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Council committee OKs neighborhood traffic calming funds BY STEVE HUNTER email@example.com
A Kent City Council committee unanimously approved funding on Monday for three neighbor-
hood traffic calming programs. The action comes just a month after the council had cut the projects from receiving business and occupation (B&O) tax revenue. But city staff discovered that
the street operating fund had more money in it than expected, enough to cover the $250,000 needed to install traffic circles to slow traffic in one neighborhood and speed bumps in the other
two. Work is expected to begin this summer and be finished by the start of school in the fall. Council President Dana Ralph asked staff at the Public Works Committee meeting where the
$250,000 came from. “I checked with our finance department on that question,” Public Works Director Tim LaPorte said. [ more FUNDS page 4 ]
City to install new turf in summer at Wilson Playfields BY STEVE HUNTER firstname.lastname@example.org
The city of Kent this summer will install $1.7 million worth of new synthetic turf on the popular Wilson Playfields baseball, softball and soccer complex. The City Council voted 5-2 on April 1 to approve the contract to replace the turf at the complex along 132nd Avenue Southeast. City officials will close the park May 12 to install FieldTurf and reopen it in August. Council members Bill Boyce and Les Thomas voted against the motion after longtime Kent resident Brad Martin, a representative of Sprinturf, testified during public comment at the
SONG, DANCE FOR HOPE With its genuine appeal, accompanied by music and dance – an energetic fusion of contemporary gospel and traditional African rhythm – the globally acclaimed Watoto Children’s Choirs performed at Kent’s First Christian Church last Saturday. The Ugandan-based choir is completing a six-month U.S tour,
council meeting that the city will pay as much as $200,000 more by going with FieldTurf. “I would simply like to contend that the Parks Committee decision to procure FieldTurf through a buying co-op without soliciting other prices from competing manufacturers, including Sprinturf, is a colossal mistake and will potentially result in spending as much as $200,000 more in taxpayer money than is necessary for this turf replacement,” Martin said. The council’s Parks Committee approved the FieldTurf agreement 3-0 prior to the full council vote. [ more PLAYFIELDS page 4 ]
School board seeks public input on program restoration spreading the message of hope and understanding. The choir acts as Watoto ambassadors to raise awareness about the plight of the orphaned and vulnerable children of Africa. MARK KLAAS, Kent Reporter
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If you want to have input into how the Kent School District will spend your tax dollars, now is the time. The school board has created open forums for public input into what programs to restore over the next several
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In support of education in Western Washington, BECU has awarded community grants to 46 local schools. This year marks the 13th year that BECU has awarded over $100,000 in community grants to support education projects that help promote student excellence. Of this money, $10,798 went to Kent schools. ... Kent School District was awarded $492,525 in Race to the Top grants this year to support teacher training in STEM. The district is partnering with the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy’s Problem-Based Learning Network (IMSAPBLN) to provide professional development to 128 teachers. The grant also supports teachers to develop a district “library” of exemplary Problem-Based Learning units that have been field tested and revised by trained teachers. The Kent School District is providing students at Kent-Meridian High School and Mill Creek Middle School with a taste of future technology careers through its Kent Technology Academy. The program integrates STEM education for grades six through 12, often supported by partnerships with Microsoft, Boeing and other technology companies. ... Kent’s Sophia Wagner, an Auburn Mountainview senior, has been named one of more than 3,000 candidates for the U.S. Presidential program. Candidates were elected from nearly 3.4 million students who are expected to graduate from U.S. high schools this spring.
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King County Flood Control District approves Green River levee agreement with Kent FOR THE REPORTER
GOOD FRIDAY HOPE FOR HOMELESSNESS WALK KentHOPE invites the public for a Good Friday Journey to the Cross at 1:30 p.m. on April 18. The walk will include prayer stations with pastors and congregations leading scripture readings. The walk will begin in Kaibara Park on First Avenue between West Smith and West Meeker. The walk will continue to City Hall, followed by a site location under consideration for a 24-hour center and shelter, and finally, end at Kaibara Park. KentHOPE is organizing the walk to show concern for the homeless and to bring attention to the three years of effort to establish the KentHOPE Resource Center, a 24-hour resource center and shelter in Kent. Kaibara Park is just south of the Kent Metro Station. Carpooling and public transportation are encouraged. The Kent Station Parking Garage is within walking distance. For more information, visit www.kenthope.org.
SPRINGING Mack Basil, of Kent, takes a jump off a concrete feature at the Arbor Heights 360 Park in Kent during one of the beginning days of spring. Basil was among a dozens of skaters and bikers who hit the park for the first warm, sunny day after months of rain made the park unusable. ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter
[ HEARINGS from page 1 ] â€˘Â April 16, 7 to 8:30 p.m., Kent-Meridian High School cafeteria, 10020 SE 256th St. â€˘Â April 22, 7 to 8:30 p.m., Kentwood gymnasium, 25800 164th Ave. SE, Covington. The district has seven programs and a single policy up for discussion. These include adding staff such as librarians, technology specialists and counselors to the tune of $4.43 million. Additional ideas included restoring middle school
baseball and fastpitch programs and implementing the Advancement Via Individual Determination program for high schools. The board also faces a policy decision on whether to drop the districtâ€™s â€œpay to playâ€? requirement for high school sports. Opening up athletics to all students would cost $267,000, but it also could improve teams and allow more low-income students to participate. All said and done, the district could potentially spend $6 million on pro-
gram restorations out of the potential $8 million it will collect through the levy. The programs will need to be phased in over several years to avoid eating up all of the levy funds at once, said Richard Stedry, chief business officer for the school district. According to Stedry, taxpayer-approved additional dollars available for program restorations will be limited to between $3 and $4 million per year. Chris Loftis, school district spokesman, added:
The King County Flood Control District Board of Supervisors gave its unanimous support to an interlocal agreement (ILA) with the city of Kent that will expand the work being done on the Green Riverâ€™s Russell Road Upper levee, the series of levees that protect the Kent Valley. â€œThe Kent Valley is an important economic engine for our region,â€? said Reagan Dunn, chairman of the Flood Control District that is overseen by the Metropolitan King County Council, in a March 31 county media release. â€œThis project is illustrative of the proactive role the Flood District is taking to protect areas across King County from flood risks.â€? The resolution adopted
â€œIt has to be sequenced, not just financially but on a programmatic level as well,â€? he said. â€œIf you reinstate fifth-grade band and strings, do you do that in all 27 schools? Do you do that in only schools that donâ€™t have the resources now? Every school has a slightly different configuration.â€? The board also will be using a survey tool to gather input. The district will
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by the board revises the ILA to re-set the project scope to cover the north and south reaches (sections) of the Russell Road Upper Levee between river miles 19.25 and 20.4 and increases the maximum budget to $3.7 million for the improvement to the reaches. â€œThis is an important step forward to protect jobs and the economy in the Kent Valley,â€? said Supervisor Dave Upthegrove, who represents the Kent Valley on the Flood District. The Russell Road Upper levee is part of a system of levees originally built to provide flood risk reduction to farmland in the Kent Valley. These now aging levees are protecting $2.8 billion worth of urban structures and contents.
distribute an electronic and written survey to various stakeholders in the community â€“ teachers, support staff, parents, students and other groups â€“ so they can rank the potential ideas as well as add their own. The electronic survey will link keywords for ideas and aggregate them to provide the district with a clearer view of what constituents suggest.
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 April 11, 2014 Kent will buy the turf through the King County Directors Association (KCDA), a purchasing cooperative that the city has been a member of since 1982. Parks Director Jeff Watling told the council putting a project out to bid isn’t always the best way to go. “A typical bid-type process presents some significant tradeoffs because how you define value in the product you’re getting is not
necessarily attributed to just the lowest cost,” Watling said. “The recommendation at Parks Committee is we recommended acquiring FieldTurf. We feel it is the best combination of price, quality, durability and reliability. We respect there are likely difference of opinions out there.” Watling said other cities as well as school districts have used the KCDA co-op to purchase items. KCDA bids products and co-op members can purchase off the bid.
KCDA has a current contract with FieldTurf. Other jurisdictions have had problems with Sprinturf, Watling said. “Why we are recommending to go with a product that perhaps is perhaps a little bit more expensive is in terms of consistency of installation and what we’ve heard from local jurisdictions about how Sprinturf was installed and other things, we felt as a critical investment for this community the additional dollars
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it might cost to go with FieldTurf will pay dividends in the 10 to 12 year life of this turf,” Watling said. Thomas and Boyce weren’t persuaded that one company was much better than the other. “Sometimes we get into these really difficult decisions where you have apples and oranges,” Thomas said. “But here I see two apples. Everything is the same except price. So from my standpoint, I have to go with price.” Councilwoman Debo-
rah Ranniger said she had confidence the parks staff made the right decision with FieldTurf. “Wilson Playfields is a high-impact field as we get hundreds of teams on there during the season and we really need to have a turf that’s going to last and really be durable,” Ranniger said. “I’m comfortable moving forward with this particular product because I think it will serve the test of time and hold up under the wear and tear and abuse it’s go-
ing to get from our highly popular programs.” The council in December approved an additional $500,000 in the 2014 budget to help fund the turf replacement at Wilson Playfields. City officials will use another $800,000 for the field from the real estate excise tax and carryover money from previous years. The rest of the money will come from delaying improvements at other parks. Watling said all of the turf at the field will be replaced.
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LaPorte said the city didn’t spend about $78,000 of the street tree fund, which totals about $250,000 per year. Tom Brubaker, interim chief administrative officer, added that the 2013 budget came in stronger than anticipated. “The 2013 budget came in with a large enough reserve so that we can deduct the $250,000 from that reserve (for the neighborhood traffic projects) and still have a sufficient reserve in place to carry over to start the 2014 fiscal year,” Brubaker said. “At the advice of our finance director, our reserves are still in very good shape even if we pull this $250,000 out.” The council advised staff to try to find funds for the traffic calming projects after the council decided March 4 to remove the projects from
a street repair list funded by the B&O tax. “The intention of that B&O from the council was always to do maintenance and work needed to be done on preservation projects,” Ralph said. “It was not part of that original plan to have traffic calming devices. I think some of the confusion came from public works (staff) presented us with a menu of options of projects that needed to be done not necessarily the projects that were all related to the original intent of the B&O. “It is the intent of this council to make our neighborhoods safer. And this is not found money by any stretch of the imagination. It was conservative budgeting and conservative spending that allowed us to pull the funds together to pay for these projects.”
“There are a couple of reasons. One is our income is slightly higher than expected because of (state) gas tax revenue and other dedicated sources that go to our street operating fund. The second reason is we were able to close the books for 2013 and we had more money than what we expected.” Ralph said she talked earlier on Monday with Paula Barry, interim city finance director, and found out a similar answer. “It’s my understanding our money from the fuel tax and utility tax both came in over budget,” Ralph said. “And there were a few projects that came in under the money allocated or were not done. The last one was $78,000 under budget from the street tree maintenance program.”
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OQ U O T E O F N O T E : “It is the intent of this council to make our neighborhoods safer. And this is not found money by any stretch of the imagination.” – Kent City Council President Dana Ralph, on funding for three neighborhood traffic calming programs.
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Keith Beach thinks of his daughter every day, a beautiful girl who was killed in a car accident nearly 23 years ago. Jennifer Beach was an honors student at Redmond High School, a compassionate teen who was active at her church and in her community. Although she had a love and a flare for fashion design and merchandising, she had plans to pursue a career in law. She hoped to become the voice for those in social situations, especially those who needed urgent help. That plea came early. One young girl, her shoulders badly bruised, caught Jennifer’s attention. Suspecting child abuse, she contacted authorities but was told that little could be done unless the abuser was caught “in the act” or more evidence surfaced beyond mere marks and contusions. Frustrated, Jennifer wrote a cathartic poem about the little girl to meet an English assignment. That poem, “Bruised Inside & Out,” soon was published, distributed to school counseling offices and shared among agencies and others determined to stop domestic violence. It was from his daughter’s inspirational poem that ultimately persuaded Keith Beach to follow his heart and discover a renewed purpose in life – helping others help themselves. He established a not-for-profit foundation that bears his daughter’s name in 2001. Four years later, Keith Beach left a promotion and the corporate world to help shape the Jennifer Beach Foundation into what it is today – a community-based advocacy agency providing direct services to those caught in the throes of child abuse and domestic violence. The foundation, with a new home in Kent, provides education, support and assistance to the greater community, including King and Pierce counties, for those, young and old, entangled in abusive situations.
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City would be foolish to ban marijuana sales I admire the mayor and certain members of the City Council for their quixotic efforts to eliminate marijuana from the city of Kent. Having made it difficult for patients whose suffering would be relived by their prescriptions, they now propose to ban any regulated legal retail sales within the city limits as well. I would suggest that we put the issue to a vote, but we already have, and retail sales won. Kudos for usurping democracy and the will of the people. However, it is my understanding that a primary mission of the council is to promote new businesses. We have an opportunity here to open several, with a ready market sure to succeed. But Kent would rather not have these jobs, nor the B&O taxes, nor the rent of retail space, nor the related auxiliary business, sending this legal revenue to neighboring municipalities. Toward what end? Today as I walked through the streets of downtown I saw posters for a wine walk event endorsed by the city, so it can’t be to protect the citizens from recreational drug use. I remember how earnestly (former) Mayor Jim White attempted to prevent the opening of a gay bar downtown. The bar opened anyway, and from the first day until the last when its doors closed of their own volition, not one proph-
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ecy of doom was fulfilled. Within a few short years Kent will again realize how foolish it has been on the issue of marijuana, so I propose an alternative slogan for the city. Instead of Bringing the World Home, I would suggest, Behind the Curve in the Green River, and perhaps as an official bird of the city, an ostrich, with its head in the sand. – Marshall Dunlap
Selling the par 3 golf course is a big mistake The reasons for selling are the same reasons for keeping the par 3. The money from the par 3 will soon be gone, then what valuable asset will Kent then sell? The par 3 sits on the Green River with stunning views of Mount Rainier. Do we need a better reason for keeping it?
The City Council should be working for the community, not developers. Let’s make the Riverbend Golf Complex part of the park system and protect a beautiful area for the citizens and future residents. Kent does not need an (18-hole) golf course. We have more than enough of them without it, even if it is such a (financial) loser. That is something Kent could sell rather than a slogan. – Robert Sjolin
Services remain budget victims Some of you have asked why I voted no on Prop 1 (to fund Metro Transit and roads). I have many reasons. One is: why is it when cutting the budget, only services that benefit people get cut? Education. School lunches. Art. Mental health. Children services. Parks. Music in school. Transit. Work program. Child care. 911 services. Ambulances. Police and fire. You get the idea. Every state I have lived in cut these programs first. Is it that we, as humans care about humans, will pay to see these services not be cut? Do our elected officials know our weakness and take advantage of our compassions? And target these programs? And when the economy picks up, the taxes will stay. No sunset on these babies. And still Boeing and Microsoft get a free ride. Does this seem fair to you? – Jodi Riker
 April 11, 2014 [ KLAAS from page 5 ] Jennifer died at age 17 shortly after she wrote the poem, but its powerful message lives on, reaching others who may be involved in abusive situations and helping organizations raise funds to deal with child
www.kentreporter.com abuse and domestic violence matters. â€œHopefully we could touch some other lives â€Ś maybe other kids who are experiencing similar things,â€? Keith Beach said of his daughterâ€™s poem. â€œIf, in any way, it would help them see that they are not alone
...obituaries Eugenie â€œJennyâ€? L. Cuthbertson Jenny was born January 31, 1933 in Germany and passed away March 5, 2014 in Kent,WA. She is survived by her three daughters, Jeanette Morgan (Dave), her granddaughters, Tashiana Morgan & Carissa Beaton (Mark) and great grandson, Kyle Beaton; daughter, Andree Baumann and daughter, Gail Wilkins. Memorial Service to be held 1pm, Sunday, April 27, 2014 at Family of Grace Lutheran Church, 31317 124th Ave SE, Auburn, WA 98092. Please see the full obituary at www.edwardsmemorial.com.
in whatâ€™s going on. If that helps them reach out to a teacher, to a grandparent, to somebody, to share their story, maybe it could lead to them and others getting some help.â€? Keith Beach is a good man doing difficult work. It means long hours, major networking, frequent fundraising and relentlessly helping others solve crises. To make it all work, his agency has found its niche over the years, fitting into the DV landscape that includes many supporters and partners, city task forces and organizations, all working together for essentially the same thing â€“ to respond, treat and prevent child abuse and domestic violence.
The problem is big, the need for help great. Keith Beach and his foundation are making a difference, using a practical touch and a variety of programs and services to help children, teens and adults. â€œWhen they leave here thereâ€™s something they can take with them, something practical that they can start using,â€? he said of his foundationâ€™s methods to heal. To illustrate its reach and adaptability, the foundation is offering Kidâ€™s Club classes at a confidential location in South King County. The goal of the 10-week program â€“ designed to help children who have been raised in a domestic violent environ-
Share your time and talent The Jennifer Beach Foundation needs volunteers to provide assistance to victims of child abuse and domestic violence. Anyone with general clerical experience, fundraising, volunteer coordinating, computer skills and other areas of expertise are greatly appreciated. To inquire or to learn more about the foundation, call 253-833-5366 or visit jnbfoundation.org.
ment â€“ is to decrease a childâ€™s sense of isolation and teach skills that will help them break the cycle of violence that they could perpetuate if they arenâ€™t helped. Parents also gain a better understanding of the impact of domestic violence on their children and find ways to talk and listen to their children about their
experiences. The programs and services are working. Good results are fulfilling. The foundation continues to make a difference in a tough business. â€œItâ€™s really a cool thing, something that Jennifer started,â€? Keith Beach said. â€œItâ€™s turned out to be real rewarding in many ways.â€?
Rusanne Lea Hyland Rusanne Lea Hyland, 67, died at her home in Auburn,WA, on March 24, 2014. Rusanne was born December 7, 1946, in Yakima, WA, to Almaria Fern (Wulff) and James Russell Hyland. She attended college at Central Washington State College in Ellensburg, graduating with a Bachelorâ€™s Degree and her teaching certificate in 1969. During her 33-year teaching career, she mentored many young teachers, traveled to England on a teaching exchange and taught reading and math curricula to her colleagues around the Kent School District. A celebration of her life will be held at 1 pm on April 12 at First Christian Church of Kent, 11717 SE 240th St, Kent WA 98064. Personal memories may be posted to Rusanneâ€™s on-line guest book at www.yahnandson.com. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Rusanne L. Hyland Memorial Scholarship, c/o Green River Community College Foundation, 12401 SE 320th St., Auburn. WA, (www.greenriver.edu/aboutus/foundation.htm) or to the Pediatric Interim Care Center, 328 4th Ave. S., Kent, WA 98032 (www.picc.net). 1029268
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Man arrested after falling through a Kent roof looking for a place to sleep BY STEVE HUNTER
Obstructing Officers arrested a man for investigation of obstructing a public officer after he reportedly ran from police at about 12:43 a.m. March 30 in the 200 block of West Crowe Street. A 911 caller reported that a man refused to leave a location and was associated with a white station wagon, according to the police report. An officer saw the car and activated his emergency lights after the driver ran a stop sign. The vehicle headed northbound on Second Avenue South at a high rate of speed, turned eastbound on West Saar Street and then onto First Avenue
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degree assault after he reportedly put a chokehold on his girlfriend during a dispute at about 1 a.m. March 29 inside a recreational vehicle parked at a self storage complex in the 8800 block of South 228th Street. Witnesses called 911 to report a man and a woman arguing inside an RV, according to the police report. The woman said she had
Kent Police arrested a man for investigation of malicious mischief after he fell through the roof of a house onto a porch. The man told officers that he didn’t know anyone who lived in the home in the 300 block of Alder Lane and he was “only looking for a place to sleep,” according to the police report. The incident started at about 6:29 p.m. April 1 when a witness called 911 to report a man trying to get into a Jeep parked and unoccupied in the 1300 block of South Central Avenue. The witness said the man became frustrated when the doors wouldn’t open. Officers responded to the call and saw the man trying to open doors at a house along Alder Lane. Police eventually caught the man in the yard of the home. Police asked the man if had been using meth and he said he was coming down from a high. When asked why he tried to break into the vehicle, the man said he did it so he could sleep in the Jeep. Officers than asked him if he knew it was illegal to enter a vehicle that wasn’t his. “Yeah, I know, so what,” the man said.
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Events Southeast King County Coalition Against Trafficking (SEKCAT): 7 p.m. April 15, Kent Senior Center, Room 8, 600 E Smith St. SEKCAT is a division of Washington Engage, a nonprofit, grassroots organization, dedicated to stopping human trafficking in the Southeast King County area, including Auburn, Kent, Renton, Covington and Maple Valley. New members are welcome. For more information, contact Linda at 253-630-4204 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Budget Restoration Public Hearings: 7-8:30 p.m. April 16, Kent-Meridian cafeteria, 10020 SE 256th St.; 7-8:30 p.m. April 22, Kentwood gymnasium, 25800 164th Ave. SE, Covington. The Kent School District Board of Directors seeks public input on what programs to restored by virtue of the voter-approved levy. Board also will be using a survey tool. Survey results and findings from each of the public hearings will be among the many important factors considered by the board in making budget decisions.
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Sound Transit hosts neighborhood drop-in session: Noon-2 p.m. April 17, Lowe’s, 24050 Pacific Highway S. Meeting gives the public a chance to hear about alternatives for extending light rail service from SeaTac to Federal Way. For more information on the Federal Way Link Extension, please go to soundtransit.org/FWextension.
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Spring Fling Celebration: 9 a.m.-noon, April 12, Lake Fenwick Estates, 24849 46th Ave. S., Kent. Join the community for an egg hunt, food and photos with the Easter Bunny. For more information, call 253-8599090 or www.lakefenwickapts.com Eggstravaganza: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. April 19, French Field Stadium, Kent-Meridian High School, 10020 SE 256th St. Vendors, games, food and fun for the family. Free. Visit www. souldoutkent.org for more information. Easter egg hunt, scavenger hunt: 10 a.m.-noon, April 19, Kent Station shopping center, 417 Ramsay Way. The scavenger hunt for kids ages 7-12 is from 10 a.m. to noon. Pick up the first clue on the fountain stage in the plaza. The egg hunt for children ages 6 and younger goes from 10:30-11:30 a.m. on the lawn in front of Coldstone Creamery. Eggs are filled with candy, temporary tattoos, small toys and special offers from Kent Station merchants. Other free activities include face painting and coloring. For more info, visit kentstation. com. Kent Station’s Easter Egg Hunt is sponsored in part by MultiCare of Kent. For more information, visit www.kentstation.com or contact Cynthia Tanis at 253-856-2301. Egg Hunt: 10:30 a.m. April 19, Riverview Community Church, 4135 S. 216th St., Kent. More than 10,000 eggs, popcorn, cotton candy, carnival bouncer, 18-foot inflatable slide, pictures with the Easter Bunny and face painting. Free. For children up to fifth grade. For more information, call 253-8728881, email email@example.com or visit www.rcckent.org.
Benefits Computer Recycling Event: 9 a.m.4 p.m. April 19, Meridian Elementary School,25621 140th Ave. SE, Kent. Items
Got an event? firstname.lastname@example.org or post online at www.kentreporter.com being accepted: computers, monitors, printers, faxes; washer/dryers, refrigerators, water heaters; TVs, VCR’s, DVDs. Event is free. Sponsored by Meridian Elementary PTSA, which appreciates and accepts any donations. Proceeds from the recycled raw materials fund operations and benefit local charities, homeless shelters and food banks. For info, visit www.meridianelemptsa.org.
Health April Pools: 2-4 p.m. April 12, Kent-Meridian Pool, 25316 101st Ave. SE, Kent. Families can enjoy time at the pool where they will learn proper lifejacket fitting and use, drowning prevention strategies and rescue techniques in case of a water emergency. Free swim time and games.
Entertainment “A Little Princess” Theater Production: 1 and 6 p.m. April 12, Faith Church Auditorium, 25636 140th Ave. SE, Kent. The Garden Christian Co-op presents a theatrical production for the family. $3 suggested donation. Tickets available at the door. For more information, contact Laura Belvin at 253-874-0308 or Sbelvin@aol.com. Spring Prom: 7:30-9:30 p.m. April 15, Kent Senior Activity Center, ballroom, 600 E. Smith St. Stafford Suites hosts its second community dance, a fundraiser for the Kent senior lunch program. Hors d’oeuvres starts at 7; desserts served during a break from 8:15 to 8:30. Andy Burnett provides ballroom dance music. Tickets are available for any size lunch donation at the senior center. Tickets also available calling 253-856-5150 and making a donation by Visa/MasterCard.
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ROCKETS TOPPLE T-BIRDS IN WHL PLAYOFFS The Kelowna Rockets defeated the Seattle Thunderbirds 5-4 Tuesday night in front of a crowd of 5,029 at the ShoWare Center to take a commanding 3-0 lead in their best-of-seven, second-round Western Hockey League playoff series. The T-Birds played Kelowna in Game 4 on Wednesday night at the ShoWare Center. Results were unavailable at press time. If Seattle won, it plays Game 5 on Friday night at Kelowna. Taran Kozun and Jordon Cooke faced 32 shots in the game. Kozun stopped 27 for Seattle, getting the loss to even his playoff record at 4-4. Cooke is now 7-1 in the playoffs this season after stopping 28 shots. The Rockets took a 2-0 lead in the first period and never relinquished it. Ryan Olsen scored on a power play at 19:39. Tyrell Goulbourne skated untouched down the wing after a Seattle defender lost his footing and let loose a shot from the left faceoff circle that made it past Kozun. Seattle scored on its first shot of the second period, coming at 4:12. Ethan Bear ripped a slap shot as he attempted to keep the puck in the zone. The puck trickled through Cooke’s pads for the T-Birds’ first goal of the night.
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From the moment a pole vaulter plants his pole, he has a mere matter of seconds to pull himself upside down, corkscrew his body away from the pole, and push off to launch himself over the bar. It’s demanding enough for college students and Olympians, but some talented high schoolers such as Kentridge High School’s Jake Philpott and Brad Foster also pick up the poles each year to compete in one of the most unique track and field events. Philpott, a junior, and Foster, a senior, are leading pole vaulters for the Chargers. Foster has a 12 feet, 6 inches personal record, and Philpott set school records in his freshman (11-9) and sophomore (13-3) years. He has cleared 13-6 so far this year, sixth best in 4A state this season. Both placed in the top 16 in the 2013 state championship meet. “Jake’s always been incredibly good at pole vault,” says Foster. “I started and I was barely making opening height freshman year. He just caught on to it super fast. I remember we were always jealous as sophomores because he was always vaulting higher than us.” Foster performed as a jumper for track programs
Kentridge’s Brad Foster, left, and Jake Philpott each placed in the top 16 in the WIAA Class 4A state championships last year. Philpott has set several school records. ROSS COYLE, Kent Reporter since fifth grade, but got into pole vault because many of his friends also were trying the event. Four years later and he’s the last one remaining as a vaulter. Philpott has been vaulting for only three years, but has serious competitive chops. He first got into vaulting when coach Al Waltner, who pole vaulted at the University of Washington in the late 1970s, encouraged new team members to consider it. Philpott gave it a try and found he had a natural talent for the event, setting a freshman school record.
K-M softball seeks elusive victories BY ROSS COYLE email@example.com
The Kent-Meridian High School Royals haven’t won a single fastpitch softball game in four years, but coach Jennifer England hopes to buck that trend. England has tempered expectations for her young varsity team, which includes five freshmen and two sophomores, and only one junior and four seniors for leadership. England, in her second year with
“I had no idea what to expect from pole vaulting my freshman year,” Philpott says. “Waltner told me what the record was and I didn’t expect myself to actually do it, but then I ended up doing it and it was incredibly cool.” Pole vaulting is a challenging and highly coordinated sport for a high school student, and it carries a series of mental and physical challenges different from most other track and field events. Foster says that his biggest challenge this season is ironing out his form.
the Royals, faces an uphill battle to break Kent-Meridian’s losing streak. It comes, she says, from a number of different factors that are characteristic of Kent-Meridian’s location. This is her first job coaching high school players, but she has been involved in softball for more than a decade, including three years at Kentridge from 1993 to 1995. “I thought it would be fun to take a team that would be struggling and see what I could do with them,” she says, “because there’s not a lot of pressure to win.” Without the pressure of a hugely successful program to take over, England has been able to instead
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Kent Little League doesn’t really exist for softball, so it makes it hard for them to go play. Neither of the middle schools in Kent do baseball or softball, which Auburn does.” To help fight the experience gap, England opted to eliminate her junior varsity team and pool all her best players into the varsity squad. She hopes that by doing this she’ll have more time to develop freshmen and sophomore players to be competitive by the time they reach their senior years. Of these newcomers to the varsity team, England sees potential in sophomore center fielder Lacey Williamson.
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“I think the hardest part is if you’re having an off day and your mentality is kind of off and you’re not getting to the pit,” says Philpott. “If the pole is just not rotating, you’re getting put back on the track.” Getting outside of those head games is crucial during competition. Sometimes it requires the athletes to drop down to a smaller pole that will guarantee them the height they need. “Once you make the first bar, you feel pretty confident and it just carries with you throughout the whole meet,” says Philpott. Foster has made refining his technique the primary goal for this season. “Right now I kind of muscle it up the pole,” he says, “but I need to get more disciplined in the techniques I use.” When many high schoolers start, they use the pole to fling themselves over the bar, but professional technique requires much more discipline. A vaulter must also swing his body up and simultaneously torque it to get as high as possible. “For me right now it’s more learning the form,” Foster says. In addition to pole vaulting, Philpott is a wrestler and running back. “Track’s my favorite sport out of all of them that I do, I just enjoy it,” he says.
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The pole must be planted perfectly. The vaulter must wait until just the precise split second to swing himself up, push off the pole and clear the bar. It’s a combination of precise timing, raw athleticism and confidence. “You gotta be confident, because if you’re not confident the pole will spit you right back onto the runway,” says Foster. While Foster says his biggest challenge so far is working on his technique, he agrees with Philpott that the mental game is far more challenging.
take her players and build them from the ground up, focusing on the basics of pitching and batting. “My main challenge with Kent Meridian really is that none of them play outside of school, they do it more for fun,” she says. “The division we play in has really competitive players — we’re mostly outmatched.” Her lineup consists of a seniors Cherry Alejo and Salina Boney who she says will provide the stability needed to bring the rest of the team together. Senior catcher Bertha Tulensru rounds out the upper class talent. “These are kids that only play for school,” England says. “And
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A berry good place to start Don’t like beans, spinach or even tomatoes? Many kids and some adults prefer berries over Brussels sprouts. The first rule of home farming is to grow what you love to eat – then harvesting will always be a joy. Luckily strawberries, blueberries and raspberries grow better here in Western Washington than almost any place else in the world. If you have the room and energy to grow a row of raspberries in the ground, then grow for it. Otherwise, start small and invest in a pot of already planted strawberries. Certain varieties like the compact Tristan strawberries are happy in pots and once you take them home you only need to continue to water. Now, for the most nutrition and the least amount of work – plant blueberries. Not only do blueberries deliver one of nature’s healthiest morsels loved by kids and adults alike, but you only need to plant a blueberry shrub once. A
blueberry plant can produce fruit for more than 50 years of sweet success and healthy harvests. Consider the beautiful but more compact blueberry shrub called “Bountiful Blue.” This new variety does well in a patio pot or as a landscaping shrub. Blueberries love our naturally acid soil and will bear fruit even in partial shade. Herbal renewal Virgin gardeners tend to make the same mistakes – planting in poor soil, not remembering to water and trying to grow food in the shade or partial shade. The easy answer is to grow herbs. Mints will spread – often too enthusiastically – even in dry shade, rosemary, oregano and thyme will produce for years in a sunny rockery and many of the Mediterranean herbs like basil, fennel and thymes adapt and thrive in poor soils. This makes herbs among the most forgiving of plants for first time gardeners especially those that love to cook. A simple way to get started with herbs is to grow a pizza garden – tomatoes and fresh herbs you use to flavor pizza. A sunny spot and well-drained soil is all you really need to begin harvesting basil, oregano and parsley. In a small space, you can group your tomatoes and Mediterranean herbs together into one large container or wooden box. Just don’t set these heat-loving plants into the garden too
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Season Opener vs Tacoma Trauma soon. Wait until the nights are warm in late May or even June. By this summer you’ll have a delicious harvest – just add a pizza crust and a healthy, home grown dinner is served. Spring is all about new beginnings – so jump into the edible revolution. Save money, enjoy better health and beautify your world. Just grow easy at first and, as you taste success, you’ll learn more along the way. 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 more gardening information, she can be reached at her website, www.binettigarden.com.
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Arbor Day is Saturday, April 26 at West Fenwick Park on the West Hill. Volunteers are asked to clear invasive weeds and plant more than 70 ground-cover plants plus one big, beautiful tree. Both events start at 9 a.m. and end at noon, rain or shine. Preregistration is required at KentWA. gov/ComeVolunteer.
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Plantable pots make things easy You no longer need flexible fingertips or wellworked soil to get your garden started. Plantable peat pots are a new green technology that produces locally grown seedlings from a company called Bonnie Plants. You can find the plantable pots and a wide variety of herbs and vegetables in racks at local retail outlets offered at competitive prices that all but guarantee an instant garden. Virgin gardeners won’t miss out on the honeymoon stage of gardening because not only do the larger plants offer a head start in the bed, but the container itself goes directly into the ground and decomposes. There is no shock to the roots and no plastic pot to fill up the landfill. You can even plant the
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Spring fever can strike at any stage in life, but when it comes to learning how to grow your own food, the earlier you catch this fever, the better you’ll feel. First-time farmers or “gardening virgins” can enjoy planting the first seeds of success by avoiding the seeds altogether. Skip ahead and go directly to a potted plant, or plant an already producing blueberry shrub, a pot of strawberries or add some spice by having your pizza delivered from a box – of fresh tomatoes and herbs.
CITY OF KENT PARKS is sponsoring two community volunteer events in April. Earth Day will be celebrated on Saturday, April 19 at Morrill Meadows Park on the East Hill. Between the parking lot and the woods is an area that will look a lot different after volunteers remove invasive blackberry roots and plant 22 trees.
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