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Sumner, Bonney Lake call for candidates By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

seat on the East Pierce Fire and Rescue fire commission.

The filing period for the November Pierce County election will open from May 13 through May 17, and positions up for ballot include the Bonney Lake and Sumner mayoral seats, three city council seats in each city, and one

Bonney Lake Elected seats in the mayor’s office and city council are nonpartisan and, as of April 2011, are “at-large,” meaning candidacy for particular council seats are not restricted to specific geographic sections of the

city. The open seats are as follows: The Bonney Lake mayor’s seat is currently held by Neil Johnson. The position carries a four-year term — as do all open city council seats — and the filing fee for candidacy is $96. Council Position No. 1 is currently held by Randy McKibbin. The filing fee for candidacy is $48.

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Council Position No. 3 is currently held by Dan Swatman, who also serves as deputy mayor. Council Position No. 6 is currently held by Donn Lewis. Sumner Elected seats in the mayor’s

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Apartments move ahead By Theresa De Lay Staff Writer

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Ten Bonney Lake seniors were recognized May 22 for outstanding high school careers that exemplified excellence of mind and strength of character, be it in academics, athletics, extracurriculars or a combination thereof. Pictured are Jessica Bahr, Taylor Friend, Sierra Espinal and Karissa Olson. Story on Page 5. Photo by Daniel Nash

Following an April 5 public hearing, Park Place Apartments was approved by the city of Bonney Lake Hearing Examiner on April 18. The decision was recently revised on May 6 to provide further clarification. The application and materials will now be forwarded to the state for further review. The Shoreline Substantial Development Permit with Variance, requested by Isola Homes, detailed approximately 4.82 acres, including a private dock and 92 apartment homes as part of the complex. Ryan Harriman, Bonney

Lake associate planner, said that the project remains in the early stages. After approval from the state, a site plan and design review process will begin. “Please be aware the next step could take a while because of the shoreline permit appeal period, multi-family development site plan review, design review, and the actual design of the buildings,” he said. The Park Place Apartments site is located at 7001 West Tapps Highway. The application and other documents are available to the public during regular business hours at 9002 Main Street East, Suite 300.

North Tapps students bring drowning memorial to Allan Yorke By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

Thirty-four North Tapps Middle School students are working to make Allan Yorke Park a little bit safer by Memorial Day. The summer of 2012 took a tie for the deadliest summer on Lake Tapps following the drowning deaths of two men and a Bonney Lake High sophomore.

So when Lorrie Nelly’s seventh grade class was choosing a public improvement undertaking for the Project Citizen contest, it was no surprise cold water shock awareness came out on top. It took two weeks, Nelly said, for one of 20 broad ideas to develop into a full project proposal that would beat out two others for the majority of student approval. The undertaking Nelly’s students approved was a brick memorial to the lake’s drowning

dead that would include a stainless steel plaque in their commemoration, and flashing LED lights to warn swimmers of cold water danger. The memorial’s masonry will be complete by Memorial Day, May 27. Midwifing the idea into a deployable project has been an ambitious undertaking, according to Nelly.

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Obituaries JULIA WILSON Bonney Lake resident Julia M. Wilson, 61, died May 6, 2013, in Puyallup. She was born Jan. 23, 1952, in Whitefish, Mont., lived in this area for four years and had worked as a mortgage counselor. She was an active mother while raising two children and loved both knitting and dancing. She is survived by husband Rick Wilson; daugh-

election FROM 1 office and city council are nonpartisan and are “atlarge,” meaning candidacy for particular council seats are not restricted to specific geographic sections of the city. The open seats are as follows: The Sumner mayor’s seat is currently held by Dave Enslow. The position carries a four-year term — as do all open city council seats — and the filing fee for candidacy is $216. Candidacies are not determined until the filing period begins, but Enslow may be challenged by Councilman Randy Hynek as indicated by comments made by Hynek during the April 1 city council meeting. Council Position No. 1 is currently held by Ed Hannus. The filing fee for Sumner council seats is $90. Council Position No. 2 is currently held by Randy Hynek. Council Position No. 3 is currently held by Steve Allsop East Pierce Fire Commission East Pierce Fire and

Wednesday, May 15, 2013 • The BONNEY LAKE Courier-Herald • Page 3 ter Angella Wilson place at 9:15 a.m. of Seattle; brother Friday, May 17, at Leo McDonald of Tahoma National Kalispell, Mont.; Cemetery, 18600 sister Lily Todd of S.E. 240th St. in Medford, Ore.; one Kent. A memorial grandchild, three service will follow Julia Wilson adopted grandat 11 a.m Friday children and one at Weeks’ Funeral adopted greatHome in Buckley. grandchild. Memorials may be She was preceded in made to The Arthritis death by son Richard Foundation, 115 N.E. “Ricky” Wilson Jr. on 100th St. No. 350, Seattle, Sept. 22, 2010. 98125, or to the Seattle Visitation will be from Cancer Care Alliance, 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday, May P.O. Box 19023, Seattle, 16, at Weeks’ Funeral 98109. Home in Buckley. A Services are directed by graveside service will take Weeks’ Funeral Home. All

Rescue announced an open position on its Board of Fire Commissioners. Registered voters, who live within the fire district boundaries, are eligible to run for the position in an election set for November. Prospective candidates must file for this position with the Pierce County Auditor’s Office between May 13 and May 17. If more than two candidates file, there will be a run-off election in August, and the top two candidates will move on to the November election. Currently, there are eight East Pierce fire commissioners: Rick Kuss, Ed Egan, Karlyne McGinnis, Raymond Bunk, Kevin Garling, Ron Scholz, Mike Cathey and Dale Mitchell. Both Bunk and Garling are up for re-election this year. Only one position will be filled, as the number of board members continues to be reduced because of past mergers to the fire district. Fire commissioners are citizens who are elected by the public to represent their fire district. They serve a six-year term, performing important duties in the management of a fire district, including setting

memorial FROM 1 “We put calls in to the mayor (Neil Johnson) and chief of police (Dana Powers),” she said. “Because we are talking about 12 and 13 year olds, we wanted to find out how a proposal like this would be received.” Both personally approved of the students’ idea, as did Pierce County Councilman Dan Roach. Roach was one of the judges of the regional Project Citizen competition, and he was “very pumped” about the presentation, Nelly said. “I was blown away,” Roach said. “I would have expected that level of work from high school students. The presentation was very well done, very thorough and, obviously,

policy for the department, hiring the fire chief and approving the department budget. Commissioners are the only ones who can authorize a levy request of the public they serve. For the first time, Milton residents are eligible to run for fire commissioner. On May 7, the Pierce County Auditor’s Office certified the special election that annexed the City of Milton into East Pierce Fire and Rescue. Voters overwhelmingly approved a measure, with 85.74 percent of Milton residents voting in support the annexation. Among voters living in the East Pierce Fire District, 86.15 percent approved the measure. The fire commissioners hold public meetings the third Tuesday of every month, primarily at the Bonney Lake Public Safety Building, 18421 Veterans Memorial Drive East. Check the East Pierce website ( for exact locations. More information about the election and online filing is available at the Pierce County Auditor’s website (, under “Elections.”

very current.” Not content to stop at their ideas, the project’s reality has been made possible by students who networked with professional adults. It was a student who contacted the mason, from Port Orchard, who is donating his labor to the brick memorial. Another student talked to Nelly about an electrician in the family who might be interested in undertaking the LED warning lights, though she said discussions were too early to call anything definite. North Tapps ASB continues to fundraise for the stainless steel plaque memorializing the drowning victims and warning swimmers of cold water dangers. Interested donors can send their contributions to North Tapps ASB, 20029 12th St. E. in Lake Tapps.

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KING COOPER II King Cooper II, 46, died unexpectedly on May 1, 2013. He was born March 12, 1967 in Tacoma to parents King and Jackie Cooper. He was raised in Brown’s Point and made his life in Pierce County. He attended Browns Point Elementary, Meeker Junior High and Stadium

High School Cooper is surbefore joining the vived by his parMarines, where ents, his brother he served for four Kelly, his brother years with honors. Eric, sister-in-law Cooper earned Charlotte, his dog his degree in waste Jack, and numerKing Cooper II water manageous aunts, uncles, cousi ns a nd ment and worked friends. with the city of A memorial service was Orting and Parametrix before coming to the planned for 1 p.m., May Public Works Department 11, at the Orting Lions Club, 19725 Orville Rd. E. of Bonney Lake. Outside work, Cooper was an officer with the Orting Lions Club. He loved the outdoors, Obituary as well as watching the Seahawks and Huskies.

POLICE BLOTTER All suspects in the police blotter are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. BIKE THEFT: At 8:50 a.m. April 25, a citizen reported the theft of her son’s bicycle from their 208th Avenue East residence. She said she believed the culprit was an area male who she knew to have been kicked out of his home that day. The bicycle was entered as stolen in the state and national crime database. BURGLARY TOOLS: At 2:32 a.m. April 27, an officer patrolling Church Lake Road East observed a man with an LED flashlight crouching in the shadows next


to a bicycle, rummaging through a tan backpack. The officer turned around and observed the man walking eastbound on the road without the bicycle. An emergency stop was initiated and an assisting officer was called to the scene. The man was asked if he lived at the residence where he was first observed, and he said no. He at first denied having a bike. When the assisting officer arrived, the original officer found the bike pushed into the bushes outside the house. When asked again about the bike, the man said he was tired of riding it and put it in the bushes for safekeeping until his friend could bring him back to retrieve it; he said he did not want to get a ticket for riding without a helmet. The man granted permission for police to search his backpack. They found, among his personal effects, tools commonly used for burglary,

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Area libraries awarded national medal Bonney Lake grad receives award Staff Writer

Neel Parikh and Jo Cruz, representatives of the Pierce County Library System (PCLS), visited the White House May 8. First lady Michelle Obama presented them with the National Medal for Museum and Library Service. The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) is a major contrib-

blotter FROM 3 intravenous drug paraphernalia, and plastic bags containing crystalline residue. The man denied having intent to commit burglaries, and stated that the white substance was methamphetamine for personal use. The man was arrested and transported to Enumclaw Jail, where he was booked for possession of burglary tools. A citation for drug possession was mailed to the man following a field drug testing kit that confirmed the crystalline substance found was methamphetamine. BURGLARY: At 9:19 a.m. May 1, an officer was sent to Church Lake Drive in reference to a prior residential burglary. The resident reported unknown suspects had entered his garage overnight and stolen a battery charger. He

utor of research, funding and inspiration for libraries and museums. PCLS was among 10 other libraries and museums recognized by IMLS for community service and public outreach efforts. A press release from the institute said PCLS was recognized for catering to a diverse community. For example, an innovative non-Dewey Decimal system was put in place to

increase accessibility for library patrons. The library system was also praised for its Early Literacy Program, which partners with the health department and Child Care Aware of Tacoma/Pierce County. “Through innovative programs and partnerships, rooted in and developed as a result of research, the library system has been successful in leveraging community resources and

delivering high-value services,” it said. In the press release, Parikh credited the medal to library staff and partners within the community. “Our communities, staff, and partners – together, we are the award winner. With our partners, we are a valued community asset that is making a difference one person at a time,” said Parikh.

said he believed the suspects entered through an unlocked and unsecured door, as their were no signs of forced entry. He said he did not intend to file a report with his insurance company, but wanted police to be aware of the matter.

the Fred Meyer parking lot, where a woman reported her vehicle had been prowled. She stated she had parked almost 30 minutes earlier and returned to her car to find the passenger window smashed out. A purse containing only makeup had been stolen out of the vehicle. The officer provided the woman a case number.

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MISSING FROG: At 2 p.m. May 1, a citizen reported the theft of a decorative frog from his front yard. It had last been seen April 29. The man reported he had heard juveniles running around the neighborhood that evening, but had not seen anyone in the vicinity of his yard. The artwork was described as blue and black aluminum, approximately 30 inches long and 18 inches tall. A report was completed for informational purposes. VEHICLE PROWL: At 10:09 p.m. May 5, an officer was flagged down in

DRIVEWAY THEFT: At 8:40 a.m. May 6, a 193rd Avenue East resident reported the theft of tools from his driveway. More than $1,500 worth of heavy and light duty hardware — three of the items secured by bike chain — had been taken from under a tarp in ADVERTISING DEADLINES: his driveway. told police Deadline: JuneHe 4, 2013 he believed their was more than one suspect due to the weight of two generators among the inventory. The responding officer provided a case number and advised the man to monitor

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Willamette University presents the Jean Williams Award to female student athletes annually. This year’s recipients include a 2009 Bonney Lake graduate, Theresa Edwards. Edwards was chosen for the award because of her outstanding achievements in cross country and track. She has been a strong leader, accomplished athlete and dedicated scholar throughout her collegiate career. Edwards was named All-West Region and All-NWC three times. In cross country, she qualified for the NCAA Championships three times and once in the 1,500-meter run. She also won NWC titles in the 1500meter and 800-meter run last year. Edwards also has the highest GPA among her female scholar-athlete peers. For this, she received the ScholarAthlete Award. Edwards will complete this year with a double major

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Showcase honorees exemplify Panther Pride By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

The Showcase honorees pose for family photos after their award ceremony. From left: Josh Kersey, Amanda Body, Jessica Bahr, Taylor Friend, Sierra Espinal, Madisen Liddle, Michael Furnstahl and Chelsea Crawford. Not pictured: Karissa Olson (behind Espinal) and Zach Jones. Photo by Daniel Nash in her junior year, the same year the club advanced to state competition. She is an honor society member, ASB officer, and Panther fastpitch player. Career and Technical Education teacher Tricia Littlefield noted Crawford as a consistently poised, professional student with strong public speaking skills. Bahr was noted as an unsung scholar and gifted programmer by nominating teachers Shannon Thissen and Ellen Berwick. Berwick expressed no doubt that she could take the engineering world by

storm with her preternatural ability and focus. Bahr was a heavily involved member of the robotics club and school band all four years of high school, and she plans

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implementing a science curriculum for fifth grade students. “We taught the students about sustainable living and where their food comes from,” she said. “It was great to see their excitement over every little thing.” Edwards’ short-term goals include securing a research position for the next year to decide if she wants to pursue grad school studies. Born and raised in the Bonney Lake area, Edwards

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Bonney Lake High School honored 10 soon-to-graduate students in its annual Senior Showcase May 8. Every year prior to graduation, Bonney Lake High School faculty nominate students who demonstrate “excellence of mind (and) strength of character.” In 2013, those students were Jessica Bahr, Amanda Body, Chelsea Crawford, Sierra Espinal, Taylor Friend, Michael Furnstahl, Zach Jones, Josh Kersey, Madisen Liddle and Karissa Olsen. Espinal and Friend emceed the Wednesday night ceremony, announcing their fellow honorees to a procession of friends, family and faculty. Body is a founding member and copresident of the Panthers’ Robotics Club and recently earned a $20,000 engineering scholarship to the University of Idaho, where she said she planned to study mechanical engineering. Nominating teacher Jason Vander Hoek noted that Body often works with other student and looks out for those left out of groups. “She is just a fantastic person,” Vander Hoek said in a video about the honorees played at the ceremony. “She’s just one of those students who, when something’s due, she has it done and she has it done well,” English teacher Jennifer Fruehauf said. Crawford represents Washington as the state secretary for Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, a family and consumer sciences club. She joined the Bonney Lake chapter of the organization

to attend the University of Washington to pursue a degree in computer science or engineering. “I guess I don’t know what parts of the criteria don’t define her,” Thissen said. Kersey, who commutes from Tacoma to the Bonney Lake campus, is a student who overcame incredible odds and found his place in the school’s choir, according to choir director Amy Fuller. In her recommendation bio, she described how, during his freshman year, he displayed incredible skill singing “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” the first time she had heard his voice. The next year, he qualified for the advanced chamber choir, and a desire to continue participating motivated him to focus on his academic work. “He’s shown such an amazing change from his freshman year until now,” Fuller said, noting that he would work well into the night to complete whatever task he set his mind to. Olson was honored for being an outstanding academic performer, active member of ASB, Panther News Network associate and athlete. “Karissa is a dedicated team member who makes the sacrifices necessary to

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Taking a page from Benjamin Franklin’s book Do you know what your life thesis is? You have one whether you realize it or not. We all do. It’s the spectacles we use to interpret everything that happens to us. That life thesis comes as a result of major life events that shaped our thinking when we were young. Benjamin Franklin had just such a life thesis that deeply shaped his life. It was revealed to me in an excellent biography called “Benjamin Franklin: An American Life” by Walter Isaacson. According to Isaacson, Franklin’s life thesis came out of his experience of a Calvinist/Puritan background living in Boston in the early 1700s. He belonged to what Isaacson calls the “leather-apron” class – the middle class of his day. Franklin’s life thesis was to emphasize the virtues: diligence, frugality, and honesty. In practicing these virtues, one’s life should consist in serving the community and, in doing so, one could gain salvation through good works – a belief in direct opposition to his Puritan upbringing. Benjamin Franklin was the product of 18th century Enlightenment thinking, called the Age of Reason. He

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practiced the Protestant work ethic, believing one should work hard. But Franklin divorced dogma from his religious roots. He was one of the foremost teachers of religious tolerance. For most of his life he was a deist, one who believed God had created the universe like a great clock maker who then walks away, letting us humans determine how we will deal with God’s creation. Franklin started his life in the printing business, chafing in an apprenticeship under his older brother. At 17, Ben fled to Philadelphia where he eventually opened his own print shop. Through intelligence, diligence, frugality, honesty, and natural charm he became independently wealthy by

the time he was 25. He spent the rest of his long life serving society by organizing lending libraries, volunteer fire departments and the colonial post office. Because he valued education, he helped to create what became the University of Pennsylvania. Eventually he got involved in politics, helping to write the Declaration of Independence. As U.S. ambassador to France during the revolution he convinced the French to become an American ally. Without French assistance we would not have won the revolution. He also helped negotiate the Treaty of Paris ending the war. In his 80s he helped birth the U.S. Constitution and became governor of Pennsylvania. Franklin also was the most famous American scientist of his time with his experiments on electricity, invention of the lightning rod and mapping of the Gulf Stream, which shortened travel time to and from Europe. He also invented bifocals and studied the properties of light. He never patented any of his inventions, believing they would serve society better by being

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tion, Ben Franklin severed relations. Father and son never reconciled after the war. Franklin could never forgive him for supporting the British, but he raised William’s own illegitimate son, Temple, for a good deal of his childhood. My hope in this article is that you would begin to think about what your life thesis is by understanding Franklin’s life. Just like Franklin, we all have created a value system, colored glasses through which we evaluate everything that happens to us. The sooner we examine and focus on our life theses, the more effective we will be in accomplishing them.

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Office, then were picked up by a Bonney Lake Food Bank truck. So, your donations made at your mailbox in Bonney Lake are available for your east county community. Thank you USPS and others for sponsoring the food drive and making sure the food gets to those that need it. How else can you support the food bank? You can go on their website at http:// w w w.tea html and: • Donate online. • Want to have your own food drive? There are tips on how to do that, too. • How about planting a row in your garden and donate those fruits or vegetables to the food bank? • You can volunteer! Forms and fact sheets all conveniently located on the website. • You can patronize the Snack Shack at Allan Yorke Park Sunday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. during the summer months.

The food bank has a contract with the City of Bonney Lake to run the concession and the proceeds support food bank programs. The food bank has not found support for the summer meal program yet. Without funding there will be no meals. Federal eligibility rules have changed. The program in past summers has provided 1-18 year olds with lunches and dinners during the summer school break. Meals had been provided at Allan Yorke, Cedarview, Ponderosa Estates, Prairie Ridge and Rhododendron Parks. Is there someone out there willing to sponsor this important program? If so, call Stew at (253) 863-4043. Hunger is ongoing. Feeding the hungry is ongoing. A food drive during the holidays and this USPS food drive are not enough. The food bank needs dependable, steady donations to do their job. Please consider making regular donations throughout the year to help your neighbors. Thanks for giving!

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Parents are best defense in halting youth obesity By Joseph Magley

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The concern over obesity in children has garnered national attention. HBO broadcast the fourpart documentary “The Weight of the Nation” last year, shining a spotlight on the health of America’s children. Here are a couple of facts about obesity in children. • The percentage of children 6 to 11 years old who were overweight increased from 7 percent in 1980

to 20 percent in family meals think 2008. about serving some • Half of obese of the following: teenage girls will • Protein rich be extremely foods like lean obese by their meats, fish, eggs, early 30s. beans and nuts. There are a • Fiber-rich Dr. Joseph Magely number of things whole-grain breads parents can do to and cereals. help turn things around. • Lowfat or nonfat dairy One is changing the way products. your children and family Also, try grilling or eat. A simple practice is broiling instead of deep to eat meals together as a frying and avoid junk family whenever possible food binges by keeping it without any distractions. When you have those out of the house. Parents should avoid

forcing their children to finish all the food on their plate if they’re full. You should only eat when you’re hungry. Food should not be used as a reward or punishment with your children. You don’t have to eliminate sweets altogether, but focus on healthy nutrition and remember everything is fine in moderation. Finally, you can help encourage children to eat better and be more active when Mom and Dad eat better and are active them-

selves. You can set a great example for your kids by taking family walks, riding bicycles together, playing games and going to the park. Remember, eating healthier can be a fun and rewarding activity by introducing your children to new foods that will make them healthier adults. Why not make a new start with a family dinner tonight? Dr. Joseph Magley is family medicine and obstetrics physician at Franciscan Medical Clinic

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‘A Little Princess’ continues at PAC Staff Writer

Shaye Hodgins plays Sara Crewe, a young boarding school student regarded as a ‘princess’ for her generosity. Photo courtesy ManeStage

showcase FROM 5 ensure ‘the show will go on,’” teacher Shannon Carr-Cohen wrote. “She is by far the best leader I have taught.” Liddle was recognized for her rigorous AP course load, dedication to philanthropic organizations such as Key Club and Leo Club, and management of the Panther wrestling team. She has earned a United Way varsity letter two years in a row. Wrestling coach Anthony Clarke and school psychologist Denise Bowers, Liddle’s nominators, noted that she never complains about her demanding schedule, and shows “maturity beyond her years.” In his high school career, Furnstahl could be seen regularly as emcee at pep assemblies, Benefit Night and An Evening of Song and Desserts. His adventures on stage include the school choir, for which he is ASB president, and school musicals. Outside the spotlight, he is a founding

member of Scream Team — a student cheering section at Panther sporting events — and assisted in the Autism Walk. “Michael is an inspiration to others for his positive attitude and acceptance of every individual in the school,” Fuller said. “He is easy to talk to and has a smile on his face every day.” Espinal is a student and athlete who lives for others, according to nominating teacher Brandon Wentzel. She could be seen every morning holding the door open for her fellow students, handing out highfives and positive reinforcement. Co-nominator Amanda Ross noted she frequently hands out “pride grams” to her peers to show how much she cares. “Sierra is not self-seeking or quick to wonder what is in it for her,” Wentzel said. “Instead she leads with a vision that asks the question, ‘How can I help?’” Taylor Friend was Bonney Lake High School’s 2013 Daffodil Princess, an AP student, vice president of the Leo Club and president of the International

ManeStage Theatre Company continued its sixth season Saturday, opening a three-weekend run of “A Little Princess.” The show is a musical adaptation of the 1905 children’s novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, and boasts a 55-member cast and crew. The story follows Sara Crewe (played by Shaye Hodgins), an optimistic and kind girl raised by her wealthy sea captain father. Sara is enrolled in boarding school Club. A frequent volunteer at the food bank, senior homes and her church, she was selected as her school’s homecoming queen for the 2012-2013 school year. She plans to attend Brigham Young University Provo and work to become a doctor specializing in neonatal care. “(Taylor) is friendly, as her name would suggest, and always has a smile for you,” school office manager AnnMarie Casner said. Zach Jones, who played in the sub-district soccer tournament Wednesday and received his award in absentia, was recognized as a kind and dedicated student athlete. Principal Linda Masteller said Jones stood out as a person who balances maturity with a great sense of humor. Co-nominator Jay Paulson noted Jones as the best calculus student in the class of 2013, and as a person who consistently does what needs to be done. The Sumner High School Senior Showcase will take place May 29, in the Sumner Performing Arts Center.

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David Michael Maynard Jr. passed away on Friday, May 3, 2013 in an automobile accident. He was born on November 17, 1971 in Renton, Washington to David Maynard Sr. and Nancy Thompson. David grew up in Kent, Washington and attended Kentwood High School. He worked for APS Inc in North Bend. He is survived by his mother Nancy Thompson and her husband Harley, of Enumclaw; father David Maynard Sr., of Anaconda Montana; wife Kim Maynard, of Bonney Lake; son Tyler Maynard, of Orting; Meaghan and Jon Geiger, of Bonney Lake; older sister Kelli Flores and her husband David, of Lake Tapps; younger sister Leslie Carrier, of Enumclaw; nephew Jimmy Wilson, of Kent; Grandfather Lynn Richardson, of Kent; Grandmother Margaret Gerlach, of Kent and many Aunts and Uncles. He loved spending time with his family, hunting, fishing, sports, his dogs and taking vacations. He had a great sense of humor and loved to tease his friends and family. Donations can be made in his name at any US Bank to help his family. He was very much loved and will be terribly missed be all.

while her father travels abroad. Her affable manner and affinity for storytelling makes her popular with the other girls, but headmistress Miss Minchin’s (ManeStage Executive Director Brenda Henson) kindness is contingent on the Crewe family fortune. When Sara’s father suddenly dies and his estate is seized, she becomes a poor

servant under Minchin’s thumb. Can her innate kindness win out? Showings will run through May 26 at the Sumner Performing Arts Center. Evening shows, held at 7 p.m., will take place May 17, May 18, May 24 and May 25. Matinee shows, at 2 p.m., will take place May 18, May 19, May 25 and May 26.

Tickets are $18 for general admission, $15 for students, seniors 55 and older, and members of the military. Admission for children 10 and younger is $10, though the audience is asked not to bring children younger than three.Tickets can be obtained from the ManeStage website or by calling 253-447-7645.

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Panthers take fourth seed to state games By Dennis Box Editor

BLHS Boys Soccer

The Bonney Lake soccer team took fourth in the 3A West Central/Southwest District boys soccer tournament and punched its ticket to the state games. The Panthers were scheduled to play Lakeside Tuesday after the press deadline. Check the website, www.blscourierherald. com, for scores. If the Panthers win, the team will play Saturday. The game site or time was not listed on the state site Monday morning. The Panthers earned fourth in the district by beating Fort Vancouver 3-0 Saturday at Highline Stadium.

Moxi Oseland earned the shutout. Play was caught in midfield for much of the first half. The Panthers’ energy picked up twenty minutes in, and relief arrived in the form of a free kick from the corner of the goal box. Jacob Bohl scored the first goal unassisted at 38 minutes. Dalton Ogden with an assist from Suwilanji Silozi scored the second at 58. Silozi scored the third at 67 with an assist from Tyler John. The fourth seed win takes the Panthers to the state tournament for the second time in Bonney

Lake High School’s eightyear history. The team’s Lakeside match at Interbay Stadium is significant, as Lakeside booted the Panthers from the state tournament after a first-round loss. The Panthers beat Enumclaw 2-0 May 8 in the subdistrict tournament at Franklin Pierce. Taylor Mayfield and Oseland both earned the shutout. Ogden with an assist from Nick Douglas scored first at 37 minutes. Colton Tracy assisted by Silozi scored the second goal at 69. Reach Dennis Box at or 360-825-2555 ext. 5050.

Moxie Oseland, Panther goalie, pursues a ball kicked by a Fort Vancouver player Saturday. The ball went wide, bounced off the goal post Photo by Dennis Box

Sumner takes No. 1 seed By Dennis Box

SHS Boys Soccer

Sumner took the 2A West Central boys soccer tournament crown Saturday with 3-2 victory over Foster High. Sumner will be playing

7:30 p.m. Wednesday, today at Sunset Chev against Olympic High in the first round of the state championships. If Sumner wins the next


round will be Saturday. Check the website for scores and game updates, w w s cou r ierher a ld . com. On Friday, Sumner shut out Fife at home, winning 1-0.

Spartans finish second in district By Dennis Box Editor

SHS Baseball

The Sumner Spartans took second in the West Central 2A District baseball tournament and will play in the first round of state championship tournament Saturday.

Sumner will play Centralia 10 a.m. Saturday at Yakima County Stadium. In the district tournament Sumner won two and lost one. Saturday at the Kitsap

County Fairground, Sumner beat Lindbergh in the 1 p.m. game 3-1 and lost to Fife 3-2 in the second game of the day for the district title. May 8 the Spartans beat Bremerton at Franklin

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By Dennis Box Editor

BLHS Baseball

The Bonney Lake baseball team earned a spot in the state playoffs after winning two games in the district tournament. The Panthers will play Bellevue 10 a.m. Saturday at Dream Field in Mount

Vernon in the first round of the state tournament. After finishing fourth in the regular season the Panthers have battled through the playoffs to earn a state position. In the first game of the

West Central Southwest 3A Bi-District tournament Bonney Lake beat Timberline 4-3 at Heidelberg Davis Sports Complex May 7. The Panthers followed the Timberline victory with a 8-7 win over Mountain

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Panthers battle on to state

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Lucas Doll earns second lifting championship The White River High boys placed fourth and the girls were fifth at the 2013 Washington state powerlifting championships. The competition took place May 4 in Shelton. Lucus Doll, competing at 114 pounds, is now a two-time state champion, winning this year’s title over Erik Warner of Montesano. Doll made his final 335-pound dead lift attempt to defeat Warner and ended up winning the men’s Overall Best lifter award. Austin Ross totaled 1,355 pounds to take the title in the 220 weight class. Johnathan Valdez, Danielle

Palmer and Cassidy Johnson all placed second at state. Other state placers from White River were: Third place: Morgan Shirey, 114 pounds; Justyna Shilts, 148; and Ashley Kendziora, unlimited. Fourth place: Casandra Harris, 97 pounds; Tristan Knaus, 198; and McKinsie Shirey, 165. Fifth place: Marcus Leahy, 114 pounds; Alex Pennington, 181, Cyruss Stensen, 220, and Siara Sanabria, 165. Sixth place: Chelsea Weiman, 132 pounds.

Coach Juan Garibay offers plenty of encouragement as Lucas Doll lifts his way to a state powerlifting championship. Photo by Adam Leahy

Softball teams move on to district tournament By Dennis Box

Fastpitch Softball

Bonney Lake lost in the championship round 3-0 to Enumclaw.

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begins Friday at Sprinker Fields in Spanaway. The Panthers beat Kennedy Catholic 9-0 in the first game of the subdistrict tournament at Boise Creek Park in Enumclaw.

The Spartan girls finished fourth in the subdistrict tournament at Boise Creek Friday. Sumner beat Lindbergh 8-3 in the first round and lost to White



The Panthers took second in the subdistrict tournament after a win and loss Thursday. The district tournament


River 7-0 in the second game for the tournament title. The girls will be playing in the district tournament at Sprinker Friday. Check the website for scores and game updates,

Spartans FROM 10 Pierce 5-0. Against Lindbergh Logan Christensen was the winning pitcher going seven innings with nine strikeouts. Gage Whitehead hit 2-3 with one RBI. Christian Parson was the losing pitcher against Fife with four strikeouts and two walks. Chase Torgison hit 1-3 with a double and two RBIs. Parsons picked up the win against Bremerton with five Ks and two walks, giving up five hits. Torgison and Tysen Fischlin hit doubles with each going 2-3. Nathan Harrell hit 2-2 with one RBI.

panthers FROM 10 View at Propstra Stadium in Vancouver, Wash. The two wins assured the Panthers a state seed. Bonney Lake played two more games Saturday losing to Auburn Mountainview at the Lions’ field. The Panthers played a second game at Auburn Mountainview losing 5-0 to North Thurston. Check the website for scores,

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Rendi Johnson named to coaching association’s midwest all-stars team By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

Bonney Lake High School graduate and fastpitch softball player Rendi Johnson has continued her

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Fire Station unveils new sign East Pierce Fire and Rescue unveiled a new sign on the front of its South Prairie station during a ceremony Saturday attended by city officials, East Pierce personnel, a local Boy Scout Troop and numerous community members. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony in the bay of the fire station. Thanks to the coordinated efforts of the East Pierce Fire and Rescue Volunteer Firefighters’ Association and Boy Scout Luke Harlor, the new sign replaces one that was believed to have been created by Rainier School students more than 20 years ago. A portion of the original sign was saved and incorporated into the new design. Originally the Association asked Harlor for help in refurbishing the wooden plaque that hung in front of the station. Harlor agreed to repair the sign as part of his Eagle Scout service project. However, once he inspected the sign further, it was clear that it needed to be replaced.

So, the 16-year-old designed a new sign—cutting, sanding and painting the wood before assembling the finished product. According to East Pierce Volunteer Firefighter Sara Arneson, the new sign took more than 150 hours to complete. Paint and wood was donated by the Bonney Lake Lowes and Home Depot stores. Harlor will present his project for approval as part of his requirements for Eagle Scout. Eagle Scout is the highest rank attainable among the Boy Scouts of America. Requirements include earning at least 21 merit badges and demonstrating Scout spirit through an extensive service project that the Scout plans, organizes, leads and manages. Only six percent of all Boy Scouts ever achieve the honor. For Harlor, it runs in the family. His grandfather also reached the rank of Eagle Scout.

Active shooter drill Puyallup, WA — East Pierce Fire and Rescue participated in a multi-agency, active shooter training exersise yesterday at the Washington State Fair Events Center in Puyallup. The drill, sponsored by the Pierce County Department of Emergency Management (PCDEM) and the Pierce County Fire and Law Cooperative Training Committee, was attended by more than 100 members of local law enforcement, fire departments and emergency management agencies from throughout Pierce County.

Pictured from left are Luke Harlor, East Pierce Volunteer Firefighter Sara Arneson, Volunteer EMT DeAnn O’Leary, Firefighter-Paramedic Mason Lewis and Chief Jerry E. Thorson. Courtesy Photo.

According to Kristin Tinsley, public information officer for PCDEM, the purpose of the exercise is to not only develop skills for responding to these types of calls, but promote and improve communication among the agencies that respond to violent incidents. Participants rotated through five stations that included protocols for responding to violence, wound management, basic patrol breaching, explosive ordinance recognition, and school response guidelines. In addition to participating in the exercises, East Pierce firefighter-paramedics assisted in the wound management station, demonstrating techniques for controlling bleeding caused by gun shots and knife wounds. The FBI notes that active shooter incidents often occur

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No mental escape from the waiting room I took my daughter to the first of many orthodontist appointments to come. She is about to get a full set of braces at 15 and a half years old. She has had orthodontia work before, but for this second phase they had to wait for her to quit growing. I know how this works – in the beginning we’ll go to the orthodontist about once a week. After a month or so it will be every couple weeks for the duration, give or take a week here and there. The short explanation is, for approximately the next two years we will spend a lot of time at the orthodontist. But what I really want to talk about are the waiting rooms. I upgraded my daughter from the children’s dentist to a general dentist mostly because my oldest is 18 and children’s dentists stop treating kids when they hit 18. But also, it’s nice for my youngest, at almost 16, not to have to sit in a dentist/orthodontist office with toy trains traveling overhead and cartoons on the TVs (okay, maybe the cartoons were fine, but you get the point). The “grown up” orthodontist is a whole different office. It’s a really nice office with comfortable chairs, snacks for the kids after school, coffee for the adults and of course magazines. This is a new office to us and as I sat down to wait for my daughter during this first appointment, I scanned the selec-

tion of magazines: Time, Outdoor Living, National Geographic, varied home and garden magazines and parenting magazines. I was highly disappointed; the last thing I want to do is read something smart when I’m sitting in a waiting room. Nor do I want to read about parenting, gardening or how to give more style to my home. Magazines in waiting rooms should be an escape for parents. I feel like a good parent just attending to my daughter’s orthodontic needs, I don’t want to be reminded of what I could be doing better. I don’t want to know what I should be planting right now or how I need to redecorate my home to reflect the newly accepted styles. I also don’t want to be reminded of how to eat right, what I should be wearing or reading, and how much exercise I should be getting. I don’t want to know where the “in” place is to travel or what I should have done for my children when they were small. Even the medical clinic I go to now has jumped on the band wagon with only parenting magazines and journals on improving health. What I really want to read when I am sitting in anyone’s waiting room is People, US, and any other gossip magazine that will help me escape into a world which I know to be unattainable. Somehow reading about the movie stars’

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ic life. So as I looked around at my reading choices, then went up and paid the receptionist, I mentioned to her my desire Gretchen Leigh to have People magazine. She exclaimed, Columnist “I think we just got a new one!” But then she couldn’t find it. That’s drama makes me feel better about my own less dramat- probably because, unlike all

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I sighed, dutifully went back to my seat and pulled out my cell phone and played a mindless game for the few minutes until my daughter was finished. It’s going to be a long two years. Gretchen Leigh is a stayat-home mom who lives in

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Basking in beautiful natural color The third week of May means it is time to fill your garden with color. Gardeners all over the world bask in the beauty of natural color so take a peek at global inspiration to design a patio or deck that will inspire joy all summer long.

Hot orange and bright yellow – Go warm with inspiration from south of the border

In our often-cloudy climate you can heat up your patio by choosing plants like bright orange calendulas, nasturtiums and geraniums paired with yellow marigolds, vibrant coleus and classic terra cotta pots. Add more punches of bright color with pillows and seat cushions that are in the same color family and display your travel memories from Mexico or the sunny Mediterranean. Orange and yellow flowers will stand out on sunny patios but can also be used to brighten a shaded corner. Just substitute the intense red, orange and yellow blooms of begonias. The bright orange Bonfire begonia

be found on varieties of geraniums, lobelia, The petunias, begonias Compleat and also in plants with variegated foliage. Home Show off the moon Gardener shades of these white bloomers by potting Marianne Binetti them in dark black Columnist or even deep blue pots and you’ll have is a vigorous grower in sun a display that is fresh, or shade with more pointed arresting and contemporary. leaves, often called the angel Don’t have any dark black wing begonia due to the dis- containers? A color change tinctive leaf shape. The more is just a can of spray paint rounded blooms and foliage away. You can quickly transof the Non-stop begonia has form an old pot into a new a name describing the flower- color with spray paint. New ing cycle – these begonias just types of spray paint are now keep blooming, non-stop, all sold for painting plastic pots. summer long. Look for pillows and cushions in a graphic black and white print – or make your own outdoor cushions using the water-resistant fabric from a shower curtain.

Bright white, with splashes of green – create a classic garden theme by limiting the Pretty in pastels – pink, lavender, rose and colors Who can resist the rainbow cream of flower colors displayed at

No color theme is as soothing as colors calmed by a tint of white and pastel colors are natural in the garden. Choose a brighter focal point color like a hot pink geranium and build around it in the same color family using lavender

nurseries this month? If you have a desire for a cool, classic and formal look – especially for a front yard display – then seek out all-white flowers for a summer garden that will stand out from all the rest. Pristine white blooms can

lobelia and blush-colored impatiens or mix it up with a rainbow of soft colors against soothing hues of aqua blue, pale yellow or rich cream accents. You can change the color of your outdoor furniture to match the hue or theme of your patio or deck makeover. No matter if your furniture is made of wood, metal or even wicker, you can freshen it up with paint, or just scrub off the winter grime and get ready to enjoy the summer season in your very own color-themed paradise. • • • Marianne Binetti has a degree in horticulture from Washington State University and is the author of “Easy Answers for Great Gardens” and several other books. For book requests or answers to gardening questions, write to her at: P.O. Box 872, Enumclaw, 98022. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope for a personal reply. For more gardening information, she can be reached at her Web site, Copyright for this column owned by Marianne Binetti.

Baby Boomers – those born between 1946 through 1964 – will live longer than any other generation before them, but they will not necessarily be healthier. In fact, many are already burdened with more chronic illnesses such as heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes than their parents and grandparents were. Most of these health problems are lifestyle-related and could be prevented through changes in diet, exercise and weight management, but for some reason these messages seem hard to get across. A recent study conducted by the West Virginia University School of Medicine found that in spite of better education and greater awareness in health matters as well as advancements in medicine, baby boomers will likely face more sickness in their twilight years than generations before them. The study found that the number of boomers who

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gleigh FROM 14 Covington. You can find her in the orthodontist’s waiting room for the next two years. You can also read more of her writing and her daily blog on her website or on Facebook at “Living with Gleigh.” Her column is available every week under the Lifestyles section.




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book author who took part in conducting the survey. The good news is that baby boomer retirees have more and better tools at their disposal to improve their health and age better than any of their predecessors. The keyword is prevention. Just as important as putting money aside for a rainy day is to take care of one’s health by eating right, exercising, staying within a healthy weight range and keeping the mind sharp. For this, it is never too soon or too late to start. Undoubtedly, baby boomers are about to face many unprecedented challenges as they approach retirement in great numbers. But they are also well equipped to handle them with the same adventurous and pioneering spirit that got them through life so far.

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Tacoma. Tim and I certainly aren’t close socially, but on a few occasions we’ve shared interesting, extended conversations Wally DuChateau over lunch withColumnist out lapsing into scriptural readings a month, if that often. every couple minNevertheless, I still enjoy utes. Tim is probably the their company. best Biblical scholar I’ve That’s especially true of ever known, yet he holds Tim Shaw. Tim was born no particular bureaucratic and raised in Enumclaw status within his church, and is a product of our high other then being an elder school. Though he never in a congregation that has attended college or tech- many of them. I’m truly nical schools, he taught amazed by his ability not himself quite a lot about only to locate specific bibcomputer programming lical verses and chapters and, today, he’s a senior and interpret their meanprogrammer with the ing, but also by his knowlInformation Technology Department for the city of See wally, Page 23


have high cholesterol has more than doubled compared to the previous generation. Nearly 40 percent are obese, an increase of over 10 percent in just 12 years. Less than half exercise regularly, and a rapidly growing number can’t walk without using a cane or a walker. Boomers are also reported to suffer more from mental illness and alcohol and drug addiction than their parents did. In other words, baby boomers appear to be heading for retirement in worse shape than those born before World War II. According to a report by the National Bureau of Economic Research, a private nonprofit research organization specializing in economic studies, some of the lifestyle choices of this generation are resulting in “hazardous trends” in terms of health and aging. Especially the drastic increase in weight problems and obesity over the last few decades raise serious concerns about the future health and physical functioning of aging baby boomers, the report concludes.

At the same time, a large percentage is woefully unprepared for retirement in terms of finances and coverage of their health care needs. Nearly 90 percent are not sure they will have enough money to live out their years in comfort and financial security. 44 percent have little or no faith that they can sustain themselves without outside help, and 25 percent don’t think they will ever be able to retire, according to a survey by the Associated Press. That is why health concerns are a priority for baby boomers not just per se but also for financial reasons. When Merrill Lynch, a wealth management company, asked in a recent survey thousands of Americans age 45 and older about their perspectives on retirement, the prospect of serious health problems topped the list of worries, followed by becoming a burden on loved ones and running out of money. Health disruption is especially worrisome because it’s unpredictable, can be very expensive and can force people to retire earlier than they had planned or were ready to because of disabilities, says Dr. Ken Dychtwald, a gerontologist and bestselling

ing them never to return, and slamming the door in their faces. Comedian Bill Maher jokes that the bodies littering his front yard are the result of his emptying an assault rifle clip on a bunch of “Witnesses,” which really isn’t much of a joke. Well, friends, it’s different here. They first dropped around my funny little house about 10 years ago and I invited them inside. We sat down in my breakfast nook and, after the necessary introductions, we threw a few theological questions up for discussion, reminding me of my early undergraduate years at Washington State University. Today, I don’t see much of them anymore, perhaps once

a blind or drapery – but then refuses to answer the door. Others are a bit more sociable; that is, they talk briefly with the visitors and accept their religious literature. Still others might become quite angry, ordering the visitors off the porch, warn-


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I speak now, as you may have guessed, of the Jehovah’s Witnesses. They can never be sure what kind of reception they’ll receive. Someone inside the home often peaks surreptitiously at them – and occasionally, quite conspicuously through


I suspect they’ve visited nearly all of you at one time or another, usually late on a Saturday morning. They knock on your door, wearing semi-formal attire, looking quite respectable and happy, and confidently carrying their Bibles.

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CITY OF ENUMCLAW PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE A Public Hearing of the Enumclaw Planning Commission has been scheduled for Thursday, May 23, 2013 during its regularly scheduled meeting beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Enumclaw Council Chambers at City Hall, 1339 Griffin Ave nu e. T h e P u bl i c Hearing is for updates to Enumclaw Municipal Code Chapters 16.02, 16.04, 16.06, 16.15, 16.26, 16.28, and 16.30 all pertaining to adoption of the 2012 state and local building and fire code amendments. For further information, please contact Erika Shook, Community Development Director, at (360) 825-3593 ext 5725. City of Enumclaw C o m m u n i t y D eve l o p ment Department # 5/15/13 The Enumclaw School District is now accepting bids from contractors for the following services: OT .5 FTE, PT 1.0 FTE serving Elementary, Middle and High School students for the 2013-2014 s c h o o l ye a r. P l e a s e email hourly rates and availability of providers t o Anne_Chambers@enum c l a w. w e d n e t . e d u b y June 12, 2013. # 480020 5/15/13 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE Estate of: HARRY A. CONNOR, Deceased. NO. 13-4-00693-9 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) The Co-Personal Representatives named below has been appointed and has qualified as Co-Personal Representatives of this estate. Any persons having a claim against the decedent must, be- or

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fore the time the claim would be barred by any o t h e r w i s e a p p l i c a bl e statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Co-Personal Representatives or the attorneys of record at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) thirty days after the Co-Personal Repres e n t a t i ve s s e r ve d o r mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of First Publication: Wednesday, May 8, 2012. Co-Personal Representatives: James P. Conner, CoPR Susan E. Cunningham, Co-PR Attorney for Personal Representative: Michael J. Reynolds Address for Mailing or Service: Reynolds Burton Attorneys 1219 Cole St. Enumclaw, WA. 98022 # 478590 5/8/13, 5/15/13, 5/22/13

bing or mailing to the P.R. or the P.R.’s attorney at the address stated and the original of the claim with the Clerk of this Court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of [1] thirty days after the P.R. served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided in RCW 11.40.020(1){c}, or (2) within four months after the date of first publication of this notice. If thre claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the probate assets and non-probate assets. DATE OF FILING COPY OF NOTICE TO CREDITORS: April 22, 2013 DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION: May 1, 2013 /s/ BARRY C. KOMBOL P.O. Box 100 B l a ck D i a m o n d , WA 98010 /s/ DONALD PETRUSSE 31615 Third Ave B l a c k D i a m o n d , WA 98010 BA R RY C . KO M B O L WSBA #8145 Attorney for Estate/ P.O. Box 100 31615 Third Avenue B l a c k D i a m o n d , WA . 98010 Tel: ( 3 6 0 ) 8 8 6 - 2 8 6 8 / (425)432-3380 # 476911 5/1/13, 5/8/13, 5/15/13

Public Participation and Comment: Anyone may review the application, submit comments, participate in the hear ing, or request a copy of the decision. For fur ther infor mation, please contact the Community Development Director at (360) 825-3593. Administrator of Development Regulations Erika Shook, Community Development Director 1309 Myrtle Avenue Enumclaw, WA 98022 Phone (360) 825-3593 FAX (360) 825-7232 # 480333 5/15/13

barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Personal Representative or the Personal Representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Personal Representative ser ved or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1) (c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of Filing Copy of Notice to Creditors: May 9, 2013. Date of First Publication: May 15, 2013. FA R R L AW G R O U P, PLLC By: M. Owen Gabrielson, WSBA #34214 P.O. Box 890 Enumclaw, WA 98022 Attorneys for Executrix/ Personal Representative /s/ Diane L. Thomas Hart Executrix/Personal Representative # 480866 5/15/13, 5/22/13, 5/29/13

LKQ Foster Auto Parts, I n c . d b a L K Q Wa l t & Vern’s 854. is seeking modification of per mit coverage under the Washington Department o f E c o l o g y ’s N P D E S G e n e r a l Pe r m i t fo r Stormwater Discharges Associated with Industrial Activities at the Industrial site, known as LKQ of Washington 1854 located at 28525 Hwy 410 E, in Buckley Washington 98321. Activities requiring permit modification include requesting a level two corrective action extension of time to fully imp l e m e n t a n d va l i d a t e structural source control BMP related improvements, to enhance storm water quality Any person desiring to present their views to the Department of Ecology concerning this application may notify Ecology in writing within 30 days from the last date of publication of this notice. Comments may be submitted to: Washington Dept of Ecology, Water Quality ProgramIndustrial Stor mwater, PO Box 47696, Olympia WA 98504-7696. # 477784 5/8/13, 5/15/13 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY In Re the Matter of the Estates of: FRED SILVESTRI, Deceased. No. 13-4-07900-1KNT NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Personal Representative named below has been appointed and has qualified as Executrix of this estate. Any person having a claim against the deceased must, prior to the time such claims would be barred by any o t h e r w i s e a p p l i c a bl e statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serv-

NOTICE OF APPLICATION and PUBLIC HEARING Permit Application Number: Variance #13107 Description of Variance Request: The applicant is requesting a variance from the minimum 7½’ side yard setback requirement for a roughly 27050 sf addition to a legally non-confo r m i n g s i n g l e - fa m i l y residence in the Residential 2 zoning district. The east elevation of the existing residence and carport are setback four feet, two inches (4’ 2�) to the eaves and five feet, four inches (5’ 4�) to the exterior walls from the east lot boundary. The new addition would replace the roughly 265 sf carport and would maint a i n t h e ex i s t i n g e n croachment of three feet, four inches (3’ 4�) into the current side yard setback as measured to the eaves. Dates: T h i s a p p l i c a t i o n wa s submitted on: M a y 1 , 2013 T h i s a p p l i c a t i o n wa s deemed complete on: May 9, 2013 This notice was posted on: May 13, 2013 This notice was published on: May 15, 2013 Applicant: Jerry Hjorten Jr. Location of Proposal: 1643 Washington Avenue Public Hearing and Comment Period: On May 29, 2013 at 5:30 p.m., the Hearing Examiner for the City of Enumclaw will hold a public hearing on this proposal at the City Hall Council Chambers located at 1339 Griffin Avenue. Written comments may be submitted to the Department of Community Development until May 29, 2013 by 4:30 p.m. Written materials may be submitted and oral testimony given at the public hearing.

SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY The Estate of ANITA BELLAMY (a.k.a. IMO ANITA BELLAMY), Deceased. Case No. 13-4-07955-8KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) BONITA (BONNIE) E. KENNEDY has been appointed as Executr ix/ Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent that arose before the decedent’s death must, before the time the claim would be barred by any o t h e r w i s e a p p l i c a bl e statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Personal Representative or the Personal Representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Personal Representative ser ved or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1) (c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of Filing Copy of Notice to Creditors: April 26, 2013. Date of First Publication: May 1, 2013. FA R R L AW G R O U P, PLLC By: M. Owen Gabrielson, WSBA #34214 P.O. Box 890 Enumclaw, WA 98022 Attorneys for Executrix/ Personal Representative /s/ BONITA (BONNIE) E. KENNEDY Executrix/Personal Representative # 476982 5/1/13, 5/8/13, 5/15/13

SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY The Estate of WAHNEETA L. THOMAS Deceased. Case No. 13-4-08203-6KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) DIANE L. THOMAS HART has been appointed as Executrix/ Personal Representative of this estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent that arose bef o r e t h e d e c e d e n t ’s death must, before the time the claim would be

SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY The Estate of VERNA M. BROMLEY, Deceased. Case No. 13-4-07864-1KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) JA M E S K . B RO M L E Y a n d C A RO LY N N S U E CLUTINGER have been appointed as Co-Executors/ Personal Representatives of this estate. A ny p e r s o n h av i n g a claim against the decedent that arose before t h e d e c e d e n t ’s d e a t h must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to o n e o f t h e Pe r s o n a l Representatives or the Personal Representative’s attor neys at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Personal Representative ser ved or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided under RCW 11.40.020(1) (c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication of the notice. If the claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of Filing Copy of Notice to Creditors: April 24, 2013. Date of First Publication: May 1, 2013. continued on page 19

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HUGE GARAGE SALE!! May 17th & 18th, 9am 5pm, 1001 Pike Street NE, 98002. Beautiful Collectors Rolltop Organ, “Like New” Couch, Fur niture, Exercise Equipment, Lamps, H o u s e w a r e s , To o l s , Toys, Clothing, Seasonal. Raising Funds for Youth Activities. Cash Only!


HUGE garage sale. Nice wood computer cabinet, new Huffy women’s bike, antique 3 burner kerosene stove and glassware, 2 yr Singer sewing machine, 14’ Micro Craft aluminum boat next to new 8 HP Honda and EZ LDR trailer. May 17th-19th, 9AM-7PM on 2 0 0 t h b e t we e n 3 8 4 t h and 400th, follow balloons and signs. 3 9 0 0 1 2 0 0 t h Ave S E ENUMCLAW Fri, 9-5 & Sat, 9-4. Fur- ( b e t w e e n E n u m c l aw niture, rugs, picnic table, Auburn). Something for stroller, baby/ household everyone. Cash only. items. 606 Blake Street.

each week. There are 2 readers per household. That’s 52,800 impressions. This does not include our website.

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MOVING SALE. Friday, Saturday, Sunday; May 17th - 19th, 10am - 5pm, 644 Milwaukee Blvd So., Pacific. Furniture, Tools, Yard Tools, Christmas Decorations, Many Craft Items, Coffee Tables, Dining Room Set, Sofa, Chairs, Jewelr y and More! Great Prices!

SKY ISLAND’S Annual Community Garage Sale. Friday and Saturday, May 17th-18th, 9am-4pm. Turn South at Sky Island Dr ive and Wilkerson HILL & COTHARY, 8am H w y 4 1 0 . M i s c . C h i l to 4pm, Friday thru Sun- drens, Crafts, Antiques day, May 17th - 19th. and Estate Items! Multiple Families. Tools, Antiques, Crock Pots, The Courier-Herald Reaches Far Excalibur Dehydrators, Beyond Other Advertising Vehicles* Fur niture, Fabric, Ar t, +81.4% over direct mail +54.2% over Val Pak Marble and Livingston +94.1% over Red Plum Boat. Look for Signs! *Source- Pulse Reports

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A N N UA L S U N S E T Meadows Sale! Tons of great quality donated items from A to Z! Fr i d ay & S a t u r d ay, May 17 th & 18 th from 9am to 4pm located off o f 2 3 4 t h i n B u ck l ey. Follow signs.


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GARAGE SALE. Saturday, May 18th, 8am 3pm. House in Copperwynd Development, 472 Sorenson Street. Includes Electronics, Sporting Goods, Clothes, Hamster Cages, Kitchenware, Toys and More.

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al creation of Adam and Eve, while I tend toward an evolutionary explanation and regard the Biblical story as a parable. Witnesses believe the flood in Noah’s day covered the entire earth, while I choose

to limit its scope to the Middle East region since there’s no geological evidence to support the broader view. There are even major differences in our conceptions of Christ and God and, in fact, ultra-con-

servative Christians might call my ideas blasphemous. Still, despite such deep philosophical differences, I can confidently call Tim my friend and I’m sure he feels the same about me.

All those crazy damn extremists raising hell all over the Middle East – factions, I would remind you, of the Muslim faith that have declared war on one another – could learn quite a lot from me and Tim.

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