SCHOOLS | Bellevue’s Spanish immersion school Puesta del Sol to begin Artist in Residence program 
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When light rail goes through your kitchen, you’re going to speak up Residents concerned Sound Transit will steamroll city, property owners BY CELINA KAREIVA BELLEVUE REPORTER
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Motorists warned of significant impacts to West Lake Sammamish Parkway Work on enhancements to West Lake Sammamish Parkway will cause significant impacts to motorists beginning March 19, according to a City of Bellevue announcement. On that date, the parkway will be closed to southbound traffic starting at Southeast 34th Street. A northbound lane will remain open, but significant delays are still likely. All businesses will remain open during construction. The roadway typically carries 11,000 drivers on an average weekday and the city is strongly advising motorists to find alternate routes to traveling on West Lake Sammamish Parkway between Interstate 90 and
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Southeast 34th Street. Delays of 15 minutes or more are possible through the construction zone. The parkway project will include safety enhancements for pedestrians, bicyclists and drivers by providing a multi-use trail along the west side of the arterial. The work also will restore the existing pavement while maintaining the distinct character of the area. The proposed construction plan breaks the roadway into five approximately mile-long segments. The first phase will take at least 10 months to complete. The city began construction of Phase 1 in early 2013. The scope of work includes the construction of a
10-foot wide multi-use path on the west side of the street, a four-foot shoulder on the east side, and two general-purpose travel lanes (one northbound and one southbound). Along with roadway improvements, the city will install new storm drains and replace existing water mains. The first type of work installs erosion control, builds retaining walls, and improves storm drains, water lines, and water service. Construction takes place between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. To expedite the work, two or three crews will be working at a time at different locations. Besides the contrac-
Susan Huenefeld wasn’t going to speak last Monday at a public hearing for land use code amendments concerning East Link’s future alignment in Bellevue. But when she saw a green line drawn through hers and her neighbor’s property in a slideshow visualization of screening on 112th, Huenefeld changed her mind. “That green line on the earlier slides, goes straight through my kitchen, living room and dining room,” said Huenefeld as the hearing drew to a close. “I didn’t buy my house over 18 years ago, to have the enormous douglas-fir torn down so that I could have a beautiful view of light rail, 10 feet from my house.” Last October, the council began a series of meetings to amend land use codes that didn’t anticipate East Link’s extension into Bellevue. The land use code “overlay” will inform future permit processes, development and design standards as the project moves forward. And for many residents of the Enatai and Surrey Downs neighborhoods, whose homes will be the most affected by the alignment, it’s a critical moment for property owners. “There’s no recourse for property owners in this LUC,” said Arjun Sirohi, Huenefeld’s neighbor along 112th Avenue Southeast. Both have long voiced their concern to Sound Transit and the city, most notably about the possibility of partial acquisition, which would allow ST to purchase all but a sliver of grass and the back deck in either yard. But now they’re worried the overlay will set an unfair precedent for Sound Transit, allowing them to steamroll the city and property owners on future occasions. “The debate is already done,” said Sirohi, who clarifies that he’s not trying to banish East Link from Bellevue. “They’ve decided on the alignment. Now it’s about the LUC, and what are the rights of the property owners.” Over the weekend, Huenefeld paused to lead a brief tour of the properties lining 112th, where East Link would construct a portion of its alignment. The exact details of construction won’t be determined until later this spring SEE LIGHT RAIL, 6
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The city has extended the deadline for residents who want to have a say on the 2013 annual community survey. This survey supplements the city’s statistically valid annual survey that closed on Feb 10. The annual community survey gives residents a chance to have a say on the city’s municipal services in 2012. It’s the first time Bellevue has offered all residents an opportunity to participate. The new deadline for the survey is Thursday, Feb. 28. To complete the survey, residents may go to http://ORCsurvey.com/ BellevueWebSurvey2013. Responses from volunteer survey participants will supplement the results of
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Time to vote for the ‘Best of Bellevue’ The vote for who or what is the “Best of Downtown Bellevue” kicked off this week as the Bellevue Downtown Association launched the 2013 Haute Picks contest. People will have through April 5 to vote online in 22 dining, retail, service and experience categories. For the past 10 years, the downtown association’s contest has honored businesses that deliver excellent customer service and create a sense of place for those who live, work, shop and play in Downtown Bellevue. This year, four new categories have been added to the this year’s contest: Best Breakfast/Brunch, Best Place to be Entertained, Best Place for Kids, and Best Place to be Pampered. Completing the contest survey in its
entirety gives voters the chance to win a Downtown Bellevue VIP Event Package, including two tickets to a headliner show at the Bellevue Jazz Festival, two entries to the inaugural Four on the 4th Dog Jog & Walk, two passes to the VIP seating area at the Symetra Bellevue Family 4th, four skating passes to the Chaplins Bellevue Volkswagen Ice Arena, and promotional offerings from various Downtown Bellevue restaurants. The online ballot will close at 5 p.m. on Friday, April 5, and only one ballot per person will be counted. Winners will be announced in the summer issue of Bellevue Downtown magazine and at the BDA Breakfast Meeting on Tuesday, April 23, 7:309:00 a.m. at the Bellevue Club. Voting takes place at www.bellevuedowntown.org and clicking on Vote Here
2013 Haute Picks. Here are the categories for the 2013 Haute Picks: Best Breakfast/Brunch Best Casual Business Meeting Spot Best Cocktail (Drink and Place) Best Coffee House Best Happy Hour Best Lunch Under $10 Best Place to Be Entertained Best Place for a First Date Best Place for a Haircut Best Place for Kids Best Place to Be Pampered
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The Bellevue Botanical Garden Society is looking for quality collector, antique and home décor donations for its Vintage Sale to be held April 4-7. All proceeds will benefit the “Growing a Living Legacy” campaign to fund an education center, visitor services building, more parking and a new garden area for the Bellevue Botanical Garden. And, as the garden is a non-profit, all items donated are tax-deductible. Early donations will help the small staff maximize their time more efficiently
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Time to talk about transportation taxes
he $10 billion transportation tax package rolled out Wednesday by House Democrats in Olympia certainly is an eye-opener. But it might just what the public needs to focus on how we move people and products in our state. The plan would boost taxes on gasoline by 10 cents a gallon and add a car-tab tax of 0.7 percent on the value of a vehicle. The plan also would put a $25 sales tax fee on bicycle worth $500 or more. All of this – plus how the money would be spent – will be one of the most debated issues of the legislative session. And, we suspect, around dinner tables and water coolers by everyone else. Credit 41st Legislative District Rep. Judy Clibborn, D-Mercer Island, with taking on this tough task. Her district includes half of Bellevue and we suspect she – like the rest of us – sees transportation woes on a daily basis. We won’t try to give a blessing or a curse to the proposal yet. Like you, we want to poke into the bill’s details first. But as more people move here and use our roads, and as those continue to deteriorate, it should be obvious that doing nothing isn’t an option. If you drive on I-405, you see that problem every day. The same is true if you’ve ever gotten bogged down in traffic trying to travel from our state to Oregon. Even Snoqualmie Pass is often overloaded. The bill doesn’t include money to complete the new Evergreen Point bridge. Maybe it should, but tolls – if expanded to I-90 – could take care of that funding issue. Any while no one likes tolls, you can make a good argument that in this instance they are a targeted user tax. Some already had cried that a 10-cent gasoline tax increase (2 cents a year for each of five years), would give our state the highest gas tax in the nation. That shouldn’t be the issue. Instead, we should concentrate on what we need to keep people moving on our roads and how do we pay for the needed costs. Let’s start talking. – Craig Groshart, Bellevue Reporter
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What to do on my summer vacation
t’s that time of year again. Festival season. In the last month, the lineups for nearly every major summer music festival has been released. And now it’s decision time. Coachella. Sasquatch! Primavera. Governor’s Ball. Bonnaroo. Firefly. Pickathon. What festival am I going to spend my money on? For the past two years, I went with what most music heads would call the “obvious choice”: Coachella. It’s the biggest, most varied lineup of the bunch (historically), and it helped that I had an Keegan Prosser aunt and uncle that lived right outside of the polo grounds (NOTE: showers and beds instead of camping? Yes please). Also, it’s pretty much guaranteed to be hot. But this year I am looking for something new. For the most part, the bulk of the lineups are comparable. Insert hot pop act, insert weird indie thing, insert hip hop game changer. Then there are the headliners. That’s where Coachella is lacking this year; for some reason, it just seems they missed the mark.
I-90 tolls will impact religious life Growing up Jewish on Mercer Island, I knew being part of a Jewish community was very important to me. There are two conservative synagogues in the Puget Sound area – one in Seattle and one on Mercer Island. There are two Jewish Community Centers (JCC) in the Puget Sound
This year, festival headliners include Phoenix (new album dropping soon), Mumford and Sons (Duh. They just won a Grammy) and the Red Hot Chili Peppers (safe, solid option). Totally awesome - but completely predictable. That’s why I’m flying the coop and checking out the Governor’s Ball festival in New York. Why? Because every single headliner for that fest has been pretty much MIA in the last year (Kanye West, Kings of Leon and Guns and Roses) - and that’s bound to provide for some excitement. Being the music brat I am, I understand not everyone can fly across the country to go hear a couple bands. That’s why us Washingtonians are super lucky. We have one of the best musical festivals, with one of the best lineups - in our own backyard. The Sasquatch! Music Festival at the Gorge in George. Sure, it’s a bit of a drive, but with headliners including locals Macklemore and Ryan Lewis and The Postal Service - in addition to a bunch of other awesome acts - it’s one you don’t want to miss. Oh, and Mumford will be there too.
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area – one in Seattle and one on Mercer Island. There are two large chain grocery stores with fresh Kosher meat in the Puget Sound area – one in Seattle and one on Mercer. Like so many others, I chose to live on the Eastside (in Bellevue along the I-90 corridor) specifically in order to have easy access to the center of Jewish life that exists on Mercer Island. Over the past 10 years, I have commuted to Mercer Island at least 10 times a week to get my children to and from childcare at the JCC. I have commuted to Mercer Island
at least eight times a week to get my children to and from Hebrew School at Herzl-Ner Tamid Conservative Congregation. I have commuted to Mercer Island at least an additional six times a week to attend services at Herzl-Ner Tamid, work out at the JCC, and buy Kosher food at the Albertsons on Mercer Island. Tolling I-90 could make being an active member of the Eastside Jewish Community cost prohibitive. It is incumbent upon the WSDOT to not restrict access to religious life.
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Boys, girls clubs get help from Lionfish Lionfish has selected the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue as its 2013 Impact Partner. BCGS will receive $250,000 in marketing support over the next 12 months. Club officials say the marketing support will help it do a better job of communicating the mission of the organization. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue have been serving kids and families for over 62 years and currently have 12 Clubhouses in Bellevue.
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Superior Court of Washington County of King In re: Harriete Nabulya Petitioner, and Arthur Jimenez Respondent. No. 12-3-08084-8SEA Summons by Publication (SMPB) To the Respondent: The petitioner has started an action in the above court requesting: a leal seperation. The petition also requests that the court grant the following relief: Approve a separation agreement. You must respond to this summons by serving a copy of your written response on the person signing this summons and by filing the original with the clerk of the court. If you do not serve your written response within 60 days after the date of the first publication of this summons (60 days after the 18th day of January, 2013), the court may enter an order of default against you, and the court may, without further notice to you, enter a decree and approve or provide for other relief requested in this summons. In the case of a dissolution, the court will not enter the final decree until at least 90 days after service and filing. If you serve a notice of appearance on the undersigned person, you are entitled to notice before an order of default or a decree may be entered. If you wish to seek the advice of an attorney in this matter you should do so promptly so that your written response, if any, may be served on time. One method of serving a copy of your response on the petitioner is to send it by certified mail with return receipt requested. This summons is issued pursuant to RCW 4.28.100 and Superior Court Civil Rule 4.1 of the State of Washington. Dated: December 12, 2012 Petitioner: Harriete Nabulya File Original of your Response with the Clerk of the Court at: King County Court 516 3rd Ave Seattle WA Serve a Copy of your Response on: Petitioner Harriete Nabulya 14725 NE 32nd ST B208 Bellevue, WA 98007 Published in Bellevue Reporter on January 18, 25, 2013, February 1, 8, 15, 22, 2013. #729847.
Puget Sound Energy (PSE), 10885 NE 4th St. Bellevue, WA, is seeking coverage under the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit. The proposed project, Coal Creek Replacement Project is located where Coal Creek and Coal Creek Parkway intersect in the City of Bellevue. The City’s project involves replacing an existing 9-foot culvert with a 39-foot wide bottomless culvert. PSE will be required to disconnect then reconnect its nearby natural gas main prior to the City’s project start and then after the culvert work completion. Stormwater could be discharged to Coal Creek. 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 173201A-320. Comments can be submitted to: Department of Ecology Attn: Water Quality Program, Construction Stormwater P.O. Box 47696, Olympia, WA 98504-7696 Published in Bellevue Reporter on February 22, 2013 and March 1, 2013. #742768. Superior Court of Washington County of King In re: Stephanie Anne Till Petitioner, and Travis Nathan Till Respondent. No. 13-3-00666-2SEA Summons by Publication To the Respondent: The petitioner has started an action in the above court requesting: that your marriage or domestic partnership be dissolved. The petition also requests that the court grant the following relief: Provide reasonable maintenance for the petitioner. Approve a parenting plan or residential schedule for the dependent children. Determine sup-
port for the dependent children pursuant to the Washington State child support statutes. Enter a continuing restraining order. Award the tax exemptions for the dependent children as follows: To Petitioner. You must respond to this summons by serving a copy of your written response on the person signing this summons and by filing the original with the clerk of the court. If you do not serve your written response within 60 days after the date of the first publication of this summons (60 days after the 8th day of February, 2013), the court may enter an order of default against you, and the court may, without further notice to you, enter a decree and approve or provide for other relief requested in this summons. In the case of a dissolution, the court will not enter the final decree until at least 90 days after service and filing. If you serve a notice of appearance on the undersigned person, you are entitled to notice before an order of default or a decree may be entered. Your written response to the summons and petition must be on form: WPF DR 01.0300, Response to Petition (Marriage). Information about how to get this form may be obtained by contacting the clerk of the cout, by contacting the Administrative Office of the courts at (360) 705-5328, or from the Internet at the Washington State Courts homepage: http://www.courts. wa.gov/forms If you wish to seek the advice of an attorney in this matter you should do so promptly so that your written response, if any, may be served on time. One method of serving a copy of your response on the petitioner is to send it by certified mail with return receipt requested. This summons is issued pursuant to RCW 4.28.100 and Superior Court Civil Rule 4.1 of the State of Washington. Dated: January 25, 2013 Petitioner: Stephanie Anne Till. File Original of your Response with the Clerk of the Court at: King County Court 516 3rd Ave., Rm E609 Seattle WA 98104-2386 Serve a Copy of your Response on: Petitioner Stephanie Anne Till 12218 NE 110th Ln, #J69 Kirkland, WA 98033
Published in Bellevue Reporter on February 8, 15, 22, 2013 and March 1, 8, 15, 2013. #739106. Bellevue College, 3000 Landerholm Circle SE, Bellevue, WA 98007, is seeking coverage under the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Construction Stormwater NPDES and State Waste Discharge General Permit. The proposed project, Bellevue College Health Science Building “T”, is located at Bellevue College on the south side of Landerholm Circle SE in Bellevue, in King County. This project involves 2.05 acres of soil disturbance for commercial construction activities. Stormwater will be discharged to an unnamed tributary of Richards Creek via the City of Bellevue stormwater conveyance system. 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 173201A-320. Comments can be submitted to: Department of Ecology Attn: Water Quality Program, Construction Stormwater P.O. Box 47696, Olympia, WA 98504-7696 Published in Bellevue Reporter on February 15, 2013 and February 22, 2013. #741515.
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Conversation helps brew a long tradition BY KEEGAN PROSSER BELLEVUE REPORTER
“This group is special.” That seems to be the general consensus about the “Hyak Coffee Club” – a group of women hailing from the Kelsey Creek neighborhood, who meet for coffee and good conversation on the third Wednesday of every month. Started by Jo Bourgoin, nearly 45 years ago, the original intent of the gathering was to connect with neighbors and talk gardening. Each month, Bourgoin would run through a list of approximately 30 women, call them and set up a meeting. When word of her hospitality and kind nature spread, the group began to grow. “I hosted 14 or 15 people in my living room – until I ran out of cups,” Bourgoin said. When the group outgrew Bourgoin’s living room, others within the neighborhood began to host. And throughout the years, the numbers have stayed about the same. “There are usually a dozen women.” said Jeri Albertini, who’s been attending the gathering for five years. Two years ago, the group decided to start meeting at Let’s Do Lunch, off 130th in Bellevue. “Now none of us has to play hostess,” says Pearl Nardella, whose been attending the gathering since 1986. The rules for the gatherings are simple: no politics, no religion, no gossip. And despite the limitations, conversations abound: family updates, real estate, the safety of the neighborhood and the status of Kelsey Creek Park are just the tip of the iceberg
when it comes to these ladies. The longevity of the group is another impressive feat, something Albertini attributes to the fact that they genuinely all want to be there. “We all get along,” she said. So well, in fact, that a number of women who have since moved away from the neighborhood continue to return. That’s the case for Joyce Vodal, who now lives in Jo Bourgoin (left) and Jeri Albertini catch up during this month’s Edmonds, but continues gathering at Let’s Do Lunch in Bellevue. KEEGAN PROSSER, Bellevue Reporter to make the trip each month to connect with while],” Bourgoin said. her friends. While the gathering never has a spe“It’s a good way to stay in touch,” Vodal cific agenda, an exception was made this said. Wednesday, when the group took a moment Tamar White has also had a long history to recognize Bourgoin, the woman who with the group, having started attending started it all. with her mother years ago. “Jo turns 90 next month,” Albertini said, “She liked to come to this, so I would presenting the founder with flowers and a bring her,” White said. card. “And we won’t meet again before it.” Now an employee at the Kelsey Creek Hugs were given, songs were sung and Farm, White continues to attend because it the chatter continued. A few minutes later, keeps her in touch with her community. “I think it’s really important for neighbors amongst empty coffee cups and half eaten scones, Nardella asked the group to pause; to connect.” Bourgoin had something to say. Up until a few years ago, Bourgoin was “This has been a wonderful day,” Bourthe one doing all the calling, though Albergoin said. “I’m looking forward to next tini has since taken over the duties. Even so, year!” Bourgoin continues to attend – when she’s feeling up to it. Keegan Prosser: 452-453-4602 “I like seeing people I haven’t seen [in a firstname.lastname@example.org
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when savings estimates come in. But Huenefeld is also wary of the environmental complications of building the alignment along a wetland sensitive area, just north of Mercer Slough Nature Park, itself briefly considered for light rail. She points to a puddle at the back of her property, standing water she says is there almost year-round after the sidewalk was built. When 112th was constructed, some neighbors remember one of the construction vehicles disappearing in the middle of the night as it sunk into the marshy terrain. In fact, says Huenefeld, when repaired, the road had to eventually be constructed on Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) panels, to counteract poor soil conditions. Don Billen, East Link deputy project director says he hears resident concerns, but that Sound Transit meets federal standards for noise mitigation and environmental protection. The question now, is whether Bellevue councilmembers think they need to go above and beyond federal and state requirements. At the end of March, Sound Transit will publish an addendum to the environmental review that addresses alignment changes considered during the cost savings process, such as those along 112th. Places along 112th could need ground improvements, says Billen. In locations where the soil isn’t firm enough to support the weight of the light rail system, columns may be inserted into the ground, stretching down to harder soil. The City Council met again Tuesday, Feb. 19 to discuss topics that came up during the public hearing. Discussions of setback and buffering were revisited. The council plans to vote on the overlay next Monday.
Stan Parente Salons doing well since coming to Bellevue
t’s been two years since Stan Parente of Stan Parente Salons decided to expand into the Bellevue City Center. As he assesses the progress over the past two years, Stan is happy but wants more. Before opening in Bellevue, he had considered many other locations the first being Seattle. Stan started his career in Seattle and has always had a desire to go back. But, with the state of the economy hitting the city fairly hard, Bellevue became a better option. Stan’s only hesitation was whether Bellevue would embrace his salon’s style. He says, “Typically, high-end salons tend to have a snobby setting and are trying too hard to be cool!” He adds, “At Stan Parente Salons, the environment is exactly the opposite.” He likes a fun, comfortable, and easy-going atmosphere. Stan’s flagship location, Salon Parente in Federal Way, and his second adventure, Stan Parente Salon - Maple Valley, prove his methods are successful. For many years, clients of both locations have loved to be part of the fun. Most of the salon’s clients build life-long relationships with their stylist. Stan has come to the conclusion that Bellevue and the city’s wonderful people are no different. After finding a salon to makeover, he made some slight changes in staffing and added some new faces to the mix.
Stan then implemented a very structured training program, which he feels is the most important element of success. He has also cultivated a strong relationship with Oribe, Bumble and Bumble, and Wella. With Stan’s own education program, combined with both the national and international training that all three companies provide, the stylists at Stan Parente Salons have access to a complete and thorough training experience. Oribe, Bumble and Bumble, and Wella also provide events that inspire the stylist. For instance, Sephora and Bumble and Bumble are putting on an event on March 10th for Sephora’s Gold members. The Bellevue salon will host this event, with stylists from all three locations. The stylists will give these clients lessons on all of Bumble and Bumble’s products, teaching them how to use them to the best of their potential. Stan is also very excited about the launch of the Man Cave at the Bellevue location. The Man Cave is a just-for-men space, equipped with two talented stylists, Quinn and Parker, who have devoted their careers to men’s styling. Stan has also added a new skin care room, staffed by one of the best estheticians from the Maple Valley location. Stan says, “Marcie is amazing. With her already long list
of clients, you better get an appointment with her now because it won’t be long before it will be pretty difficult to get in with her.” With all of the amazing changes that have occurred within Stan Parente Salon - Bellevue and the amazing growth of the brand, Stan wants to make it very clear that the best is yet to come. Stay tuned for the latest and greatest to come out of Stan Parente Salons! Services Haircuts Color Foil/Ombre/Balayage Perm Brazilian Blowout/ Keratin Extensions and Hair Pieces for men and women Spa Services Facials Microdermabrasion Chemical Peels Lash Extensions Waxing
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Rob McKenna joins technology focused law firm Zuklie, chair-elect of Orrick. “This is an area of significant focus for Orrick’s technology and other clients.” McKenna’s legislative agenda included a number of initiatives focused on privacy and data security, including passage of one of the nation’s first anti-spyware laws, as well as measures to prevent identity theft. “Upon deciding to return to private practice, I looked for a firm grounded in Washington state that offered a top-tier national and international platform and a client roster of leading technology and consumer product companies,” McKenna said. “I look forward to collaborating with Orrick’s accomplished litigation, corporate and public policy lawyers in Seattle and worldwide on cutting-edge legal issues for our clients.” Prior to serving as Washington Attorney General, McKenna served on the King County Council and was an attorney at Perkins Coie. He earned his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School in 1988, where he was a member of the Law Review.
Comcast to open XFINITY store in Factoria Comcast will unveil its new XFINITY Store in Factoria on Saturday that will serve Bellevue and surrounding areas. The new store is the first of its kind on the Eastside. Brock Huard, ESPN Football Analyst, ESPN 710 AM radio host and former University of Washington and Seattle Seahawks quarterback, will greet fans, sign pictures and pose for photographs from 1-3 p.m. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will include a $2,500 donation to Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission
to support its computer learning center. The organization is one of the charities that Huard supports. Comcast officials said the new store will provide customers with a place where they can explore, connect with and experience Comcast’s XFINITY products and services. The 3000-square-foot store creates eight new jobs and will be open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m and Sunday Noon to 4 p.m. It is located at 3630 Factoria Blvd. SE.
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Maggie Vergien, manager of LifeSpring’s Thrift Shop, opens the door to the renovated facility. Vergien is a full-time volunteer with LifeSpring. COURTESY PHOTO
LifeSpring thrift shop reopens Bellevue LifeSpring has reopened its Thrift Shop at 167 Bellevue Square. The shop, closed since September 2012 for renovations and repairs from water damage, re-opened on Feb. 14. The reopening celebration will continue through the end of February with drawings for a variety of discount coupons. The shop provides quality new and gently used clothing and merchandise and has been in operation in Bellevue for over 50 years. Its home in Bellevue Square is made possible by Kemper Freeman and The Bellevue Collection who only charge the organization $1 per year in rent. The shop also provides job interview and work clothing, cold weather gear, household goods and other basic needs items for free to community members in need through the Bellevue LifeSpring thrift shop program. The thrift shop is open Monday through Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sundays. Donations are always welcomed. For information on items accepted for donation, or to volunteer at the shop, call 425-4546424 or visit BellevueLifeSpring.org.
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Kip Durrell and Jeff Jochums have joined CBRE as Senior Vice Presidents along with teammates Justin Johnson as a Senior Associate and Ashleigh Sundet as an Associate. The Kip Durrell four-person team will be based in the Bellevue office. Both Durrell and Jochums have been consistent Top 5 producers during their seven-year stint at Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce. Justin Johnson Johnson and Sundet were a part of the tenant representation team at Cushman & Wakefield | Commerce.
Two elected to Realtors’ board Rachel Adler, of John L. Scott Real Estate - Bellevue Main has been elected a director at large for the Seattle King County Realtors. In addition, Brent Miller, of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Bellevue, has been elected an affiliate director. Two other members will serve the second year of their terms. They are Kreg Kendall, Windermere Real Estate/ Bellevue Commons Inc.; and Georgia Wall, John L. Scott Real Estate - Bellevue Main.
Keele joins Guidant Heidi Keele has joined Guidant Financial as VP of Marketing. Keele most recently ran Peridime, a Seattle-based marketing consultancy. In her new position, Keele will better educate consumers of the opportunity self-directed IRAs, rollovers for business start-ups (ROBS) and traditional financing options present to investors and entrepreneurs.
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Connections for yesterday , today , and tomorrow. A warm thank you to all those who supported the 6th Annual Eastside Heritage Center Benefit Dinner on February 7, 2013 at the Meydenbauer Center. Your generosity raised over $42,000 towards the stewardship of Eastside history.
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Rob McKenna, former Attorney General of the state of Washington, has joined Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP as a partner and co-chair of Orrick’s Public Policy Group. McKenna, a Bellevue resident, will be based in Orrick’s Seattle office. Orrick is one of the leading U.S. law firms representing Rob McKenna technology, financial services, energy and consumer products companies. McKenna served as President of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) where he led coordinated efforts to address data protection, privacy, cybersecurity and intellectual property theft issues, among other initiatives. “As Washington Attorney General, Rob has been a national leader in the development of data protection and privacy regulation that promotes innovation while protecting consumers,” said Mitch
 February 22, 2013
Why West is best for business A
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BUSINESS VIEWPOINT for locating in the Seattle area was the spectacular outdoor quality of life. And companies like ours continue to move here – growth in healthcare, high-tech, finance industries is outpacing other parts of the country. Our team can tackle Mount Si or ride the
This 33-lap swim started at a Swedish shoulder pain seminar. Shoulders are rather indispensable. And it’s amazing the things you can do with them when they don’t hurt all the time. If you’ve put part of your life on hold because of shoulder pain, then come to a free seminar at Swedish — the place that does hundreds of shoulder surgeries every year. An expert surgeon will answer all your questions about shoulder replacement, non-surgical options, and other sport-related injuries. So take the plunge. Our seminars take just two hours, and the rest of your active life is waiting.
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trails at Tiger Mountain after work and backpack in the Cascades on the weekends. We can recruit and retain talented employees by highlighting these incredible recreational opportunities, which offer an outlet for relaxation and inspiration. We want our employees to be happy at work, but also happy in the place where they live, a place where they enjoy their lifestyles. Close-to-home access to the outdoors doesn’t only help us attract and retain the most talented employees. I believe it helps our team stay passionate, committed and creative. A Rich Stillman recent cover story in Outside Magazine points to increasing scientific data about the benefits of the outdoors to reducing stress and boosting creativity. It can give a company like ours a competitive advantage. Economists say that competitive advantage is real – and they see it in communities across the West. A new report, West is Best by the nonprofit economic research group Headwaters Economics, says that the western United States is outperforming the rest of the country in job creation, personal income, and population growth, and that protected lands – like national parks, monuments, and wilderness – are providing western states with a competitive economic advantage that helps create more jobs. Specifically:
From 1970 to 2010, the West’s employment grew by 152 percent compared to 78 percent for the rest of the country. This job growth was almost entirely in services industries such as healthcare, real estate, high-tech, and finance and insurance, which created 19.3 million net new jobs, . Rural western counties with more than 30 percent of their land base in federal protected status (such as national parks, monuments or wilderness) increased jobs by 345 percent over the last 40 years. Similar counties with no protected federal public lands increased employment by only 83 percent. Maintaining this competitive advantage requires balancing development of our public lands with protections for the places our communities care about — those irreplaceable landscapes that local sportsmen, skiers, climbers, hikers, and even us techies count on for our way of life. The logical conclusion is continued support of programs like the Land and Water Conservation Fund, the nation’s premier funding source to protect our outdoors and provide public access to the outdoors. Dealing responsibly with the federal government’s deficit problems requires identifying and prioritizing what our nation needs most to compete in the world today and continue to support companies like mine that rely on a skilled and balanced workforce. Congress and the White House should keep America’s parks and public lands on the priority list. Rich Stillman is CEO of Tecplot, Inc. in Bellevue, a company that produces visualization software for engineers and scientists.
A thought for the penny
still remember it. It was a time when – at least to people like my great-uncle – a penny meant something. In 1913, according to Time magazine, a penny had nearly 25 times the purchasing power it has today. But now it costs more than two cents to produce a penny. I was never much good at math, but that sounds like a bad deal – as if a penny saved is a deficit earned. Earlier this month, Canada stopped circulating pennies – and there are some who think the U.S. should too. My grandma would have said, “If Canada jumps off a cliff, should the U.S.?” tanding at the supermarket checkout stand, my When I was a kid, there were actually things you great-uncle noticed that his tab had come to could buy for a penny – specifically bubble gum. My $19.99. He handed over a twenty-dollar bill – the friends and I used to stop often at a small grocery store cash register opened and closed – and in our neighborhood for that very reason. then the female clerk just stood and But the guy who owned the place hated kids – and looked at him. resented us coming in to buy single pieces of Bazooka. “Will there be anything else?” she So he began wrapping the gum – five pieces at a time finally said. – in scotch tape, so we’d have to pay a minimum of five “Yes,” Great-uncle replied. “I believe cents for gum. He broke us. Look up the word “evil” in I have some change coming.” The clerk, with eyes rolling like a pair my dictionary, and you’ll see the guy’s picture. Things these days aren’t much better for the nickel, of marbles, opened the register and which now costs 10 cents to make. Anybody ever notice produced a penny – which she deposPat Cashman We can help you.that Consult with us. the nickel is twice as big as the dime? Could that ited into my great-uncle’s timeworn, possibly be the reason? outstretched hand. He smiled and said, “Thank you.” Need a business loan? That incident happened perhaps 50 years ago, but I We can help you. Consult with us.
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February 22, 2013  The US used to have a $100,000 bill, but stopped printing it since it was so hard to break one at Quizno’s. If the US eventually eliminates the penny, what are we going to insert into penny loafers? What’s to become of all those penny slot machines at the Tulalip? What are we going to use as makeshift screwdrivers? What will we use in the garden as cheap slug repellants? (Pennies supposedly give slugs a tiny electric shock.) How much will we have to pay for someone’s thoughts? Seems like a nickel ought to get you five of them – but I know people with only four thoughts, max. Every time it rains, what will it rain from Heaven? And what will kids have to place onto railroad tracks for the purposes of flattening? I don’t have the answers to any of those questions. And even if I did, my opinion wouldn’t be worth a red quarter. Pat Cashman can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. He also can be found at his podcast at peculiarpodcast. com.
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Around Town What’s happening in Bellevue and elsewhere
Neighborhood leaders to gather Bellevue neighborhood leaders have been invited to meet with Mike McCormick Huentelman, the city’s new neighborhood outreach manager, Tuesday at City Hall. The meeting, from 5:30-7 p.m., will be the first of two this year to learn about Neighborhood Outreach programs and classes, and have a chance to share their priorities for their neighborhoods for the coming year. Bellevue City Hall is located at 450 NE Fourth St.
Hopelink gets delivery truck The Davis Fund has donated a commercial delivery truck to Hopelink to serve the agency’s five food banks in Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, Sno-Valley (Carnation) and Shoreline. The new truck is expected to help Hopelink create a long-term supply solution for Seattle area food banks, according to Andrew Davis, manager of the Davis Foundation.
Author to keynote KIOTH event Author Dr. Joseph Castleberry will be the keynote speaker at the 4th Annual Fighting
Homelessness luncheon Friday, March 8, at The Westin Bellevue. Castleberry, author of “Your Deepest Dream,” is president of Kirkland’s Northwest University. The event is free with a requested minimum donation or pledge of $150 to go directly to fund KITH housing and supportive services. Space is limited. To register or learn more about the luncheon, visit kithcares.org.
Kiwanis set food drive Kiwanis members will pass out food donation bags on Saturday, March 30 for its Spring 2013 Kiwanis Food Drive. The club will pick up donations on Saturday, April 6. The food drive will benefit Hopelink of Bellevue, and will be distributed low income families and individuals living on the Eastside. Hopelink will accept food for donations up to one year past the expiration date.
Actress to speak at YWCA lunch The YWCA Eastside Inspire Luncheon on Thursday, March 21 will feature actress and humanitarian America Ferrera. The event takes place from Noon to 1:30 p.m. at Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue. Fererra is best known for her lead role in the television series Ugly Betty A donation of $150 or more is requested at the luncheon to benefit the efforts of the YWCA Seattle-King-Snohomish to advance the lives of women and families. For information or to register, go to ywcaworks.org or call 206-490-4378.
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Bellevue’s Villani takes title at Mat Classic BY JOSH SUMAN BELLEVUE REPORTER
Another state title trophy is back on Wolverine Way, this one for the first time in 36 years. Bellevue’s Christian Villani stormed through the 132 pound bracket at Mat Classic XXV in the Tacoma Dome, capping the performance with a dominating 14-0 technical fall victory over Tyler Wicken of Kelso in the finals. Villani, only a sophomore, pinned Mount Spokane’s Richie Bondurant in the first round before taking out Decatur’s Isiah Diggs 6-1 in what would be his closest match of the tournament. He opened Saturday with a 15-0 technical fall win over Kamiakin’s Harley Kolp before dispatching Wicken in the finals to bring home Bellevue’s first wrestling state championship since Ted Cheng in the 1977-78 season. Villani took an injury defeat in the final match at the Regional meet after winning his first two matches by pin and was also the KingCo champion in his weight class. Cutter Podoll dropped both of his matches at 152 pounds for Bellevue, as did Jamey Mange at 170 and Dean Jones at 285. Behind Villani’s title, Bellevue finished 25th in the team scoring with 26.5 points,
PAST STATE CHAMPS Roy Brewster - 106 pounds, 1963 Class 4A state champ* Bill Strickland - Unlimited, 1963 Class 4A state champ* Ted Cheng - 122 pounds, 1978 Class 4A state champ *Team also won state championship
the best finish for a KingCo school in the 3A tournament and just in front of Mercer Island. University took the team scoring title just in front of Decatur. Daniel Montoya made the field at 138 pounds for Interlake, losing his first match before winning a 4-3 decision and another by a score of 5-1. A 10-5 decision sent the Saints’ senior to the seventh-place match, where he fell in a 15-7 decision to Dylan Read of Bainbridge Island. Newport junior David Yingling lost both of his matches at 106 pounds in the
Bellevue’s Christian Villani won the school’s first state championship in wrestling since 1977-78 at Mat Classic XXV on Saturday. COURTESY PHOTO, Kristin Mange 4A bracket, both by decision. Teammate Austin Curtis won his first match of the tournament over KJ Skannal with a third round pin before dropping two straight decision, the second a 7-5 overtime defeat to Battleground’s Tyler Dady. Perennial power Lake Stevens won the 4A team scoring going away in front of second place finisher Tahoma. Nine 4A KingCo teams took at least one wrestler to
the tournament. Sammamish junior Rathana Duong lost both of his matches at 120 pounds in the 2A meet for the Totems. Othello took the team scoring title in front of Deer Park and Orting. Tate Razor finished the 1A meet with a 1-2 record at 185 pounds for Bellevue Christian. Granger took the Class 1A team scoring championship.
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Newport boys play on, girls bounced in hoops “They are a very good team and have proven they can win,” Haizlip said. “From here on out, every team is good and you’re going to get the best.” Also conference champs, the Wildcats are paced by senior guard J.J. Jahr, who scored 18 points in the district title game win. For Newport’s seniors, the home court win not only offered an encore of Senior Night, but an opportunity to finally bury the memories of the 2010-11 season, when that group was sophomores and exited the postseason in the same pigtail game they won on Tuesday. “I’m so happy for this group,” Haizlip said. “It’s a very special group and I love these guys to death. But they are not satisfied.” Lake Stevens spoiled the party for the Newport girls, leaving with a 48-43 win behind a game-high 22 points from Brooke Pahukoa. The loss ends the season for the Knights.
Daniel Prang swims in the 20 free relay for Bellevue. JOSH SUMAN, Bellevue Reporter
Bellevue boys finish third in pool at state BY JOSH SUMAN BELLEVUE REPORTER
Todd McCarthy earned an All-American Consideration time of one minute, 41.02 seconds in the 200 freestyle to win the state championship in the event. Teammate Daniel Prang was second in the B final in 1:48.49. McCarthy also earned an All-American time in the 100 back, finishing in second place in that event as well. Bellevue’s team of Michael Stanchi, Morgan Ciliv, James Doucette and Matt Williams finished just hundredths of a second off the pace in the 200 medley relay in one minute, 36.62 seconds. Morgan finished third in the finals of the 100 breast
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For the first time since 2002, the Newport boys basketball team is among the state’s final 16 teams. The Knights beat Mount Vernon 66-55 on Tuesday in a pigtail game to earn the final regional round spot and set a Saturday date with Eastmont at Wenatchee High School. Will Ferris paced coach Steve Haizlip’s squad with 19 points and the Knights also got 17 from Isaac Dotson, 15 from Miles Fowler and 11 more from Jason Lock. Haizlip said his team’s ability to persevere through a rash of injuries has been indicative of the group’s desire. “A lot of teams might start pointing fingers or blaming the fact we haven’t been healthy,” he said. “They just stuck together.” The win for the boys team sends Newport to the regional round of the state tournament, where they will face an Eastmont squad that defeated rival Wenatchee in its district title game.
and won the B final in the 200 IM in 1:58.11 and Williams was only one-tenth of a second from a state title in the 50 free, finishing second just behind O’Dea’s Grant Neil. George French was fifth in the B final. Williams also swam in the finals of the 100 free, finishing fourth. Doucette finished in eighth in the 100 fly and Stanchi was second in the 500 free in an All-American Consideration time of 4:43.96. French, Prang, Doucette and McCarthy finished sixth in the 200 free relay. The Wolverines ended the meet with another second place relay finish, earning an All-American time of 3:09.64 in the 400 free relay, just behind Mercer Island. Bellevue finished third in the team scoring, behind the Islanders and defending 3A champion Lakeside. Newport’s Dave Makhervaks, George Done, Ian Weiss and Matthew Patterson were second in the B final. Benton Allen finished fourth in the 200 free in 1:45.11, more than a second faster than his preliminary time. Makhervaks earned his best finish of the day in the 100 back, where he was fourth in a time of 53.25. He and Andrew Pana both swam the B final of the 200 IM for the Knights. Newport had three make the A final in the 500 free, with Benton Allen finishing fifth, just in front of Aaron Elhajj. Pana was eighth in the event. Allen, Patterson, Weiss and Elhajj teamed to finish fifth in the 200 free relay. Interlake was back at the 3A state meet for the first time since 2007-08 after spending the past four years in Class 2A. Michael Lorr was fourth in the B final of the 50 free and teamed with Albert Furlong, Alex Lorenz and Jeffrey Li in the 200 medley relay, where the Saints finished fourth. Furlong made the B final in the 100 back and Li did the same in the 100 breast. Austin Rockwell, Noah Davis, Michael Lorr and his brother Joe won the B final of the 400 free relay to help Interlake to a 19th place team finish. Jacob Tower was fifth in the 50 free for Sammamish at the 2A meet and Conrad Karwal earned a fourth place finish in the 100 fly and was sixth in the 100 back. Tyler Spencer was second in the B final of the 100 free and also swam in the 500 free.
 February 22, 2013
The perfect gift: It’s your choice
hat do you buy for the birthday honoree who asks for gifts that cost less than $5? When this request arrived via email I ignored it. It sounded too much like the rule of the annual Christmas gag gift party my husband and I go to, except that gift, as well as being cheap, must also be horrid. Most of us would find the under-$5 request challenging to fulfill. Perhaps a loaf of bread, or this month, a gallon of gas. However, our creative host for this particular birthday party scrounged around in her basement and found not one, but three gifts. Later, she took us Ann Oxrieder on a tour of said basement, so we could put in our requests for our own future, previously-owned birthday presents. Choosing one’s own gifts — whether in a store or someone’s basement — has always seemed the sensible thing to do for the obvious reason that you get what you want. Even
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more important, it spares you that uncomfortable moment when you are looking at something you would never choose for yourself and the gift-giver is searching your face for the joyful expression that is not appearing nearly fast enough. In her hilarious poem, “Gifts that keep on giving,” Marge Piercy catalogs undesirable gifts (and given the size of the list she must have had many bad experiences in gift receiving), starting with the most common unwelcome Christmas offering – fruitcake. She goes on to describe majolica vases “in the shape of wheezing frogs,” “gloves to fit three-toed sloths,” “mufflers of screaming plaid acrylic,” and many more. These days most of us have too much stuff, so buying adults gifts other than the disposable kind (as in, those disposed of by eating) just seems wrong. But opening our closets, drawers and bookshelves to friends and sharing something of ours with them, might be a satisfying way to create enough space in the basement or garage. This allows us to reposition something from the house to one of those sites. Of course we all have treasures that we aren’t ready to part with. In my case, the shelf of gag gifts we’re saving until December is definitely off-limits.
More than 150 of King and Snohomish counties’ brightest and most inventive high school students will compete March 9 in Bellevue College’s 4th annual Central Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair (CSRSEF). The participants have spent months conducting independent research, either individually or in teams, in one of 17 science, math and engineering categories. Projects will be evaluated for creativity, depth of content, thoroughness, clarity and other criteria by local science and engineering professionals. The registration deadline for participants is Feb. 27. The public is invited to view the projects and submit their votes for the “People’s Choice Award” from 1 to 3 p.m. on March 9 in Bellevue College’s gymnasium. Additionally, those who attend can see several science and engineering demonstrations on topics such as computer science, chemistry, physics, entomology, and more. The grand prize winners, as well as winners in additional categories, will be announced at the awards ceremony at 3 p.m. Students involved in the top two projects will win all-expense-paid trips to represent the central Puget Sound region at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix, Ariz., May 13-17, which draws over 1,500 high school students from 40 countries. Last year’s first runners-up, Caroline Shouraboura and Shanthi Shanmugam from Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart in Bellevue, went on to win a fourth place Grand Award in the Mathematics category and several special awards at the 2012 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for their project, “Optimal Allocation of Global Constrained Resources Using the Hyperbolic Voronoi Diagram.” Bellevue College’s main campus is located at 3000 Landerholm Circle SE.
Ann Oxrieder has lived in Bellevue for 35 years. She retired after 25 years as an administrator in the Bellevue School District and now blogs about retirement at http:// stillalife.wordpress.com/.
Meydenbauer Bay pipeline project to begin this summer BY CELINA KAREIVA BELLEVUE REPORTER
As part of an ongoing pipeline replacement by Bellevue Utilities, the city has issued permits for 1,250 lineal feet in Meydenbauer Bay. The project is expected to begin this summer, but has received extra attention because the line is partially located underwa-
ter, in a corner of Lake Washington that has a fragile ecosystem. Built nearly 60 years ago, the pipeline has since deteriorated. Because of the location of the pipeline, environmental concerns will be taken into consideration. Construction will take place during the “fish window,” said Jay Hummel of the City of Bellevue,
from mid-July through the end of December, to minimize its impacts on species, including Puget Sound Chinook Salmon, Puget Sound steelhead and bull trout. Once complete, the replacement line in Lake Washington will be covered with gravel appropriate for salmon spawning.
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Lessons learned through art Bellevue school to begin ‘Artist in Residence’ program
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Artist shares new coffee table book Members of “Hijos de Agüeybaná” perform. Courtesy photo semble, Agüeybaná, Angel has recorded several Bomba albums and continues to teach dance and music. Otoquí’s first professional experience with Bomba music came very early in his life, with his father’s ensemble. Currently, Otoquí teaches Bomba music and performance in various cities in Puerto Rico and is the founding and creative director of his own group, “Hijos de Agüeybaná,” an innovative effort that seeks to retain traditional song and dance and project it internationally. For the artist in resident program, the Reyes will work together with Puesta teachers Ricardo Güity Blanco and Dr. Sharon Cronin, to lead students in an ethnomusicological discovery of AfroCaribbean rhythms and their influence on contemporary culture. While the
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There’s a lot to be said about learning by example. At least that’s what the parents and educators at Puesta del Sol believe. That’s why, during the first three weeks of March, the Bellevue-based Spanish immersion school will welcome well-known Puerto Rican musician and educator Angel “Balancé” Reyes and his son, Otoquí Reyes, as part of their new Artist in Residence program. The idea of bringing professionals into the school is not a new one, said María Feliciano, who is a parent coordinator on the Spanish Immersion through the Arts committee. In fact, the school has been bringing artists - of all mediums - in to the classroom, for the past three years. “Every year, we [bring in] between two and three artists,” said Feliciano about the PTA-sponsored committee. However, the Artists in Residence program will allow the artists to spend an extended amount of time with the students. The idea to bring Angel and Otoquí Reyes to the school came about after a number of teachers and parents on the committee were introduced to Angel during a short educational trip last year. “Some of the teachers went to his classes and thought he would be perfect,” Feliciano said. Angel is a multifaceted artist, drawing connections between traditional Bomba drumming and his early training in other percussion instruments. In addition to traveling the world with his en-
Movie-goers could order a tub of popcorn, a giant pretzel and a cold beer if legislation under consideration is approved by the Legislature. House Bill 1001 may help independent, locally owned theaters compete with large chain multiplexes, supporters say. Rep. Jim Moeller (D-49th District, Vancouver), who introduced the bill, stated this intent at a public hearing before the House Government Accountability and Oversight Committee on Jan. 17 “This bill is about small theaters,” he said. “It’s about historic theaters like the Kiggins in my hometown.” Dan Wyatt Jr., who, along with his father, owns the Kiggins Theatre, said during the hearing that small theaters lack the space and corporate buying power of large, multiple-screen theaters. High-quality digital projection is
curriculum is most heavily aimed toward the fourth and fifth grade classes, who will be working with the artists twice a week, grades K-3 will work with the artists as well. “The main goal is to enhance the immersion setting for kids who live in [the Seattle area],” Feliciano said. “The other one is to reinforce critical thinking skills through art.” In this tradition, Feliciano said the committee is already brainstorming ideas for which artists to invite next. “We found a group in Mexico - a husband and wife team, who do music and art together,” she said. The Reyes will be introduced to the community during Puesta del Sol’s International Festival, taking place at Newport High School on March 2.
very costly, he said, as is getting the latest blockbuster titles to show in the single-screen venue. Being able to serve beer and wine to adult patrons would give small theaters another source of revenue to compete with suburban multiplexes, Wyatt said. Some multiplexes, such as the Cinebarre in Mountlake Terrace north of Seattle, are able to serve alcohol because they also serve meals; under liquor laws, they qualify as restaurants. Small theaters, such as the one owned by Kiggins, don’t have room for a full kitchen and dining area. The license provided under the new legislation would cost $400 per year to serve beer, wine or both with no requirements for serving food. Representatives from the Washington State Liquor Control Board said controlling alcohol that is being consumed in a dark theater with minors present, as well as the different needs of large multiplexes and smaller theaters, need to be addressed. Some opponents of the bill say that allowing alcohol in more places encourages and normalizes alcohol abuse and sends a harmful message to kids. On Jan. 29, the bill was passed unanimously with minor amendments by the House Government Accountability and Oversight Committee. The bill now goes to the House Rules Committee, which could set it for a floor vote, or direct it to another committee for additional consideration. Its Senate companion bill is SB 5111.
Author and artist Marsha Glaziere will stop by the Bellevue Barnes and Noble for a brief presentation and book signing on Saturday, March 9. Her beautiful new coffee book, Eclectic Coffee Spots in Puget Sound, talks about the wonderful coffee spots in our region - and features paintings, photos and muses about each place. Divided into regions it can act as a guide to great neighborhoods and coffee shops. The event is free and open to the public and will kick off at 2 p.m. at the Barnes and Noble in Bellevue; 626 106th Ave NE, Bellevue.
Love’s Labour’s Lost coming Drawing upon the music and style of pre-World War II Great Britain for “Love’s Labour’s Lost,” director Jon Kretzu stages his first production in Seattle since leaving Actor’s Repertory Theatre in Portland. In this Shakespeare-penned rom-com, the King of Navarre and his buddies have plans to immerse themselves in their studies by swearing off girls, but when the Princess of France arrives with her ladies, their plans are derailed. Tickets are available now through the Seattle Shakespeare Company Box Office at 206-733-8222 as well as online at www.seattleshakespeare.org. The production is being staged March 13-April 7, 2013 at the Center Theatre at Seattle Center; 305 Harrison St., Seattle.
Seattle Opera celebrates 50 years The Seattle Opera will begin its 50th anniversary season with performances of Wagner’s “Ring” this summer, followed by a subscription series of four operas featuring a variety of comedy and tragedy, reality and fantasy. The opera’s anniversary celebration climaxes in August 2014 with the International Wagner Competition and a special celebration honoring Speight Jenkins, the company’s general director since 1983. “For my final season at Seattle Opera, I am delighted to present singers who have thrilled our audience time and again in recent years,” Jenkins said. The subscription season opens with Donizetti’s lighthearted romantic comedy La fille du régiment. In January 2014 comes Verdi’s tragic tale of revenge, Rigoletto. A powerful American work, new to the Seattle Opera stage, comes next. Gian Carlo Menotti’s “The Consul” won the Pulitzer Prize following its premiere in 1950. The season concludes with Seattle Opera’s production of Jacques Offenbach’s “Les contes d’Hoffmann.” Tickets to the competition and concert are now available for season subscribers. More information is available at seattleopera.org/operas.
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Betty passed away with family at her side on January 24, 2013. She was born Elizabeth Jane McCambridge on September 3, 1922 to Almeda and Walter McCambridge in Chicago, IL. Betty graduated from Mundelein College in Chicago and the University of Washington. She worked as a librarian at Sequoia Junior High School in Kent from 1965 to 1983. In 1943 Betty married the love of her life, Carl Hermanson, who preceded her in death in August, 2012. They lived in Seattle for 23 years before moving to Bellevue in 1983. Betty leaves three sons, John (Kathy), Paul (Mariane) and Jim (Andrea), and eight grandchildren. She was preceded in death by daughter Karen (David Swee). A memorial service will be held at St. Louise Catholic Church in Bellevue on Friday, March 15, 2013, at 11 a.m. 743258
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Jean â€œStevieâ€? Pyfer passed away peacefully at home on Thursday, February 7, 2013. She was recently diagnosed with cancer and was able to spend her last days at home. She leaves behind her devoted dog, Tica, and beloved friend, Dennis Smart, a snazzy red 1968 California Special Mustang, and loving family including daughters Randi, Kim, Lindsay, and Elisa, grandchildren Adam, Lucas, Hayley, Saila, Nicholas, Jordan, Gina, and Gemma and 10 great-grandchildren. Her 5th â€œdaughter,â€? Anita Jefferson, was also a great companion to her over the years. Stevie was born in West Des Moines, Iowa to Mildred and Wayne Stevens. She made her way to Seattle in 1949 thanks to a job as a stewardess with Northwest Airlines. She was married to Dr. Howard Pyfer for over 50 years and together they enjoyed traveling and perfecting the art of grandparenting. Stevie brought joy to so many people and really knew how to celebrate life, whether exercising with her friends or indulging her passion for anything chocolate. She asked that her four daughters hold a party to celebrate her life.To honor her request, friends and family are invited to gather at her condominium tomorrow, Feb. 23rd from 2:00 â€“ 4:00PM. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made to the King County Humane Society or a charity of your choice. 742728
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Spectacular Sammamish estate exudes timeless quality and exceptional westerly lake views. Aspens line the drive which await your arrival. An artful balance of modern luxury and traditional warmth. Every finish has been meticulously selected for comfort and grandeur. Natural textures and neutral hues found throughout the home. High beamed ceilings provide natural light. This one of a kind home boasts 7200 sq ft with 4 “En-Suite” and 7 baths. 16 acres include pool, pond, 8 car garage. Karen Santa 206-915-8888 email@example.com www.karensanta.com
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ELEGANT ESTATE HOME ON 2 ½ ACRES
Stunning new construction presale home on a 2 ½ acre level and private lot, built by Boitano Custom Homes. Comfortable open floor plan offers high ceilings, extensive hardwood floors and slab stone surfaces. Dream kitchen to impress any gourmet chef. Covered patio and side entry garage. Level and private lot has room for all outdoor amenities. Fabulous attention to detail; Choose your colors & finishes. Julia Krill 206-406-9000 Jkrill@windermere.com www.juliakrill.com
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