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TOXIC WATERS Recent algae bloom kills hundreds of fish. Page 4

COMMUNITY | Islander to climb Mount Rainier for charity. [5] OPINION | Park district is on [6] shaky ground. ARTS | Drama Dock show [10] makes magic happen.

BURBY FUN RUN This year’s race pays tribute to island teen. Page 14

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 2013

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ISLAND COMES ALIVE AT ITS ANNUAL FEST Head of VARSA steps

down as group rethinks relationship with VYFS Groups settle dispute, say they’ll work together in a new way By NATALIE JOHNSON Staff Writer

and Towing, an iconic, retro spot that has been in business for 53 years on Dockton Road.

After a dispute with Vashon Youth & Family Services, the volunteer group working to reduce youth substance abuse on Vashon has announced it has a new organizational structure that will allow it better serve the island and that the group’s former head has stepped down. “It was an emotional period, and there were some difficulties ironing things out, but we did,” said Kathleen Johnson, executive director of VYFS. “I think everyone is very happy we can focus on the work again.” Under its new structure, the Vashon Alliance to Reduce Substance Abuse “It was an emotional (VARSA) will not work as period, and there closely with VYFS, may be were some difficulties eligible for more government funding and will more ironing things out, easily partner with other but we did. I think community organizations, everyone is very members say. Luke McQuillin, who happy we can focus on many say had become the the work again.” face of VARSA as its projKathleen Johnson, executive director, ect coordinator, resigned Vashon Youth & Family Services in the process. McQuillin, who was a VYFS employee, declined to comment on his resignation. “It was sad that he left. … Luke contributed a lot of things to VARSA,” said Diane Kjellberg, VARSA’s co-chair. “I think that with that change comes opportunity,” she added. VARSA is now finalizing a new memorandum of understanding with VYFS, making plans to rent an office space in town and preparing to advertise either one full-time or two part-time paid positions with the organization. Representatives of both VARSA and VYFS say they’re hoping to put the dispute behind them and focus once again on prevention programming and their work to change community attitudes around youth drinking and drug use. “I would really like to get VARSA stable, to get past issues and get to the point where people say, ‘I like what they’re doing, and I want to get involved,’” Kjellberg said. An ongoing dispute between some members of VARSA and VYFS began earlier this year and came to a head in May, when Johnson asked several VARSA coalition members to resign from their positions, with an invitation to reapply if they wished. In Johnson’s letter to VARSA member Larry Kjellberg, which was attached to a reply email Kjellberg sent to

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Strawberry Festival grand marshals Bettie Edwards and Susan Hanson happily greet the crowd gathered for Saturday’s Grand Parade. For more photos from Strawberry Festival weekend, see page 12.

Roaring feature film was shot on Vashon By ELIZABETH SHEPHERD Staff Writer

After a long and obsessive journey, a West Seattle filmmaker has crossed the finish line in his quest to make the perfect car movie, and the results will light up the big screen soon at the Vashon Theatre. On Saturday, the theater will be the scene of a classic car show and special screening of “Clutch,” a new independent feature film billed in its tag line as “the most driven car movie ever made.” The film — made in homage to 1960s and 70s films such as “Bullitt,” “Vanishing Point” and “Two Lane Blacktop” — is also one of the most Vashon-centric films ever made, with more than half of the footage in the muscle car-filled movie shot on Vashon’s roads and other backwoods spots. The film is also chock-full of cars owned by islanders — a 1969 yellow Dart owned by Mike Stroble, a 1972 Challenger owned by his son

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Jay Rowlands, as a racecar driver, and Alan Luxmore, as a mechanic, act out a scene from “Clutch” inside Engels Repair & Towing. Mike Stroble, Jr., and a 1970 maroon Monte Carlo owned by Mike Bredice, to name just a few. And to top it all off, one of the film’s main locations is Engels Repair


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NEWS BRIEFS Optometrist joins practice A new optometrist will join 20/20 Eyecare Center this August. Dr. Sara Low was hired to join Drs. Jon Willems and John Mayes at the Vashon clinic and will also practice at 20/20’s Port Orchard location. Low moved to the island with her husband Mike from northern Virginia, where she practiced primary eye care for six years. Low received her bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 2002 and studied optometry at Pennsylvania College of Optometry, graduating in 2006. She has been featured in Northern Virginia Magazine, is a member of the American Optometric Association and was awarded the Jeanie Schmidt Free Clinic’s Medical Specialty award in 2010. Low said she particularly enjoys diagnosing problems that the patient did not even know he or she had. Separate from optometry, Low enjoys skiing, hiking, kayaking and hot yoga.

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Islanders to show film about meth, seek solutions Several island organizations have joined together to show a film as a way to raise awareness about methamphetamine use and send a message that it will not be tolerated on Vashon. The film, National Geographic’s “The World’s Most Dangerous Drug,” feautures journalist Lisa Ling and explores the meth epidemic. The film, which is 50 minutes long, will be followed by a panel discussion and question-and-answer session moderated by Kathleen Johnson, the executive director of Vashon Youth & Family Services (VYFS). Organizers say that the film is the first step of many, including encouraging users to get help, assisting landlords in understanding the signs of meth users and finding community resources to help in closing meth houses. Sponsors of the event are VYFS, the Vashon Maury Island Chamber of Commerce, Vashon Rotary, The DoVE Project and Shape Up Vashon. The film is free and will be shown at 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 30, at the Vashon Theatre.

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Dead shiner surfperch washed ashore in Quartermaster Harbor and are pictured above floating in seaweed at the Quartermaster Yacht Club.

Algae kills hundreds of fish in harbor Officials say incident not linked to pollution By NATALIE JOHNSON Staff Writer

County scientists believe a toxic algae bloom is to blame for a large fish kill in Quartermaster Harbor last week. The algae bloom is not harmful to humans and is not a result of pollution or high nitrogen levels in the harbor, said Doug Williams, a spokesman for the King County Department of Natural Resources. “It just happens,” he said. “It’s a naturally

Correction The size of a grant that Granny’s Attic issued to The DoVE Project was misstated in an article in last week’s issue (“Granny’s awards large grants to DoVE, VCC”). The size of the grant is $10,000.

occurring algae bloom.” Williams said the bloom was a result of the recent warm weather and would die down as the weather changed. “There’s nothing to do about it other than just wait,” he said. Hundreds of small, dead shiner surfperch were discovered in Quartermaster Harbor late last week. Following up on a tip from a Vashon resident, scientists with the county’s Environmental Laboratory visited the harbor and collected water samples, which revealed dense concentrations of a phytoplankton that has been linked to fish kills. County officials say that while the algae often blooms in Puget Sound during the warm summer months, sometimes causing colored water, most blooms are not concentrated enough to kill fish. However, there have been several large blooms in recent years that did result in fish kills. People who observe colored water near dead fish are asked to contact SoundToxins at soundtox@uw.edu.

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Climbing for a cause Islanders raise money and awareness for the American Lung Association through Mt. Rainier climb climb are covered by the American Lung Association, though participants do need to buy their own gear. They also pledge, When islander Carol Eggen told friend at the beginning, to raise $3,750 each. and fellow islander Jeannine Emery she Emery and Eggen fundraised together, was thinking of climbing Mount Rainier, and raised about $12,000, almost douEmery was supportive but declined an bling their goal. Eggen said most of the offer to join. When she learned they money was raised through direct donacould climb as a fundraiser for the tions, and a guest bartender night at American Lung Association, a cause she The Hardware Store had long supported, she Restaurant helped as immediately agreed to “It really feels good to be well. join Eggen. “I really want to pushing myself physically “This will fulfill a thank islanders; they personal goal of mine to do something that is were very helpful,� and do some good at outside my comfort zone.� Eggen said. “I would say the same time,� Eggen said. “It helps that it’s Carol Eggen about half of the money came from them.� a cause I really believe Eggen had never done in.� any technical climbing Since then, Emery before she began training for this trip, was injured in a hiking accident and will she said. The Climb for Clean Air probe unable to participate in the climb. gram offers an optional training program Eggen is still going, joining a group of that takes place in the months leading climbers from around the region who up to the climb. Eggen said this program have all trained and fundraised for the has been immensely helpful. event. “The participants have been wonderAbout 30 people are completing the ful,� Eggen said. “Now I’ll be climb26th annual Climb for Clean Air in two ing with people I know and really care groups, the first of which has already about.� completed the trip. Eggen will be in the As part of the training program, Eggen second group, which leaves Friday. and the others have done a number of The climb is led by professional hikes on all types of terrain. Eggen has guides, and Eggen said that most of now been to Camp Muir, the base camp the participants have never climbed for the Mount Rainier climb, four times, Rainier before. The expenses of the By SARAH SCHWARZ For The Beachcomber

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Carol Eggen, left, and Jeannine Emery during a practice hike on Mount Si in preparation for the Climb for Clean Air. Eggen will make the Mt. Rainier climb this weekend. she said. Although the training program has prepared her in many ways, Eggen is still somewhat nervous about the climb. “I hear you start feeling really bad at some point; I’m worried about that,� said Eggen. “But I figure they wouldn’t take us up if we couldn’t get the hang of it, so I think it will be fine.�

Eggen plans to summit the mountain, and although she wished Emery could have been by her side, she said she is looking forward to taking on this challenge with others she has gotten to know. “It really feels good to be pushing myself physically to do something that is outside my comfort zone,� she said.

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Fields project has come at too high a cost

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We hope VARSA will emerge stronger We often describe Vashon by comparing it with other places. Usually our unique island situation makes for qualities we like in a home — more peaceful, more rural, better schools. But not everything that sets us apart is so positive. Several years of surveys have shown that island youth report higher rates of drinking and drug use than other teens around the state. While a cause of the higher-than-average substance abuse levels has yet to be pinpointed, a group of energetic volunteers has dedicated themselves to tackling the issue. With hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal and local funding to work with, members of the VARSA coalition have partnered with VYFS to implement a raft of programs and changes in the community in an effort to educate families and create an environment that’s less accepting of teen substance abuse. It’s unclear how much impact the group has had so far — use at the high school level remains high while junior high use has taken a significant dip. Volunteers, however, seem just as hopeful about the impact the group could make given several more years. We were surprised, then, when a conflict broke out between VYFS and VARSA, complete with heated emails copied to The Beachcomber. And as journalists, we were also frustrated by the silence that followed, when those involved declined to elaborate on the apparent rift. We now know the details of this dispute aren’t easy to grasp. The federal and state grants that provide funding for VARSA and some VYFS programs are shockingly complicated, as was the relationship between VARSA and VYFS, its fiscal sponsor. Disputes over roles ultimately landed the groups in mediation, something they agree was a distraction from their real goals. We’re concerned that a group of mostly volunteer members trusted to oversee large government grants and significant projects on Vashon apparently fell into such dissention that it took weeks to sort out their differences. However, we think we can believe them when they say the argument had roots in the fact that their growing organization was complicated and at the same time lacked clear guidelines — a recipe for trouble. We were sad to hear that in the process of sorting out their roles, Luke McQuillin, a VYFS employee who headed VARSA, decided not to be involved anymore. We thought McQuillin was knowledgeable, motivated and creative when it came to the important task the group had taken on. We hope that the slightly reinvented VARSA — one less closely tied to VYFS — will attract new volunteer energy to carry on what McQuillin and others began. And we hope it’s true that the group will now more easily partner with others in the community. While we’ve heard a lot of positive reports about what VARSA and VYFS have done, we’ve also heard a good deal of skepticism about whether they can truly cause a shift in our youth and their actions. It seems, when a system and funding are in place so that this group could make a difference in the lives of our young people, and recent data suggests they may be having an impact already. As VARSA co-chair Diane Kjelleberg said, our best chances appear when the community joins in the effort.

First, the good news. As you read last week, the Vashon Park District has finally managed to By CAROL IRELAND MCLEAN get the VES athletic field improveAND TRUMAN O’BRIEN ment project to a point where it can fulfill its purpose: to provide Manager Elaine Ott has predicted, improved space for kids to play it will be because of some very sports on Vashon. fancy financial footwork. By delayThere won’t be any lights or a ing payment or borrowing to cover concession stand — at least not several capital expenses (bathrooms, yet. There also won’t be permanent lights, parking, the sewer line), the bathrooms, and the pre-fab toilets district bought some badly needed that have just been purchased (and breathing room, but that’s all it is. paid for with a five-year loan of The reason there’s no money for a $40,455 at $781 per month) won’t  permanent bathroom, or a sewer be hooked up to the sewer line that connection, is that, once again, the was installed with taxpayer money VES project has gone significantly — there’s no money left for the conover budget in a very short period nection fee. The commissioners of time. voted to borrow money for these In 2008, the commissioners toilets, when the district can’t find thought they’d need $1,138,876 to the funds to open and operate the complete the project, of which only toilets they already have at Jensen $125,000 would come from our Point or the Village Green daily. voter-approved maintenance and They are already discussing if, and operations levy. To date, more than how, to limit access to these rest$1.8 million has been rooms, perhaps spent, of which $1.5 by putting them “If the commissioners wish million will come from behind a locked our levy. As just one to take a victory lap for fence. of significant their performance, they’re example But the fields cost overruns, Mike welcome to it, short and are usable, so Mattingly, rehired congratulations undeserved as it may be...” after overseeing the to the district first problem-plagued commissioners phase, originally estifor getting the project to this point. mated that his salary this year would It sure hasn’t been easy. If the combe $17,000. He has now collected missioners wish to take a victory $30,500, with more to come. lap for their performance, they’re Maintenance on buildings at Point welcome to it, short and undeserved Robinson has been pushed back for as it may be, because the bad news the third summer, and park district is that these fields come at quite a operational expenses are now manprice. aged by short-term debt. This is the The project, two years late, is still equivalent of living off your credit incomplete. We may or may not cards and not changing the oil in your get further grant money from the car because you spent the money on Washington State Recreation and video games and candy. The picture Conservation Office for the project, isn’t rosy, and the prognosis isn’t good but whether we do or not, the park either. The commissioners have gutdistrict budget will continue to be ted the district to pay for this project impacted by this project for years to out of pocket and left the district come. financially vulnerable. The fact is, if the park district Commissioner David Hackett ends the year in the black as General presented a “white paper” last

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October for his vision of what the district should be — to provide only facilities and fields with no programs, no scheduling of programs for anyone and minimal staff and maintenance. By stripping the district of all available cash to support the field improvement project, he has pretty much brought his vision to reality. One of the results is that the district no longer has staff who can check program or coaches’ insurance forms to confirm that the district is named as additionally insured. This alone places us all at tremendous risk. Now, Vashon may also be at risk of losing the Tramp Harbor fishing pier because of the state Department of Natural Resources’ push to remove old creosote pilings from Puget Sound. Whoever owns the pier will be responsible for paying to have the pilings removed (and according to King County tax records, that’s VPD). It seems likely that this big and unforeseen bill will be headed our way soon. And that, my friends, will put the park district in a very bad financial spot indeed. There is, by commissioner Bill Ameling’s own admission, no money to take that dock down. And sadly, there’s surely no money to rebuild it. We certainly don’t wish to be purveyors of doom, but we believe all of us had better start paying attention. Rather than our commissioners congratulating themselves, we think a better and more productive response would be for them to undertake a thorough examination of how they managed to overspend their budget to this extent. It sure would be nice to know where the heck that money went, wouldn’t it? Maybe we could learn something that might be useful in the future. Our dear little park district is on very shaky ground.

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So, dear summer person, take heart. You are not in the minority. Your focus on money, however, clearly marks you as a non-islander. By focusing on the money you spend, it’s strikingly clear that you are asking us — islanders — to sell ourselves. Voluntarily. Even gratefully. And, I understand why. In non-communities, employees are expected to leave themselves, their opinions, their attitudes and their personality in the break room. So, having a cashier act like a disgruntled neighbor (rather than an automaton) will likely result in culture-shock. But there is value here. Ever read a great novel with blandly polite minor characters? Probably not. Character is what makes a character worth knowing. And, it’s also what you get when you have “real community.� The boisterous butcher in New York, the curmudgeon who owns a hole-inthe-wall book shop in San Fran, the gossipy housewife in Birmingham, the sweetly naive ice-cream girl in Santa Barbara and the good-looking college guy who smirks coolly at you from behind the bar in Cancun. These

descriptors make the moment. They create a story worth reading.  In contrast, the vacant smiles and false courtesy of dehumanized employees in the city is, to me highly unsatisfying. I worry for these people, having to pretend they care for a paycheck. It can’t be healthy. So, my dear summer person, I offer you a hearty and direct welcome to Vashon-Maury Island. Where the people are real! — March Twisdale

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Hawk should not have been shot In the late morning of Sunday, July 14, an adult male red tail hawk was shot and killed in my neighborhood. No, I didn’t actually see this happen but had been watching this huge beautiful bird flying over my house minutes before and heard gun shots. Then he never was seen again. His mate has been screaming regularly since. I think I’m almost as heartbroken as she. Both had been around here for months. This happened in the vicinity of Vashon

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Highway and 216th Street, off to the east before the slope down toward Monument Road. I was outside at the time and am positive the shots came from that area. These birds are a protected species, and it’s a federal offence to kill one. There is no excuse good enough to justify this. If you know who did this, please contact U.S. Fish and Wildlife, (800) 344-9453. You need to have the dead animal or a witness for them to help. In this case I have neither. There is no mistake though, and at least one other knows this too. Whoever did this needs to be held accountable. Also, it is illegal to discharge a firearm unless you’re protecting yourself. It is also good to report gunfire in any residential area as a non-emergency call to 911. — Chris Bradley

Conversations

All are welcome at the gatherings Perhaps the fourth Sunday Continuing Conversations need some explanation. These conversations grew out of the need to talk more about

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various subjects aired by visitor speakers some years back at the Vashon Unitarian Fellowship. The subjects ranged from raising chickens to death with dignity, and I opened my house so we could have at it. This has continued for four or five years now. Islanders come and share their beliefs and their occupations, and we get acquainted. We all learn about each other and are amazed by the width and depth of intellect, wisdom, empathy and passion we islanders have. The people who come are not all Unitarians. They are Quakers, Methodists, Presbyterians, Christian Scientists, Buddhists, seculars, Democrats, Republicans and Libertarians. All are welcome. Who knows which is more important — the subject or the conviviality? Check The Beachcomber calendar for the subject to be discussed, or bring your own.  It’s always good to know your neighbors. — Dorothy Hall-Bauer

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CALENDAR Vashon-Maury

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.

WEDNESDAY • 24 I Dig Dinosaurs Concert: With Nancy Stewart, kids can take a musical journey to explore the lighter side of dinosaurs. Free. 10:30 a.m. at the Presbyterian church. Adopt-a-Cat: Vashon Island Pet Protectors will hold cat adoption days three times each week this summer. 5 to 7 p.m. at the cat shelter, 12200 S.W. 243rd St.

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growing vegetables in containers? Ask an expert. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. outside True Value.

SUNDAY • 28 St. John Vianney Salmon Bake: The 53rd Annual Salmon Bake is being held to raise money for the parish. It will feature salmon prepared over an alder fire, side dishes and dessert. The event will include music by Loose Change, a bake sale, rummage sale and fun activities for kids and families. Tickets to the Salmon Bake are $15 for teens and adults and $5 for kids ages 5 to 12. It’s free for those younger than 5. Tickets are available after all St. John Vianney Church masses and at the Vashon Pharmacy and Vashon Bookshop. 1:30 to 4:30 p.m at the church. Continuing Conversations: Albert Einstein look-a-like Patrick McManus will share his adventures. Call Dorothy Hall-Bauer at 463-5664 for more information. 4 p.m. at 10127 S.W. Burton Drive.

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Master Gardeners: What trees should be watered during the hot and dry season? Ask an expert at the clinic. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. outside True Value. Club O: Vashon’s new dance club is back. DJ Whitmore returns to spin vinyl, along with DJ MirageSix and his electronic dance music, lasers and fog machines. Tickets are $5 at the door only. 8 p.m. to midnight at the Open Space for Arts & Community.

Family Story Times: Children from newborns to age 6 with a caregiver are welcome for stories, finger plays, movement and music. 11:30 a.m. at the PlaySpace, hosted by the Vashon Library. Meth Awareness: Several island nonprofit organizations will sponsor National Geographic’s film, “The World’s Most Dangerous Drug” about methamphetamine use, and a discussion will follow. Free. 6 p.m. at the Vashon Theatre. (For more information, see page 4.)

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UPCOMING

Adopt-a-Cat: Vashon Island Pet Protectors will hold adoption days three times each week this summer. 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the cat shelter, 12200 S.W. 243rd St. Hestia Hearth Circle: Join Hestia Retreat co-founder Méla (Pam) Bredouw, who will explore the gifts available in stillness. Advance registration is required; contact valerie@hestiaretreat.org. The cost is $20, with scholarships available. For more information, see www. HestiaRetreat.org. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Sylvan Sanctuary. Master Gardeners: Curious about

Get the Poop: Home owners in the Marine Recovery Area are invited to an informal discussion about what is and is not working with septic maintenance, including the required annual inspections. Join Terry Hull of non-profit lender, Craft3, to explore how islanders might improve water quality and ensure septic systems function well into the future. Hull will also have information about new loans available to MRA landowners for septic system repair. 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 31, at Red Bicycle Bistro. Salmon Derby: The Vashon

PUBLIC AND CLUB MEETINGS Vashon Island School District School Board: 7 p.m. Thursday, July 25, at Chautauqua. Vashon Island Fire & Rescue: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 30, at Station 55. Kiwanis: The group meets at 6 p.m. the first, second and fourth Tuesday of every month at the Vashon Eagles. All interested people are welcome for dinner. For more information, call Jan Lyell at 229-8085.

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RELAY FOR LIFE

VASHON THEATRE

Fast and Furious: Ends July 24 Man of Steel: Ends July 24 Despicable Me 2: Opens July 25 Charlie Is My Darling: 9:30 p.m. July 26 Clutch: 6 p.m. July 27 The World’s Most Dangerous Drug: 6 p.m. July 30 See www.vashontheatre. com for show times or call 463-3232.

Sportsman’s Club will host this annual event, which is open to the public. Participants can fish on their own then go to the weigh-in. Kids under 12 enter for free; the cost for teens and adults is $10. There will be cash prizes for adults and other prizes for kids. Weigh-in will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 4, at Jensen Point. Sound Healing Concert: Johnna Morrow and Steve Sklar will offer a spiritual soundtrack concert with Tibetan singing bowls, didgeridoos, guitar, igil (Tuvan horsehead fiddle), voice, flutes, drumming, throat-singing and a set of gongs. The suggested donation is $20. 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3, at Vashon Intuitive Arts. (For more information, see page 11.)

ONGOING Looking Ahead to the Holidays: Applications are being accepted for tables at the 2013 Holly Daze Craft Bazaar, which will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23, at McMurray Middle School. For an application or more information, contact Carol Eckman at cceckman@comcast.net.

CAMPS AND CLASSES Travel Journal Sketch Workshop: Darsie Beck will teach students how to capture the essence of the moment in their travel journals, how to take their awareness to new heights and begin keeping a record of their daily life experiences. The cost is $60. For more information, contact darsie beck@yahoo.com or call 463-5633. 10 a.m. to 4 pm. Saturday, July 27, at Waterworks Studio. Kayak Rescue: Learn the skills necessary for wet exits and getting back into the kayak unassisted. The cost is $60. Visit www. vashonwatersports.com for more information. 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, July 27, at Jensen Point. Chair Yoga: Kathy Larsdotter will demonstrate chair and standing postures to develop easier breathing and improve flexibility and balance. The suggested donation is

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Vashon’s annual Relay for Life, which supports the work of the American Cancer Society, will take place this weekend at McMurray Middle School. The overnight event will begin at 6 p.m. Friday. Teams of people will walk the path around the field until morning, when the event will conclude with closing ceremonies and a pancake breakfast put on by the Kiwanis at 7:30 a.m. This year, only eight teams have registered, according to organizer Laura Griffith, and additional teams and individuals are welcome and encouraged to participate. People can register at the field after 2 p.m. Friday, Griffith said, and set up tents then as well. The event will also include a cancer survivor’s supper at 6 p.m. and a luminaria ceremony at dusk, around 9:30 p.m., to commemorate those who have lost the battle with cancer and those who are still fighting. Above, Suzanne Mager and Marc Pease participated in the relay last year. At the time, Mager said they were walking “to support lots of family and friends and particularly Marynell Matt,” an islander and friend of theirs who lost her battle with cancer last fall. $2. 1 p.m. Mondays at the Vashon Senior Center. CoreCentric Classes: Yoga and Strength Training meets at 3 p.m. Mondays; Everyday Fitness meets at 8 a.m. Mondays and Wednesdays; TRX Strength & Conditioning meets at 5:45 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and Core Cycle meets at 9 a.m. Sundays and 4 p.m. Fridays, all at Core Centric in Vashon Village. All classes are ongoing and for all levels. The cost is $15 each on a class card or $20 for a single class. Contact Sandi Silagi at 388-8953 or Info@ CoreCentricTraining.com for more information. Vashon Community Vacation Bible School: Vashon churches are collaborating again to put on a vacation Bible school for children age 3 through sixth-grade. Monday, Aug. 5, through Friday, Aug. 9. First- through sixth-graders will meet at the Methodist church from 9:30 a.m. to noon each day. Kids ages 3 through 5 will meet at the Presbyterian church from 9:45 to 11:45 a.m. each day. For more information or to register, see www. vacationbibleschool.com/vashonisland. Registration forms are also available at local churches. Swimming Lessons: Swimming lessons at the Vashon Golf & Swim Club are under way. Six sessions throughout the summer will be directed by swim coach Dayna Rogers and cost $80 per session, with a discount for club members. For more information, see www. vashongolfandswim.com or call 463-9410.

Articulating Presence: Mik Kuhlman will put on this weekend-long theater intensive for adults. She will lead a small group of adults into the worlds of improvisation, physical theater, storytelling and clowning. Tuition is $280. 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, July 26; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 27; and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, July 28. For more information or to register, contact Sally Fox at 5675027 or sallyjfox@me.com. Localize This — Summer Camp for Activists and Organizers: For adults, 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. Wednesday, July 31 to Monday, Aug. 5. For more information, see www.backbone campaign.org. Yoga for Back Care & Wellness: With an emphasis on back care, this class uses basic yoga postures to focus on core strength and

flexibility. Yoga sequences are used to relieve discomfort, provide stress relief and help with overall fitness. Instructor Irene Tokar is a registered massage therapist specializing in rehabilitation. 6:30 p.m. Thursdays, July 25 to Aug. 22, at Island Yoga Center. The cost is $69. To register, send a check payable to Island Yoga Center, P.O. Box 2062, or drop it off in the mailbox by the front door. Junior Golf Camp: Junior Golf Camps taught by PGA professional golfer Craig Wilcox are forming now at the Vashon Golf & Swim Club. Three-day camps are for ages 6 though high school. The cost is $100, with a discount for club members. For more information, see www.vashongolfandswim. com or call 463-9410. Paddle Camp for Kids: Vashon Watersports will offer this camp for kids ages 12 and up. No kayak experience is necessary. The cost is $180. Visit vashonwatersports.com for more details. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday, Aug. 5 to 8, at Jensen Point.

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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ROCK OUT: Vashon Theatre’s series of concert films continues at 9:30 p.m. Friday, with “The Rolling Stones: Charlie is My Darling: Ireland 1965.” This recently restored film shows the early Stones — still young and beautiful, with the doomed Brian Jones on guitar — as they evade screaming fans and play frenzied versions of the hits that won them fame.

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‘Into the Woods’ is a feast of storytelling and song | Review By JANICE RANDALL For The Beachcomber

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rama Dock’s rendition of Into the Woods, under the capable direction of Charlotte Tiencken, sparks the imagination, incites laughter and entertains, all while reminding us of the infallible human spirit. Stephen Sondheim’s Tony Awardwinning musical reunites favorite fairy tale characters and weaves an unconventional plot ripe with surprise, loads of action and complex, thoughtful lyrics that ultimately lead us into the woods where magic happens. Stage magic does indeed happen with each intrepid actor. The multi-generational casting works on every level, and as in so many island productions, talent abounds. From the moment narrator Stephen Floyd (an amazingly agile actor) introduces us to “Once Upon a Time” characters Cinderella, Jack in the Beanstalk, his milkless cow Milky White, his nagging mother, an argumentative baker and his wife and Little Red Riding Hood, havoc ensues. Start to finish, Lizzy Schoen sings her lonely Cinderella heart out with skill beyond her years. Isaac Hughes, as Jack, brings it on again and again with wide range and unmatched exuberance. Alivia Jones, the prettiest cow you’ll ever meet, excels with her unfaltering, non-verbal expression. And Patricia Kelly, adept as always, is relentlessly verbal with her son Jack. The story centers on the baker and his wife, played by Marshall and Stephanie “Into the Woods” will have more performances on July 25, 26, 27 and 28 at Bethel Church. Thursday through Saturday shows are at 7:30 p.m. and the Sunday matinee is at 2 p.m. Buy tickets, $20 and $15, at the door, Vashon Bookshop, and www.brownpapertickets.com.

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Marshall Murray, Alexis Carleton, Gordon Millar, Hannah Fellbaum and Stephanie Murray look up to see a giant in the sky in Drama Dock’s production of “Into the Woods.” Murray, who set a disastrous chain of events into action with their desperation for a child. Their real-life chemistry transitions to stage with top-notch vocals and consistent spot-on timing. Ellie Hughes, as Little Red, skips and sings throughout the play with the grace and charm of a seasoned actress. Then the witch appears. Mesmerizing Maggie Laird, unrecognizable as the embodiment of twitchy evil, merges her venerable acting and singing chops in this role, made famous by Bernadette Peters. She has her poignant moments too. Having kidnapped and raised golden-haired Rapunzel (Zoey Rice) as her own by locking her in the tower, Laird’s character shows a vulnerable moment in “Stay with Me,” a lovely and unlikely mother/daughter duet sung with Rice, who adroitly manages comedy and outrage simultaneous with her fetching voice.

Cinderella’s catty stepmother is perfectly portrayed by Alexis Carleton. And the cantankerous sisters Florinda and Lucinda, played by Hannah Fellbaum and Maria Gilmour, offer comic relief at every opportunity. (Victoria Trujillo will play Fellbaum’s role this weekend). Gordon Millar shows up as Cinderella’s henpecked father and later, hilariously appears as Little Red’s tough, angry bearded grandmother. When Rapunzel’s egocentric and dashing prince (Will Wassmann) takes the stage, his melodious voice fills the room and the mirror he keeps in his back pocket offers many opportunities for him to appreciate his own handsome face. Paired with his equally vain and gorgeous brother, Cinderella’s prince (David Katz), the two provide a delightful Monty Python-style wit from choreographed sword-fighting duels to song. In

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the tune “Agony,” they lament life’s travails with heartfelt humor and luckily, we even get to hear a reprise. Calen Winn returns to the Vashon stage, more solid than ever, as Cinderella’s chorus of advisory birds and the princes’ steward. Phil Dunn plays Little Red Riding Hood’s quintessential wolf. His dance scene with Little Red is unforgettable, when his eyes glitter hungrily as the charmingly big, bad wolf. Bravo for creative production techniques that bring realism without anything being scary for younger audience members. The end of Act I, complete with everyone getting exactly what they wished for, has the audience believing everyone lives happily ever after — but not so much. Act II starts with “So Happy,” but discontent is mounting. When the giant’s angry widow returns for revenge, the story takes a clever twist and a few dark turns to help the characters fully evolve. And like all fairy tales, morality, mayhem and magic, along with a hefty dose of courage and a whole lot of spirit, leave us contemplating the alchemy of life. Throughout the show, the actors sing to Paul Swenson’s athletic piano accompaniment. Swenson, the show’s musical director, has clearly done a great job preparing the actors for their roles — the demands of singing Sondheim’s music cannot be understated, so Swenson’s contribution here has been crucial. The beautiful set and lighting design by Judith Cullen is also praiseworthy. Cullen also contributed her talent to the production by providing the giant’s recorded voice. Be prepared, this is a long play, so enjoy intermission treats to sustain you through Act II, where all the best action happens. Most importantly, we’ll all be singing “Into the Woods” for the foreseeable future. — Janice Randall is a writer, theater artist and the former director of communications and performing arts for Vashon Allied Arts.

Join Vashon Island FIRE & RESCUE as we celebrate the retirement of BARBARA COOPER.

It will be held at the Penny Farcy Training Center on Wednesday, July 31st from 1 – 4 p.m. Our business office will be closed during that time.

Barbara started her career with VIFR on 7/19/2004 as an Administrative Assistant and quickly endeared herself to our members, not only by her fun-loving personality and knowledge of our island citizens, but by her purchasing skills honed during her 24 years at K2. Drop by for a visit and be prepared to enjoy a BBQ put on by the staff.


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A showcase for songwriters spotlights men It will be raining men at a singer-songwriter showcase set for 8 p.m. Friday at Red Bicycle Bistro. The evening, presented by Vashon Events as a follow-up to its recent showcase of female island songslingers, will feature eight island men who have made names for themselves as composers, balladeers, rockers and instrumentalists. Taking the stage one at a time, Jeff Kanzler, Chuck vanNorman, Ron Hook, Jacob Bain, Gregg Curry, Will van Spronsen, Mark Wells and Joe Panzetta will all present songs. Bain grew up on Vashon and came of age as the frontman of the island band Trolls Cottage. With his current band, Publish the Quest, he’s toured to countries in Europe and Africa where the group has performed at festivals and in music halls, recorded with local artists and conducted music workshops and jam sessions with underprivileged children. Hook is another island music superstar — he is the longtime frontman and founder of the seminal Vashon band Subconcious Population. Many local performers count him as a mentor and inspiration to their work. His performance on Friday will be a rare solo effort. Curry, Kanzler, Panzetta, vanNorman, van Spronsen and Wells, each in his own

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Island music icon Ron Hook will appear in concert with other local singer/songwriters. distinct way, call on American genres including blues, jazz, country, rock and gospel in their music. The concert, to be hosted by Allison Shirk, has a $10 cover charge, and is for all ages until 11 p.m., when the venue become restricted to those 21 and older.

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CONCERTS AND MORE ARE COMING UP Didgeridoos and powerful gongs

Concert boasts big names

Vashon Intuitive Arts will host a duo of traveling players who describe their performances and workshops as “sonic adventures” designed to evoke a feeling of healing, well-being and spiritual connectedness. The players, Johnna Morrow and Steve Sklar, are known in the circles of Himalayan and other exotic music as healers as well as musicians. They play guitar, didgeridoo, Tibetan singing bowls, gongs, flutes and other instruments. Sklar is known as one of leading teachers and performers, outside of central Asia, of Tuvan throat singing. The duo will present four events at Vashon Intuitive Arts. From 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2, Sklar and Morrow will give a free demonstration of their music and meet islanders. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3, they will offer a sound healing workshop, where islanders can learn techniques to use Tibetan singing bowls, voice and didgeridoo. The cost of the workshop is $150, but scholarships are available. Call (612) 518-9886 to find out more. At 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 4, the duo will present a “Sound Healing Concert.” There is a suggested donation of $20. From 10 to 11 a.m. on Sunday, the pair will lead a guided sound meditation. There is a $10 suggested donation for that event.

A concert featuring critically acclaimed composers from Vashon and Seattle will take place at 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3, at Open Space for Arts & Community. The show, featuring Northwest music icons Robin Holcomb, Wayne Horvitz and Bill Patton, as well as Vashon composers and players Jessika Kenney and Eyvind Kang, is a benefit for Vashon’s Interfaith Council to Prevent Homelessness and Vashon Youth & Family Services. It’s being presented by Vashon Island Sessions and Mike Dumovich, a local singer/ songwriter who said he was motived to help the two agencies because they had both assisted him through difficult times. Dumovich has collaborated with all the musicians in the show. Tickets for the all-ages show, $20, can be purchased at www.brownpapertickets.com and Vashon Bookshop. Local artist Brian Van Buren, who currently has an exhibition of paintings up at VALISE Gallery, will have a critique and discussion about his show from 4 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the gallery. VALISE gallery members will lead the discussion.

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Head over to Ober Park for music and drama Billy Joe & The Dusty 45s will take the stage at Ober Park at 7 p.m. Thursday, the latest in a series of free outdoor summer concerts presented by Vashon Events, Vashon Allied Arts and Vashon Park District. The band has been in the Seattle music scene spotlight for more than a decade, delivering up a mix of honky-tonk, jump blues and rock and roll. Grab your dancing shoes and head out to tap your toes to the group’s harmony vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, drums and trumpet. Next in the summer series, Seattle Shakespeare Company will present “The

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Health Services Position Available Would you consider using your talents as a volunteer on the Board of Vashon-Maury Health Services, the nonprofit organization that is responsible for Sunrise Ridge? The Board meets monthly to manage issues related to the land, buildings, utilities, roads and tenants. The current tenants, all non-profit organizations, include Granny’s Attic, The Food Bank, Vashon Health Center, Voice of Vashon, The Fruit Club, and Vashon Youth Baseball. We need a wide variety of talents and skills in Board members. To better inform the community about the existing facilities as well as the possibilities this site of seventeen acres has to offer. We are especially looking for people with public relations and communications skills. Your time and efforts would benefit the community, and you will be rewarded by knowing you are helping to develop new facilities for all islanders. If you have any questions or would like to apply for a Board position please contact Greg Martin by calling him at 463-2980 or by e-mailing him at gregorymartin@centurytel.net.

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A good time was had by all! An estimated 40,000 islanders and visitors flocked to the 104th annual Strawberry Festival last weekend to take in parades, cruise the crowded festival thoroughfare, enjoy local music, chow down on fair food and catch small-town thrills at the carnival. “We tried some new things this year and tried to expand on what people love about festival,” said Jim Marsh, director of Vashon’s chamber of commerce, which organizes the annual event. Highlights of this year’s festival included expanded musical performances, a new musical stage and wine garden at the Heritage Museum and a carnival with about twice as many rides as last year. Kathi Jenkins was crowned the unofficial mayor when she raised the most money for her charity, The DoVE Project. Marsh said he credited the festival’s success to the hundreds of volunteers who played both small and big roles in the weekend. “I’m really just overwhelmed by how people adopt this and take it on,” he said.

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Thanks!

The Vashon Island Chamber of Commerce

Chamber of Commerce

everyone who made the 104th Strawberry Festival a memorable moment for all. Grand Marshal Activities Grand Parade Dick and Linda Bianchi

Parade Chair Rick Brown Critical Training Solutions

Festival Security

Vashon Artists

Vashon Tom Stewart Memorial

Classic Car Parade

Festival Beer Garden

Festival Shuttle Bus

Thanks for the Festival Tunes! Pandora’s Box Stage

Children’s Activities & Train Rides

Music in

Ober Park

Dog Watering Stations

Our Music Sponsors for 2013 Beer Garden Stage

Heritage Museum Stage Vashon-Maury Island Heritage Museum

VARSA Youth Stage VARSA

7 pm Street Dance

Special Thanks US Bank Stage & 9 pm Street Dance

Music & Stage

Connie Sorensen, Realtor ® Windermere

Paul Sorensen, Trilogy Homes

Special Thanks to our Gracious In-Kind Sponsors In kind sponsors & people who helped out…16D, LLC – Duke Davis, Doug Snyder & the crew at Vashon True Value, Jake Johnson & Sam, American Disposal, Daryl Green (plumber), Nance Scott, Cheryl Pruett & Pandora’s Box, Parker Plaza, Vashon PT & Trigg Insurance, King County Roads (esp. Jim Didricksen), Vornbrock Properties, Vashon Village (Dan McClary), Scott Shapiro (Ellucian bldg.), Vashon Park District, VOV – Michael Golen- Johnson, Rick Brown of Critical Training Solutions, Melissa Schafer of Schafer Specialty Landscapes, Beth Sedgemore and Troop 294 for setting up barricades, Wendy Carter and Troop 294 for taking out the trash, Jackie Merrill for designing the logo, Susan Hanson and Bettie Edwards for being awesome Grand Marshals, Tom Sherman & his daughter Sarah for driving the Grand Marshals in that awesome 57 Chevy!, Laura Griffith our Treasurer, Carole Meriam & Vashon Artists, LS Cedar, Nancy Carr, Janet Welch, Virginia Sager & the crew at Chase Bank, Kathi Jenkins & the Dove Project for winning Unofficial Mayor , Vashon Merchants Association, Gib & Deb Dammann, Vashon Heritage Museum, Cliff’s Beer, Vashon Winery, Palouse Winery, Dragon’s Head Cider, The Deputies, Detectives and Sergeants of the King County Sheriff’s Office, Vashon Island Fire and Rescue, Cheryl Hunt & the US Bank Posse, Vashon Market IGA, Louie Jovanovich (who can drive a golf cart really well), Ann Murray, Patty Freeborn of Patty Cakes, Sarah St. Germain & Curtis St. Germain, Lee Ockinga, Royce Wall, Dean Haugen & Bonnie McAllister, Mr. Bill Mann (baling the field for the carnival), Giraffe, Ignition Gallery, Spider’s Ski & Sports, Saucy Sisters, Genevieve Trainor & Ava, Julie Hempton & Rob Wheeler, Jan Lynell, Joyce Smith, Kevin Crayton, Pat Snyder, Mo Burke, Jack Strubble, Mike & Marsha England, Hilary Emmer, Sonny & Natalie Winters,and Chris Peloquin & CoCo.


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TENNIS CAMP: The Vashon Golf & Swim Club will offer four four-day Junior Tennis Camps for ages 6 through high school. Tennis pro Preston Washington will be a guest instructor. Cost is $70 with a discount for club members. For more information, see www.vashongolfandswim.com. WWW.VASHONBEACHCOMBER.COM

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Burby continues to attract hundreds, this time pays tribute to late teen By GLENNA MILESON For The Beachcomber

Cool, gray morning skies welcomed the nearly 400 runners and walkers who gathered on Saturday morning for the 33rd  annual Bill Burby Inspirational Fun Run and Walk. An estimated 130 participants wore stickers declaring “I’m Running for Ryan,” a fundraiser that brought in more than $1,800 for the Ryan Krug Memorial Scholarship Fund. Russ Brazill, one of the race founders, fired the starting gun. For the second year in a row, Shichi Komatsuzaki, 25, took first overall in the 10K with a final time of 36:57.6. Kevin Ross, 40, followed at 37:31.6. Mark Ripley, 51, placed third with a time of 38.33.7. The fastest woman on the 10K route was Kelsey Dunn, 17, at 41:31.6. Celeste Macapia, 37, placed second with 42:20.0, and Rebecca Nichols, 22, came in third with 46:14.1. After four years of winning the 5K, Scott Healey, 38, relinquished his crown to Graham Peet, 16. Peet took first by running the course in 16:27.17. Healey

came in second with a time of 17:00.5 and a 5:29 pace.  Benjamin Martin, 15, took third with a time of 19:09.8. Only 7 seconds separated the firstand second-place winners in the women’s 5K. Maddi Groen, 17, with a time of 21:43.4, edged out Shelley Neal, 52, who came in at 21:50.2. Third place went to Hanh Shaw, 42, who completed the course in 22:23.8. The Burby family was represented by the “Burby In-Law” team of Suluh Lukoskie, Halina Lukoskie and Suru Kim dressed like strawvberries. Destia (Burby) Hermes cheered from the sidelines. Peet, winner of the 5K, lives on Vashon and attends The Northwest School. He started running in eighth grade with coach Kevin Ross. “Coach Ross is the reason I run,” Peet said. “He’s a great coach.” Peet said he really wanted to beat Healey after coming in second to him last year. “I thought he had me,” he said, “but then he faded on that last hill and I pulled ahead.”

Ripley’s third-place finish in the 10K was a personal best for him. “It’s the neon shoes,” he claimed. But neighbors reported seeing him training on the Dilworth loop route over the last few weeks and attribute his results to hard work. Komatsuzaki, the 10K winner, has been working and living on Vashon for over a year on an agricultural exchange program. He will return to his home in Hokkaido, Japan, in a few months and take over his family’s rice growing business. When asked what he will take back to Japan from Vashon, he tapped his chest and said, “Heart. Vashon has heart.” Friends of Ryan Krug showed their heart as they donned “Remember Ryan” T-shirts to share an activity that the late high schooler had loved. On the back was one of Ryan’s favorite quotes: “All we have to decide is what to do with the time given to us.” Complete results are available at www.billburbyrace.org.

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— Glenna Mileson is a sports mom and Burby Board member.

Suluh Lukoskie, left, and Halina Lukoskie start the race dressed as strawberries. The two are relatives of the late Bill Burby.

Lacrosse team keeps it up in the heat The Vashon high school boy’s lacrosse season wrapped up in May, but team enthusiasm remains strong this summer, and the boys are using their offtime to continue improving their skills. Despite a poor win-loss ratio, the Vashon Vultures experienced tremendous growth last season, and coaches say the team’s final record was not representative of its true potential. The Vultures lost two overtime games and nearly toppled league champions Nathan Hale on their own turf, eventually losing by just one point. To continue building on the season’s success, players have been organizing impromptu pick-up games this Laura Neuman Photo

Senior attackman Caz Mozeleski shoots on goal.

summer and have been visited by former players who have gone on to play Division I college lacrosse. Inspired by the success of the alumni, a few Vashon players are attending recruiting camps in an attempt to catch the eye of college lacrosse coaches. “We are building for the future, and I have no doubt that Vashon will once again be at the top of the division,” said head coach Dan Macca. Macca said the Vashon team was lucky that alumni would come and spend time with the young players. “This is what the game is really about: building relationships, having fun and passing along the love of the game to others,” he said. The Vashon Lacrosse Club will hold a car wash from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Vashon Market IGA parking lot. For more information on the team, visit www.vashonlacrosse.net.

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Race Results Sponsored By:

33rd Annual Bill Burby Inspirational Fun Run Saturday, July 20, 2013

10K Run and 5K Run/Walk Finishers Results By BuDu Racing, LLC 10K Run - Overall (Men’s) 1 Shichi Komatsuzaki 5:58/M 2 Kevin Ross 6:03/M 3 Mark Ripley 6:13/M

0:36:57.6 0:37:31.6 0:38:33.7

10K Run - Overall (Women’s) 1 Kelsey Dunn 2 Celeste Macapia 3 Rebecca Nichols

6:42/M 6:50/M 7:27/M

5K Run - Overall (Men’s) 1 Graham Peet 2 Scott Healey 3 Benjamine Martin

5:18/M 5:29/M 6:11/M

0:41:31.6 0:42:20.0 0:46:14.1 0:16:27.7 0:17:00.5 0:19:09.8

5K Run - Overall (Women’s) 1 Maddi Groen 2 Shelley Neal 3 Hanh Shaw

7:00/M 7:03/M 7:13/M

0:21:43.4 0:21:50.2 0:22:23.8

10K Run - Men - by Age Group Male 15-18 Overall 1 Baxter Call 5 2 Alix Richards 13 3 Mitchell Dixon 17 4 Samuel Casperson 27 Male 19-29 Overall 1 Shichi Komatsuzaki 1 2 Jacob Gateman 9 3 Jacob Casperson 22 4 Tom Soltman 39 5 Matt Olson 79 Male 30-39 Overall 1 Robert O’Brien 14 2 Frank Morales 20 3 Adam Greene 24 4 Jeffrey HansPeterson 90 5 Tony Puz 91 6 Jeffrey Garton 97 Male 40-49 Overall 1 Kevin Ross 2 2 David Hart 4 3 Christopher Studenka 10 4 Peter Luyckx 16 5 Dan Schwaegler 19 6 Peter Walker 21 7 Jim Simmonds 23 8 John Piccola 28 9 Mark Nicolino 30 10 Sean David 41 11 Joel Anderson 61 12 Casey Lawrence 62 13 Greg Amann 68 14 Henry Haselton 69 15 Andrew Krikawa 78 Male 50-59 Overall 1 Mark Ripley 3 2 Mark Lacina 8 3 Curt Featherstone 11 4 Joel Groen 18 5 Doug Bielefeld 26 6 Kevin Delargy 29 7 David Wells 43 8 Chris Featherstone 47 9 Richard Staehli 53 Male 60-69 Overall 1 Scott Harvey 12 2 Alan Hardwick 33 3 Eric Walker 34 4 Kirk Starr 35 5 Jim Cross 50 6 Robert Krimmel 63 7 James Laughlin 72 8 David Frank 73 Male 70-79 Overall 1 Mike Kirk 67 2 James Price 83 3 Tom Brenner 99

Time 0:40:52.4 0:45:10.1 0:48:00.2 0:49:41.2 Time 0:36:57.6 0:43:49.9 0:49:00.8 0:52:42.3 1:04:01.5 Time 0:45:26.7 0:48:51.9 0:49:32.3 1:08:45.9 1:09:17.0 1:16:17.8 Time 0:37:31.6 0:40:45.3 0:43:51.1 0:47:03.4 0:48:43.2 0:48:56.3 0:49:09.2 0:49:44.5 0:50:26.2 0:53:41.4 0:56:50.4 0:57:05.1 0:58:00.2 0:58:20.0 1:03:34.9 Time 0:38:33.7 0:43:36.1 0:44:36.1 0:48:31.1 0:49:35.6 0:50:01.6 0:54:17.8 0:55:09.5 0:56:11.0 Time 0:45:05.1 0:51:09.7 0:51:17.6 0:51:19.2 0:55:40.3 0:57:07.8 0:59:33.3 1:00:17.0 Time 0:57:50.9 1:06:43.2 1:18:28.3

10K Run - Women - by Age Group Female 15-18 1 Kelsey Dunn 2 Abby McGarry Female 19-29 1 Rebecca Nichols 2 Erin Lauber 3 Michele Cusick 4 Rachel Austin 5 Jasmine Azpiri 6 Denise Griffith

Overall 6 54 Overall 15 38 40 42 44 52

Time 0:41:31.6 0:56:16.1 Time 0:46:14.1 0:52:26.3 0:52:57.1 0:54:16.1 0:54:47.8 0:55:44.6

7 Isabel Brougham 57 8 Linda Vale 58 9 Kathryn Silk 59 10 Raelene Olivares 81 11 Elizabeth Gleb 85 12 Jessica Meloy 94 13 Alana O’Donnell 96 Female 30-39 Overall 1 Celeste Macapia 7 2 Jamey Greene 25 3 Amy Clark 31 4 Emma Nowinski 37 5 Angie Olson 56 6 Rainy Anderson 60 7 Sarah Kappler 64 8 Mandy Richards 65 9 Adrienne Meade 70 10 Linda Garton 74 11 Shannon Pilchard 80 12 Kara Sears 86 13 Susan Puz 92 14 Karen Schultz 93 15 Jennifer Gogarten 98 Female 40-49 Overall 1 Kelly Otis 32 2 Christine Colling 36 3 Shelly Whitlock 71 4 J. Paige Johnson 76 5 Jennifer Krikawa 77 6 Karen Wilcox 84 7 Michelle McVeigh 88 8 Korina Knudson 95 Female 50-59 Overall 1 Susan Tuller 45 2 Nancy Bristow 46 3 Michelle Abel 48 4 Marlene Hanson 82 5 Susan Hoppe 87 Female 60-69 Overall 1 Sarah Driggs 55 2 Kit Bean 66 3 Barbara McMahon 75 Female - Not Categorized Overall Martha Johnson 49 Olivia Andrus 51 Heidi Peterson 89

0:56:39.9 0:56:41.4 0:56:46.7 1:04:13.5 1:07:45.1 1:09:43.0 1:15:11.4 Time 0:42:20.0 0:49:32.5 0:50:56.6 0:52:15.6 0:56:25.6 0:56:50.4 0:57:11.8 0:57:15.3 0:58:23.5 1:00:39.5 1:04:05.6 1:07:46.4 1:09:17.1 1:09:41.2 1:16:43.6 Time 0:51:07.7 0:51:30.2 0:59:06.7 1:03:04.3 1:03:34.2 1:07:44.9 1:08:33.9 1:11:28.0 Time 0:54:48.3 0:54:58.0 0:55:17.0 1:04:17.3 1:08:06.8 Time 0:56:19.1 0:57:35.7 1:01:00.6 Time 0:55:29.4 0:55:44.3 1:08:44.9

5K Run - Men - by Age Group Male 1-9 1 Davis Rice 2 Rees Challman 3 Dalton Kearns 4 Gavin Keenan 5 Isaiah Challman 6 Joshua Hu Male 10-14 1 Dylan Martinez 2 John Ursino 3 Jeffrey Parrish 4 Isaac Martin 5 Ezra Alldredge 6 Zach VanDusen 7 Anthony Martin 8 Max Gross Shader 9 Luke Larson 10 Luis Eicher Lyons 11 Bennett Hu 12 Theo Hu 13 Jacob Gold 14 Jahmiah Hoogen 15 Kyle Jenkins 16 Jake Harrah 17 Sam Profit Male 15-18 1 Graham Peet 2 Benjamine Martin 3 Jack Brenner 4 Fletcher Call 5 Griffith Jennings 6 Aaron Kitchener 7 Teddy Atwell 8 Gibson Silagi 9 Grant Lyons 10 Bradley Gylland 11 Philip VanDevanter 12 Roan O’Neill Male 19-29 1 Alex Williams

Overall 54 63 70 126 153 154 Overall 10 11 19 26 29 33 36 37 43 53 61 67 71 83 91 120 169 Overall 1 3 5 6 7 13 14 27 44 65 80 121 Overall 15

Time 0:25:25.5 0:26:15.6 0:26:58.2 0:32:22.8 0:35:10.8 0:35:23.6 Time 0:20:57.2 0:20:59.7 0:21:39.1 0:22:18.8 0:22:41.5 0:22:56.8 0:23:05.7 0:23:17.7 0:24:13.7 0:25:22.3 0:26:03.4 0:26:45.7 0:27:06.3 0:27:47.4 0:28:46.2 0:31:39.9 0:37:47.4 Time 0:16:27.7 0:19:09.8 0:19:38.8 0:20:03.7 0:20:30.1 0:21:14.1 0:21:18.6 0:22:22.1 0:24:24.6 0:26:32.8 0:27:33.9 0:31:50.5 Time 0:21:23.9

2 Tyler Bernheisel 3 Elias Weston 4 James Searles 5 Brian Gylland 6 Marc Langland Male 30-39 1 Scott Healey 2 Nick Keenan 3 Andrew Zabel 4 Charlie Katica 5 Jesse Johnson 6 Matthew Hahn 7 Matt Thomas 8 Danny Rock 9 William Mishy 10 Ryan Bird 11 Andrew Jacobson 12 Max Baumann 13 Bryce Harpole 14 Ryan Headley 15 Mark Stromberg Male 40-49 1 Tim Martin 2 David Waterworth 3 Ralph Pooler 4 Michael Marks 5 Hans Vandusen 6 Douglas Sackman 7 Steve Otis 8 Daniel Macca 9 Simon North 10 Gregg Bernheisel 11 Michael Riggs 12 Mark Timken 13 Ryan Challman 14 Kelly McEachern 15 Wilson Hu 16 Kurt Jenkins Male 50-59 1 Louis Bull 2 Travis Shaw 3 Tobias Nichols 4 Karl Kitchener 5 Fred Flinstone 6 Joe Silagi 7 Scott Rice 8 Terry Glover 9 Dan Clare 10 Kevin Boyd 11 David Sunstrom 12 Nick Solandros 13 Byron Cowart Male 60-69 1 Todd Pearson 2 Wallace Wood 3 Peter Butz 4 Randy Smith 5 Barney Rubble 6 Tom Theno 7 Vernon Trevellyan 8 John McCoy 9 Gary Preston 10 Keith Schramm 11 Glenn Priest 12 Chuck Hoffman Male 70-99 1 Abe Bergman

17 38 42 56 119 Overall 2 4 12 16 18 30 46 51 59 60 64 68 137 163 172 Overall 8 9 21 23 32 35 39 50 66 78 94 100 146 147 152 174 Overall 24 41 47 74 77 88 93 96 109 118 133 159 181 Overall 25 34 49 57 75 84 117 140 151 177 179 183 Overall 175

0:21:37.8 0:23:22.4 0:23:48.9 0:25:32.1 0:31:36.4 Time 0:17:00.5 0:19:32.1 0:20:59.7 0:21:25.8 0:21:38.7 0:22:48.7 0:24:26.4 0:25:17.8 0:25:54.7 0:25:56.7 0:26:29.9 0:26:45.7 0:33:03.9 0:36:52.4 0:38:01.9 Time 0:20:46.3 0:20:57.2 0:21:47.7 0:21:57.8 0:22:55.2 0:23:03.7 0:23:29.6 0:24:46.4 0:26:33.2 0:27:20.7 0:28:59.6 0:29:42.6 0:34:24.7 0:34:30.4 0:34:57.1 0:40:32.1 Time 0:22:04.3 0:23:37.1 0:24:28.3 0:27:13.2 0:27:19.6 0:28:43.4 0:28:58.7 0:29:04.6 0:30:13.3 0:31:30.7 0:32:53.0 0:36:13.1 0:48:00.3 Time 0:22:06.5 0:22:59.5 0:24:44.6 0:25:43.2 0:27:15.4 0:27:51.3 0:31:26.2 0:33:55.9 0:34:44.1 0:40:49.9 0:43:30.9 1:02:58.8 Time 0:40:33.1

5K Run - Women - by Age Group Female 1-9 Overall 1 Mallorie Keenan 122 2 Tori Hu 134 3 Kaitlyn Bonaventura 144 4 Alexandra Waterworth 149 5 Isabel Forest 170 Female 10-14 Overall 1 Erin Harrah 69 2 Enya Pooler 85 3 Grace Riggs 95 4 Beatrice Timken 97 5 Chloe Kuyper 101 6 Olivia Larson 102 7 Josie Palmer 103 8 Marie Abel 104 9 Flora Dougher 113 10 Stella Otis 114 11 Ciely Daly 115 12 Rhiannon Simmonds 156 13 Elly Snyder 157

Time 0:31:53.0 0:32:53.9 0:34:09.9 0:34:33.9 0:37:47.8 Time 0:26:54.3 0:28:10.5 0:29:01.1 0:29:10.4 0:29:47.7 0:29:49.4 0:29:49.7 0:29:53.7 0:30:45.8 0:30:53.9 0:30:58.1 0:35:40.4 0:35:40.6

14 Katya Winge 161 15 Sienna Stromberg 171 16 Hailey Jenkins 176 Female 15-18 Overall 1 Maddi Groen 20 2 Julia Mitchell 31 3 Annalisa Ursino 40 4 Lliralyn McEachern 45 5 Emma Veatch 58 6 Kirsten Girard 79 7 Kalie Heffernan 81 8 Lauren Ockinga 82 9 Ellen Chappelka 125 10 Miriam Chappelka 128 Female 19-29 Overall 1 Taylor Hernandez 72 2 Erica Walker 87 3 Gillian Doepke 92 4 Camille Kappelman 107 5 Halina Lukoskie 110 6 Jemma Langland 131 7 Katherine Everitt 182 Female 30-39 Overall 1 Eileen Miller 48 2 Becca North 62 3 Kristi Duffey 86 4 Karen Olson 89 5 Sarah Sullivan 99 6 Suluh Lukoskie 111 7 Mairead Geraghty 112 8 Tuhean Nelson 127 9 Katie Kalamakis 130 10 Angie Harpole 136 11 Jennifer Bonaventura 143 12 Amanda Headley 164 Female 40-49 Overall 1 Hanh Shaw 28 2 Salli Swift 52 3 Brenda Martin 55 4 Karen Ripley 76 5 Lea Heffernan 90 6 Jennifer Jenkins 98 7 Lynn Clare 106 8 Erika Carleton 108 9 Amber Jackson 123 10 Jenny Minier 129 11 Kate Dunn 132 12 Heather Timken 138 13 Debbie Banner 148 14 Gorette Hu 155 15 Judith Kimmel 158 16 Susannah Hannaford 167 17 Emily Burns 168 18 Alysa Challman 178 Female 50-59 Overall 1 Shelley Neal 22 2 Laura Weston 73 3 Ada Abel 105 4 Nancy Kappelman 116 5 Tory Hayes 124 6 Katherine Whitney 135 7 Lynda Fitzpatrick 141 8 Barb Owdzie 142 9 Laura Merchant 145 10 Elizabeth Nickerson 150 11 Kathie Glover 160 12 Vicky de Monterey Richoux 166 13 Linda English 180 Female 60-69 Overall 1 Phyllis Davis 139 2 Marilyn Kleyn 162 3 Lyn Preston 165 Female 70-99 Overall 1 Beryl Bucklin 184 Female - Not Categorized Overall Carol Butler 173

0:36:26.9 0:38:00.0 0:40:35.4 Time 0:21:43.4 0:22:51.9 0:23:30.6 0:24:25.7 0:25:53.3 0:27:21.2 0:27:36.6 0:27:40.1 0:32:20.9 0:32:30.9 Time 0:27:10.4 0:28:38.3 0:28:52.1 0:30:04.8 0:30:27.7 0:32:48.6 0:49:20.9 Time 0:24:34.6 0:26:11.5 0:28:34.4 0:28:43.4 0:29:26.1 0:30:29.8 0:30:42.6 0:32:24.3 0:32:32.6 0:33:01.5 0:34:09.9 0:36:53.1 Time 0:22:23.8 0:25:22.0 0:25:32.0 0:27:16.0 0:28:45.5 0:29:21.1 0:29:56.9 0:30:06.8 0:32:04.0 0:32:32.0 0:32:51.7 0:33:26.0 0:34:33.3 0:35:24.1 0:36:11.7 0:37:41.7 0:37:47.0 0:41:54.4 Time 0:21:50.2 0:27:12.4 0:29:54.2 0:31:07.7 0:32:08.2 0:32:53.9 0:34:04.3 0:34:05.0 0:34:12.1 0:34:43.8 0:36:20.7 0:37:34.1 0:47:30.1 Time 0:33:37.9 0:36:41.0 0:37:05.0 Time 1:06:40.4 Time 0:40:17.7

5K Walk - Finishers Male - Not Categorized 1 Axel Nelson 2 Sam Ederington 3 Max Ederington 4 Mark Ursino 5 David Lauber 6 Josh Ederington 7 Bob McMahon 8 Jamie Smyth 9 Steven Ohmert

Overall 1 2 4 5 8 9 10 13 14

Time 0:32:25.8 0:33:02.6 0:38:29.7 0:38:46.2 0:39:43.6 0:40:41.4 0:41:13.0 0:42:52.9 0:42:53.7

10 Scott Barmby 17 11 Tony Lund 30 12 Stephen Daly 35 13 Marcus Daly 36 14 Tom Pigsley 42 15 Eric Heffelfinger 47 16 Skip Norton 51 17 Mark VanDevanter 52 18 Jarlath Lyons 57 19 Epifanio Wilson 65 20 David Giusti 66 21 Ennio Giusti 71 22 Bill Dupen 72 23 Elliott James 79 24 Matt Morsih 80 25 Chris Terp 81 26 Andy James 82 27 Thomas Daly 84 28 Tommy Daly 85 29 Harry Gerecke 87 30 Dave Kearney 88 Female - Not Categorized Overall 1 Robin Lauber 3 2 Christa Ursino 6 3 Melinda Ursino 7 4 Genevieve Palmer 11 5 Cyndi OBrien 12 6 Chastity Medlock 15 7 Sharon Bujacich 16 8 Karine Smyth 18 9 Linda Laughlin 19 10 Autumn Daly 20 11 Elizabeth Freeman 21 12 Indica Hoogen 22 13 Rosemary Hoogen 23 14 Grace Brown 24 15 Kim Sudduth 25 16 Olivia Sudduth 26 17 Anne Barmby 27 18 Myra Elliott 28 19 Mary Rosenow 29 20 Isabella Dougher 31 21 Lori Carlander 32 22 Renee Butz 33 23 Lois Schwennesen 34 24 Melanie Salonen 37 25 Hannah Lauber 38 26 Madeline Lauber 39 27 Taryn Mulvihill 40 28 Natalie VanDevanter 41 29 Karen Thwaite 43 30 Linda Thwaite Peterson 44 31 Kelly Daly 45 32 Amy Huggins 46 33 Anne Symbol 48 34 Gail Gourley 49 35 Gwen Goforth 50 36 Roxanne Lyons 53 37 Carrie Van Buren 54 38 Lynn Douglas 55 39 Regina Lyons 56 40 Anne Atwell 58 41 Diana Anderson 59 42 Barbara Gylland 60 43 Thea Vernon 61 44 Isi Meyerhoff 62 45 Faye Wirth 63 46 Nan Wilson 64 47 Sofia Giusti 67 48 Karen McCoy 68 49 Francesca Giusti 69 50 Gianna Giusti 70 51 Pat Dupen 73 52 Novelle Dupen-Meyerhoff 74 53 Carrie Power 75 54 Pamela Chinn 76 55 Kim Forhart 77 56 Melissa Schumann 78 57 Dana Ness 83 58 Josephine Daly 86 59 Elicia Johnson 89 60 Emma Starcher 90 61 Sophie Harrison 91 62 Amber Starcher 92 63 Blythe Bartlett 93 64 Linda Hoffman 94 65 Marilyn Campbell 95 66 Elfi Rice 96 67 George Wright 97 68 Kelly Wright 98 69 Elaine Kearney 99

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Caroline Gleb Caroline Gleb, a 2010 graduate of Vashon High School, recently received an academic excellence award at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Ariz. Astronaut Nicole Stot bestowed the award. Gleb will be a senior this fall and is studying aeronautical science to become a commercial airline pilot.  

To be eligible for the award, students must maintain a 3.5 GPA average or above. Gleb was also recognized for being the top woman scholar for the school’s College of Aviation.   Her parents are Cheryl Mathews and Todd Gleb.

Nadine Edelstein Nadine Edelstein received this year’s Coverings’ prize for Best Residential Mosaic Design. Her project “Dragonflower Vine,” a pathway through a garden in a private residence in Seattle, was honored at a reception in Atlanta at this year’s international tile conference.

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CALL FOR ARTISTS Farm-life work sought Artists are invited to submit their farm-life-themed artwork, in any medium, to a September show at Two Wall Gallery sponsored by the Vashon Sheepdog Classic. A cash award will be given to the artist of the winning artwork. For more information and to apply to be in the show, visit www.vashonsheepdogclassic.com or call Marjon McDermott at (805) 448-8766.

Albert Sweet Albert Richard Sweet, 86, of Vashon, died on June 18, 2013, with family at his side. Mr. Sweet was born to the late William and Beatrice Sweet of Belvidere, New Jersey, on Aug. 6, 1926. He

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graduated from Belvidere High School in 1944. After returning from military service in 1946, he attended Drew University, where he received a bachelor of arts and a master of divinity degree. Mr. Sweet was married in Spencerport, New York, to Gene Alma Haley in 1950. Shortly thereafter, he began his ministry at the New Dover United Methodist Church in Edison, New Jersey. After serving at New Dover, he continued his ministry at the Wesley United Methodist Church of South Plainfield, New Jersey. In 1966, he accepted an offer to serve at the United Methodist Church in Ellensburg, Wash. He finished his career in Seattle at the Sand Point Community United Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Sweet retired to Vashon in 1991. He is survived by his wife Gene and two sons, Craig (Kaoru) Sweet of Osaka, Japan, and Mark (Ann) Sweet of Vashon. He is also survived by his two grandchildren, Tatsuhiko Sweet and Alisa Sweet. A memorial service was held July 23 at the Vashon United Methodist Church.

Carol Howe-Brashear Carol Howe-Brashear, 47, died July 7, 2013, at home in Gresham, Ore. She grew up in Portland, Ore., and graduated from David Douglas High School in 1984. Often on the President’s Honor Roll, she earned her degree in computer information systems in health informatics at Mount Hood Community College. Ms. Howe-Brashear ‘sdaughters, Ashley and Katie Brashear, were born while she lived in Clyde, Texas, between 1986 and 98. She returned to the Greater Portland area and raised her daughters, who family members say were the loves of her life and the focus of her joy and attention.  Her daughters survive her as well as her mother Karen (Kurth) Long, father

Carroll “Clyde” Howe, his wife Valerie from Vashon, sister Michelle (Howe) Petrie, her husband Tim and nephew Aiden of Auburn, Wash., and grandmother, Ruth Kurth in San Antonio, Texas. A celebration of her life took place on  July 20 in Gresham, Ore.  In lieu of flowers, contributions for final expenses are appreciated. For more information, contact Pat and Sandy Shunn  at (360) 892-9930.

SHERIFF’S REPORT June 1: An assault was reported between two men at Sporty’s. June 2: Shoplifting was reported at The Country Store. June 9: A car with keys in the ignition was stolen in front of Joy’s Cleaners. June 10: Vandalism was reported at a home in the 25700 block of Wax Orchard Road. June 15: Shoplifting was reported at the Vashon Pharmacy. June 16: Jewelry was reported stolen from a home in the 11400 block of SW 208th Street. June 21: A former employee shoplifted and was barred from Thriftway. June 22: A purse and laptop were stolen from an unlocked car in the 12500 block of SW 148th Street. The victim’s ATM and credit cards were later used in Seattle. June 24: A person took an unattended bag with personal material and narcotics from the Village Green. June 25: A car window was broken during an argument in the 10800 block of Point Vashon Drive SW. June 26: Tools were stolen from an unlocked shed in the 23100 block of 50th Place SW. June 27: Vashon High School was broken into and vandalized. Kitchen knives were stolen and there was smoke damage. The same day construction equipment was stolen from the new high school.

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Johnson and copied to a reporter at The Beachcomber, Johnson gave a few reasons for making the move, including VARSA’s failure to report in a timely manner various information required by its government grants. In Larry Kjellberg’s reply email, he questioned whether Johnson had the authority to ask that VARSA members resign and was highly critical of Johnson and her work at VYFS. In reply emails copied to The Beachcomber, two other coalition members expressed dismay at Johnson’s decision and said they would not resign. Johnson, McQuillin and VARSA coalition members were tight-lipped about the dispute, declining to comment on it at the time. Jim Hauser, another VARSA member, said the group ultimately sought mediation, and VARSA later released a statement saying it was working with VYFS. Those involved in the dispute still decline to give specific details about it, but say the argument stemmed from a need to better define the roles and responsibilities of VARSA and VYFS as the two groups planned multiple approaches to tackling Vashon’s high levels of youth substance abuse and decided how to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars in government funding. They say the memorandum of understand-

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ing between the two groups had not been updated since 2009. “It was clear as mud ... and that’s where the tension you saw was coming from,” said Meri-Michael Collins, a VARSA co-chair. While VARSA volunteers emphasize that VARSA was never an official program of VYFS, its fiscal sponsor, the new structure gives VARSA even greater independence from Vashon’s social services organization. “We decided long-term it’s the best thing for the community and the grant if we make it really clean, which doesn’t mean we’re not collaborating,” Collins said. “We’ll always collaborate.” While Johnson and McQuillin, both VYFS employees, served as VARSA’s program director and project coordinator, both of those roles will now be filled by one or two people employed solely by VARSA. Collins said VARSA chose to offer a position to McQuillin under the new structure, but he issued his resignation. Collins said McQuillin, who was hired by VYFS in 2010, took a lot of knowledge and experience with him. She said she requested a formal exit interview with McQuillin and VYFS to try to learn more about his time with VYFS and why he may have resigned. “We’re going to miss a lot of his skills,” she said. Under VARSA’s new model, its new director — or perhaps two people who split outreach and administration duties — will respond directly to the VARSA coalition

MaryAnne Hallowell Reinert MaryAnne Hallowell Reinert, 81, a full-time Vashon resident for the past quarter-century, died unexpectedly in her sleep in the early morning hours of July 3. Daughter of Lionel and Jeanette Hallowell, she was born on May 17, 1932, in Seattle. During her childhood, her family spent summers in a Corbin Beach cabin, where she developed a love of the saltwater and the Island that stayed with her for the rest of her life. She married Roger Porter in 1953 and the couple had two daughters. Then she married Harry Reinert, Jr., in 1969, a marriage that lasted until her death 43 years later. The couple moved to Vashon in 1989, which MaryAnne felt was a homecoming. On the Island, she was a volunteer in several schools and in the Time Out program for the Senior Center. On occasion she became a political activist. She was known for her good natured sense of humor, curiosity and love of adventure. Raised as an Episcopalian, she became very ecumenical in her adult years. On Vashon, in addition to Church of the Holy Spirit, she frequently attended mass at St. Patrick’s and St John Vianney Catholic Church, and at the same time was also active with the Baptist congregation at the Burton Community Church. She was a longtime regular supporter of Union Gospel Mission in Seattle. In addition to her husband, she is survived by her brother Robert Hallowell and wife Claire, Vashon; sister Elizabeth Haley, Ft. Collins, CO; daughters Laura Brustad, Auburn, and Ruth Tilman, Flagstaff, AZ; son Lionel Reinert, Lynnwood; step-sons Harry III and Rick Reinert, Seattle; Thomas Reinert, Chapel Hill, NC; Ted Reinert, New York City; and Andrew Reinert, Gambier, OH; five grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. The life of MaryAnne Reinert will be celebrated in a memorial service July 27 at 1 p.m. at the Vashon United Methodist Church, conducted by Rev. Dr. Kathryn A. Morse, who will be joined by Rev. Bruce Chittick of the Burton Community Church. Instead of flowers, donations in her memory are suggested to Union Gospel Mission.

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board, a group of volunteers representing a variety of community groups and organizations. VYFS will still be closely involved in implementing programs funded by a $150,000-per-year state grant that goes toward prevention activities, such as early childhood intervention and school curriculum. However, it will serve solely as a fiscal sponsor for a 10-year federal Drug Free Communities grant that, if renewed next year, has the potential to provide $1.25 million in funding for prevention activities over the decade. Both Johnson and VYFS members say that distancing itself from VYFS should open up more funding opportunities for VARSA, as many government agencies now prefer to fund coalitions such as VARSA over nonprofit agencies. “Having a coalition on the island gives us some credibility,” Johnson said. “Having them be more independent and not as an offshoot of the agency would be stronger for the island.” What’s more, VARSA volunteers say it will be easier for the group to partner with other Vashon organizations such as The DoVE Project or the food bank on prevention-related projects and to attain funding for such projects through its Drug Free Communities grant.

“We can give money to anyone in the community that has a request that fits our grant,” Collins said. Both Collins and Kjellberg say that working through the often-confusing specifics of how VARSA will move forward has been extremely time consuming for those involved, and the two women have been acting as the temporary program director and project coordinator for the group. “It basically has become a part-time job for me,” said Collins, who also works at Chautauqua Elementary School. The two say VARSA is looking forward to once again focusing on addressing youth alcohol and drug use on Vashon. The latest youth survey results show that Vashon high schoolers continue to drink alcohol and use marijuana at rates higher than their peers in the rest of the state. Middle school use, however, is down, something that both VARSA and VYFS officials say could be a sign that their programs and efforts to change community norms are beginning to make a difference. However, continued progress, they say, depends on gaining broader community support and getting more volunteers involved with VARSA, something they hope will happen under its new structure. “It has to be owned by the community,” Kjellberg said.

Carl Blomgren A Lover of Life; Tough and Tender; An Authentic Being of the World Carl Blomgren was born January 30, 1936 in Seattle. He graduated from Garfield High School and numerous colleges and universities, including a year overseas at the University of Edinburgh. In school, he played baseball and football, and took every math, philosophy, and literature class available. (None of his schools had wrestling programs, otherwise he would have undoubtedly excelled at it. Instead, he passed on his love of the sport to his sons.) While often deliberate in his actions, Carl wasted no time in recognizing the love of his life, Marcia. They met in January, were engaged in February, and married in April, 1970. Soon thereafter, they moved to Vashon Island, to live “the good life” (a phrase that Carl repeated regularly and vigorously). Carl lasted two days as an accountant in his dad’s business. Instead, he became a janitor, groundskeeper, teacher, coach, and tutor. He loved the natural world: he built his own log cabin from the trees on his land, worked tirelessly in the woods, and spent his life musing on the wonder inherent in our world. Carl loved bikes, books, and baked goods. He was both simple and complex, finding equal satisfaction in a Seahawks victory and a volume of existential philosophy by Soren Kierkegaard. He had an insatiable thirst for life, learning, and daily naps. He was fiercely loyal to his family and close friends. Carl’s family includes his wife, Marcia, sons Anders and Per-Lars, daughter- in-law Alison, and grandson Soren. Fueled by an intensely competitive nature, Carl feverishly coached baseball and wrestling. He valued courage, hard work, and selflessness. He never wanted attention or accolades for his good deeds—he would much rather credit those around him. Carl was a humble, compassionate man. While Carl was a master with words—particularly the written word—many of the lessons he taught were through actions.“Don’t just talk about it,” he would say without saying,“do it.” Joseph Campbell writes that “the privilege of a lifetime is being who you are.” This was Carl Blomgren’s silent, daily mantra. He was truly an authentic being of the world. Carl’s life was devoid of fear; the idea of him worrying about anything was incomprehensible. This ideology included an embracement of his own, our own, mortality. Carl was not afraid of death. He died July 16, 2013, on his own terms: quickly, on his own land, looking up at the trees. His life will be celebrated on Saturday, August 3rd at 2 p.m. at Camp Burton. Memorials may be made to Habit for Humanity and Vashon Grapplers Society. More information can be found on www.islandfuneral.com.


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“Hollywood couldn’t build a place that looked like that,” said Jay Rowlands, who is the film’s lead actor, director, writer and producer. “You couldn’t set dress a place that looks like the inside of that joint.” For Rowlands, who has deep family ties to Vashon, the film is a passionate project that has taken an incredible l2 and a half years from start to finish. In a phone interview, he mused on all he’s learned and been through in the process of making the film. “I had no idea it would take this long,” he said. “I was a little naive, but my naiveté was a blessing, because otherwise I wouldn’t have ever done it.”

Early on, he said, he showed his script to a film professional in Seattle, who tried to talk him out of making the movie because she thought its many action scenes would be too expensive and logistically difficult to ever finish. “I had never made a movie, so someone saying ‘You can’t do this’ just fueled my fire,” he said. “I went into it headstrong.” “Clutch” tells the story of struggling race car driver Travis Engels (played by Rowlands), who decides to put everything on the line when it comes to financing his expensive racing habit. He risks his life, friends and even his freedom when he becomes involved in crime to support his carcrazy lifestyle. Along the way, there are car chases, races and crashes, scantily clad women and all kinds

of other classic B-movie staples. Most of the acting scenes were shot in the early days of making the film — a good thing, Rowlands said, since so much time elapsed between the beginning and end of filming that he lost much of his hair in the intervening years. The stunts and racing scenes were shot more recently, he said. “That’s just an enormous job, to shoot action,” he said, adding that 150 classic cars, worth more than $6 million dollars, appear in the movie. Most of them, he said, were borrowed from his friends and acquaintances. Rowlands, a 43 year-old, self-described “gearhead” who spent most of his life restoring hotrods, motorcycles and muscle cars, made the film to showcase his acting skills. He had stud-

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movie website IMDB, cost just over $5 million. It was all self-financed, Rowlands said, beginning with the sale of what he called his dream car — a 1969 Camaro Rally Sport convertible. He worked as a bartender throughout the years of films. “I starved and lived off of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches,” he said. “I would just work, work, work as a bartender and save my money, and then I would take a leave of absence and pay off the crew.” He also said he took out a lot of loans during the shooting, and he’s spent the last two and a half years paying them off. He hopes to recoup the last of the money he spent on the project by selling DVD and Blu-ray copies of “Clutch” online. He’s distributing the film himself, he said, because he

ied and worked for years as an actor, even moving to Los Angeles for a brief spell in 1999 to try his luck in Hollywood. But his love of the Pacific Northwest and his devotion to his friends and family, soon drew him back to West Seattle and Vashon, where the idea of “Clutch” took hold. It was at least partially inspired, he said, by conversations he had with islander Paul Engels, who works at the Engels gas station and has been his friend since childhood. The pair shared a love of talking about cars and getting together to watch old car films. “It came from me and Paul saying they don’t make these movies like they used to,” he said. “I thought, someone’s got to do it for us car guys.” The film, according to the

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See the film Vashon Theatre’s presentation of “Clutch” will kick off with a classic car show at 5 p.m. Saturday in front of the theater. The movie will be shown at 6 p.m., with tickets on sale at the box office. After the show, there will be an oldfashioned hotrod cruise around the block downtown. Several island restaurants, including Perry’s, The Hardware Store Restaurant and Sporty’s are offering special deals to ticket holders that evening. To find out more about the movie and buy a copy of it, visit www. clutchthemovie.com.

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