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Significant progress was made at the future YMCA site in Sumner on Tuesday, Oct. 29. About 30 people from the community, including Mayor Dave Enslow, gathered to commemorate the occasion with a countdown to demolition. An estimated five buildings will be demolished to make space for the facility, which will sit on a 10 acre property and span 110,000 square feet. The total projected cost of the center is $35 million, $11 million of

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which has already been raised. Another $1 million fundraising goal remains. “Not a whole lot of demolition has to occur but we want it completed and cleaned up as soon as possible for community unsightliness and safety reasons before winter,” said Renee Quinn, community relations director for YMCA of Pierce and Kitsap Counties. Currently, there are no plans for a similar facility on the Plateau, but Mayor Neil Johnson said it’s possible in the near future. The city currently has $1 million set aside for

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Rhine Construction clears the site where Sumner’s YMCA will be located next year. Photo by Dennis Box

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Hunger is a buried burden for many Pierce County families; a problem that’s often overlooked and ignored. Resources are at a low, due in part to the struggling economy and a recent cut in food stamp funding. Food bank inventories are short and demand is high, according to Bonney Lake Food Bank Director Stew Bowen. “The fight against hunger is a community fight. We have many clients that were donors and now need our services. We have some clients that (once needed help but) are now donors,” Bowen said. “Situations change, but the constant is we need your help to serve our community.” Anita Miller, director of the Sumner Food Bank, said many local drives are currently in progress but a reduction in food stamp benefits is causing the non-profit to reevaluate their needs. The food bank serves approximately 300 families a month but Miller expects to serve 350 holiday food baskets for

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Local author recreates Firefighter union delivers Christmas nativity story coats to elementary school By Theresa De Lay Staff Writer

The nativity story is a biblical account of the first Christian Christmas. CarolAnn Sanderson recently published a book which delves deeper into the Christmas story, which she hopes is chronologically accurate. Sanderson is the 70-year-old daughter of a Northwest farmer. During World War II, her family tended to the farms of Japanese internees while they were away. As a child she reveled in story time she said and often followed her father around the farm listening to him spin tales of family and biblical history. She was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome, a disease of the nervous system, in 1955 and declared a quadriplegic; she wasn’t expected to survive. However, 58


years later, she is a grandmother and children’s book author. Sanderson’s most recently published book, “Two Nativities for Emilee: A Chronology of the Biblical Christmas Story” is an illustrated letter to her granddaughter Emilee. When Sanderson was a young girl, she asked complicated questions about the Christmas story and birth of Jesus such as, “How far did the shepherds have to travel?” No one had an answer for her. With the innocence and curiosity of a child, Emilee asked Sanderson the very same questions. Sanderson, committed to satisfying her granddaughter’s inquiring mind, found her answers by studying the bible. With the help of religious and historical experts, Sanderson created a version of the nativ-

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The union that represents East Pierce Fire and Rescue, IAFF Local 3520, held a coat drive beginning in August. The fruits of their labor were reaped Oct. 30 when they handed brand new winter coats to 95 under-privileged students at Daffodil Valley Elementary. Operation Warm was funded primarily by Amazon but donations also came in from individuals in the community. The purpose of the program is to provide children brand new, custom fitted coats to shield them from winter weather. New

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Oct. 18 Vehicle Prowls: Two victims living in the same subdivision reported vehicle prowls overnight. Both vehicles were left unlocked and several items were taken. No suspects or investigative leads were available. Oct. 22 Residential Burglary: A resident of West Tapps Highway reported an unknown subject entered the residence through a window in the garage and stole several high priced items. There were no suspects available at the time of report. Oct. 23 Malicious Mischief: A person called to report a friend of his violently kicked his car and smashed in a window, for no apparent reason. The responding officer was unable to locate the suspect. The suspect later called 911 to claim his friend was driving under the influence. The officer informed him he had already spoken with his friend, who did not appear intoxicated. The suspect then admitted to the earlier claims. He was issued a citation for Malicious Mischief in the third degree. Oct. 24 Shoplifting: A woman was caught shoplifting at a state Route 410 retail store. Drug paraphernalia was found in her possession, in addition to the stolen items. No contraband was found during initial pat down, but a female correction officer discovered a bag of pills, later identified as hydrocodone, concealed on the subject’s person. The subject was transported to an area hospital to determine no other items were concealed. Unlawful possession of a controlled substance was added to her charges, including retail theft and two outstanding warrants. Residential Burglary: Shortly before noon,

Oct. 25 Burglary: Officers responded to the report of a possible burglary. The reporting person witnessed a suspicious subject load large items into a vehicle. The subject drove away and the witness followed him to a nearby residence. Officers contacted the subject, who claimed the items were abandoned on the side of the road. A search warrant was obtained for the vehicle and two sheds on the property. Officers found numerous tools and work equipment inside, many of which were confirmed stolen. The subject was booked into Pierce County jail.

Oct. 6 Officers responded to a report of two men with a knife behind a local business. They subjects were issued no trespass orders, but refused to leave the property. They were taken into custody, removed from the property and issued a citation with the requirement to appear in court. Oct. 9 A man was seen driving erratically and cutting off his ex-girlfriend in traffic, which violated the valid protection order she had against him. Officers located the man and arrested him for violating the protection order. His vehicle was impounded.

Under the Influence: A patrol officer stopped a vehicle for having an expired license at approximately 9:45 p.m. The driver was visibly intoxicated and uncooperative. She was arrested for driving under the influence and transported to Puyallup jail.

Hands free or pay a fee in November By Theresa De Lay Staff Writer

Bonney Lake Police Department will enforce a zero tolerance policy on cell phone violations during the month of November. It is illegal in the state of Washington to text or talk without a hands free device while operating a motor vehicle. The traffic infraction is punishable by a fine of $124. During a similar patrol emphasis in April, the department issued 101 cell phone violation tickets. During periods of other emphasis, approximately five cell phone violation tickets are doled

out monthly. Many collisions in the area have been linked to drivers distracted by cellular devices while they should be paying attention to the road, according to Todd Green, a Bonney

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Oct. 18 Officers responded to a residential alarm activation. The resident recalled hearing a knock at the door, which she ignored because she was in bed. Shortly after, her back door was shattered and she responded by pressing the panic button on her alarm. Upon investigation, officers located a cell phone and drug paraphernalia that didn’t belong to the resident.

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Republicans are agents of change Did you know that President Obama is a conservative and the Republicans are activists, wanting to change the government? You’re probably not aware of this but it’s true. The New Deal policies initiated by Franklin D. Roosevelt in the 1930s – Social Security and favoring of labor unions – have been the norm since then. D e mo c r at ic President L y n d o n Johnson creRichard Elfers ated Medicare Columnist and increased welfare in the 1960s, adding to FDR’s initiatives. These are now the standards. Twenty-first century Republicans now want to change the government to something entirely different. Republicans want major alterations. They back small government, with less regulation and government oversight. They would like to privatize Social Security and cut Medicare. Obama and the Democrats are trying to preserve the status quo and Republicans favor radical change. President George W. Bush appointed two Supreme Court justices, including Chief Justice John Roberts and

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Fennel Creek Trail a step in the right direction The first segment of the Fennel Creek Trail is complete. I urge you to take a walk between rain showers. It is definitely a step in the right direction. I was thrilled to be at the ribbon cutting on Oct. 26 for the Safe Routes to School and first portion of the Fennel Creek Trail. You see, it is something I have personally worked towards since 2004 with many other people in this community. It is awesome to see it come to fruition through the hard work of the citizen ad hoc committee Fennel Creek Trail Advisory Committee, park board members, planning commissioners, council members, Mayor Neil Johnson, city staff, Pierce County Parks, Sumner School District and Washington Department of Transportation. Also included are Parametrix, Feet First, Bicycle Alliance of Washington and the Fennel Creek Preservation Group. The idea actually started in the 90s. The trail master plan was adopted in 2007 and is part of the city’s Comprehensive Plan. Mayor Johnson singled out Marion Betzer, who as he said, “has made constructing the Fennel Creek

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Trail her personal mission.” I was delighted by the number of trail users. There were dogs and cats. Kids in strollers being three generations enjoying the ducks on the pond. There were hundreds of people there, yet only a handful of cars in the temporary lot at the site. Where did they come from? I heard laughing and giggling as they came down the hill climb. They rode their bikes from nearby neighborhoods. Some drove and parked on Van Dyk Street, where there is ample parking on both sides of the street. It was cool and crisp, but it did not rain on our parade. The fall leaves were brilliant. I gazed at Fennel Creek from the new bridge (check out the huge wooden beams under-

neath). I walked along the boardwalk leading to the hill climb up to Victor Falls Elementary, Mountain View Middle School, Bonney Lake High School and the neighborhoods above the Angeline Valley. There were nurse stumps covered with moss and ferns. Stands of majestic cedars. And nurse logs in the wetlands where trees have uprooted long ago, forming its own minihabitat. I imagine students coming here for science, art or creative writing classes. We have heard from Councilman Donn Lewis that sports teams are already using the trail for practice and workouts. I was glad to see the rustic wooden bench strategically placed on the hill climb for people like me (old and used to walking on flat ground). Members of the Foothills-RailsTo-Trails were in attendance, giving their thumbs up. Representatives from the contractor were there, as well as Bruce Dees, who designed the trail. Deputy Mayor Dan Swatman shared that eventually the plan is to have two trailheads for the two

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The Sumner Spartans went undefeated in the regular season beating White River Hornets in the final game 35-0 at home. The Spartans face off against Renton High School in the first round of the playoffs at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 8 at Sunset Chev Stadium. “This was our best full game of the season,” coach Keith Ross said of the White River game. “We talked about this game as the start of our playoffs.” The Spartans used this game to build confidence and momentum going into the first week of playoffs, Ross said. On the first play of the game, Sumner scored on a 68-yard pass from wide receiver Josiah Fidecaro to wide receiver Austin Gregg. The Spartans scored again on a run by DeJon Lynch to take the lead to 14-0 over the Hornets. After White River turned the ball over on downs, Sumner scored again. Lynch scored on a 42-yard run for another seven, increas-

ing the Spartans’ lead to 21-0. The Hornets fumbled and the Spartans recovered with 2:29 to go in the second. As the clock ran out, Sumner capitalized and scored a touchdown to increase its lead to 28-0 to end the half. The Spartans punted on its first drive of the second half. After White River punted, Spartans scored a touchdown on a 32-yard run by Lynch. With 6:30 to play in the third, Sumner scored for its last time of the game, taking the lead to 35-0. The fourth quarter went quickly with White River and Sumner punting the ball. The Spartans had the ball with 56.9 seconds to play and held onto it to keep its perfect season alive. Sumner held a good team to zero points, ran the ball well and the offensive line had its best game of the season, he said. “It was a great team effort,” Ross said. “Our focus and sense of urgency was tremendous.” Sumner finished first in the conference with a 7-0 league reference and a 9-0 overall record.

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The Sumner Spartans celebrate its 35-0 victory over the White River Hornets on Friday, ending the regular season with a perfect 9-0 record. Photo by Vince Miller

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son 0-5, the Panthers finish 4-1 in conference play and 4-5 overall. Bonney Lake beat Auburn Mountainview 35-28 in the final regular season game on Thursday. The game got off to a slow start for the Panthers as Auburn Mountainview scored first less than two minutes into the game. The Panthers onside kick was fumbled and the Lions were quick to score again, taking a 14-0 lead

over the Panthers with 9:10 to go in the first quarter. After an interception, Bonney Lake answered with a touchdown late in the first quarter. The Lions lead closed to 14-7. The Panthers were the only score in the second quarter with a touchdown to tie the Lions 14-14. After the half, Bonney La ke fumbled and Auburn Mountainview recovered. The Lions were able to turn that

into a touchdown, taking a 21-14 lead with 2:55 to go in the third quarter. The Panthers tied the game on a 31-yard touchdown run 15 seconds into the fourth quarter. Bonney Lake and Auburn Mountainview would score a touchdown each to tie the game at 28-28 midway through the fourth quarter. The Panthers punt to the Lions was fumbled

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Panthers in post season By Dennis Box Editor

The Bonney Lake girls’ soccer team finished their regular season with a 8-2 South Puget Sound League 3A record and 13-2-1 overall. The Panthers played a West Central District seeding game Tuesday against Enumclaw subdistrict playoffs against Enumclaw Tuesday past the press deadline. Bonney Lake will either take the third or fourth place in the subdistrict tournament. Both teams will advance to West Central District playoffs on Thursday at Auburn Riverside at 6 p.m. or 8 p.m. Bonney Lake finished the regular season with a 2-1 victory over Enumclaw Thursday and a 2-1 loss against Peninsula on the road Oct. 29. In the Enumclaw game the Hornet’s Katie Christensen scored at 39 minutes unassisted following a free kick. A minute later Kelsey Lund scored for the Panthers with an assist from Brooklyn Gratzer.

PANTHERS FROM 7 and Bonney Lake recovered. A bad snap on the field goal attempt resulted in a 22-yard touch-

In the second period Ashleigh Cade at 42 minutes, unassisted, when she threw the ball in and it bounced of a Hornet into the goal. According to a team parent, Bonney Lake has given up only nine goals all season with defense led by senior’s Andrea Bowman, Shona Ramsay, Ryneski and sophomore Lauren Hanbidge. The team leads the league with seven shutouts with sophomore goal keepers Madi Jones and Kendall Slattery. On the offensive side, the team has put 34 shots in the net led by Madi Adams, nine, Lund seven and Cade, five. Adams will leave Bonney Lake as the No. 2 all-time scorer in school history. Joining Cade and Adams in the middle are senior’s Lindsey Hanbidge and Britney Martin who together helped create the possession game. Three of the seniors have verbally committed to play at the college level. Adams plans to attend the Air Force Academy and Cade plans to attend the University of LouisianaLafayette. Defender Haleigh Ryneski plans to attend Evergreen State College.

down run by senior Robert Combs. Bonney Lake would take the lead for the first time in the game, 35-28. Bonney Lake’s defense stepped up big in the fourth quarter, the Lions

were unable to convert on fourth down and Bonney Lake took over on downs, securing the win. Bonney Lake scored 21 points in the fourth quarter, 14 of those points coming on two big touch-

Bonney Lake senior Kelsie Colman dribbles the ball against Enumclaw on Thursday, Oct. 31. Photo by Dennis Box

downs by Combs. “It was an amazing comeback,” coach Jason Silbaugh said. Going into the playoffs, Bonney Lake won’t be adding any new things to its play book, he said.

The Panthers will look at what they do and work on getting better as a team. “We take one game at a time,” Silbaugh said. “Our focus is on Mercer Island.”

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quickly with the other players, a lot of whom are upperclassmen. He also has raised the level of play for the other two singles players, Heacox added. “You could really see all of them working hard to improve because they all wanted to be number one,” he said. Over the next three seasons at Sumner he looks forward to the chance to win individual titles such as state and district champion. The future for Sumner tennis looks good, Heacox said, because there a lot of talented kids on the team and that will be joining the team. “Having Zaylan makes us that much better,” he said. After he graduates, he wants to go to Stanford, t he Universit y of Washington or Gonzaga and play tennis while majoring in engineering. His family hopes he attends the UW, Jacobsen’s mom Darcie

Jacobsen said. Jacobsen’s dad and grandpa played for the Huskies and if Zaylan goes there, they will become the first three generation tennis family to play at the U, she said. He said he has thought about playing tennis professionally but after he finishes college. “It would be cool to do but it isn’t what I’m planning on,” Jacobsen said. Jacobsen competed in the West Central District tournament on Nov. 1 and 2 in Bremerton and the team placed second overall. He finished second in singles and will advance to the state tournament in May. All five players, three singles and one doubles

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Life gets easier when the Holy Spirit is your guide The presence of religion in your wedding ceremony I recently performed a wedding ceremony for my second cousin and his fiancé. They had wished to marry well before this, but circumstances had prevented it. Most weddings are a special day for couples and a reason to celebrate. In this case, the word “celebration” took on a very deep meaning for both of them. They had risen above many obstacles to get to this day in their lives. They had lived through periods of unemployment, conquered some addictive behaviors and pulled themselves out of debt. Now, with each of them having good jobs

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is the steady companion whose love never fails. Usually in weddings the scripture from 1 Corinthians 13 is used and quoted; “Love is patient, love is kind; love is not envious or boastful or arroChurch gant or rude. … Corner (Love) bears all things, believes all things, endures all Cindy Ehlke things.” Calvary Presbyterian While all of this would apply, for this particular contemporary Christian wedding, I turned to the song kept running through story of Jacob. Angels of my head. It says “Your love God appeared to Jacob in never gives up, never gives a dream and he came away up on me.” God, indeed with a special promise. never gives up, never gives “I am with you and will up on us. I told my cousin and his fiancé that they have another companion with them in their marriage and that is God. Just like their own perseverance and tenacity, God

watch over you wherever you go, and I will bring you back to this land. I will not leave you until I have done what I have promised you.” When Jacob awoke from his dream, he thought, “Surely the lord is in this place, and I was not aware of it” Genesis 28:15-16. My cousin and his fiancé may not have always been aware of it, but it was God’s intention that they made it to their wedding day, having overcome many financial and interpersonal difficulties. These promises from God apply to each of us every day. I have thought about the story of Jacob

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“Love always protects, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.” It can be applied to many situations where we need reassurance. I am glad that God never gives up on me. But there is a second part to Jacob’s discovery. Note that he says God was in this place and “I was not aware of it.” God is always present, waiting and encouraging us. It is when we acknowledge God and give ourselves

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will soon forget most of our famous, 20thcentury heroes. In 50 years, how many high school students, if we still have high schools, will know who Gandhi and Churchill were? Unconscionable as it may be, it could turn out that Hitler is the

most recognized name of the 20th century. So, speaking philosophically and/or rationally, what we have, as Albert Camus so elegantly pointed out, is a most absurd situation. We labor our whole lives trying to accomplish something that probably isn’t of any significance and

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When the state rolls out its Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) for grades 3-8 and 11 in Spring 2015 White River will be ahead of the curve. The White River School District participated in the scientific sample pilot for these new tests last spring, and along with our neighboring districts, we are scheduled to be a part of the Spring 2014 field test. The SBAC will replace the math, reading and writing portions of the Measure of Student Progress (MSP) in grades 3-8. The science portion of the MSP for grades 5 and 8 will remain. These new tests are tied to the Common Core State Standards in math and English language arts adopted by State Superintendent Randy Dorn in 2011. The purpose of the tests is to measure whether students are on track to be college or career ready after high school.

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The SBAC field test, which will involve a number of states, will be a test-run to help experts determine whether the assessments are fair, presented well and the questions work the way they are intended. Participation will give our students and teachers a trial run at the test. The tests will not be scored, but performance on individual items by students in many states will help decide how the tests will be put together and what scores will determine “standard” for the 2015 launch. Recently I was asked, “Janel, if we don’t have the state assessment results how are we going to know if we were successful helping our students meet the standard?” The state assessment results are just one measure of student learning. The district has benchmark assessments that are administered to students in grades K-8 three times a year to measure progress. We also have common assessments in place that are administered after every unit of study. What we know from looking at our data is the results of the benchmark assessments and common assessments align with the results of state assessment. We don’t need to wait for the results of the state assessment to answer the question - Are our White River students learning the grade level standards? It’s such an honor to work in a school district that is viewed as setting the standard of excellence when it comes to ensuring high levels of student learning. I’m so proud to tell folks, it’s just the way we do things around here--it’s the White River way!


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Roald Dahl’s timeless story of the world-famous candy man and his quest to find an heir comes to life in this stage adaptation of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, which features the songs from the classic family film “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory”. We have the wonderful opportunity to bring this classic tale to life right here in the White River School District. Coming this spring 2014, Roald Dahl’s “Willy Wonka”! Do you have imagination? ALL STUDENTS are invited to be a part of this wonderful show. Auditions are open to White River students of all ages and will be held 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. Dec. 9th at the White River High School theater, and Dec. 10th at the Glacier auditorium. You need only attend one of the audition days. Please come prepared with a song to sing. Call-backs are set for Dec 11th at the Glacier auditorium.

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Wilkeson - School of Distinction The staff at Wilkeson Elementary have been awarded the prestigious 2013 School Of Distinction Award! Wilkeson Elementary has earned this honor based on the outstanding accomplishments made to improve student learning. The award is given to the top 5% of schools in our state who have made sustained improvement in reading and math over five years. In the Puget Sound ESD region, 46 schools in 21 school districts achieved this high standard. It takes a combination of talented leadership and a very dedicated and skilled staff to earn this award. Congratulations Wilkeson! The award is granted by The Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE), in partnership with the Association of Educational Service Districts (AESD), the Association of Washington School Principals (AWSP), Phi Delta Kappa-Washington Chapter (PDK-WA), Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA), Washington State ASCD and Washington State School Directors’ Association (WSSDA).

Aaron Rumack - WA State Mathematics Fellow Congratulations to Glacier Middle School math teacher, Aaron Rumack! Mr. Rumack has been accepted by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) and Association of the Educational Service District (AESD) as a Washington State Mathematics Fellow. His participation in this program will help to strengthen the teacher leadership capacity to implement the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) throughout the state of Washington.

Connor Dayton - Fire Science SOM Connor Dayton, was selected as Fire Science student of the month for September. Connor is attending the Pierce County Skills Center through White River High School. He was selected for this honor based on academic performance, demonstration of technical skills, demonstration of 21st Century Leadership Skills, attendance, and overall “example” he shows to other students. The Pierce County Skills Center serves eight school districts in Pierce County and offers a wide variety of vocational programs to our students. From Aerospace and Automotive, to Medical Careers and Welding, students at the Pierce County Skills Center have access to rigorous technical and professional experiences that prepare students for high demand, high wage jobs and post-secondary education.

Laura Telman - Music Teacher of the Year Congratulations to Laura Telman, elementary music teacher at Foothills and Wilkeson Elementary Schools. Ms. Telman has been named Outstanding Elementary Music Teacher of the Year by Green River Music Region! We are very proud of her!


Sidney Riess was crowned White River High School 2014 Daffodil Princess at the third annual Daffodil Princess Selection on October 22. Sidney was crowned by 2013 Daffodil Princess Jessica Gamble. Each of the seven candidates presented a speech reflecting the festival’s theme, “Ready. Set. Grow!” and answered an impromptu question. They were judged on their speaking ability, poise, impromptu answer, and overall stage presence. The ceremony also included a memorial of White River School Board member and Daffodilian Susan McGuire who passed away last summer. Sidney will go on to represent White River High School as part of the Daffodil Festival Royal Court, the royal court is made up of 24 young ladies from around Pierce County— one from each high school—and acts as goodwill ambassadors throughout Pierce County and Washington State. She will be part of the 81st annual Daffodil Parade, and is eligible for an educational scholarship. Sidney is the daughter of Connie Haney and Curtis Riess. She has recently been accepted to Washington State University where she plans to major in Psychology.

Science Adventure Lab The Science Adventure Lab will be coming to Wilkeson Elementary November 8th, and again in the spring to work with our 4th and 5th graders. This amazing traveling science lab is equipped with state-of-the-art, cutting edge scientific tools for our students to use. Each small group of students is paired with a scientist from Seattle Children’s Hospital and able to work side by side with them. In the spring, 4th graders will be participating in a family science night with the scientist from Seattle Children’s and traveling to Seattle Children’s Hospital to do scientific research with the scientist at the hospital lab. This experience is designed to encourage students to choose careers in science beyond high school.

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Man sentenced to 27 years for vehicular homicide James Southard, Jr., 51, was sentenced Friday, Nov. 1 to 27 years after pleading guilty to vehicular homicide. The defendant struck and killed Gary Slick, who was walking on a roadside in Bonney Lake. “This is another unfortunate example of why drugs and driving don’t mix,” said Prosecutor Mark Lindquist. “Because of the exceptional sentence, this defendant should never be on our

roads again.” On August 11, 2012, at approximately 3:30 p.m., the victim was walking on the shoulder near the intersection of State Route 410 and 214th Ave E in Bonney Lake. The defendant swerved onto the shoulder, hitting and killing the victim. The defendant initially f led the scene on foot but was later identified by witnesses when he returned to his vehicle parked on the side of the

road. After being placed under arrest, the defendant told officers, “It wasn’t my fault. He was in the road, this isn’t fair.” Inside the defendant’s truck, officers found methamphetamine and over 170 prescription drug pills. In 1999, the defendant caused a multiple car accident that resulted in the death of Shawn Fairbanks. The defen-

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SCHOOL DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT MESSAGE My heart beats for “Excellent Instruction, Every Day, in Every Classroom, for Every Student.” I believe strongly in our public education system and it is my life goal to leave a legacy of improved public schools.  That’s why I’m so enthused to be here in the Sumner School District – I’m working with people who hold the same vision in their hearts and minds and work daily to improve and grow. My first few months on the job have been an exciting and rewarding time. On a daily basis, I witness the incredible commitment the Sumner school community has to the success of each and every child. I’ve been impressed by the thoughtful interactions I’ve had with both district and schoollevel staff and the students we serve.  I’m always on the lookout for excellent teaching, and I’m pleased to tell you there are many classrooms where excellent teaching is going on every day!  I’ve also met with several of our service organizations, key leaders in the community, and dedicated volunteers serving on district committees.  Servant leadership has been woven into the fiber of the district for many years.  It began with the infamous Donald Eismann holding high the banner:  “Do the right thing” and provide quality customer service.  As the vision of servant leadership has become clearer and more deeply embedded, the character traits in the Sumner School District have been named:  kindness, honesty, patience, respect, humility, forgiveness, commitment, and selflessness.

READY! for Kindergarten is a researched based parent education program for parents and caregivers of children age birth to 5. READY! classes for parents provide age appropriate targets, trainings, and tools to encourage prekindergarten activities in the home. Classes are held throughout the year at area schools and are free for families residing in the Sumner School District. READY! has demonstrated results for ensuring children are READY! For Kindergarten. Visit to register today!

Fall 2013 Dates and Locations: November 12 at Maple Lawn Elementary November 14 at Liberty Ridge Elementary

November 20 at Bonney Lake Elementary November 26 at Daffodil Valley Elementary

IMPORTANT SCHOOL BOARD NOTES At the October meeting the Board of Directors …

• Saw a presentation by Sumner Middle School students on student academic life and activities. • Approved a school impact fee request to be presented to the municipalities of Pierce County, Bonney Lake, Edgewood, Pacific and Sumner. • Approved a four-year replacement educational program, maintenance and operations levy, and a four-year capital levy for educational technology improvements for the special election to be held February 11, 2014. The School District Board of Directors governs the Sumner School District setting school and district policies within the guidelines of the law and the State Board of Education. School Board of Director’s meeting agendas and minutes are posted on the Sumner School District website.

STATE ASSESSMENT RESULTS Results from the 2013 MSP, HSPE and EOC state test scores show students in the Sumner School District continue to score higher than state average. Teachers are continuing to meet specific needs of individual students through skill groups, and with enrichment and intervention strategies. State assessment scores for all schools are available on the OSPI Report Card. These report cards include school demographics, graduation and dropout rates for secondary schools. OSPI Report Cards also include data by gender, disability, economic status, English proficiency, and migrant/bilingual status. Today’s parents have access to an amazing array of resources when searching for their school’s results. Information is available online through school web sites, school report cards, and a growing number of independent web sites that show test scores, demographics, ratings, and comparisons. Independent sites such as rate the Sumner School District in the top 16% of Washington schools, ranking Sumner schools 36th out of 219 in the state.


We offer many services that enrich the experiences of our students and families. Our aim is to make the new year better than the previous, always pushing to the next level of excellence. As a district family, our focus is ensuring Sumner School District is a great place to learn!



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VOTER REGISTRATION INFO To register to vote in Pierce County, applicants must be at least 18 years old by the date of the next election, be a United States citizen and a Pierce County resident, and not presently have civil rights denied as a result of a felony conviction. Mail-in voter registrations must be postmarked 30 days before the next election. Voter registration forms are available in all school offices, the District’s Central Administration Office and at the Pierce County Election Department.

PARENTS’ RIGHT TO KNOW School districts are required to annually notify parents of students at Title I schools of their right to request the professional qualifications of their child’s teacher. This includes licensing and certification for grade level and subject; emergency or other provisional status; B.A. major and graduate degrees: and paraprofessional qualifications. Districts are also required to notify parents if students have a teacher for four weeks or more who is not “highly qualified.” The term “highly qualified” is defined at the federal level and may not reflect the teacher’s abilities. This designation applies only to teachers at schools funded by Title I. Teachers must have a bachelor’s degree, hold full state certification, and they must either hold national board certification in the assigned core academic subject(s) or be endorsed in the core academic subject(s) they teach.

SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION AWARD FOR LIBERTY RIDGE ELEMENTARY Outstanding improvement in student achievement over 5 years led to a special honor for Liberty Ridge Elementary. The Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE), the Association of Educational Service Districts (AESD), the Association of Washington School Principals (AWSP), Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA), and Washington State School Directors’ Association (WSSDA) announced on October 7, 2013, that 99 schools all received the 2013 School of Distinction Award. The 2013 School of Distinction award winners include 55 elementary schools, 24 middle/junior high schools, and 23 high schools. This is the 7th annual School of Distinction award recognition in Washington State. “These schools represent the top 5% of improvement of all schools in Washington state”, noted Greg Lobdell, CEE President. “These schools are from all regions of the state, all sizes of towns, and with 2% to 100% poverty and enrollment of English Language Learners as high as 49%. These schools demonstrate that significant improvement is occurring all across our diverse public schools”. Each regional Educational Service District throughout the state will be hosting an award ceremony to recognize the School of Distinction award winners within their districts. Liberty Ridge Elementary Principal, Ryan Hawkins, is honored to receive this award. “We are rejoicing in our efforts and look forward to sharing the news and celebrating with families and staff,” said Hawkins. “However, our work has only just begun. We are looking towards the future and ready to embrace what’s next.”



Enhancements to school security and small works construction projects were the focus throughout the summer and beginning of the new school year. Parents and students returning to Bonney Lake High School and Mountain View Middle School found changes at the 198th Street East entrances. In anticipation of Tehaleh’s planned road extension, the District widened the driveways and added turn lanes to accommodate the new roadway.  Voice and data lines were also relocated to make way for the planned construction. Crestwood and Liberty Ridge elementaries underwent changes to their school entrances with the installation of security doors. The new security doors provide increased security when entering the building. Continuation of fall construction projects includes a new roof at Mt. View Middle School, the addition of security doors at Emerald Hills Elementary and replacing the aging boilers at Daffodil Valley Elementary. Visitors to Sunset Stadium will enjoy the Wall of Fame that has recently been completed.  What a beautiful addition to the Stadium!


NOVEMBER 19: 5:30 – 7:30 P.M.

Families of high school students from Bonney Lake and Sumner high schools can research local community and technical colleges and universities, and speak one-on-one with school representatives at this annual event. Over 50 major universities, technical and community colleges, trade schools, apprenticeships, companies and organizations are represented. Seniors will have an opportunity to connect with institutions of their choice for post-high school preparation, and 9th through 11th grade students will be able to use this experience for exploratory purposes. By attending this event and providing evidence of doing so, all students will be able to satisfy one of the future planning requirements of their Culminating Portfolio and graduation. This fall event has been very popular throughout its history, drawing 750 or more students, parents and community members from the school district and surrounding area. In addition to the fair area, there will be classroom sessions provided on financial aid, community scholarship, college athletics and NCAA, and admission information from University of Washington, Washington State University, Western Washington University, and Central Washington University. Come for the entire evening, or attend a 25-minute session or two.


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Face the freeze, winter is officially on its way The fun of fall is coming to a close. Prepare your garden with these tips.


he first week of November is when you have to face the freeze and admit that the party is over. It is time to cut back chrysanthemums and also to cut dahlias, cannas and lilies to the ground. Uproot the wilted coleus, petunias and other annuals and add them to your compost pile. Don’t have a compost pile? Find a plastic garbage bag instead. The steps below will turn garden trash and a bushel of fallen leaves into lumpy leaf mold that will come in handy in the spring. Here are the steps for compost in a bag:


Find a large black plastic garbage bag – you need plenty of room to layer leaves, soil and grass clippings.


Fill the bottom half of the bag with brown leaves. Small leaves work best like those from Japanese

maples but you can use big leaf maple leaves if you mow them over or chop them up into smaller pieces. Avoid cedar and other evergreen leaves – they take too long to break down.


Fill the middle layer of the bag with uprooted annuals like geraniums, petunias and marigolds. You need to leave some soil clinging to the roots.


At this point you must also add some soil from the garden – at least one shovelful to introduce the living soil organisms that will chomp up the leaves all winter. You can substitute a layer of compost or aged manure instead of the soil. If you see any earthworms while you’re digging for soil toss them into the bag as well. Earwigs, sow bugs, beetles and even slugs help break down the leaves and turn them into leaf mold.

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green on top of the soil and uprooted annuals. Top of any extra space with more brown leaves. A great way to do this is to rake the leaves from the lawn, adding bits of grass into the fallen leaves from the raking process.


Now that the bag is loosely filled, tie it closed and get good and mad. It is time to poke air holes all over the stuffed bag with a screwdriver or

butter knife. There’s no need to get carried away and use a sharp knife – plastic bags are easy to puncture.


Your bag is now filled with green and brown plant material; it is inoculated with living organisms from the soil or compost and should take just a few months to decay. Store the plastic bag out of site under an outdoor table or in a garden shed.


In the spring you can drag out your plastic bags, open them up and spread the magic of leaf mold on top of weeds or mix the leaf mold into planting holes. The mixture will not look like soil and it will not look like compost. It will

look more like partially decomposed leaves. You will see veins of white, moldy ribbons running through the leafy matter. This is good. Leaf mold is a spring tonic for poor soil and helps all soil hold more moisture and nutrients. You can even mix a few handfuls of leaf mold into your potting soil at planting time and enjoy the benefits of happier plants.


Another option is to wait until June or July and then spread the contents of the bag on top of your rhododendrons, perennials and alongside your vegetables. Leaf mold helps cool and shade the soil so when the August heat arrives your plants will require less water.

Marianne Binetti has a degree in horticulture from Washington State University and is the author of “Easy Answers for Great Gardens” and several other books. For book requests or answers to gardening questions, write to her at: P.O. Box 872, Enumclaw, 98022. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope for a personal reply. For more gardening information, she can be reached at her Web site, Copyright for this column owned by Marianne Binetti.

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patrols FROM 4 ticipating in the cell phone emphasis patrol, according to Deputy Chief Jeff Engel. However, officers are still encouraged to look for distracted drivers and give out reminders and/or infractions accordingly. “We want to make sure drivers concentrate on what they should be doing and that’s driving,” said Engel. “It’s for their own safety, as well as the safety of others who may cross their path.” Texting and driving doubles the risk of

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Party conservatives and the support from Speaker Boehner was certainly a frontal attack on established Democratic legislation. The Republican Senate has used its power to confirm executive branch appointments by threatening filibuster and delaying decisions on both judicial and agency appointments. The president has claimed that the obstructionism is unprecedented, even though he has also not been aggressive with court appointments: “Obama made 212 nominations with an average wait of 224 days until the confirmation phase” according to a USA Today study compiled in November 2012. It took George W. Bush an average of 176 days for appointments to be confirmed and Bill Clinton 98 days. The nonpar tisan Congressional Research Service found that: “President Obama is the only one of the five most recent presidents for whom, during his first term, both the average and median waiting time

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carter FROM 6 mile segment. The northern trailhead will be on land acquired in 2009 for a trailhead near Sumner Buckley Highway. The other is on land recently purchased by the City at Victor Falls for the southern trailhead, which will also allow viewing of the falls. Both Mayor Johnson and Deputy Mayor Swatman emphasized it will take

Wednesday, November 6, 2013 • The BONNEY LAKE Courier-Herald • Page 25 years and money and more cooperative efforts to complete the trail in its entirety. The goal of the Fennel Creek Trail is to provide a non-motorized transportation corridor from the southern to northern city limits. The trail will intersect with the sidewalk on SR 410, which runs from the eastern to western city limits. Another step in the right direction. Back to parking. There is a temporary paved parking lot at the storm water retention pond near

the trail in Willowbrook. There is a gate that will be closed to restrict vehicle access. It has already been installed and there is also a walk through gate for pedestrians. There is garbage cans and a dog waste station available near this temporary parking area. Neighborhoods in the Angeline Valley were permitted and built in Pierce County, then annexed into the city. The county has different development requirements than the city.

Unfortunately, most sidewalks within the numerous communities are self-contained, meaning they serve that specific neighborhood but do not interconnect. And there are gaps with no sidewalks on Angeline, which it appears the city is working on since neighbors expressed their desire to tie their neighborhoods and the trail together as well as safe sidewalks along Angeline. This too will certainly be a step in the right direction.

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ment on considering revenue sources and possible proper ty tax increases before setting the Ad Valorem Property Tax Rate for 2014. The public hearing will be held as part of the regular Council Meeting of November 12, 2013 at 7:00 p.m., and will be continued at the regular Council Meeting of November 26, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. The City Council meets at the Justice & Municipal Center, located at 9002 Main Street East, Bonney Lake. Written comments may be submitted prior to the hearing to the City Clerk’s Office, P.O. Box 7380, Bonney Lake, WA 98391-0944. For citizens with disabilities who are requesting translators or adaptive equipment for communication purposes, the City requests notification as soon as possible as to the type of ser vice or equipment needed. # 525049 11/6/13 Public Hearing Carbonado Transportation Benefit District The 2013 Preliminary Budget has been filed w i t h t h e Tow n C l e r k . Copies of the proposed budget will be available at the Clerk’s office on November 14, 2012. # 523433 10/30/13, 11/6/13 Public Notice Town of Carbonado The 2013 Preliminar y Budget has been filed w i t h t h e Tow n C l e r k . Copies of the proposed budget will be available at the Clerk’s office on November 14, 2012. # 523437 10/30/13, 11/6/13 City of Bonney Lake Notice of Public Hearing The City Council of the City of Bonney Lake will hold a public hearing on November 12, 2013 at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, to accept testimony regarding Ordinance 1468, declaring

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Wednesday, November 6, 2013 • The BONNEY LAKE Courier-Herald • Page 33

Fundraiser brings in nearly $5k Sarah Wehmann Staff Writer

Roughly 30 people jumped into Lake Tapps during the Exodus Housing’s fourth annual Take the Plunge Against Domestic Violence event on Oct. 26. Exodus Housing raised nearly $5,000, Maddison Rosenberg said, Americorp Vista Outreach and Development assistant. The money raised goes toward helping families affected by domestic violence. Exodus Housing helps roughly 42 families at a time and

has helped 63 in 2013 so far, Rosenberg said. When a family flees from a domestic violent situation, the first challenge is to find housing. Exodus Housing helps them in that process and once they have found somewhere to live, they then help those families buy essentials specific to each individual families’ needs in order to move forward. In total 50 people attended the event, she said. Among those was Bonney Lake Police Chief Dana Powers. Powers sent up a website to collect donations from family and friends. Her efforts raised

$1,431, Rosenberg said. A nice moment during the plunge, she said, was when Chief Powers jumped into the lake holding a popsicle stick with a photo of every person who donated to her website but couldn’t attend. “Everyone was able to take the plunge with her,” Rosenberg said. Contact Bonney Lake Sumner Courier-Herald Reporter Sarah Wehmann by email at or by phone at 360-825-2555 ext. 5060.

Local girl explores desire to write

Healthy – Tasty – Artistic – Educational – Spiritual Hosted by: Expressions at Enumclaw

Insights and Strategies for Caregivers Whether you are a family member, professional provider or want to further your education, you are invited to learn how to help support and care for those with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. All seminars are free and open to the public. Desserts and refreshments provided.

Thursday, November 14th 6:30 pm at Living Court

Lon Cole Author of You are Not Alone, Poems of Hope and Faith Lon is a long time Puyallup, Washington resident who was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease at 61 years of age. Lon will tell the story of his journey with Alzheimer’s disease and share some of the poems from his book. Limited books will be available for purchase.

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My name is Katelyn Huff; I am a student at White River High School. I live in Carbonado. I recently moved here from Chillicothe, MO. I like to write, read and I like little kids and babies. I am also a Christian; I go to Carbonado Community Church. I have recently been chosen to write an article in the Courier-Herald. I am very excited to be to able to write something I am interested in, for other people to read. I really Katelyn Huff like to make Columnist up stories and I would like to write poems. I like to write about families, people and children. I like details, describing people or opinion writing. I like to write informative articles to give people information. I am very creative and imaginative. I am also hard of hearing so that means I can’t really hear that well. I do know American Sign Language (ASL). I also have moebius syndrome. I can’t smile on one side, but I am a human being just like you! Moebius syndrome is like some nerves in your head didn’t develop all the way or right and you may not have any facial expressions. I have had it since birth. I also have a sense of humor and I like to make people laugh. I also would like to write books, movies or TV show reviews. My goal after high school is that first I would like to go to college. I want to let God control my life and plan my future. After college I would like to get married and have kids. I would like to be either an occupational therapist or a marriage and family therapist. I would like to be an editor in a magazine, maybe in a Christian magazine or American girl magazines. I would really like to be a writer of books! Yes, I do like the American girl dolls, and I would like to write something for them. I would even like to make up an historical doll for them and write all of her stories and mysteries, or girl of today would be cool too! I am currently making up my own family saga. That means I am making up a whole story about an extended family of cousins, aunts, uncles, siblings, parents, etc. I also made up the town they’re living in. I also like to ask questions so I like to interview people for the newspaper. Thank you for reading my article and thank you to the Courier-Herald for letting me write in your newspaper. Thanks to my family and some of the staff at White River for supporting me and help making it happens.

Dana Powers at the Exodus Housing Take the Plunge annual fundraiser to benefit families affected by domestic violence. Photo by Dennis Box

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WSU grads Tickets on sale now for Buckley Youth fundraiser T he fol low i n g Wa sh i ng ton St ate University students earned undergraduate degrees following completion of the summer 2013 semester.

Bonney Lake

Tickets are now on sale for “Buckley’s Time Machine,” a joint fundraiser of the Buckley Youth Activity Center and the Buckley Senior Center. treats-1.pdf 1 9/6/13 6:07 The event will begin at 5 p.m.

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Thanksgiving alone, she said. All donations are welcome but food with a long shelf life is encouraged. Peanut butter, cereal and personal hygiene items are always useful, according to Miller. Gifts of turkey, chickens and ham are especially appreciated as we move toward the winter holidays, she said. Monetary donations are also an option, as they provide food banks an opportunity to capitalize their resources in ways an individual shopper may not be able to. Each $10 donation provides a turkey for one local family. The majority of food bank donations come from private individuals but corporations often donate as well. WinCo, C Fred Meyer, TOP Foods, M Starbucks and Legendary Donuts are regular donors Y at the Sumner Food Bank. “The people in the CMcity of Sumner are very good MY to us and that’s a big help,” said Miller. “We are fortuCY nate to serve a community that’s so eager to help.”CMY To make a donation K or seek assistance, please contact the food bank in your area. The Bonney Lake Food Bank, 18409 Veterans Memorial Drive, can be reached by phone at 253863-4043 or online at The Sumner Food Bank, 15625 Main Street East, can be reached by phone at 253-863-3793 or online at www.sumnerfoodbank. org.

encouraged to dress up as a favorite TV character or personality. Donations are being sought for the silent and live auctions as well as the dessert auction. Proceeds from the Nov. 16 fund-

raiser will benefit programs at both the youth and senior centers. To make a donation or for more information, contact Ellen Boyd at or 360829-1921.

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Anthony W. Crimi, bachelor of arts in political science; Chelsea N. Humphries, bachelor of arts in business administration; and Eric C. Russell, bachelor of arts in business administration.

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