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Kenmore field for City Council elections crowded BY MATT PHELPS mphelps@bothell-reporter.com

The field for three Kenmore City Council positions is set. With each position drawing more than two candidates, the August primary will be an important step in

picking who represents the citizens during the next term. Three residents have filed to run for Position 2. Incumbent Laurie Sperry, who has served since 2006, is seeking a third term. Sperry did not reply to an email request for an interview.

Kenmore residents Mark Prince and Bob Black have also joined the race for Position 2. Prince, 51, is a production supervisor and packaging designer with a company in Woodinville. He and Black said that the council is mak-

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ing bad decisions and lacks vision. Prince and Black also said the number of candidates shows citizens are worried about the decisions being made. Eliminating primaries would “provide citizens with

a better choice,” according to Black. “If the city is doing its job right, it should not have to take the actions of the citizens to bring problems to city hall for correction,” said Prince. “The city, its employees and the council need to be ac-

countable and responsible for their actions and how they use our money and [make] decisions.” Prince said that he learned sound business ethics from his parents who taught him “you can’t spend what you [ more KENMORE page 11 ]

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Music fundraiser to be held next Friday, family files tort claim with state BY MATT PHELPS mphelps@bothell-reporter.com

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he Owen family of Bothell has been through a lot during the past six months. They were returning home over the pass last December during a heavy snow and ice storm when their deadly nightmare began. A gigantic tree, weighed down by ice and snow, fell on their 1999 Chevy Suburban, killing Timothy J. Owen and his wife Cheryl. The rest of the family, son Jeremy Owen, daughters Jessie Owen, Jaime Mayer and son-in-law Steven Mayer were left to pick up the pieces and heal. But there is also the financial burden of healing and

mental anguish. The family has filed a tort claim with the state for damages stemming from alleged negligence by state workers, and community members are preparing for a benefit for Jessie Owen, who is still dealing with severe injuries. Community members and family are setting up a fundraiser for Jamie. The Rock for Love Benefit Concert will take place on June 14 at the Northshore Senior Center at 10201 East Riverside Drive in Bothell. The event will feature a performance by Bored of Education featuring Frank Love Teachers with Carolus. The family show begins at 6:30 p.m. with the 21-andover show at 9 p.m. [ more OWEN page 6 ]

The staff of Kenmore Camera, from left Mary Panichi, Bob Donovan, Jim Donovan, Michael Donovan and Scott Donovan, will move into their new location in Kenmore this fall. The store will anchor the redeveloped Kenmore Village after all construction is complete. The new location is 17,000-square feet, more than tripling the space from the 4,600-square feet at the previous location. Kenmore Camera opened in its current location in 1974 and has been a staple of downtown Kenmore ever since. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Only one Bothell council seat draws challengers, 3 unopposed

The official filing period for the 2013 election came and went and the wild ride ended with only one contested race in Bothell and one council member opting out

of his seat. The biggest news came from Councilman Patrick Ewing who will not run for re-eletcion. The two-term councilman will leave his Position 5 seat on the Bothell City Council after eight years. Ewing was first elected in

2005 and won again in 2009. Ewing told the Reporter that he will make a statement later on this summer about his decision. The vacancy in Position 5 created an opportunity for candidates to run without challenging an incumbent.

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But the three candidates who filed will run against each other during a primary in August. Bothell resident and Planning Commissioner Steven A. Booth, 57, filed to run with the Public Disclosure Commission on May 9 but

did not choose a specific position at the time. He has since chosen Position 5. “I am running for the Bothell City Council to protect public safety, help execute the vision for our downtown revitalization and to make sure our tax dollars are spent

efficiently and wisely,” said Booth, who served in the United States Army and has a Masters in Business Administration. “… Last year, I was honored to be chosen by the city council to serve on the [ more BOTHELL page 3]

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Planning Commission. It has been a great opportunity to serve and work on Bothell’s land-use policies to protect residents and help businesses grow. I have worked closely on our downtown revitalization and strongly support the McMenamins project, which will preserve the historic Anderson School and bring another great family-owned business to our downtown.” Booth is also a former Northshore Youth Basketball Association coach and currently on the executive leadership council of

Hopelink. He said he has is still room for improvebeen endorsed by the city of ment. I see crowded roads, Bothell firefighters. safety issues, a general need Tris Samberg, who has to improve schools for our run for council in the past, future generations and, has also thrown her hat of course, new projects in the ring for Posistarting with no end tion 5, along with in sight, which only vote newcomer Nadia cause plenty of inK. Mustafa, accordconvenience in our ing to King County neighborhoods.” Elections. Mustafa immigrat“Over the course ed to the United States in of years, I have noticed the 1990s and has lived in a gradual disconnection Bothell since 2002. between the city council “With Mr. Ewing exiting and the citizens of Bothell,” his position, this gives me said Mustafa. “Although the an opportunity to bring council has been doing a good job, I believe that there

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here is a stark contrast this year between Bothell and Kenmore when it comes to their respective city council elections. The normal jostling of candidates for each position took place late last month to see who will run and who won’t. In Bothell, it mainly came down to who won’t run. Longtime Bothell Councilman Patrick Ewing decided to step away from elected office. During his service, Ewing served as mayor and has given his time to the city - a fact that any elected representative should be commended. And by the lack of candidates in Bothell, giving time is a rare quality in its citizens this year. Ewing’s vacated seat drew three candidates. The other three positions drew zero newcomers. All the candidates know that running for an open seat is a lot easier than running against an incumbent. But they also saw running in a primary as a better alternative than running against an incumbent in November. Incumbents have an inherent advantage in an election. They have a name recognition, fundraising and experience advantage. And while Bothell Planning Commissioner Steven Booth has some name recognition and Tris Samberg has run for office in the past, neither has a gigantic advantage in this race. Many people don’t pay attention to city council races until their ballot arrives - and even then they may not pay attention. They might see a council member’s name in the paper or meet one at a school function for their kids. Many people don’t pay attention to local politics. But they should. City council members pass more laws in one term that will affect local residents than the federal government will in a decade. They control local taxes, maintenance and zoning laws, among many other issues. The fact that only one position on the Bothell City Council is contested should worry residents. This is not commentary on the job the current

council members in Bothell are doing. But even the best of elected officials have critics and it does show an apparent apathy. If those critics do not step forward to try to make a change or at least spark a discussion of alternative ideas, it does no good to live in a democracy. The discussion on the future of Bothell during this election cycle will be dominated by just three people running for one seat - and that is only until August when it will be narrowed to just two candidates. A robust discussion about what government will and won’t do is at the heart of our democracy. Kenmore is the complete opposite, as each of the three positions up for election has three candidates. Each position will have a primary, with the two top vote getters moving on to the general election in November. This affords Kenmore residents an opportunity to discuss the city’s future in a more robust and public manner. Differing ideas will be put forward with Matt Phelps

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citizens having the final say in the direction of taxes, zoning and maintenance, among other issues. Working in community journalism for more than a decade I have learned that there are many issues people are passionate about. My answering machine and email are constantly full of messages from residents complaining about what is wrong with the city. But getting those issues changed takes more than just complaining. It takes getting involved. The filing period for the 2013 election has passed. But your opportunity to get involved with your city’s future has not. I encourage all Kenmore and Bothell residents to write a letter to the editor for the Reporter to publish in an upcoming issue. Email them to letters@bothell-reporter.com. Let the candidates know what is important to you and what you want to see changed or maintained in your city. Be a part of the discussion. Not all candidates for public office win election. In Kenmore, only 33 percent of the candidates will take office. But all residents win when there is a good political discussion and all ideas are vetted.

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Kindergarten switches hurt older students too My name is Samantha, and I am in the eighth grade at Leota Junior High. I wish to write about the Northshore School District’s decision to bus the half day kindergarteners from their homes near Kokanee to Maywood Hills Elementary. This change to the kindergarten program will have a significant effect on me and my family. When we were discussing these adjustments as a family, I immediately recognized the impact on me. If my sister is assigned to afternoon kindergarten, the timing of the bus will make it impossible for my mom to pick me up after school if I participate in after-school activities. As we all know, about half of what colleges look for is how many and what activities you participate in during your ninth through 12th grade years. My goal in life is to go to a competitive college. It is important to me that I will be able to put in my college application that I have participated in sports. But how will this be possible if my mom can’t pick me up? Not only will this affect my goal for college, but it will take away the joy I have

with Rogers and Curtis making a political attempt to start a North-End Neighborhood Association. At that time, the city council had just raised our property taxes 24 percent but was publicly refusing to admit responsibility for the tax increase. Rogers, Curtis and Trout had Councilman Jack Crawford Samantha, eighth grade NORTHSHORE speak to the neighborhood Bothell student group on the issue. Former Mayor Crawford denied that there was a city tax increase of 24 percent and told the public to: “go home and check your tax bills; the school district might have done it, the For 10 years, politically active county might have done it, but Kenmembers of the Christ Church of more did not raise your taxes.” That Kirkland have imposed on Kenmore was an outright lie, and I am sorry for a singleminded political thought, having to use the word. deception, intolerance and outright I checked my tax bill, and I checked hostility against anyone with political the tax bills (online) for Rogers, Curviews that they do not agree with. tis, and Trout and all of our Kenmore Here is a little history: taxes had gone up 24 percent. When With three church members I provided the proof to Crawford and already on the council - Laurie Sperry, asked him to correct his false stateGlenn Rogers and Milton Curments he responded by email with tis - there is now a fourth member, insults and bullying tactics. Charles Crouch, running for council Rogers, Curtis and Trout all supPosition 4. ported Crawford, hostility and all, and Associate Pastor Dennis Trout refused to hold him accountable. started the political activism in 2002 at school. The district’s decision to bus kindergartener’s so far away may impact my opportunities for college education. The district’s motto is, “Strengthening Our Community Through Excellence in Education.” How does limiting my educational opportunities support this motto?

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This was the start of a pattern of deceptive and bullying behavior by this church group that continues to this day. Crawford was a political ally of the church group who also had an agenda to ban cardroom gambling at Kenmore Lanes. They wanted gambling out of Kenmore regardless of the $800,000 in city tax revenue or the public vote against the ban. Trout did not respect the public vote and responded that: “We’ll just get another member on the city council.” That member was Sperry, who then ran in 2005 and is up for re-election this year. Prior to 2005 most council campaigns spent between $1,000 and $2,000. Sperry’s 2005 campaign raised $8,600 in contributions and loans with more than half of her reported contributions coming from supporters who did not live in Kenmore. This is the same Laurie Sperry who famously wanted to fight another council member in an executive session, stating that she wanted to do “real bodily harm” to that person because the other council member was not being “positive.” For Sperry, being “positive” means that you cannot [ more LETTERS page 5 ]


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Lockwood Elementary School PTA is hosting a community-wide carnival and art walk from 5:30-8:30 p.m. on Friday, June 7, to celebrate the school’s 50th anniversary. Principal Ann Madsen will host a “Meet and Greet” for new 2013-14 Lockwood families prior to the carnival at 5 p.m. “Calling all alumni who attended as a student, taught, worked, volunteered or are a friend of Lockwood Elementary School during the past 50 years. We are looking for all Lockwood Leopards to come back home to the ‘pride,’” said Madsen. Rub shoulders with awesome students, parents, staff and volunteers who have made Lockwood a great school for 50 years. When the Space Needle went up, so did Lockwood. Enjoy happy memories, stories, see old

friends and classmates. It will be a night to remember with bouncy houses, cotton candy, ice cream, food booths, many carnival games and lots of prizes, including a Nintendo DS. Walk through the Nostalgia History Hall and look for former teachers and friends in old yearbooks and photos. “Lockwood PTA is hosting a very special 50th anniversary,” stated Madsen. “See your alma mater and how it has changed. Come join us.” The carnival is open to the community with free admission to all. Food booths will accept cash only. Small bills are appreciated. Please park at Kenmore Junior High School, 20323 66th Ave. NE, Kenmore, and use the connecting pathway. For more information, contact Kasie Harvey, 425354-8889, kasieharvey@ gmail.com. Lockwood Elementary School is located at 24118 Lockwood Road in Bothell 98021.

flow problem or a need for tax increases. They supported their position not with facts or responsible debate but only with false, irresponsible and immature personal attacks. Two years later, the council has raised taxes on car tabs and on water bills that equal a 17 percent increase in city property taxes. In addition, they still refuse to acknowledge a cash flow problem and refuse to budget a “Six Year Budget Projection for General Operations,” which is a violation of “Best Management Practices.” The projection, properly done, would disclose how much our taxes will have

to continue to go up in the future. I hope that the public will be aware of the political machine that is the Christ Church of Kirkland and certain members’ refusal to publicly debate the issues with objective facts and decency. Instead, they rely on some of their followers to promote a campaign of deception, bullying and political irresponsibility, all in the name of Christ.

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Northshore Fire Department to hold open house The Northshore Fire Department will host an open house at their headquarters fire station on June 15. The fire station is located at 7220 N.E. 181 St. in Kenmore. The event will run from 9 a.m. until noon and will include a free pancake breakfast from 9-11 a.m., a health and safety fair and live firefighter demonstrations.

An important educational demonstration will be presented that illustrates the dangers of home fires and the life-saving benefits of home fire sprinklers. There will also be an area with activities for kids and an opportunity to tour the fire engine, aid car and rescue truck. The safety fair will include: Bastyr University, Puget Sound Energy, Seattle-King County Health, King County Library and many other exhibitors with valuable health and safety information.

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Crouch did not disclose that he was a church member, nor that he was on Rogers’ campaign team, as he edited members’ postings in Rogers’ favor. Charles would allow all kinds of unfounded personal attacks to be posted against me, but would not allow my postings of factual issues on deficit spending and the consequential tax increases to be posted because they were not “positive.” Two years ago Sperry, Curtis and Crouch all supported Rogers, who campaigned that my understanding of our financial realities were false and there was no negative cash

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discuss unpleasant financial realities or possible wrongdoing by the city. Now Crouch is the fourth Christ Church of Kirkland member to run for the Kenmore Council. In fairness, I do not know if Charles will support the established behavior consistently demonstrated by his fellow council members from the church. However, I do know that when I ran against Rogers two years ago, Crouch ran a Facebook page called “Kenmore Neighbors.” This site was very politically active and populated with many fellow Christ Church of Kirkland members.

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will not be able to. He also has more hospital stays in the future. “It’s very common that traumatic injuries will stop healing and then they’d have to open up, wherever it is, remove the bar holding me together and put a thicker one in,” he wrote. “[I] don’t want to know the recovery time and pain on that! I’ve been in quite a bit of pain but I’ve been able to cut my pain meds down to three times a day, slowly down from six.” The couple is looking forward to Jamie going back to school this summer. “We had a very nice visit from the Canadian contingent over Memorial Day weekend, and I was able to attend a close friend’s bridal shower,” wrote Jamie in an update on the

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blog. “Steven and I had a wonderful home-cooked meal with close family friends as well. I am finally back to driving. It’s very nice to have that freedom of mobility back.” But Jamie is still feeling the physical effects of the accident. “I had surgery two weeks ago to remove a bone growth on my right femur that has caused issues off and on since the accident,” wrote Jamie. “My mobility was set back a bit but I’m now getting back to where I was and then some as I no longer have a poky piece of bone thwarting my progress. The sutures came out last Thursday (yay no more taping up half my leg in order to shower) and I have another pretty scar to add to the right leg’s collection.” Jeremy Owen was able to walk away from the accident as he was sitting in the back of the SUV.

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Attorney General’s office on May 14, alleges that a pattern of malpractice and neglect by state workers during a weather event dubbed “Ice Storm 2012” by Chelan County workers led to the accident. A large tree, approximately 47-inches in diameter, fell 17 feet from its base from the weight of snow and ice. It landed directly on the Owen’s SUV, killing the parents, who were in the front seat. It also severely injured three of the other four family members in the car. Owen family attorney Karen K. Koehler lays out a sequence of events and alleged negligence by state employees by not closing the road in time, despite knowing the conditions on Highway 2 and other roads in the storm area. The tort filing claims that negligence led to the Owen’s accident. The amount of damages sought from the state is not specified in the documents. The documents state that local governments were placed on advance notice that heavy loads of

snow and ice on trees in the Highway 2 area could “threaten public safety and services.” Chelan County took the threat seriously, implementing a plan called “Ice Storm 2012.” It issued press releases on the situation twice a day but they were only disseminated locally. “The state should have known about and reviewed all of these press releases,” the documents state. “The travel advisory warning people to stay off the roads was never broadcast by the state to the public.” That failure is deemed as negligence by state workers in the filing. “Once the state cleared and reopened SR 207, it failed to further anticipate and address the dangers associated with Ice Storm 2012,” the documents continue. “It failed to take reasonable action to address tree danger to the public on that portion of Highway 2, including at milepost 79 [where the Owen’s accident took place] that was the middle of the ice storm.” The documents state that on Dec. 17 heavy

snowfall along with winds brought trees down in the Lake Wenatchee area and one struck a Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) snowplow. Crews closed SR 207 along with many county roads. The Mount Baker Highway was also closed from Dec. 18 until 4 p.m. on Dec. 21. A car was hit by a tree and the driver sustained injuries in the Chelan area on Dec. 18 as well. The documents quote a Department of Transportation spokesman as saying, “When they come down, they come down really fast. They’re full of snow … There’s no time to get out of the way if one of those trees comes down … This is a surprising number of trees to come down.” Then on Dec. 20 a helicopter was dispatched to survey the area and it was unable to blow the snow off the trees. “These trees were leaning along the highway connecting Coles Corner and Lake Wenatchee,” said a state official in court documents.

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Eileen Sheneman, 51, passed away on April 20, 2013 in Bothell, WA. She was born on July 22, 1961 in Goldendale, WA to Clarence & Mable Pangle. Eileen graduated from High School in 1980 and then went to Northwest Nazarene University to graduate with a major in Mathematics and a minor in Education in 1984. She then went to Seattle to find work at Boeing. Eileen meet Jon Sheneman in an after work hours class in August 1992. Then on May 29, 1993 Eileen married Jon at Christian Faith Center, SeaTac WA. During the first ten years of their marriage, they moved from Bothell to Lancaster CA to Wichita, KS and back to Bothell while the family grew with 3 wonderful children. Eileen enjoyed staying home raising her children and her bible studies at church. By 2005, the family settled down to be members of Cedar Park Church in Bothell, WA. While the 3 children attended Cedar Park Christian Schools, Eileen worked as a Teacher’s Aide. Here her gifts as a teacher and encourager was shared with “all of her kids” in the secondary school. September 2008, Eileen was diagnosed with breast cancer. After the initial treatment, she was declared in remission on April 2009. April 2010 an MRI showed a cancer tumor on the backside of her brain. Eileen spent the next three years battling cancer in her brain and spine until April 20, 2013. Eileen is survived by her husband, Jon; daughter, Stephanie; sons, Justin and Daniel. A Memorial Service was held at Cedar Park Church in Bothell on April 27, 2013. Arrangements under the care of Chapel of the Resurrection Funeral Home, Bothell, WA.


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or the second and third times in a little more than a week, Bothell police were called to a home where a mother of two was murdered in February. This time the calls were for a domestic disturbance and welfare check. Alan Justin Smith’s estranged wife, Susann Smith, was found murdered in the home on Feb. 12. Police named Alan Smith as a person of interest in the crime and he has since moved back into the home. Police were called at 1:20

a.m. May 24 by a third party stating that the woman at the residence was “off her medication.” The call was for a welfare check. Smith would not permit the officers inside the home. The officer stated in the police report that the woman “seemed to be having a paranoid episode. She was afraid to speak with me and told me she did not trust me.” Smith also stated that he did not trust the responding officer. The reporting party was referenced in the police report as the woman’s father and he told police that he was concerned for her safety

since Smith was a person of interest in his estranged wife’s murder. Officers left the residence, with no arrests, a short time later. The woman’s father came to pick her up but she returned to the house later that morning, according to the police report. Bothell police were then called back to the house later that morning by neighbors who witnessed the couple arguing in the front yard. “It was a domestic call at 6:48 a.m.,” said Bothell Sgt. Ken Seuberlich. “The officers contacted a male and female in the front yard.” Smith and the woman

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for are valid,” said Seuberlich. “We have told them to call us over any suspicious activity. They are doing everything we have asked and they are being responsible.” Police were also called to the home on May 16 for a report of a naked woman at the home. A neighbor could see the naked 32-year-old Seattle female in the backyard through the fence, according to the police report. “I should have told you that there is an elderly [retirement] home next door and they probably saw you,” Smith told the woman in front of police. The woman told police she was sunbathing. Smith, who was in the backyard with the woman, was given a warning and apologized to police. The woman told police she and Smith just started dating and she was unaware that the neighbors could see her. No one was arrested in the incident, or in connection with Smith’s murder. “It is infuriating to have to see him on a daily basis carrying on with life as if nothing has happened,” said a neighbor who requested anonymity for safety concerns.

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her advice and loved her feisty personality.” Beyer said that Mussman, a retired fourth grade physical education teacher, had a loyal group of students called the Deep Enders. “If members don’t feel better when they leave this class, I haven’t done my job,” Mussman would say about her classes to students and

15th annual Kenmore Art Show Organizers for the 15th annual Kenmore Art Show are seeking entries. The art show highlights local artists and all art is accepted. There is a small entry fee and commission on sales. Submissions are due from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 22. The show will take place June 27-30 at Bastyr University campus in Kenmore. For more information download the prospectus at www.artsofkenmore.org or call 425-485-5465.

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friends. To show their appreciation, fellow swimmers and instructors surprised Mussman at the Northshore YMCA on her 80th birthday. Mussman was also involved in other communities. She volunteered at St. Jude Catholic Church in Redmond, setting up memorial receptions and providing meals for the homeless at Tent City. She also served as a board member and president for her condominium association for Village on the Park in Kirkland. “She consistently helped others, making a huge impact on everyone she met,” said Beyer. “Mary, a true Northshore leader, will be greatly missed.”

The City of Kenmore is hosting a recycling and secure document shredding event on Saturday, June 8. The events will be held in two separate locations with different operating schedules. The document shredding event will take place from 9 a.m. to noon at Kenmore Village located at 68th Ave. N.E. and Northeast 181st Street. Please no CDs, DVDs or binders. Any questions may be directed to Windermere Northlake at 206364-8100. Windermere Northlake is providing this service to the Kenmore community. The recycling event will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Northshore Park and Ride located at 68th Ave. N.E. and Northeast 182nd Street in Kenmore. The recycling event provides an opportunity for Kenmore residents to properly dispose of batter-

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According to friends, Mussman approached her class using two basic strategies: attend to each individual and teach to their abilities, not disabilities. “Her object was to make the class fun,” said Beyer. “… Over the years, lasting friendships were made in the pool. Mary successfully provided, not only a physical fitness class, but a social outlet.” Beyer said that she met Mussman 12 years ago while recovering from an injury. “I was recovering from an injury from a fall, hobbled onto the pool deck and Mary said, ‘Hop in, I’ll show you some exercises,’” said Beyer. “Mary and I shared a love of the water, love of good books, and we just got along famously as best friends. Loved

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beating the second-place competitor by nearly a full second. She also achieved a rare feat by coupling her track event victory by placing high in a field event. Her long jump distance of 17 feet, 3 inches placed her fourth overall. Larson joined Beezhold and teammates Jessica Kerlee and Arielle Van Peursem to win the 1,600-meter relay. The team’s time of 4 minutes, 2.77 seconds tied the previous 1A state record and broke the Cedar Park Christian High School record. The team of Jillian Kraker,

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business initiatives. While this is the first time that Herbig and Crouch are running for council, this is not the first time for O’Brien. He ran against Allan Van Ness in 2009 and has been active within the Kenmore community for years. Van Ness, who has held Position 6 since 2005, is currently slated to run against Kenmore residents Ken Smith and environmental activist Elizabeth Mooney. “Kenmore has made good progress on a number of fronts in the eight years I’ve been a Councilmember,” said Van Ness. “The city has made significant improvements in roads, parks, other infrastructure and commenced an ambitious economic development program. Yes, we’ve accomplished a lot, but there is much more to do.”

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“[I] realized that even with people,” said Crouch. “I first a brand new city hall, there served our great country as a was no live-streaming (audio Navy SEAL, and now I want for video) of the council to serve the city of Kenmore. meetings,” said Herbig. “I’m I look forward to adding a big believer in government another voice of leadership, transparency, and took it expertise, and experience to upon myself to start going to Kenmore’s City Council.” meetings and ‘livetweeting’ Crouch wants to make them at www.twitter.com/ Kenmore a more famkenmorepolitics … More ily friendly city where locals than once I’ve been the only come to spend their time and citizen in the audience. I think money. it’s good for them to have at “Having this perspective least one constituent watching will be an important voice in them when they are making the city council deliberations decisions that affect our lives and debates because Kenmore and our city’s future.” is made up of mostly families,” He has worked for high said Crouch. “If elected I look profile Democrat candidates forward to making this city a in the past and is endorsed by place where families want to many regional leaders such come and spend their money, as King County Executive including my own [family].” Dow Constantine and King He said being a council County Councilman Rob member is his “dream job.” Dembowski. He currently And because he owns a serves as a legislative assistant business in Kenmore, he said for Kenmore’s State Rep. he is very invested in the city’s Jessyn Farrell. future. Herbig thinks it is “The city is doing a great that so many good job at verbalizing people are running support for businessviote for office this year. es, but that doesn’t “It’s great that so always come through many folks are showin their actions,” said ing interest in their Crouch. “My position local government, and it to daily see these two entities bodes very well for Kenmore’s allows me to keep a constant future,” said Herbig. pulse on the people of KenCrouch, 30, is a former more and hear their opinions Navy SEAL and affiliate own- and thoughts and gives me an er and operator of CrossFit inside view into how to make Kenmore, which he opened Kenmore a place that busitwo years ago. nesses thrive.” “As a father, husband, O’Brien has been an neighbor, and Kenmore busiadvocate for environmental ness owner, I understand the issues within the city. He has challenges and wants of our also been critical of the city’s

Allison Beezhold, Victoria Kvasyuk and Van Peursem finished second during the 400-meter relay for Cedar Park with a time of 50.71 seconds. Van Peursem also took third in the 100 meters with a time of 12.95 seconds. Three Cedar Park athletes finished 10th during field events. Kristen Barclay finished 10th in the javelin, as her best throw was 106 feet, 5 inches. Teammate Haley Zepernick finished 10th in the high jump, leaping to 5 feet during her best attempt of the day. And Kate Dedo

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don’t have.” “Also having been a board member and treasurer of the Northwest section of The Society of Automotive Engineers, (a non-profit) managing and maintaining the finances of the organization on budget,” said Prince. “I am very detailed and analytical in my processes, making sure that I learn and have the needed information to make the correct decisions and to look at the whole picture in making sound decisions and how each action affects downstream actions and efficiency.” Black is surprised at the number of council candidates who are real-estate agents. “My prime reason for filing to run is to effect change for the good,” said Black. “The current council is ineffective and lacking vision. It is in need of leaders without ties to special interests … My interests are to make Kenmore more than a bus stop between Seattle and Bothell.” Kenmore Planning Commission member Dennis Mendrey was the first to apply to challenge Sperry, according to King County Elections, but has since withdrawn from the race. Position 4 incumbent and Deputy Mayor Bob Hensel will retire from the council following this term. Residents Nigel Herbig, Patrick O’Brien and Charles Crouch are running for the position. Herbig, 34, has been endorsed by Hensel. “Nigel cares deeply about Kenmore,” said the deputy mayor, who was first elected to the seat in 2003. “He has worked hard to make the Kenmore City Council meetings more accessible to folks who can’t make it in person.” Herbig said that his political involvement in Kenmore started when he attended a town hall meeting.

Eagle Sally Larson had a career day, winning two state titles and placing well in a third event. She won the state title in the 1,600 meters, finishing in 5 minutes, 3.62 seconds, more than seven-seconds better than the second-place runner. She came right back and won the 3,200 meters as well (11:08.03). Larson also took second during the 800-meter run final with a time of 2 minutes, 16.60 seconds. Eagle athlete Erin Beezhold won the state title in the 400 meters with a time of 57.99 seconds,

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Dogs

General Pets

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RUMMAGE AND Benefit Sale. First Lutheran Church, 10207 NE 183rd Street, 98011. June 13th 10am-5pm. June 14th 10am-5pm. June 15th, 10am-3pm. (Everything Half Off on Saturday). The Church is Full of Fur niture, Clothing, B o o k s , To o l s , C o l l e c t i bl e s, H o u s e h o l d , Records, Linens, Crafts, D o l l s , J ew e l r y, B a ke Sale Plus More. HUGE! Huge Summer Rumage Sale! Lots of great Stuff! Friday June 7th 9am4pm & Saturday June 8th 9am-3pm. Lunch Cafe 10am-2pm. Ballard NW Senior Center 5429 32nd Ave NW Seattle, 98107 203.297.0403 KIRKLAND

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ENGLISH HILL, HUGE Garage Sale! 28 year downsizing of 4 bedroom home!! Hundreds of items!!! Kitchen, tools, garden, adult clothing, craft supplies & more! Friday & Saturday, June 7th - 8th, 8 am - 4 pm, located at 14359 172 nd Avenue NE, Redmond, 98052.

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IHS track finishes strong at state The Washington State 4A Track and Field championships took place Friday and Saturday at Tahoma High School in Tacoma and the Inglemoor girls finished the meet 11th overall with 20.5 team points, while the boys were 34th with four team points. Viking Paige Monson finished third overall in the girls’ 400-meter run with a time of 56.65 seconds. Inglemoor’s Erik Strathy jumped to a height of 6-feet, 2-inches in the boys’ high jump, good enough to tie for fourth place. Anna Richards placed fifth in the girls’ triple jump for

the Vikings with a distance of 36-feet, 10.25-inches and 10th with a distance of 17feet, 2.75-inches in the long jump. Inglemoor’s Brooke Monson, Paige Monson, Melissa Harris and Anna Richards combined to post a time of 1-minute, 43.86-seconds to place fifth in state during the girls’ 800-meter relay final. The team of Brooke Monson, Shandon Lystad, Alex Hagen and Paige Monson finished seventh overall in the girls’ 1,600-meter relay (3:59.32).

Viking Katie Mohn placed sixth in the girls’ pole vault with 10-feet, 6-inches. Amber Rose finished seventh overall for the Vikings in the girls’ 3,200 meters with a time of 11-minutes, 8.58-seconds. Inglemoor’s Reed Mowrey placed 13th in the boys’ pole vault with 13 feet.

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relay team broke a record set three decades ago during the track team’s final meet of the season season last Thursday as they hosted Skyview. Dylan Singh, Shane Barringer, Ryder Locknane and Max Kite ran the race in a record time of 51.89 seconds. The old record was set in 1980. Canyon Park’s Shane Barringer also broke a long-standing seventh grade school record in the 200-meter hurdles during the same meet.

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A pair of local athletes represented their colleges well and walked away with All American performances at the 2013 NCAA Division III Outdoor Women’s Track and Field Championships at Veterans Memorial Field Sports Complex on the campus of University of Wisconsin during Memorial Day weekend. Freshmen Allie Hadley of Bothell and sophomore Melissa Gilkey of Woodinville competed with 20 of the top javelin athletes from around the United States. Over the last few years, Gilkey and Hadley have competed many times against each other in both volleyball and javelin. The two are good friends and their friendship, along with desire to compete, have always brought out their best performances. Both are their high school’s record holders in javelin, as well as former KingCo Champions in the event. After completing their heat, both advanced to the finals and earned a spot on the podium with champion level performances. Hadley, who now attends California Lutheran University, was the top seed entering the meet and finished in seventh overall with her best throw of 138 feet, 4 inches. Gilkey, who now attends Washington University in St. Louis, Mo. and is also an all league member of WU’s women’s basketball team, uncorked a personal record throw of 145 feet, 2 inches to place third.

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ships took place Friday and Saturday at Tahoma High School in Tacoma and one relay team left a lasting mark for Bothell, as the boys’ team finished 13th overall, while the girls were 29th. The biggest finish of the weekend was the Bothell High School boys’ relay team’s state title in the 400-meter relay on Saturday. Teammates Austin Cruse, Will McIntyre, Ryan Croson and Matt Moran took the championship in a time of 41.94 seconds. In the boys’ javelin, Bothell’s Aaron Wilks finished third overall with a distance of 177-feet, 1-inch. Rebecca Peoples finished third in the girls’ pole vault with 11 feet. The Bothell girls’ 800-meter relay team of Jessica Howe, Katie Bellusci, Sarah Stavig and Jessica Walters finished seventh (1:44.19). Bothell’s Charlie Barringer was 13th overall in the 3,200 meters (9:39.17). In the girls’ high jump, Nicole Brendemuhl finished 15th (5 feet).

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