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BUSINESS | Local bakery goes up for sale. [5] OPINION | Let’s rethink traditional office space. [7] COMMUNITY | A chat with the [13] Chamber director.

TRADITION BLOOMS 23rd annual garden tour is a feast for the senses. Page 10

A CROWDED SHELTER VIPP looks to find homes for abundance of cats. Page 4

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Man behind suspected drug house goes free Foundation funding Islanders say neighborhood where woman’s body found still plagued by crime By NATALIE JOHNSON Staff Writer

A man who’s been called Vashon’s top methamphetamine dealer had a significant drug charge thrown out last month, frustrating islanders who had long hoped his conviction would rid their neighborhood of suspected drug activity and related crime that centers around his home. “We’re just kind of at the end of our rope,” said Frank Shipley, who lives by the house. Richard Arthur Grant, a 47-yearold who authorities say is frequently arrested for drug possession and other crimes, now faces three additional drug charges and is scheduled to appear in court today. “I can’t predict what the court is going to do after this last time,” said Shipley, who has paid close attention to the situation. “The more times he is arrested, the more likely it is he’s going to be convicted.”

Grant came to the attention of plained about Grant and periodically many on Vashon last fall, when the called police on the house for years, body of a missing woman was found heightened attention fell on Grant last near his house. But residents of the November after the body of islander quiet, wooded neighborhood east of India Castle, 27, was discovered in a the Vashon Airport say that for years shallow pond behind his home. The they’ve been bothered what appears King County Sheriff’s Office ruled her to be frequent drug activity at Grant’s death an accident resulting from an home, a modest split-level on 109th overdose of methamphetamine, and Avenue. no criminal charges Neighbors have resulted. “We’re not targeting him, had regular conAt the time of we’re going after crime in the incident, Grant frontations with faced a drug charge visitors to the general, and it so happens from an August house, who they say he’s in the middle of a lot of arrest where he was come and go at all criminal activity on the island.” found to possess hours, sometimes drive recklessly, are Dept. Jeff Hancock nearly 10 grams of King County Sheriff’s Deputy methamphetamine aggressive, trespass with the intent to on other property sell. and have siphoned For months while the case moved fuel from cars. Police have often gone to Grant’s home to search for stolen through the court system, some of property and criminal suspects, and Grant’s neighbors followed its promultiple neighbors report that people gression, hoping for a conviction that from Grant’s home once killed a local would send Grant to prison for as dog. many as five years. When he’d gone “I literally leave my house as little to jail for longer periods in the past, as possible to not have to deal with they said, Grants off-island brothers it,” said Kelly Wald, who also lives by came and cleaned out house, which is Grant’s house with her husband, Joe owned by their mother. Wald. SEE CRIME, 19 While the neighbors have com-

Moving up: The class of 2013’s big moment The class of 2013 graduated Saturday under sunny skies in the Vashon High School stadium. The ceremony, by turns spirited, funny and solemn, featured several speeches, including an address given by students Alec Spencer and Kelly Sullivan, who the graduates had chosen to speak that day. It provided many laughs, but also several moving moments, including when they noted about Vashon, “It’s incredible how much love can fit into 13 miles of length.” Valedictorian Maria Osborne, who left her high school career behind with a 4.0 GPA, also addressed the group with a set of commandments she tries to follow, ranging from the importance of loving deeply and honestly to the value of thinking carefully about values. In the end, she conjured up A. A. Milne’s Piglet, telling them, “How lucky I am to have something that makes saying good-bye so hard.” The ceremony also included many tributes to retiring principal Susan Hanson, who spoke some about the difficulty of the year and the loss of students Palmer Burke and Ryan Krug. She had tender words for the graduates and told them at the end of each day to be sure to look for the joy they had experienced. “Because no matter how hard, there will always be joy,” she told the students before her. “You were my joy.” At right, graduates Jonathan Kim and Madelyn Royal walk together in the graduation processional. They’re followed by Emma Hennessey and Katherine Misel. Phil Royal Photo

short, but school district says no cuts

With state budget still unclear, campaign will wrap up this week By NATALIE JOHNSON Staff Writer

As the Vashon School District declares no cuts for the next school year, the schools foundation is scraping to round out the $350,000 in donations the district estimates it will need to avoid dipping into its reserves next year. As of Monday, the nonprofit Vashon Schools Foundation, which will end its public campaign Friday, had about $60,000 left to raise. “If that money came in this year, it would certainly help put us in a better place next year, instead of having a bigger hole to dig out of,” said Donna Nespor, the foundation’s coordinator. The foundation kicked off its third annual campaign in March with a goal to raise $500,000 to sustain district programs where state funding falls short. In 2011 it raised $440,000, and last year it brought in $436,000. About a month ago, as donations came in far slower than in past years, fundraisers revised their goal and put out a call for at least $350,000, the minimum SEE SCHOOLS, 18


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Vashon Island Pet Protectors, with record numbers of cats and slow adoption rates, has temporarily stopped accepting new cats at its shelter and is making special efforts to adopt out the ones it has. “This is the first time we’ve had to do that simply because we had too many cats,� said Terri Fletcher, a longtime VIPP volunteer who helps manage the nonprofit’s cat shelter. Last Friday morning, as shelter volunteers arrived at the large modular off of Old Mill Road for their regular rounds of feeding, litter cleaning and playing, Terri noted that the building felt more crowded than usual. Two main rooms with attached patios that normally hold about a dozen cats each held 17 cats each that day. “It’s crazy,� Terri said. “We’ve had a couple of great foster homes that have stepped forward to alleviate some of the crowding.� Over the last several months, VIPP officials say, the shelter has taken in larger-than-normal numbers of cats. In a couple cases, big groups of cats were donated after their owners died. “We’ve had more relinquished cats this year for a variety of reasons,� said Geoff Fletcher, the president of VIPP. At the same time, cat adoptions have been low, Geoff said. The organization normally adopts out six to 12 cats a month, but in April they only found homes for five cats and last month just three. “This spring adoptions have been slower, and

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Islanders put local bakery up for sale Business will continue as usual until right buyer comes along By SUSAN RIEMER Staff Writer

After nearly six years running Bob’s Bakery, the owners have put the longtime island business up for sale. Paul and Jill Beytebiere bought the bakery in 2007, when its previous owner, Bob Long, retired after more than 20 years. Since then, the bakery has weathered the recession and prolonged lean times, but it has continued to provide the sweet treats and savory offerings it is known for, along with serving as a social hub in the heart of

town. But it’s time for a change, the Beytebieres say, and possibly a change that could still include Paul as a baker. “I love baking, and I don’t want Bob’s not to be there,” he said. “I would love to work there.” Jill listed the business on Craigslist two weeks ago, and she expects they will list it with a local agent, as well, she said in an interview. Until the right owner comes along, the business will continue as usual, and, in fact, Jill said, they recently signed a new six-month lease with Long, who still owns the building. While running the bakery has not been a lucrative business venture for them, both Beytebieres believe the business could be profitable for the right people — individuals with good baking and business sense. But for them, it has become

too difficult, they say. The parents of eight children, they still have five kids at home. Jill’s time to run the business is limited, and Paul’s long nighttime hours, baking and on his feet, have not been easy on him, they both said. Jill said she would like to see Paul have some time to focus on healing, while Paul said he would like more time to spend with his kids and would like to work 40 hours a week instead of the 80 or more he has been working. When the couple bought the business, Paul noted that baking is one of his passions, along with soccer and kids. “I am like a fish out of water if I am not baking,” he said then. The sentiment, he noted, still holds true today.

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Cycling holds rewards for the persistent

Neighbors have helped keep crime in check

Whenever someone leaves their desk here at The Beachcomber, I sneak over to their keyboard and try and get an article in the paper, and this week it worked. And as I plod through my 15 minutes of fame, I typically yammer on about cycling. Finally, the sun has graced us with its presence, and not a moment too soon. I’m not saying I was going stir crazy, but when I first heard about the book “Fifty Shades of Grey” I just assumed it was about the weather on Vashon. These last days of brilliant sunshine have given me hope that our long, sunless hiatus has ended. With the days longer and warmer, it’s time to wade through the garage detritus and pull out the bicycle. If you will indulge me for a moment, I will tell you why cycling is just about the best thing in the world. First of all, cycling is like sex: You don’t have to be good at it to enjoy it (however, unlike sex you can show someone how to ride a bike in your neighborhood cul-de-sac). Secondly, it’s an easy-on-thejoints activity that you can do your entire life. If you don’t believe me, listen to 100-year-old Robert Marchand, who last year said, “I did a little better than I hoped. However, the going was tough in the last few kilometers.” Robert had just completed a 62-mile ride in 4 hours and 17 minutes! I like cycling because it can be done as a solo effort, offering hours of quiet reflection, or as a group ride, where the shared effort promotes a feeling of camaraderie. Riding a bike is different from other forms of exercise in that it has utility. You can derive all the benefits of improved cardiovascular fitness, weight control and stress relief while

In January, King County Sheriff John Urquhart told islanders who attended a community council meeting on crime that often the sheriff’s office lacks the resources to go after suspected drug houses. “Sometimes, nothing can be done. I know that’s hard to hear,” he said. Those words seemed to both resonate with and bother islanders. The sentiment that even the sheriff says drug houses can’t be stopped is often repeated back to us by those concerned about drug-related crime on Vashon. A Vashon resident who is angry about a suspected drug house by the Vashon Airport — the house near where a young woman overdosed and died in a pond last year — remembered Urquhart’s words. He called it unconscionable that he and his neighbors would be left seemingly on their own to deal with serious issues in their backyards. Right or wrong, it’s a reality that drug houses are usually difficult to shut down because of the long legal process involved before criminal charges can be made. Detectives must perform an investigation, often working with an undercover informant, secure a search warrant for the suspected drug house and compile the evidence required to press charges, a process that can take years. Just two detectives work drug cases in King County, and they’re usually assigned to the region’s worst cases. So where does that leave homeowners by the Vashon Airport and residents of other neighborhoods tired of activity and crime surrounding suspected drug houses? Vashon’s sheriff’s deputies can’t easily shut the houses down, but with tips from citizens, they can keep close tabs on the suspected criminals who frequent them, looking to get them on arrest warrants or traffic infractions. And from what we understand, they do. Deputies have kept watch on the man suspected of dealing drugs out of his home by the Vashon Airport and arrested him several times already this year. While he got off on a drug possession charge from last year, because of deputies’ work, he’ll have to answer for at least three more charges this year. Persistent police work also helped address a suspected drug house east of Vashon town last year — attention from neighbors and authorities led the landlord to evict the tenants. Neighbors of suspected drug houses — we’re told there are others on the island — are right to be frustrated by a legal system that doesn’t always put the bad guys behind bars. But they’re also right to keep writing down license plates, sharing information with one another and calling police when incidents occur. The reports may not result in the tenants moving on, but we think they’ll help keep the homes in check and send a message that Vashon doesn’t put up with drug trafficking and the crime that accompanies it.

HUMOR By CHRIS AUSTIN getting something else done such as buying groceries, visiting a friend or commuting to work. It’s almost exercise by accident. No doubt there are some people reading this with a raised skeptical eyebrow thinking, “ I’m not in good enough shape” or “I’ll start after I lose some weight.” Unfortunately, that perfect moment in the future when you are ready to start exercising will never come. I know this all too well. As faithful readers of The Beachcomber will know, about four years ago, I was working in Washington, D.C., selling software to the military, not a bad job but not a great job. I realized it was a job that after 20 years I could look back and say, “meh, so what.” I also realized that males in my family have a shelf life of about 50 years. So at 49 years old and 100-plus pounds overweight, I sold most of my worldly belongings and struck out, very slowly, on a 4,000-mile bicycle trip across the country. A trip that included visits to the foreign lands of Canada and Mississippi as well as every friend’s couch I could think of. I won’t lie; there were times when it wasn’t pretty. I remember one day in particular somewhere in southern Ohio grinding up the umpteenth hill of the day all the while cursing a headwind. My stop for the night was over this last hill, and I was abso-

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Longtime employee made a difference at shop and beyond I and others with the American Hero Quilts were sad to hear that Mike Lambert left the Country Store with no fanfare. We assume no one had a retirement party for him and he left in the same way he did his job, quietly and effectively. Since we did not get a chance to say goodbye or give him a toast, we wanted to do that here. Mike handled shipping for us at the Country Store,

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lutely exhausted. I creaked to a halt and stood slump shouldered straddling my bike with arms slung over the handlebars, gulping air. I looked at the top of the hill in despair. I couldn’t imagine moving another inch. Then I saw something so unexpected that I briefly forgot my burning legs. Halfway up the hill was a store, “Gumby’s Cigarette World.” Wow, how the mighty had fallen. The one-time claymation icon of Saturday morning television was now selling smokes in rural Ohio. If I had been Gumby and seen my superstardom slip through my weird hands, I am convinced I would have said, “goodbye cruel world” before jumping into a Play Doh press, but not the real Gumby. His is made of sterner stuff, metaphorically anyway. Gumby pulled himself up by the bootstraps. Well, Gumby really doesn’t have bootstraps because he doesn’t really have feet, but you know what I mean. “Well,” I thought to myself, “if Gumby didn’t give up, then neither will I.” And with that I put foot to pedal and made it over the hill. Inspiration can come from the most unlikely quarters. So get inspired, get a friend to bike with you or take a class or just hop on your bike and simply ride to the end of the street and back. You will be amazed at how quickly one street becomes two and two becomes around the block, and before long you be exploring places on this beautiful island you didn’t know existed.

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New kind of space could benefit Vashon Imagine having office space that you only pay for when you need it. This is the idea behind a growing movement called coworking. Working from home doesn’t always work. Too many distractions cut down on productivity, and it can be isolating. Commuting from the island takes up an inordinate amount of time and is ultimately bad for the environment. Turns out the ideal way to telecommute is via a coworking space. Coworking is shared office space with a group of independent workers who rent on a monthly basis, similar to a gym membership. Coworking offices have existed in Seattle for some time, and now a group of islanders is making an effort to bring coworking to Vashon. At coworking offices, there are usually flexible membership options, whether drop-in, occasional, part-time or fulltime. Maybe you need conference room space for meetings once or twice a month but don’t want to pay for an expensive office to sit empty the rest of the time. Or perhaps you need an office a couple days a week to get caught up on work without the distractions of home or the coffee shop. Or maybe you need a full-time dedicated desk. A coworking space on

COMMUNITY By CAROLYN AMICK Vashon would also offer a unique opportunity for islanders who work independently or have flexible arrangements with their employers. For corporate commuters, the good news is that flex time is more common and easier to justify. Beyond its practical advantages, coworking spaces tend to cultivate members who share the values of the collaborative economy: openness, trust, sharing and connection. A cohesive community can begin from the disparate groups (in coworking speak, this is accelerated serendipity). Need help on a blog post? Ask someone who’s in the writing business or get PR firm recommendations. Need a programming tweak on your website? Check in with the developers two tables down. Members often end up working on or starting projects together. I am pleased to announce that a group of islanders plans to open HUB070, our own Vashon coworking and events

space, in the Spinnaker Building, just north of Chase Bank. Our goal is to provide a central gathering space for islanders to come together, not only to work, but to share ideas, resources, make connections and inspire opportunity. Examples of collaborative projects are on the horizon. For example, we are talking to a potential launch partner who intends to purchase a 3D printer and another who is interested in supporting nonprofit resource sharing. Possibilities for community building include a Vashon roundtable, a town hall, networking events and a business incubator program. A Vashon coworking space is a win-win for island workers, the environment, economic development of the town core and maybe you. We are currently looking to round out our steering committee of launch partners to build a space that truly reflects our island community and the way you want to work. If this is something that makes sense for you, please consider helping us launch Vashon’s HUB070 by contacting camick@ gmail.com or by filling out the form at www.hub070. com. — Carolyn Amick is a small business consultant, serial entrepreneur, and mother of three.

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Historic site doesn’t seem endangered I have lived on Vashon for over 15 years. While looking for property, one of the options my husband and I had was Mukai Farm. The processing plant was not on the market and was owned by a different party. Frankly, we were daunted by the condition of the property, which had changed hands several times since the 1950’s. We passed on purchasing Mukai Farm.

My father, a prominent California architect, instilled in me an appreciation and love for architecture. I was drawn to our island because of the sense of home, community and the charming buildings. I have since learned that many buildings have been “saved” by Island Landmarks. Recently I attended the Island Landmarks open garden at Mukai. All I can say is the place is totally changed. The trailers are gone. The debris is removed. I could see the garden bones. The cyclone fence that divided the property is removed. The two properties are “one,” with the driveway removed and replanted. The house’s character was wonderful.

To me, this does not look neglected or endangered. What comes to mind as “endangered” is the Portage Store . Instead of rallies, negative articles and lawsuits, I think the Vashon community should thank Island Landmarks for saving the Mukai site. We should be counting our blessings that someone took the time to landmark other buildings like the Belle Baldwin house, Masonic temple, Point Robinson and many others. I believe Mary Matthews is due an apology from the island community, as she has led these efforts. Rather than angry fighting, let’s join together and be grateful and thankful. — Dovell Marks

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We’ve been looking at land to buy and hope to build our own home. My husband and son are totally capable of building it themselves but we’ve been told the County won’t let you build your own house and that you have to use an architect. We already have house plans and don’t need an architect. What’s the story?

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I’m sorry that you’ve been told such erroneous information. You can build your own home here. The County just requires you to file an affidavit and show proof that you know what you’re doing. You don’t have to use an architect. However, it is always wise to share your plans with a qualified contractor and/or designer to be sure that what you want to build complies with King County and Washington state requirements. The County has an extensive website that will tell you each permit you will need, what the requirements are, and how to get a complete package together for the County building folks. It is straightforward but involved, so be prepared. You will need a detailed drawing of the property and everything that will be on it. You might find it easy to develop that off the septic design drawings. There will also have to be engineering drawings but those often come with plans. Be sure to have a local engineer take a look to be sure the specification fit King County requirements. The place to start is the septic design. It’s always a real bonus if you find a property that has already had a septic design done. If it hasn’t, you should do one before closing on the purchase. That will tell you so much about how the property can be developed. Water is also an issue, of course, so be sure a well can be drilled on the parcel or that there is a water share available. Again, the best option is finding a parcel that already has a water source. The land must be of a certain size to allow for a well and septic so be sure you understand the requirements.

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SUBMISSIONS Send items to susan@ vashonbeachcomber.com. Deadline is noon Thursday for Wednesday publication. The calendar is intended for community activities, cultural events and nonprofit groups; notices are free and printed as space permits. The Beachcomber also has a user-generated online calendar. To post an event there, see www. VashonBeachcomber.com, scroll to the bottom of the page and follow the prompts.

THURSDAY • 20 Concert in the Park: Sarah Christine will kick off the summer concert series. Free. 7 p.m. at Ober Park. (For more information, see page 11).

FRIDAY • 21 Master Gardeners: Why is growing beefsteak tomatoes difficult in the Pacific Northwest? Stop by and ask an expert. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. outside True Value . Senior Center Movie: “Life of Pi” contains dazzling special effects imaging of the sea and a tiger who crosses it with the film’s hero. Free. 2:30 p.m. at the Vashon Senior Center. Folk Choir Concert: The FreeRange Folk Choir will offer a mix of choral music from around the world. The event is free, but donations will be welcomed. 7 p.m. at the Methodist church. (For more information, see page 11.) Labyrinth Walk: Celebrate solstice at the Episcopal church’s labyrinth with the Circle of Sound. For more information, call 4635062. 7 to 9 p.m. at the Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit, 15420 Vashon Highway S.W.

SATURDAY • 22 VAA Garden Tour: Tour five diverse gardens as part of this annual tour, which will include garden talks, music, art and discounts offered by local merchants. Tickets are $25 and are available online at www.vashonalliedarts. org. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (For more information, see page 10.)

Farmers Market: Stop by for a variety of island-grown produce, including peas, broccoli, zucchini, strawberries and cucumbers. Artisans, bakers and chefs will also be there, selling their offerings, and Watermark will play acoustic folk rock. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Village Green. Master Gardeners: Interested in finding out about the best roses to grow on Vashon? Stop by and ask an expert. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. outside True Value. Ham Radio Field Day: Amateur radio (or ham radio) operators throughout the United States will put their emergency communication and technical expertise to the test during Field Day exercises this weekend. The public is welcome. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. behind the Vashon Health Center. Community Play Day: Islanders are invited for a day of golf, tennis, carnival games, a treasure hunt and lunch buffet — all free. Noon to 5 p.m. at Vashon Golf & Swim Club. Adopt a Senior Cat: Vashon Island Pet Protectors will hold an adoption fair featuring older felines for a special $20 adoption fee. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Vashon Senior Center. Reiki Jam: Bring your drums, rattles, bells, your voice or any other healing tool of choice. Each person will receive 15 minutes on the table as others use their Reiki energy or other tools to clear energetic blocks and more. By donation. 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Vashon Intuitive Arts.

SUNDAY • 23 Ham Radio Field Day: The weekend exercises continue. 9 to 11 a.m. at the field behind the Vashon Health Center. Low Tide Celebration: Experience the beach at a low tide of -3.4 feet and explore the tide pools with the help of the Vashon Beach Naturalists. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Point Robinson park. (For more information, see page 12.) VAA’s Garden Tour: The annual tour continues. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Continuing Conversations: Jeffrey Zheutlin, mental health director at Vashon Youth & Family Services, will lead the discussion. Continuing Conversations grew

PUBLIC MEETINGS Vashon Sewer District: 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 20, at the Vashon Senior Center. King County Airport District #1: 7 p.m. Thursday, June 20, at Courthouse Square. Vashon Park District: 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 25, at Ober Park. Vashon Island School District: 7 p.m. Thursday, June 27, at Chautauqua.

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Star Trek into Darkness: Ends June 20 Monsters University: Opens June 21 Love Free or Die: 6 p.m. June 25, free See www.vashontheatre. com for show times or call 463-3232.

out of the need for more talk after a series of speakers at the Unitarian Fellowship some years back. Call Dorothy Hall Bauer at 4635664 for more information. 4 p.m. at Hall Baeur’s home, 10127 S.W. Burton Drive .

TUESDAY • 25 Family Story Time: Newborns to kids up to age 6 with caregivers are welcome for stories, finger plays movement and music. 11:30 a.m. at the PlaySpace. Understanding Health Care Reform: The Chamber of Commerce will host this meeting, which will include a presentation by a representative from Washington State Health Insurance Exchange. RSVPs to the chamber are preferred at 463-6217. 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the Penny Farcy training center. (For more information, see page 3.)

UPCOMING Quilt Show: The Vashon Island Quilt Guild will host its biennial show later this month and will include 10 categories of quilts of all sizes. The show will take place in two locations this year, the Presbyterian Church and across the street at Island Quilter. The entry fee is $5. Show hours will be 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, June 28, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 29. VIFR Graduation: Vashon Island Fire & Rescue will hold a public graduation for the seven members of the recent recruit academy. The ceremony will include a video of their training and presentation of certificates and special awards. The graduates are Avio Brooklyn, Stephen Bussell, Raechel Ehlers, Ted Evans, Lance Garland, Matt Geiger and Tony Puz. 10 a.m. Saturday, June 29, at the Vashon Theatre. Community Meals Program Fundraiser: In the past two years more than 600 people have volunteered to prepare and serve free meals everyday in several church halls. A fundraiser for the program will meet at the home of Gib and Deb Damman. Refreshments will be served, and there is a $20 sug-

gested donation. To attend, park at the north end parking lot and look for signs to guide you to a shuttle bus being provided to the home. For more information, call Deb at 919-3547 for directions. 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 29. Strawberry Festival: Mark your calendars for July 19 to 21 for the annual celebration.

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CAMPS & CLASSES Yoga — Standing Like A Mountain: Linda Moore will teach the class, which will explore ways that students can experience standing postures, through visualizing equal distribution of weight and energy through all limbs. The cost is $56 for four weeks. Drop-ins are welcome on a space-available basis. For more information, email info@islandyogacenter.com. 8 p.m. Thursdays beginning June 20, at Island Yoga Center. Ceramics: Steve Roache of Aruba Tileworks will demonstrate how to make art tiles and small sculptures. 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Friday, June 21, at the Senior Center on Bank Road. Parenting with Awareness: Lucianne Hackbert, PhD, will lead parents in exploring how selfcare practices such as relaxation, meditation, collaborative communication and self-reflection can enhance and strengthen their capacity for calm, clarity and compassion on the parenting path. The cost is $125 per person or $200 for two. Registration is available at www.tendingtothesoul.com. 5:30 to 8 p.m. Friday, June 21, and 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 22, at Island Yoga Center. Women on Target — Pistol and Rifle Class: The cost is $75, which covers everything, including lunch. Contact Cindy Morrison at 567-5047 for more information. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 22, at the Vashon Sportsmen’s Club. Travel Journal Nature Sketching with Darsie Beck: Capture the essence of what you see and begin to create a journal. Learn how to work with pen and watercolor pencils and to sketch on the go. No experience required. The fee is $60. Contact Darsie Beck at 463-5633 or darsiebeck@yahoo. com. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 22, at Waterworks Studio with field sketching at Point Robinson. Women on Target — Hunting Class: The cost is $25. For more information, contact Cindy Morrison at 567-5047. 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 23, at Vashon Sportsmen’s Club. Vashon Shakeskids: Kids 8 to 18 will work on a text from Shakespeare and learn about voice, speech and movement, text analysis and design and production. The second of two camps will present a final show during the Strawberry Festival. The cost for the two-week camp is $300 with scholarships available. Email aimee@vashonshakes.org for

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“Love Free or Die,” the next film in the Community Cinema serious, is about Bishop Gene Robinson, whose two defining passions are in direct conflict: his love for God and for his partner Mark Andrew. Robinson, now retired from serving as a bishop in the Episcopal church, was the first openly gay person to become a Christian bishop. His consecration in 2003, to which he wore a bullet-proof vest, caused an international stir. The film follows Robinson from small-town churches in New Hampshire to Washington’s Lincoln Memorial to London’s Lambeth Palace, as he calls for all to stand for equality. Bishop Robinson now serves as a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, a progressive think tank in Washington, D.C., and with St. Thomas Episcopal Church, also in Washington, D.C., where he spearheads an initiative to change the tenor of the political debate in the nation’s capital. The film, which is free, will be shown at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 25, at the Vashon Theatre. more information. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 25 and 27 and July 2 and 3 (session 1) and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, July 8 to 19, (session 2) with a final performance at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 20, all at Ober Park. Family Nature Camp: Discover new tools for befriending and expressing emotions and for listening deeply. Family Camp leaders include child and nature specialist Erin Kenny, the director of Cedarsong Nature School, and Leslie Chertok, a licensed mental health counselor and a child mental health specialist. The cost is $300 for first two family members and $75 for each additional member. Financial assistance is available. For more information, see cedarsongnatureschool.org. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, July 1 to 3, at Cedarsong Nature School. Camptastic: UMO will offer this camp, which will focus on acrobatics, aerial skills, juggling, creative movement, mask-making and clowning. The cost is $250. See

www.umo.org for more information. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, July 16 to 19, at the Open Space for Arts & Community. Crafty Creature Camp: Kathy Zbryk from Starbreak will hold five weeks of camp for girls this summer. The girls will dress up, paint faces, sing, dance, play and share stories. Camps for girls ages 5 to 9 will meet July 29 to Aug. 1 and Aug. 12 to 15. Camps for girls ages 10 to 13 meet Aug. 5 to 8, 19 to 22 and 26 to 29. The cost is $150. Email katzbryk@gmail.com for more information, including location. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Localize This — Summer Camp for Activists and Organizers: The Backbone Campaign will offer its fifth annual cross-movement artful activism, strategy, creative tactics and community organizing training camp. The cost is $200 to $400 on a sliding scale. For more information, see www.backbone campaign.org. July 31 to Aug. 5 at the AYH Ranch Hostel on Cove Road.

FREE COMMUNITY MEALS Volunteers serve free meals seven days a week on Vashon. All people are welcome at the meals, which are served at 5:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and at 1 p.m. Sunday at the following locations. For more information about the meals program, contact Harmon Arroyo at 351-1441 or at luckyharmon2010@gmail.com. Monday, Methodist church Tuesday, Presbyterian church Wednesday, Church of the Holy Spirit

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SCENE & HEARD: INSPIRED BY A STAR Chautauqua’s Elementary’s Night of the Notables always brings out the stars, including, this year, Bono, as portrayed by island fourth-grader Jaden Winn. Bono, known for his musical talents with the rock band U2 and his humanitarian work, began the One Campaign with several other organizations to fight poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa. Bono’s work inspired Jaden to contribute $75 of his allowance money to the campaign and set up additional fundraisers on the island, including Friday, June 21, at The Hardware Store Restaurant, and Thursday, June 27, at Saucy Sisters.

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CHOCOLATADA TIME: The Backbone Campaign is jumping the pond for its next fundraiser — the organization’s annual Chocolatada will take place at Seattle’s Om Culture at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 29. Performers include Kevin Joyce, Esther Edelman and Ela Lamblin. The band Correo Aereo will play, too. Call 408-8058 to reserve a table.

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WHAT TO DO Dress up and dance Don a mask or disguise, and head out for a night of dancing at a Summer Solstice Masquerade — the revelries are set to begin at 7 p.m. Saturday at Open Space for Arts & Community. There will be hot Latin jazz and salsa on tap by a Seattle band that specializes in Cuban music, Mambo Cadillac. The group has been around since 2005 and has played at many major festivals, events and clubs. Producer David Godsey created the event as a way to herald the arrival of summer on Vashon, and he’s hoping islanders dress up fancy and wild for the soiree. “Let’s do what islanders are so brilliant at doing — be creative, have a good time and celebrate together. And if putting on a costume is just not your thing, well, of course you can come and dance anyway,” he said. Tickets, available at www.brownpapertickets.com, are $12 in advance and free for children ages 12 and younger. Admission will cost $15 at the door on the day of the event.

Indulge in Broadway tunes The music of Broadway will be in the air during four upcoming performances of “Yet Another Night on Broadway.” The show is a benefit for AHOPE for Children, an organization founded by islander Kathy Olsen to assist in the home and hospice care of HIV-positive children in Ethiopia. Over the years, as antiretroviral medications have became available to Ethiopian children, the focus of the organization has expanded to meeting the needs of young people who are long-term survivors of the disease. “Yet Another Night on Broadway,” directed by Tish Lopez with assists from Marita Ericksen, Pam Hotchkiss and Betsey Frazee, will star more than 20 local thespians. They’ll all sing songs from smashes, including “Les Miserables”, “Phantom of the Opera,” “West Side Story” and “The Music Man.” The show will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday at Bethel Church. There’s a suggested donation of $10 per ticket; children ages 6 and younger will be free. An open dress rehearsal will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 20, at Bethel, with a $5 admission. Tickets are on sale at Vashon Bookshop and at the door.

Head out to hear a band Fendershine, a local rock and roll band that includes Fletcher Andrews, Eric Frith, Steve Meyer, Kim Thal and Rick Vanselow will play a free, all-ages show at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Red Bicycle Bistro. Opening for the band will be Phil Royal, who plays finger-style guitar.

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ut on your walking shoes: It’s time for a stroll through the five exceptional landscapes selected for this year’s Vashon Allied Arts’ Garden Tour. The tour, now in its 23rd year, takes place this weekend, and organizers are hoping for sunny skies and moderate temps — big draws for an event that is budgeted to bring in about $40,000 for the arts organization. But as always, the tour is being billed as a feast for the senses, filled with beautiful vistas and the fragrent scents of many blooms that are sure to delight visitors, rain or shine. There will be food for thought, too, during the tour — a total of 15 talks by experts will take place in the gardens throughout the weekend, with subjects ranging from tips on building rockeries to how to capture gorgeous flora on film. One talk, given by James Ullrich, owner of Wild Birds Unlimited, will be, quite literally, about the birds and the bees, while author Terry Hershey will share his insights into how to create meditation spots in gardens. Visual art will also be on display. Sculptural garden art by Penny Grist, Brian Brenno, Gregory Burnham, Brian Fisher, Mike Urban and Barbara Wells has been tucked into some of the terrain on the tour. Tile art by David Blad and Mary Lynn Buss will also grace gardens, and Paula Allegrini and Sylivija Plaza will exhibit wood works and glass tables, respectively. Other art will include Shannon Buckner’s blacksmith floral works and Charlotte Masi’s painted gourds. A garden market will feature the work of more than 20 artists

and craftspeople, offering garden sculpture, tile work, glass, soaps, garden tools and more. The real stars of the tour, of course, will be the five resplendent grounds on display.

Humble Bumble Farm Cindy Ward’s Humble Bumble Farm includes an eclectic mix of fragrant lavender gardens, a working farm and even a “secret” garden. The front garden features more than 200 Provence “Intermedia Grosso” lavender plants that paint the slope leading to the front pasture. The secret garden, planted 14 years ago on a former horse pasture, brims with many varieties of vegetables, shrubs and flowers and features several archways with climbing perennials. A Tudor style redwood greenhouse is used to create a warm winter environment to start seedlings and cultivate gardenia and orchids. The remainder of the property provides pastures for chickens, horses, cows and goats.

Froggsong Garden Steve and Cindy Stockett’s Froggsong garden is located within a 17-acre property and includes a mix of defined, structured areas softened by the casual disorder of perennial cottage gardening — a style the Stockett’s call “Northwest Formal.” Visitors can explore a rose pergola, a roundel garden in pale yellow and blue motif, an English knot garden, an alpine garden and a tranquil pond. Another garden area, added in 2012, includes a passageway punctuated with stone cairns, a wind garden and a labyrinth. The garden will be featured on the cover of the July/August issue of Fine Gardening Magazine.

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Above, Froggsong Garden has been a decade-long labor of love for its owners. Left, the Gawith/Weiss Garden features many drought tolerant plants.

Gawith/Weiss Garden Ron Gawith and Linda Weiss moved to their property in 2004 and began to embellish a sunny, five-acre blank slate. They focused on drought tolerant, textured plants and their favorite silver-green color palate. Gawith said he has enjoyed creating levels and garden rooms that provide a flow for the couple’s indoor/outdoor lifestyle. Rounding out the property is a lawn, a meandering droughttolerant garden of grasses and sedums, a small greenhouse, a wood-fired pizza oven and a row of fig trees that provide a favorite pizza topping.

Roehm Garden Chuck and Nancy Roehm began to plant their garden shortly after they moved to their home 20 years ago. It features Northwest favorites, rhododendrons, azaleas and hydrangeas.

The Roehms recently designed and installed a flagstone patio area in their sunny backyard. Colorful annuals, Northwest natives, ceanothus and rock roses give the property a Mediterranean ambience. Nancy, a math teacher, incorporated geometric elements into the gardens: an octagonal stamped-concrete driveway inset, a double-arched cedar gate and a second cedar gate with a hexagonal design.

Small/Goodman Garden The garden of Miles Small and Kerri Goodman-Small is a five-acre oasis designed for both peaceful contemplation and dynamic outdoor entertainment. Starting with a challenging “bowling alley” shaped space, the couple transformed the landscape into an inviting garden with a natural rock waterfall and pond, indigenous low maintenance plantings, fireplaces and layered decks.

The Garden Tour takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Tickets, $25, are good for both days and include admission to all the gardens and talks. They can be purchased at Vashon Allied Arts, Heron’s Nest, www.vashonalliedarts.org and many island businesses. The tour will kick off with a sunset gala at 6 p.m. Friday night, an exclusive affair that includes a catered dinner and live entertainment in a waterfront garden. A few tickets, $125, may still be available for that event — call 463-5131 to find out. Complete Garden Tour information is available at www.vashonalliedarts.org.


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Marley’s Ghost heats up Open Space

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Sarah Christine (center) will perform with her band in Ober Park’s first summer concert.

Music comes back to Ober Park By ELIZABETH SHEPHERD Staff Writer

A summer tradition on Vashon will kick off Thursday with the first in a series of outdoor concerts in Ober Park. The series, presented by the Vashon Park District in association with Vashon Events and Vashon Allied Arts, will offer a slate of performers who play genres spanning soul, honky-tonk, world music and Latin fusion. In addition to music, the series will also include a Shakespeare in the Park show in August. The music and theater events will go on, despite the fact that construction for the expansion of the Vashon Library is still happening. Performances and seating for the concerts will now be reconfigured to the east side of the parks department building. There will still be room for the large, all-ages crowds drawn to the concerts, said organizer Pete Welch. “There is plenty of grass to spread out those picnic blankets and lawn chairs,� Welch said. “Families can come to Ober Park and relax, let the kids play on the playground and enjoy the entertainment.� The series kicks off at 7 p.m. Thursday with local chanteuse Sarah Christine, who’ll bring her band to the stage to play uplifting, danceable music inspired by the

flavors of soul, reggae and rythmn and blues. Christine’s band includes some of Vashon’s best-known players. The next show in the series will feature Incendio, a Los Angeles-based band that combines boleros, salsas, tangos, mambo and other Latin forms with Indian, Arabic and Celtic stylings. That show, set for 7 p.m. Friday, July 5, will be co-sponsored by islander Jessa Zimmerman as a celebration of her 50th birthday. Billy Joe & The Dusty 45s, a Seattle group, will deliver up honky-tonk, jump blues and rock and roll at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 25. The Seattle Shakespeare Company will bring their production of “The Tempest� to the park at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3. The company is a year-round professional ensemble that presents performances and youth programs to audiences throughout the Puget Sound region. The concert series will close at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22, with a show by Picoso, a band that is grounded in the Afro-Latino sounds of the Caribbean. Welch said he hopes islanders show up in droves for the shows. “If you’ve never experienced the warmth of community at the cool nights of summer concerts in the park, you’re in for a special treat,� he said.

Marley’s Ghost, a welltraveled music ensemble made up of singers and multi-instrumentalists Dan Wheetman, Jon Wilcox, Mike Phelan, Ed Littlefield Jr. and Jerry Fletcher, will play a show at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Open Space for Arts & Community. The band, which has been together for 25 years, will bring its virtuoso mix of almost every kind of music, including country, to the stage. “The band has always been eclectic, and that’s one of the reasons we’ve stayed together for this long,� Wheetman said. “I’ve said this before, but instead of having to be in a Delta blues band, an a cappella singing group, a country band, a reggae band and being a singer/songwriter, I’m in one band, and we just do all that. It’s very convenient.� The group’s 10th album, “Jubilee,� reflects that ecumenical taste, with six original tracks and seven covers drawn from the songbooks of Kris Kristofferson, Levon Helm, Bobby and Shirley Womack, John Prince and other greats.

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What’s more, the album — produced by legendary Nashville cat Cowboy Jack Clement and recorded at Clement’s venerable Sound Emporium — features guest performances from Emmylou Harris, John Prine, Old Crow Medicine Show, Marty Stuart, Larry Campbell, Byron House and Don Heffington. The band has won wide acclaim and a dedicated fan base in its years on the road.

A review in L.A. Weekly said, “This West Coast [group] deftly, and frequently daffily, dashes across decades of American music to create a sound that’s steeped in tradition but never bogged down by traditionalism.� Tickets to the show, $12, are available at www. brownpapertickets.com, Vashon Bookshop and the door. It’s an all-ages event. —Elizabeth Shepherd

A local choir sings music from around the globe Islanders can sway to the stirring harmonies of Vashon’s Free Range Folk Choir at 7 p.m. Friday at the Vashon Methodist Church. The program will include an eclectic mix of choral music from Japan, South Africa, Mexico, Zimbabwe, the Republic

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Vashon’s annual celebration of sea life returns to Point Robinson This weekend Point Robinson will teem with life, not only because one of the lowest tides of summer will reveal a multitude of sea creatures, but also because of the many visitors expected to turn out for the eighth annual Low Tide Celebration. The celebration, which in past years has drawn upwards of 1,000 visitors from Vashon and beyond, will take place Sunday afternoon, when an extreme low tide of -3.4 feet will unveil tidepools and varied beach habitats. Vashon Beach Naturalists, who organize the event, say beach-goers can explore two dramatically different shoreline habitats at the well-known beach. The sandy point holds large tide pools where colorful sea stars, anemones, crabs and fish make their homes, while at the cobble beach to the north, hermit crabs hide under rocks, moon snails peek above the surface and clams squirt water. Special signs will mark the locations of interesting animals, and volunteer beach naturalists will be on hand to identify creatures and tell about their lives. In addition, the Point Robinson Lighthouse will be open for tours and a new exhibit will be on display inside the lighthouse. “Whistles, Horns and Lights” will highlight

the equipment used at the point since 1885. Festival food will be for sale and several environmental organizations — such as the Vashon-Maury Audobon Society, VashonMaury Island Land Trust and the state Department of Natural Resources — will staff informational booths. In what has become a well-loved tradition at the celebration, local Native Americans will row the Blue Heron, a traditional Salish canoe, across Puget Sound from Federal Way to Point Robinson. Also as in past years, Odin Lonning, a celebrated Tlingit artist and educator, will lead a beach walk where he will describe traditional Native American uses of shellfish and other shoreline resources. New this year, colorful Low Tide Celebration T-shirts designed by Lonning and incorporating the lighthouse, sea creatures and Native designs will be for sale. — Natalie Johnson The Low Tide Celebration will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at Point Robinson. A shuttle bus will run along Point Robinson Road to transport people between their parked cars and the festivities.

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Chamber director eager to share what excites him on Vashon Welcome Vashon, the nonprofit that aims to welcome and connect islanders, recently interviewed several high-profile Vashon residents on the idea of welcoming. Jenn Reidel, a member of Welcome Vashon, conducted the interviews and wrote articles about what welcoming means to various islanders. By JENN REIDEL For The Beachcomber

As executive director of the Vashon-Maury Island Chamber of Commerce, Jim Marsh is in the business of welcoming. He is originally from Evanston, Ill., where he ran a marketing company and was president of the local chamber. Marsh, who is currently in the throes of planning for Strawberry Festival, remembers many welcoming things happening in the first months after he and his partner moved to the island. In our interview, Marsh shares his perspective on the joys and challenges of his welcoming work on a small island where the gap between the pros and cons of “tourism” is a big one. Jenn Reidel: So your job is pretty much about welcoming. What is important about welcoming to the Chamber, beyond being good for business? Jim Marsh: Yes, we do run the visitor center. However, our work at the Chamber is not just welcoming new people; it is welcoming people’s talents, ideas, criticisms and stories. It is not just about directing a visitor to a place to dine or shop, although that is important. It is about sharing what is cool and what you are passionate about on the island. If someone comes in and says they like horses, food or art, there are places I can talk to them about. If someone comes in and they are looking for something unusual, I tell them where the UFO is. Reidel: Well I’ve lived here 20 years and never heard about that. Where is the UFO? Marsh: That’s it! What we experienced right there is what is so cool about this. I’m new here, and I just told you something you didn’t know. If the dynamic was set up to make me feel less than you because you have been here 20 years and I have only been here two years, maybe I

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to make their living here and do well. Reidel: Sounds like you have met lots of people in the two years you have lived here. Have you had any unwelcoming experiences? Marsh: What I find unwelcoming are interactions with islanders who have a sense of privilege about living here. I’ve had conversations with people, and they shut down the conversation when they say, “You haven’t been here long enough.” Since I haven’t lived here that long, I have the gift of a beginners’ mind or ignorance. History is important. “Part of welcoming is But it is a red flag to me making where you live when someone says, “You more fun and engaging. don’t know the history of When someone says that, If it is a fun place to be, it.” more often than not, they people will be able to are trying to prevent change make their living here from happening. So I say, let’s talk about the history, and do well.” but let’s also talk about what Jim Marsh we want to do with it. Vashon Chamber of Commerce Reidel: What experience do you remember where you felt particularly welcomed and special? Marsh: One time was when we went to the Gravity of Kindness, a performance event on someone’s property. People walked around with trays of fresh blackberries. Kids did circus acts; my favorite barista danced. People told me it was a gift to the island. I felt pure joy there. Something shared for the love of it. I think we are all very lucky people on this island. We are influenced by the fact that we live here. By the beauty that surrounds us in nature and in people. By the fact that we have to take a boat to leave. That has an effect on a person. We are not inherently special. We create it with each other. And that is why it is important to be welcoming. — Jenn Reidel is a freelance web designer, fine art photographer and writer who lives on Vashon. To read more of her Welcome Vashon interviews, see www.welcomevashon.org.

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GET SET FOR SWIMMING: The Vashon Pool and the Vashon Golf & Swim Club will hold several sessions of swimming lessons throughout the summer. For more information, see www. vashonparkdistrict.org and www.vashoncountryclub.com. The golf and swim club is also hosting a day of free activities for the public from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday.

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High school wraps up the year in LEAGUE SOFTBALL CHAMPS sports with annual athletic awards At Vashon High School, end-of-year sports awards were recently given to senior who have proven themselves both on and off the athletic field. Lena de Guzman and Landon Summers were awarded the U.S. Army Reserve Scholar Athlete Medal. This award honors students who have excelled in the classroom and athletics. De Guzman has a 3.91 cumulative GPA. She participated in soccer and tennis and earned five varsity letters. She made the Nisqually League All-League Soccer Team all four years and the All-State Team the year the girls placed fourth in the state tournament. Summers has a 3.97 cumulative GPA. He participated in track and field and crosscountry and earned five varsity letters. He made the Nisqually League All-League Track and Field Team and qualified for the state meet in the hurdles this year. Both de Guzman and Summers have been recognized as Nisqually League Scholar Athletes all four years of high school. Jefferson Douglas was honored with the Mathews Inspirational Award. The award is given in memory of Jay Mathews, who gradauated in 1973 from Vashon High School and died of leukemia in 1981. Mathews was involved

The Vashon Rock Island Rockettes, along with Coach Robert Henry, celebrate their victory over the West Seattle Flamethrowers for the 2013 U10 Girls Fastpitch League championship title. The team won its championship game last Thursday at Lincoln Park in West Seattle. The girls remained undefeated in the playoffs and finished the season with a final win-loss-tie record of 9-2-2.

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Lena de Guzman and Landon Summers (above) Jefferson Douglas (top right) and Matthew Swope (bottom right) all earned athletic awards. in football, basketball and track, and coaches called him a natural leader. This year’s award winner, Jefferson Douglas, who was chosen by his coaches, exhibits many of Matthews’ qualities, according to Athletic Director Stephanie Spencer. Douglas participated in football, basketball and golf, earning a total of nine varsity letters. Matthew Swope was honored with the Bacchus Award. This award is also decided upon by coaches and is given in recognition of outstanding athletic talent. The award is given in memory of Thomas and Douglas (Lad) Bacchus, from the classes of ’38 and

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’40, respectively. Both were killed in separate air accidents during World War II. Swope participated in basketball and soccer and earned four varsity letters. In basketball, he was awarded the Best Teammate Award, Mr. Hustle and Inspirational. As a member of the soccer team, he was named to the Nisqually All-League Team. He has earned recognition as a Nisqually League Scholar Athlete,and he served as one of the team captains for both basketball and soccer this year. Swope has also been a class officer.

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Vashon’s U12 fastpitch softball team, the Chili Peppers recently, won the West Seattle Girls Softball championship in a hard-fought battle with their league rivals. Thanks to some timely hitting, pitching, fielding and an overall team effort, the Chili Peppers came from behind to beat the Mountain-to-Sound Panthers in a nailbiter, winning 11-8.

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SCENE AT THE SCHOOLS Another class completes a beloved bird program

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Jan Smith’s fourth-grade class at Chautauqua Elementary School shows off colorful bird paintings they completed as part of the popular fourth-grade birding program. The students also participated in a class series on birding with Vashon Audubon. Retired school teacher Carol Ferch started the program years ago at the former Vashon Elementary School. Rose Belknap, who can be seen at the center and back of the group, currently carries it on. Belknap has recieved grants from Vashon Allied Arts’ Artistsin-the-Schools program to work with Chautauqua students for the last several years. Organizers say the birding program is a way to explore not only biology and ecology, but also art. All students sketch the birds they’re studying in class, culminating in detailed, full-color renditions they can take home.

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amount district officials estimated it would need to fill open teaching positions, sustaining electives at the high school and not increasing class sizes at the elementary school. As donations slowly trickled in, friction in Olympia delayed the state’s budget process. With an unclear picture of how much money the district might receive from the state or the foundation, Superintendent Soltman said he decided to fill the open teaching positions. “The problem is the Legislature has dilly dallied for long enough that all of the deadlines for reducing staff are passed,” he said. “We weren’t ready to sacrifice the program by not getting qualified applicants, so we went and got them,” he said. Foundation organizers say they’re still hopeful funds will come in to bring the total to at least $350,000. They’re courting

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a few major donors, two island families their donations year after year. are still offering matching donations and In addition, the foundation’s new mesanyone who commits to a monthly pledget sage of a sustainable campaign rather than of $30 a month this week will be entered one based on a funding crisis seemed in a drawing to have lunch or dinner with to result in fewer donations, rather than Soltman and the new Vashon High School creating the widespread base of support fundraisers have aimed principal, Danny Rock. for. This was the first Soltman said he “I don’t think our message year in several years that also hoped the recent was super compelling the school district didn’t Washington Supreme because we didn’t create issue teacher layoff noticCourt ruling that the state should fully fund the crisis that we normally es or threaten to cut proinstead saying it basic education by 2018 create by proposing cuts.” grams, would rely on continued would mean the state would find more funding Michael Soltman community support. Superintendent, Vashon School District So far 269 out of 1,023 for schools this session. school families have “We anticipate they’ll donated, compared with come through with more because of the court case,” he said. “Then 324 families last year. “I don’t think our message was super we could get by with a little less from the compelling because we didn’t create the foundation.” Indeed, it seems like less from the crisis that we normally create by proposing foundation is what the schools will get. cuts,” Soltman said. “I think that created Campaign organizers say fundraising fell less urgency and motivation to give, and short this year largely because some of the people misunderstood that we still have major doners who have given generously at least a $350,000 hole to continue our the past few years simply couldn’t continue programming.”

Depending on how much it receives from the state and foundation, the school district may have to dip into its reserves to fill next year’s budget. Fee increases could also help bridge the gap, he said. “We have a sufficient reserve fund balance to make it through the year if we have to. That means we’d just have to make it up the next year,” Soltman said. Nespor said the foundation was already talking about how it could create more incentive to give next year. “I think families struggle with their budgets, and if it’s not something they immediately feel the effect of, they decide they don’t need to change their budgets. It’s got to be a priority,” she said. While Nespor emphasized that the foundation is grateful for families and businesses that have continued to give, ultimately more people will have to make the decision to support schools in order for Vashon schools to continue as they are. “At some point, we have to leave it up to the families and community to say this is important to me and I want to donate,” she said.

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pens he’s in the middle of a lot of criminal activity on the island.” Since so much police attention has fallen on Grant in CONTINUED FROM 1 the past year, Hancock said, some are now avoiding him, and Hancock believes activity at his house has quieted “We want to get him out of this neighborhood and down. “I think people got tired of always being arrested where he belongs, in prison,” said Shipley, who noted that his daughter knew Castle and was traumatized by there,” he said. As for Grant, Hancock said, he never seems to go to jail her death. According to charging papers, Grant was pulled over for long, despite his frequent arrests for warrants, drug in August on the north end for driving with a suspended possession and other crimes. “It’s very frustrating, because here’s a guy who admits license. As sheriff’s deputy Jeff Hancock approached Grant’s vehicle, he reportedly saw Grant turn in his seat he sells dope to people on the island, he knows what he’s as if throwing an item into the back of the car. During a doing is illegal, and nothing ever happens to him,” he search of Grant’s vehicle, sheriff’s deputies found almost said. Neighbors, too, say they’ve grown increasingly frus10 grams of meth. trated with the situation, and at least three who live near Grant, who reportedly laughed while Grant’s home say they think there’s as talking with the deputies, admitted activity there as ever. that he purchased the drugs in Seattle “It’s not like I feel personally much Cynthia Pollock, who lives several and planned to sell them on Vashon. He threatened; I feel like it’s blocks away from the Grant’s house and said he sold methamphetamine “to get more of a sad state for the often walks on his street, says she’s seen by,” according to the charging papers. more and more people who appear to Last month, however, a King County whole community.” be under the influence on foot in the Superior Court judge dismissed the Cynthia Pollock neighborhood. She suspects a prowler case. Judge Mary Yu ruled that the nieghborhood resident at her house last year may have come traffic stop was pretextual, meaning from there. that Hancock stopped Grant on a traf“It’s not like I feel personally threatfic infraction but then searched for ened; I feel like it’s more of a sad state evidence of unrelated criminal activity. The search of the vehicle, the judge ruled, was therefore for the whole community,” she said. Meanwhile, Grant currently faces three new drug invalid, and the case was thrown out. Dan Donohoe, a spokesman for the King County charges. In April, he was arrested on a warrant after failing Prosecutor’s Office, said the office was considering to appear in Renton Municipal Court on theft charges. whether to appeal the ruling. Hancock, a regular Vashon deputy, said he understood During a search, he was found to possess 3.5 grams of there were legal reasons for the dismissal, but he was still meth and a small amount of cocaine, according to chargfrustrated. He said Grant — who has a lengthy criminal ing papers. Grant was arrested twice more last month, on May record that includes nine felony convictions — is known as Vashon’s most active methamphetamine dealer. A 23 and 25. Both times he was arrested on warrants, and year ago, he said, Grant’s home was the first place some both times he was found to possess small amounts of methamphetamine. deputies would search for criminal suspects. Ian Goodhew, a spokesman for the prosecutor’s office, “Everybody involved in crime on the island would in some way be association with this residence, and we said Grant was released from jail after the first arrest would go search there,” he said. “We’re not targeting to seek medical attention. He is currently released and him. We’re going after crime in general, and it so hap- enrolled in CCAP, a probation-like program for non-

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Carl James Campbell September 14, 1978 – March 27, 2013 Carl has left this world an empty place. He was an extremely loving son, brother, uncle and friend. Carl always had a ready smile for anyone who needed it. He gave 110% of himself in everything he did, whether at work with his bosses, Bruce and Matt Cekosh; while using his great carpentry skill; or at play with friends or his RC cars. He enjoyed fishing and spending time with his “buds” at Lisabeula Park. Carl had no enemies, only friends who had “not gotten with the program.” He loved music and would play it and listen for hours. Carl was preceded in death by his grandparents, James and Lois Campbell. He is survived by his parents, Tom and Pennie James, and five siblings, Sheila, Angie, Jerry, Michelle, and Billy. He also had three step-siblings, Jeff, Stacy, and Daniel. Carl and his passion for fun will be sorely missed by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him. Rest In Peace, Carl. You earned it. “See ya on the other side.”

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violent offenders, and is scheduled for a court appearance today. Shipley said he and others who live by the airport have looked into possible legal options for addressing the situation, such as using a civil lawsuit or nuisance ordinance, but so far they haven’t found a route they were hopeful about. “We’ll always be looking for what can be done. … If there’s any way we can help law enforcement find a solution, we will help them,” he said. Wald on Monday praised Vashon deputies’ work but struck a less hopeful tone about the house. There was still lots of traffic there, she said, and the situation seems “devastatingly hopeless.” “It just feels ugly down here,” she said.

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McMurray Middle School Each year the Holocaust and Human Rights Center hosts an annual, statewide contest entered by more than 800 students in grades 5 through 12. This year, students from McMurray Middle school swept the seventh- and eighth-grade art division and took third place in the

writing division. Winners were honored at an award ceremony and luncheon on Sunday, June 9,  at Temple De Hirsch Sinai in Bellevue. In the art category, Blake Jeffocat earned first place; Callie Wong took second place; Riley Lynch earned third place, and Emilia, Mediavilk earned honorable mention. In writing, Emma Greenlee was awarded third place.

The Harbor School The Harbor School recently became one of 538 schools nationwide to achieve Silver Level Status in the 2013 Mathcounts club program. This award represents The Harbor School math

team’s completion of five rigorous math challenges designed to promote critical thinking and creativity. It follows on the heels of The team’s second-place finish in the statewide Division 2 Math is Cool competition this past December. James Cardo, head of school at The Harbor School, said their success is due to the work of the team’s volunteer coach Nathan Enzian and math teacher Leslie Blair, as well as the dedication of the students.

COMMUNITY Class of ‘73 reuinion The Vashon High School class of 1973 will hold its

40-year class reunion on Aug. 2 to 4, with events at the Red Bike and the Vashon Eagles. Specific information will be included in an invitation mailing. Reunion organizers are looking for contact information for the following classmates: Paul Gifford, Janis Doyle, Bill Curtis, Marilyn Mooney, Kathy Sestrap, Shawn Bales, Ken Larsen, Bill Leonard, Jack Middling, Victoria Morgan Hartwell, Damon Scott, Jackie Scott and Richie Stuckey. For more information, or if you have contact information, contact Madeleine Burns at (360) 460-3696 or mgburns98382@hotmail. com.

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Several high school students were involved in a rollover accident two weeks on a late-start morning beore school. According to a King County Sheriff ’s Office report, the accident occurred around 9:30 a.m. Thursday, June 6, near the 9000 block of S.W. 204th St. A 16-year-old Vashon High School student was driving an SUV and carrying six fellow teens as passengers. The vehicle was traveling eastbound going down a hill at a curve, and the driver apparently crossed into the oncoming lane and overcorrected, according to the report. The vehicle then spun around onto the gravel shoulder before sliding into bushes and rolling over onto its top. Everyone in the car was wearing seat belts, according to the report, and no one reported an injury. When the deputy arrived,

he found that all the passengers had left the accident and gone to school. By law in Washington, for the first six months after getting a driver’s license, teens under 18 must wait six months before carrying passengers under age 20, except for immediate family members. In the next six months, they are to have no more than three passengers under 20 years old who aren’t members of their immediate family. According to Sgt. Cindi West, a spokeswoman for the King County Sheriff’s office, violating that regulation is considered a secondary infraction and can only be ticketed if a driver is cited for a primary infraction. As of Monday, West said, the officer who went to the scene had not yet determined if he would cite the driver for any violations. — Susan Riemer

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