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By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

If the city’s financial outlook is improving, it’s a handful of outside agencies that may reap the reward. Every November – when the coming year’s budget is subject to public comment and council review – the fiscal fate of several doLiz Reynolds good entities hangs in the balance. This time around, the news looks relatively good for folks who, among other things, operate the local youth center, counsel women in crisis and help the financially needy. The budget process begins with a call for outside agencies to submit funding requests to the city.

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Kids, parents and merchants donned their Halloween finest Thursday and turned out in droves for the annual downtown trick-ortreating. KEVIN HANSON, Courier-Herald

Creation Festival exits Expo Center

“We love the Enumclaw Expo Center as a concert venue, but we have seen a growing need to be back in Eastern Washington with its sunny, warm weather....”

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The largest of Enumclaw’s summer festivals is packing up its tent and returning to its eastern Washington roots. Creation Festivals had made the Enumclaw Expo Center its home the past four years, filling the city for four days while attendees attended

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concerts and other activities associated with the nation’s largest Christian festival. While not on the Expo Center grounds, Creation guests bought gas and groceries, sipped lattés and patronized downtown merchants.

The decision by Creation Festivals LLC became public during an Oct. 23 budget meeting of the City Council and was confirmed in a press release issued the following day by City Hall. The announcement that Creation Fest would move to Enumclaw was greeted by great fanfare in November 2009, seen as a much-needed shot in the arm to boost an ailing economy. Creation came for 2010 and remained for three more summers. Most of the attendees camped at the site for the duration of the festival, arriving from throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia. Previously, Creation had made its home for

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Local author re-creates Christmas nativity story 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

CREATION FROM 3 a dozen years at The Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Wash., a popular concert venue on the eastern bluff overlooking the Columbia River. When the decision to move operations to Enumclaw was first announced, organizers said Enumclaw was an upgrade due to closer proximity to urban services and the easy jaunt from the populated I-5 corridor. Apparently, the appeal has worn off. “Creation Festival, along with its concerts and many activities, has always been about the camping experience for families, kids, church groups and just about all ages,” said Creation’s Bill Darpino. “We love the Enumclaw Expo Center as a concert venue, but we have seen a growing need to be back in Eastern Washington with its


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sunny, warm weather and river front parks, to provide a unique camping experience for our attendees.” While the Gorge Amphitheatre is no longer in the cards, Creation will be floating downriver to the Tri-Cities beginning in 2014. Creation Festival could be a noisy venture, with concerts cranking out loud music until 11 p.m., but was otherwise welcomed by the city. “Aside from noise complaints from residents nearby, the event had no negative impact on the community or public safety providers,” stated the city’s press release. “Creation brought many positive attributes to our community and will be sorely missed,” Mayor Liz Reynolds said. “I wish them all the best.” Creation was one of four major events hosted each summer at the Expo Center, along with the Scottish

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Highland Games, the Olympic Kennel Club dog show and the King County Fair. The departure of the Christian music festival will likely spur ongoing discussions surrounding the Expo Center’s fiscal impact on the city and future operation of the grounds, which were turned over to the city by King County in 2007. The center has operated at a deficit since landing in the city’s lap, but annual deficits have decreased since 2011. Reserves had been projected to sustain operations through 2016 at least, but the loss of Creation causes that scenario to crumble. Now, it’s anticipated operating reserves will be depleted by 2014. City administration is now reviewing options and opportunities with a goal of making the Expo Center a financially viable asset.

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“Two Nativities for Emilee: A Chronology of the Biblical Christmas Story” is an illustrated letter to her granddaughter Emilee. When Sanderson

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DISTURBANCE: An officer responded at 7:19 p.m. Oct. 29 to a Porter Street location where a man was yelling that he was going to kill everyone. He was told to cease such activity. After several more calls to the Porter Street address and an additional report of threatening behavior, a man was subject to an involuntary commitment. UNWANTED: An officer responded at 8:05 a.m. Oct. 28 to a Roosevelt Avenue address and a call regarding an unwanted subject. When asked to leave, he had failed to comply. Police assisted staff at the business with serving a trespass letter on the man, who then departed. VEHICLE PROWL: A vehicle

was reportedly broken into Oct. 28, resulting in a passenger-side window being smashed and a bag stolen. There were no immediate suspects or witnesses. BURGLARY: Police responded at 12:47 a.m. Oct. 27 to a report of a burglary in progress at a Roosevelt Avenue location. Two subjects were taken into custody. DAUGHTER ARRESTED: An officer responded Oct. 26 to a report of a vehicle theft, with the suspect being the victim’s daughter. When police arrived, both the daughter and vehicle were at the house; the daughter was arrested on an outstanding warrant. MYSTERY LIGHT: A citizen called police at 12:40 a.m. Oct. 25, reporting a red light was shining on a shed, accompanied by a sign stating police should be called if the light


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was activated. An officer found the building to be secure, but was unsure who owns the building or controls it. A message was left for other city departments. HIT AND RUN: Police were told at 3:12 a.m. Oct. 25 of a hit-and-run incident involving an unattended vehicle on Kibler Avenue. A suspect was identified and arrested for both investigation of hit-and-run and driving under the influence. WARRANT ARREST: A man called police the afternoon of Oct. 25, concerned that his ex-spouse would be going to his property and removing a vehicle. Officers responded, made contact and arrested one individual on an Enumclaw Municipal Court warrant. The subject also was found to be wanted on a Buckley warrant. POSSIBLE DUI: Police were told Oct. 25 of a man pumping gas who appeared intoxicated. Officers responded and found he was not

Students of the month Members of the Buckley Kiwanis Club honored two “Students of the Month” during their Oct. 17 meeting. Recognized were Kaitlin Miller from

White River High School and Danielle Hood from Glacier Middle School. Miller is involved in leadership at the high school and is vice-president of FFA. She organized a blood drive at the school and a campus clean-up. She is enrolled in Advanced Placement classes and is also in leadership class.

THREAT MADE: Officers were advised Oct. 24 of threats made against residents at a location on Southeast 432nd Street. The suspect was said to be armed and assaultive and the subject of an active warrant issued by the state Department of Corrections. If he was spotted, the Des Moines Police Department was to be contacted.

BUCKLEY UNDER THE INFLUENCE: A patrolling officer watched at 1:56 a.m. Oct. 27 as a vehicle weaved between lanes on state Route 410. The driver also was speeding, prompting a traffic stop. The driver was arrested for DUI and given infractions for speeding and having an open container of alcohol in his vehicle. COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: An employee of a Chamberlain Way business told police Oct. 26 someone had broken into the business. Multiple recreational vehicles had been entered, with damage done Hood is noted for her positive attitude. She is vice president of the leadership class, is a mentor to students at the elementary school and works at the clothing bank and her church. She is a WEB leader, helps fifth-graders as they enter the middle school and is involved in sports.

and items stolen. The case was forwarded for investigation. SUICIDAL: Police responded Oct. 26 to a Olsen Avenue address after hearing that an 18-year-old female had stated she wanted to kill herself. She was later transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital for an involuntary commitment. CAR CRASH: Officers were dispatched at 8:24 a.m. Oct. 24 to a Route 410 location and an automobile collision. No one was hurt. One driver was given an infraction for following too close. VEHICLE PROWL: A Mason Avenue resident reported the morning of Oct. 24 someone had entered his vehicle and stolen items. DRIVER ARRESTED: Police stopped a vehicle the morning of Oct. 23 because the driver was violating the law against cell phone use. He was unable to provide proof of auto insurance and was found to be driving with a suspended license. He also was wanted on a warrant issued by a neighboring agency. He was released with a citation and a court date.

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Wednesday, November 6, 2013 • The Enumclaw Courier-Herald • Page 5 slated for the council’s first meeting of December. The recommendations for 2014 have caught up to, and slightly surpassed, the funding levels of 2010. During the past three years, things took a turn for the worse as the city of Enumclaw – like all jurisdictions – suffered along with the general public through the Great Recession. In 2010, seven agencies combined to receive $93,600 from the city bud-

get. The following year, however, those seven saw their requests sliced to just $32,000. The dollar figure climbed to $56,750 in 2012 and $76,000 this year. The recommendation for 2014 is $100,000 for the original seven, with an additional $5,000 penciled in for a new social service effort, Neighbors Feeding Neighbors. Here’s a look at the proposed recipients, contingent upon council authorization.

• Neighbors Feeding Neighbors: An offshoot of the Enumclaw Regional Healthcare Foundation, this group delivers hot meals to homebound senior citizens. The group requested $3,000 but was approved for more. • Auburn Youth Services: The operator of the youth center asked for $70,000 but was recommended for $50,000. The organization was funded to the tune of $35,000 this year. • Plateau Outreach

Ministries: This group provides a variety of good deeds, from operating a food bank to helping families pay utility bills. The group’s request for $25,000 has received tentative approval. • YWCA: A $3,000 request appears to be on track and would triple the amount authorized for 2013. • King County Sexual Assault Resource Center: The organization had received $4,000 in 2010,



saw that amount slip to $1,000 the next three years and is looking at a $2,000 apportionment for 2014. • The local visitor center, an operation of the Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce, had asked for $20,000 for the coming year but has been recommended for $10,000. Also recommended for $10,000, after receiving $4,000 this year, is Green River Community College. GRCC has, for years, offered assistance to local small businesses.


“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 nativity that depicts the timeline of events, she said. “Two Nativities for Emilee” can be purchased in paperback or ebook format at Amazon. Copies were also donated to the Sumner library and Hope Lutheran in Enumclaw. Sanderson has written five other “Letters to Emilee” books and is in the process of creating a black and white picture book titled, “Farmer Frank and the Thieving Geese”. Sanderson hopes to schedule book signings and discussions at local churches as the Christmas season draws closer. She has pledged to share the profits made at church events.

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We learned last week where Washington’s first charter schools may open in 2014 and who may operate them. Nonprofit organizations had until then to let the Washington Charter School Commission know if they intend to apply to run one of these publicly funded campuses. Full applications are due in a month. Of the nearly two dozen letters of intent received, one was in Enumclaw, from a currently-operating private school. Also, there’s interest in converting a small private school in Spokane Valley and launching a military academy for middle- and highschool-aged students in Grays Harbor, Mason Jerry Cornfield and Thurston counties. The Petri Dish In Yakima, there’s one group designing a dual language — English and Spanish — elementary school and another proposing a campus with a curriculum focused on preparing at-risk high-schoolers for college. There also are people wanting charter schools in Toppenish and Sunnyside. Professional charter school management outfits want in as well with firms looking to bring their brand of educating to elementary and secondary students in Seattle and Tacoma starting in 2015.

The press has done a very good job of reporting about the challenges our veterans face. We all have read or seen stories about our wounded warriors. About traumatic brain injury. About veterans suffering from depression and other serious mental health issues. About those who have lost limbs or endure other physical hardships. These are serious issues that deserve our attention, especially on Veterans Day.


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What also deserves our attention, but which gets much less press, is the fact that military veterans are twice as likely to develop – and die from – Lou Gehrig’s Disease as those who have not served in the military. Yes, studies show that the disease that took the life of baseball legend Lou Gehrig is striking our military heroes at an alarming rate. It doesn’t matter when or where they served in the military; home or abroad, peace or war, from World War I to Afghanistan. Those who served are at greater risk. ALS is horrific. Worse than your worst nightmare. It robs people of the ability to move, trapping them inside a body they no longer can

control. People describe it as being buried alive. There is no treatment. No cure. Only death in an average of two to five years. So as the press calls attention to our military heroes on Veterans Day, I hope they remember those heroes who are fighting for their lives against ALS. I encourage your readers to visit the Wall of Honor at There they will see the faces and read the stories of the military heroes who are fighting ALS and those who have been lost to the disease. Their stories of courage are worth your attention this Veterans Day. M. Hall Enumclaw

GOP now the party 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. Democratic President Lyndon Johnson created Medicare and increased welfare in the 1960s, adding to FDR’s initiatives.

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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 Samuel Alito, during

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Not much is known about this early logging machine except for the fact that it was called a “Galloping Goose” and manufactured by Pacific Car & Foundry in 1923. It was an early “skidder” or tractor used to pull logs out of the woods. The man standing beside the rear wheel gives an indication of its size. This photo number 41.2848 come courtesy of the Renton History Museum.

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What a difference $14.3 million can make. Foes of Initiative 522 spent at least that much attacking the food labeling initiative and it appears to have paid off. The latest Elway Poll – taken prior to this week’s election date – found the measure lost nearly one-third of its support during the final month. That is when the No on 522 committee began airing television commercials and mailing out literature on the purported warts of the measure requiring labels on foods containing genetically modified ingredients.

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I-522 was leading 46 percent to 42 percent with 12 percent undecided in the survey of 413 registered voters conducted Oct. 15-17 by Seattle pollster Stuart Elway. That’s a big tumble from mid-September when Elway found 66 percent of voters endorsed the initiative and only 21 percent opposed. Not surprisingly, advertising changed people’s minds. Three out of four voters who had seen only ads for one side or the other planned to vote in the direction of the ads they have seen, he wrote in an analysis of the results. “Those who have seen no advertising planned to vote ‘yes’ by a 17-point margin — about the same margin the ‘yes’ side had before the advertising blitz began,” Elway wrote. For the Yes on 522 committee — which has spent $5.4 million — the silver lining is that the measure is still ahead. And Elway says history favors them winning, too. Since 1992, 17 of 22 initiatives which had support above 60 percent in Elway polls conducted in September wound up winning. 910707


ELFERS FROM 6 his administration from 2001-2009. He also appointed 62 Federal Appeals Court judges and 261 District Court judges. Judgeship appointments are far more important to the Republicans than to the Democrats. It has become clear that Republicans see the appointment of activist judges as the way to change the government (Toobin, Jeffrey. “The Oath”). It was Democrat Sen. Barry Feingold along with a moderate conservative John McCain who passed the McCain-Feingold Campaign law in 2002. The activist Republican Supreme Court Roberts majority struck down part of it with its decision in the Citizens United v. the Federal Election Commission in 2010. This decision drastically changed how much money individuals and corporations could contribute to campaigns. Democrats and Obama were put on the defensive. And while Democrats struggled against superior amounts of money during the 2012 presidential election, they were able to fight off the political attack that came as a result.

The recent government shutdown was due to an activist Republican majority in the House who fought to end Obama’s Affordable Care Act. The president and the Democrats had to hold the line against an attack on Obama’s signature legislation. The Republicans failed, but the ferocity of the Tea 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 nonpartisan Congressional Research

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EHS girls earn state XC berth By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

Plateau runners squared off against some of the region’s best Nov. 2, competing in the Westside Classic cross country championships. The meet, staged at American Lake in Lakewood, whittled the field in advance of this weekend’s state meet in the Tri-Cities. State competition takes place Saturday at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco, the traditional home of the cross country finale for all classifications. The Classic included teams of all sizes from the South Sound, Olympic Peninsula and southwest Washington.

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Tops among local teams were the girls of Enumclaw High, who placed third in a field of 12 teams and earned a team berth at the state meet. Prairie High from the Vancouver area topped the list with SPSL 3A foe Peninsula coming in second. Aleea Gwerder headed the EHS crew by placing fourth overall with a time of 20 minutes, 13 seconds. Coming in sixth was Samantha Engebretsen, crossing the line at 20:20. Rounding out the team were Abby Callison, 13th, 21:08; Danielle Flintoff, 32nd, 21:55; Amanda Stenslie, 39th, 22:19; Riley Desmul, 52nd, 22:55; and Kristen Pedersen,

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The Hornet boys placed seventh among 12 teams. The team was paced by sophomore Eric Hamel, who placed 19th overall with a time of 17:46. Also running for EHS were Josh Sanders, 26th place, 17:51; Hayden Schmitt, 28th, 17:52; Chase Olson, 49th, 18:13; Tyler Bogh, 54th, 18:24; Dylan Hamel, 61st, 18:34; and Alex Blanchard, 71st, 18:54. While the team failed to qualify for state, three Hornets – Eric Hamel, Sanders and Schmitt – earned indi-


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Bonney Lake 2, Enumclaw 1 Oct. 31 at Bonney Lake Enumclaw scoring: Katie Christensen 40:00. Enumclaw record: 6-4 league, 10-6 overall. Orting 1, White River 0 Oct. 31 at White River White River record: 5-9 league, 5-11 overall. Franklin Pierce 3, White River 0 Oct. 29 at White River White River record: 5-8 league, 5-10 overall. Enumclaw 6, Decatur 0 Oct. 29 at Enumclaw Expo Center Enumclaw scoring: Hannah Dahlquist 3:00 (unassisted), Dahlquist 37:00 (Haley Johnson assist), Mia Fornelius 42:00 (Johnson), Fornelius 43:00 (Dahlquist), Fornelius 51:00 (Dahlquist), Katie Christensen 72:00 (Victoria McFarland). Shutout: Katie Craft.


Enumclaw 18, Emerald Ridge 11 Oct. 30 at Emerald Ridge Enumclaw goals: Bryce VanHoof 8, Brandon Butler 7, Jack Pugh 2, Mitchell Petellin 1 Enumclaw record: 4-6 league, 12-10 overall. Auburn Mountainview 19, Enumclaw 10 Oct. 29 at Enumclaw Enumclaw goals: Brandon Butler 5, Bryce VanHoof 4, Jack Pugh 1.


White River 3, Sumner 2 Scores not reported Oct. 30 at White River White River finishes regular season 9-5 league, 9-6 overall. Enumclaw 3, Bonney Lake 0 25-15, 25-14, 25-21 Oct. 29 at Bonney Lake Enumclaw highlights: Victoria Hernandez 25 digs, Barbie Becker 12 aces, Noelle Putman 14 assists. Enumclaw finishes regular season 8-2 league, 12-2 overall.

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Enumclaw, WR volleyball teams move ahead By Kevin Hanson Staff Writer

Both the Enumclaw and White River volleyball programs have completed the regular season, advanced through one tournament and now prepare for district action. Enumclaw High The Enumclaw High Hornets are headed to the

bi-district volleyball tournament, courtesy of a thirdplace finish during the Nov. 2 subdistrict tourney at Auburn Mountainview High School. The bi-district tournament will be contested Friday and Saturday, again at Auburn Mountainview, and will advance five of eight clubs to the Nov. 15-16 Class 3A state tournament at St. Martin’s University. Enumclaw opens bi-

district play at 4 Friday afternoon, taking on a foe from the Greater St. Helens League. The tourney features a double-elimination format. The subdistrict tourney consisted of just six teams, with five advancing. Enumclaw opened on an inauspicious note, falling 3-0 to Kennedy Catholic. The Hornets then defeated Bonney Lake 3-0 to close out the tournament.

White River High The White River volleyball team kept its season alive with a fifth-place showing at the Class 2A subdistrict tournament. Next up is the West Central District tourney, to be contested Friday and

Saturday at Franklin Pierce High School. From there, the top five placers will advance to the following week’s state tournament on the Pierce College campus in Lakewood. White River will open district play with a 7 p.m. contest against Lindbergh High. Being a first-round match, it

is a loser-out affair. The subdistrict tourney saw White River quickly slip onto the loser’s side of the bracket, thanks to a 3-0 loss to the host Washington Patriots. The Hornets then rebounded to beat Evergreen High and Lindbergh, winning each 3-0.

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Enumclaw blasts Decatur in league finale Hornets will host Steilacoom Sentinels Thursday to close out season; game will begin school’s canned food drive Enumclaw’s Plese cracking record book at Portland By Kevin Hanson Senior Writer

Enumclaw’s Caitlin Plese has made the most of a golden opportunity. Since cracking the starting lineup at Portland State University, the former Hornet soccer standout has posted the kind of numbers that belong in a record book. Plese recorded her ninth shutout of the season during a 1-0 victory over Sacramento State Oct. 25, breaking the singleseason record for individual shutouts at Portland State. Additionally, she now stands second on the

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Enumclaw closed its South Puget Sound League 3A season with the 46-14 victory over Decatur on the road. The Hornets ended the regular season with a 2-3 SPSL record and 4-5 overall. Highlights for the season included a 23-6 victory over White River in the Battle of the Bridge game and a 55-28 win over SPSL

single-season list in goalsagainst average (0.74) and goalkeeper wins (11) at PSU. The win over Sacramento State wrapped up the program’s first unbeaten Big Sky Conference record, as well as the Vikings’ straight Big Sky regular-season title. The team hosts the Big Sky Tournament Nov. 7 and Nov. 9, with the chance to earn the program’s first trip to the NCAA national tournament. After graduating from Enumclaw High, Plese sat during a redshirt season in Portland and saw minimal action the following year. She began this season on the bench but, after the Vikings struggled during their first three games, Plese was inserted into the starting lineup. The Vikings have rolled since.

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Enumclaw author to speak about novel, life experiences in Africa By Susan Etchey

I didn’t have a choice being born a woman. It’s still a man’s world after all. But when author Suzanne Popp relates her experiences with women she has known and lived close to in Zambia, I know I am pretty lucky to be born an American woman in the United States at this time in history. My struggle for survival as a 72 year-old freelance writer is not nearly as difficult as the threatened and restricted lives of many women in Africa - and other women in similar repressive countries in the East as well. Popp, an Enumclaw resident, has stories to tell that make you weep


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and shock you but she will tell you from her first hand experience she see things quite differently. “Our view of Africa is that it is a violent country, one of turmoil and conquest, but rarely is Africa seen from an African woman’s point of view,” she said. “My book is about the struggles of intermarriage, lack of education, witchcraft versus spiritual life, but in spite of all their hardships I want to write about what makes these Zambian woman I have seen and known capable of enduring great trials, to have a vision and keep going in light of what may seem impossible odds. I wanted to tell their stories that are never told.” Popp has had some credible success, selling 20 books a day of her first novel of the trilogy called “The Bride Price,” published a year ago on The heroine of the Chitundu Trilogy is Myrna Chitundu, a 13-year-old student whose life is marked forever by rape, unwanted pregnancy and forced

marriage. Her dreams to eventually go to college dashed, Myrna is cast into the subservient role of being born female in her land – in this time. A woman of strong spirit she overcomes abuse, derision and tragedy with a profound faith in God. She has an edge over other African women who don’t often get what she got. She was allowed to go to school and education is her strength. Popp is a profound speaker when she relates true stories about these woman of Zambia that motivated her to write a book. The truth behind this fiction is what is most fascinating and so is Suzanne’s life and her reasons for traveling and working in Africa in the first place. So, if you care about social justice, racism and bigotry, sexism, or women’s issues globally, this is the talk for you. Join us at Arts Alive! Center for the Arts Nov. 9. Popp is one of three artists featured from 6 to 8 p.m. at 1429 Cole St. in downtown Enumclaw.

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• • • On Sunday, Oct. 27, the Enumclaw High School Robotics Club canvassed local neighborhoods to collect nonperishable food donations. These donations were given to the Plateau Outreach Ministries for their food bank. The club would like to thank the residents for their generous donations.

Gary Pillo Jr. and Dawn Nitsche announce the engagement of their daughter Megan Pillo to Brockton DeVol, son of Ted DeVol and Leslie DeVol. All are of Enumclaw. A September wedding is planned. Both the bride-to-be and groom-elect graduated from Enumclaw High School. She attends Pierce College in Puyallup, earning a project management certificate while managing a restaurant in downtown Enumclaw. He is a machinist for his father’s business, DeVol Engineering.

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Enumclaw couple celebrates 50th with Alaska cruise Larry and Judy Shaffer of Enumclaw celebrated 50 years of marriage. They were united June 2, 1963, in Fruitland, Idaho. He is a graduate of Portland State University and worked 41 years in the banking industry. She worked 18 years for the Oregon Department of Transportation. They raised their family

in Idaho and Oregon and have lived in Enumclaw for the past 10 years. They have three children and seven grandchildren. They celebrated their golden anniversary with family, spending a week in Deer Lake, Wash. Additionally, in August, they took a cruise to Alaska to complete their anniversary celebration.

HIGHER EDUCATION Clare receives scholarship for science Western Washington University student Kelci Clare, daughter of Mike and Marci Clare of Enumclaw, received a $2,000 Double Eagle II Scholarship II for Science Education for the 2013-14 academic year. The scholarships are given to future science, math and technology teachers who graduated from a Washington high school or homeschooled in Washington. Clare graduated from Enumclaw High School in 2008 and is scheduled to graduate from Western at the end of 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. Clare is currently a peer mentor in Western’s Woodring College of Education, and a peer advisor for Western’s Academic Advising Center. After graduation, she hopes to teach math or science to elementary or middle school students.

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The following Washington State University students earned undergraduate degrees following completion of the summer 2013 semester. Enumclaw: Lucas C. Barker, bachelor of arts in communication; Derek S. Bellinger, bachelor of science in psychology; and Stephanie L. Johnson, bachelor of science in neuroscience, summa cum laude.

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Special Occasions

Dusserts celebrate 60th anniversary Eddie and Cathy Dussert celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Sept. 26 at the Black Diamond Community Center. The couple married Sept. 26, 1953, at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church in Los Angeles, Calif. They moved from San Gabriel, Calif., to Copalis Beach, Wash., in 1988, and later to the Rainier View Senior Park in Black Diamond. Both are active in the Black Diamond Community Center and city of Black Diamond. He was honored as Hometown Hero in the 2010 Labor Day Celebration for receiving the Silver Star Medal, given for valor gallantry in action by extraordinary heroism during the Korean War. She was crowned Labor Day Queen in the 2012 Labor Day Celebration. They have a daughter, Marianne Dussert, who lives in Enumclaw, and a grandson, Michael Dussert, who lives in Seattle.

Events slated for Black Diamond library The following events are planned for November at the Black Diamond library. • A Holiday Tale of Poetry and Magic Show, Nov. 18, 10:30 a.m. Ages 3 and older. Enjoy a holiday tale that combines original poetry with magic to tell a story about harvest time, family and the sharing of food. This show celebrates the hidden wonders of daily life and the astonishing power of gratitude. Sponsored by the Friends of Black Diamond Library. • For adults Friends of the Black Diamond Library meeting, 5 p.m. Nov. 20. This nonprofit group supports the Black Diamond Library through fundraising, sponsorship of programs and services and increasing awareness of the library’s vital community role.

Local couple marks 55th anniversary Lyle and Geri (Darby) Davis celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary Aug. 28, 2013 at their summer residence in Enumclaw. Both are Enumclaw High School alumni and lifetime residents.

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Postseason awaits WR football Hornets looking to rebound after big loss to Sumner

Hornet 30-yard line and finally stalled on the Sumner 6. The Hornets came up empty when three passes fell incomplete. Final numbers showed how White River suffered. The Hornets punted four times, gave up the ball on downs three times and lost a pair of fumbles.

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Competing against 10 other Class 2A teams, the Hornet girls totaled 134 points to place sixth. Leading the way for White River was Madison Moser, who was 10th overall with a time of 20:58. Also representing the WRHS girls were Brenna Liebel, 24th, 21:48; Kacy Coyle, 32nd, 22:11; Courtney Gelmini, 37th, 22:25; Jenna Guenthner, 52nd, 23:18; Eryn Maris, 61st, 23:51; and Erin Redford, 70th, 24:31. The White River girls did not qualify for state as a team, but Moser and Liebel claimed individual berths.

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Looking to regain the swagger that came with a six-game winning streak, the White River Hornets head into postseason play Friday night. As the No. 2 entry from the South Puget Sound League 2A, White River will host North Mason (7-2 overall), the No. 3 team from the Olympic League. Game time will be 7 p.m. on the White River campus. The winner will advance to the state field of 16 teams while the loser packs away the pads for the season. The Hornets make the postseason leap following a regular season that ended with a 6-3 overall record and a 5-2 mark in league play. The late blemish on an otherwise fine season is the two-game skid that followed six consecutive victories. White River lost a heartbreaking league game to Steilacoom but was still in position to tie for the league title, needing

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November 6th 2013

Message from Janel SBAC Recognition Daffodil Princess Willy Wonka 2014 Cocoa, Coats & Crafts Science Adven. Lab


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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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SBAC SAMPLE QUESTION The White River School District has made the decision to participate in the field test for the new Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) during the last 12 weeks of the school year. The SBAC will replace the math, reading, and writing portions of the MSP in grades 3-8. Below is a sample problem from the 3rd grade geometry standard.

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!


Example of the Common Core Standard for this question: Understand that shapes in different categories (e.g. rhombuses, rectangles, and others) may share attributes (e.g., having four sides), and that the shared attributes can define a larger category (e.g., quadrilaterals). Recognize rhombuses, rectangles, and squares as examples of quadrilaterals, and draw examples of quadrilaterals that do not belong to any of these subcategories.

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WILLY WONKA This Spring 2014 “Come with me and you’ll be in a world of pure imagination.”

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6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. White River Family Center 27515 120th Street East in Buckley To register: Please call Leah at 360-829-5883 or Klara at 253-845-9177 If you would like to donate a new or clean, gently used coat, we will gladly accept your donation from 8 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Monday-Thursday at the Family Center or feel free to bring your donation the night of the event. A collaborative effort of the White River Family Support Center, the White River School District, the Family Support Partnership, Readiness to Learn and Good Samaritan Community Services.

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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Making leaf mold now pays dividends in spring The 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



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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. Next, add a layer of grass clippings or some other finely chopped green material. At least three inches of 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


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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, www.binettigarden. com. Copyright for this column owned by Marianne Binetti.


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Buckley fundraiser will benefit youth, seniors

OBITUARIES PATRICIA STUBSTEN Former Enumclaw resident Patricia R. Stubsten died Oct. 26, 2013. She was born May 10, 1928, in Banning, Calif., and graduated from Gresham High School near Portland, Ore., in 1946. She resided in Patricia Stubsten Enumclaw for years prior to moving to Everett, Wash., to be near family. She is survived by daughter Pam Stubsten of Lynnwood,

Tickets are now on sale for “Buckley’s Time Machine,” a joint fundraiser of the Buckley Youth Activity Center and the Buckley Senior Center. The event will begin at 5 p.m. Nov. 16 at White River High School. Tickets are available at the youth center, the senior center or from board members. Tickets are $35 and include a choice of prime rib or salmon dinner. Attendees are 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 fundraiser will benefit programs at both the youth and senior centers. To make a donation or for more information, contact Ellen Boyd at or 360-829-1921.



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Wash., and son Doug Stubsten of Woodinville, Wash. A memorial service took place Nov. 2 at Canton Lutheran Church in Canton, S.D.

SHEILA ANN GALLAGHER Buckley resident Sheila Ann (Mallany) Gallagher died Oct. 27, 2013, at her home. She was born Nov. 27, 1935, in Hoquiam, Wash., and had lived in this area 37 years. She worked as a medical records clerk at Enumclaw Medical Center, retiring in 2002 after 17 years of service. She was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Wilkeson. She is survived by sons Chris Gallagher and wife Lisa of Boise, Idaho, Art Gallagher and wife

Theresa of Buckley and Doug Gallagher and wife Michele of Chehalis, Wash.; daughter Eileen Mercer of Buckley; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by sons Andy Gallagher and Matt Gallagher and sister Mary P. Gallwas. A service, officiated by the Rev. Jim Harbaugh, is planned for 12:10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, at St. Leo’s Catholic Church, 13th and Yakima in Tacoma. Memorials are suggested to Habitat For Humanity, St. Jude Children’s Hospital or a charity of the donor’s choice. Arrangements are by Barton’s Family Funeral Service.

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ost of us take eating for granted. In fact, for many people, getting enough to eat is not the problem, getting too much is. It may be surprising to learn that there are over a half-million people right here in Western Washington who don’t get enough to eat on a daily basis. For children and adults living in or close to poverty, securing good, healthful food can be a real problem. That’s why Food Lifeline is so important to the Northwest. This efficient, non-profit organization is dedicated to helping end hunger in Western Washington. Food Lifeline works hard to make every bit of donated food and cash count. In 2012, Food Lifeline distributed over 36 million pounds of food, the equivalent of over 30 million meals. 95% of the food that Food Lifeline distributes is donated. Three of the programs that handle these donations are Seattle’s Table Program which is supplied by local restaurants and caterers who contribute prepared food, Produce for the People that collects fresh produce from wholesalers and retailers, and the Grocery Rescue Program that

collects products such as meat, dairy, fresh produce and baked goods from local grocery retailers. QFC participates in the Grocery Rescue Program year-round. QFC is proud to support Food Lifeline as our Charity of the Month in November and December. Through our “Bringing Hope to the Table” campaign we will be helping collect both food and cash donations that will assist in feeding thousands of hungry people during the cold winter months of the holiday season and for many months thereafter. Each year, QFC’s Bringing Hope to the Table campaign plays a crucial role in making sure that Food Lifeline has food items and assets to distribute food to hungry people through its many food banks, meal programs and its shelter network. There are many ways in which QFC customers can help support Bringing Hope to the Table. One way is to buy a pre-made bag of groceries for $10. These bags contain dry-good grocery items that Food Lifeline says its clients often request. You can also purchase food bank recommended items

and donate those in our donation bins. There will be items throughout the store marked with special tags to make it easy to know what to purchase and donate. QFC will also have $1 and $5 donation cards available at the checkstand as well as $10 virtual bag donation cards. Just hand the card to your checker and your donation

will be added to your order. The virtual bag donations get tallied and delivered to Food Lifeline as full cases of product. You can also donate your spare change into change jars available at your checkstand. Thank you for supporting QFC and Food Lifeline to help feed the hungry during the holiday season and beyond. Paid Adver tisement

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RELAX FROM 10 drivers injured or killed while using their mobile phones are well documented. Some even believe that relying too heavily on phones can impair a person’s ability to focus and may intensify stress and feelings of depression. Individuals who are looking to recharge their personal batteries and step away from mobile devices may want to consider the following sug-

gestions. • Write a note. Writing notes on paper can be a great way to express yourself. Think about how you feel while writing the letter and imagine the look of surprise on the recipient’s face when he or she finds it in the mailbox and it’s not yet just another application for a credit card within the envelope. • Hide your phone. Put the phone in a drawer or closet and make sure it is turned off. Spend time around the house

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and grow accustomed to how it feels to be off the grid. Then do something as adventurous as running out to the store or to pick up the kids at school without your phone. • Use old photos to reminisce. Take out photo albums and look over tangible, printed photos from times when it was commonplace to hold photos in your hands and not squint at them on LCD screens. Think about how many years you survived with-

out a mobile phone. • Focus on a fun activity. Invest your time wholeheartedly in an activity that you enjoy. Make this a digital-free time. Consider how well you can enjoy the time when you’re not multitasking on a phone or waiting for a text message or incoming e-mail to interrupt your train of thought. • Get cooking. Immerse yourself in a recipe and cook a meal that allows you to relax and keep

your mind off of status updates and tweets. • Do a stream of consciousness activity. Jot down everything that comes to mind on paper and clear your head. You might be surprised at the results of such an exercise. • Take a nap. Turn off the entire world for a while by snuggling in a comfortable spot and zoning out for an hour. • Spend time with friends. Instead of texting friends to catch up, invite a couple of friends

over to socialize in person. Face-to-face interactions can be a great way to unwind and share a few laughs. • Act as a role model for youngsters. Children often emulate their parents’ behavior, so if parents cut down on their mobile device usage, kids might be quick to follow suit. Turn off mobile devices after a certain time each night. Make sure mealtime and homework hours are phonefree.

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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

a moratorium prohibiting the production, processing, and retail sales of recreational marijuana and prohibiting granting of any city license or permit related to such activities. All members of the public may provide testimon y d u r i n g t h e p u bl i c hearing or they may submit wr itten comments prior to the public hearing. The City Council meets at Bonney Lake Justice & Municipal Center located at 9002 Main Street East, Bonney Lake, WA 98391. Written comments may be submitted prior to the hearing to the City Clerk at P.O. Box 7380, Bonney Lake, WA 98391 or c i t y c l e r k @ c i . b o n n ey 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. # 11/6/13

October 23, 2013 N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that the Buckley Planning Commission w i l l c o n d u c t a p u bl i c hearing on Monday, November 18, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the Buckley Multipurpose Building located at 811 Main Street, Buckley, to discuss a portion of the city’s comprehensive plan. The purpose of the hearing is to obtain public comment on the proposed Park Plan. The park plan is Element 6 in the comprehensive plan and will also stand alone as a separate document that will guide the park system’s construction, establishment, and placement of park amenities, trails, and/or services. The proposed plan will be on the city’s web site a week before the hearing under, city government, planning commission, public hearings. All aspects of the park plan will be updated, inc l u d i n g t h e fo l l ow i n g sections: The park plan introduction; descriptions of the park and recreation facilities and programs; demographic information; future need analysis; goals and policies; levels of service; and the park capital improvement program. Questions or written comments may be directed to Kathy James Thompson, City Planner at (360) 829-1921 ext 7812 and/or mailed to C i t y o f B u ck l ey, P. O. Box 1960, Buckley, WA, 98321 for receipt before November 18, 2013. Buckley does not discriminate on the basis of disabilities. If you need special accommodation, please contact City Hall within three business days prior to the public h e a r i n g a t (360) 829-1921 ext. 7801. # 522832 10/30/13, 11/6/13

CITY OF ENUMCLAW 2014 LODGING TAX GRANT FUNDS AVAILABLE The City of Enumclaw is soliciting project proposals that support and encourage tourism in Enumclaw, Washington. The source of monies from which projects will be funded is the city’s share of taxes collected on overnight stays at hotels and motels within the City of Enumclaw. Beginning Wednesday, October 30, 2013, applic a t i o n fo r m s w i l l b e available on the city’s website at The 2014 Lodging Tax Grant Application provides information regarding eligible uses of motel/hotel tax revenues and the process for proposal submission. Grant application packets must be complete, signed, and received by the City’s Finance Depar tment, or received in the mail, no later than 5:00pm on Frid a y, N o v e m b e r 1 5 , 2013. Late or incomplete packets will not be considered. Applications will be reviewed by E n u m c l a w ’s L o d g i n g Tax Advisory Committee which will make funding recommendations to the City Council. Final funding decisions for 2014 will be made by the Enumclaw City Council by the end of November 2013. If you have questions regarding the submission process, please contact Stephanie McKenzie at or 360.615.5629. Applications will be accepted by the Finance Department at Enumclaw City Hall, 1339 Griffin Ave., Enumclaw, WA 98022 until 5:00pm Friday, November 15, 2013. P l e a s e a d d r e s s yo u r proposal application to the attention of Finance Director Stephanie McKenzie. # 523428 10/30/13, 11/6/13

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGREGARDING AMENDING THE BONNEY LAKE MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING CLUSTERING PROVISIONS IN THE RC-5 ZONING CLASSIFICATION N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that per BLMC 14.140.040 the City of Bonney Lake Planning Commission will convene a Public Hearing at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesd a y, N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 2013, in the Justice Center Chambers, 9002 Main Street E., Bonney Lake, Washington to receive public testimony on potential changes to BLMC 18.20.050 to restate the existing clustering requirement in order to clarify the methodolog y. T h e a m e n d m e n t contains no substantive change in the actual regulation. Proponent: City of Bonney Lake. Contact: Jason Sullivan, Senior Planner; phone (253) 447-4355; email address THE PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ON THIS PROPOSAL E N D S AT T H E C O N CLUSION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARI N G O N N OV E M B E R 20, 2013. # 525064 11/6/13

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AUCTION NOTICE: In accordance with the Revised Code of Washington (RCW 63.32.020) the proper ty listed on Auction List 10/21/13 will sell to the highest bidder through the auction services of Property A complete detailed list of all items is available at the Bonney Lake Police Department for review. # 524107 11/6/13 CITY OF ENUMCLAW PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Planning Commission and Park Board will hold a joint Public Hearing on the Draft Par k Plan on Thursday, November 21, 2013 during their regularly scheduled meeting. The meeting begins at 7:00 p.m. in the Enumclaw Council Chambers at City Hall, 1339 Griffin Avenue. For further information, please contact Erika Shook, Community Development Director, at (360) 825-3593 ext 5725. City of Enumclaw C o m m u n i t y D eve l o p ment Department # 525040 11/6/13 City of Bonney Lake Notice of Public Hearing The Bonney Lake City Council will hold a public hearing to receive com-

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGREGARDING AN AMENDMENT TO THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP N OT I C E I S H E R E B Y GIVEN that per BLMC 14.140.040 the City of Bonney Lake Planning Commission will convene a Public Hearing at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesd a y, N o v e m b e r 2 0 , 2013, in the Justice Center Chambers, 9002 Main Street E., Bonney Lake, Washington to receive public testimony on potential changes to the Future Land Use

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Map to change the Land Use Designation of tax parcel 0520338001 back to High-Density Residential from Public Facility to ensure consistency between the Future Land Use Map and the Zoning Map. Proponent: City of Bonney Lake. Contact: Jason Sullivan, Senior Planner; phone (253) 447-4355; email address THE PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ON THIS PROPOSAL E N D S AT T H E C O N CLUSION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARI N G O N N OV E M B E R 20, 2013. # 525067 11/6/13 PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE The Enumclaw Planning Commission has rescheduled their November and December regularly scheduled meetings. The November 28, 2013 meeting has been changed to November 21, 2013. The December 26, 2013 meeting has been changed to December 19, 2013. The meetings are held in the Council Chambers at City Hall (1339 Griffin Avenue) at 7:00 p.m. If you have any questions, please contact the C o m m u n i t y D eve l o p ment Department at 1 3 0 9 M y r t l e Ave n u e, Enumclaw, WA 98022 or by calling (360) 8253593. C o m m u n i t y D eve l o p ment City of Enumclaw # 525044 11/6/13 Wilkeson Planning Commission will hold a public hearing November 20th at Wilkeson Town Hall at 6:30PM seeking public i n p u t o n W i l k e s o n ’s Skate Park. Topics will include: recommendation to council on location of the future Wilkeson Skate Park, approval of design of skate park and rezoning of Parcel 0619286001 located at 22212 163rd S t E , W i l k e s o n , WA 98396 from single family residential to parks for the inclusion of a skate park facility. The planning commission will conduct their regular meeting following the hearing. # 522825 11/6/13, 11/13/13 PUBLIC NOTICE STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT (SEPA) DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE (DNS) FOR proposed code amendments to enumclaw municipal code (EMC) Adding a new Chapter 18.06 (DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS); amend TITLE 18 (Chapters 18.06 through 18.32); rePEAL chapter 19.18 EMC, HEIGHT, YARD, AND AREA; and add three new definitions to C h a p t e r 1 5 . 0 4 E M C, Definitions. Permit Application Number: SEPA Environmental Checklist File #13270 Applicant: City of Enumclaw, Community Development Depar tment, 1 3 0 9 M y r t l e Ave n u e, Enumclaw, WA 98022. Description of Proposal: The code amendment will adopt a new devel-

opment standards chapter to the Enumclaw Municipal Code Chapter 18.06. The proposal would also amend EMC Title 18 (Chapters 18.06 through 18.32); eliminate C h a p t e r 1 9 . 1 8 E M C, Height, Yard, and Area, and add three new definitions to Chapter 15.04 EMC, Definitions. The proposed revisions to the code are intended to consolidate the dimensional standards into one chapter thereby making it easier to implement and understand. Location of Proposal: City-wide. Other Permits Required: The proposed non-project action to revise and add to EMC will need the following approvals: (1) Review and threshold determination under the State Environmental Policy Act for Non-Project Actions; (2) Review a n d c o m m e n t by t h e Washington State Community, Trade and Economic Development Depar tment; and (3) Review and adoption by the Enumclaw City Council. Dates: This application was submitted: November 1, 2013. T h i s a p p l i c a t i o n wa s deemed complete on: November 1, 2013. This notice was published on: November 6, 2013. Lead Agency: City of Enumclaw, 1309 Myrtle Avenue, Enumclaw, WA 98022. Determination of NonSignificance: The lead agency for this proposal has determined that it does not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment. An environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21C.030(2)(c). This decision was made after review of a comp l e t e d e nv i r o n m e n t a l checklist and other information on file with the lead agency. This information is available to the public on request. Comment Per iod: The lead agency will not act on this proposal for fourteen (14) days from the publication date identified above. Written comments must be received by 4:30 pm, November 20, 2013. Contact the C o m m u n i t y D eve l o p m e n t D e p a r t m e n t fo r copies of the proposed amendments by calling 360-825-3593. C o m m e n t Pe r i o d fo r Other Agencies: This DNS is issued under WAC 1 9 7 - 1 1 - 3 4 0 ( 2 ) . Commenting agencies should submit any comments within the abovestated period. Upon request, the City will reconsider its lead agency status, the issuance of this DNS, or any mitigating measures. Administrator of Development Regulations and Responsible SEPA Official Erika Shook, Community Development Director 1309 Myrtle Avenue Enumclaw, WA 98022 Phone 360-825-3593 x.5725 F A X 360-825-7232 # 525031 11/6/13

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ENGLISH CREME Golden Retriever Male Puppies For Sale. 4 Left! $900 each. Call: 253216-4699. Go to: for more info and pictures.


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Loisann (Hoirup) Sonneson died Oct. 30, 2013, at the age of 74. A resident of Clearwater, B.C., she was the CONTEST 1 9/6/13 only of Jacob and Lois (McGilvrey) treats-1.pdf 6:07daughter AM Contest begins Nov. 6th Hoirup. On Oct. 20, 1956, in Trinity Lutheran

Church, she married Leonard Sonnes-on, the son of Arthur and Mazie (Ford) Sonneson and grandson of Nils and Anna Sonneson, longtime members of the Enumclaw community. She is survived by her husLoisann Sonneson band of 57 years, Leonard; a son and daughter; brothers Jack Hoirup and wife Georgia of Las Vegas,

Peter Hoirup and wife Sammy of Bonney Lake and Keith Hoirup of Tacoma; four grandchildren and a great-grandson. A memorial service is planned for 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, at Community Baptist Church in Clearwater B.C., Canada. It can be seen online at Anyone wishing to reach the family is asked to mail: Leonard Sonneson, c/o North Thompson Funeral Home, 73 Taren Dr., Clearwater, B.C., Canada, V0E 1N2.

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Ford announces a Cash Certificate on select 2012, 2013 and 2014 models. Active military personnel for the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard, Reservists serving on Active Duty, members of the Delayed Entry/Enlistment Program (DEP) and Veterans/Retirees within 180 days of separation or retirement, spouses and other household members, who are residents of the United States.

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Hwy 410, Enumclaw





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Order Now… Pay Later! your beef in our aging cooler. We will then custom process according to your instructions. You pay when you pick it up. (up to 30 days from ordering)

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OUR BEST BEEF SIDES Naturally Fed $ 99 400 lb. - 500 lb...................... 908542


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Sale Ends 12/3/13

20104 SE 436th • Enumclaw (Located 5 miles west of Enumclaw on Hwy. 164) Hours: Mon: 8am-5pm, Tue-Fri: 8am-6pm, Sat 8am-5pm, Closed Sunday

Fall 2013 Stock Up! Beef Sale!

Custom Cutting & Processing - Send Us Your Livestock Call Early! Grass Fed is in Limited Supply!


Our Best 50 lb Economy Pack BEEF, PORK, POULTRY ITEMS #CUTS AVG. WT. ITEMS #CUTS AVG. WT. T-Bone Steak 4 4 lb. Smoked Pork Chops 4 2 lb. Rib Steak 4 4 lb. Lean Ground Beef 10 10 lb. Sirloin Steak 2 1 lb. Country Sausage 4 4 lb. Sirloin Tip Steak 2 1 lb. Bnls. Chicken Breast 4 4 lb. Hanging Tenderloin Steak 2 4 lb. Hawaiian Pork Roast 1 4 lb. Fillets 4 2 lb. or Italian Porketta Tri-Tip Marinated 1 2 lb. Retail $358.00 Boneless Chuck Roast 1 4 lb. SAVE $110 4 lb. Total Price Bnls. Rump/Sirloin Tip Roast 1



Fill your freezer with quality, natural & grass fed products.

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Natural Fed Beef

is Grass and Pasture Fed Beef, “Naturally Grazing Daily” Their diet is supplemented with grains, vegetable, and corn silage which intensifies the marble effect in the meat for maximum flavor and tenderness. No Antibiotics or Added Hormones!


We offer natural fed beef, pork, lamb and a full line of buffalo. Our steaks, roast and ground meat are cut fresh daily at our old fashioned meat counter. We offer several varieties of meat packs from 20 lb. up to 100 lb. We also offer beef and pork sides or quarters, and whole lambs. Sale Ends

EBT 12/3/13



2 250 lb. - 350 lb. .................... $3.09 lb. Grass Fed $ 39 300 lbs & up ......................... 3


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