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AROUND THE HORN Laughter is best medicine for Sammamish comedian

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eremy Horn is well known for providing nutritional products and advice in Issaquah and Sammamish.

It’s what the 34-year-old owner of Good Health does after hours that surprises most people. For the last four-plus years, the Sammamish resident has performed hundreds of stand-up comedy acts around the country — something he said very few of the clients at his Pine Lake Village store are aware of. “This is something that I do after-hours, kind of a like Batman, just a whole different world people don’t know exists,” Horn said. In the world of stand-up, Horn has worked his way quickly up the ladder, opening for popular acts like Louie Anderson and Andy Kindler. He was recently named the host of the “Huge Comedy Show,” May 3 at the Kirkland Performance Center. The event is part of a promotional tour for the television show, “The 206,” and will feature headliners John Keister and Brooks McBeth of “Almost Live” fame. “You never know when you’re going to get your opportunity,” Horn said. “Everybody thinks life is like a PG-13 movie or American Idol where some agent hears about you from this or that.” Horn got his start in comedy a little later than some, but said it was always something near and dear to his heart. In high school, he and his father, Kevin, spent countless hours watching Comedy Central and HBO specials. “My dad was very cautious about violence on TV and movies and things like that, but had no problem with watching (George) Carlin and (Richard) Pryor,” Horn said. “In his mind, it was saying honest things that reflected on society and not gratuitous violence.” After his father died of cancer in 2003, Horn, who took over the family business, was inspired to take a chance. “For the first time I thought, nobody’s guaranteed tomorrow,” he said. Motivated to honor the bond he and his father shared through comedy, Horn started going to open-mic shows at Giggles in Seattle. He observed acts for months before finally taking the stage himself. “I basically went in fully expecting to fail,” he said. I fully expected to try it a couple of times and it wouldn’t work out, but on my death bed I would be able to tell my grandkids, ‘I tried it, it was horrifying.’”

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Jeremy Horn, owner of Good Health in Sammamish, surprises many of his patrons when he tells them about his after-hours career as a comedian. KEVIN ENDEJAN, Issaquah & Sammamish Reporter

WATCH JEREMY LIVE 8:30 p.m., May 2 at Laughs Comedy Spot, Kirkland w/ROBO. Tickets $10 8 p.m., May 3, at Kirkland Performance Center w/Brooks McBeth, John Keister and Jubal Flag. Tickets $20 The result was the exact opposite. Not only did Horn keep getting invited back to clubs, but established comedians wanted to bounce ideas off him. “That’s when I said, ‘well I guess I’ll invest in it and see how far I can go,’” he said. Horn said he has since lived out a life-long dream of performing at The Comedy Store, the world famous club in Hollywood. “I just remember thinking, this is exactly

what we worked for, this is the mission my dad trained me for,” he said. Along with rubbing shoulders of big-name acts, Horn also has written several jokes for some of the headliners he’s performed with. He admits he isn’t sure where comedy will eventually lead him. It could be a career in stand-up or one as a writer. For now, Horn said he’s just glad to spread joy through comedy — something that he knows from experience can heal the soul. “That’s the No. 1 most rewarding thing ... when somebody comes to me and says you have no idea how much I needed that,” he said. “Nothing gets you out of the darkness more than a laugh.” Assistant editor Kevin Endejan can be reached at 425-391-0363 ext. 5054 or

A 1998 graduate of Issaquah High School, Adrianne HasletDavis, 32, remains hospitalized while she recovers from serious injuries resulting from the bombings at the Boston Marathon. Haslet-Davis, who now lives in Boston, was standing with her husband, Air Force Capt. Adam Davis, near where the second bomb went off, according to a phone interview with Seattle’s KOMO TV. Haslet, whose parents still live in Issaquah, is a professional dancer. “We heard the first bomb go off and we saw the smoke. I remember the impact of the air and the bomb hitting my chest and pulling me back,” she told the news organization. The couple were knocked off their feet. She said they didn’t feel heat, but her foot hurt. She said her husband held up her foot and they both started screaming “bloody murder.” She also lost the hearing in her right ear. The right side of her body was covered in shrapnel. Davis suffered broken bones in his left foot and his legs were lacerated with shrapnel. He had just returned safely from Afghanistan. SEE HASLET-DAVIS, 2

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Third-grader Anna Berge begins her “swim” upstream to find her way home, in an exercise where the students had to recognize a smell to find the right stream to go home to, just as salmon do. LINDA BALL, Issaquah & Sammamish Reporter instantly the various matter made it into the storm water system, and into the “lake.” The final station was designed to better understand how the fish come home to where they started. Each child was blindfolded and asked to smell something in a container. Then, with lines set up to represent a creek system, parent volunteers had them smell containers they were holding. If the smell matched, they went in the direction of that smell. There was some confusion, but as the docent said, sometimes even the fish get confused, forcing them to turn around and go back until they find their way home. Staff writer Linda Ball can be reached at 425-391-0363, ext. 5052.




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Cycle the WAVE (Women Against Violence Everywhere), which raises awareness of and funds for domestic violence programs across Washington state, is looking for the perfect T-shirt for its annual bicycle event. Eastside students are stepping up to help. Samantha Garrard (senior, Issaquah High), Katarina Schrag (Running Start student at Bellevue College) and Brittany Bahk (junior, Issaquah High) have launched a contest that is open to all students from all high schools to design the most creative and appropriate T-shirt. It will be worn by more than 200 students expected in this year’s event and used in the organization’s newsletter. Guidelines for the contest include: Branding tagline to


On a very rainy Friday, Issaquah Creek looked more like a river. “They should make it to Lake Sammamish pretty quickly,” Issaquah Mayor Ava Frisinger told third-graders from Issaquah Valley Elementary School. The students, from Leona Keltner’s class, were there to release Kokanee fry into the creek to begin their life journey. Three docents split the class up as the kids went to four different learning stations. At the creek’s edge, King County ecologist Hans Berge, whose daughter is in Keltner’s class, helped each child individually release their fry. Scooping some out of a large bucket into a cup, the kids sent the little creatures on their way one-by-one. Berge explained that they will stay in Lake Sammamish three to four years, before returning to the hatchery. Kokanee are the land-locked form of sockeye salmon. Because they never migrate out to the ocean to feed, kokanee are often much smaller than sockeye. “It’s going to be really hard for them to come upstream,” said student Zarrina Nurullina when docent Grace Reamer asked the students about the raging state of the creek that day. Two stations taught the kids about what happens to the watershed as a result of development. A model of a community with a creek running through it was used to communicate how pollutants can make their way to Lake Sammamish. Kids took turns dumping dirt, oil, trash and fertilizer onto the little town. There was even a little farm in the area. “Is that supposed to be the poop?” asked Markus Santos, as the docent dropped brown matter onto the cow field. Then, using eye-droppers they created rain. Almost

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Friends of Lake Sammamish State Park ready to take action BY linda ball

Based on the attendance at Gibson Hall April 18, there are many citizens of Issaquah who want to help improve the ailing Lake Sammamish State Park. “I watched my kids play soccer (at the park) never knowing what was on the other side of the invasive blackberry patch,” said chairman Chris Kovac. The other officers are Jim Berry, treasurer, and Connie Marsh, secretary. Park ranger Rich Benson said the lack of money for state parks has been an issue for “many, many years.” He said five to six years ago, 60 percent of the park’s funding came from the state general fund, and he would like to see it get back to that level. There is a good chance that state funds will be available to build a new bathhouse and refurbish Sunset Beach. The capital budget proposed by the senate includes more than $3.5 million for both projects. The existing bath house is a cinder block building that has been there since the ‘50s and is in rough shape. The design is already completed for a new structure, that would include concessions and a covered area. Starting in July, construction on a boardwalk will begin, which has been designed and funded. It will be at the mouth of

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Issaquah Creek. Benson said it should be completed by Labor Day weekend. And even though there is still construction activity at the new boat launch, it is open. People at the meeting were asked to identify what is important to them at the park. “Our goal is to figure out what we can do to see the park used year-round,” Berry said. Interest was expressed in somehow making the park self-sustaining, since state funding is such an unknown. As it is now, any money the park makes goes to the state parks, resources and stewardship account, Benson said, not into the state general fund. He said this is so the state can divide money equally between all state parks because they’re all ailing. With three city council members in attendance, the question was raised as to whether or not the park could be somehow transferred to the city of Issaquah. Benson said he doubts that could happen because the state wants to retain the income it receives off its Discover Passes from people who use the state parks. The bike trail on the west side of the park is near completion, and there are plans for a dedicated bike trail system in the park. The group is seeking help with documents to set up its 501c3 status, as well as its website. Those who can help are asked to visit Friends of Lake Sammamish State Park on Facebook.

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Former Issaquah resident shows indomitable spirit


e can’t imagine the horror and agony of former Issaquah resident Adrianne HasletDavis, who was terribly injured at the Boston Marathon bombing. Haslet-Davis, a professional dancer, lost her left foot in the terrorist act when she and her husband were standing near where the second bomb went off. We’re also in awe of her courage when she said she intends to return to the dance floor and even run in the Boston Marathon next year. Saying she has grit and determination is an understatement. She’s been invited to the ABC televi- Adrianne sion show, “Dancing with the Stars,” Haslet-Davis next week, where she will be introduced to viewers. We don’t know what madness prompted the two young men to commit this murderous act. But we know, now more than ever, that our country and its people have the courrage to endure.

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t didn’t take long after the Boston Marathon attack for some people to blame Muslims. After all, the attack had all the characteristcs of devices used by terrorists who give themselves that name. But blaming Muslims for the attack at the Boston Marathon makes no more sense than blaming Christians for the bombings and killings by white supremists. Radicals exist in every movement and religion. Muslim leaders and organizations have condemned the bombings and killings. All right-thinking people – of every faith – mourn this tragedy. – Craig Groshart, Issaquah & Sammamish Reporter ISSAQUAH | SAMMAMISH

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hen I was in high school one of my friends launched a group called Random Acts of Kindness, built on a simple principle of sharing small gestures of humanity with other peers on campus. It seemed a silly idea to me at the time. Some days the students stood at the entrance to our cafeteria, offering hugs to kids bustling between classes. Another morning they Celina Kareiva placed yellow daffodils on the desks of each teacher. When my friend asked me to help with one of their projects — handing out small care packages before final exams — I scoffed at the idea. How much impact could these silly gestures have? Besides, I didn’t know half the students I was trading glances with. But in light of recent tragedies — the bombing in Boston and countless other misfortunes that don’t always command the same media attention

REPORTER’S NOTEBOOK — these small acts of kindness seem to take on a new meaning, especially in an increasingly anonymous world. Like many people, after hearing news of the bombings, I felt a wave of despair. Social media sites seemed to erupt with the same anguish – users claiming they’d given up on humanity and couldn’t understand the source of such evil. “Where is the love?” shared one friend over Facebook. That frustration was hardly misplaced, but in addition to the usual fundraisers that crop up around these tragedies, there’s something to be said for such small acts of kindness. “Walking through the University of Washington campus Monday afternoon I can remember simmering in my own sadness after getting off the phone with a friend who’d be in the marathon. Rounding the corner, I came across a small cluster of students handing out flowers. One smiled ear-

to-ear before passing me a tulip. The gesture was so effortless and genuine, it caught me off guard, and put me strangely at ease.” “Have a good day,” she said, as if to a friend. Empathy can make itself felt in many small ways. It’s understandable and even important to feel moments of grief after these events, but I think one of the greatest ways to heal is to remind ourselves of the humanity around us. I often forget it myself. Waiting for the bus at the end of a long day, my usual stance is to plug in my earphones and block out the world, shrugging my shoulders when somebody asks for bus money, even though I know I have at least a dollar to spare in pocket change. But in an increasingly anonymous world, even a smile can go a long way. And as my high school friend understood, these gestures shouldn’t be limited to moments of tragedy. Celina Kareiva can be contacted at 425-453-4290 or

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Long-time Sammamish, Issaquah residents to run for council spots The first candidate for four open Sammamish City Council positions has thrown his hat in the ring. Bob Keller, a 17-year resident of Sammamish, announced April 18, that he will run for City Council Position No. 3 in the November election. The spot is held by John Curley, who announced earlier this year that he will not run for reelection. Bob Keller Keller, the president of the Sammamish Kiwanis, served on the city’s initial Planning Advisory Board which created the first vision statement and Comprehensive Plan. He then served four years on the Sammamish Planning Commission, his final year as chair. “Most of us moved to Sammamish because of the quality of life it offers — great schools, safe neighborhoods, a pristine natural environment, and parks and recreational opportunities,” Keller said. “As we move into the future, we need a council that understands our vision, listens to our community, understands complex information, and makes reasoned decisions.” Keller, who brings more than 20 years of business experience as a document management and office automation consultant, said keeping the city’s finances in order will be of primary concern. “We have a long track record of fiscal

responsibility,” he said. “We must continue to ensure the city’s long-term economic stability and avoid future tax increases.” Keller lives with his wife Shannon in their north Sammamish home.

Pauly announces bid Mary Lou Pauly, a 20-year resident of Issaquah, has announced her candidacy for Issaquah City Council Position 1, held now by Joe Forkner, who is running for Issaquah mayor. Forkner was appointed to the seat, which was vacated by Mark Mullet. Pauly, 52, a retired engineer, most recently worked for Conestoga-Rovers, an environmental engineering consulting firm. Pauly has a long history of PTA volunteerism and recently served on the environmental Mary Lou Pauly impact statement reader team for the Central Issaquah Plan. She is a member of the Klahanie annexation task force and a volunteer for the Imagine Housing capital campaign steering committee. Pauly also is a member of the Expanding Your Horizons Middle School Conference for girls interested in STEM careers as well as the newly formed Friends of Lake Sammamish State Park. She is married to Karl Pauly; they have two grown children, ages 23 and 26.

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New construction projects are popping up like mushrooms in Issaquah. The active projects list, defined as one which an applicant has applied for a permit, had 30 projects on the list as of March 21. The majority of actual construction and dirt moving is in the Issaquah Highlands, although Alta at the Lake, a development of 80 town homes on the cusp of Sammamish, has sold out its first phase with three or more phases to come. On the commercial side, most of the construction is taking place in the Highlands Grand Ridge Plaza, a 280,113-square-foot retail center. The 12-screen Regal Cinema will open sometime in early summer in time for the summer movie season according to Christopher Wright, project oversight manager for the city. Three new restaurants will open sometime this summer, and Safeway plans to open a grocery store and fueling station in September.

Discovery Heights in the Issaquah Highlands has 243 apartments in Phase I and 50 multi-family units in Phase II. LINDA BALL, Issaquah & Sammamish Reporter Other high-profile businesses slated for Grand Ridge Plaza are Marshalls, HomeGoods, DICK’S Sporting Goods and Zumiez. Outside of the Highlands, in the Rowley development, a 120-room extended stay hotel has received planning approval. Just north of Grand Ridge Plaza, construction will begin this summer on 12 town homes, called the Issaquah Highlands Townhomes, a product of Ichijo USA. Each townhome will have approximately 2,200 square

feet, 3 bedrooms, a den, 3.5 bathrooms, a rooftop deck and a double garage. These units are directly across from the retail center/movie theater. The units are estimated to be complete in late fall or early December. Price point is yet to be determined, but they will likely be in the upper $400s to low $500s, said Amy Tovell, marketing agent for Ichijo. Tovell said the company is going through the approval process on a subdivision in the High-

lands of 36 single family homes that they hope to break ground on at the end of the year. Ichijo has an almost completed 3,700 squarefoot, built green, five-star rated, single-family custom home on a view site in the Highlands, which it plans to showcase through open houses by the end of May or early June. Part of the old Lakeside development property, the eastern tract, has been purchased by Polygon Homes. Lakeside had a previous filling and grading permit, which it is working on now. Polygon is tentatively planning a development of 260 multi-family homes on the 13-acre tract. A pedestrian-friendly neighborhood is planned near Highlands’ retail center, also by Polygon Homes. The Brownstones at Issaquah Highlands, still in the review stage, calls for 176 townhouse-style condominiums. The project is on 8.48 acres north of the Discovery Heights apartment homes and south of Grand Ridge Plaza. Construction is expected to start later this year, with project completion slated for 2015.

Shaw promoted to Regional Publisher

William Shaw, a fourth generation Eastsider, has been named Regional Publisher of the Bellevue Reporter, Mercer Island Reporter, the Issaquah & Sammamish Reporter and the Snoqualmie Valley Record. In 2012, he was made Publisher of the Issaquah & Sammamish Reporter. “Shaw is great community builder that brings a high level of experience and proven performance to the group publishing role,” said Josh O’Connor, Bill Shaw Vice President of East Sound Newspaper Operations. “Bill’s connection to the community will benefit both the newspaper and the city of Bellevue.” Shaw and his wife, Mary Beth Haggerty-Shaw, have lived in Issaquah for 30 years Shaw and have raised two children, Liam and Mora, both of who are graduates of Issaquah High School. Shaw also has served on the Issaquah Sister Cities Commission.

O’Connor named publisher of Herald Josh O’Connor has been named publisher of The (Everett) Daily Herald, effective May 1. O’Connor will continue to serve as Vice President of Sound Publishing, Inc., a position he has held since 2008. “Josh is an accomplished publisher with extensive experience in print and digital operations,” said Sound Publishing President Gloria Fletcher. As Vice President of East Sound Josh Newspaper Operations, O’Connor was O’Connor responsible for 18 publications, including the Issaquah and Sammamish Reporter. He lives in Issaquah with his wife and two children.

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Bengal tigers turn 6

What’s happening in Issaquah & Sammamish

Drug take back event in Issaquah On Saturday April 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Issaquah Community Network and Drug Free Community Coalition are supporting the National Take Back initiative. Drop off prescriptions at the Issaquah Police Department.

Disaster preparedness fair Almos plays with his birthday gift Saturday at the Cougar Mountain Zoo. keegan prosser, Issaquah & Sammamish


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Local schools win awards Twenty schools from the Lake Washington School District, including four from Sammamish, will be honored April 30 with 2012 Washington Achievement Awards from the Office of Superintendent of Public Schools and the State Board of Education. Carson Elementary, Eastlake High School, Blackwell Elementary and McAuliffe Elementary will be honored.

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Issaquah residents had much to celebrate on Saturday afternoon. In addition to recognizing another Arbor Day on the Eastside, those visiting the Cougar Mountain Zoo got a chance to attend a tiger birthday party for a pair of the zoo’s Bengal tigers. Celebrating their sixth birthday, zoo favorites, Taj and Álmos, were treated to a variety of gifts: birthday boxes painted to reflect the party’s theme, “Happy bEARTHday!” scraps of raw meat, blood and bamboo. Cougar Mountain Zoo general curator Robyn Barfoot said tigers living in captivity generally live to be around 15-years-old, approximately twice as long as they are able to survive in the wild. Barfoot, who has been at Cougar

Mountain for seven years and in the zoo business for 16, has worked with the tigers since they were just weeks old. As part of the celebration, Taj and Álmos were released into the larger, outdoor tiger enclosure, where they were given free reign on their birthday gifts. The recycled boxes, decorated in non-toxic tempura paint and put together using no tape, staples or glue, were created by the zoo’s staff and volunteers. Barfoot said the Cougar Mountain Zoo has been celebrating the tigers’ birthdays since they were brought to Issaquah as cubs. In previous years, themes have included “mythical creatures” and “hunting for prey.” “They really enjoy it,” Barfoot said. The zoo has another pair of male tigers, Bagheera and Vitéz, that will celebrate their fourth birthday in May.



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Freshmen fill void on course

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Northwest Paddling Festival headed back to Issaquah


For most high school golf teams, losing a four-time state qualifier would be the main ingredient to a down year. At Eastlake, it is an opportunity for a new class to make their mark. Megan Wotherspoon made the 4A state tournament in each of her four seasons with the Wolves, making the cut her final three trips and earning a career-best 15th place finish in 2011 as a junior. Last year, she was one of only two Eastlake players who shot their way to MeadowWood in Spokane. But even with her graduation, Eastlake looks poised to take a deep and talented group to this year’s state tournament behind Wotherspoon’s former playing partner in Jamie Midkiff and a pair of state-caliber freshmen in Ashley Fitzgibbons and Maddie Nelson. “It’s been totally different,” Midkiff said of the team dynamic compared to last year. “I know they have the same goals as me and it’s been easy to connect with them.” Nelson said she and Fitzgibbons have grown up together playing at Sahalee and both have been excited to join a team for the first time after competing individually in junior tournaments and other events as youngsters. “When we first moved here, I saw all the girls on the high school team,” Nelson said. “Now I’m finally here. It’s exciting.” That excitement may not have translated to the rest of 4A KingCo, which has been forced to contend with the newcomers on the course, but it certainly has for Eastlake coach Pat Bangasser. “They enjoy being part of a team,” he said of his freshmen class, which

Eastlake’s Ashley Fitzgibbons (left) and Jamie Midkiff are both in the top-10 in 4A KingCo in points with only a pair of regular season matches remaining. JOSH SUMAN, Issaquah & Sammamish Reporter

also includes Jessica Rame. “I’ve been aware of them for a few years and waiting for them to be on our team.” Bangasser added while their exceptional talent has never been a question mark, it has been their ability to adjust to a team-setting in prep competition that has made the difference. Instead of analyzing a putt or plotting their next tee shot alone, they are able to consult with teammates and approach the course and match together. As the only returning state qualifier, Midkiff has taken on the role of leader. “Her game is evolving,” Bangasser said. “I think the fact she has talented youngsters on the team has helped her maintain a sharp focus on her game.” Despite qualifying for the 4A tournament as a sophomore, Midkiff said there is much more on the table and hopes her offseason work pays dividends down the stretch. After playing only sparingly between her freshman and sophomore years, Midkiff said she was on the course daily this year in preparation for another run at the state’s top golfers and she didn’t have to wait until the postseason to get her shot. Newport finished fourth in the team scoring last year at state after unseating Redmond atop the conference and breaking the Mustangs’ 93

match winning streak and broke their streak of eight consecutive conference titles. The Knights opened 2013 with a decisive win over three-time defending state champion Bellarmine Prep, but were only able to sneak past Eastlake on a tie-breaker after the two finished tied through nine holes. Even though the match ended in a loss (Eastlake had one player with a double-par score on a hole, which meant they did not get a chance at a playoff to decide the match), Midkiff and her teammates said going strokefor-stroke with the conference leaders on their own course at China Creek was encouraging and a sign of things to come. “It was a big boost, even though it was obviously disappointing we lost,” Nelson said. “If we play well and drop a couple of strokes here and there, we have a chance.” Only rival Redmond and Issaquah have been able to get within 10 strokes of the Wolves during the conference season, and Eastlake sits at 8-1 as a team with matches against Skyline and Ballard remaining before the KingCo Medalist Tournament on May 6 and 7 at Willow’s Run in Redmond. The state tournament is May 21 and 22 at Club Green Meadows in Vancouver.

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Lake Sammamish State Park will play host to the Northwest Paddling Festival for the second consecutive year after the event moved from West Seattle to Issaquah in 2012, drawing paddlesports enthusiasts from around the region. This year’s version is Saturday, May 11 and will feature sea kayak tours, introductory classes for stand-up paddle boarding, kayak and SUP races and dozens of vendors featuring top brands and the newest technologies. Admission is free and parking is available with a Discover Pass for $30 or a $10 one-day pass into the park. SUP demos include a $5 registration fee. For more information or to register for the races, visit the festival online at northwestpaddlingfestival. com.

Sammamish EX3 Teen Center hosts second annual 10K/5K run Runners, walkers and youngsters are invited back to Sammamish and the Boys and Girls Clubs of King County’s EX3 Teen Center on Sunday, May 5 for the second annual 10K/5K, the only of their kind with routes exclusively in Sammamish. Last year’s inaugural event served as both a fundraiser for the new Teen Center as well as a way to create awareness for kids and adults in the area and said the hope is to better the already solid turnout from 2012. “It was really exciting to see,” he said. “There was a ton of positive feedback and it was a lot of fun for the families.” Along with the 10K and 5K, there will be a 1K for kids age 10 and under. Registration prices vary and are available online and in-person at Plateau Runner, located in the Saffron shopping center across from EX3. The 10K run starts at 7:30 a.m., with the 5K 15 minutes later and the youth fun run at 8:45. An awards ceremony will follow and the Teen Center will also host booths related to healthy living, running, walking and other outdoor activities.

Harlem Globetrotters offering basketball clinic in Issaquah The Harlem Globetrotters will be in Issaquah again from July 22-24, at 24 Hour Fitness (5712 E. Lake Sammamish Pkwy.) to host a basketball skills clinic for children ages 6-12. Registration is $59 and is available online.

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Lawyers contact DNR about Squak

The attorney representing the Issaquah Alps Trail Club and the organization Save Squak (mountain) has made it clear to the Department of Natural Resources, that the new forest practices application filed by Erickson Logging does not meet several requirements. In a letter to Bruce McDonald, forest practice district manager, south Puget Sound region, attorney Wyatt Golding said that the proposed timber harvest needs further evaluation. For example, Golding said there is a subdivision application pending for the entire parcel, not just the 95 acres that Erickson scaled down his application to from the entire 216 acres. The subdivision application goes with whoever owns the property. Therefore, the trails club and Save Squak has asked that DNR transfer authority for consideration of the application to King County, or at least involve the county in the decision making process and conduct a SEPA (environmental) review. Even though there is a six-year moratorium between logging and a potential development, Wyatt states “the land is almost certainly going to be converted to another use, namely ‘Serenity Estates’ subdivision. Because the development plans are active and on-going, logging the property constitutes an active use which is not compatible


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4-26 Friends of Issaquah Library Spring Book Sale: 5:30 p.m. member preview (join at the door - $10 individual memberships; $20 family memberships). Issaquah Library, 10 W Sunset Way.


with timber growing. Moreover, the land will likely not be reforested.” The letter also reiterates the concern over flooding of May Creek and protection of wildlife, specifically fish and the endangered species, the small bird called the marbled murrelet. The Department of Fish and Wildlife has determined that there are sufficiently large trees with platforms that would support murrelets. The trails club and Save Squak have requested DNR require a 300-foot no-harvest buffer surrounding unsurveyed stands determined to be suitable marbled murrelet habitat. Dave Kappler, the president of the trails club said the county looks at critical areas as a permanent situation, whereas forest practices looks at critical areas as limited. “The county will look at this through different eyes,” he said. On Saturday, April 27, the King County Conservations Futures Citizens Committee will tour the property. The committee reviews applications for requests for money from the Conservation Futures fund and parks levy fund. The committee makes its recommendation in June, with the King County Council deciding in November which properties to “save.” Erickson has agreed to sell the property to the county if it can come up with the money. Staff writer Linda Ball can be reached at 425-391-0363, ext. 5052.

Issaquah City Hall, council chambers, 135 East Sunset Way.

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4-30 Opera Preview: 7 p.m. Discussion of Seattle Opera’s upcoming double bill of Poulenc’s La Voix Humaine and Puccini’s Suor Angelica. Issaquah Library, 10 W Sunset Way. Hearing Examiner: 2 to 4 p.m.

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4-27 Friends of Issaquah Library Spring Book Sale: 10 a.m. Issaquah Library, 10 W Sunset Way. Master Gardeners: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Get advice on just about any gardening questions you might have. Squak Mt. Greenhouses and Nursery, 7600 Renton-Issaquah Road SE, Issaquah. Issaquah Farmer’s Market: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m at Pickering Barn, 1730 10th Ave. N.W. Issaquah.

Eastlake High School will perform its annual spring play April 25-27 with its rendition of “Bye Bye Birdie.” There are evening shows April 26 and 27 beginning at 7 p.m., and a 1 p.m. matinee April 27. Tickets are $12 for general admission and $9 for students. The play is under the direction of Rachelle Horner with the musical direction of Kelly Willis.


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