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It’s the beginning of August and a new winter coat is likely the last thing on your mind. While the sun is beaming hot and the weather is still dry, IAFF Local 3520 — the union that represents East Pierce Fire and Rescue — is seeking donations for Operation Warm. Each donation to Operation Warm will help provide coats to Pierce County children in need. The coats will be acquired from Operation Warm and distributed by East Pierce firefighters in the Sumner School District this fall. They are guaranteed to be American made, a fact that Local 3520 President Mike Westland is proud of, because it helps to ensure jobs stay here in the United States as opposed to being sent overseas, he said. Coats distributed through the program will be brand new, which fulfills an important need that is often overlooked. A good quality coat will shield children from the elements, but it also provides a higher sense of self-esteem, said Westland. Lack of sufficient winter wear has been shown to deter regular attendance during colder months,

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Homeless camp sweep kicks off police presence in forests By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

Bonney Lake police discovered at least two homeless camps in the Washington State University forest July 30, one littered with hundreds of possibly stolen gambling pulltabs. The discovery occurred during a planned sweep of the forest to find and break up transient camps — and hopefully recover a handgun recently reported stolen. In the past five weeks, the department received reports of seven successful and one attempted vehicle

prowl outside the shopping centers north of the forest; three prowls were reported in the past week. The crimes occurred at various times of day and often in the space of minutes, leaving police no clear pattern to follow, Officer Daron Wolschleger said. “When a theft happens out here, usually the suspect will run to the woods, take what they want and discard everything else before moving on,” he said. The roughly 150-acre forest is thick with growth and dozens of rough trails, making police searches on foot or bike difficult at best;

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Bonney Lake Police Officer Daron Wolschleger and Sgt. Ryan Boyle search a forest encampment south of Goodwill. Photo by Daniel Nash

mule FROM 1 stolen from a vehicle parked near the Tall Firs Cinema Friday put police on high alert. Officers on the sweep were urged to approach anyone they encountered with caution, and a metal detector was deployed at every camp site found. The Mule was deployed outside the Franciscan Medical Pavilion shortly after 2 p.m. and, within minutes, came across a man and teenage boy wandering a section of woods north of Fred Meyer. The man was unaware of its presence until police were right on top of them — indeed, the small motor could easily be mistaken for a lawn mower. The two — known to police from past investigations — were stopped and searched. Officers seized a boxed printer cartridge to investigate whether it had been reported stolen. The man was released from the scene and the teen agreed to lead police to a camp deep in the forest south of Goodwill. “We probably wouldn’t have come down a trail like this without the Mule,” Sgt. Ryan Boyle said as he led the way into a path surrounded by trees and brambles.

Several yards in, officers found the encampment — a pile of blankets, pillows, a small statue of a geisha and the aforementioned pulltabs. “It’s not unusual for (a suspect) to steal a blanket from the Goodwill and bring it back here,” Wolschleger said. They notified Public Works employees —  on standby during the operation to clean up any camps found —  and Wolschleger and Chief Dana Powers moved on to search for similar sites. Boyle stayed behind to sweep the area in case the missing handgun was hidden nearby. No one had reported the theft of the pull-tabs, commonly sold in bars, and they didn’t appear to be used. But the department would be able to report the ticket numbers to the state Gambling Commission for later investigation, Boyle said. Soon Powers and Wolschleger radioed to report they found another encampment, less than half a mile west and immediately outside the Tall Firs Plaza. “Bonney Lake police, we’re coming in,” Wolschleger said just before opening the front of a small tent. No one was inside, but

there was bedding and several boxes of food. “This is something somebody will definitely come back here for. “Just 30 feet off the main trail, there are people sleeping out here.” Wolschleger made a note to have an officer check the site for occupants later. The majority of the forest trails had been searched inside an hour, a feat that would have been impossible without the Mule. The Mule was acquired by the department earlier this year after being recovered and impounded by King and Pierce counties’ P.A.T.R.O.L. auto theft task force. State Farm had long ago paid out to the original owner, and offered to donate it to the task force. They declined, and BLPD was able to pick it up for the cost of the impound fee. It was soon refitted with emergency lights and decals identifying it as a law enforcement vehicle. The buggy was present at the recent Spike & The Impalers concert and had been tested in forest terrain, but Tuesday’s sweep was its first major operation. “We’re very excited about having the Mule,” Assistant Chief James Keller said in a written statement. “Our goal is to prevent transients from setting up camps, and to apprehend car prowlers and shoplifters who may have been able to get away in the forest previously.” The Mule is now intended for more frequent deployments in the WSU forest, as well as the forests outside Allan Yorke Park and Bonney Lake High School. It is also planned for deployment on the bed of Lake Tapps when it is drained. Contact reporter Daniel Nash by email at dnash@ courierherald.com or by phone at 360-825-2555 ext. 5060.

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moved on to Angeline and the shirtless driver was screaming about being shot at. An officer on the way to investigate observed the vehicle speeding in the opposite direction and activated the patrol car’s emergency lights. The station wagon veered into the oncoming lane and came within feet of the patrol car, which was forced to swerve to the shoulder to avoid a collision. The officer pursued the car onto South Prairie Road East and 214th Avenue East, where it ran a red light and momentarily eluded the chase until motorists indicated the driver had turned onto 119th Street East. On 119th, the car switched direction and again attempted to swerve into the patrol car, allowing the driver to again momentarily lose

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for evidence. SHOPLIFTING: Shortly before 1:30 a.m. July 25, an officer was called to a theft at the AM/PM. The patrol car was in the vicinity and briefly laid in wait for the suspect vehicle — a silver Chrysler sedan — to pass, but it did not. The officer continued to the business, where an employee reported a white male with a blackened eye, possibly in his 20s, removed an 18-pack of Budweiser beer from the cooler and left the store without paying. Earlier in the day, the officer had assisted sheriff’s deputies in handling a party complaint on 218th Avenue East, where the same make and model car had been parked on the shoulder of the road. The partygoers had been made to pour out their remaining alcohol, and the officer believed it likely they had gone out for more beer. Another officer and a sheriff’s deputy joined in responding to the party, where the sedan was parked and warm to the touch. Police almost immediately found a man with all the

physical characteristics and clothing of the suspect, holding a Budweiser beer. He was arrested and cited without incident, and the remaining beer was recovered. INTERRUPTED PROWL: Shortly before 2:30 a.m. July 25, an officer traveling south on 214th Avenue East observed two people running away from vehicles belonging to O’Reilly Auto Parts. A two-officer area check did not yield suspects. One of the cars had a smashed-in window, and a clipboard and manual credit card imprinter were found laying under another vehicle. It appeared the patrol car’s presence had interrupted a vehicle prowl. A manager for the business was contacted regarding the damage and attempted theft. At 8:14 a.m., another officer was called to a reported vehicle prowl outside Auto Zone. Paperwork of no financial value had been taken from the glove compartment. The reporting employee was informed of the earlier morning theft. See blotter, Page 15

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From typewriters to smartphones I learned to type on a manual typewriter that had 50 keys. Then, before I turned around twice, there were electric typewriters, which were an improvement of sorts, but not much. The real “astounding” advance came with the computer and spell-check and the printer which, unfortunately, relegated 70 percent of the nation’s secretaries to the trash pile. Such is the price of progress and revolutions. Today, my computer has 113 keys. Yet, the most I ever use is 52. That’s 61 keys Wally DuChateau I never used and Columnist have no earthly idea what they do. Similarly, back in the day, my microwave had a timer-dial and that was it. There were no other controls. A current Sears’ model has 33 buttons, few of which make any sense to me. What the hell is “Lbs Defrost” and how does it differ from “Auto Defrost”? And what, pray tell, is “Control Lock” or “Mini-Options”? Really now, all I want to do is pop some popcorn. With the digital revolution, nearly all of our products have become increasingly complex. I suspect this has something to do with our consumer-oriented culture. We always want more stuff for our money, so manufactures think they have to provide more and more func-

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Consider gearing up early for back to school I would like to thank my cousin Dianna for getting me to move to the Bonney Lake area in the mid-1980s. Her mother-in-law had taken ill and the family did not want her house to sit empty. So I moved from a condo in north Seattle to Ponderosa Estates. This was before Janice Harrison and others took up the crusade to get the streets of Ponderosa paved. There was a huge lake that formed in front of the mobile home where I lived during the rainy season. During better weather, the gravel roads were rough and rutted. Much has changed for the better in Ponderosa over the years. The time came to find a home of my own. I was expecting my daughter. On a clear day we followed the road towards looming Mount Rainier to the southeast in search of a home with a view of the mountain. We ended up with a vacant lot on the ridge and added a new mobile home. We lived there on the ridge during my daughter’s early childhood. The view of the foothills, trees and South Prairie in the valley were stunning. The greenbelt was a fun place to play, the neighbors friendly. It is a tight knit, affordable community. As previously discussed in an earlier col-

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umn, Prairie Ridge is served by three school districts: White River, Sumner and Orting. Students in the Prairie Ridge community attend 10 different schools. I would also like to thank cousin Dianna for teaching me how to shop. Buy holiday items the day after the holiday or seasonal items at the end of the season when they are marked down and put them away for next year. Yes, David Wells, I already have bags of toys and eggs for the 2014 egg hunt at Allan Yorke. My extreme couponing partner on food drives at work, Cheryl, taught me everything I know about working the rewards cards, coupons and sales. I pour through the coupons on Sunday as well as the ads. I buy things when

they are on sale, not when I need them, to stretch my dollars. I store them away and then I have them. Food, toiletries, school supplies, gifts, holiday supplies, etc. I am very proud to use my senior citizen discounts the first Tuesday of the month and my AARP card when I shop, eat, travel. I have store credit cards that give me an extra 5 percent discount and free shipping. Lately, I have been shopping Bonney Lake first for all kinds of school supplies. Yes, school is a month away and summer is just getting started. But there are some great deals. Buy now and stock up. As the first day of school draws closer, the sales and school supplies grow less plentiful. And while you are buying supplies for your kids, how about picking up a few extras for your neighbors who could use a helping hand? There are several opportunities to make student’s return to school brighter. I have mentioned White River Communities Families First Coalition and Sumner’s Communities for Families before in my columns. Among the many other projects they

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are active in putting together school supplies to make sure the school year gets off to a good start for all students. I start with Prairie Ridge. The need is great and you can drop off your donations at Prairie Ridge Maintenance Company office at 14205 215th Ave E. Phone 360897-8378 or contact Monica Gaub at gaublins@msn.com. This distribution is for Prairie Ridge residents only due to limited supplies. Distribution is from 5 to 7 p.m. August 27 at the Prairie Ridge Rec Hall. Little Red Dress Salon will provided back to school haircuts for students. So what if you don’t live in Prairie Ridge? Do you live in Eastown, in the White River School District? White River Family Center will be doing their distribution from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 20 Wickersham Campus Gym. You must pre-register to participate in this distribution. Call Leah at 360-829-5883 or Klara at 253-845-9177 X112 to donate or register. In Bonney Lake, we have the wonderful Lions 4 Kids House (L4K), a labor of love spearheaded by Carol Wells-Reed and just keeps getting better under the loving care of many volunteers. They will have their

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CPR, began to evaluate whether it would be necessary, but the man coughed and spit out water, though he was disoriented. “No one else was doing anything so we just took it on ourselves,” Fursman said. King County Sheriff John Urquhart praised the boys’ actions and urged people to contact their legislative representatives about making sure there was money to hire life guards for King County Parks. “Ian and Patrick can’t be there all the time,” Urquhart said. According to King County Public Health Violence and Injury Prevention Program Manager Tony Gomez, who appeared at the event wearing a lifejacket, there were 24 drownings in King County last year, including nine in July and

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A Sumner teen was among those honored Tuesday at Gene Coulon Park for his role in saving a drowning girl and boy in Lake Sammamish earlier this year. The boys, Patrick Finigan, 16, of Sumner, and his cousin Ian Fursman, 15, of Snoqualmie, were enjoying a day at the lake when they heard splashing and cries of distress among a group of teens. While others ran for shore to try and get help, Finigan and Fursman dove in to help. They pulled one girl from the water and realized a boy with her was also having trouble and went back to help him. Finigan pulled him out and Fursman helped get him to shore, where Patrick, who is trained in

• Corrina Wells Corrina Wells was enjoying an early Mother’s Day at Gene Coulon Park with her family May 11 when she noticed two boys who were in the deeper water and appeared to be drowning. The boys were OK — it would turn out they were only pretending to drown — but their antics caused one man to dive into the water, shoes and all, in an attempt to save the young man. Wells watched as one of the boys pushed

Cousins Patrick Finigan, of Sumner, and Ian Fursman were honored Tuesday for saving the lives of their peers in Lake Sammamish. Corrina Wells, another lifesaver from Renton, is in the background at right. Photo by Brian Beckley

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save FROM 8 the man’s head under water when he got to them and then swam in to shore. When the man surfaced, he yelled “help me!” and was obviously in trouble himself. Wells yelled back to the beach for help, but no one moved. She then ran down the dock, told her daughter to stay where she was and hang on, and then dove into the water after the man, who was thrashing and yelling for help. Wells got the man, who at an estimated 300 pounds dwarfed

golf FROM 8 by the city. In 2004, the City Council considered selling the course but ultimately decided to hire an outside contractor to operate it. In July 2012, it became clear to many that the golf course was a drain on Sumner taxpayers. The

wally FROM 7 tions. Take as another example, the iPhone. It has such an array of features, it’s original, core function of talking to someone is nearly lost in the mess. Now admittedly, taking iPhone photos of a natural disaster or an auto accident or a crime while it is being committed might be of considerable value but, generally speaking, I have no use for this option. (If I’m going on a vacation, I’ll take a camera, thank you.) Simi-

FOLLOWING: On July 14, an officer responded to a woman’s report of a person following her down the street. She did not know the gender of the subject, due to their face being covered, but the subject was wearing women’s clothing. After a period of following, she called 911 at which point the subject turned and walked away. Officers conducted a search of the area and the subject was located nearby. Once they located the subject they immediately recognized him from previous

police encounters. The male subject was wearing white tights with lace at the bottom, a jacket and a bra stuffed with socks. The male subject advised he likes to wear women’s clothing sometimes and he admitted following somebody on the street. Officers tried to re-contact the caller but she was not available. DOMESTIC: On July 17, officers responded to a report of a domestic disturbance. Upon officer’s arrival they could hear a male and a female yelling. Officers approached the door, at which point it was opened by the male subject inside. The male went to see an officer standing by while the female stayed with the officer who initially came to the See sumner, Page 10

her frame, and tried to help, but in a panic, the man pushed her under water. Wells broke free and swam a bit away and continued yelling for help from the people on the shore, who she said just watched. “Still, nobody would help me at all,” she said. Finally, someone grabbed the life ring and tossed that in the water. Wells was able to swim to it, take it over to where the man had been, but he was no longer visible. Wells, who said she knows how to swim, but has never had any formal training, began diving into the lake and found the man

under water, pulling him up and giving him the ring. Wells said when she pulled him out, he was non-responsive and had blood coming out of his nose. She pushed him into shore. The man is still alive today, thanks to Wells. “And I’m not even a strong swimmer,” she said. On Tuesday, Wells was honored for her heroic acts with the King County Meritorious Service Award during a brief ceremony at Coulon Park. “Without even thinking of her own safety, Corinna jumped in the water to save that individual,” Renton Fire Chief Mark Peterson

said. “You made a difference in that man’s life; He is alive today.” All three of the rescuers were lauded as heroes by those in attendance, but Wells doesn’t necessarily see herself that way. “I didn’t want to be the one to help him, but it was very clear he was going to die and nobody was going to help him,” she said. “I don’t think it’s being a hero. I think it’s being a human being. “Being human is now considered being a hero.” To comment on this story, view it online at www.rentonreporter. com. Reach Editor Brian Beckley at 425-255-3484, ext. 5054

city still owes an estimated $5.7 million and an additional $900,000 in Interfund Loans for the original land purchase and construction of the course. To date, Sumner Meadows Golf Links only generates enough money to cover operating costs; a trend mimicked at golf courses across the country. Other financial burdens associated with the golf course, such as debt repayment and facility improvement, comes from the city’s general fund.

Research shows that selling the land as a golf course might earn the city approximately $1 million, but marketing it as land eligible for development has the potential to rake in more than $30 million, according to city of Sumner Communications Director Carmen Palmer. In August 2012, a city-wide survey was conducted, which asked residents if the golf course should be kept under the city’s care or if

it should be sold as industrial land. About 80 percent responded with suggestions to sell. Details of the agreement will be released at a city council meeting later this month when the council votes whether or not to accept the purchase and sale agreement, according to Palmer. At the time of press, the meeting date had not yet been determined.

larly, I generally have no use for Internet access on my phone, though I can recall one instance in which it helped solve an argument I was having with a friend. Neither do I have any desire to play any digital games. And, strangely enough, there’s no one I have to text because I’d rather talk to them — which, I’ll remind you again, is the original purpose of the phone. Nevertheless, I’m quite thrilled — and I’m compelled to repeat this — I’m absolutely thrilled that the iPhone can perform all these operations. It’s wonderful that you have immediate access to the New York

Stock Exchange but, personally, I have no use for this. In like manner, I honestly find it’s quite splendid that you can call up a movie. I mean, 20 years ago who would have thought such a thing would ever be possible. Yet, I prefer my movies in a theater or at least on a 40-inch TV. Watching them on a 2-inch screen seems ridiculous to me. In the old days, if your typewriter, microwave or phone went haywire, you could take it back to the dealer and he’d fix it. Today, of course, there’s no such thing; instead, we merely throw it away — as if we don’t have enough garbage already

— and buy a new one, which will be a vastly improved model because in the last few months the latest model has acquired another 20 or 30 new functions. And, if you understand all these operation, unlike myself, and if you’ve mastered their use, unlike myself, then you’re optimally prepared for the coming age in which man and computer will become ever more, indivisibly, fused together. But in the interim, just give me a phone I can talk on.

Engel sworn in By Daniel Nash Staff Writer

In July, Sumner police Sgt. Jeff Engel began his new position as deputy chief of the department. Sumner Mayor David Enslow swore in Engel at the July 16 city council meeting. Engel, a 29-year Coast Guard reservist, was hired onto the force in 1998 according to the city’s Community Connection newsletter published Thursday. He has served as a bicycle officer, school resource officer, DARE educator, crime prevention officer and patrol sergeant.

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of the argument was the same. A report was sent to Child Protective Services due to the living conditions in the home.

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Plateau club wins at Legion tourney By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

In early June, there were 56 American Legion baseball teams scattered around Washington, all hoping to advance to the state championships in Walla Walla. By late July, only a handful had seen their dreams come true. Included in that select group was the Plateau Baseball Club that eventually posted a 27-15 season record and tied for the third-sixth placing in the AA Legion tournament. The tourney was staged July 27 through Aug. 1 at two sites in Walla Walla. The team brought together 10 players from White River High School and three from Enumclaw High. The squad was coached by Mike Williams – White River’s varsity coach – and his son, Connor. “We just kinda ran out of gas,” Williams said, following a 13-3 loss to the host Walla Walla team on July 31 that saw the PBC’s tourney run come to a close. Williams had nothing but praise for his summer squad. “What a tremendous group of young men to work with, all competed every inning,” he wrote in an email. “Great

friendships were created and a lifetime of memories over the summer for sure.” Being involved in 42 games following the regular high school season helps coaches as well as players, Williams added. “Connor and I really learned a lot too... more innings really helped us fine-tune our offensive and defensive philosophy.” The Plateau team won three and lost two in Walla Walla, with pitcher Sean Klapperich picking up two of the victories on the mound; he allowed just three runs in 13 innings of work. Christian Sines Sam Rabb and Matt Salisbury hit the ball well all week, Williams said, while noting that Cody Cloud continued his high onbase percentage; during the course of the season, he got on base 42 times without hitting the ball – drawing 22 bases on balls and getting hit by 18 pitches. During state play, he reached base nine times in 14 plate appearances. Williams also singled out Mitchell Webster and Salisbury for their consistently solid play in the outfield. Here’s a rundown of the Plateau Baseball Club’s five-day tournament run. Saturday: The local squad defeated Lakeside Recovery 5-3.

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Kasey Kahne wins at Pocono By Dennis Box Editor

Enumclaw native Kasey Kahne won the GoBowling.com 400 at the Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania Sunday. It was his second victory of the season giving him a likely entry in the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Kahne, 33, moved from ninth to eighth place in the Sprint Cup standings with the win. Kahne beat teammate Jeff Gordon at race’s close. Kahne went into turn 1 with two laps remaining and passed Gordon to secure the win. “I just needed to clear him, and when we got to turn 2, I was able to do that,” Kahne said on his website. “It was a great race. We had a really fast car. (Crew chief) Kenny (Francis) called an awesome race, and the whole pit crew did a perfect job… We needed this one to get in the Chase -- we were able to get it, and it feels really good.” Jimmie Johnson, pole winner and leader in Sprint Cup standings, was contending for the lead early in the race but blew a tire on lap 76 and hit the outside wall, knocking him out of the race. This is Kahne’s second year driving the No. 5 Chevrolet SS for Hendrick Motorsports.

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DUI: At 6:55 a.m. July 28, an officer was dispatched to a single-car rollover accident on 193rd Avenue East. A red sport utility vehicle was turned on its side in the northbound lane. The caller reported she had heard the collision and gone outside to find a man crawling from the car. She said she asked if he was OK and he responded “Don’t call the police.” Another officer was summoned to search for anyone traveling on foot; he was able to meet with a friend of the driver who identified the driver and said he had returned to his (the friend’s house) after the crash. The friend said they had all been drinking the night before and he had, at one point, taken the suspect’s keys. The suspect approached police at the scene of the crash and said it had been caused by looking down to change the radio station. He exhibited signs of possible intoxication and the officer asked if he would participate in field sobriety tests, which he did. The tests showed signs of intoxication, and the suspect was processed and cited for driving under the influence. BURGLARY: At 10:44 a.m. July 30, an officer responded to the lobby where a citizen reported the residential burglary of a 94th Street East garage. Chainsaws, an outboard motor and a pressure washer had been taken

from the garage at some point in July. The man was advised to monitor Craigslist and the local pawn shops for the stolen items, and given a case number. BORED AND LARCENOUS: At 7:08 p.m. July 30, officers were dispatched to Walmart, where a man had reportedly just shoplifted a backpack. The store’s asset protection officer said the suspect had gotten into a vehicle, which then pulled into the nearby Jack in the Box drive-thru. Police stopped the car as it was exiting the drivethru lane and detained the suspected passenger, who had the backpack on the floor between his legs. He agreed to speak to police and said he took the backpack because he was “bored walking around.”When asked if he took anything else, he said he took some lighters and a white cord. In a later interview with asset protection, the store officer said he had recognized the man from prior similar incidents, which had resulted in his banishment from the store. He observed the theft but did not interfere, as the suspect had become violent with employees in the past. The suspect was booked into Puyallup Jail for seconddegree criminal trespass and third-degree theft. The driver of the car was found to have a misdemeanor arrest warrant out of Buckley, and an officer arranged a meet with Buckley police. She said she was not aware her passenger had stolen the backpack.

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coats FROM 1 he said. The intention is to provide children from lower-income families with a coat they are proud to wear, so they stay in school and receive a consistent education. “This sends a message to the kids that they are valuable and important

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Teens’ unique health needs worth a check-up Parents of infants and young children regularly visit the pediatrician’s office for their child’s checkups. These visits offer an opportunity to learn about keeping a child healthy and to ensure he/she is up-to-date on vaccines. However, when a child reaches the teen years, these annual checkups may fall off the radar. A recent survey, fielded by Harris Interactive, and commissioned by the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, in collaboration with and with support from Pfizer Inc, found that while

85 percent of parents polled say an annual checkup is very important for those zero to five years, only 61 percent believe the same is true for teens. Teens have a unique set of healthcare needs. Annual checkups can be an important opportunity for healthcare providers to identify key health issues and for adolescents to begin to independently make decisions regarding their health. “Annual visits offer teens an opportunity to develop a one-on-one relationship with their physician and to begin to

take responsibility for their own health,” said Susan J. Rehm, MD, NFID medical director. “It is particularly concerning for teens to be missing out on annual checkups because adolescence is a crucial period in life and it’s important for teens to establish healthy habits.” Even though health experts recommend annual wellness visits for teens, about 60 percent of teens surveyed identified at least one reason for not getting an annual checkup. Of those, about onethird believe that they only need to see a

doctor when sick. However, physicians polled report that teens and their parents are more likely to ask about a number of health topics, including weight, sexual health, vaccines, and stress-related conditions, during an annual checkup than at a sick visit. For more information about the survey results, visit teenhealthsurvey.com. Parents can also find more information at myteenshealth.com, a new website with tips for parents navigating the teen health landscape.

No chaperones needed? Sounds great to me! I have been at a sweet place in parenthood for a couple years now. For those of you with older kids you know the spot – it’s when you can drop your kids off at places they want to go without chaperoning them. It actually starts in a small way a few years sooner when you can leave them at home alone for an extended period of time — like long enough to go grocery shopping or enjoy a date with your husband without getting a babysitter. I have a friend visiting from out of town. Her daughter is

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wants to create for her house in Florida. We suggested the kids go to the Point Defiance Zoo while we hiked around the Point Defiance Park. For the record, I don’t hate the zoo; it’s probably one of my favorite places to go. But not being particularly partial to sun and concrete, I decided I would rather hike on the surrounding, shaded trails. Who knew what a gem the Point Defiance area of Tacoma was? It took my friend from Florida to show me — she had transplanted here many years ago before she moved back seven years ago. We did give the kids the choice to go hiking with us or go into the zoo and they chose the zoo. A couple hours later when we had hiked a

short trail through the forest and walked the path along the waterfront, I called my oldest daughter. She told me they still had much to see after they ate lunch. So my friend and I decided we would find a Thai food restaurant in which to have a sit-down, grown-up lunch. We searched on her cell phone and found an almost-five star Thai restaurant named “Indochine” in downtown Tacoma, plugged it into the GPS and drove there. When we walked in the door of the restaurant we were pleasantly surprised by its exotic atmosphere. With its mix of wood, bricks and textiles we really felt we were sneaking away to something we didn’t want to share with the kids. The food was also

fantastic and they had a different flare on everything from sauces to paella. Definitely not a place we’d want to take the kids. We kind of reveled in the fact that not only were we able to drop the kids off at the zoo, but we left the premises of Point Defiance and drove to another part of town. Just as we were finishing our lunch my daughter texted me that they were ready to be picked up. I told her we were almost finished and would be by shortly. What I didn’t tell her was we’d be on our way as soon as we went to “Wanna Cupcake?” a few doors down and enjoyed a banana split and toffee cupcakes. A sweet spot, indeed.

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BUCKLEY, WA 98321 WHITE RIVER SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 416 NOTICE TO BIDDERS: Sealed bids will be received by the White River School District at the Administration Office – Attention: Keith Banks, 240 N. “A” Street, Buckley, WA, until 2:00 PM, PDT, August 29, 2013, for the construction of the ANNEX BUILDING REPAIRS, to be cons t r u c t e d i n B u c k l e y, Washington. Bids will be opened and publicly read aloud at that time. Required subcontractor listing shall be submitted with the bid. Bids rec e i ve d a f t e r t h e t i m e fixed for submittal, cannot be considered. P RO J E C T D E S C R I P TION: Existing 3 storey Brick masonry structure constructed circa 1936 will receive exterior upgrade of the structure including, selected cleaning, sealing, repairs and repointing of the brick masonry walls; Hardipanel / plywood infill’s at windows; painting and repairs to the cornice, and cupolas, painting of all non-masonry wall surfaces; adding a membrane gutter liner; and other miscellaneous repairs. PROJECT CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATE: $150,000.00 $200,000.00 DOCUMENTS Each bid shall be in accordance with the plans, specifications, and other contract documents now on file at the office of Harthorne Hagen Architects, 1725 8th Avenue No., Seattle WA 98109; the White River School District, 240 N. “A” Street, Buckley WA; and at plan bureaus in northwestern Washington. Bid documents and specifications may be obtained through the office of Harthorne Hagen Architects, 1725 8th Ave n u e N , S e a t t l e WA 98109, (206) 285-3555. After deposit of $50.00 per set, bona fide General Contractor Bidders

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Director, Human and Administrative Services White River School District #416 # 503000 8/7/13, 8/14/13

CATHERINE L. BOHN and PATRICIA A. EDMOND have been appointed as Co-Executrixes/ Personal Representatives of this estate. A ny p e r s o n h av i n g a claim against the decedent that arose before t h e d e c e d e n t ’s d e a t h must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to one of the Co- Personal Representatives or the Co- Personal Representative’s attorneys at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Co- Personal Representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided u n d e r R C W 11.40.020(1) (c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication o f t h e n o t i c e. I f t h e claim is not presented within this time frame, the claim is forever barred, except as otherwise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims against both the decedent’s probate and nonprobate assets. Date of Filing Copy of Notice to Creditors: July 25, 2013. Date of First Publication: July 31, 2013. FA R R L AW G R O U P, PLLC By: M. Owen Gabrielson, WSBA #34214 P.O. Box 890 Enumclaw, WA 98022 Attorneys for Co-Executrix/ Personal Representatives /s/ Catherine L. Bohn Co-Executrix/Personal Representative /s/ Patricia A. Edmond Co-Executrix/Personal Representative # 500789

ORDINANCE 2013.04 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF WILKES O N , P I E R C E C O U N T Y, WA S H I N G TON PROVIDING FOR THE SUBMISSION TO THE VOTERS A P RO P O S I T I O N AU THORIZING THE TOW N TO R E P L AC E THE EXISTING EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES PROGRAM LEVY OF $0.25 PER $1,000.00 OF ASSESSED VALUE WITH A LEVY AT THE RATE OF $0.50 PER $1,000.00 OF ASSESSED VALUE. ORDINANCE 2013.05 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF WILKES O N , P I E R C E C O U N T Y, WA S H I N G T O N R E L AT I N G T O REGULAR PROPERTY TA X E S ; P R OV I D I N G FOR THE SUBMISSION PROVIDING FOR THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF THE TOWN AT THE ELECTION TO BE HELD ON NOVEMBER 5, 2013, OF A PROPOSITION AUTHORIZING THE TOWN TO LEVY REGULAR PROPERTY TAXES IN EXCESS OF THE LIMITATIONS OF CHAPTER 84.55 RCW; SETTING FORTH THE TEXT OF THE BALLOT PROPOSAL; DIRECTING THE PROPER TOWN OFFICIALS TO TAKE NECESSARY ACTIONS; AND PROVIDING FOR PROPERLY RELATED MATTERS. # 502279 8/7/13 SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR KING COUNTY The Estate of BARBARA A. BUSH, Deceased. Case No. 13-4-09197-3KNT PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030)

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Attorneys for Executor/ Personal Representative /s/ Donald E. Brassard Executor/Personal Representative # 500795

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SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR # 502723 PIERCE COUNTY 8/7/13, 8/14/13, 8/21/13 The Estate of DARRELL A. KLANKE 4000 Deceased. Case No. 13-4-01177-1 PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) JULIE ANN JOHNSON has been appointed as Executrix/ Personal Representative of this esEMPLOYMENT tate. Any person having a claim against the decedent that arose before t h e d e c e d e n t ’s d e a t h Employment must, before the time the General claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the Personal Representative or the Personal Representative’s attorney at the address stated below a copy of the claim and filing the original of the claim with the Court in which the probate proceedings were commenced. The claim must be presented within the later of: (1) Thirty days after the Personal Representative served or mailed the notice to the creditor as provided u n d e r R C W 11.40.020(1) (c); or (2) four months after the date of first publication To learn how to o f t h e n o t i c e. I f t h e become part claim is not presented within this time frame, of your fire the claim is forever barred, except as otherdepartment, wise provided in RCW 11.40.051 and please visit our 11.40.060. This bar is effective as to claims website: against both the decedent’s probate and non- www.eastpiercefire.org probate assets. Date of Filing Copy of Notice to Creditors: August 1, 2013. Date of First Publication: August 7, 2013. FA R R L AW G R O U P, PLLC

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“No, I can do both!”

A young man proves he can provide helpful pushes on the swingset without compromising his summer reading. Photo courtesy Nora Hacker

Leap This photo captures a gymnast mid-leap. Photo courtesy Doug Budzynski

Stillness in motion

Following along with the boat’s rate of speed, the photographer makes these lakegoers appear to be an island unto themselves.

A wide wake

Photo courtesy Roger Young

Ocean spray

Staid wooden beams stand guard on the shore, indifferent to the sea’s torrent.

Community Click is your photo space in the Courier-Herald. Submit your favorite pics to Daniel Nash. Send your emails to dnash@courierherald.com.

Photo courtesy Don West

Spin cycle A simple parasol trick makes it appear the boy in this statue is staring up at a universe of motion and wonder. Photo courtesy Sandra Hunt

A skiier leaves a spectacular trail on Lake Tapps. Photo courtesy Janice Thomas


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ENUMCLAW

Beautiful 4 bedroom home on a park-like acre in YBars. Recently remodeled kitchen is spectacular with custom cabinets w/ soft close, chiseled edge granite counters, granite back splash, under cab lighting, ice machine, stainless appliances & eating bar. Open floor plan is great for entertaining. Home features 2 masters (one on main and one upstairs), den w/ built-ins, plus rec room/bonus. Outside you’ll enjoy the nice size deck, fire pit, garden shed, tree house & sprinklers (in front yard). MLs#518114 Call Tom & Laurie Kittelman

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ENUMCLAW

A welcoming entry with soaring ceilings and soothing colors greet you and your guests. Attractive moldings and custom built-ins elevate the feel of this home. Flex room/office on main sits near heart of the home-open concept kitchen/family room/informal dining nook. Natural lights fill the home through large windows and allows for views of foothills and Mt. Rainier. The oversized garage(3 car) and detached shop/shed offer options for storage. French doors and built-ins grace the master suite. 4 Bdr, 2 1/2 Ba. MLS# 521733

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Live the simple life in this Charming Country home located on 2.58 acres in Osceola. Breathtaking views of Mt. Rainier from this property! Set up for animals with fenced pasture, chicken coop and a sturdy rustic pole barn. Front yard is fenced with gate which works great for keeping dogs in. Wood stove helps with heating costs and there is a large wood shed. Roof on home was replaced in 2005.  MLS#52323 Call Tom & Laurie Kittelman

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Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 3520 sq. ft. home on 4.3 acres in desired Flaming Geyser Estates community. Long circular paved driveway. Updated kitchen with granite and stainless steel appliances. Large bonus room upstairs with wet bar, large family room with fireplace downstairs. Grand entry with vaulted ceilings. Two staircases on either end of the home. His and her closets in master bedroom. 3 car attached garage, separate 1500 sq. ft. 3 car garage with work shop. Large, beautiful deck with hot tub off the family room and kitchen. All appliances, BBQ and hot tub stay. Private property with lots of trees and open space. Must see to appreciate. MLS# 498166

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$549,950

At the foot of the cascade mountain range located on a beautiful private five acre setting, this Enumclaw home has plenty to offer! Custom built in it’s entirety; the siding of the home has been skillfully milled from actual tree’s on site! Guests are greeted with a massive covered front entry, drawing you inside! Once inside hand scraped hardwood flooring brings you into a massive great room, with a beautiful stone laden gas fireplace, and soaring ceilings. The first floor also has a study (or could be a guest bedroom), plenty of storage closets, utility room, three car garage, with work space, and a studio off the garage.With this serene setting, and abundance of privacy, this home is an Enumclaw gem! MLS# 522923 SPI

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839152

$549,950

839159

Wonderfully located in beautiful Enumclaw, on a gorgeous private setting, this three bedroom home has plenty to offer!! Guests are greeted with an inviting covered front porch, and seating area. The home is updated through out and appointed with numerous upgrades. Interior of this amazing home has a fabulous gourmet kitchen, boasting granite bullnose counter-tops, under-mount sink, and an incredible bar seating area. The family room is crowned with a beautiful fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and ample natural light from the over-sized windows offering a picturesque view of the backyard. Hardwoods stretch through the kitchen area, and bar seating to the back door of the home, opening up to a wonderful patio area. MLS# 512536 SPI

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ENUMCLAW

$249,950

839157

Gorgeous setting! custom built rambler on shy 3 acres of thoughtfully laid out property with shop, barn, chicken coop and orchard. Home is 1850 sF with 3 bedrooms, 2.25 baths and a wonderful open floor plan. Kitchen has generous cabinetry, eating bar, walk-in pantry and windows to enjoy the picturesque Foothill views! 2 wood burning stoves help keep this home cozy during the winter months. Pasture is set up for animals. Two tiered deck in the back & fully fenced back yard. a great package! MLs#520790 Call Tom & Laurie Kittelman

ENUMCLAW

$235,000

839151

$379,900

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839149

839154

$425,000

Mini Ranch only moments from town! This custom home has many upgrades both interior and exterior. Master on main floor with additional, generously sized bedrooms. Open concept kitchen to family with access to patio and dining for entertaining and outdoor fun. Enormous shop/barn with power. Fenced and cross fenced- round pen. Flagstone patio with hot tub ready set-up of master wing end of home. Fully updated septic in 2004. Hand carved details in kitchen and art glass at front door welcome you. MLS# 486425.

3 acres

$449,950

Mixed use commercial property originally constructed as an Antique Mall w/ 3 commercial spaces available totaling 4,440 sq ft, plus 5 residential units. 4- 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 750 sq ft. 2nd level and 1- 2 bedroom 1.5 bath w/ gas fireplace insert on the ground level. Coin OP laundry. Private well & Septic. Upgraded electrical service w/ 8 separate meters. Newer roof. Shown by Appointment only. MLS #522406

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