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History to march down the streets of Bremerton By JACOB MOORE

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Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend the 71st annual Armed Forces Day Parade on Saturday, May 19 in Bremerton. Sponsored by the Kitsap Credit Union, the event is said by city officials to be the most popular and longest running Armed Forces Day parade in US history. This year’s Armed Forces Day Parade grand marshal honor goes to Adm. James F. Caldwell Jr., who serves as the director of the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program. He is the seventh director of naval reactors since the organization’s formation in 1949. Adm. Caldwell not only graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering, he did so with distinction. From Naval Postgraduate School, he also holds a Master of Science in Operations Research. Locally, Adm. Caldwell commanded Submarine Group 9 in Bangor, according to his US Navy biography. Not to mention, he commanded the USS Jacksonville in Norfolk, Virginia; the Submarine Development Squadron (DEVRON) 12 in New London, Connecticut; and the Submarine Force, US Pacific Fleet, Hawaii. “His sea tours include service in both the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets,” according to the US Navy. “His operational assignments include duty as a division officer on USS Boston (SSN 703), engineering officer on USS Alabama (SSBN 731) (GOLD) and executive officer on USS Buffalo (SSN 715).” In addition to the extensive list of

The Armed Forces Day Parade began after World War II with the idea of honoring Bremerton’s hometown hero, John “Bud” Hawk, who fought in the battle of the Falaise pocket. Hawk passed away in 2013. Photo Courtesy Frank Gentile experiences which Adm. Caldwell holds, he too has many distinguished awards such as the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Distinguished Service Medal and the Naval Submarine League’s Charles A. Lockwood Award for Submarine Professional Excellence. People from all over Washington — and even from out of state — flock to Bremerton every third Saturday of May to celebrate and honor veterans, reserve and active duty military forces such as Adm. Caldwell with a parade. The annual event originally

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and after passing away in 2013, Jackson Park Elementary School in Bremerton was named after Hawk to commemorate his service. But even though Hawk is no longer with us today, his name and memory live on. The annual parade has grown in attendance since its initial years to about 25,000 to 30,000 spectators. This is what makes the event unique, said Gena Wales, president and chief executive officer of the Bremerton Chamber of Commerce. “It doesn’t matter if it’s pouring down rain or sunny, people always See PARADE, Page 8

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Central Lions prepare for taditional breakfast Serving community takes more than flipping flapjacks, scrambling eggs and handing out coffee By JACOB MOORE

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Another year, another annual pancake breakfast to be prepared by the Central Bremerton Lions. Almost nothing has changed for nearly six decades. And that trend will continue May 19 when the Central Bremerton Lions Club serves another one of its wellknown pancake breakfast events just before the Armed Forces Day Parade in Bremerton. Over 1,200 eggs and sausages, about 600 people and too many pancakes to count. That’s what will go down from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. right smack-dab in the middle of 4th St., between the Avenues of Pacific and Washington. And as for the quality, Central Lions President James Lamb said you won’t be disappointed. “I like to tell people we’ve perfected the recipe now that we’ve done it for 56 years,” he said. “The pancakes are so light and fluffy that we have to work to keep them from floating off the grill.” Lamb, who joined the Lions Club in 1976 after his Commanding Officer in the Navy sent him off to be more involved with the community, said he’s probably served at roughly 40 of the pancake breakfast events. This year, he’ll be the assistant to the chairman, meaning he’ll be doing just about everything from handing out coffee and scrambling eggs to flipping pancakes. It can be hectic with 600 people shuffling through. And

Many people line the streets for the annual pancake breakfast on May 20, 2017.  Photo Courtesy Ida Malone just like the parade which proceeds the annual breakfast, it doesn’t matter if it’s raining or sunny, Lamb said. He expects 600 people will be ready for the breakfast to start their day just ahead of the parade. Interestingly enough, the pancake breakfast has been around longer than the Armed Forces Day Parade. Originally called the “Stampede Breakfast,” Central Lions were asked by the Armed Forces Day Parade Committee decades ago to move the event to Armed Forces Day, Lamb said. The concept of serving the community is the same as it has always been, but a partnership was born when the Central Lions moved their event.

That partnership has spurred tradition. Lamb said organization is always a unique challenge with this tradition because “it’s a big project.” That entails using seven grills, a motorhome and preparing the night before. Then, the early-morning setup comes into play. “We [have] to get up at 4 o’clock in the morning to start the coffee pots,” Lamb said. “It takes 100 minutes to brew 100 cups of coffee.” For $5, not only will you be able to grab some grub before the parade, but you might meet local politicians, Lamb said. “It’s an election year, so we’re going to have Derek Kilmer and a number of state officers coming in to pour coffee, greet customers and maybe even flip some flap jacks,” he added. Others that will likely be serving the community include the student ambassadors as well as Miss Kitsap and her court. Other than the annual pancake breakfast, the Central Lions Club is preparing to serve the community in with a few other events this year like the Beep Baseball Game on June 2. “The purpose of this event is to demonstrate to the public that non-sighted people can do amazing things, and to divert people from the idea that they are largely disabled,” according to the Central Lions website. “The Seattle South King Sluggers — a team made up of blind and near-blind athletes will take on a team made up of First Responders from the Kitsap County area. It is a slow pitch softball game where all players except for the pitcher and catcher are blindfolded, and the softball beeps when thrown or hit.”

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Lions name student ambassadors for 2017 By JACOB MOORE

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The Bremerton Central Lions Charitable Foundation named five students — Emily Nguyen, John Michael Olson, Emilee Nicolle Perry, Adelyn Grace Ulehla and Mackenzie Zurbrugg — its 2018 Armed Forces Festival Ambassadors. All of them will ride in the annual parade and be granted a scholarship in recognition of their educational and community involvement. EMILY NGUYEN Emily Nguyen is the daughter of Connie and Giang Nguyen. She has sported a Knights jersey on the tennis court all four years at Bremerton High School. Living in Bremerton, Emily has been a leader in the National Junior Honor Society, the National Honor Society and Key Club. She was also a member of Distributive Education Clubs of America, Rotary Young Leadership Awards Conference and Link Crew. Emily Nguyen Emily was elected Class Treasurer during her junior year and has racked up 460 volunteer hours in community service. She is sponsored by Kitsap Bank. JOHN MICHAEL OLSON John Michael Olson is the son of Carroll and Tim Olson. He lives in Port Orchard and attends South Kitsap High School as well as Olympic College Running Start. He is not only a columnist for the student newspaper at OC, but is Vice President of Public Relations and Communications for the Student Government. John has also been involved in musical productions at Christ the Rock Community Church and sports at SK, where he John Michael Olson was a member of the track and field team. Outside of high school, John was a member of the Puget Sound Swim Club. Rather fittingly, he is sponsored by Olympic College.

EMILEE NICOLLE PERRY The daughter of Heather and William Perry, Emilee Nicolle Perry lives in Bremerton and attends Bremerton High School. She has been involved with the Associated Student Body as Vice President and is currently a member of the National Honor Society. Emilee was also a member of Key Club and Link Crew. Outside of school, she volunteers at Bloodworks Northwest among other activities. She’s also employed at Emilee Nicolle Perry Olympic Educational Service District 114 in the 21st Century Community Learning Center’s Success program as a tutor at Armin Jahr Elementary School. Emilee is sponsored by AMI International. ADELYN GRACE ULEHLA Also sponsored by Olympic College, Adelyn Grace Ulehla is the daughter of Amanda and Derek Ulehla. She lives on Bainbridge Island and attends Bainbridge High School. Not only does Adelyn participate in the Cheerleading Squad — which includes the Spirit Squad — she is involved with the Bainbridge Island Junior Cheer community service organization and the Interact Community Service Club. Adelyn is a member of Adelyn Grace Ulehla the National Honor Society. She participated in the 2016 Society of American Military Engineers and, more specifically, in the Engineering and Construction Camp. As a part-time employee at Island Cool, Adelyn is also an Island Ambassador. Not to mention, she stays busy since she is part of the Feminist Forum, Link Crew and Future Business Leaders of America.

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