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Whidbey Crosswind The Puget Sound Veterans’ Monthly | July 2017

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Seanotes bring Big Band music to Whidbey z pg. 2

A supplement to the Whidbey News-Times


MUSIC to their ears Seanotes Big Band swings its way into Oak Harbor fame By DANIEL WARN


Valetta Faye belts out “Summertime” on June 24 at the Elks Lodge in Oak Harbor, accompanying the Seanotes Big Band’s performance.

he swing music and dancing would have been just as comfortable at a smoky, 1940s officers’ gala at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island as it was at the Oak Harbor Elks Lodge, where the Seanotes Big Band played June 17. And like the base, the Seanotes

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Three trumpets and a trombone fill out the second row of the Seanotes Big Band’s brass ensemble at a performance June 17 at the Elks Lodge in Oak Harbor. have become a fixture in Oak personal fill the ranks of the tradi- manding officer of the base was like Harbor, with the band’s 27-year tional big-band ensemble. being the mayor’s counterpart in history culminating in playing the Most notably, trombone player Oak Harbor. Oak Harbor Music Festival last year, Dave Williams was the command“The mayor is the C.O. of the where it will again be featured Labor ing officer of NAS Whidbey Island city and the C.O. is the mayor of the Day weekend. from 1986 to 1988. base,” he said. Yet the band can’t seem to shake a certain association with the base, an association seen most clearly in the band’s membership. During Bruce Seltveit’s 21 years directing the Seanotes, he has seen many veterans and retired military

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“Becoming the C.O. of the air station was a dream come true for me,” Williams said, adding that after spending some time on Whidbey in his early service days, he “spent his entire career trying to get back.”

After retiring, Williams said, he had always promised himself he was going to buy a trombone and join a community band, just like when he first played the instrument back in

Williams said that being the com-


UPCOMING SEANOTES PERFORMANCES: Aug. 19: Hydros for Heroes Sept. 1-3: Oak Harbor Music Festival Sept. 16: Oak Harbor Elks Lodge Oct. 7: Oak Harbor Elks Lodge Nov. 18: Oak Harbor Elks Lodge

Seanotes FROM PAGE 2 grade school. The Seanotes fit that bill. “When I first joined the band, we were just a group of people that got together in the back of the Knights of Columbus playing for the fun of it,” Williams said. “We didn’t expect it to see the light of day.”

The Seanotes’ saxophone line provides the melody for dancers to swing to June 17 at the Elks Lodge in Oak Harbor.

But as the group practiced, it grew in skill, Williams said, noting his astonishment and pride that the band plays its own gigs now. And according to Seltveit, swing music’s renewed popularity has helped the band swing into success. “Swing seems to have a surge back and forth in popularity,” Seltveit said. “It has its pendulum, and it’s starting to swing back again — we’re starting to get popular again.” Williams said he considers it a pure joy that he has been able to help the Seanotes share the gift of swing with Oak Harbor over the past 25 years of his membership. “A lot of people have come

and gone, both service-members and civilians, but thankfully a lot of people have stayed,” Williams said. “The Seanotes have made it possible for decades of musicians to realize the dream of making the big-band music that we so much enjoy.” The Seanotes Big Band’s next performance will be held at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 15, at Oak Harbor Elks Lodge, 155 NE Ernst St.. There will be a cover charge of $10 to pay the venue and provide refreshments. For more information about the Seanotes Big Band, visit



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enjoyed it, because I’ve been going to Fort Casey for years and there’s always all these old pictures,” Garsten said. “It was definitely a different experience being able to look at all of these old blueprints and kind of have to decipher what it was.” Longtime volunteer Dick Malone, who accepted the ammo cart on behalf of Fort Casey, said the project was just the latest in a long line of excellent work the high school kids have been involved with.


Oak Harbor High School metalworking students completed a replica of a turn-of-the-century ammo truck and donated the fabrication to Fort Casey this spring. Four of Jerry Mumper’s metal fabrication students completed the project over the past two and a half years. They are Joshua Garsten, projected class of 2018; Alan Aebersold, class of 2017; Sam Zook, class of 2017; and Kai Ahner, class of 2015. The students worked with a photocopy of the original 1896 plans and managed to use the blueprints to build a near-exact version of the truck. The only snag was that some details in the plans were illegible and had to be improvised. Mumper said the students showed ingenuity by cross-refer-

“This four wheel truck was used to move the 617 pound 10-foot projectiles into position for loading into the Disappearing Carriage guns,” Malone said, highlighting the historical context of the fabrication.

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From left: Dick Malone, Jerry Mumper, Alan Aebersold and Sam Zook show off the 1896 ammo truck that Mumper’s metalworking students fabricated and presented to Malone and Camp Casey this spring. encing the parts of the blueprints that didn’t make any sense with a series of old photographs. The way forward was often plagued with detours, but the students just kept on trucking,

Mumper said, completing every inch of the project from scratch.

cut it and bend it three, four times to get it right.”

“The kids did everything from start to finish with raw material,” Mumper said. “They cut and bent the forms — sometimes they had to

Garsten said working with the century-old plans proved to be quite a challenge.



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