond, said when he is in Peru, he plans on making a special side trip. “Being an architect, I have to go to Machu Picchu,” he said, referring to the country’s famous Incan ruins site. After Peru, Castro will head east to Brazil toward [ more ride page 3 ]

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definitely got the bug.” Castro said his love of adventure also comes from the Portuguese blood running through his veins — pointing out that 16th century explorer Ferdinand Magellan (for which Castro’s business is named) was also Portuguese.

MAKING FRIENDS ALONG THE WAY

Although Castro will be riding mostly by himself, he said he will be visiting a number of friends along the way, as well as meeting up with others — including his brother and brother-in-law — to ride together on certain legs of the trip.

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He said this Redmond to Rio ride has been a lifelong dream of his after he heard a story about someone in Brazil riding all the way up to the Pacific Northwest. Castro said he always wanted to make a similar trip. And now he will — just in reverse — riding from one home to another. Castro said his upcoming ride will also mark a number of other things, including the 25 years he has lived in the United States, as well as his 50th birthday, which will occur during the ride.

“This is kind of a celebration of my half century,” he said. Castro has been riding his whole life and has taken long rides to Alaska and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. “This is not my first rodeo,” he said, calling the first two rides warm ups to his upcoming trip. For Castro, riding a motorcycle gives him the opportunity to explore a new frontier. And being exposed to the elements, seeing and smelling sites that would normally be missed while in a car, he said it is as close to riding a horse as he could be. “It’s very hard to describe,” Castro said. “But I

Castro also plans to meet up with Donn Harvey, owner of the Redmond-based engineering and IT staffing firm, Protingent Staffing. Harvey is part of a group of six riders who are riding from the Pacific Northwest to Pucon, Chile. The trip is a re-creation of a trek taken 50 years ago by Keith Thye and Dave Yaden, both of whom are in their 70s and will be making the journey, as well. Harvey said they will head out about a week ahead of Castro, but will ride down the Pacific coast of Mexico rather than the Gulf Coast like Castro. Harvey said he and Castro learned about their respec-

tive trips through a mutual friend, got in contact with each other and became friends in a matter of months. “He lives just blocks away from my office…I guess we were meant to meet somewhere down the line,” Harvey said. He’s not sure when or where his group will meet up with Castro, but everyone will have satellite tracking devices and through email and Skype, they will be able to figure out the details when the time comes.

SAFETY FIRST

Castro said the tracking device is also a way for his

family to know where he is going, especially as he will be riding through countries not known for their safety records. He said it is important to have the best gear and equipment to keep him safe while riding, but when he is in more dangerous areas, he relies on his faith — saying if he treats others with respect and with an open heart, he believes he will be OK and all he can do is hope for the best. “I pray a lot when I’m on my bike,” he said. To learn more or to follow Castro from Redmond to Rio, he is chronicling his trip on Facebook at http:// tinyurl.com/bw5uspx.

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Did you make an impact in 2012?

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EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK

So, as 2012 nears its end, I — like everyone else, I assume — find myself evaluating my productivity over the last 12 months. I’ve put another year under my belt in my two decades-plus journalism career and feel it’s been a good one. I’ve kept busy by not only writing stories, taking photos, laying out pages and helping to maintain a website — I’ve challenged myself to go above and beyond the call of duty in each one of those areas. Have you done the same? Not only completed your job, but went the extra mile to try and make a good effort an amazing one? Something that you can look back on and be proud of ? I’ve certainly tried to do this. I won’t say that I’ve done anything extraordinary, but I’ve attempted to make an impact on readers with my tasks here at the Redmond Reporter. I hope you’ve enjoyed what reporter Samantha Pak and I (and former editor Bill Christianson, of course) have put in front of you each week with our print copy and each day with our website offerings.

One of the toughest things I’ve encountered in my career was taking over Christianson’s spot. He’d been here five years and really made his mark on the community. As the new guy, I felt some pressure taking over his spot — I hope I’ve lived up to his name in the Redmond area. Switching back to a weekly paper was another challenge. At the Bothell-Kenmore Reporter, I put out two papers a month for the 18 months prior to moving into the Redmond editor spot in September. I han-

You fight hard until the very end If there’s any one thing that has stuck portunity to study with her, but also for with me through my years of playing her giving me my first job. When Elena chess, it is that you fight hard until the first offered me the opportunity to coach very end. and mentor the chess club at And that is exactly what ElHorace Mann Elementary, ena Akhmilovskaya DonaldI was thrilled and incredibly son, my chess coach for more grateful for the chance to than five years, did with her help spread the game that I battle with brain cancer. The had grown to love amongst women’s grandmaster passed younger kids. away at age 55 on Nov. 18 Each week was filled with in Seattle after battling with a number of memories, and cancer for nine months. unexpectedly, I turned out Among her many merits, to learn and grow from the Elena was a three-time U.S. kids, just as they learned women’s chess champion, from me. For this, I owe Elas well as a Women’s World ena. Elena has helped inspire Championship candidate. a love for the game of chess However, she proved not and helped me pursue this only to be an incredible chess with an outstanding amount Elena Akhmilovskaya Donaldson player, but a remarkable of support and encourageperson and mentor. ment. Even after seventh Elena’s lively and animated grade, when I stopped playpersonality lit up not only the chess ing chess competitively, Elena encourclassroom, but additionally changed aged me to stay in practice and keep my a lot of people’s lives. She has guided mind active. a large number of students since they It would be an understatement to say first learned what a pawn was to a level that Elena was a “good” coach. She was of mastery and has instilled a love for phenomenal. We will all miss her very the game in a countless number of dearly and our prayers go out to her individuals, a majority of which have family and close friends. She has truly been youths. left a significant mark on our lives. One student says that she will most Christina Dias is a teenage Redmond miss Elena’s encouragement and dedicated teaching. Another says that “Elena resident who is a poet and blogger. Her blog, Merry Go Round, can be found inspired me through her teaching.” at christina-merry-go-round.blogspot. On a personal level, I am not only com. extremely thankful for having the opChristina Dias

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dled the weekly workload before BothellKenmore switched its game plan, and I’m glad to be back with a weekly. Deadlines were tough at first, but that feeling is long gone. I’m all set in Redmond. I’m looking forward to 2013 and the challenges that await. We’ll keep things rolling over here and encourage readers to let us know how we’re doing and send story ideas and letters to the editor our way. We’ll see you around town.

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Let’s fall off the fiscal cliff

GOP stranglehold continues

Congress will not agree on spending and taxes and this puts the country in line for trouble. If nothing is done, the tax rates and tax benefits fall back to President Clinton’s time. I remember that as being a fairly strong economic time of growth. However the spending cuts, however, will not fall to the level of President Clinton. So the deficit problem will continue until we learn as a country to live within our income. The tax code must be redone; it has grown so complicated that an old retired CPA like me can hardly prepare my own tax return. That is not right. This has to be a true simplification, not an increase in rules like the past simplifications. We must bring jobs back to the U.S.; corporate taxes must also be redone. Why would we use our tax laws to drive companies to foreign countries that have lower taxes? If we solve the current problem by delaying again, we will never solve the problem. Now is the time. If the rates increase and the spending cuts take effect, maybe Congress will recognize it is time to step up to the plate and fix it.

It saddens me to read that Susan Rice has withdrawn from being considered for the State Department to replace Hillary Clinton. This tells me a lot about America and the strangle hold that the Republican Party has over the country. One must ask where was the party when, under the Bush administration, all sorts of lies were told — lies of which they knew about but nevertheless told the country to justify their illegal war against Iraq and the secret prisons they established all over the world. In the case of Susan Rice, it would not surprise me if she was deliberately set up by the CIA. Republicans have proven time and time again they will go to any length to justify the continued control of this country by the military industrial complex. And they have made no secret about their deep-seated hate for President Obama. This also goes for their refusal to have the 1 percent ever having to pay for the damage caused to the country in their quest for more and more wealth. Truth be told most could not care less about the welfare of the country.

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THREE SURGERIES IN THREE MONTHS

“After I found out I tested positive, I had a lot of difficult decisions to make,” the 56-year-old Redmond resident said. Among those decisions was one to take preventative steps to ensure she wouldn’t get cancer later in life. Moon underwent surgery for a full hysterectomy to beat ovarian cancer. She also had a bilateral mastectomy to have both breasts removed in order to beat breast cancer. “I didn’t feel I had a choice,” she said. Moon said the decision to have both breasts removed was “really hard” as she strongly identifies with her body as a woman. After the procedure, Moon chose to also have reconstruction surgery — her third major surgery in the span of three months. “Feeling whole as a woman is critical to recovery and quality of life,” she said. It is so critical that Moon said federal law requires insurance companies that cover mastectomies also need to cover reconstruction surgery. Rather than get implants, Moon took a different route, having

fat removed from her buttocks and injected into her breasts.

A ONE-WOMAN SHOW

One of the ways Moon has dealt with the difficult year she has had has been through music. The songwriter and theater performer has written a one-woman show called “The Mutant Diaries: Unzipping My Genes,” which will be showing at 8 p.m. on Jan. 18-19, 2013 at the Valley Center Stage at 119 W. North Bend Way in North Bend. During the hour-long show, amidst nine songs with monologues in between, Moon shares with the audience the struggles, as well as the sillier moments she has experienced in the last year. “The songs are hilarious,” she said. “There’s always something to laugh about.” Tickets for the show are $12.50 for general admission and $10 for seniors. For more information, visit www.valleycenter stage.org.

PAYING IT FORWARD

Although writing “Mutant Diaries” has helped Moon personally deal with her situation, she hesitated when it came to performing the show on stage because she said didn’t want to become known as “mastectomy girl.” To help with her decision, Moon turned to the message boards on the

website for Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered (FORCE). FORCE is a national nonprofit organization devoted to support, education, advocacy, awareness and research specific to hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. Anna Kuwada, the outreach coordinator for the Seattle-area chapter of FORCE, has seen Moon’s show and said the other woman presents her story in a way that is relatable. Kuwada said “Mutant Diaries” is a mix of information about the BRCA gene, as well as Moon’s personal and emotional story. “We all kind of work through the decisions and the emotional baggage,” Kuwada said. “And this was the way (Moon) did it.” Kuwada added that FORCE wants to work with Moon to find a way to raise money for the local chapter through her show. When Moon posted her question about performing her show on stage, she received a lot of support from others. This support for her show, as well as the support she received when facing her surgeries, have really helped Moon get through everything and she wanted to do the same thing and show that her life “doesn’t stop because this happened.” “This is my chance to pay that (support) forward,” she said.

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Wednesday, Dec. 26 Threats: At 9:55 p.m., Redmond police arrested a subject in the 9800 block of Avondale Road on Education Hill for making threats to kill.

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reports of burglaries from Oct. 1 through Dec. 10 — 11 in October, 13 in November and eight through Dec. 10. “Unlike the vehicle prowls, these have occurred throughout the city with no real rhyme or reason as to location, however, all are during the day,” Bove said. “We have been averaging about eight per

month over the last year, so not a huge increase but an increase nonetheless.” Stolen items range from the usual computers, electronics, passports, cash, jewelry and other items that are easy to sell. Bove said entry points are usually through door kick-ins, window smashes to rear sliding glass doors and windows and window

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