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Congresswoman Suzan DelBene scans a package while UPS delivery driver Mike Vallimont watches on Wednesday morning at Triumph Aerospace Group on Redmond Ridge. DelBene, who represents the 1st District, went “undercover” as a UPS worker during Vallimont’s morning run in Redmond as part of her effort to pursue more engaging and creative forms of constituent outreach. Before hitting the road, DelBene met with drivers and officials at UPS’s Redmond distribution facility on Northeast Union Hill Road. “Small businesses and families are impacted by the hard work you do every day,” she said. She also praised UPS’s work with local food banks and the United Way. ANDY NYSTROM, Redmond Reporter
A former Microsoft Corp. employee was arrested Wednesday for leaking confidential information regarding the Redmond-based tech company. Alex Kibkalo was charged in U.S. District Court in Seattle with theft of trade secrets after he uploaded “proprietary software including prerelease software updates for Windows 8 RT and ARM devices, as well as the Microsoft Activation Software Development Kit (SDK) to a computer in Redmond…and subsequently to his personal Windows Live SkyDrive account,” according charging documents. Kibkalo, a Russian national who had been in Lebanon at the time, transmitted this
information to a technology blogger in France in July and August 2012. The suspect encouraged the blogger, who remains unnamed in documents, to share the SDK — an internal product development kit used for product key validation and distributed for internal use only — with others “who might be able to reverse the software and write ‘fake activation server’ code,” charging papers state. Microsoft launched an internal investigation after the blogger sent the stolen information to a Microsoft employee on Sept. 3, 2012. “The blogger asked the (employee) to examine the contents of the code to help the blogger better understand its contents,” charging documents state. The employee took the information to the former [ more ARREST page 2 ]
Redmond teen’s Bottle Bill may pop up on ballot Kelley Koeppen was first bitten by the environmental bug in sixth grade when she attended the Environmental and Adventure School (EAS) in Kirkland. While attending the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) choice school, she participated in a number of stewardship projects, which were part of the school’s curriculum. She helped clean up parks, mulch trails,
prune blackberry bushes and more. Since then, community service has become a part of who she is and recently, the Redmond High School (RHS) senior has taken things to the next level. When Koeppen turned 18 a few weeks ago, she went online to do two things. First, she registered to vote. Second, she submitted an application for a state initiative to be put on the November ballot later this year that would encourage more people to recycle by giving them a 5-cent refund
on empty water and pop bottles and pop cans they return to designated redemption centers. The Washington Secretary of State office is still processing the application for Koeppen’s initiative — which she is calling the Washington Bottle Bill — but once it is approved, Koeppen said she will begin collecting signatures to get it on the ballot come November. She needs to collect 246,372 — or 8 percent of the number of people who voted for Gov. Jay Inslee — by July. [ more BILL page 5 ]
Kelley Koeppen hopes people can soon get 5 cents for each empty water and pop bottle and can they return to designated redemption centers. SAMANTHA PAK, Redmond Reporter
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Redmond teams take the plunge for Special Olympics Washington Teams from Redmond and other Eastside cities raised nearly $30,000 for Special Olympics Washington and participated in last Saturday’s “Freezin’ for a Reason” Polar Plunge into Lake Sammamish at Idylwood Park in Redmond. Redmond teams were from the Redmond Police Department, Redmond Town Center, Serious About Fitness, Horace Mann Elementary School and St. Jude Knights of Columbus. One squad was named Team Redmond. Top: Team Serious About Fitness, from left to right: owner Chris Doran, MORE PHOTOS ONLINE… client Carolyn Hahn, client Stacy Townsend and run coach Carol www.redmond-reporter.com Swindaman. Courtesy of Jackie Warnecke Bottom: Captain America prepares to plunge. Courtesy photo
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Vineet Kumar Srivastava, who was charged with second-degree rape of a Microsoft Corp. janitor last July, had an omnibus hearing on March 14 at King County Superior Court. According to a press secretary for the King County
Prosecuting Attorney Office, Srivastava’s trial is set for April 7. The 36-year-old former Microsoft senior program manager was arraigned on Aug. 14 and entered a notguilty plea to the charges. He’s out of custody after
posting bond in July. An omnibus hearing is a criminal pre-trial hearing. Typically, disclosure of evidentiary matters, procedural and constitutional issues are attempted to be resolved, according to USLegal.com.
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The documents state that Kibkalo had been a seven-year Microsoft employee. In 2012, he had received a poor performance review and “threatened to resigned if the review was not amended,” according to charging papers. Microsoft’s investigation also revealed instant messaging conversations between Kibkalo and the blogger discussing transferring data between themselves, Kibkalo leaking the information as well as discussions about how they might get caught. “I would leak enterprise today probably,” Kibkalo told the blogger
on Aug. 2, 2012, according to charging papers. “Hmm,” the blogger said in response, “are you sure you want to do that? lol.” Charging documents also reveal a later conversation on Aug. 12, 2012, in which the blogger told Kibkalo leaking the information is “crossing a line you know pretty illegal.” In response, Kibkalo said, “I know :)” documents state. Microsoft contacted the FBI in July 2013 with its investigators’ results. Kibkalo has been detained in a correction facility pending his trial.
president of Microsoft’s Windows Division. Microsoft investigators interviewed Kibkalo on Sept. 24, 2012 and he admitted “he had provided confidential Microsoft products and information to the blogger and confirmed that he did so via his SkyDrive account and the computer in Redmond,” according to court documents. Kibkalo admitted to stealing “hotfixes” for Windows 8, the SDK, unreleased versions of Windows Live messenger and documents and presentations about products, charging papers state.
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Monday, March 17
Malicious mischief: Redmond police responded to a reported malicious mischief call at a hotel in the 15700 block of Bear Creek Parkway downtown at 12:08 p.m. The crime allegedly involved a hotel guest.
Domestic violence: At 10:46 p.m., a domestic violence situation arose between roommates in the 8500 block of Willows Road in Grass Lawn.
Suspicious circumstance: Redmond police arrested a man for sleeping in a city park in the 7800 block of 168th Avenue Northeast downtown after dark.
Do your taxes: Redmond police responded to multiple fraudulent tax returns.
DUI: Redmond police responded to a report of a traffic collision with no injury at 2:40 a.m. from the 8700 block of 172nd Avenue Northeast on Education Hill. A female was arrested for driving under the influence.
Wednesday, March 19
Vehicle prowls: Officers responded to two vehicle prowl reports. One came from Overlake and one came from Grass Lawn. A subject was arrested.
Trespassing: Redmond police located a trespasser at 1:09 a.m. at a business in the 8800 block of 161st Avenue Northeast on Education Hill.
Road rage: Officers responded to a report of a road rage incident at 2:51 p.m. from the 8800 block of 161st Avenue Northeast on Education Hill. A report was taken.
Tuesday, March 18
Grand theft auto: Redmond police investigated a stolen vehicle report at 7:29 a.m. from the 3800 block of 175th Avenue Northeast in Overlake.
Burglary: Redmond police received a burglary report at 11:41 p.m. in the 13600 block of Northeast 94th Street in Grass Lawn. Theft: Redmond police responded to a reported theft of a bicycle from a parking garage at 6:59 p.m. in the 16200 block of Northeast 83rd Street downtown. Fraud: Redmond police responded to a tax fraud complaint at 4:58 p.m. in the 15300 block of Old Redmond Road in Grass Lawn.
Burglary: At 7:16 a.m., Redmond police investigated the reported theft of several purses that had been stored in a residential garage in the 9100 block of 168th Place Northeast on Education Hill. Potential suspect information was provided.
Sunday, March 16
Shoplifting: Redmond police responded to a reported shoplift in the 17600 block of Union Hill Road downtown.
Telephone harassment: Redmond police investigated a possible telephone harassment case at 3:54 p.m. from the 16700 block of Redmond Way downtown.
Theft: Redmond police arrested a suspect for criminal trespass and theft at 3:52 p.m. in the 8800 block of 161st Avenue Northeast on Education Hill.
Harassment: Redmond police investigated the harassment of an employee by a patron of a business in the 16700 block of Redmond Way downtown at 3:25 p.m.
Malicious mischief: Redmond police responded to a report of vandalism at 1:59 p.m. in the 18700 block of Redmond Way downtown.
Stolen plates: Officers conducted a traffic stop at Union Hill and Avondale Way downtown on a vehicle with a reported stolen plate at 12:35 a.m.
Theft: Redmond police responded to a reported theft at 11:42 a.m. in the 16600 block of Northeast 90th Court on Education Hill.
Saturday, March 15
ATM fraud: Redmond police documented a case involving a lost wallet with fraudulent activity to a debit card at 11:41 a.m. in the 8900 block of Red-Wood Road on Education Hill.
Vehicle prowl: Redmond police investigated a car prowl at 6:47 p.m. from the 16700 block of Northeast 103rd Place on Education Hill. Fraud: Officers responded to two fraud reports. One came from Overlake. The other came from Grass Lawn.
A 59-year-old man who was seriously injured when a truck struck the worker the morning of March 13 in Redmond was transported to Harborview Medical Center.
Thursday, March 13 Shoplifting: At 6:04 p.m., Redmond Police responded to a shoplifting report from the 16400 block of Northeast 74th Street downtown. A report was taken. Vehicle prowls: Redmond police investigated five vehicle prowl reports. Three were from Overlake and two were from Grass Lawn. Jumper cables and a vehicle owner’s manual were among items taken.
The City of Redmond will host a community conversation to discuss the Recreation Buildings Master Plan project from 6-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday in the City Hall Bytes Café at 15670 N.E. 85th St.
REDMOND CENTRAL CONNECTOR ‘SIGNALS’ ARTWORK SUNSET RECEPTION SET FOR THURSDAY
The public is invited to join the City of Redmond in celebrating the newest public artwork, “SIGNALS,” by John Fleming. A sunset ribbon-cutting reception
will be held from 7:30-8:30 p.m. on Thursday on the Redmond Central Connector near 161st Avenue Northeast and Bear Creek Parkway. Guest speakers will include Fleming, Redmond Mayor John Marchione and Parks and Recreation Director Craig Larsen. Guests are encouraged to arrive at 7:30 p.m. to enjoy the artwork with music and refreshments; the event will begin at 7:45 p.m. Fleming is a gifted artist with decades of experience. His work is a combination of art, architecture and conceptual/environmental projects. Many of Fleming’s projects are inspired by mixed and recycled media. “SIGNALS” is a substantial gateway sculpture with a colored LED lighting feature that was installed throughout January and February of this year. It is located at the Brown Street Plaza, within the Redmond Central Connector near 161st Avenue Northeast and Bear Creek Parkway. “SIGNALS” reuses parts from de-commissioned train signals that used to regulate traffic along the BNSF railroad intersections in Redmond. This piece brings together pedestrians and bicyclists instead of trains and cars. It also serves as an informal gathering place and performance venue for the City of Redmond.
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Burglary: Redmond police investigated a burglary at 4:42 p.m. from the 11100 block of 158th Avenue Northeast on Education Hill. Identity theft: Officers responded to four identity theft reports. Two were from Grass Lawn, one was from Education Hill and one was just outside of Redmond. Grand theft auto: Officers responded to two stolen vehicle reports. One came from downtown and one came from Education Hill.
He returned home the evening of March 14 and is healing from his injuries. According to Redmond Police Department neighborhood resource officer Julie Beard, members of the Redmond police and fire departments responded to the collision at 8:37 a.m. in the 4200 block of 150th Avenue Northwest. John Fritsch, a Darrington resident, was working in the loading dock of a building when a delivery truck was backing into the dock, unaware that the worker was present. Fritsch said he sustained multiple injuries to the right side of his body. There was no evidence that the truck driver was impaired and he won’t be issued a citation, Beard said.
Goodfellow Brothers, Inc., to begin construction on the second phase of the Overlake South Detention Stormwater Vault project. Phase II of the $29 million project, scheduled to get under way next month, will include the construction of a six-million-gallon stormwater vault and
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restored parking lot area. Located in the east parking lot of the Sears store near Northeast 20th Street and 148th Avenue Northeast, the vault (one of three underground stormwater facilities planned for the area) will be the first regional facility to serve Overlake.
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Vandalism: At 11:27 a.m., an upset patron of a homeless shelter in the 16200 block of Northeast 87th Street downtown vandalized the shelter after not being satisfied with the services that are available.
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Identity theft: Redmond police took a report of identity theft at 11:48 a.m. from the 16400 block of Northeast 40th Street in Overlake in which a fraudulent tax return was filed using the victim’s identity.
Malicious mischief: Redmond police responded to a report of malicious mischief at 3:23 p.m. from the 7400 block of 138th Place Northeast in Grass Lawn where a window was broken.
Man hit by truck is back home from hospital
Fraud: A report was taken for fraud at 3:26 p.m. from the 14800 block of Redmond Way in Grass Lawn.
The City of Redmond’s newly formed Medical Reserve Corps is recruiting. The Redmond Medical Reserve Corps is looking for volunteers who would like to help with disaster planning, general wellness education, health and preparedness projects. The city is also recruiting licensed practitioners and non-licensed support personnel to be part of disaster response teams. Interested citizens can send an email to RedmondMRC@live.com or come to the organizational meeting from 6-7 p.m. on Tuesday in the Redmond Public Safety building media conference room at 8701 160th Ave. N.E. To learn more, visit www. redmondccc.org/content. php?pg=20
Identity theft: Redmond police responded to a woman’s report that someone used her personal information to file a fraudulent tax return at 9:07 a.m. in the 14200 block of Northeast 72nd Street in Grass Lawn.
Theft: Redmond police responded to a reported theft at 9:14 p.m. from the 6500 block of 152nd Avenue Northeast in Grass Lawn.
Friday, March 14
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Residents are invited to join the continuing community conversation about the future of Redmond’s four recreation buildings: Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center, Teen Center, Senior Center and Redmond Pool at Hartman Park. Residents can provide feedback about the recommended option for a community recreation center, view a presentation by the project team at 6:15 p.m. and discuss the project, estimated costs and site recommendation. Light refreshments will be served. Citizen feedback about the recommended option is an essential part of the master planning process. For more information about the community conversation and presentation, and the Recreation Buildings Master Plan study, contact Katie Anderson, parks and recreation deputy director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (425) 556-2334.
The police blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the Redmond Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Redmond Reporter Police Blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Redmond, which gets more than 500 calls (emergency and nonemergency) per week.
Theft: Redmond police responded to a reported car prowl at 8:13 a.m. in the 8300 block of 158th Avenue Northeast downtown.
Vehicle prowl: Redmond police responded to a car prowl at 2:13 p.m. from the 6700 block of 135th Court Northeast in Grass Lawn where debit and credit cards were stolen and used.
Theft: Redmond police responded to a reported theft from a vehicle at 8:14 a.m. in the 16000 block of Northeast 85th Street on Education Hill.
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Tragedies affect everyone I drove to work on Tuesday morning, but I don’t recall many details of what transpired on the way there. My eyes were watching the road and my ears were glued to the radio, listening to reporters describe the tragic event that took place near the Space Needle that left two men dead and one man seriously injured. Longtime KOMO News photographer Bill Strothman and pilot Gary Pfitzner perished in the helicopter crash and Richard Newman, a motorist, was at Harborview Medical Center with secondand third-degree burns. I got chills down my spine and I became teary eyed as I listened to the KOMO reporters describe the scene and how their hearts were hurting for their co-workers (who hadn’t been identified yet) and their families. One woman could barely get through her report without crying, but she finished and signed off. I admired her courage and professionalism to do her job so well at that moment. As I continued my drive, I began to think about my workload for the day, but shook my head. How do you carry on with your day when something like that has happened? As I turned right off State Route 522 up Juanita Drive Northeast in Kenmore Andy Nystrom
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toward our office in Kirkland, I drove by the heaps of flowers near the crosswalk at Northeast 160th Street where Sarah Paulson was hit by a car last Friday morning. She passed away from her injuries at Harborview later that day. Again, I was struck in the gut at how life is fragile. I thought about my wife, my family and friends as I moved on up the road. We really don’t know what’s in store for us and need to embrace what we have each day. Later in the day, I read a statement from KOMO news anchor and reporter Molly Shen about Strothman that moved me: “We
all know him as one of the best storytellers to have ever graced the halls of KOMO. It felt like a loss for us because he knows his craft so well, and he’s such an artist and such a great journalist.” Mark Pfitzner, Gary’s brother, also shared his thoughts with the media. His statement reads in part: “He took great care of his brothers and sister and always led by example. He LOVED to fly. Gary died doing what he loved.” I never met these two men, but I admire them. Their passion for life and work is contagious and will inspire me from here on out.
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Kudos for addressing overflowing mailbox Good for Joanna Pine for calling the police regarding the overflowing mailbox. I have encountered the same situation on multiple occasions and have contacted the post office by phone and in person. It has had zero effect. A great place for a drive-by mailbox location is in front of Redmond City Hall in the mini-roundabout where they put the voters’ ballot box. Or a box at the library. Elected officials, please help make this happen.
M. Albert, Redmond
Don’t punish kids: Vote ‘yes’ on bond I moved into the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) the same year the new buildings for Redmond High School (RHS) and Mann Elementary opened. I can understand frustration over these new schools needing portables and additions so early in their life cycles. However, in that same time frame, I’ve watched Education Hill fill up with new houses. The kids in those new houses need schools, too.
Paige A. Norman mentions that Mann Elementary will need portables due to the overflow of Rockwell students. She doesn’t mention that Rockwell has not been modernized or rebuilt, and that Rockwell has borne much more of the brunt of the new developments than Mann has. Also, since RHS was built, the district changed the alignment of which grades attend high school. The addition at RHS was necessary to accommodate adding ninthgraders, not because of failing to plan for growth. Housing growth usually happens faster than school capacity growth. I agree that LWSD has not managed the growth as well as we might like, and I’ve taken issue with some of their planning numbers before. However, voting “no” on the bond punishes students and isn’t the most effective means of communicating with the district. If you want to send a message, talk to your school board and hold them accountable for doing the necessary oversight. Don’t punish kids. Vote “yes” on LWSD’s bond measure.
Sherri Nichols, Redmond
Death penalty has a moral issue One can debate the morality of the death penalty or whether it acts as a deterrent to heinous crimes. (I happen to believe it can be justified on moral grounds and would act as a deterrent if it represented a real threat.) However, there is nothing “moral” about our state’s legal system preventing prosecutors from seeking the death penalty because of additional costs. It has very little to do with the guilt or innocence of the accused or how heinous the act. It is more a case of defense lawyers asking and getting long delays and “billable” hours from judges, many of whom owe their election to campaign support from lawyers. A perfect example is our legal system’s inability to get “justice” for the 2007 murder of six relatives of one of the accused perpetrators. Surely no one questions their guilt. How long can it possibly take to determine if there were some extenuating circumstances leading to the atrocity that might merit a lesser penalty? Instead the defense team’s constant appeals to agreeable judges
have resulted in more than six years of $7 million spent with no trial date. How is that “moral”?
Bill Hirt, Bellevue
As boomers retire, it’s time to make longterm care a priority For the next 18 years, approximately 8,000 baby boomers will turn 65 every day. By 2030, one in five Washingtonians will be considered elderly — and many will need long-term care. Reliance on government support for long-term care needs will continue to grow as baby boomers age. The future looks startling to those of us who comprise the “silver tsunami” and is downright alarming for thousands of Washingtonians who rely on the state’s Medicaid system to pay for long-term care services in nursing homes and assisted-living centers. Assisted-living Medicaid rates haven’t been updated in nearly a decade and were cut by 6 percent from 2010 to 2012. Nursing-home rates were last updated in 2007. Rates fell short by over $100 million in 2012, and more than half of the [ more LETTERS page 5 ]
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Redmond’s MyVitaminPacks.com launches new technology Redmond-based MyVitaminPacks, LLC (MVP) announced the immediate availability of automatic drug nutrient interaction information as part of its vitamin application, The Vitamin Advisor. The Vitamin Advisor takes the confusion and hassle out of taking vitamins by creating personalized recommendations
at no cost, the company’s press release reads. “Nutritional science has made substantial advancements over the past decade. We have a much clearer understanding of drug/nutrient interactions. Consumers and healthcare providers need to be aware of the importance of vitamins in improving a variety of health prob-
lems, while considering potential drug and vitamin interactions,” says Martin Gallagher, M.D. There is no charge to use the Vitamin Advisor. Once the questionnaire is completed, the daily dose supplement packets, which are calculated to an individual’s personal nutritional needs, can be ordered from MyVitaminPacks.
Alternatively, consumers can simply print out their list of recommended nutrients. All vitamin packs made by MyVitaminPacks are created using pure, pharmaceutical-grade products and the exact dosages per supplement and pack are guaranteed. “The supplement industry has gone from
snake oil to FDA-approved scientific specifications. The Vitamin Advisor technology removes the confusion consumers experience when shopping for vitamins, and provided a recommendation from our medical professionals to ensure each individual is getting what they need,” said Jason Brown, founder of MyVitaminPacks, LLC.
“MyVitaminPacks provides the correct dosage, and personalized health information with the convenience of having your products delivered directly to you. Rather than getting many bottles of pills with different quantities of product per bottle, MVP creates a daily dose pack to provide a personalized solution.”
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Koeppen’s post-program action plan became the Bottle Bill, but she couldn’t do anything about it until she turned 18. She said this made things a little more difficult as people can start filing for initiatives in February and her birthday isn’t until March. Despite this challenge, Koeppen has not been deterred and hopes her peers feel the same. “I just think it’s important that young people know they can make a difference, too,” she said. Koeppen is doing her part to show young people can make a difference by enlisting the help of the Environmental Club at RHS. Senior Atticus Liu, who is one of the club’s copresidents, said they will be helping to spread the word about the Bottle Bill by getting a segment into the biweekly school news video. “We’ll also try to come up with an efficient way for students to redeem their recyclables (in bulk for a more substantial refund) by the end of the school year,” he said. “If that means talking to administration to expand the recycling program
here at Redmond High School, that’s a challenge we’d love to step up to.” Liu said when Koeppen approached him for help with the Bottle Bill about two weeks ago, it was the
first time he’d heard about it, but he was familiar with the concept of recycling bottles and cans for a refund. “I personally like the effort, but more people need
to hear about it,” he said. “I still see too many plastic bottles and tin cans in the garbage. I also believe making the refunds more convenient and accessible to people.”
Since Koeppen is working on a limited budget, she said she will focus her advertising efforts online through the bill’s website (www.washingtonbottlebill. org) and social media.
state’s nursing homes lost money. Failure to update rates creates problems at the bedside, where care quality is truly defined. Seventy percent of the cost of long-term care is wageand labor-related, thus financial losses equal lost jobs and that translates to lost quality. This is simply not sustainable. Washington Health Care Association has represented skilled and assisted living providers in Washington for more than years. Our 400-plus members tell us that the issue of appropriate funding does not change because of shifting demographics.
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The first time Koeppen encountered the idea of receiving a refund from returning used bottles and cans was in middle school during a visit to her aunt and uncle’s house in Maine when the family stopped by a redemption center to turn in cans they had collected. “I asked my mom, ‘Why don’t we have that in Washington?’” she said. “My mom said, ‘I don’t know, why don’t we?’” The issue was driven home for Koeppen as she would see how many bottles and cans would be left on the ground after her soccer games. “There’s a lot of waste left around,” she said. Koeppen decided to do something about it after participating in a threeweek pre-college program through Brown University two summers ago. The program took students to Costa Rica, where they studied ecology and sustainability. The trip also included a visit to EARTH University, which teaches students about sustainable development and encourages students to apply what they learn back home.
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During a recent trip to Tulsa, Okla., Redmond resident Caitilin Walsh asked a room full of high school students how many of them spoke another language besides English. Only a few students raised their hands. When she asked how many of them were scared to answer the question, many more students raised their hands. Walsh, who is the president of the American Translators Association (ATA), said many thought knowing a second language was a strike against them. So while she was there, she worked to stress to the students that she was not judging them. “It’s a huge asset,” she said. “Many people covet (it). They would love to speak two languages.”
Caitlin Walsh chats with, left, Roy Boney, Cherokee Language Program manager, and Dr. Neil Morton, Cherokee Nation Education Services adviser and Sequoyah fellow, in Oklahoma. Courtesy of Alfred Hellstern vides people access to technology in a familiar language while respecting linguistic and cultural distinctions. While in Tulsa — which is a little more than an hour away from the Cherokee Nation’s capital of Tahlequah, Okla. — Walsh met a number of translators from the tribe. “They were really warm people,” she said. Walsh’s visit with students while in Oklahoma was to raise awareness about what they could do with their language skills if they wish to further their studies. She said many times when students pursue foreign languages in college, the only job option they think is available is to become a foreignlanguage teacher. Walsh said another option is to become a translator or interpreter, jobs that are growing in demand by leaps and bounds. “(It) is a very viable career option,” she said. Walsh acknowledged that most students probably won’t choose to
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Walsh was in Oklahoma for International Mother Language Day, which was Feb. 21 and promotes awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. Her visit was part of a celebration of Microsoft’s Office Online becoming available in the Cherokee language. This was all part of the Redmond tech company’s Local Language Program, which pro-
follow this path but at least now, the ones she spoke with know about this possibility.
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Walsh’s opportunity to meet with members of the Cherokee Nation came through her husband, Alfred Hellstern, who is a senior international projects manager for Microsoft and oversees the company’s efforts to translate its Office programs into other languages. He said Cherokee was just one of 105 languages — outside of English — that were recently made available in Office Online. Hellstern added that Cherokee is the only American Indian language that has been translated at the moment as other native languages typically do not really have writing systems. While working with the Cherokee translators, Hellstern said he and his team kept in close contact with weekly phone calls for
updates so everyone was up to date on the project’s latest developments. Like Walsh, Hellstern stressed the importance of raising awareness about interpreting and translating job opportunities to students. “It’s important to let the kids know...you can do stuff with it,” he said about being fluent in a second language.
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Roy Boney, Cherokee Language Program manager for the Cherokee Nation, said preserving a language is important because it goes hand in hand with preserving a culture. “The Cherokee language is one of the most important aspects of who we are as a tribe, and many elements of our culture are contained in our language,” he said. “Our language offers more than communication. It transmits cultural knowledge and a mode of thinking that is uniquely Cherokee. To lose our language would
Caitlin Walsh speaks to Sequoyah High School students in Oklahoma about translation and interpreting. Courtesy photo mean a huge loss of part of our heritage, and the goal of the Cherokee Nation Language Program is to ensure our language lives on for future generations.” Walsh agreed that it is important to preserve languages. “The heritage of a culture is embedded in language,” she said. She pointed out that while different cultures may have a word that translates to mean
similar concepts, that is often where the similarities end. For example, while the word “breakfast” refers to the morning meal a person eats, what that looks like can be different from culture to culture. In the United States, breakfast could mean cereal, whereas in Mexico, it could mean tortillas or miso soup in Japan, Walsh said. “It needs a culture to have a meaning,” she said about words.
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will try to go back to that state. If they’re generally in a disordered state and have chronic stress to deal with, adding more stress can become chaotic. Think about it this way: If you’re working in your office and everything is going as planned, spilling coffee on your desk, albeit a bit tragic, becomes an inconvenience. You can quickly clean the area and refill your coffee. However, if you have three phone lines holding, all with irate customers, and the boss tapping his foot impatiently waiting for your report to print, but the printer is out of both ink AND paper…and your coffee spills…well, there’s a catastrophe. Because of course this would be the time when there’s no more coffee! Eating right, exercising and taking care of yourself will give you the best chance of things going as planned, and when coffee spills, you’re much better equipped to deal with the situation. So don’t be afraid to take care of YOU — today!
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cause they are high in fat and calories. But recently, I’ve seen information in magazines saying nuts are good for you. Is it true, and how can that be with a food so high in fat? A: Eating nuts as part of a healthy diet can be good for your heart. Nuts contain polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fatty acids, which may have an effect on reducing blood levels of both total and LDL (“bad”) cholesterol. Nuts also contain protein and fiber which helps you feel full, so they make a great on-the-go snack. Yes, nuts are high in calories, but you don’t need to eat much to reap the benefits as a handful is considered a serving. Almonds, cashews and pistachios are all great choices. When possible, make sure to choose nuts that are raw or dry roasted for the most nutritional value.
Myrissa Yamashiro is the club owner and certified personal trainer at Anytime Fitness at Redmond Ridge. To submit a question for future articles, contact the author at redmondwa@anytimefitness. com or (425) 898-1199. Consult your health care provider before beginning an exercise program.
Sit up, let’s talk posture Garren Loescher
So, how’s your new year’s resolution holding up? Are you able to get enough exercise in your day? Do you have enough energy to do your daily activities, like gardening, cleaning house and playing with (or just keeping up with) the kids? And consider this question — how do you take care of YOU? You hear it every day in the news, from doctors, from other health providers: Eat right and exercise! We know we’re supposed
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Simply reading the word “posture” makes most of us sit a little bit taller. Posture is one of the most fundamental and important components of a person’s health. Good posture is the natural alignment that your body works most efficiently in. Having good posture means that all of the body’s [ more POSTURE page 9 ]
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Students make a splash at Orca Bowl Redmond High School placed second at the 17th annual Orca Bowl on March 1 at the University of Washington. Everett’s Ocean Research College Academy (ORCA) ‘A’ team took top honors. Pictured, from left to right, are Redmond’s Bettina Beverly, Amani Moyer-Ali, captain Celine DeJong, Hannah vanHoff, Sydne Dresser and coach Megan Gray. They are in front of the Seattle Aquarium Window on Washington Waters exhibit during the awards dinner. The aquarium’s volunteer diver is Cari Garand. More than 100 students from 13 Washington state high schools competed in the event, which was hosted by Washington Sea Grant and other programs and schools from the University of Washington College of the Environment. Courtesy of Washington Sea Grant
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systems will be able to move and work efficiently. When bones, muscles and joints are in the right positions, they are stronger and less likely to suffer an injury. Nervous, circulatory and digestive systems work more efficiently when the body and organs are aligned properly. Having bad posture puts unnecessary stress on these systems, increasing the chance for injury and other disorders. If having good posture is so important, how is it that so many people out there are living with bad posture? There are two factors that have led to the epidemic of poor posture. One is that society has become increasingly sedentary with people spending a majority of their time sitting: at a desk,
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BECU will celebrate the grand opening of its new Neighborhood Financial Center at 11 a.m. on Tuesday at 16325 Cleveland St. in Redmond. City Council member John Stilin will be cutting the ribbon to officially open the new center. At approximately 3,200 square feet, the new location — located in the Elan Apartment Complex — has five consultant desks, two ATMs with 24-hour access, a conference room and two online banking kiosks.
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driving, watching TV, reading in a chair, working at a computer. All of these activities that have become so common put the body in a poor position. The second is the fact that the human body is incredibly resilient. It will adapt to these poor positions and learn to function and survive the best it can. This is bad combination because the body will keep adapting to bad posture as it gets worse. As posture gets worse, this will cause injuries and other heath issues. These can be treated, but if the postural problems are not addressed, the issues will keep coming and with greater severity and frequency. Bad posture can be prevented and corrected with diligence, through stretching and exercise. Bad posture comes from joints be-
ing in improper positions or overly tight muscles or ligaments. Through exercise, it is possible to reset joints and lengthen tissues to return the body back to proper alignment and its peak performance. Every body is different and every person has different body alignment and postural issues. Most exercise and health professionals can help identify these issues and guide you on how to correct them. Are you still sitting up straight? My challenge to my clients and everyone is to take their posture seriously long term. Good posture is fundamental to a well functioning, healthy, happy body. So, don’t just sit tall for the next few minutes, hour or day — make it a lifelong endeavor!
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Redmond Central Connector draws attention for smart design
The Redmond Central Connector has been nominated as a leading project in smart city design. Three Innovation Award winners will be highlighted at the inaugural Walkable Washington Symposium and Award Ceremony at 9 a.m. on April 3 at the Elliot Bay Room at Pike Place Market. The half-day symposium, organized by Feet First, is anticipated to bring more than 100 city leaders, planners,
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Secret Keeper Girl show coming to Overlake Christian Church The Crazy Hair Tour — Secret Keeper Girl’s fourth themed tour — is a relationship-building experience for moms and their tween daughters (typically ages 8-12) and will take place at 6:30 p.m. on April 5 at Overlake Christian Church, 9900 Willows Road N.E. in Redmond. For more information, visit www.secretkeepergirl.com.
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elcome to Peters Creek Retirement Community. Peters Creek Retirement Community assisted living options offer personalized assistance, supportive services and compassionate care in a professionally managed, carefully designed, retirement community setting. It’s the perfect alternative for seniors who can no longer live on their own at home, yet don’t need 24-hour, complex medical supervision. Located within minutes of downtown Redmond, Washington, our community is a warm homelike environment, with shopping, including Redmond Town Center, Microsoft, churches, and medical care centers such as Overlake Hospital and Evergreen Hospital. It’s the perfect senior housing facility for families living in Redmond, Kirkland, Bellevue, Woodinville, or Carnation. Our approach provides the ideal solution for seniors who need some help with daily activities, such as bathing, dressing and medication reminders. We focus on wellness and keeping residents as independent as possible by providing a tailored plan of assistance. Our residents enjoy beautifully appointed living spaces, delicious meals, engaging social activities, transportation, and personalized assistance and care. It’s the assistance seniors need with all of the independence they want.