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McGruff the Crime Dog encourages the crowd to make some noise during the Grand Parade at Derby Days festival on Saturday. The parade was one of the highlights of the event, which has been a Redmond tradition since 1939. SAMANTHA PAK, Redmond Reporter
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The City of Redmond was hit with 38 vehicle prowls from July 8-15 and the Redmond Police Department (RPD) has arrested a 32-year-old Seattle man they believe is linked to at least 19 prowls that occurred overnight Sunday, into Monday morning. The arrest came after RPD received a call at 4:40 a.m. Monday from the 14800 block of Northeast 64th Street in Grass Lawn. “An 11-year-old heard someone hitting vehicles and window smashing,” said Jim Bove, spokesperson for RPD.
He said one of the girl’s parents called the police and as they were en route, a patrol officer noticed someone kneeling in the front passenger seat of a car in the 15100 block of Northeast 68th Street, sorting through items in the middle console. When the officer approached, Bove said the suspect took off running. A foot pursuit ensued and as the officer got close, the suspect stopped and lay on the ground. At the same time, Bove said a car engine revved, wheels screeched and a car began speeding in reverse toward the officer and suspect. “The car continued southbound on 151st Avenue Northeast onto Northeast 68th Street when it stopped and then sped off,” he said. “As the car was doing that, the suspect got up and ran again towards [ more CAR PROWLS page 3 ]
On Saturday morning, crowds of people lined 161st Avenue Northeast and Northeast 85th Street in downtown Redmond, watching, as pirates, Darth Vader and his Imperial Stormtroopers, zombies, dancing horses, a dancing dragon and lion and others made their way toward City Hall. While the sight of such individuals on any other day in Redmond may have been cause for alarm — or at least curiosity — their appearances in town on Saturday was business as usual as they walked alongside marching bands, elected officials, school groups and representatives from other local organizations in the Grand Parade at the 73rd Derby Days festival. Antim Bansil, who has lived in Redmond for 10 years, attends Derby Days with her family every year and said she enjoys the lively event and parades. “You see the community,” she said about what she enjoys the most. Redmond resident Rachel King agreed that seeing the community is a Derby Days highlight for her. She has attended about seven years out of the 13 years she has lived in Redmond, both before and after she became a mother. Now with a 4-year-old son, King appreciates being able to bring him to such events — especially in the summer when being outdoors is ideal. “It’s just fun,” she said. “It’s a family event. We need more family events.” Although King and Bansil see Derby Days as a chance to meet others in their community, their children have other things in mind. King’s 4-year-old son David and Bansil’s 8-year-old daughter Ashika both said their favorite part of [ more DERBY DAYS page 5 ]
No injuries in two-alarm fire east of Redmond SAMANTHA PAK email@example.com
Crews from Redmond, Bellevue, Kirkland, Duvall, Woodinville and Eastside fire departments responded to a two-alarm structural fire shortly before 9 a.m. on July 12 from a residence in the 25500 block of Northeast 67th Place in unincorporated King County east of Redmond. A neighbor had reported the fire and Jim Bove, spokesperson for the Redmond Fire Department, said the house was about 50 percent engulfed in flames when crews arrived and were not able to enter at first. He said they also thought occupants were inside as no one was coming out of the building.
Crews from multiple fire departments responded to a two-alarm fire at a house east of Redmond last Friday morning. Courtesy Photo “It turns out they were out of town,” Bove said, adding that the owners were notified right away and made their way home from Walla Walla immediately. There were no injuries. Bove said, according to
neighbors, the owners had four dogs and two cats. The four dogs have been accounted for and are doing fine but the cats are unaccounted for at this time. The cause of the fire is still unknown and currently under investigation.
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Marchione welcomes Chinese exchange students to Redmond City of Redmond Mayor John Marchione met with a group of Chinese exchange students Wednesday afternoon at City Hall. A total of 33 students and two teachers from all over China arrived in Redmond on Tuesday and will be visiting until July 30. The students, who are part of the Education First Homestay program, attend Redmond Middle School in the mornings and go on field trips in the afternoons. Wednesday’s visit to City Hall was one of the students’ first field trips. Earlier in the day, they visited Microsoft’s Redmond campus. The students are staying with host families in Redmond and will then travel to San Francisco and Los Angeles. Their main goal is to practice English and learn about American culture. Courtesy photo
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www.redmond-reporter.com [ CAR PROWLS from page 1] the car, but the officer caught up to him and arrested him.” Bove said the suspect had a felony warrant for residential burglary and the vehicle that sped away had been stolen from Bellevue. He added that the suspect was taken to the hospital because he admitted to swallowing heroin when he saw the officer approach and had become ill. “We believe he and his cohorts are linked to at least 19 prowls that occurred (Sunday) night, but it’s still under investigation and fingerprints are pending,” Bove said. Out of the 38 vehicle prowls that occurred in the last week, Bove said in 20 of the cases, the doors were unlocked, 10 were “smash and grabs” or the locks were punched. Items that were stolen include cash, a purse, wallet, checkbook, watch, iPhone, credit cards, clothes, tools and laptop. The remaining eight prowls didn’t fall into either of those categories as they included boat prowls or items such as license plates, which were stolen off the cars.
Bove said to avoid becoming a vehicle prowl victim, people should lock their vehicles and secure the windows, doors and tops. He said drivers could also get a car alarm and put an alarm sticker on the window if one has been installed. “Remove valuables when leaving your vehicle, including removable stereos, GPS units, garage door openers, purses, wallets, bags, accessories to any of these items (chargers, etc.) and computers,” he said. “When possible, engrave items with your Washington state driver’s license number. This allows us to track stolen property and find the owner more quickly.” Drivers should also make sure to park in well-lit areas and inform management if a parking lot is not properly lit. Bove said if people hear something suspicious such as glass shattering or see someone looking in multiple vehicles, they should call 911 immediately. “Don’t get involved or put yourself in danger, just concentrate on being a good witness,” he said.
Police Blotter The police blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the Redmond Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Redmond Reporter Police Blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Redmond, which gets more than 500 calls (emergency and non-emergency) per week.
Thursday, July 18 Stolen vehicles recovery: Two stolen vehicles were recovered. In the first case, an Everett woman was arrested at 12:07 a.m. at 156th Avenue Northeast and Red-Wood Road while driving a vehicle reported stolen out of King County. At 12:58 a.m., a rental vehicle, which had been reported as stolen was recovered in a neighboring city.
Wednesday, July 17 Traffic accident: A report was taken at 9:52 p.m. for an accident in the 11200 block of Willows Road in Grass Lawn with unknown injuries. Assault: Redmond police responded to an assault of medical staff at 6:37 p.m. from a hospital in the 8900 block of 161st Avenue Northeast on Education Hill. Shoplifting: Police responded to a shoplifting report at 11:47 a.m. from a department store in the 7400 block of 177th Avenue Northeast downtown. The suspect was arrested.
Tuesday, July 16 Burglary: At 11:22 p.m., a business manager reported that they received notification of computer activity at a car dealership in the 15200 block of Northeast 20th Street in Overlake late in the night. Upon investigation, an unknown suspect was found inside the business. DUI: A male was arrested at 10:33 p.m. for driving under the influence in the 5100 block of 148th Avenue Northeast in Grass Lawn. Drugs: UPS submitted a package containing marijuana at 3:25 p.m.
Downtown road rage ends in arrests On Monday, a Redmond officer arrested two people at 12:14 p.m. for disorderly conduct in downtown, with one of the individuals also being arrested for vandalism. The arrests came as a result of road rage between two eastbound cars on Cleveland Street. Jim Bove, spokesperson for the Redmond Police Department (RPD), said one of the vehicles passed the other on the right side, then abruptly changed to the left lane
Theft: Redmond police investigated a theft of an iPad at 9:32 a.m. from the 2200 block of 173rd Avenue Northeast. The victim reported his adult son stole the iPad and traded it in for cash at a video game store. Vehicle prowl: Redmond police responded to and investigated a car prowl at 8:42 a.m. from a residence in the 4100 block of 169th Court Northeast in Overlake.
Monday, July 15 Explosives: A report was taken at 11:15 p.m. for malicious placement of firework-type explosives in the 14000 block of Northeast 72nd Place in Grass Lawn. Burglary: Redmond police responded to a burglary at 10:43 a.m. of a storage locker at an apartment complex in the 15800 block of Bear Creek Parkway downtown.
Sunday, July 14 Possession: Redmond police arrested a man for drug possession in the 8900 block of 161st Avenue Northeast on Education Hill at 8:16 p.m. Suspicious vehicle: Redmond police investigated a suspicious vehicle and person at 7:37 p.m. from
the 2200 block of 148th Avenue Northeast in Overlake. DUI: Redmond police arrested a subject at 2:01 a.m. for driving under the influence at Bear Creek Parkway and 161st Avenue Northeast downtown. Vandalism: An unknown male damaged a cab at 164th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 87th Street on Education Hill and fled on foot at 12:14 a.m. He was not located.
Saturday, July 13 Bicycle theft: Officers responded to two bike theft reports from downtown. The first came at 2:22 p.m. the second came at 4:11 p.m. Boat prowls: Officers responded to six boat prowl reports from the 4000 block of West Lake Sammamish Parkway in Overlake. Alcohol and $40 cash were among items stolen. Unlawful entry: It was reported at 12:28 a.m. that a female in the 14800 block of Redmond Way in Grass Lawn awoke to find a man in her apartment.
Friday, July 12 You’ve got no mail: A resident in the 4000 block of 164th Court Northeast in Overlake reported mail theft at 5:06 p.m.
and stopped at the entrance to the 161st Avenue Northeast and Cleveland Street intersection even though the light was green. “An officer watched as someone got out of the vehicle, ran over to the other vehicle and threw a 23-ounce can of Arizona Fruit Punch at the windshield,” he said. The passenger, who threw the can at the windshield, was arrested for vandalism and disorderly conduct and the driver was arrested for disorderly conduct because he assisted with the vandalism. “All of this because a car ‘almost cut them off,’” Bove said.
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Away from home, but still feeling a local connection I wasn’t able to attend last weekend’s 73rd Derby Days events, but Redmond and the state of Washington weren’t far from my mind while attending my cousin Eric’s wedding in Saratoga, Calif. As we drove up the woodsy, winding Big Basin Way to the wedding site at Saratoga Springs, I couldn’t help but feel as if I was home and wanted to keep driving so I could soak up the familiar atmosphere. When we turned off the road and entered the location for Eric and Laura’s wedding, things got even better when we were directed to a grove filled with trees that reached to the sky and family and friends strolling about anticipating the special event to come. When my uncle Bob arrived, he noted that I probably didn’t feel out of place in this wonderland. I nodded my head in agreement and was appreciative that I could share this day — and special surroundings — with such an impressive group of people. As each person arrived, whether I knew them or not, I was glad for Eric and Laura that they are close with this crowd of people with spiky hair, slicked-back hair, long hair, short hair and no hair. Laughter and music filled the air, hugs, handshakes and pats on the back were doled out as Eric appeared nervous, but we all knew he’d take control and deliver a solid performance as the groom — just as he does behind his drumkit Andy Nystrom
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in the many bands he’s played in. I’ll admit, I was a little fidgety myself, because Eric has been a big part of my life for many years. My wife, Eric and myself have bonded over music, movies and more, so it was nice to see him in the spotlight, enjoying his big moment with his bride. To keep me busy, DJ Ray asked me to help him secure some wires for his setup as he moved speakers around and got his microphone ready. The sound was solid, so I guess I did my job right. The wedding was brilliant. There were plenty of smiles, laughs and tears. It was the perfect place to be, surrounded by superb people and
those trees of Saratoga Springs. While I was out at Marymoor Park on Wednesday, manning the Reporter booth at movie night, I couldn’t help but mentally send myself back to that wedding. The atmosphere was spot-on for a nice summer evening with the seemingly endless supply of trees lining the field where the movie was shown. It wasn’t just movie night, it was people visiting with friends and family and even giving a rolled up newspaper a toss through the cut-out hole of a stand-up board at the Reporter’s booth. A great night away and another stellar one at home within the course of a week. Not bad.
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All of our kids experience pain and trauma at some point in their lives. Try to name a family that hasn’t gone through a difficult stretch — I can’t. Sometimes, though, life’s bumps and curves rise to a level that can cause lasting impacts on a child’s health and well being, well into adulthood. Researchers have looked into serious events that a group of adults reported they had experienced as children; these were named “Adverse Childhood Experiences” (ACEs). The events studied were traumatic, and much more than the typical “bumps” of childhood. The original ACE Study, conducted between 1995 and 1997 by Kaiser Permanente and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has helped us understand how events in childhood, and even infancy, impact people later in life. It has also served as a platform for many other studies over the past 15 years. Patti Skelton-McGougan
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The foundation of ACE research is the correlation between the number of traumas in a child’s life and chronic diseases that develop as an adult, as well as social and emotional problems in adulthood. Researchers have found that exposure to traumas can cause physical damage to a developing brain; literally creating issues in the way a child’s brain becomes wired. The ACE Study categorizes 10 types of childhood trauma, and they fall into two categories. The first one involves family members and includes alcoholism, mental illness, domestic abuse of a mother, a family member in prison, or loss of a parent through divorce, death or abandonment. The other category involves those things that happen to the child and includes physical, verbal or sexual abuse as well as physical or emotional neglect. This list is by no means exhaustive because there are so many types of childhood trauma, such as overcoming a severe illness or accident, seeing a sibling abused, being homeless, poverty and more. Only 10 childhood traumas were followed in the study because they were the most commonly mentioned and they had all been well
researched. It’s likely that those who have experienced other types of toxic stress over months or years would also face a greater risk of health consequences. The more ACEs a child has, and the longer the exposure to stress, the greater the risk for problems throughout life. Behavior problems defined in the study include substance abuse, reduced physical activity, or missed school or work. Physical issues include severe obesity, diabetes, heart disease, cancer and STDs. Mental health problems manifest as anxiety, depression or suicide attempts. For teens and older children, the overload of stress hormones can make learning more difficult and impact the ability to trust adults or develop healthy relationships with peers. To relieve their stress, they may turn to unhealthy choices like alcohol, overindulgence of food, marijuana (or other drugs), highrisk sports, multiple sex partners, or over-achievement. Of course, not every child exposed to adversity is going to develop problems. As parents, we can take steps to build resilience in our children that can help them overcome the impact of ACEs or any stressor.
For example, help children make friends; engage them in ageappropriate volunteer activities; maintain a daily routine; and help kids set attainable goals and steps to achieve them. You can teach your child ways to take a break from stress or what’s worrying them, such as through creative activities like music or art, or other things he or she enjoys. The goal is a balance that provides children with better tools to manage the after-effects of ACEs, or any kind of stress, within a supportive, stimulating environment. Family counseling can also be a very useful tool to achieve this balance. Armed with this knowledge, take an honest look at how your child’s early years and family environment may be impacting your son’s or daughter’s ability to cope. Also look at your own history or things that happened in your family that influence your parenting. To learn what your or your child’s ACE score is, visit www.AcesTooHigh.com/gotyour-ace-score.
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A PARTY FOR THE COMMUNITY
We think the best way to care for our neighbors is to be in the neighborhood. Cyclists ride down Northeast 85th Street during the Criterium race at Derby Days. The Criterium is the longest-running bicycle race in the country. SAMANTHA PAK, Redmond Reporter
73rd Derby Days sees record participation in Derby Dash and attendance at Fireworks Finale
[ DERBY DAYS from page 1] the derby was the candy, referring to the sweets various parade marchers pass out to children. In addition to the parade, other highlights of Derby Days included the Derby Dash 5K run/walk, which benefitted the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. Lisa Rhodes, events and marketing administrator for the City of Redmond, said they had record participation this year. “It was so exciting to see all of those runners coming down 85th Street Saturday morning,” she said. Rhodes said she believes they had record attendance for the Fireworks Finale. “It was great to see the community come together and celebrate the 73rd annual Derby Days festival,” she said. Jeri Rowe-Curtis, City of Redmond chief policy adviser and communications and marketing administrator, said Derby Days brings out people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds and described the festival as a party for the community. “I think Derby Days and Redmond Lights are the two anchoring events for the city,” she said. Derby Days attendees were also able to check out various booths featuring local businesses and organizations. Redmond City Council member Kim Allen, who spent some time working the City Council booth, described Derby Days as one of Redmond’s hallmark events. “Every year it gets better and better,” she said.
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Top: Two workers at the Derby Days pancake breakfast prepare to serve sausages to the crowd. The breakfast was held at Redmond Fire Station 11 in downtown. Above: Two youngsters climb the rock wall in the Kids’ Zone. Other fun activities included bouncy houses and a trampoline. SAMANTHA PAK, Redmond Reporter
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Cyclists will rip around the Velodrome Ananda Mela Joyful Festival of India at Marymoor Grand Prix this weekend coming to Redmond July 27-28 Some of the fastest track cyclists in North America are headed to the Velodrome at Marymoor Park for two days of all-out racing as part of the 2013 Marymoor Grand Prix today and tomorrow. Racing begins at 7 p.m. on both nights, with qualifying races starting at 1 p.m. today and 9:30 a.m. tomorrow. As one of the premier races on this year’s USA Cycling National Track Calendar, the Marymoor Grand Prix will feature several current national champions, as well as former and future Olympians, who will be competing on fixed gear bikes with no brakes and at speeds of up to 40 mph. Special guests this year include Sarah Hammer, a double silver medalist at the London Olympic Games, six-time world champion and reigning world champion in the six-event “all
around” Omnium. Guests also include two-time Olympians Jame Carney and Giddeon Massie, and several Olympic hopefuls, including Portland native Kevin Mansker and Sammamish native Tela Crane. Admission to the event is $5 per person; kids 16 and under are free. There will be a “Kiddie Kilo” both nights and children are encouraged
to bring their bikes and helmets to participate. A beer garden sponsored by Mac and Jacks Ale will be open from 6:30-10:30 p.m. both evenings. Food is available from vendors in the park, or spectators can bring their own picnics. Both nights will feature up to 16 separate races with anywhere from two to 40 high-speed bike racers on the track competing for their share of the $12,000 cash purse. Races each night will include the “Keirin” — a high-speed motorcyclepaced race ending in a onelap, no-holds-barred, dash for the finish line; “the Madison” — a crazy tag team race with up to 20 teams of two literally slinging each other into the action; and the always popular “Marymoor Crawl” — a novelty race forcing riders into a three- or four-minute “track stand” followed by a wild one-lap all-out sprint.
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After more than 70 years, Derby Days has become a summertime tradition Redmond residents look forward to attending every year, but in the last few years, the Ananda Mela Joyful Festival of India has also become an event people can look forward to attending. This year’s festival, which is free, will be from noon to 9 p.m. on July 27-28 at Redmond City Hall, 15670 N.E. 85th St. The event is put on by the Sammamish-based Vedic Cultural Center (VCC), a nonprofit whose mission is to provide experiences that preserve and promote arts, cuisine, literature, languages and more derived from the Vedas — ancient Indian scriptures. Latha Sambamurti, the festival’s artistic director said although Ananda Mela is an Indian festival, their aim is to attract people of all nationalities and cultures. To achieve this goal, Sambamurti and organizers are bringing in acts who will be performing traditional and non-traditional Indian music and dance, but aren’t themselves Indian. “That’s my vision for the festival,” she said. One example of this is Delhi 2 Dublin, a band from Vancouver, British Columbia, that has performed at Ananda Mela every year because attendees “want them back,” Sambamurti said. The band plays a mix of bhangra, celtic, dub, reggae and electronica music and features members with diverse backgrounds.
Latha Sambamurti is the artistic director of the upcoming Ananda Mela Joyful Festival of India. SAMANTHA PAK, Redmond Reporter Sambamurti said next week’s festival will have many of the same attractions as they have had in the past such as live entertainment acts on two stages, food booths featuring regional Indian cuisine and vendor booths. There will also be a number of activities for children. Many of these activities — for both adults ad children — will be participatory. Organizers are bringing back the cooking contest, which made its debut last year. Contestants will prepare and bring traditional Indian dishes and a panel of judges will decide the winner. Attendees will also be able to attend a Garba dance workshop, in which they will learn a traditional Indian social and community dance. “It’s such a beautiful community dance,” Sambamurti said. Activities specifically for kids include a meet-and-greet with local entrepreneurs, professors and academics of Indian origin, chess competition and science and technology projects.
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New this year is an exhibit on the Ganges River, which is the longest river in India and acts as a lifeline to those living along its banks. The river also holds spiritual significance in Indian culture, Sambamurti said. Harry Terhanian, president of the VCC, said Ananda Mela is an opportunity to showcase “the richness and diversity of the cultural heritage” of the local South Asian and Indian community. “(Ananda Mela) creates a friendly and family oriented environment that promotes communication, understanding and community of the new demographics of the Seattle Eastside,” he said. Terhanian said the festival also encourages Indian expatriates’ children to learn, preserve and grow their parents’ culture and provides the local Indian community an opportunity to share their culture with their classmates, neighbors and co-workers. While the VCC organizes Ananda Mela, they also receive help from 4Culture and ExperienceRedmond. com in the form of grants. In addition providing the VCC with a venue for the festival, Sambamurti said the City of Redmond is providing the VCC with certain services and staffing on the days of the event for a fee. The city is also helping them publicize the event by including Ananda Mela information in Redmond’s summer arts brochure and utility bill inserts. Terhanian added that Redmond City Hall is a central location with a large campus and plenty of parking. “Above all, it is very encouraging that (Mayor John Marchione) and the Arts Commission are very favorable to host Ananda Mela as part of Redmond city’s growing signature identity as a hub for the arts and multiculturalism,” he said.
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Barbara Jane (Herard) Sather, a much beloved wife , mother, sister, friend to many, and hub of the Sather family, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer, Friday July 5, 2013. She was 82. Barbara was born in Puyallup, WA and grew up in Auburn, WA. She attended Central Washington State University, where she graduated with a degree in Education & Home Economics with minors in Music & Art. At Central. She also met her husband of 53 years at college, Birger Sather. They married in 1958 and moved to Redmond, WA, where Birger worked as a veterinarian. Barbara and Birger raised five children, and Barbara was actively involved in all of the kids’ activities from horse shows, to sports to science fairs. Over the years, Barbara worked as a teacher in different venues. She had boundless energy for new projects, including winemaking, art and was a skilled seamstress. She was an avid runner, soccer player, ballroom and belly dancer, and loved to garden and travel. She had a passion for life that she imparted to her children and grandchildren. Barbara and Birger retired to the Kitsap Peninsula, where she continued to be actively involved in the community. Over the years, Barbara was a member of Holy Family, St. Judes, and St. Olaf’s Parishes, Boys and Girls State Government Education program, and American Legion Auxiliary, among others. For the past 13 years she generously worked on behalf of veterans and their familys through the American Legion Post 245 in Poulsbo, WA. Barbara was preceded in death by her husband Birger, whom she tirelessly and selflessly cared for at home in the last years of his life. She is survived by three daughters, Sondra, Paula, and Jeri-Lyn; two sons, Denis and Steven; 10 grandchildren, and one great grandchild; brother Marvin, and sisters d’Elaine, Yvonne, and Rose. She leaves behind the scores of relatives, friends, and neighbors whose lives she has touched. Barbara’s smile and zest for life will be missed. Family and friends are respectfully invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, July 27, 2013 at 12 Noon at St. Olaf Catholic Church in Poulsbo,, WA. Interment will take place at Tahoma National Cemetery. Please sign the online Guest Book for the family at: www.cookfamilyfuneralhome.com.
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Lori Mellquest, 55, passed from this life on July 13, 2013 in Montesano, Washington. Originally from Redmond, Washington, Lori moved to Montesano 25 years ago. Lori loved the ocean and found peace at the nearby beaches of Ocean Shores. She loved helping others, being creative and making people smile. She used these skills as an Activities Director at Montesano Health and Rehab where she touched everyone’s heart. She truly cherished the time she spent with family and friends. She is preceded in death by her parents, Joe and Vera Mellquest and nephew Christopher Reil. Left to carry on her memory is her Sisters, Mary Flannery and Sandra Garske and Brothers Frank Mellquest and Bill Main, nieces and nephews and numerous friends. All of us will miss you, and you will forever be in our hearts. A Celebration of Life will be held at Montesano Health and Rehab, on July 20th at 2:30pm. Donations in her name may be made to Camp Goodtimes West c/o American Cancer Society, 2120 First Avenue North, PO Box 19140, Seattle, WA 98109-1140. 833484
William Joseph Schneble
William Joseph Schneble, “Willy”, “Doc”, “Poppy” of Bellevue, WA was born August 18, 1938 in Dayton, Ohio to Clem and Marian Schneble. Bill was a captain in the U.S. Army and served in theVietnam War as a physician. He moved his family out west where he worked in private practice as a Internal medicine physician and FAA examiner 43 years. He was loved by his patients and pilots who appreciated the time he would take to sit and talk with them. The Northwest allowed Bill the opportunity to enjoy many outdoor experiences with his family. Bill’s real passion in life was fishing with his son, son-in-law, daughters, grandchildren, or anyone else who would take him. He could be found wearing his Fish Fear Me shirt, a pole in one hand and peanuts in the other. Sadly, he had more luck eating peanuts than catching fish!! He was a loving and dedicated husband, dad, granddad, and brother. He was excited to be a part of all family activities and was usually the last to leave the party. He was a dedicated soccer coach to his kids and instilled a love of the game in his children and grandchildren. He loved to work in the yard and happily tended to his or other family members’ gardens. He loved to spend time in Plain, WA and could often be found puttering around doing odd tasks. He was a simple man who took joy in simple things. He always encouraged his family to “be nice” and asked God to help all of us be better people. He is survived by his loving wife, Nancy, of 46 years, his children Mary Haynes (husband Shawn) of Woodinville, Peggy Ruehr (husband David) of Bellevue, John (wife Sue Haviland) of Carnation, Becky Cornish (husband Peter) of Woodinville, Laurie Schneble of Bellevue, six grandkids Ella, Spencer, August, Grace, Madison, Carson, siblings Shirley Balcerek (Pennsylvania), Jerry Schneble (Michigan), Dan Schneble (Michigan), Kathy Viall (Ohio), his dog Vinny (MIA) and five grand-dogs. A celebration of his life will be held on Monday, July 29, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Louise Church in Bellevue. In lieu of flowers, the family asks to send donations to the Wounded Warrior Project at www.woundedwarriorproject.org 833374
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Never had massage therapy before? This article’s for you So your friends have been raving about getting massage. Big deal. What’s it all about, really? Just someone putting oil on your body, right? Well, it’s a little more than that. The average li-
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treat the body with the utmost respect. We are amazed by what bodies can do, and honestly, we really just think about muscles, not your appearance. Unshaved legs and cellulite are just part of a normal body. We unfortunately are living in a Photoshop world, where we think we’re supposed to look like Barbie dolls — but your massage therapist has had plenty of training in the real world and honors the individual on the table. We’re happy that you’ve taken the initiative to take care of yourself and we want to help! Q: Why is the room dimly lit and soft music playing? A: Massage therapy has been researched and found to be most effective when the brain can “turn off ” and engage the parasympathetic mode. Most people feel relaxed when surrounded by soft light and music, but
if you need, the music or other accoutrements (water fountain, white noise machine, candles, etc.), can be turned off to ensure your comfort. The room temperature can also be adjusted. Feel free to let us know! Q: That pressure doesn’t feel right. Should I tell you? A: Yes! You are in charge during the session. If the pressure isn’t working for you, always speak up and say you need a little less or a little more. And keep in mind, the “no pain, no gain” mantra isn’t always the rule for massage therapy. Occasionally it may be a little uncomfortable, but you should never feel like you need to hold your breath through it, or silently want to jump off the table. Q: Is it OK if I talk? A: Absolutely! Again, whatever is best for your
comfort — you’re not here to entertain me, but if you have questions or just want to chat, go ahead. I have some people that start off chatty but then drift off in silence, some chat the whole time, and some don’t say anything at all. Also feel free to fidget or scratch your nose, etc., whenever you like. You
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Hopefully that demystifies massage therapy for anyone considering it. It really is self care, like eating right and exercising, and the good news is, it’s not too late to start! And as with any part of health care, give it time. Sixty minutes probably won’t change a
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Girls ages 7-12 are invited to attend softball camps from 9 a.m. to noon July 22 and 29 and Aug. 5, 12 and 19 at the Double Play Sports Complex, 15046 N.E. 95th St., Redmond. The camps will focus on skill development, including fielding, throwing, catching, hitting, team play and more. Camps will be run by the Double Play owner and girls from local U18 select teams. For information, email Jeff Crawford at doubleplaysportscomplex@ gmail.com or visit www. doubleplaysportscomplex.com.
Redmond softball squad finishes third at state After winning the District 9 softball championship earlier this month, the Redmond 11-year-old all-stars finished third in the Little League softball state tournament. The girls arrived at Kirkland’s Everest Field ready to hit, and they delivered a show on July 14 as they faced the North Lake Little League District 8 all-stars. Manager Jeff Cummings won the pre-game coin toss and selected the visitor side of the diamond. Cummings’ unconventional move put Redmond in the driver’s seat from the top of the first inning. The Redmond bats stacked up a dizzying 15 runs before North Lake ever swung a bat. With the bases loaded early, Jaclyn Hargin delivered a grand slam home run. The roster continued to litter the outfield with doubles, triples and another home run by Kiki Woodbury. Their
power hitting continued into the second, third and fourth innings while Jennifer Cummings’ pitching kept the North Lake bats quiet. With her fastball thriving, she struck out five batters over four innings, when umpires ended the game due to Little League’s mercy rule. Redmond came out swinging and never looked back, ending the game with a dominating score of 20-2. Bracket play continued, and Redmond matched up against the 2012 state champions from Gig Harbor on Tuesday night. Redmond’s offense never gained traction against Gig Harbor’s defense and the District 2 team posted its third straight shutout victory, 10-0, of the tournament. After the loss, the double-elimination bracket positioned Redmond in Wednesday’s semifinal game against District 1’s
Mill Creek. Mill Creek came away with an 8-3 victory, but not without a strong effort by Redmond. Woodbury hit for a triple, Hargin and Jamie Pippin each had base hits and Audrey Walker was 2-for-4 with two singles. Hargin took the pitching circle for six innings of play, striking out six batters and generating a double play to end the sixth. Redmond totaled 70-26 in overall runs scored and runs allowed in the district and state tournaments. In the end, the girls from Redmond have plenty of memories to carry into their future softball careers. Catcher Allison Wells says, “I’m so proud of our team’s efforts on the field, and we had a great time off the field, too. Being part of an all-star team is so exciting — we all improved our game and we had a ton of fun together!”
Redmond all-stars pitcher Jaclyn Hargin unleashes a pitch during this week’s state tournament. Courtesy of Dave Wells
Redmond seniors win district title, take fourth place at state The Redmond senior Little League all-star team recently won the District 9 championship against Eastlake, 10-5. The team advanced to the state tournament in Vancouver and finished in fourth place. At districts, pitchers Miles Cameron and Nick Roels notched victories. On the hitting front, Drew Glass had a triple and a double, Cameron and Aaron Dodge had two doubles each and Jay Reierson had one double. The remaining players are Adam Brady, Dave Brunner, Reed Christianson, George Hebard, Tyler Holmen, Robert Kinney, Chris Pascale, Jarrod Sage, Collin Seidel and Nate Skewis. Manager is Joe Skewis and coaches are Don Brady and Ron Kinney. The team is made up of 15- and 16-year-olds and is a combination of players from Redmond North and Redmond West Little Leagues, including one player from Sno-Valley North Little League. Courtesy photo
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The Redmond Youth Partnership Advisory Committee’s (RYPAC) summer movie series will run through Aug. 24. The schedule is as follows: Saturday - “Bride and Prejudice” (PG-13) Aug. 3 - “Avengers” (PG-13) Aug. 10 - “Hairspay” (PG) Aug. 17 - “Rise of the Guardians” (PG) Aug. 24 - “Ghostbusters” (PG-13) All movies will begin around dusk at 9:30 p.m. at Redmond City Hall, 15670 N.E. 85th St. For more information, visit redmond.gov/RYPAC.
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After months of intensive research and success at regional- and state-level competitions, local STEM High School students Anand Nambakam, Ethan Perrin and Kevin Nakahara presented their group documentary project at the annual Kenneth E. Behring National History Day contest, held at the University of Maryland College Park Campus in the Washington, D.C. area June 9-13.
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CORE Theatrics of Redmond will present Disney’s “The Little Mermaid Jr.” tonight through Sunday. Friday and Saturday shows will be at 7 p.m. and the Sunday performance will be at 2 p.m. All performances will be at the Lake Washington High School Performing Arts Center at 12033 N.E. 80th St. in Kirkland. Tickets may be purchased online at www.coretheatrics.com and are $14 for students and seniors and $16 for adults. Group rates available for groups of 10 or more at $11 per ticket, email firstname.lastname@example.org for group tickets. The production features 34 local students. This classic Disney title contains all of the songs from the Academy Award-winning animated feature film as well as three new songs from the Broadway show. “The Little Mermaid Jr.” takes place in a magical kingdom beneath the sea, where a young mermaid named Ariel longs to leave her ocean home to live in the world above. But first, she’ll have to defy her father, the king of the sea, escape the clutches of an evil sea witch and convince a prince that she’s the girl with the perfect voice. The show is directed by Leslie Connor, musically directed by Blake Saunders and choreographed by UJ. “The Little Mermaid Jr.” rated PG and is recommended for ages 4 and older.
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ANNUAL WOODCREST Estates Multi Home Sale. Juanita Woodinv i l l e Way ( B r i ck Ya r d Road), between NE 1 6 0 t h a n d R i ve r s i d e D r i ve. S a t u r d ay, Ju l y 20th, 9am - 4pm. Duvall Annual 30+ Family Garage Sale. Saturday July 20th 9am-5pm. New Nintendo Wii U Deluxe, Nintendo Wii Accessories and Games, Tools (hand Tools, Powe r To o l s , P n e u m a t i c Tools, Etc.) Delta Kicks t a n d Po r t a bl e M i t e r S a w S t a n d , Fr a m i n g Nailers, Finish Nailer, Electronics, Television, Rascal 350s Scooter Lift, Heavy Duty Manual Wheelchair, Furniture, Automobile Parts/Accessories, Toys, Household Goods, Clothing, Building Supplies, Collectibles And Much, Much More. Go to mapquest.com and get directions to 28000 NE 142nd Pl., Duvall, WA 98019. E S TAT E S A L E . A n tiques, Collectibles, Black Art & More! Thursday, Friday & Saturday. July 18th, 19th & 20th, 8am-4pm. 13805 169th SE, Renton, 98059. MERCER ISLAND
BIG ESTATE / Moving Sale. 50 Years of Treasures! Glasswares, D i s h e s , C o l l e c t i bl e s , Furniture, Tools (vintage and newer), Records, Books, Kitchen Items, Much More! July 20th, 9am to 5pm, 90th SE a n d S E 4 4 t h , fo l l o w signs South from Mercer Island High School. REDMOND
F R I E N D LY V I L L A G E Annual Patio Sale! Find Great Bargains! Refreshments Available. W o n ’ t Yo u J o i n T h e Fun!?! Saturday, July 27th, 10am to 3pm, 18425 NE 95 th Street, Redmond. Remodeling/moving sale, Sun July 21st, 8am-3pm. 10907 SW 232nd, Upper Bur ton. Major appliances & lots of good stuff! YARD SALE, Friday & Saturday, July 19th & 20th, 8am-4pm. Camping Equipment, Small Kitchen Appliances, Bicycles, Games & Much More! 1820 123rd Ave SE, Bellevue, Wa. (Woodridge) Garage/Moving Sales Kitsap County BAINBRIDGE ISLAND
GARAGE SALE! Treasures galore! Antiques, furniture, tires, miscellaneous and tons more!! Friday, 19 th & Saturday, 20th, 8 am to 2 pm, 9769 NE Beach Crest Dr.
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