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weight loss Eagles fastpitch coach resigns                                                                                                          Tiger Mountain High School                                             graduation
competition after 18-7 season in 4A KingCo                                                                                                          graduates 23 students                                                    section
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                      THE ISSAQUAH PRESS
Locally owned since 1900 • 75 Cents                                                                                                                            Wednesday, June 17, 2009 • Vol. 110, No. 24




Developer defaults on                                                                                                                                                                                        Council
                                                                                                                                                                                                           incumbent
 $11.5 million loan                                                                                                                                                                                        withdraws
  Tiger Mountain land                                                                                                                                                                                          BY WARREN KAGARISE


could go to public auction                                                                                                                                                                                    D a v i d
                                                                                                                                                                                                           K a p p l e r
                                                                                                                                                                                                           announced
   BY WARREN KAGARISE                  by changes to the project design,                                                                                                                                   June 11 he
                                       as well as protests about the                                                                                                                                       would not seek
                                       impact Park Pointe would have on                                                                                                                                    re-election to
  Wellington Park Pointe LLC —         traffic and the environment.                                                                                                                                        the          City
developer of the planned Park            Mayor Ava Frisinger said it                                                                                                                                       Council — less
Pointe community — has failed to       would be inappropriate and possi-                                                                                                                                   than a week
make payments on a loan and            bly counterproductive for city offi-                                                                                                                                after the long-
defaulted on nearly $11.6 million.     cials to discuss the default notice.                                                                                                                                time council-
A default notice issued June 11        Frisinger said Wellington could                                                                                                                                     man filed with         David Kappler
said Wellington did not meet pay-      reach an agreement with the                                                                                                                                         King County
ment deadlines for the loan.           lender before the deadline.                                                                                                                                         Elections      to
  Wellington executives have 30          “Lenders and borrowers often-                                                                                                                                     run for another term. Kappler
days to respond to the notice from     times resolve their differences well                                                                                                                                withdrew his candidacy with the
the lender. If developers are unable   before default sales,” she said.                                                                                                                                    elections office a day before the
to reach an agreement with Regal         Meanwhile, environmental con-                                                                                                                                     withdrawal deadline.
Financial Bank, the land could be      sultants and city planners are in                                                                                                                                      As he announced his intention to
sold at public auction in as few as    the midst of the final environmen-                                                                                                                                  withdraw, Kappler said he plans to
120 days.                              tal impact statement on the Park                                                                                                                                    spend more time with his family
  Park Pointe developers proposed      Pointe proposal. The statement is                                                                                                                                   and take care of his 93-year-old
building hundreds of homes on 67       required before developers can                                                                                                                                      parents in Seattle.
acres of Tiger Mountain near                                                                                                                                                                                  Kappler said his sucessor and
Issaquah High School. But devel-                                                                                                                                                                           other council members would be
opment has been slowed for years                     See DEFAULT, Page A6                                                                                                                                  forced to make tough decisions as
                                                                                                                                                                                                           city officials grapple with the
                                                                                                                                                                                                           recession. Officials cut spending by
                                                                                                                                                                                                           $1.6 million as a result of a $1.5
                                                                                                                                                                                                           million shortfall.


 Voters will decide                                                                                                                                                                                           Despite the downturn, Kappler
                                                                                                                                                                                                           said he wants the next council to
                                                                                                                                                                                                           plan for future transportation proj-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           ects and complete and implement
                                                                                                                                                                                                           the Central Issaquah Plan. The

three school levies
BY CHANTELLE LUSEBRINK                    $3.88 per assessed $1,000 in
                                                                                                                                                                                                           document will outline future devel-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           opment and redevelopment on
                                                                                                                                                                                                           915 acres around Interstate 90.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              “Dealing with the finances is
                                                                                                                                                                                                           going to be the nitty gritty, but I’d
                                       2011                                                                                                                                                                like to see some vision,” he said.
                                          $3.88 per assessed $1,000 in                                                                                                                                        Kappler, first elected to the
  Issaquah School Board members        2012                                                                                                                                                                seven-member council in 1991, is
                                                                                                                                                                                BY ADAM ESCHBACH
unanimously approved presenting           $3.51 per assessed $1,000 in                                                                                                                                     a staunch advocate for environ-
three school funding levies to vot-    2013                                                                                                                                                                mental preservation and a long-
ers in February 2010.                     $3.51 per assessed $1,000 in                                            New school coming                                                                        time member of the Issaquah Alps
  The Issaquah School District’s       2014                                                                                                                                                                Trails Club. He said his post-coun-
proposed package would supple-            Under the proposal, there would             Issaquah High School Associated Student Body Officers Jeremiah Odom, Quinn Gr-                                       cil plans include devoting more
ment its strapped budget with          not be a tax increase nor would the          isham and Bobby Johnson (from left) take a look at the model of the new high school at
more than $212 million by 2014 if      district exceed the tax rate prom-                 the ground breaking ceremony June 11. The three will be seniors this fall.
voters approve it. It is a slightly    ised by district officials in 2006,                                                                                                                                                   See KAPPLER, Page A5
amended package from the one           which was $3.97 per $1,000 of
presented to school board mem-         assessed property, said Jake
bers May 13.                           Kuper, chief of finance and opera-
  The three levies are a
Maintenance and Operations Levy,
a Transportation Levy and a
                                       tions for the district.
                                          The       Maintenance       and
                                       Operations Levy covers the state’s
                                                                                    School computers go on sale                                                    City officials consider
Capital (technology and critical       shortfall for special education,              Need a computer or desk and           5 p.m. June 25 at the May
repairs) Levy.
  For taxpayers, the total estimat-
ed tax for all levies during each
year would be:
                                       teacher salaries, highly capable


                                                       See LEVIES, Page A5
                                                                                   don’t mind if they’re slightly
                                                                                   used?
                                                                                     The Issaquah School District
                                                                                   will have a surplus sale from 3-
                                                                                                                           Valley Service Center, 16430
                                                                                                                           S.E. May Valley Road, Renton.
                                                                                                                             Cash and checks are accept-
                                                                                                                           ed. Call 837-7071.
                                                                                                                                                                    ban on polystyrene
                                                                                                                                                                       BY WARREN KAGARISE                  if the council enacts the ban.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              If enacted, the ban would go into
                                                                                                                                                                                                           effect Jan. 1. The ordinance would

 Hay spill                                                                                                                                                            City officials could ban poly-
                                                                                                                                                                   styrene food containers, ending
                                                                                                                                                                   the use of Styrofoam to-go boxes
                                                                                                                                                                   early next year. A proposed ban
                                                                                                                                                                                                           prohibit the use of polystyrene
                                                                                                                                                                                                           food packaging from food service
                                                                                                                                                                                                           businesses and in city operations,
                                                                                                                                                                                                           according to the legislation.

snarls I-90                                                                                                                                                        under review by officials said the
                                                                                                                                                                   material has limited usefulness,
                                                                                                                                                                   but can linger in landfills for cen-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Instead, officials would encourage
                                                                                                                                                                                                           businesses to use recyclable or
                                                                                                                                                                                                           compostable food containers.

  traffic                                                                                                                                                          turies.
                                                                                                                                                                      Legislation to ban polystyrene
                                                                                                                                                                   food packaging was scheduled to
                                                                                                                                                                   go to the City Council for the first
                                                                                                                                                                                                              The proposed legislation does
                                                                                                                                                                                                           not specify how the ban would be
                                                                                                                                                                                                           enforced. The bill directs city
                                                                                                                                                                                                           staffers to focus on outreach and
BY CHANTELLE LUSEBRINK                                                                                                                                             time June 15, after The Press’          education in the months leading up
                                                                                                                                                                   deadline. Council members were          to the ban.
                                                                                                                                                                   expected to refer the bill to the          Some products — such as
  A truck and trailer lost dozens of                                                                                                                               Council Sustainability Committee        prepackaged soups and foods pur-
bales of hay on Interstate 90 under                                                                                                                                for further discussion. The com-        chased in prepackaged multiple
the Highlands Drive overpass this                                                                                                                                  mittee was set to discuss the bill      quantities — would be exempt
afternoon at 3:11 p.m. causing at                                                                                                                                  June 16. If the committee OKs the       from the ban.
times a half-mile to a mile backup                                                                                                                                 bill, the measure would return to          Polystyrene opponents say food
of rush-hour traffic.                                                                                                                                              the full council for approval, likely   containers made from the material
  The truck and trailer was travel-                                                                                                                                sometime this summer.                   should be banned, because dis-
ing westbound on the freeway in                                                                                                                                       With the proposed ordinance,         carded polystyrene persists as lit-
the center lane when a gold four-                                                                                                                                  officials will consider spending city   ter and in landfills. Recycling facil-
door sedan, driven by a woman                                                                                                                                      money to educate business owners        ities in Washington are not set up
with dark brunette hair, suddenly                                                                                                                                  about the proposed ordinance and        to handle polystyrene.
pulled in front of them.                                                                                                                                           engage them through an outreach            “There are currently no mean-
  “The woman cut over and was                                                                                                                                      campaign.                               ingful ways of recycling poly-
four car lengths in front of us                                                                                                                                       City Resource Conservation           styrene based food packaging and
when she cut over from the left                                                                                                                                    Office Manager David Fujimoto           it must be disposed of as garbage,”
and stopped in front of us, leaving                                                                                                                                said Seattle and Portland have          according to the bill. “Compostable
                                                                                                                                BY KATHLEEN R. MERRILL             similar polystyrene bans. He said
                                                                                                                                                                   city officials would work to inform
                  See HAY, Page A5     Traffic slows on Interstate 90 as a man tries to reload some of the hay that spilled from his truck.                        business owners about the change                                  See BAN, Page A5



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         A2 • Wednesday, June 17, 2009                                                                 The Issaquah Press


Habitat, city break ground for new highlands development
   BY WARREN KAGARISE
                                                                                                                                                                         The homes will range from            four. To earn their homes, they
                                                                                                                                                                      1,000 to 1,400 square feet, and         must contribute the volunteer
   Meet the Taltons, a family of five                                                                                                                                 from two to four bedrooms.              hours by working on their house
that will soon be residents of the                                                                                                                                    Volunteers will complete 90 per-        or another Habitat property.
Issaquah Highlands.                                                                                                                                                   cent of the labor. Families in the      Homeowners are required to live
   Alissa Talton had no idea she                                                                                                                                      Habitat program are required to         or work in King County for at least
would be moving to the hillside                                                                                                                                       contribute 500 hours of sweat           a year.
community until three weeks ago,                                                                                                                                      equity toward their new homes.             Habitat homes are sold at cost —
when Habitat for Humanity offi-                                                                                                                                          Mayor Ava Frisinger said Habitat     about $100,000. Homeowners
cials surprised her at her parents’                                                                                                                                   would find many volunteers in           repay no-interest loans and
Carnation home. Habitat officials                                                                                                                                     Issaquah. She talked with mem-          Habitat retains ownership of the
presented Talton with a balloon                                                                                                                                       bers of several Issaquah churches,      land.
and said her family had been cho-                                                                                                                                     who said they were interested in           Lola Reyes visited the develop-
sen to live in a planned Issaquah                                                                                                                                     contributing to the construction        ment site two nights before the
Highlands development — the first                                                                                                                                     effort.                                 groundbreaking ceremony. She
Habitat houses to be built in                                                                                                                                            “There are an awful lot of people    said she looks forward to moving
Issaquah in 15 years. Talton was                                                                                                                                      who want to come up here and            with her two sons from Bellevue to
speechless. Her husband, a                                                                                                                                            build houses,” Frisinger said.          the highlands.
deployed Navy reservist, watched                                                                                                                                         Talton said she and her family          “Everything is beautiful,” she
the event unfold over the messag-                                                                                                                                     are ready to volunteer. Her hus-        said. “It’s a very clean, family-ori-
ing service Skype.                                                                                                                                                    band, Mikel, is a Navy reservist        ented, safe area.”
   “I started crying and shaking,”                                                                                                                                    stationed in the United Arab               Reyes learned her family had
Alissa Talton recalled. “I was so                                                                                                                                     Emirates. Her husband left for his      been selected to live in the devel-
excited.”                                                                                                                                                             deployment in January. Talton and       opment via a letter from Habitat
   She joined city officials and                                                                                                                                      her three children — Mikayla, 14,       officials. When she plucked the let-
Habitat for Humanity of East King                                                                                                                                     Hayleigh, 3, and Isaiah, 2 — have       ter from her post office box, she
County representatives June 11 to                                                                                                                                     been living with her parents in         said she steeled herself for the
break ground for the new develop-                                                                                                             BY GREG FARRAR          Carnation.                              worst.
ment, five duplexes that will house     Alissa Talton and daughter Hayleigh (center), 3, whose husband and father is deployed in the United Arab Emirates,               Talton said she looks forward to        Exhausted from moving the day
10 families. The late afternoon         are surrounded by officials from Port Blakely, Habitat for Humanity and city and state officials June 11 as they turn over    the stability of owning her own         before, Reyes was ready to toss the
groundbreaking was ceremonial;          the first shovels of dirt at the Issaquah Highlands home site.                                                                home. She said living in Issaquah       bad news into a nearby recycling
volunteers will start construction at                                                                                                                                 appeals to her because her family       bin. She could not believe her good
the site next month.                    organization of Eastside cities and       ing.                                      visible from the site.                    lives in the area as well.              fortune as she began to read the
   Tom Granger, executive director      King County that works to increase          “I have felt nothing but welcome           “The view from here is absolute-          “I know my kids will grow up         letter.
of the local Habitat branch, lauded     the supply of affordable housing.         since the first time we discussed         ly magnificent,” Granger said. “We        here,” she said.                           “It was like hitting the Lotto,”
city officials and highlands devel-       “This is an opportunity we’ve           this project,” he said.                   have God to thank for that.”                 Habitat homeowners are chosen        she said.
oper Port Blakely Communities for       been talking about for a long time,”        Volunteers will construct five             Construction will take place in        based on their need and ability to
supporting the project. Habitat         Granger said.                             duplexes along a stretch of               two phases. Residents are set to          pay the mortgage. They earn             Reach Reporter Warren Kagarise at 392-
purchased the land with help from         He credited the city and Port           Northeast Magnolia Street near            move into the first houses early          $20,400 to $40,700 — less than          6434, ext. 234, or
the city, Port Blakely and A            Blakely for taking steps to increase      Northeast Logan Street. On a clear        next year. Habitat officials plan to      half of the 2008 King County            wkagarise@isspress.com. Comment on this
Regional Coalition for Housing, an      the availability of affordable hous-      day, the Olympic Mountains are            complete the project by 2012.             median income for a family of           story at www.issaquahpress.com.




Good Samaritan helps police find purse snatcher                                                                                Issaquah schools get recognition from state audit
   BY WARREN KAGARISE                   up and told Harbolt he would track       Harbolt said.                                 BY CHANTELLE LUSEBRINK                   tion conducted by the State            conflict of interest laws, the Open
                                        down the purse thief.                       Officers arrested the suspect, a                                                    Auditor’s Office every year for        Public Meetings Act, competitive
                                           “‘I’ll get him,’” Harbolt said he     20-year-old Maple Valley man,                                                          every public entity.                   bidding compliance, contracts,
  A Preston woman said a good           told her. “‘Stay put. I’ve got him.’”    near Third Avenue Northeast and                  For the seventh year in a row,           “Anytime an outside party           student enrollment and trans-
Samaritan helped police officers           Bystanders gathered and called        Northeast Dogwood Street.                     Issaquah School District officials       holds us to a standard, federal,       portation reporting.
track down a man who snatched           police. Harbolt had no mobile phone         Police returned Harbolt’s purse            received recognition from the            state and local standards, it is a        If there are findings by officials
her purse in a grocery store park-      of her own; it was in her purse.         and she identified the suspect. She           State Auditor’s Office for com-          good thing,” Kuper said. “It helps     with the Auditor’s Office, district
ing lot.                                   “I think about 100 people called      said it looked as though the sus-             pletely adhering to state and fed-       ensure the property systems are        officials correct them, Kuper said.
  Dianne Harbolt was loading gro-       911 on my behalf,” she said.             pect hadn’t had enough time to go             eral regulations.                        in place for compliance.”                 The last time district officials
ceries into her car at Safeway, 735        As an officer interviewed             through her belongings.                          “I think the audit came out              The audits measure general          received any correction from the
N.W. Gilman Blvd., last week. At        Harbolt, he received a call alerting        Though Harbolt had all of her              well,” said Jacob Kuper, chief           accountability and look at the dis-    Auditor’s Office was in a manage-
about 7 p.m. June 11, she said a        him that another officer and the         items returned to her, one key                executive of finance and opera-          trict’s protection and safeguard-      ment letter in 2006 for the 2006-07
man drove by in a Chevrolet pick-       good Samaritan had located the           detail from the case eluded her:              tions for the district. “Anytime we      ing of public resources. It includ-    school year. That letter asked them
up and grabbed her purse from           suspect. He asked Harbolt to wait        She wanted to know the identity of            have a clean audit with no find-         ed cash receipting and revenues,       to alter their reporting of certain dis-
her shopping cart. Harbolt said the     at Safeway while he headed to the        the man who helped track down                 ings, it is good news for the dis-       payroll expenditures and assess-       trict transportation routes. Those
truck came within a few inches of       scene.                                   her purse and the suspect.                    trict and the taxpayers as well.”        ment of fines and damages. It also     problems were corrected while
her and her 9-year-old daughter as         Harbolt thanked other patrons            “The world needs more people                  District officials received state     looked at expenditures and pro-        auditors were still in the building.
the suspect fled.                       for waiting with her and allowing        like him,” Harbolt said.                      Auditor’s Office officials’ findings     tection of assets, like laptops and
  “I could have reached out and         her to use a mobile phone, so she           Police released his name June              in May. The audit looked at finan-       classroom materials.                   Reach Reporter Chantelle Lusebrink at
touched the truck,” Harbolt said.       could call her other daughter.           15. The good Samaritan was 17-                cial accountings from Sept. 1,              The accountability audit also       392-6434, ext 241, or clusebrink@iss-
  As the suspect sped away, a              “This sounds corny, but it            year-old Jonathan Wallis, of                  2007, to Aug. 31, 2008.                  looked into compliance with state      press.com. Comment on this story at
teenager driving a gold car pulled      restored my faith in humanity,”          Issaquah.                                        The audits are a routine inspec-      and local regulations, such as         www.issaquahpress.com.
                                                                                                    The Issaquah Press                                                          Wednesday, June 17, 2009 •                    A3


Newest math adoption raises questions
BY CHANTELLE LUSEBRINK                                                                                                  keep the same math curriculum,
                                                     ON THE WEB                           GET INVOLVED                  but add support services for strug-
                                              See a timeline for the math         Parents and community members         gling students.
   Questions and concerns continue                                                                                         Next steps in the process include
to surface as Issaquah School                   curriculum adoption at             can provide feedback to district     the final recommendation from the
District officials forge ahead in              www.issaquahpress.com.              officials by calling 837-7051 or     district’s Instructional Materials
their high school math adoption                                                 e-mailing math@issaquah.wednet.edu.     Committee, which analyzes the text
process.                                                                                                                for bias and readability, a state
   Issaquah School Board members                                                                                        requirement. If that committee rec-
held a work-study session with the                                                                                      ommends Discovering Mathematics,
district’s      Math      Adoption      the committee is not the same as        I am appalled at the approach           it will appear before the board on
Committee — a group of math             the recommendation made by the          taken by the Issaquah School            the agenda at its July 8 meeting.                                                      BY KATHLEEN R. MERRILL
teachers and curriculum special-        state Office of the Superintendent      District in teaching math,” said           Before then, board members and        A tow truck driver checks with police before taking away one of six vehi-
ists — to get a better idea of the      of Public Instruction. After a          Mark Van Horne, a Boeing Co.            district officials have tentatively      cles involved in a crash June 12 on Issaquah-Hobart Road.
process, which led to the recom-        review of new math standards, set       engineer and mathematician.             scheduled another work-study ses-
mendation        of    Discovering      forth in July 2008, and new math        “The notion that young students         sion meant to bring state math
Mathematics, by Key Curriculum
Press.
   Teachers said that Discovering
Mathematics allows them, and
                                        curricula, state experts recom-
                                        mended Holt Mathematics.
                                          However, this is the first time the
                                        state Superintendent’s Office has
                                                                                can somehow discover complex
                                                                                mathematical concepts, developed
                                                                                over centuries by mankind’s most
                                                                                gifted people … who devoted their
                                                                                                                        experts and curriculum specialists
                                                                                                                        in to discuss Holt Mathematics and
                                                                                                                        Discovering Mathematics.
                                                                                                                           Community members, who spe-
                                                                                                                                                                 Two crashes snarl Issaquah-
every teacher in the district
regardless of school, the ability to
use the textbook in a consistent,
                                        made a recommendation, a result
                                        of 2007 legislation.
                                          “It is not the role of OSPI to
                                                                                entire lives to the development of
                                                                                mathematical knowledge, sug-
                                                                                gests to me the people making
                                                                                                                        cialize in and work with mathe-
                                                                                                                        matics, may also be asked to
                                                                                                                        attend that meeting and weigh in.
                                                                                                                                                                     Hobart Road traffic
relevant way for children. The          direct which curricula a school         curriculum decisions for the               If school board members choose           BY WARREN KAGARISE                  about 2:30 p.m. Officer Ron
book includes practical application     district may or should select. It is    Issaquah School District do not         to adopt the curriculum, it would                                               Adams said the first accident was
investigations, group work and          not a state requirement for any         understand and do not fully             go into classrooms this fall.                                                   not considered a hit and run.
teacher-directed learning.              district to specifically use the rec-   appreciate the nature of mathe-            If it isn’t adopted, the process is      Several vehicles were damaged          “We’re not taking this as a hit
   “One thing I keep coming back to     ommended curricula,” State              matics.”                                halted and College Prep Math             in two crashes in the 10100 block      and run, because the person who
over the other book is the clear        Superintendent Randy Dorn said            Van Horne continued by saying         would continue to be used in the         of northbound Issaquah-Hobart          did the hitting is here,” he said.
point of view the book has,” said       in a memorandum sent to districts       he perceived at least two prob-         district. However, board members         Road June 12, briefly slowing traf-       Adams said the two accidents
Rochelle Eixenberger, a teacher at      May 4.                                  lems in how the curriculum was          could also ask for a new adoption        fic on the corridor ahead of the       were likely connected. Drivers
Issaquah High School. “It will cre-       Issaquah School Board members         selected: that the team making          process or new ideas.                    afternoon commute. No injuries         slowed to maneuver around the
ate equity among classrooms in          thanked the math committee for its      decisions was made up only of              The money for the new curricu-        were reported in the accidents,        first accident and then caused the
schools, but across the district as     time, presentation and months of        math educators and no practicing        lum is reserved. However, district       which occurred within moments          second crash.
well. There are so many things and      work. However, they had questions       mathematician, and that math            officials said that as they face         of one another at about 2:30 p.m.         Stasi Samsonov was driving
avenues to go down in the other         regarding whether a new curricu-        educators have limited knowl-           tighter budgets, it could be hard to        Drivers said the first chain-       north in her maroon Honda CR-V
book.                                   lum was the right choice and what       edge of practical applications of       reserve that funding later.              reaction crash began when the          when her vehicle was rear-ended
   “After we go through profession-     other options might be available.       math.                                                                            driver of a truck leading a column     in the second crash.
al development, there is the scaf-        The study session did little to         Several other parents spoke at        Reach Reporter Chantelle Lusebrink at    of vehicles slowed down, causing          “I was on my way to work,” she
folding for students and support        ease parents’ minds about the rec-      the meeting. Some asked board           392-6434, ext. 241, or clusebrink@iss-   other drivers to slam on their         said. “I didn’t expect this to hap-
for the teacher.”                       ommended curriculum.                    members to halt the process,            press.com. Comment on this article at    brakes. All told, six vehicles were    pen.”
   The recommendation made by             “As a practicing mathematician,       restart it with community input or      www.issaquahpress.com.                   involved — three in each crash.           After the accident, Samsonov
                                                                                                                                                                    Marah Weiler, 18, was behind        headed to an auto body shop for
                                                                                                                                                                 the wheel of a beige Toyota            repair estimates. Her sport utility
                                                                                                                                                                 Camry,      headed      home      to   vehicle was damaged but drivable.

 Issaquah students could get a free ride to college                                                                                                              Issaquah. She said the driver of
                                                                                                                                                                 the truck in front of her slowed
                                                                                                                                                                 suddenly. Weiler hit her brakes;
                                                                                                                                                                 her vehicle tapped the truck.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           “I’m going to be sore tomor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                        row,” Samsonov added. “That’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                        for sure.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                           The accidents occurred within
      BY LAURA GEGGEL                               ON THE WEB                  ble Issaquah seventh-, eighth- and      degree,” Burdick said.                   Weiler said the truck then left. A     sight of a memorial to accident
                                                                                ninth-graders have applied for the         Learn more by calling 1-888-          red Honda Civic slammed into           victim Christopher M. Leslie. The
                                          Go to www.hecb.wa.gov and click       scholarship in the past two years.      535-0747 toll-free or e-mailing col-     the Camry’s rear bumper.               27-year-old Issaquah man died
  College tuition may seem out of         on “College Bound Scholarship.”          Eighth- and ninth- graders must      legebound@hecb.wa.gov. Students             Shaken, Weiler called her           June 5 when his sport-utility
reach for many families as the                                                  apply by June 30 for the scholar-       who want to learn more about             mother, Marné, after the crash.        vehicle veered off the road and
economy continues its slump and                                                 ship this year, as they won’t be eli-   financial aid but do not qualify for        “I could tell she was afraid,”      rolled several times. Leslie died
state universities raise their rates.                                           gible to enroll next year. However,     the College Bound Scholarship            Marné Weiler said at the accident      at the scene from head injuries.
  But college is within reach —         Students who are on the free or         seventh-graders have until June         Program can find resources at            scene. Her daughter and a friend
even free — to some students who        reduced-price lunch program or          30, 2010, to apply.                     http://www.hecb.wa.gov/paying.           riding in the vehicle waited in the    Reach Reporter Warren Kagarise at 392-
meet requirements.                      whose families’ incomes are 65             “The College Bound Scholarship                                                grass alongside the road.              6434, ext. 234, or
  After     hearing     the     2006    percent or less of the state’s medi-    Program is a wonderful opportuni-                                                   Issaquah      Police     officers   wkagarise@isspress.com. Comment on
Washington Learns report, the           an annual family income of              ty for students who are from low-          Correction                            responded to the accident at           this story at www.issaquahpress.com.
state Legislature agreed to imple-      $47,000 qualify for the program.        income families to gain access to
ment the report’s recommendation          Foster children also qualify, as      higher education,” said Bob                   A story in the June 10 edi-
of making college more accessible       well as home-schooled and private       Burdick, director of public rela-          tion of The Press about a high
to students of low-income families.     school children who fit the require-    tions at the Higher Education              school dance at Pickering
In 2007, the state Legislature allot-   ments.                                  Coordinating Board.                        Barn should have said that
ted $7.4 million to fund the College      There are only two stipulations          The scholarship applies to two-         food and soft drinks are not
Bound Scholarship Program,              students must adhere to before          and four-year universities and             free at the June 18 event.
which will begin in 2012 and last       receiving money: maintain a 2.0         vocational programs.                       Pizza slices will be $2 and soft
until 2014.                             grade point average and not com-           “Not everyone wants a four-year         drinks cost $1.
  Issaquah seventh-, eighth- and        mit a crime.
ninth-grade students can apply for        Students who sign up for the
the program now and receive the         award will receive four years of
money once they are of college age.     tuition to a state school and a $500
  The program is aimed at helping       annual stipend for books.
children of low-income families.          Only 83 of the possible 306 eligi-
                                                                                      The Issaquah Press


      A4 • Wednesday, June 17, 2009                                               OPINION
                   PRESS E DITORIAL

   Parents can do duty
     of Party Patrol
T
             here are numerous government agency programs
             the public has come to depend on, but budget
             cuts have put them on hold or dropped them alto-
             gether. The King County Sheriff’s Party Patrol
             Task Force is one of them. The program aimed at
preventing underage drinking and driving is the latest to fall
victim to the budget ax.
  Local police officers have historically been part of that task
force. Only a few weeks ago, Issaquah police broke up a
party in a Squak Mountain neighborhood that resulted in ci-
tations for 34 teens and adults under age 21.
  According to a spokesman for the sheriff’s department, un-
derage drinking citations generally go to high school stu-
dents. The real concern, of course, is that drinking and driv-
ing will lead to someone’s death. It happens annually this
time of year as the weather warms up — teens have more
free time to enjoy themselves, and graduation parties
abound.
  Will Issaquah youth spend the summer mourning the
death of one of their own? We pray not.
  The fact is that we shouldn’t need the Party Patrol to pre-
vent underage drinking and driving. That’s what parents are
for. A parent patrol of adults watching out for their own
teens, their teen’s friends, their neighboring teens or any
other teens could effectively limit minors from alcohol con-
sumption in the first place.
  Unfortunately, some parents think a good approach is to
                                                                                                                         T O T HE E DITOR
let teens use their home to enjoy a beer or two with their
friends. “Better than having them drink and drive” is how                     Surviving school                                                      cutathon.
they justify it. But teaching kids that breaking the law as                                                                                            And, saving the best for last — thank you for
long as they don’t hurt anyone is not acceptable. Let’s not
                                                                              Transition to high school rife                                        this year’s team captains and our participants for                           Opinionated? The Press wants you!
                                                                                                                                                    your fundraising efforts and for making this
forget that parents who allow the drinking are also breaking                  with harmful experimentation                                          year’s relay so much fun. Thank you to each                                     Join our e-mail group — Rapid Re-
the law and open themselves up to all kinds of liability is-                     As a 14-year-old, I have looked upon the lives                     member of the 2009 planning team for the time                                sponse. You give us your name and e-mail
sues.                                                                         of many teens stumbling to find their way                             and energy that you have put forth during the re-                            address. We send you questions regarding
                                                                              through to high school. Although I am young, I                        lay season to plan and prepare for our event, as                             the news. You tell us what you think.
  With the Party Patrol gone, we hope parents will step up,                   have witnessed much more than you may realize.                        well as your contributions during the event itself.                          What could be easier?
partner with other parents and keep their youths safe —                          In a middle school as safe as mine, I am still                        Together, we have made a difference through                                  We’ll e-mail you a variety of questions.
while teaching them to respect the law. There are plenty of                   surrounded by smokers, druggies and kids who                          our contributions to the American Cancer Soci-                               Answer one or all of them! Respond by
                                                                              have sex after school. Even with our health                           ety. Together, we have made an impact on the                                 the deadline in the e-mail and we’ll get
special summer activities to keep them busy without a beer                    teachers telling us how harmful these acts may                        fight against cancer. See you on the track in                                your thoughts into the newspaper.
buzz.                                                                         be and trying every way possible to prevent us                        2010!                                                                           We’ll edit for clarity, space and potential
                                                                              from performing them, it is still no use.                                                     Karen Conley and Stacy Strickland                    libel, then select a variety of responses
                                                                                 It is difficult to understand why teens do                                                                                                      and run them on a space-available basis.
                                                                                                                                                                                   2009 Relay For Life event co-chairs
                       O FF T HE P RESS                                       these things. Stress? Friends? Family? As a
                                                                              child, I can see where these kids are coming
                                                                                                                                                    Panther Passage
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Send your name and e-mail address to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 editor@isspress.com. Put Rapid Response
                                                                              from, but why they would turn to such things, I                                                                                                    in the subject line.


 Get to know neighbors,                                                       could never imagine. Talking and encouraging
                                                                              kids only goes so far, as teens my age find it
                                                                              hard to talk about what they are feeling. This
                                                                              often causes depression, and possible suicide.
                                                                                 This problem can never be fully solved, but it
                                                                                                                                                    Thank to the Issaquah community for
                                                                                                                                                    supporting transition program
                                                                                                                                                       We would like to thank the volunteers who
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           thank all U.S. Army veterans for their service
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           to our country. Let’s honor the Army veterans

  community on a walk                                                         can be helped. Teens need to feel like they can
                                                                              talk and not keep it bottled up inside. They
                                                                              should not feel embarrassed, scared or
                                                                              ashamed to let it all out.
                                                                                 If you are a parent, let your child know he or
                                                                                                                                                    came out in force to support Issaquah Middle
                                                                                                                                                    School’s Panther Passage (formerly Spring Fo-
                                                                                                                                                    rum).
                                                                                                                                                       Panther Passage is a tradition at IMS that
                                                                                                                                                    provides our eighth-graders the opportunity to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           in our lives now while we still can.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Army veterans will receive an official com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           mendation package from the Secretary of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Army and Army Chief of Staff that includes a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           personalized letter of thanks and certificate of




P
           eople just don’t connect     live longer.                          she can always come to you for help. If you have                      present a portfolio of their middle school ac-                         appreciation, an Army lapel pin and two U.S.
           anymore like they used          Sometimes,                         a friend who is smoking, doing drugs, or gener-                       complishments to a panel of community valida-                          Army decals
           to. Sure, they might be      I cut through                         ally depressed let them know that you’re there to                     tors. The students’ reflections on their growth                          All I need is the name of the honorably dis-
           plugged into all kinds of    the park be-                          help them and encourage them to talk to a                             and development provide a springboard from                             charged Army veteran (active, Army Guard or
           things — Facebook,           hind City                             trusted adult and if they are not comfortable do-                     IMS to the ninth-grade campus and high school.                         Army Reserve) and address. You may also in-
MySpace, etc. But in my opinion,        Hall. (The                            ing that, to call a help hotline. It could save a life.               The eighth-graders truly value the feedback                            clude rank if known, but it is not required.
they don’t meet face to face and        grass is nicer                                                                              Kylie Boyd      they receive from members of the community.                            Please send the information to my e-mail ad-
talk or just hang out. That needs       under feet                                                                                                     Over the past few weeks, we have been joined                        dress at Arthur.Farash@us.army.mil. Or, if you
to change.                              than con-                                                                                      Issaquah     by hundreds of volunteers from the Issaquah                            prefer, call me at 888-6518. You can also go to
  I walk to work whenever pos-          crete, espe-                                                                                                School District, IMS and feeder elementary                             www.freedomteamsalute.com to honor your
sible. It gives my car a break, my      cially after a                        Relay For Life                                                        school families, city of Issaquah, business and                        Army veteran today. This free commendation
mind a chance to clear before           long day at        Kathleen                                                                                 service groups, and retired Issaquah teachers.                         package will arrive within three to four weeks.
and after the workday and me            the office.)      R. Merrill          Thank you to all who helped make this                                 It has been truly gratifying to see how this com-                        Let’s thank our U.S. Army veterans now
the chance to see and hear much         Watching                                                                                                    munity came together for our eighth-graders.                           while we can.
more that I would miss other-           children play
                                                              Press Editor    year’s event a successful fundraiser                                     In addition, the teaching, administrative and                                              Art Farash, chief warrant officer 3, retired
wise.                                   and squeal with laughter can             Thank you to those who supported this                              custodial staffs at IMS were invaluable in help-
  Take the man I met recently           sure lighten your load for a bit.     year’s Relay For Life.                                                ing ensure that Panther Passage went smoothly.                              U.S. Army Freedom Team Salute volunteer ambassador, North Bend
who was walking an elderly Ger-         So, too, can watching the teens          The 2009 American Cancer Society Relay For                         We could not have done this without all of you!
man shepherd. (And those of you         playing baseball in the late after-   Life of Issaquah was a spectacular event for                          We so appreciate your time and talent!
who know me know I’m partial            noons/early evenings. Makes me        close to 1,000 Issaquah and Sammamish resi-                              Congratulations to all of the graduating IMS
to that breed of animal.) Because       remember when I was a teen            dents, largely in part to members of our com-                         eighth-graders. We wish them much success as                                                       LETTERS WELCOME
he had fallen on hard times, the        playing ball. Ah, those carefree      munity.                                                               they move on to the ninth-grade campus.                                       The Issaquah Press welcomes letters to the
dog had been living with his            summer days.                             Several local businesses stepped up to spon-                                                      Susan Meyer and Vicki Hahn
mother for a year and a half.              Then, there was the elderly        sor this year’s relay by providing publicity, on-                                                                                                editor on any subject, although we reserve the
He’s glad to have her back and          man I talked to about his dog         site event support and entertainment, logistical                                                         2009 Panther Passage co-chairs          right to edit for space, potential libel and/or
she seems equally thrilled to be        who passed away last year. It         assistance and more. Gold sponsors included                                                                                                      political relevance. Letters addressing local news
with him.                               was obvious he was lonely, so I       Overlake Hospital Medical Center, The Is-                             Memorial Day                                                               will receive priority.
  I stop and chat with him and          took the time to try to make          saquah Press and Action Entertainment. Silver                                                                                                       Please limit letters to 350 words and type
pet her whenever I see them             him less so. Sure, I was a bit        sponsors included the Issaquah School District,                       Army’s Freedom Team Salute program                                         them, if possible. E-mail is preferred. Letters must
now. My blood pressure lowers           late to work that morning, but        KPMG and the Kiwanis of Issaquah. Bronze                                                                                                         be signed and have a daytime phone number to
every time.                             I’d like to think my boss would       sponsors included Pogacha of Issaquah, Foot                           honors local soldiers and their families                                   verify authorship.
  Another neighbor walks to the         be understanding if she knew          Zone of the Eastside, Domino’s Pizza and the                             Another Memorial Day, a time to remember                                   Deadline for letters is noon Friday for the fol-
senior center most days for vari-       the “community service” I per-        Issaquah/Sammamish Reporter.                                          all military veterans, has passed. I note almost                           lowing week’s paper.
ous activities. One recent day          formed that morning in easing            In addition to our fantastic sponsors, several                     daily as I read through the obituaries the num-
when I had to have my car for           some of his sadness and shar-         volunteers helped make the 2009 Relay For                             ber of veterans who are leaving us. There                                        Address:           .O.
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the day, I offered him a ride. He       ing some of his fond memories         Life a success. Thank you to the amazing vol-                         seems to be more lately.                                                                           Issaquah, WA 98027
turned me down, saying the walk         with him.                             unteers from The Church of Jesus Christ of Lat-                          I would like to remind Issaquah Press read-                                   Fax:              391-1541
was one of the best parts of his                                              ter-day Saints for your assistance in setting up                      ers that I continue to be a volunteer ambassa-
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                                         buses. The one-year 2011 levy will         was the elimination of full wireless                                              seats. Mayor Ava Frisinger is also    re-election two years ago as an
       Levies:                           tax each household 7 cents for
                                         every $1,000 of assessed property.
                                         It will provide the district $1.7 mil-
                                                                                    connections at all elementary
                                                                                    school buildings.
                                                                                       Wireless connections are being
                                                                                                                                        Kappler                       running unopposed for a fourth
                                                                                                                                                                      term.
                                                                                                                                                                         Candidates running unopposed
                                                                                                                                                                                                            opponent of the proposed
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Southeast Bypass. He later voted
                                                                                                                                                                                                            with other bypass opponents last
     Goal is to                          lion between 2011 and 2014 to
                                         purchase 41 buses.
                                            The Capital Levy enables dis-
                                                                                    built into the new elementary school
                                                                                    on the plateau as part of its construc-
                                                                                    tion costs. However, other schools
                                                                                                                                      FROM PAGE A1

                                                                                                                               time to the trails club. In 2006, he
                                                                                                                                                                      could still face challenges from
                                                                                                                                                                      write-in candidates. The last day
                                                                                                                                                                      to file for election as a write-in
                                                                                                                                                                                                            year to kill plans for the Tiger
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Mountain roadway.
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Kappler faced criticism after the
     purchase                            trict officials to make critical
                                         repairs on buildings and purchase
                                         new computers and software for
                                                                                    will only have wireless installed in
                                                                                    core areas of the buildings, like the
                                                                                    library, office and multipurpose
                                                                                                                               received the Ruth Kees Award for
                                                                                                                               a Sustainable Community — the
                                                                                                                               city’s top honor for people who
                                                                                                                                                                      candidate is Aug. 17, a day before
                                                                                                                                                                      the primary election.
                                                                                                                                                                         The other contested council
                                                                                                                                                                                                            filing period for the 2007 city elec-
                                                                                                                                                                                                            tion when he filed for a council
                                                                                                                                                                                                            seat sought by John Traeger. At

     41 buses                            buildings. The critical repairs
                                         piece would give the district $5.6
                                         million over four years. The tech-
                                                                                    rooms, so community meetings could
                                                                                    more easily take place.
                                                                                       There is additional money in the
                                                                                                                               take steps to protect natural
                                                                                                                               resources.
                                                                                                                                  Kappler, 60, endorsed political
                                                                                                                                                                      race will see Council President
                                                                                                                                                                      Maureen McCarry face Joan
                                                                                                                                                                      Probala for the Position 5 seat.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            the last minute, Kappler withdrew
                                                                                                                                                                                                            his candidacy for the Position 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                            seat and filed for another seat.
        FROM PAGE A1                     nology piece was reduced from              levy, however, to invest in mobile         newcomer Tola Marts in the race           Kappler became the second          The maneuver left Traeger as the
                                         collecting about $34.8 million to          wireless carts, which can roll into        to succeed him. Marts will face        incumbent to sidestep a re-elec-      sole candidate for the Position 6
                                         collecting about $32.9 million             specific classrooms for special            another newcomer, Nathan Perea,        tion bid when he withdrew last        seat. Traeger ascended to the
learners, English language learn-        over four years.                           events.                                    in the contest for the Position 7      week.       Councilman        John    council. Kappler went on to beat
ers, Advanced Placement and hon-            District officials met with board          Full wireless installation will         council seat. Kappler said he          Rittenhouse bowed out in early        Bill Werner to retain a council
ors courses, and extracurricular         members between the May and                occur at the middle and high               plans to campaign for Marts.           June. Kappler said he plans to talk   seat.
activities. On average, the levy         June meetings to make reductions           schools, since there is ongoing               Kappler invited Marts and sev-      with Rittenhouse about what they         Kappler considered stepping
would bring in $41.5 million annu-       in the technology piece of the             demonstrated need for wireless in          eral supporters to his house June      can accomplish together in their      down ahead of the 2007 election,
ally.                                    Capital Levy. The savings is about         every classroom and common                 8 to discuss his withdrawal deci-      remaining months as councilmen.       “but we didn’t have the right peo-
   The Transportation Levy allows        $1.9 million to tax payers.                room, administrative officials             sion. Kappler said some of his            Kappler said he plans to ask       ple” as candidates, he said.
district officials to purchase new          The biggest impact to that levy         said.                                      supporters urged him to run            Rittenhouse, “What things should         He said he plans to complete his
                                                                                                                               again, but he cited the time com-      we think about in terms of getting    council term, which ends Dec. 31.
                                                                                                                               mitment of serving as a council-       done?”                                He said he would continue to
                                                                                                                               man.                                      Rittenhouse also said the time     attend council meetings in his
                                         you have ever seen or heard. The                                                         “They would love to see me on       constraints of serving as a coun-     new role as a citizen activist.

       Neighbors                         best thing about them, aside from
                                         the amazingly clear sound, even
                                         when turned up really loud, is
                                                                                            Ban                                the council, but they realize 18
                                                                                                                               years is an awfully long time,” he
                                                                                                                               said.
                                                                                                                                                                      cilman led him to re-evaluate a
                                                                                                                                                                      re-election bid. Mullet is running
                                                                                                                                                                      unopposed for the Position 1 seat
                                                                                                                                                                                                               “I’ll be there for all of the parks,
                                                                                                                                                                                                            trails and open space issues,”
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Kappler said.
        FROM PAGE A4                     that you design them yourself.
                                            Go to http://ifrogz.com/earpollu-
                                         tion/ and pick from various styles
                                                                                       ‘Recyclable                                Voters will choose at least two
                                                                                                                               new council members. Newcomer
                                                                                                                               Mark Mullet and Councilwoman
                                                                                                                                                                      held by Rittenhouse. Mullet would
                                                                                                                                                                      be the first Issaquah Highlands
                                                                                                                                                                      resident to serve on the council.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Reach Reporter Warren Kagarise at 392-
                                                                                                                                                                                                            6434, ext. 234, or
   I’ve also spent time looking at the   and dozens of colors and prints.                                                      Eileen Barber face no opposition          Kappler is best known for his
buildings of downtown and reading
the historical markers I pass, which
have taught me some things about
                                         Not only are mine as flashy as can
                                         be, but they have leopard-printed
                                         fur lining. Talk about comfort. I
                                                                                       alternatives                            in the contests for their respective   environmental record. He ran for
                                                                                                                                                                                                            wkagarise@isspress.com. Comment on
                                                                                                                                                                                                            this story at www.issaquahpress.com.


this community that I didn’t know.
   I really enjoy music, and these
                                         may never drive to work again!
                                                                                        available’                                                                      “That’s when it started sway-       quarter-mile west of it. Troopers
walks are also giving me time to
listen closely when I’m not chat-
                                         Reach Editor Kathleen R. Merrill at 392-
                                         6434, ext. 227, or editor@isspress.com.              FROM PAGE A1
                                                                                                                                            Hay                       ing and we started losing it,” she
                                                                                                                                                                      said.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            closed the right-hand lane and
                                                                                                                                                                                                            helped clear debris from the road-
ting with passersby. I recently got      Comment on this story at www.issaquah-                                                                                         The man and woman said              way.
the coolest pair of headphones           press.com.                                                                                   FROM PAGE A1                    they didn’t want to give their          The trailer was carrying about
                                                                                       and recyclable alternatives are                                                names, but did say they were          six tons of hay and each ton is
                                                                                       available that serve the same           less than half a car length,” said     transporting the hay from a local     worth about $220, Drout said.
                                                                                       purpose as nonrecyclable food           the woman, adding the car looked       farm in the area to the woman’s         The man and woman and
                                                                                       service packaging.”                     like a Honda Accord. “We couldn’t      home.                                 state troopers were still trying to
P UBLIC M EETINGS                        June 23
                                         Committee-of-the-Whole Council
                                                                                         Officials have enacted meas-
                                                                                       ures to prevent waste and
                                                                                                                               even see her tail lights. That’s
                                                                                                                               how close she was. So, we laid on
                                                                                                                                                                        The two pulled off the interstate
                                                                                                                                                                      and onto the shoulder and called
                                                                                                                                                                                                            estimate the total loss as some
                                                                                                                                                                                                            of the hay was being recovered.
                                         6:30-9 p.m.                                   encourage recycling to steer            the horn.”                             police. State troopers responded      The couple said they were also
June 17                                  Council Chambers, City Hall South             more than 65 percent of trash              The man and woman in the            to the scene at 3:21 p.m., Trooper    losing income for their extra
Development Commission                   135 E. Sunset Way                             away from the county Cedar              truck pulling the hay said they        Dustin Drout said.                    time.
                                                                                       Hills Regional Landfill, accord-        had to break heavily and tried to        By the time they arrived, a trail
7-9 p.m.                                                                               ing to city figures.                    navigate into the far right lane to    of hay was strewn over the right-
                                         June 24                                                                                                                                                            Reach Reporter Chantelle Lusebrink at
Council Chambers, City Hall South                                                                                              avoid an accident, the woman           hand lane, beginning just before      392-6434, ext. 241, clusebrink@iss-
135 E. Sunset Way                        Human Services Commission                     Reach Reporter Warren Kagarise at       said.                                  the overpass and ending about a       press.com.
                                         7-9 p.m.                                      392-6434, ext. 234, or wkagarise@iss-
June 18                                  Coho Room, City Hall                          press.com. Comment on this story at
                                         130 E. Sunset Way                             www.issaquahpress.com.
Council Services & Operations
Committee
Agenda: arts performances, Fire
Protection District 10 agreement,
Eastside Fire & Rescue Fire Station 72
funding, false alarm ordinance
5 p.m.
Eagle Room, City Hall
130 E. Sunset Way

June 22
Park Board
7-9 p.m.
Issaquah Trails House
110 Bush St.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                         developer         Port      Blakely

New hatchery dam hinges on federal grant                                                                                                                                   Default
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                                                                                                                                                                                                         Communities. If the swap were
                                                                                                                                                                                                         successful, additional homes
                                                                                                                                                                                                         would be built in the highlands
                                                                                                                                                                                                         instead of at the Park Pointe site.
   BY WARREN KAGARISE                                                                                                                                                                                       Port Blakely would be allowed to
                                                                                                                                                                  apply for city permits.                build more densely in the high-
                                                                                                                                                                    City Environmental Planner           lands if the company bought the
   City officials and environmental-                                                                                                                              Peter Rosen said city staffers         Park Pointe parcel from Wellington
ists are waiting to hear whether                                                                                                                                  were informed about the default        and then deeded the land — and
the city will receive federal stimu-                                                                                                                              notice a few days after the docu-      an additional Port Blakely-held
lus dollars to improve salmon habi-                                                                                                                               ment was issued. He said consult-      parcel — to the city. Then, city offi-
tat and the Issaquah Salmon                                                                                                                                       ants and planners have contin-         cials would preserve the land.
Hatchery. Officials said the                                                                                                                                      ued to work on the environmen-            Frisinger said she remained
National Oceanic and Atmospheric                                                                                                                                  tal impact statement.                  hopeful a development rights
Administration was set to                                                                                                                                           Wellington       paid      about     swap would allow the Park Pointe
announce grant recipients by mid-                                                                                                                                 $125,000 to hire consultants to        land to be preserved.
June.                                                                                                                                                             prepare the statement, Rosen              Konigsmark said he hoped
   The proposal aims to replace a                                                                                                                                 said. Part of the process requires     land conservancy groups would
dam that serves the hatchery with                                                                                                                                 consultants to answer questions        consider buying the Park Pointe
a structure friendlier to migrating                                                                                                                               posed by residents in the draft        land if a public auction took
salmon. The option to remove the                                                                                                                                  environmental impact statement,        place. He said other developers
dam, construct a series of boulder                                                                                                                                released in January. Planners          could be attracted to the site
weirs and replace the intake                                                                                                                                      expected the final statement to be     because of the zoning.
hinges on more than $4 million in                                                                                                                                 ready by August.                          The proposed development is
state and federal dollars.                                                                                                                                          Rosen said Wellington could          within the city’s Urban Growth
   The dam is located on Issaquah                                                                                                                                 halt the final statement, but the      Boundary and the land is zoned
Creek about a half-mile upstream                                                                                                                                  move would be unusual. He said         for residential units.
from the hatchery. A fish ladder                                                                                                                                  developers would be at a disad-           Wellington considered two devel-
blocks salmon and other fish                                                                                                                                      vantage if they intended to revive     opment options for the site: 251
migrating upstream.                                                                                                                                               the project in the future. Time-       residential units — 121 single-fam-
   “The existing fish ladder is very                                                                                                                              sensitive portions of the state-       ily attached units and 130 multi-
substandard,” city Surface Water                                                                                                                                  ment — such as traffic studies —       family units built on 14 acres of the
Manager Kerry Ritland said.                                                                                                                                       would have to be redone.               lower slope or 344 residential units
   Friends of the Issaquah Hatchery                                                                                                      BY GESTIN SUTTLE           Wellington Vice President Ron        — a mix of 59 single-family
Executive Director Gestin Suttle       Engineers inspect a 1/16-scale model of a proposed weir structure that would replace an aging dam upstream from            Slater could not be reached for        detached,      145     single-family
said the project would improve the     the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery.                                                                                              comment.                               attached and 140 multifamily units
creek and make it easier for                                                                                                                                        Rosen said much of the input         built on 32 acres on the lower tier of
migrating salmon to pass. FISH is      Issaquah Creek flooded in January,        state Recreation and Conservation      existing intake, workers have to          submitted to the city came from        Tiger Mountain and atop the slope.
the volunteer group that runs edu-     trees toppled near the intake and         Office. The city, state Department     trek to the intake to brush leaves        people opposed to the construction        The developer hoped to connect
cational programs at the hatchery      damaged a fence.                          of Fish and Wildlife, local agencies   from the screens each fall.               of Park Pointe. Since the project      Park Pointe to the defunct
and assists hatchery workers.             The $4 million would cover costs       and FISH provided the required 15         Engineers prepared a 1/16-scale        was proposed in the mid-1990s,         Southeast Bypass, a proposed
   Suttle said many adult salmon       to design, permit and build the           percent local match for the grant,     model of the fish passage and a sec-      opponents have said Park Pointe        roadway that would have been
become marooned and die each year      project. About $800,000 in state          bringing the total to $470,000.        tion of Issaquah Creek; Suttle            could damage the environment,          built across the lower slopes of
when they jump onto the concrete       dollars has been earmarked for the           Planners conducted a study last     watched a demonstration of the            lead to more vehicles on city roads    Tiger Mountain between Interstate
apron at the base of the dam. She      project.                                  year and evaluated several options     model last month at a SeaTac lab.         and spoil views of Tiger Mountain.     90 and Issaquah-Hobart Road. City
said the apron resembles a shelf.         In April, city officials applied for   for improving fish passage at the      She described the proposal as an            Issaquah Alps Club Vice              Council members ended plans for
   Upstream, past the dam, “there’s    a NOAA grant to cover the rest. If        dam. The options ranged from           advance over the existing structure.      President Ken Konigsmark said he       the bypass last year. Developers
a lot of great habitat beyond that,”   the city receives the grant, the          adding a new fish ladder to demol-        Northwest              Hydraulic       encouraged Park Pointe developers      instead proposed connecting Park
she said.                              project would take about two years        ishing the dam.                        Consultants, a Seattle firm, built        to preserve the land and instead       Pointe to the city street grid via
   More than 10 miles of salmon        to complete. Ritland said construc-          Planners selected an option that    the model to show how the weirs           pursue a development rights swap       Southeast Evans Street.
habitat exists upstream. Suttle said   tion would have to be spread out in       would remove the dam and replace       and intake structure would work           with another developer.                   Konigsmark said developers
some fish make their way               order to take advantage of the “fish      it with a series of weirs that allow   with the creek. The model was               “I was constantly telling them       were too ambitious with plans for
upstream to spawn despite the          window” — weeks when the work             fish to pass through. The weirs        used to help engineers determine          to stop investing more money in        Park Pointe. He said Wellington
obstacle.                              would be less likely to interfere         would be fashioned from boulders.      how the structures would hold up          architects, designers, feasibility     should have focused instead on a
   Ritland also noted the quality of   with salmon activity.                     A new water supply intake struc-       in conditions ranging from sum-           studies,” Konigsmark said.             transfer of development rights
salmon habitat above the dam.             If NOAA officials pass over the        ture would be built as well. The       mer base flow up to conditions              Officials and developers con-        with Port Blakely.
   “The system can take a lot more,    hatchery for a grant, Ritland said        intake would supply water to the       similar to a 100-year flood.              sidered a transfer of development         “You got what you deserved,”
but the dam up there is limiting       officials would seek other sources        hatchery.                                 Doug Hatfield, the state hatch-        rights with Issaquah Highlands         Konigsmark said.
that,” he said.                        of funding. Because of the project’s         Nearly 200,000 year-old coho        eries operations manager for the
   The hatchery was built as a fed-    cost, he said officials would likely      salmon died at the hatchery in         region that includes Issaquah, said
eral          Works         Progress   try to net federal money.                 November 2006 after leaves             the Issaquah hatchery plays an
Administration project in 1936.           On June 1, City Council members        blocked the intake, cutting water      important role in protecting              Council awards bid for                along Newport from Northwest
Ritland said the original dam was      adopted goals for 2010 that include       flow to the hatchery and causing       salmon stocks in the middle of            Newport Way work                      Oakcrest Drive to state Route
overhauled in the 1960s. Suttle        completion of the dam and intake          the water’s dissolved-oxygen con-      urbanized King County.                                                          900.
noted advances in the study of fish    project. Ritland said the proposal,       tent to fall too low for the number       “We want to recover fish popula-         City Council members recent-          The council awarded the
behavior and improved fish ladder      like many long-term city projects,        of fish in the pond.                   tions to the extent that they’re          ly approved a bid to improve          $393,533.80 bid to Grade Inc., of
designs since the last update.         might not materialize next year              Ritland said the proposed intake    healthy,” he said.                        Newport Way Northwest.                Woodinville, with a unanimous
   “They didn’t know as much as        because it depends on outside             structure would limit the amount                                                   The project will include the        vote. The bids received were well
they know now about fish behav-        funding.                                  of sediment flowing to the hatch-      Reach Reporter Warren Kagarise at 392-    construction of a 12-foot wide        beneath the $826,136 budgeted
ior,” she said.                           In March 2008, the city received       ery. He said an airburst system        6434, ext. 234, or                        shoulder. Crews will also add         for the project.
   The dam and intake structure        a $400,000 Salmon Recovery                would automatically remove debris      wkagarise@isspress.com. Comment on this   shoulder width in order to              Officials received five bids for
face other problems, too. When         Funding Board grant from the              from the intake screens. With the      story at www.issaquahpress.com.           maintain a 3-foot shoulder            the project. Grade Inc. was the
                                                                                                                                                                                                        lowest bidder.
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                Section

                      B                                          COMMUNITY                                                                                                                 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 2009




Congrats, Tiger Mountain class of 2009 Dare to go
   Tiger Mountain Community
High School celebrated 23 stu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                             bare in
dents successfully earning their
diplomas June 11 on the school
grounds.
   Tiger Mountain is for students
                                                                                                                                                                                                           skinny-dip
seeking alternatives to tradi-
tional high schools. The school
maintains a strong education fo-
cused on rigor and content; its
                                                                                                                                                                                                             record
staff teaches basic-skills pro-
grams, and educational plans
are personalized for each stu-
dent.
   Senior class speakers were
                                                                                                                                                                                                            attempt
Christina Reddy and Eliana Pearl.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        IF YOU GO
January graduates:
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Fraternity Snoqualmie Family
  Alec DuBois
  Joseph Herrera                                                                                                                                                                                             Nudist Park
  Martin Kandler                                                                                                                                                                                                24050 S.E. 127th St.
  Thomas Timmons                                                                                                                                                                                                392-6833
                                                                                                                                                                                                                www.fraternitysnoqualmie.com
June graduates:
  Derick Anderson                                                                                                                                                      PHOTOS BY ADAM ESCHBACH
  Cody Bancroft                         The graduation ceremony was a small, personalized event where each graduate received praise from staff members.
  Aaron Blumenzweig
  Alex DeMarco                                                                                                                                                                                                   nudist park south of Is-
  Ashley Gundersen
  Emil Gundersen IV
  Sumeet Harnal
  Anthony Hembree
  Patrick Lewis
                                          Christine Malnerich
                                          Vladislav Mnatsakanov
                                          Bryce Nielsen
                                          Eliana Pearl
                                          Christina Reddy
                                                                                    Kyle Ryerson
                                                                                    Brittany Smith
                                                                                    Kelsey Tanay
                                                                                    Chase Tasca
                                                                                    Joshua Wood
                                                                                                                                                                                                           A
                                                                                                                                                                                                           in.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 saquah is participating in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 a national skinny-dip
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 record attempt next
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 month and you can join

                                                                                                                                                                                                              Fraternity Snoqualmie Fam-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           ily Nudist Park is one site host-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           ing the American Association
                                                                                                                                                                                                           for Nude Recreation event, The
                                                                                                                                                                                                           AANR Largest Skinny-dip
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Across North
                                                                                                                                                                                                           America.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              The event will “Some peo-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           take place at
                                                                                                                                                                                                           noon July 11 at ple are
                                                                                                                                                                                                           the park’s          afraid to
 Students throw                                                                                                                                                                                            swimming and
  their caps into                                                                                                                                                                                          wading pools.       be nude
     the air at the                                                                                                                                                                                        Guinness World and they
    turning of the                                                                                                                                                                                         Records has
            tassel.                                                                                                                                                                                        agreed to create want to
                                                                                                                                                                                                           a new category cover up
                                                                                                                                                                                                           for the largest
                                                                                                                                                                                                           number of peo- their
                                                                                                                                                                                                           ple simultane-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           ously skinny-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               naughty
                                                                                                                                                                                                           dipping.            parts, but
                                                                                                                                                                                                              “This is a per-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           fect excuse for     we’re not
                                                                                                                            Alex DeMarco hugs a member of the Tiger Mountain staff.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           anyone wanting afraid to
                                                                                                                                                                                                           to be nude in
                                                                                                                                                                                                           public for the      be nude.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                           first time,” said — Dawnzella
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Dawnzella
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Gearhart,           Gearhart
                                                                                                                                                                                                           spokeswoman         Fraternity
                                                                                                                                                                                                           at Fraternity       Snoqualmie
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Snoqualmie.         spokeswoman
                                                                                                                                                                                                           “People can say
                                                                                                                                                                                                           they’re partici-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           pating in a
                                                                                                                                                                                                           world-record attempt.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Fraternity Snoqualmie is a
                                                                                                                                                                                                           40-acre park on the side of
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Tiger Mountain. Photo identifi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           cation is required for admit-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           tance to the park. Children are
                                                                                                                                                                                                           welcome if accompanied by
                                                                                                                                                                                                           their parents. First-time visi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           tors receive a complimentary
                                                                                                                                                                                                           one-day membership, Gearhart
                                                                                                                                                                                                           said.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Organizers expect between
                                                                                                                                                                                                           500 and 600 people during the
                                                                                                                                                                                                           record-setting attempt that oc-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           curs the same weekend as Fra-
                                                                                     BY CHANTELLE LUSEBRINK                                                                                                ternity Snoqualmie’s Bare Buns
  Graduates of the Academy for Community Transition gather for a photo after receiving their diplomas.                                                                                                     Fun Run.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              According to Guinness guide-
    Academy for Community Transition graduates 13                                                                                                                                                          lines, participants must be
                                                                                                                                                                                                           completely nude during the
                                                                                                                                                                                                           skinny-dip in order to be
    The Academy for Community               This year, 13 students gra-          The graduates are:                                                                                                        counted. Swimmers may wear
  Transition graduation ceremony         dated from the program, more                                                                                                                                      their suits when entering the
  was June 8 at the Issaquah             than any other year in the pro-           Dalean Pack                                                                                                             water, but they must remove
  School District Administration         gram’s history. Several gradu-            Austin Brodeur                                                                                                          them and hold their suits over-
  Building.                              ates will begin employment with           Cat Huynh                                                                                                               head at the signal from the offi-
    The academy serves students          area businesses PETCO, Panera             Elionel Martinez                                                                                                        cial that the event has begun.
  ages 17-21 with developmental          Bread Co., Clark Nuber, Fred              Lad Smith Cheung                                                                                                        After the event, they can put
  disabilities. Students embark on       Meyer, Hilton Garden Inn, Sam-            Kevin Anderson                                                                                                          their suits back on before leav-
  several years of study that pro-       mamish Safeway, Riverdog, the             Dan Sinnema                                                                                                             ing the water.
  vide them with community-based         Issaquah School District and the          Mitchell Scroggs                                                                                                           As with all Guinness World
  employment experiences, focuses        city of Issaquah. Elionel Mar-            Abbey Poulin                                                                                                            Records events, all record at-
  on social skills and development       tinez will attend Lake Washing-           Kelley Boehlke                                                                                                          tempts must be witnessed by a
  of real-world vocational skills, as    ton Technical College and                 Kevin Christensen                                                                                                       designated member in standing
  well as travel training and recre-     Dalean Pack will attend the               Will Birdsey                                                                                                            of the local community.
  ational opportunities.                 Tavon Center.                             Chris Chirillo                                                                                                             The witness does not have to
                                                                                                                            Principal Ed Marcoe amuses Vladislav Mnatsakanov by standing on a stool.       be nude to authenticate the
                                                                                                                                                                                                           event, she said.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              A photographer will record
                                                                                                                                                                                                           the event and participants will

 Celebrate Father’s Day at Vasa Park’s midsummer festival                                                                                                                                                  need to sign a form indicating
                                                                                                                                                                                                           their likeness will be published.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              “If someone doesn’t want to
                                                                                                                                                                                                           be photographed, they could
     BY ANGELO GROSSO                   serve breakfast out of the Vasa                                                     musicians, dancers, singers and       stick for an original Swedish treat.     turn around,” Gearhart said.
                                        Park summer kitchen.
                                           From 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., the en-
                                                                                               ON THE WEB                   the midsummer maypole wrap-
                                                                                                                            ping all takes place at the stage
                                                                                                                                                                     There will be many new activi-
                                                                                                                                                                  ties added to this year’s repertoire,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Some people have misgivings
                                                                                                                                                                                                           about swimming in the nude.
  On Father’s Day, June 21, the         tire family can enjoy free activities,      Learn more and see a schedule of        area in the center of the park.       including a beer garden, hamburg-           “Some people are afraid to
Vasa Park Resort kicks off its 83rd     such as pony rides for the chil-            all activities and driving directions   Make sure you get there early to      ers and hot dogs cooked on a             be nude and they want to cover
Swedish Midsummer Festival on           dren, cotton candy, a bounce                at www.vasaparkresort.com.              get a good seat. The old-time races   charcoal grill, and boat rides           up their naughty parts, but
Lake Sammamish. Admission to            house and the park’s newest addi-                                                   and games for children will begin     around the lake throughout the           we’re not afraid to be nude,”
the event is free.                      tion, a water trampoline right on                                                   at 2 p.m. at the campsites in the     day.                                     Gearhart said. “We’re happy to
  The day starts off with a $7          Lake Sammamish. At the Swedish                                                      north end of the park.                   The playground, swimming and          be in our own skin.”
Swedish pancake breakfast from 9        Coffee Garden, you can take a                                                          Park concessions will be open      waterslides are open all day long.
a.m. - noon. The breakfast in-          break while enjoying coffee and           ing throughout the day, bingo will        all day serving pizza, soda, ice                                               Reach Reporter Jim Feehan at 392-
cludes Swedish pancakes, ham,           authentic Swedish baked goods for         be held in the park’s patio area.         cream, candy, chips and nachos. If    Reach intern Angelo Grosso at            6434, ext. 239, or
syrup, coffee and juice. Skogs-         $1.50 that should satisfy the sweet         At 12:30 p.m., the main pro-            you want to try something new,        isspress@isspress.com. Comment on this   jfeehan@isspress.com. Comment on
blomman lodge members will              tooth. Starting at 10 a.m. and last-      gram begins in which Swedish              order the Swedish meatballs on a      story at www.issaquahpress.com.          this story at www.issaquahpress.com.
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              C OMMUNITY CALENDAR                                            Classes                                       W EDDING                                             P ETS OF THE W EEK
                                                                               ArtEAST offers the following
                                                                             workshops at its gallery, Up
                                                                             Front [art], 48 Front St. N. Go to
                                                                             www.arteast.org/workshops to
                                                                             sign up.
                                                                                “Gauguin and Tahiti” — 7-9
                                                                             p.m. June 22 — $15
                                                                                “Paint Your Cake and Eat it
                                                                             Too: Plein-air Pastries” — 11
                                                                             a.m. – 2 p.m. June 27 — $55
                                                                                “The Art of Collage and Assem-
                                                                             blage” — 7-9 p.m. June 29 — $15
                                                                               “Parenting with love and
                                                                             logic,” offered by the city of Is-
                                                                             saquah Parks and Recreation De-
                                                                             partment, is from 6-8 p.m.                                                       Ariel, a 2-year-old gray                          Pepe, a 1-year-old, black-
                                                                             Wednesdays June 24-July 22 at            Rebecca Emmick and Dustin Combs       tabby cat, has an engaging                       and-white Pomeranian mix,
                                                                             the Community Center. Fee is                                                   personality and longs to                         has beautiful bright eyes and
                                                                             $75 per person or $100 per cou-       Emmick, Combs                            share her life with a new                        is full of energy. He loves to go
                                                                             ple. Call 890-2081.                                                            family. She loves playing with                   for walks and play with
                                                                               The city of Issaquah Parks             Rebecca Emmick and Dustin             catnip mice or wand toys and                     stuffed toys, but is also
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                                                                             and Recreation Department             Combs, both of Portland, Ore.,           napping in the sun. She’s                        thrilled just to spend quality
                                                                             offers the following one-day          were married June 6, 2009, at Im-        ready to meet you.                               time cuddling.
Check out Librarypolooza                                                     workshops at the community            maculate Heart Catholic Church in
                                                                             center:                               Portland.
                                                                                “Outdoor Watercolor Land-             The Rev. John Amsberry                These pets may already have been adopted by the time you see these photos. If you’re interested
 Teen Music Show: Librarypolooza, is at 7 p.m. June 19,                      scapes” — noon-2 p.m. June 27         presided.                                in adopting these or other animals, contact the Humane Society for Seattle/King County at 641-
   with local bands Something About Envy, Jeff Stillwell                     —ages 5-18 — $16                         A reception followed at the Se-       0080, go to www.seattlehumane.org or e-mail humane@seattlehumane.org. All adopted animals
                                                                                “Watercolor Postcards” —           cret Society Ballroom in Portland.       go home spayed/neutered, microchipped and vaccinated, with 30 days of free pet health insur-
 (above), Save Kate, Seahouse, Masters and Johnson, and                      noon – 2 p.m. July 11 — ages 6-          The bride’s parents are Mary          ance and a certificate for an examination by a King County veterinarian. The Seattle Humane
                                                                                                                                                            Society is now open from noon - 6 p.m. seven days a week.
 others. High school ID cards will be checked at the door.                   11 — $16                              and David Emmick, of Issaquah.
                                                                                “Nature Sketchbook Drawing”           The bridal attendants were her
Events                               open to all King County residents.
                                        The Issaquah Amateur Radio
                                                                             — July 18 — ages 7-14 — $16           sister Rachel Emmick, a 2001
                                                                                                                   graduate of Skyline High School,                                       W HO ’ S N EWS
   Mountains to Sound Greenway       Club participates in the Ameri-         Issaquah Library                      Katie Fletcher, Alex Crandall,
hosts the following trail mainte-    can Radio Relay League’s an-                                                  Emily Klee and Brittany Arnold.
nance and environmental              nual Field Day June 26-27 at the          The library is at 10 W. Sunset         The groom’s parents are Sue
restoration events. Trail events     Sunny Hills Elementary School           Way. Call 392-5430.                   and Bill Comb, of Eugene, Ore.
are from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Invasive    playground. The club will set up          Celebrate The Big Read and             Groomsmen were Riley Combs,
removal events are from 9 a.m. – 3   field radio communication sta-          the featured book, “The Call of       Chris Looney, Joel Ford, Andrew
p.m. or 9 a.m. – noon. Register at   tions, get on the air and contact       the Wild,” by taking a digital        Hill and Tyler Scharpf.
www.mtsgreenway.org/volunteer/       hundreds of other operators in the      photo of you or family member            Rebecca, a 2003 graduate of
events.                              U.S. and Canada. Set up begins at       reading to your dog(s). Submit        Skyline High School, earned a
   June 27: Invasive removal at      9 a.m. June 27 with the goal of         photos to readtoyourdog@kcls.org      bachelor’s degree in marketing
Issaquah Creek near the animal       getting on the air at 11 a.m. Oper-     as a .jpg photo before June 30.       and management from the Uni-
hospital in Issaquah                 ations will continue until 11 a.m.      Check online after July 15 for a      versity of Portland in 2007. She
   June 27: Trail work on Squak      Sunday. The public is invited. Call     printable poster featuring our        works as a marketing coordinator
Mountain                             John MacDuff at 392-7623.               KCLS readers and their dogs.          for OBEC Engineering.                  Liberty High School                                Scout rank May 30. They are
   Neon Nights Dance Under              Mountains to Sound Green-              The library offers the free            Dustin, a graduate of Sheldon       Scouts attain Eagle rank                           (from right) Sean Marihugh, Hay-
the Summer Sun, for 10th-            way Trust and REI have teamed           program for adults “Basic             High School, earned a master’s                                                            den Carlson, Anthony Kubeja,
through 12th-graders, is from 6-     up to do a trail maintenance            Digital Photography” at 7-9           degree in business administration        Six Scouts from Liberty High                     Wright Noel, Aaron Hardin and
11 p.m. June 18 at the Pickering     project at Squak Mountain from          p.m. June 23.                         at Willamette University in 2007.      School all attained their Eagle                    Jason Felker.
Barn, 1730 10th Ave. N.W. Entry      9 a.m. – 2 p.m. June 27. The work         Study Zone, an opportunity to       He works at The Combs Co., a
is $5 with a nonperishable food      will primarily involve trail tread      get free homework help from vol-      parent company of Rafters              J. Michael Schweitzer honored                      in Peru. He has served on three
item donation or $7 without. All     improvements and construction of        unteer tutors, is at 4 p.m. Mondays   Footwear, Bogs Footwear and            by chiropractic association                        missions to Panama and the Do-
proceeds benefit the Issaquah        a new turnpike to help elevate the      – Thursdays through June 18.          Burch’s Shoes.                                                                            minican Republic, providing chi-
Food and Clothing Bank. Space is     trail through a wet area. Call 206-       Spanish Early Literacy Par-            The couple honeymooned in             Dr. J.                                           ropractic care for those who
limited to 300 people. Learn         812-0122 or go to www.mtsgreen-         ties are Mondays at 7 p.m.            Costa Brava, Spain.                    Michael                                            would otherwise have no ac-
more by e-mailing bospartyplan-      way.org/volunteer/events/vol-           through June.                                                                Schweitzer                                         cess.
ners@hotmail.com.                    trails-form.                              Manga Group Art Walk is at 5                                               was honored                                          A native of Woodinville,
   Windermere’s Community               The city Parks and Recre-            p.m. June 24, featuring artwork                                              April 25 by                                        Schweitzer lives in Maple Val-
Service Day is June 19 at the        ation Department’s All-Ameri-           by the Manga Group, henna tat-                                               the Washing-                                       ley.
Issaquah Depot Museum. Volun-        can Independence Celebration,           toos and manga-inspired treats.            E NGAGEMENT                       ton State Chi-
teers will wash and treat the ex-    featuring songs, readings, singa-         Meet Christopher R. Mattix,                                                ropractic As-                                      Lynden awards annual
terior and rolling stock; paint      longs and stories that commemo-         the author of “Nobody,” as he                                                sociation                                          scholarship to Jessica Weaver
railings, doors and stairways;       rate the Fourth of July, is at 3        discusses his story of poverty,       Comfort, Wilber                        with a Distin-
and weed and pick up trash. To       p.m. June 28 at Pickering Barn.         desperation and ultimate re-                                                 guished Ser-                                          The Lynden Memorial Scholar-
participate, call 941-9096.          Admission is $9 per person or           demption, at 7 p.m. June 30.            Dennis and Becky Comfort, of         vice Award.                                        ship program has awarded Jes-
   The 24th annual Block Party       $25 per family. Call 837-3300.            Read three books, write             Issaquah, wish to announce the           The 1,000- J. Michael Schweitzer                 sica Weaver, of Sammamish, one
Quilters quilt show is from 10          Resident Events is celebrat-         three short, thoughtful re-           engagement of their daughter,          member                                             of its eight scholarships for
a.m. – 5 p.m. June 19-20 and         ing the Fourth of July, 25th            views, and get a new paper-           Katie, to Cale Wilber, of Belling-     group is the only statewide as-                    2009.
from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. June 21 at     birthday of Providence Point            back book — free. Pick up an          ham.                                   sociation that represents the                         This year’s awardees will fol-
the community center. Go to          from noon – 5 p.m. July 4 in the        entry form at the library or at         The couple plans a Sept. 18,         chiropractic profession in Wash-                   low a variety of educational and
www.bpquilters.org.                  clubhouse and on the lawn. There        www.kcls.org/read3.                   2009, wedding at Lairmont Manor        ington state. Schweitzer served                    career pursuits. All are children
   The Issaquah Farmers Mar-         will be music by Jim McKay and            FreePlay — Stop by the library      in Bellingham.                         as president of the association                    of Lynden company employees;
ket is from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. June     Friends, games, food and fun.           any day to borrow a Nintendo DS         Katie, a 2004 graduate of Is-        in 2007 and as District 8 repre-                   each received a $1,000 scholar-
20 at Pickering Barn, 1730 10th      Tickets are $5, or $7 after July 1.     and games to play for up to two       saquah High School, earned a de-       sentative for several years.                       ship to go toward the 2009-2010
Ave. N.W. A creekside fly-fishing    Call 392-8596 or 391-7669.              hours. Those 14 and older need        gree at Western Washington Uni-          Schweitzer operates Preci-                       academic year.
demonstration is at 11 a.m. at                                               an ID; those under 14 need an         versity in 2008.                       sion Chiropractic in Sam-                             Weaver is earning a graduate
the hay barn. Get a picture with     Fundraisers                             adult with an ID.                       The groom to be, the son of Mike     mamish and Maple Valley. He is                     degree in theater performance
Dad with profits benefiting the                                                Be Creative @ Your Library          and Debi Kelley, of Seattle, is a      a graduate of Palmer College of                    at Arizona State University in
Leukemia & Lymphonma Society.           The 25th Annual Eagles               — the 2009 Summer Reading             2003 graduate of Stadium High          Chiropractic in Davenport,                         Tempe, Ariz. She is an Instruc-
Go to www.issaquahfarmersmar-        Aerie No. 3054 Golf Classic is          Program, is June 15 - Aug. 31.        School. He graduated from West-        Iowa, and has been in practice                     tor for ASU (Introduction to Act-
ket.org.                             Aug. 8 at Lake Wilderness Golf          Read 500 minutes and receive a        ern Washington University in           for 12 years.                                      ing and Movement for Stage),
   The Vasa Park Resort pres-        Course, 25400 Witte Road S.E.,          halfway prize; read 1,000 minutes     2009.                                    He is active in his community                    and is a performing and visual
ents Family Fun Day at 12:30         Maple Valley. Registration dead-        to receive the finisher prize and                                            and is a 2006 Sammi Award re-                      artist. She enjoys comedy and
p.m. June 21, at 3560 W. Lake        line for an individual golfer of $79    be eligible for the grand-prize                                              cipient. His practice also organ-                  outdoor activities, such as rock
Sammamish Parkway S.E. There         is July 25. Late registration after     drawing of a laptop computer!                                                izes food drives for local food                    climbing, bouldering and hik-
will be Swedish pancakes, a
Swedish coffee garden, beer gar-
                                     July 26 is $90. Twosomes are
                                     $158 and $178. Foursomes are
                                                                             Prizes will be distributed begin-
                                                                             ning July 15. Grand-prize winner
                                                                                                                     M ILITARY N EWS                      banks and toy drives during the
                                                                                                                                                          holidays.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             ing.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Her parents are Robin and
den, free pony rides, children’s     $316 and $350. Sign-in starts at 7      will be announced in September.                                                Schweitzer has worked with                       Charles Weaver, who works for
games, cotton candy and face         a.m. with a shotgun start at 8:30                                                                                    Hopelink’s toiletry drives and a                   Lynden International in Seat-
painting. Call 746-3260.             a.m. A banquet follows at the Is-       Senior Center                         Kyle W. Engle graduates                wheelchair program for children                    tle.
   Eastside Catholic School          saquah Eagles, 175 Front St. N.                                               from basic training
hosts an information session         Funds go to support the Issaquah          Center hours are from 8:30
from 7-8 p.m. June 23 at its Sam-    Eagles and its charities. Go to         a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday through Fri-        Army National Guard Pvt. Kyle
mamish campus, 232 228th Av-         www.golfdigestplanner.com/1201          day. Activities are open to people    W. Engle has graduated from ba-        June is Adopt-a-Cat Month                             Visit cats in person at 13212
enue S.E. Sessions include an in-    5-25thAnnualEagles3054Golf-             55 and older. The center is at 75     sic combat training at Fort Jack-         The Seattle Humane Society                       S.E. Eastgate Way, Bellevue, or
depth look at its 6-12 curriculum,   Classic.                                N.E. Creek Way. Call 392-2381.        son in Columbia, S.C.                  is celebrating Adopt-A-Cat                          view cats online at www.seattle-
programs and student life, and                                                 “English as a Second Lan-              During the nine weeks of train-     Month. Adoption fees are being                      humane.org.
will conclude with an optional       Religious/spiritual                     guage: Intermediate Level” is         ing, Engle studied the Army mis-       waived on all cats 1 and older                        Cat adoptions include
tour of the campus. Learn more                                               from 10:15 a.m. – noon, every         sion, history, tradition and core      with the donation of cat food for                   spay/neuter surgery, initial vac-
by going to www.eastside-               “Life Quest – A Middle               other Monday.                         values, physical fitness, and re-      its Pet Food Bank. The society is                   cinations, micro-chipping, 30
catholic.org or calling 295-3001.    Schooler’s Journey to Happi-              The following day trips are         ceived instruction and practice in     filled to the brim with cats that                   days of pet health insurance and
   An Eastside King County Ex-       ness,” for students entering sixth      offered in June:                      basic combat skills, military          need homes of their own.                            a certificate for a free veterinary
ecutive Community Forum, to          through eighth grades in the fall, is      Redwind Casino — 8:30 a.m. –       weapons, chemical warfare and             Donations will feed the feline                   examination. All of the cats at
allow the public to meet candi-      June 22. Think of it as a book club     5 p.m. June 22 — free                 bayonet training, drill and cere-      companions of low-income sen-                       the Seattle Humane Society have
dates for King County executive,     in action. Part One is to the Wood-        Fort Nisqually and Rose Gar-       mony, marching, rifle marksman-        iors at a time when shelves are                     been tested for feline leukemia
hosted by The Snoqualmie Valley      land Park Zoo. The class is hosted      den of Point Defiance Park — 9        ship, armed and unarmed combat,        bare.                                               and FIV.
Chamber of Commerce and Gary         by “The Edge” youth ministry at         a.m. – 3:30 p.m. June 24 — $12        map reading, field tactics, military
and Jennifer Fancher, is at 7 p.m.   Mary, Queen of Peace Catholic              Let’s go sailing in the Puget      courtesy, military justice system,
June 25 at Twin Falls Middle         Church, 1121 228th Ave. S.E.,           Sound from Pier 54 on the sloop       basic first aid, foot marches and
School, 46910 S.E. Middle Fork       Sammamish. Go to www.mqp.org            Obsession — 9:30 a.m. – 2:30          field training exercises.
Road, North Bend. Submit ques-       for more information and registra-      p.m. June 29 — $25                       Engle, the son of Theresa All-
tions for the forum to eastkcfo-     tion, or call Anne Ginther at 391-         Line dancing classes are from      bery, of Issaquah, is a 2008 grad-
rum@gmail.com. The event is          1178, ext. 129.                         10-11 a.m. Thursdays — $5.            uate of Liberty High School.
                                                                                                   The Issaquah Press                                                        Wednesday, June 17, 2009 •                   B3


                     O BITUARIES                                                Kelly Ranch owner Violet Kelly, 86, dies
                                                                                  Violet Kelly,                           About five years ago, David
                                                                                                                                                              Patricia E. (Morgan) Kubel
                                                                                                                                                                 Patricia E.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   these years, but finished her ca-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   reer at the Thurston County Au-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ditor’s Office in the Financial Ser-
                                                                               the heart and                           Kelly flew his mother by helicopter    (Morgan)                             vices Division, where she gained
Kathleen Theresa Goodman                survive today: Paulette Myers, of      soul of the                             so she could attend her 65th high      Kubel com-                           a second family.
                                        La Quinta, Calif.; Anne Blake, of      Kelly Ranch,                            school reunion in Idaho.               pleted her                              She was predeceased by her
  Kathleen                              Marina, Calif.; Barbe Goodman,         died unexpect-                             “She showed me where she            life’s journey                       parents.
Theresa Good-                           of Issaquah; Rosemary Perez, of        edly from a                             grew up and she had the time of        on June 3,                              She is survived by her sister,
man, of Is-                             Redmond; Roger Goodman, of             brainstem                               her life,” he said.                    2009, after a                        Michele Ann (Mike) and Bob
saquah, died                            Boise, Idaho; Georgia Hanna, of        hemorrhage                                 He said he still runs into people   10-month                             Drewett, of Olympia; nephew
June 7, 2009,                           Spanaway; and Joyce Lamb, of           June 6, 2009,                           who rode horses at the Kelly           valiant battle                       John and Valerie Drewett, of
at home. She                            Squamish, British Columbia. She        with her family                         Ranch decades ago.                     with cancer.                         Tenino, and their four children,
was 83.                                 is also survived by 21 grandchil-      by her side.                               “My mom used to say that the           She was                           Megan and Jason Sanders, Tyler,
  There will                            dren (three deceased) and 29           She was 86.
                                                                                                      Violet Kelly
                                                                                                                       rich could afford to ride horses,      born in Seat-       Patricia Kubel   Matthew and Kelsey Drewett;
be a rosary,                            great-grandchildren. She also             A celebration                        but that wasn’t the case for those     tle, to George                       niece Erin and Dave Houseman,
time to be an-                          leaves behind her sister Helen         of her life will                        less fortunate,” he said.              E. and Lillie B.(Hoye) Morgan on     of Rainier, and their three chil-
nounced,                                Garbolski, of Windsor Locks,           be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, June           Violet’s daughter, Teresa           Dec. 20, 1940. She was raised in     dren, Devon, Aaron and Michael;
Thursday             Kathleen Goodman   Conn.; brothers-in-law Bill            20, at the Kelly Ranch, 7212 Ren-       Bradley, said her mother was           Issaquah, and graduated from Is-     brother John and Gayle Morgan,
evening, June                           Goodman, of Seattle, and Bill          ton-Issaquah Road S.E., Issaquah.       kind-hearted and giving, including     saquah High School in 1958. Pat      of Issaquah; niece Tanya and her
18, at St. Joseph’s Catholic            Finch, of Kent; sister-in-law             She was born Feb. 20, 1923, in       taking in homeless individuals.        sang in the choir in high school     son Nathan; nephew Bob and
Church in Issaquah. A funeral           Betty Manix, of Hayward, Calif.;       Culdesac, Idaho, to Christian and          “She always saw the best in         and also at St. Michael’s Episco-    Jodine Morgan and their chil-
Mass will be held at 11 a.m. Fri-       and numerous nieces and                Helga Frederickson. She gradu-          everybody and gave them the ben-       pal Church choir.                    dren, Aaron, Brianne, Cierra and
day, June 19, also at St. Joseph’s,     nephews.                               ated as class valedictorian from        efit of the doubt,” she said. “Mom        In the early 1960s, she was a     Daytona.
followed by a reception at the             A caring and loving person, her     Culdesac High School in 1941. She       was one of the most giving people      member of a USO troop in Seat-          Pat also had four great-great-
church.                                 single purpose in life was her faith   moved to Seattle to attend comp-        you’d ever meet.”                      tle, where she met her future        nieces and nephews, Kylea,
  She was born Aug. 14, 1925, in        in God and her family. Her most        tometer school and went to work            With the expansion of Interstate    husband, Samuel Robert Kubel.        Jayson, Lilyana and William.
Miller, S.D., one of 12 children to     endearing quality was her laugh-       for Langendorf Bread Co.                90 in 1969, they relocated to their    They were married in the Ba-         She is also survived by many
William and Anna Parker. In 1943,       ter.                                      In January 1945, she met her         present location on Renton-Is-         hamas in 1964. She and Sam           other relatives and friends.
she married John Goodman in                Arrangements are entrusted to       husband, John, at work. They            saquah Road. Over the next 40          spent the next eight years trav-        A celebration of Pat’s life was
Shelby, Mont. After the armed           Flintoft’s Issaquah Funeral Home       were married March 15, 1945.            years, their business expanded to      eling to different naval bases:      held at 1 p.m. June 13 at the
services, they settled in Great         and Crematory.                         They lived in West Seattle, where       more than 50 horses and included       Eleuthera, The Bahamas, Rota         Lacey Community Center, 6729
Falls, Mont. In 1956, they moved           Friends and relatives are invited   they enjoyed ballroom dancing           trail rides, lessons, boarding,        and Cadiz, Spain, and back to        Pacific Ave. S.E., Lacey.
their family to Seattle and in 1966,    to view photos, get directions to      and playing cards with friends.         horse shows and the annual             finish his naval career in New          The family has requested that
to Issaquah.                            the service, check time for the           In 1957, they moved to Issaquah      Salmon Days parade.                    York and New Jersey.                 there be no flowers. Donations
  Survived by her husband of 66         rosary and share memories in the       (next to Sunset Elementary School),        Mrs. Kelly spent the last year of      In the early 1970s, they re-      can be made to the American
years, John, she was the mother         family’s online guest book at          where the saga of the Kelly Ranch       her life living with her daughter      turned to Sacramento, Calif.,        Cancer Society, Group Health
of 14 children, seven of which          www.flintofts.com.                     began with their first horse, Dolly,    Nancy and Ernie, but still spend-      where she was office manager         Oncology Department of
                                                                               and providing trail rides to the kids   ing three afternoons a week at the     and private secretary to the rabbi   Olympia or the Little Red
                                                                               at Sambica Bible Camp.                  ranch. Mrs. Kelly treasured her        at Temple B’Nai Israel until 1986,   Schoolhouse Project c/o The
                                                                                  Mrs. Kelly never knew a              memories of riders and visitors        when Pat decided to move back        Thurston County Auditor’s Of-
                                                                               stranger. Always wanting to help        from around the world. After re-       to Washington to be closer to her    fice, Financial Services Division
Olga A. Seil                            ber of the Issaquah Historical So-     those in need, she opened her           tirement, she couldn’t go any-         family. She made her home in         or the charity of your choice.
                                        ciety, Issaquah Orthopedics, Is-       home to everyone, including six         where without someone coming           Olympia for 23 years during             Arrangements are by Funeral
   Olga A. Seil,                        saquah Senior Center and the           foster children and two elderly pa-     up to her and saying, “I used to       which time she became a mem-         Alternatives of Washington.
a longtime                              Emblem Club of the Issaquah            tients while tending to the horses      ride at the Kelly Ranch.”              ber of the Sweet Adelines. She       Sign Pat’s online guest book at
Issaquah resi-                          Elks.                                  and her own expanding family. Her          Violet was preceded in death by     worked several places during         www.funeralalternatives.org.
dent, died                                In her leisure time, she enjoyed     parents also lived with the family      her husband, John, in 2000. Sur-
June 1, 2009,                           knitting, crocheting, quilting, gar-   for many years until their deaths.      vivors include three daughters,
in Spokane.                             dening, baking, camping and               In the early 1970s, one of the       Nancy, Teresa Bradley and Colleen
She was 90.
   At her re-
                                        spending time with her family.
                                          Olga is survived by two daugh-
                                                                               foster children she took in was a
                                                                               teenage boy who was severely
                                                                                                                       Kronk; sons Danny and David
                                                                                                                       Kelly; eight grandchildren; four
                                                                                                                                                                                             C LUBS
quest, a pri-                           ters, Sandra (Larry) Barnes, of        burned in a house fire, said David      great-grandchildren; and three
vate family                             Spokane, Mary (Leonard) McClary,       Kelly, Violet’s son.                    great-great-grandchildren.             This week                             Hospital: 11 a.m. Thursday,
gathering will         Olga Seil        of Burlington, Ky.; two grandchil-        “He had burns over 50 percent           Remembrances can be made to                                               Elk’s Lodge, 765 Rainier Blvd.
be held in the                          dren; and four great-grandchil-        of his body and some people             World Concern, Children’s Hospi-         Cascade Republican                  N., 392-6625
future.                                 dren.                                  thought he looked like a monster,       tal or Evergreen Hospice.              Women’s Club: 11:30 a.m.                Issaquah Ham Radio Sup-
   Olga was born Jan. 8, 1919, in         The family suggests remem-           but not my mom,” he said. “He              Friends are invited to share mem-   Wednesday, (except July and Au-       port Group: 7 p.m. Monday at
Galesburg, N.D., the daughter of        brances to the Issaquah History        needed a home at the time and my        ories and sign the family’s online     gust), Sammamish Plateau Club,        the Police Station, talk in at
Adolph and Gena Kjelmyhr. She           Museums or Children’s Hospital         mom was there for him.”                 guest book at www.flintofts.com.       25625 E. Plateau Drive, 868-3076      146.56 MHz at 7 p.m., meeting
was raised and attended school in       Foundation.                                                                                                             Eastside Camera Club: 7             at 7:30 p.m.
Galesburg.                                Arrangements are entrusted to                                                                                       p.m. Thursday, St. Madeleine            Issaquah Lions Club: 7 p.m.
   In 1943, she moved to Renton,        Flintoft’s Funeral Home and Cre-                                                                                      Catholic Church, 4400 130th           Tuesday, Coho Room at City Hall,
where she worked for The Boeing         matory.                                                                                                               Place S.E., Bellevue, www.east-       130 E. Sunset Way, 206-232-1700
Co. during World War II. Olga             Friends are invited to share         Franklyn Ora Ziegler                    courage, he moved his family to        sidecameraclub.com                      Issaquah Valley Grange:
married Walter Seil at the Is-          memories and sign the family’s           Franklyn                              Bellevue in 1969 and continued           Eastside Chapter of Parents,        7:30 p.m. Monday, Issaquah
saquah Community Church on              online guest book at                   Ora Ziegler, of                         his career with Puget Power. After     Families & Friends Of Les-            Myrtle Mason Lodge Hall, 57 W.
June 23, 1945. She was a mem-           www.flintofts.com.                     Sammamish,                              25 years with Puget Power, he re-      bians & Gays (PFLAG): 7 p.m.          Sunset Way, 392-3013
                                                                               died Thursday,                          tired as a serviceman. In 1992,        Thursday, First United Methodist        La Leche League of the
                                                                               June 4, 2009,                           the family moved to the Beaver         Church, 1934 108th Ave. N.E.,         Sammamish Plateau: 10 a.m.
                                                                               surrounded by                           Lake area of Issaquah.                 Bellevue, 483-6642                    Thursday, Issaquah Highlands
                                                                               family, after a                            Throughout his working years,         Issaquah Business Builders:         Fire Station 73, 1280 N.E. Park
Susan F. Stuart                         reer as a massage therapist. As        two-year battle                         he built a seaside vacation home       7:30 a.m. Thursday, IHOP              Drive, 605-0837 or 827-6843
   Susan F. Stuart, of Issaquah,        co-owner of Ancient Age in Is-         with lung can-                          where his family would gather on       Restaurant, 1433 N.W. Sam-              Myrtle Mason Lodge No. 108:
died Tuesday, June 9, 2009 at           saquah, Susan was a respected          cer. He was 73.                         the Long Beach Peninsula. Spend-       mamish Road, 206-852-8240             7:30 p.m. Thursday, Lodge Hall,
Providence Marianwood in Is-            massage therapist. She worked            Per his                               ing time at the beach, visiting Maui     Issaquah Guild of Children’s        57 W. Sunset Way, 894-4410
saquah. She was 63.                     hard to hone her skills and give       wishes, a pri-                          and living on the lake with Joanne
   A celebration of Susan’s life will   her clients a relaxing and wonder-     vate family cel-     Franklyn Ziegler   was how he enjoyed his retirement.
be at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 20,        ful experience.                        ebration was                               He is survived by his wife
at Flintoft’s Funeral Home and             In her leisure time, Susan en-      held to honor him.                      Joanne; five children, Lynanne
Crematory, 540 E. Sunset Way, Is-       joyed outdoor activities of all          Born in Pocatello, Idaho, in          (Steve) Lewis, Valerie Ziegler, Lori
saquah.                                 kinds, especially camping and so-      1935, he was the oldest of Frank        (Rick) Wilson, Nick (Deanne)
   Susan was born April 15, 1946,       cializing with friends. She is re-     and Fern’s five children and grew       Ziegler and Traci (Ira) McDaniel;
in Sheridan, Wy., to George and         membered by her family as an           up in the Pahsimeroi Valley. After      and eight grandchildren.
Evelyn Stutsman. She was raised         outstanding daughter, abiding          graduating from Payette High               Arrangements are by Flintoft’s
in Sheridan until 1957, when she        friend and fantastic person. Susan     School in 1953, he married his          Issaquah Funeral Home.
and her family moved to Renton.         possessed the special ability to       high school sweetheart, Joanne             Family and friends are invited
Susan went on to graduate from          make others laugh, a kind smile        Gamble, in 1954.                        to share memories and sign the
Renton High School in 1964. Fol-        and a loving nature. She is deeply       He had worked 10 years for            family’s online guestbook at
lowing high school, Susan fur-          missed.                                Idaho Power when, with great            www.flintofts.com.
thered her education at the Uni-           Survivors include her devoted
versity of Washington, earning a        father, George Stutsman, and step-
Bachelor of Science degree in           mother, Betty Stutsman, of Is-
1968.                                   saquah; step-siblings Jim Fant,
   In summer 1970 in Renton, Su-        Barbara Ranta, Deborah Daniels
san married James Stuart, of Seat-      and Laurie Sendustan; and nu-
tle. They moved to Pasadena,            merous extended family members
Calif., in the early 1970s and she      and friends.
worked as a graphic artist. In             The family suggests remem-
early 1975, Susan moved to Bre-         brances to Providence Marian-
merton, where she continued her         wood or Providence Hospice.
work as a graphics designer in             Friends are invited to get direc-
Seattle.                                tions, view photos and share
   In the late 1990s, Susan moved       memories in the family’s online
to Fall City and started a new ca-      guest book at www.flintofts.com.



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      B4 • Wednesday, June 17, 2009                                              HEALTH
Skyline grad tips the scales in his favor                                                                                                             Issaquah dentist installed
        BY JIM FEEHAN
                                                                                                                                                          as AAPD president
                                                                                                                                                         John R. Liu,                           leader in children’s dental and
   Chris Darnell wanted to set a                                                                                                                      DDS, founder                              oral health, advocating for federal
good example for children as a                                                                                                                        of Eastside Pe-                           funding of residency training pro-
youth pastor. So, he shed 75                                                                                                                          diatric Dental                            grams for facilities serving low-in-
pounds this year and hasn’t put                                                                                                                       Group in Is-                              come children. The academy is
one pound on since.                                                                                                                                   saquah, was                               also in its second year of a grant
   “I figured I can’t teach kids to                                                                                                                   installed last                            to help Headstart programs con-
eat healthy if I looked the way I                                                                                                                     month as pres-                            nect its preschoolers to a nearby
did,” said Darnell, 26, of North                                                                                                                      ident-elect of                            dentist who will oversee their oral
Bend.                                                                                                                                                 the American                              health.
   Darnell underwent a rigorous,                                                                                                                      Academy of                                  As president of the academy, Liu
twice-daily workout, lifting                                                                                                                          Pediatric Den-          Dr. John Liu      will lead the organization in devel-
weights and running on a tread-                                                                                                                       tistry at the or-                         oping public positions, policies
mill as part of the Gold’s Gym                                                                                                                        ganization’s 62nd annual session          and guidelines for pediatric dental
Challenge. He and about 70 other                                                                                                                      in Hawaii.                                health practitioners. He is already
individuals at the Issaquah, Red-                                                                                                                        The academy’s 7,700 members            a national media spokesperson for
mond and Bothell Gold’s Gyms                                                                                                                          are primary oral health care              the academy, advocating for oral
lost a combined 1,430 pounds                                                                                                                          providers who offer comprehen-            health of children.
during a 12-week span.                                     CONTRIBUTED                                                                                sive specialty treatment for mil-           “Children should be seen by a
   The weight loss is remarkable,      Skyline High School graduate Chris                                                                             lions of infants, children, adoles-       pediatric dentist at the age of 1,”
given the number of Americans          Darnell, 26, weighed 367 pounds                                                                                cents and individuals with special
who are either overweight or           before joining the Gold’s Gym                                                                                  health care needs.
obese.                                 Challenge (above). Today, he’s down                                                                               The academy is the recognized                              See LIU, Page B5
   After a quarter-century of in-      to 290 (right).
creases, obesity prevalence has
not measurably increased in the        pounds; today, he weighs about
past few years, but levels are still
high — 34 percent of U.S. adults
                                       290, he said.
                                         “I take pride in the fact that I
                                                                                                                                                                             S UPPORT G ROUPS
age 20 and over are obese, ac-         did this for me,” Darnell said.
cording to a new study released          The pounds came off and                                                                                      Alcoholics Anonymous: www.east-           newly diagnosed, enhancing emotional
last week by the Centers for Dis-      stayed off by him eating a high-                                                                               sideintergroup.org                        recovery while going through treatments,
ease Control and Prevention.           protein diet with a lot of fruits                                                                              Al-Anon/Alateen: 10 a.m. Thursdays,       www.angelcarefoundation.org
   The report, Obesity Among           and vegetables. He wants to drop                                                                               Our Savior Lutheran Church, 745 Front     Arthritis Support Group: 7 p.m. the
Adults in the United States — No       30 more pounds in the coming                                                                                   St. S.; 206-625-0000                      second Tuesday, Overlake Hospital,
Change Since 2003-2004, is the         weeks.
latest analysis based on the Na-         “I want to be a sexy 260                                                                                     ALS Support Group: 656-1650.              688-5800
tional Health and Nutrition Exam-      pounds by my wedding in mid-                                                                                   Issaquah New Start for Al-Anon: 5:30      Bereavement Support Group: 7 p.m.
ination Surveys, conducted by          July,” he said with a grin.                                                                                    p.m. Thursdays, Issaquah Community        the second and fourth Mondays,
CDC’s National Center for Health         Helen Martin, 38, of Mercer Is-                                                                              Baptist Church, 205 Mountain Park         Overlake Hospital, 688-5127
Statistics.                            land, lost 18 pounds in 12 weeks                                                                               Blvd. S.W., 392-6893                      Family Caregivers Support Group: 3-
   A former lineman on the 2000        and reduced her body fat to 11                                                                                 Teen Alcoholics Anonymous: 7-8 p.m.       4:30 p.m. the second and fourth
state championship Skyline High        percent. Thirteen years ago, a
School football team, Darnell said     semi truck slammed into Martin’s                                                                               Wednesdays, Issaquah office of Friends    Thursdays, Overlake Senior Health
he was always a big boy. During        Honda Accord on Interstate 5 in       Gold’s also had a shoulder injury,      Martin recommends a good         of Youth, 414 Front St. N., 868-1099      Center, 1750 112th Ave. N.E., Suite A-
his gridiron days at Skyline, he       Seattle. The impact injured her       so he tailored a training program     cardio workout, a diet devoid of   Women’s Alcoholics Anonymous: 7           101, Bellevue, 688-5807
tipped the scales at between 250       shoulder and curtailed her            that worked for me,” said Martin,                                        p.m. Fridays, Friends of Youth Issaquah   Parkinson’s Disease Support Group:
and 260 pounds. On New Year’s          weight-lifting regimen in the gym.    a real estate agent based in Belle-                                      office, 414 Front St. N., 868-1099        1:30 p.m. the second Monday, Our
Day 2009, he weighed 367                 “Fortunately, my trainer at         vue.                                        See WEIGHT   LOSS, Page B5   Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia          Savior Lutheran Church, 745 Front St.
                                                                                                                                                      Support Group: 6-7:30 p.m. the sec-       S., 206-230-0166
                                                                                                                                                      ond Thursday, Aegis of Issaquah, 780      Prostate Cancer Support Group: 7
                                                                                                                                                      N.W. Juniper St., 313-7364                p.m. the third Tuesday, Lincoln Center,
                                                                                                                                                      Alzheimer’s and Caregiver Family          555 116th Ave. N.E., Suite 125,
                                                                                                                                                      Support Group: 3-4:30 p.m. the sec-       Bellevue, 369-2552
                                                                                                                                                      ond Tuesday, Elder and Adult Day          TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly):
                                                                                                                                                      Services, 82 Front St. S., 837-3967       9:30 a.m. Thursdays, Our Savior
                                                                                                                                                      Angel Care-Breast Cancer Foundation:      Lutheran Church, 745 Front St. S.,
                                                                                                                                                      offers free emotional support to the      391-1889
                                                                                                       The Issaquah Press                                                       Wednesday, June 17, 2009 •                   B5


    Learn how to play it safe                                                                                                   Weight loss
                                                                                                                                   FROM PAGE B4
                                                                                                                                                                 and cut out the fast food and soft
                                                                                                                                                                 drinks,” he said. “We humans
                                                                                                                                                                 are grazers and we’re not built
                                                                                                                                                                 to eat three large meals a day.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                      every once in a while I’ll have a
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Reese’s peanut butter cup,” he
                                                                                                                                                                                                      said.



    with summer barbecues
                                                                                                                                                                    Darnell will eat six to eight     Reach Reporter Jim Feehan at 392-6434,
                                                                                                                           cheese, butter, bread, pasta pota-    small meals a day consisting of a    ext. 239, or jfeehan@isspress.com.
                                                                                                                           toes, candies, ice cream and          slice of fruit, broccoli and per-    Comment on this story at www.issaquah-
                                                                                                                           cake. In addition, go easy on the     haps a chicken breast.               press.com.
                                                                                                                           alcohol.                                 Darnell operates a Kettle Corn
      BY PAM MCGAFFIN                                                                                                        “What made the difference for       stand outside the Issaquah Home
                                                                                                                           me was that I set a goal to lose      Depot when he’s not working as
                                                                                                                           weight, focused on that goal and      an intern at Eastridge Christian
   You dutifully apply sunscreen                                                                                           achieved it,” Martin said.            Assembly church. His Kettle
during the summer months, but                                                                                                Darnell said he eliminated          Corn stand affords a great view
you may not be aware of another                                                                                            dairy, whole wheat and                of Krispy Kreme, the donut em-
seasonal cancer risk lurking in                                                                                            processed sugar from his diet.        porium he worked at for 18
your own backyard: the barbecue.                                                                                             “Do it for yourself and not for     months.
   A weekly burger or steak hot off                                                                                        someone else, eat smaller meals,         “I really don’t crave it, but
the grill won’t hurt you. But if eat-
ing barbecued, grilled and smoked
meats, including hotdogs, is an al-
most daily habit, you may want to
cool it, said Dr. Paul Reilly, author                                                                                                                            and trustee-at-large (2002-05).
and naturopathic oncologist at
Seattle Cancer Treatment and
                                                                                                                                         Liu                     He attended dental school at
                                                                                                                                                                 Loma Linda University in Califor-
Wellness Center.                                                                                                                                                 nia and received his pediatric
   Meats cooked at high tempera-                                                                                    FILE          FROM PAGE B4                   dentistry certificate from Chil-
tures, like over an open flame, con-    The American Institute for Cancer Research recommends limiting weekly                                                    dren’s Hospital Medical Center in
tain polycyclic aromatic hydrocar-      consumption of red meats to no more than 18 cooked ounces.                         Liu said.                             Cincinnati.
bons (better known as PAHs) and                                                                                              Educating parents about caring        Liu opened Eastside Pediatric
heterocyclic amines (better known                                               exist for limiting consumption. But        for their child’s oral health is as   Dental Group in 1994. He re-
as HCAs), both known carcino-                                                   if you’d rather be safe than sorry,        important during that initial visit   ceived a Top Dentists Award
gens, cancer-causing substances.                    LEARN MORE                  Reilly offers these tips to help you       as the child’s first exam, he said.   from Seattle Magazine in 2006.
   PAHs are a group of chemicals          For more cancer fighting tips and     grill and eat more healthfully:              Liu has served as the acad-         He is a fellow of the American
produced from the incomplete burn-        information, call 206-FOR-HOPE           Cook lean cuts of meat in               emy’s vice president (2008-09),       College of Dentists and a fellow
ing of organic matter, including oil,                                           smaller portions (3-4 ounces), and         secretary-treasurer (2007-08)         of the Pierre Fauchard Academy.
gas, wood, tobacco and meat.              (367-4673) or visit the Seattle       consider making skewers with
Grilling and barbecuing tend to char      Cancer Treatment and Wellness         chunks of meat or poultry mixed
meat and so increase the formation        Center Web site at www.seattle-       with chunks of tomato, onions,
of PAHs, which are also found in          cancerwellness.com.                   pepper and other vegetables.
smoked meats and other foods.                                                      Use free-range, pesticide- and
   HCAs are created when the                                                    hormone-free meats whenever
amino acids (protein building                                                   possible. These are generally
blocks) in muscle meats, such as                                                lower in fats, have a better bal-
beef, pork, fowl and fish, react to     mends limiting weekly consump-          ance of desirable nutrients and
high cooking temperatures. Barbe-       tion of red meats to no more than       contain fewer compounds associ-
cuing isn’t the only culprit. Any       18 cooked ounces (about four            ated with disease.
cooking method that uses very           quarter-pound hamburgers), and             Dripping fat from barbecuing
high temperatures, including fry-       trying to avoid hotdogs, sausages       can cause flare-ups that leave car-
ing and broiling, raises PAH levels.    and other processed meats.              cinogens on your meat. Avoid
   “Charred and grilled meats in-          Reilly also recommends a proac-      them by placing a sheet of perfo-
crease risk for a multitude of can-     tive approach to reducing cancer        rated aluminum foil over the grill
cers, including breast, colon and       risk, particularly for those with a     to catch the fat.
pancreatic cancer,” Reilly said.        family history of cancer.                  Cook your meat at a lower tem-
“Everyone loves the taste of grilled       Eat more dark-colored fruits         perature, avoid hot sports on the
meat, but be smart about reducing       and vegetables, which are rich in       grill and flip it often to prevent
its negative health effects.”           naturally occurring plant chemi-        charring. Cut off and discard any
   Reilly has been practicing natur-    cals called phytochemicals that         burned parts.
opathic oncology for more than 12       have been shown to protect                 Before you grill, microwave the
years and is a founding member of       against carcinogens.                    meat for about two minutes and
the Seattle Cancer Treatment and           In fact, a study looking at breast   discard the liquid that forms. This
Wellness Center. The center, in         cancer and lifetime consumption of      cuts down on cooking time and the
Renton, combines oncology with          red meat in postmenopausal              level of HCAs.
complementary cancer treatments,        women found the highest risk               Soak your meat in an acidic liq-
including naturopathy, acupunc-         among those who ate grilled, bar-       uid (vinegar, citrus and marinades
ture, Chinese medicine and mind-        becued and smoked meats more            made from other fruits, like dark
body medicine.                          than once a week, but scrimped on       cherries) to reduce the formation
   “I wish we didn’t need dedicated     fruits and vegetables. (The same        of carcinogens.
cancer centers like ours, but sadly     study found no increased breast            Hold the gravy. Gravy made
the American lifestyle seems to in-     cancer risk with smoked, grilled or     from meat drippings contains high
crease risk for many common can-        barbecued poultry or fish.)             amounts of HCAs.
cers,” Reilly said.                        No one knows yet how much
   Based on recent colorectal can-      grilled, smoked and barbecued           Pam McGaffin, of Moore Ink. PR, writes
cer findings, the American Insti-       meat will increase a person’s can-      articles about health, family and commu-
tute for Cancer Research recom-         cer risk. And no federal guidelines     nity issues for nonprofit organizations.
                                                                                                    The Issaquah Press


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                       JUNE
                 Comedy Night is at 8 p.m. at Vino



 17              Bella, 99 Front St. N. For reserva-
                 tions, call 391-1424.                                                                                                                                                                                 CONTRIBUTED BY GREG SPRANGER
                                                                  Original postcards of the 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition depict (from left) the ‘Pay Streak’ arcade boulevard and a roller coaster; a ‘birdseye view’ looking south toward Mount
                                                                  Rainier showing the future University of Washington campus’ Denny Hall at bottom; and another view of the ‘Pay Streak,’ showing a building covered in a snow bank and a pavilion.



                                                                   Depot Museum unveils display on Seattle’s first world’s fair
 18
               Neon Nights Dance Under the
               Summer Sun, for 10th through 12th
               grades, is from 6-11 p.m. at the
               Pickering Barn, 1730 10th Ave. N.W.
               Entry is $5 with a nonperishable                          BY WARREN KAGARISE                                                                      souvenirs and other artifacts throughout        “on a fluke” when he happened upon sou-
               food item donation or $7 without. All                                                                               IF YOU GO                     the summer.                                     venirs at an antiques show.
               proceeds benefit the Issaquah Food                                                                                                                   The exposition lasted from June 1-Oct.          “What is this?” he recalled. “I had to
    and Clothing Bank. Space is limited to 300                                                                      Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition exhibit
                                                                    Long before the Space Needle pointed               Until Labor Day                           16, 1909. President William Howard Taft         know more about it.”
    people. E-mail bospartyplanners@hotmail.com.
                                                                  skyward and a monorail whisked passen-                                                         opened the event from Washington, D.C.,            Today, his collection includes post-
                                                                  gers downtown, Seattle hosted one of the             Issaquah Depot Museum                     by pressing a gold telegraph key.               cards, medallions, ashtrays and hard-to-
    Shiri Zorn performs at 8 p.m. at Grimaldi’s
    Coffee House, 317 N.W. Gilman Blvd., Suite                    most successful world’s fairs, the 1909              50 Rainier Blvd. N.                          At the same moment Taft opened the           find silk handkerchiefs embroidered with
    47. Call 427-8161.                                            Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. The                 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays       fair, racers set off from New York to Seat-     the exposition logo — three women from
                                                                  event’s centennial is being commemo-              and Sundays, 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. Thursdays       tle in a cross-country auto race. A Ford        the United States, the Yukon and Japan.




 19
                  Judy Wexler performs from 7:45-                 rated this summer at the Issaquah Depot                                                        Model T won the race, but was later dis-        Among Spranger’s finds is a handmade
                  10 p.m. June 19 and 20 at
                                                                                                                    (through Aug. 31)
                                                                  Museum.                                              $2 for adults, $1 for children            qualified after organizers learned the race     invitation to the opening gala, painted
                  Bake’s Place, 4135 Providence                     Greg Spranger, world’s fair enthusiast                                                       team changed the car’s engine at a stop         with delicate watercolor flowers.
                  Point Dr. S.E. Tickets are $30.                 and executive director of the DownTown                                                         along the more than 3,800-mile route.              He said the success of the exposition is
                  Call 391-3335.
                                                                  Issaquah Association, loaned AYPE mem-                                                            “They could, because there were a lot        even more impressive because Seattle
                Ravinwolf performs from 8-10                      orabilia to the museum. His collection in-                                                     of little Ford dealerships popping up           was far from major cities of the era, yet
    p.m. at Grimaldi’s Coffee House.                              cludes souvenirs from the four-and-a-half      ticipate in the fair.                           across the United States,” Spranger said.       the fair was still able to attract visitors in
                                                                  month event. Postcards depict fair scenes         “It was a huge, huge success,”                  Model T enthusiasts are re-enacting          droves.
    Lewis & Lane, an acoustic guitar-vocal duo,                   in vivid detail; snow-capped Mount             Spranger said.                                  the race in honor of the centennial.               “A hundred years ago, we put on one
    perform from 7:30-11:30 p.m. at Vino Bella.                   Rainier is the only distinguishing charac-        The successful exposition was a pre-         Dozens of Model Ts will stop at the depot       of the largest world’s fairs anywhere,”
                                                                  teristic of the Seattle skyline.               cursor to the successful 1962 World’s           museum overnight July 10. Spranger said         Spranger said.



 20
                   Darren Motamedy performs
                   from 8-11 p.m. at Pogacha of                     The exposition attracted more than 3.7       Fair, which begat the Space Needle and          organizers plan to hold a barbecue to
                   Issaquah, 120 N.W. Gilman                      million visitors to the then-tiny University   the Seattle Center Monorail.                    welcome the travelers to town.                  Reach Reporter Warren Kagarise at 392-6434, ext.
                   Blvd. Call 392-5550.                           of Washington campus. Many Issaquah               Visitors to the depot museum have an            Spranger said he started collecting AYPE     234, or wkagarise@isspress.com. Comment on this
                                                                  residents rode trains into Seattle to par-     opportunity to view century-old AYPE            memorabilia more than two decades ago           story at www.issaquahpress.com.
                   Seahouse performs at 8 and 9
                   p.m. at Grimaldi’s Coffee House.



                                                                   Fenders go bumper to bumper on Front Street
                 The Mountains to Sound



 21              Greenway Days Fenders on Front
                 Street Car Show and Cruise is
                 from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the XXX
                 Rootbeer Drive-In and along Front
                 Street.
                  Country music open mic night is
                                                                       BY CHANTELLE LUSEBRINK
                                                                           AND DAVID HAYES                                                                                                                       Pizza and Front Street Café will be open
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 to serve.



 22               at 7 p.m. at Grimaldi’s Coffee
                  House.
                                                                     Souped-up hot rods and classics go
                                                                  bumper to bumper at Issaquah’s Fenders
                                                                  on Front Street on June 21.
                                                                     DownTown Issaquah Association or-
                                                                  ganizers said they are hoping for good
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    You can also cruise on through the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 street’s plethora of art galleries.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Jose Enciso Sr., the owner of XXX, will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 offer the restaurant’s classic Ford bus to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 shuttle weary walkers from the restau-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 rant, Gilman Village, Dogwood and Sun-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 set streets.
                                                                  weather and plenty of patrons to help                                                                                                             “It worked really well last year,”
                                                                  them celebrate the best of all things auto-                                                                                                    Forkner said. “So, we decided to bring it
                                                                  motive on Father’s Day.                                                                                                                        back as a centerpiece this year.”
                                                                     “I think fathers and cars always go to-                                                                                                        For classic car owners, Forkner said
         Go shopping .........                                    gether, and sharing it with their kids makes                                                                                                   the first 500 will each get commemora-
                                                                  it that much better,” said Joe Forkner, an                                                                                                     tive dash plaques, and 10 to 12 trophies
         Mow yard ..........                                      organizer for the event. “There is no re-                                                                                                      will be awarded in various categories,
         Go to Web site                                           strictions on cars, so there will be new                                                                                                       like top five best vehicles.
                                                                  ones, old ones and all sorts of stuff.                                                                                                            The day culminates with a parade of
         of the week ......                                          “Besides, you’re not going to get                                                                                                           cars at 3 p.m., down Front Street, west
                                                                  through downtown very fast, so why not                                                                                                         on Sunset, north on Newport to state
             www.stupid.tv                                        stick around?” he asked.                                                                                                                       Route 900, and then back down Gilman
                                                                     Fenders on Front Street debuted in                                                                                                          Boulevard, when the drivers are then
                                                                  2005 with overwhelming participation.                                                                                                  FILE    free to go their separate ways.
                                                                  Nearly 800 cars lined the street and filled     Issaquah’s main drag is closed to modern-day traffic and devoted to restored and classic          “I’m ready to see the whole of Front
                                                                  parking lots at XXX Rootbeer Drive-in           cars and pedestrians during the Fenders on Front Street Car Show and Cruise.                   Street filled up with cars and not having
                                                                  and other restaurants, according to                                                                                                            room enough to walk down the street,
                                                                  Forkner.                                          Live music by Kaleidoscope School of          tor for Kaleidoscope. “These student           because so many people came to look at
                                                                     Unfortunately, it rained the second          Music bands Zero Side Effects, Trace,           bands range in age from sixth-graders to       them,” Forkner said. “This will really
                                                                  year and only about 200 cars showed.            Don’t Call Me Ben, Electric Foot, Divide by     adults, and they play a huge variety of        give people a chance who have never
                                                                  Last year, extreme heat brought only 400        Zeroes and Area 52 will provide smooth          music. It is a very great opportunity for      been down to Issaquah to get a chance to
Need to spend some time doing something fun to                    participants to the show.                       tunes to cruise to beginning at 9:20 a.m.       them to show what they can do, espe-           experience a lot of different pieces of it at
rest your brain while at work? Check out the                         “But even with 400 cars, we still had        and continuing throughout the day.              cially since they have been practicing all     one time.”
videos at Stupid TV. Song and other                               1,000 people attend,” Forkner said.               The bands will play on the Kaleido-           winter.”
parodies, cartoons, commercials and                       Have
general silliness abound.                               a rec-       Crazy weather hasn’t stopped organiz-        scope stage just north of Alder and Front         If music isn’t enough to entice you to       Reach Reporter Chantelle Lusebrink at 392-6434,
Choose from 100 funny                               ommenda-      ers, though, and they’re more deter-            streets, near the Bicycle Center.               come down for the event, how about             ext. 241, or clusebrink@isspress.com. Reach
channels, including Do                        tion for Web site   mined than ever to put on a great show.           “This is the fourth year and we will          food? The Eagles Lodge will cook break-        Reporter David Hayes at 392-6434, ext. 237, or
Unto Others.                             of the week? Send it        And this year, there are more attrac-        feature live music all day long on our          fast and Front Street restaurants like         dhayes@isspress.com. Comment on this story at
                                     to editor@isspress.com.      tions than ever.                                own stage,” said Charles McCrone, direc-        Stan’s Bar-B-Q, Fischer Meats, Flying Pie      www.issaquahpress.com.
                                      CLASS OF
                            2009



                                                       CONGRATULATIONS



Commencement Ceremonies — June 9, 2009, Safeco Field
           ALL PHOTOS BY ADAM ESCHBACH
         C2     • Wednesday, June 17, 2009                                                             The Issaquah Press

                                                                                    Senior class officers          Ariel Hagen
                          “My key to maintaining a high level                       President Courtney Lester      Kyle Hansen
                                                                                                                                                           “Incredible resiliency — living on half of a

ISSAQUAH                     of success was time management
                           and organization. Learning to suc-
                               cessfully balance academics, ex-
                             tracurricular activities, and sleep
                                                                                    Vice President Katy Abel
                                                                                    Secretary Dan Gibbs
                                                                                    Treasurer Jenna Tollefson

                                                                                    Valedictorians
                                                                                    Courtney Lester,
                                                                                                                   Haida Ikeda
                                                                                                                   Stephen Jacobson
                                                                                                                   Karen Kim
                                                                                                                   Thomas Koho
                                                                                                                   Maxwell Kolden
                                                                                                                   Tanika Ladd
                                                                                                                   Michelle Lee
                                                                                                                                                       campus, locker rooms in locker bays, sporting
                                                                                                                                                      events off campus, music, yoga, art, shop all in
                                                                                                                                                     regular classrooms. Through it all they have not
                                                                                    Taryn Ohashi                   Courtney Lester
                                                    was imperative!”                Daniel Yang                    Vesal Mahanian                      only survived but prevailed. Their attitude has
                              — Valedictorian Courtney Lester                                                      Heather Maurer
                                                                                    Distinguished graduates        Emily McCuen                              been one of optimism and they have had
                                                                                    3.75 to 4.0 GPA                Kristen Meacham
                             “In order to maintain a high level of
                                                                                    Kathryn Abel                   Heather Morris                                    tremendous fun along the way.”
                                                                                    Samia Ahmed                    Erin Nicol
                         success, I had to grudgingly accept that                   Cameron Alavi                  Katherine Nisbet                                          — Principal Paula Phelps
                                                                                    Nathan Balkman                 Taryn Ohashi
                            sleep is overrated. More importantly                    Molly Bankson                  David Primrose
                                                                                    Nicholas Bannon                Milica Radic
                              however, I am consistently thinking                   Nicole Beck                    Alexandra Rawlings
                                                                                    Erica Berthold                 Elliot Rockow
                            how each individual task could affect                   Kyle Bichich                   Larry Schneider Jr.
                         my future. This really fuels my drive to                   Sarah Bonebright               Kayla Schwisow
                                                                                    Peter Brook                    Kimberly Sekijima
                                                  ultimately succeed.”              Terra Brown                    Alexander Severin
                                                                                    Alexander Cartmell             Ann-Marie Stickler
                                 — Valedictorian Taryn Ohashi                       Kelly Chandler                 Ryan Tiernan
                                                                                    Chanwei Chang                  Deven Tokuno
                                                                                    Seung Choi                     Jenna Tollefson
                           “My favorite memories of high school                     Tara Cohen                     Elaine Tran
                                                                                    Emily Comfort                  Peter Tseng
                           are the dinners I had with my friends                    Kyle Corbitt                   Jade Van Wieringen
                               after a hard day at school. Nothing                  Emily David                    Jessica Veksler
                                                                                    Eric Do                        Alexander Whan
                         beats relaxing, reflecting, and relieving                  Laura Dong                     Michael Woo
                                                                                    Nicole Gillett                 Jason Yakabu
                           stress with a close group of buddies.”                   Grayson Gillin                 Daniel Yang
                                   — Valedictorian Daniel Yang                      Jadeyn Glauser                 Jordan Yip




                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Above, Kevin
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Baker rises out
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         of his chair in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         support of a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         fellow class-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         mate. At left,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         walking down
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         the warning
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         track at Safeco
    Student                                                                                                                                                                                                              Field, two
    speaker                                                                                                                                                                                                              Issaquah sen-
     Austin                                                                                                                                                                                                              iors salute the
      O’Neil                                                                                                                                                                                                             crowd.
  addresses
         his
classmates.




                                                                                            Sean Stuby hugs Assistant Principal Julie Bamba after receiving
                                                                                            his diploma.




Above, Ryan Mix gives Jordan Koppel a hug after graduation. At right, Stephan
Sukhabut lends his cap to his little sister Sydney outside Safeco Field after graduation.
                                                                                                                                                              Kayla Schwisow receives a teddy bear from her mom Ronda.
                                                                                                  The Issaquah Press                                                           Wednesday, June 17, 2009 •                C3

                         “In my mind, the key to success is                   Senior class officers           Lisa Christensen
                                                                                                                                            “I have always been impressed by their sense of


LIBERTY
                                                                              President Roxanne Hilby         Betsy Collins
                     simply determination. While at times                     Vice President Joshua Heflin    Ngoc-Khuyen Do
                                                                                                                                            uniqueness and creativity. This shows in classes,
                                                                              Secretary Kathryn McGuire       Nathan Egge
                       the ever-increasing mountain of re-                                                    Gregory Ericksen
                        sponsibility and information thrust
                                                                              Treasurer Kirsten Ohlendorf
                                                                              Senator Kelsey Werre            Gregory Gauthier               halls, on the field, during performances, art ex-
                                                                                                              Sarah Goodman
                     upon high-school students may seem
                                                                              Senator Zach Ishimitsu
                                                                                                              Thomas Haffner                hibits, etc. They demonstrate a genuine sense of
                                                                              Valedictorian                   Roxanne Hilby
                      insurmountable, perseverance is the
                                                                              Blake Johnston
                                                                                                              Zachary Ishimitsu               being different and I hope they carry that trait
                                                                                                              Christopher Kaulia
                      means to make it through. Through-                                                      Brendan Kohrn                                           forward into the future.”
                                                                              Salutatorian
                     out my academic career, this premise                                                     Krista Lockhart

                       has helped me both inside and out-
                                                                              Lisa Christensen                Kendall Martin                                         — Principal Mike Deletis
                                                                                                              Carla Mokin
                                                                              Distinguished graduates         Kirsten Petersen
                                       side the classroom.”                   3.75 to 3.99 GPA                Rebecca Queitzsch
                        — Valedictorian Blake Johnston                         Allison Agnew                  Pedram Shokri
                                                                               Amanda Bard                    Kaylen Stix
                                                                               Alexander Bell                 Aaron Stusser
                                                                               Arthur Bennett                 Cory Volk
                         “My favorite memory from high                         Andrew Boes                    Ashley Wartena
                       school is the Spanish class trip we                     Leah Bowen                     Leslie West
                                                                               Shannon Casey                  Rachel Zimmerman
                        took to Peru. We spent nine days
                        traveling around to Lima, Cusco,
                       and the rainforest where we slept
                        in open air cabins and fell asleep
                          each night listening to parrots.”
                             — President Roxanne Hilby




                                                                              Liberty High School senior Michele Kliemann sings the
                                                                              national anthem.




Christine Carlson and Amanda Moody enjoy themselves before stepping
out on the field for graduation.




                                                                                                                                            Cory Volk plays the keyboard to the song “Still Fighting On” by Ben Folds.




                                                                           Zachary Ishimitsu raises his arms in excitement as he receives
                                                                           his diploma.




                                      Above, Christine Carlson sport-
                                        ing a different kind of shades
                                           with Daniel Wekell hovering                                                                      Exhilarated, excited and pumped are a few words to describe the emotions Liberty High
                                                                 behind.                                                                    School seniors were feeling.
                                          At right, Krystle Carlson with
                                         diploma in hand steps down
                                                         from the stage.
         C4    • Wednesday, June 17, 2009                                                           The Issaquah Press

                       “My mom’s faith in me helped me                         Senior class officers                    William Dow
                                                                                                                                                                  “I encourage you to be aware of your
                                                                               President Katherine Londgren             Jordan Faires
                   face the endless homework and stay                                                                   Rogers Feng
                                                                               Vice President Kimberly Lammers
                                                                               Secretary Lauren Hatfield                Bradley Freeman                    actions, of your statements, of your citizen-
                         awake through all-nighters, my                                                                 Jameson Gardner
SKYLINE              friends helped me laugh and forget
                                                                               Treasurer Marissa Ching
                                                                                                                        Ryan Gilchrist                     ship, of your character. According to Donny
                                                                                                                        Katrina Go
                   my stress, and my mindset of finding                        Valedictorian                            Chelsea Guenette                     Christensen, you should ‘be like the stone
                                                                               Frances Hsu                              Kelsey Haas
                    at least one good thing in every task                                                               Daryl Hansen                        skipping over clear water. You don’t know
                                                                               Salutatorian                             Alex Hanson
                         makes them seem less tedious.”                        Claire Ma                                Audrey Harker                        how many skips you’re going to get or for
                           — Valedictorian Frances Hsu                                                                  Lauren Hatfield
                                                                               Distinguished graduates                  Morganne Hatfield                    how long. What’s important is how many
                                                                               3.75 and above                           Emma Hawkins
                         “Skyline has given me a rigorous                      Lisa Abe                                 Honor Hawkins                        ripples you make and how they affect the
                                                                               Emily Alexander                          Christopher Helgeson
                      workload that has taught me how to                       Zachary Altchech                         Chia Yang Hu                         ones around you.’ You have all the power
                                                                               Adrienne Antonsen                        Emily Humphrey-Krigbaum
                      balance my time and I have learned                       Stuart Ardissono
                                                                               Anthony Beattie
                                                                                                                        Emily Hutchings
                                                                                                                        Alyssa Jackson
                                                                                                                                                           you need to impact your world. I know that
                            to prioritize school with other
                                extracurricular activities.”
                                                                               Allison Beck
                                                                               Rachel Beck
                                                                                                                        Lily Jiang
                                                                                                                        Christian Juenke
                                                                                                                                                                 your ripples will be felt far and wide.”
                      — ASB President Emily Hutchings
                                                                               Garrett Black
                                                                               Hannah Brady
                                                                                                                        Vivian Kalumbi
                                                                                                                        Colin Kamien
                                                                                                                                                                           — Principal Lisa Hechtman
                                                                               Laura Bull                               Priya Kapoor
                                                                               Preston Burk                             Connie Kim
                                                                               Greggory Busch                           Lindsey Kim                              Quinn Nakano                          Emily Seubert
                                                                               Ke’ala Cabulagan                         Jessica Klein                            Haley Neary                           Jacob Shannon
                                                                               Larson Caldwell                          William Knecht                           Rebecca Nevin                         Yuguang She
                                                                               William Chandler                         Holly Knowles                            Monica Ng                             Radu Smintina
                                                                               Zhiyuan Chen                             Jenna Kovalsky                           Alexander Ning                        Leah Spokoiny
                                                                               Heather Chesnut                          Kimberly Lammers                         Tyler Ninomura                        Anne Spung
                                                                               Marissa Ching                            Jeffrey Lestz                            Andrea Nishi                          Lauren Sullivan
                                                                               Emily Chu                                Jack Li                                  Heather Nunan                         Kelsey Tempel
                                                                               Christopher Clark                        Lauren Lieu                              Leslie Peng                           Kari Thompson
                                                                               Kevin Clark                              Soojung Lim                              Michelle Perry                        Alexa Thorsrud
                                                                               Paige Collins                            Luming Lin                               Alexandra Petroff                     Lucy Tuohy
                                                                               Jacob Colter                             Nicolos Lobb                             Samuel Pitasky                        Piper Tuohy
                                                                               Ryan Concannon                           Aaron Robert Lumpe                       Laura Pitt                            Jacqueline Uomoto
                                                                               McKenna Corlis                           Claudia Ma                               Adrian Rembold                        Victoria Wagner
                      Sam Pitasky thrusts his fists into the air as he makes   William Cottrell                         Elise McAllister                         Sarah Rizkalla                        Anna Waldren
                      his way off the field.                                   Stephan Daghofer                         Mackenzie Miller                         Kristen Robinson                      Kelly West
                                                                               Cara Davis                               Kristina Morozova                        Brittany Schlaegel                    Madison Wilson
                                                                               William Doerrfeld                        Yuxuan Mu                                Brian Schwartz                        Sean Wilson




                                                                               Above, just graduated seniors smile for pictures. Below, Britt Edlund walks up to accept her diploma.   William Doerrfeld accepts his diploma.

Valedictorian Frances Chia Yu Hsu gives a speech to her class.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Commence-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Speaker
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Isabela
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Comerford
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                gives a rous-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ing speech.




Katherine Johnson gives her mother Eleanor a hug after graduation.
                                                                                     The Issaquah Press

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                D                                                                    SPORTS                                                                                         WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 2009
                                                                                                                                                                                                   More sports/D2-3
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Classifieds/D4-5
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Schools/D6




                                          Eagles fastpitch coach Jim Magnuson resigns
                                                 BY BOB TAYLOR                 but unfortunately, it didn’t work       and reached the 3A state tourna-             Magnuson said he will miss his       coach for 27 years. He was a for-
                                                                               out.”                                   ment five times, including a run of       coaching staff, and assistant           mer assistant at Issaquah High
                                                                                  Issaquah tied with Redmond for       three consecutive years, from             head coach George Bray in par-          School. Magnuson, who teaches
                                          Jim Magnuson, who directed Is-       first place in the Crest Division       2006-2008.                                ticular.                                in the Renton district, hopes to
                                        saquah High School’s fastpitch         during the regular season, but the        “We had a pretty good run.                 “There’s none better than            coach on the Hazen football staff
                                        team to an 18-7 record in its first    Eagles’ season came to an end           That’s not bad in seven years,”           George as a coach,” he said.            this fall. He hasn’t ruled out re-
                                        season at the 4A KingCo Confer-        when they were eliminated in the        Magnuson said. “We had a lot of              Magnuson was softball coach at       turning as a fastpitch coach, but
                                        ence level, is stepping down as the    consolation finals of the league        quality kids come through the pro-        Renton’s Hazen High School for 19       said he wants to take at least two
                                        head girls fastpitch coach.            tournament.                             gram. We had a lot of good pitch-         years, serving as slowpitch coach       seasons off.
                                          “I felt it’s time,” he said. “I         Magnuson has been at Issaquah        ers. You don’t win a lot of games         before the program converted to           Issaquah athletic director
                                        wanted to stick out this season be-    for the past seven years. During        without good pitching. We defi-           fastpitch.                              Michael Bailey said the Eagles
                                        cause of the seniors on the team. I    that time, the Eagles won four 3A       nitely benefited from a good Little          In addition to coaching softball,    would be looking to fill the head
            Jim Magnuson                wanted to get another run at state,    KingCo Conference championships         League program, too.”                     Magnuson has been a football            coach position in the fall.




Inexperienced                                                                                                                                                                                            LIVESTRONG
 Lakeside still                                                                                                                                                                                          Challenge to
                                                                                                                                                                                                          go through
has high hopes                                                                                                                                                                                             Issaquah,
       BY BOB TAYLOR


  Pitching and defense have
                                       Rob Reese is optimistic about
                                       his team. He has good reason,
                                       too. Lakeside is off to a hot start
                                       this season, winning eight of its
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Sammamish
long been the strengths of the         first nine games. The club,                                                                                                                                          Look for a lot of bicyclists hit-
Lakeside Recovery Senior               made up of players from Is-                                                                                                                                       ting the streets of Issaquah and
American Legion baseball team.         saquah, Skyline and Newport                                                                                                                                       Sammamish on Father’s Day.
That appears to be the case            high schools, swept Bellevue                                                                                                                                         A portion of the June 21 Lance
again this summer for the club,        Honda last weekend, winning 3-                                                                                                                                    Armstrong Foundation’s LIVE-
which has one of its youngest          2, 11-1 and 4-3.                                                                                                                                                  STRONG Challenge, a cancer
and inexperienced rosters in              “We’re off to a good start,”                                                                                                                                   fundraising event, includes a 5-
years.                                                                                                                                                                                                   kilometer walk and run, 10-, 45-,
  Yet, like in every one of his 20                                                                                                                                                                       70- and 100-mile bike rides.
seasons as Lakeside manager,                     See LAKESIDE, Page D3                                                                                                         BY GREG FARRAR               The walk/run and the 10-mile
                                                                               Jeanine Stewart, 25, of Gig Harbor, garners applause as she wins the women’s division of the 7.6-mile Cougar              bike ride are in Seattle; the 45-
                                                                               Mountain Trail series race June 13.                                                                                       mile route goes along the south-
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ern portion of Lake Washington.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         The 70-mile course goes through

                                                                               Seattle runner wins his second                                                                                            Newcastle, Southeast May Valley
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Road, Issaquah-Hobart Road and
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Newport Way before heading to


                                                                                Cougar Mountain Trail event                                                                                              the Cougar Mountain Zoo and
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Bellevue’s Lakemont neighbor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                         hood. The 100-mile route includes
                                                                                                                                                                                                         a trek along Tiger Mountain Road
                                                                                                                                                                                                         and a loop around Lake Sam-
                                                                                 Gig Harbor athlete                                                                                                      mamish.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            The event, inspired by cyclist
                                                                               wins women’s division                                                                                                     Lance Armstrong, encourages
                                                                                                                                                                                                         people of all ages and physical
                                                                                       BY JIM FEEHAN                                                                                                     abilities to participate and raise
                                                                                                                                                                                                         money for cancer survivors.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            “There are currently 12 million
                                                                                 Ben Haber, of Seattle, is                                                                                               cancer survivors in the United
                                                                               halfway toward claiming all four                                                                                          States and 28 million worldwide,”
                                                                               Cougar Mountain Trail races after                                                                                         Doug Ulman, president and CEO
                                                                               winning the 7.6-mile run June                                                                                             of the Lance Armstrong Founda-
                                                                               13.                                                                                                                       tion said in a news release. “The
                                                                                 He finished the course in 53                                                                                            lack of post-cancer medical care
                                                                               minutes, 20 seconds, nearly a full                                                                                        leaves a staggering number of
                                                                               minute faster than the second-                                                                                            people without support.”
                                                                               place finisher. Last month, Haber                                                                                            The event begins at 7 a.m. at
                                                                               won the 5-mile trail run with a                                                                                           the Seattle Center. Food, water
                                                                               time of 33:10.                                                                                                            and first aid stations will be pro-
                                                                                 “I’ve been running hard the                                                                                             vided on Issaquah-Hobart Road
                                                                               last few months trying TO get in                                                                                          near the city limits, on Issaquah-
                                                                               shape and these are great races                                                                                           Hobart Road south of May Valley
                                                                               to get in shape,” said Haber, a                                                                                           Road and near Marymoor Park in
                                                                               member of the Seattle Running                                                                   BY GREG FARRAR            Redmond.
                                                                               Club’s cross country running                                                                                                 The Seattle event is the first of
                                                                                                                      Ben Haber kicks into a higher gear for the last hundred yards to win the
                                                                               team.                                                                                                                     four scheduled around the U.S.
                                                                                                                      7.6-mile Cougar Mountain Trail series race June 13, making him two-for-two
                                                                                 Each fall, the team competes in      with two races remaining this summer.                                              Other cities hosting the LIVE-
                                                                               local, regional and national                                                                                              STRONG Challenge in 2009 in-
                                                                               meets.                                 some distance between you and          put on a surge, I think it helps            clude San Jose, Calif.; Philadel-
                                                                     FILE        Footing is important in trail        the other runners, Haber said.                                                     phia and Austin, Texas. Learn
Adrian Sampson pitches a complete game last year for Lakeside Recovery         runs as opposed to a traditional         “It helps get out of sight of the                                                more at www.livestrongchal-
against Red Lion.                                                              road race. It also helps to put        other runners,” he said. “If you                  See TRAIL   RUN, Page D2         lenge.org.




Three locals taken in MLB amateur draft                                                                                    Trout Unlimited, others ‘tagging’ lake fish
        BY BOB TAYLOR                   the West Coast Conference all-
                                        league team. This season, Justice
                                                                               who has three former players in
                                                                               the minor leagues (Colin Curtis,
                                                                                                                           to better understand endangered salmon
                                        notched wins over All-                 Matt Wickswat and Lindsay Gulin),                                                                                                             was then made
                                                                                                                                                                           THE F ISH
                                                                                                                                BY DALLAS CROSS
   Three local baseball players         American pitchers Mario Hol-           said he is happy for Justice.                                                                                                                 to a pick-up
were selected in the Major League       lands, of the University of Califor-     “He’s a big strong guy who can                                                                                                              boat to which
Baseball Draft of amateur baseball
players last week.
                                        nia Santa Barbara, and A.J. Grif-
                                        fen, of San Diego State.
                                                                               throw real well,” Reese said.
                                                                               “We’re happy he got drafted and
                                                                                                                             If you listen carefully with your
                                                                                                                          head underwater or place a sonic
                                                                                                                                                                           J OURNAL                                          the fish was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             transferred and
   Selected during day two of the         Before coming to St. Mary’s,         wish him well.”                            microphone in Lake Sammamish,                                                                      ferried to a fish
three-day draft on June 10 were         Justice pitched two seasons for          Peterson, who has a scholar-             you might hear some clicking fad-                                                                  biologist’s work
Issaquah High School graduate           Idaho’s Treasure Valley College,       ship to the University of Wash-            ing in and out.                                                                                    station on
Brian Justice, a right-handed           compiling a 11-1 mark. He was          ington, was the 3A/2A KingCo                  No, it isn’t freshwater subma-        the public initiated a program to                         shore.
pitcher for St. Mary’s College in       sidelined during the 2007 season       Conference player of the year. He          rine sonar. The clicks are from          tag several fish species in the                              At the work
California, and Liberty High            because of an injury, but              led the Patriots to the league             acoustic tags emitting informa-          lake. Although partially sup-             Dallas Cross    station, fish
School infielder Eric Peterson.         bounced back in 2008 for St.           championship and a berth in the            tion from fish recently caught and       ported by a grant, funds still are                        were examined
Justice was picked by the               Mary’s.                                state playoffs. Peterson also              released. Tagging was conducted          needed to complete the project.                           and fitted with
Toronto Blue Jays and Peterson            “I couldn’t be more proud of         slugged a school-record 12 home            by a task team led by the Belle-         The local Trout Unlimited chapter      an acoustic device that broad-
was chosen by the Kansas City           Brian,” St. Mary’s coach Jedd Soto     runs this spring. Last weekend,            vue-Issaquah chapter of Trout            has initiated an “Adopt a Koka-        casts continuously. After holding
Royals.                                 said. “From his work ethic and de-     he played in the Washington                Unlimited working with the King          nee” fund raising program de-          fish overnight to assure their fit-
   Skyline High School graduate         velopment, to the way he bounced       State Coaches Association All-             County Department of Resources,          scribed on its Web site, www.tu-       ness, they were released back
Brad Decater, shortstop and out-        back from Tommy John surgery, to       star series.                               the state Department of Fish and         bi.org.                                into the lake for monitoring.
fielder for California’s Cuesta Col-    be our Friday guy was real spe-          Decater hit .330 for Cuesta              Wildlife and the Save Lake Sam-             I recently joined volunteers and       Listening monitors have been
lege, was drafted June 11 by the        cial. Due to his location, he should   College and helped his team win            mamish organization.                     kokanee sponsors to fish for           strategically placed in the lake to
Baltimore Orioles.                      have a smooth transition to the        the Western State Conference                  In a continuing effort to under-      kokanee and cutthroat trout in         record the position of each tagged
   Justice was the staff ace for St.    minors.”                               championship. He led the team              stand different life-cycle elements      Lake Sammamish with barbless           fish and its ambient temperature.
Mary’s this spring, compiling ca-         Justice pitched on Issaquah’s        in runs batted in (60) and tied            of the possibly endangered koka-         hooks. When a fish was caught, it
reer highs for victories (6) and        2004 3A state championship team.       for the team-lead in home runs             nee salmon-trout, Trout Unlim-           was placed in a container with
strikeouts (58). He was selected to     Issaquah High coach Rob Reese,         (7).                                       ited volunteers and members of           aerated water. A cell phone call                   See TAGGING, Page D2
D2 • Wednesday, JUNE 17, 2009                                                                                                                            The Issaquah Press


                     S COREBOARD
                                                                                                                       stroke: 4, Mackey 3:14.51; 16, Collons 3:38.91; 17,           Nolan Hoover (IST) 1:10.12; 10, Ben Gore (IST) 1:11.20;
                                                                                                                       Sophia Davis (IST) 3:39.13; 18, Mossman 2:39.65. 50           13, Connor Brooughton (IST) 1:13.06; 15, Jackson
                                                                                                                       butterfly: 4, Mackey 34.25; 5, Briggs 34.28; 10, Newton
                                                                                                                       37.27; 11, Brunings 37.30; 20, Clark 38.45. 100 butter-
                                                                                                                       fly: 1, Mackey 1:15.27; 7, Briggs 1:19.27; 15, Brunings
                                                                                                                       1:28.16; 17, Newton 1:30.10.
                                                                                                                            200 individual medley: 4, Kosykh 2:48.04; 8, Briggs
                                                                                                                                                                                     Berman (IST) 1:14.40. 400 freestyle: 6, Gore 5:23.78; 8,
                                                                                                                                                                                     Berman 5:33.59; 11, Elliot Schwinn 5:39.96. 800
                                                                                                                                                                                     freestyle: 3, Klatt 10:50.60; 8, Benjamin Nussbaum (IST)
                                                                                                                                                                                     12:00.95; 9, Hoover 12:12.89; 10, Keith Nussbaum
                                                                                                                                                                                     (IST) 12:28.55. 1,500 freestyle: 7, Broughton 22:05.97.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     SPORTS CALENDAR
                                                           (Issaquah) 5-2.                                             2:54.36; 16, Newton 3:04.57; 17, Brunings 3:05.53;                 50 backstroke: 2, Hoover 36.23; 4, B. Nussbaum
Youth baseball                                                 Strikeouts: Adrian Sampson (Skyline) 63, Shane          27, Schwinn 3:13.94. 400 individual medley: 1, Mackey         38.44; 8, Gore 39.88; 12, Berman 41.34. 100 back-              Adult Sports                                     players, ages 7-10. There is another session
                                                                                                                       5:52.86; 4, Briggs 6:06.08; 6, Kosykh 6:07.67; 10,            stroke: 4, Hoover 1:18.98; 5, Klatt 1:19.40; 11, B.                                                             July 6-9 for ages 11-14. Call 837-3350.
   Senior American Legion                                  Yarnell (Issaquah) 60, Christian Kaiser (Lake                                                                                                                                            Issaquah Alps Trail Club
                                                           Washington) 55, Blake Fulghum (Skyline) 55, Sean            Mossman 6:52.67.                                              Nussbaum 1:24.98; 12, Broughton 1:26.30. 200 back-                                                                  Swim lessons at Julius Boehm Pool
    June 12 Game                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        June 20, 9 a.m., Greenway Days’
                                                           Gilman (Garfield) 53, Mac Acker (Redmond) 51.                    13-14                                                    stroke: 3, Gore 2:54.42; 4, Berman 2:59.00.
    LAKESIDE 3, BELLEVUE HONDA 2
                                                                                                                            50 freestyle: 1, Katie Kinnear (IST) 28.37; 3, Kayla          50 breaststroke: 3, Benjamin Cape (IST) 44.80. 100        Mount Si Hike, 8 miles, 3,500 gain. Call         — Register online, at the pool or by
    Jackson and Madson; Colin Hering, Peyton Harrod            Earned run average: Brian McAfee (Bothell) 0.89,
                                                           Christian Kaiser (Lake Washington) 1.66, Adrian             Flaten 30.04; 4, Stacy Maier (IST) 30.28; 23, Olivia Ryan     breaststroke; 3, B. Nussbaum 1:35.28; 6, Broughton
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    281-8465 ... June 20, 9:30 a.m., Coal            phone at 837-3350 with a Visa or
(6) and Devin O’Donnell. W: Harrod (1-0), L: Jackson.
                                                           Sampson (Skyline) 1.85, Dyan Davis (Redmond) 2.05,          (IST) 33.65; 24, Anna-Linea Johansson (IST) 33.02; 25,        1:36.84; 7, K. Nussbaum 1:37.27; 12, Connor Schwinn                                                             Mastercard.
2B: Tam Sing (L), Hering (L), Spencer Rogers (L).                                                                                                                                                                                                   Creek Trail, 6 miles, 600 gain. Call 453-
                                                           Obadiah Taylor (Inglemoor) 2.07, Shane Yarnell              Hayley Magee (IST) 34.30; 30, Madeline Wick (IST)             (IST) 1:39.38.
    Lakeside highlights: Rogers 2-3, Hering 2-3, 2 RBIs;                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Wrestling camp — June 29-July 3, 9
                                                           (Issaquah) 2.36, Nick Palewicz (Ballard) 2.36, Austin       35.19.                                                             50 butterfly: 2, Hoover 34.33; 5, Gore 35.23; 6, B.       8997 ... June 21, 9:30 a.m., Cougar
Trace Tam Sing 2-4, 2 runs.
                                                           O’Neil (Issaquah) 2.48.                                          100 freestyle: 1, Kinnear 1:00.45; 4, Maier 1:02.63;     Nussbaum 36.09; 9, E. Schwinn 37.92; 10, Broughton
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mountain, Red Town to DeLeo Wall, 5              a.m.-2:30 p.m., Skyline Commuter
                                                                                                                       5, Flaten 1:03.07; 8, Maria Volodkevich (IST) 1:04.67;        38.42; 12, Klatt 38.79; 15, K. Nussbaum 39.55. 100                                                              Camp features Olympic Silver Medalist
    June 13 Games
    LAKESIDE 11, BELLEVUE HONDA 1
                                                                                                                       21, Cassie Burgess (IST) 1:09.96; 22, Becca Fabian (IST)      butterfly: 5, Hoover 1:21.54; 8, Broughton 1:27.76; 9, K.      miles, 800 gain. Call 392-6660 ... June
    Bellevue Honda 001 000 – 1 3 2                         Prep softball                                               1:10.64; 23, Shanley Miller (IST) 1:10.82; 31, Ryan           Nussbaum 1:29.17; 10, E. Schwinn 1:29.19.                      21, Cougar Mountain, Coal Creek loop, 4          Sammie Henson at Skyline High School
                                                                                                                       1:13.24; 32, Kennedi Norris (IST) 1:13.74; 36, H. Magee            200 individual medley: 4, Gore 2:51.36; 5, Hoover                                                          for boys and girls grades 6-12. For
    Lakeside         130 223 – 11 13 0                        4A KingCo Conference                                     1:14.62; 42, Johansson 1:16.11.                               2:52.93; 9, B. Nussbaum 2:58.09; 11, Broughton                 miles, 200 gain. Call 746-0709 ... June
    Andsdell, Coye (6) and Griffin; Shane Yarnell and          FINAL LEAGUE LEADERS                                         1.500 freestyle: 2, Flaten 19:51.47; 3, Elise Tinseth    2:59.03; 14, Berman 3:02.44; 19, E. Schwinn 3:09.41.           24, 9:30 a.m., Squak Mountain, Crystal           application, go to
Kyle Sutherland. W: Yarnell, L: Ansdell. 2B: Trace Tam         Batting Avg.: Rogin Hardy (Lake Washington) .528,                                                                                                                                                                                     www.shs.issaquah.wednet.edu/athletics
                                                                                                                       (IST) 20:10.01; 4, Stephanie Munoz (IST) 20:13.75; 6,         400 individual medley: 4, Klatt 6:01.11; 6, Broughton
Sing (L) 2. HR: Tam Sing (L).                              Olivia Turner (Garfield) .500, Maggie Wagner                Andi Scarcello (IST) 20:41.76; 7, Kayla DiMicco (IST)         6:13.04; 7, E. Schwinn 6:16.50.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Creek and Eastridge Trails, 5 miles,
    Lakeside highlights: Tam Sing 4-4, 3 RBIs, 3 runs;                                                                                                                                                                                              1,200 gain. Call 453-8997 ... June 26,           or call 285-2314.
                                                           (Woodinville) .487, Isabelle Batayola (Roosevelt) .487,     21:03.30; 8, Sarah Elderkin (IST) 2:26.53; 11, Miller              13-14
Jared Fisher 2-3, 1 RBI; Victor King 3-3, 1 RBI, 2 runs;   Lindsey Sullivan (Woodinville) .457, Diana Hermansen                                                                                                                                                                                          Baseball — June 23-24, 9-11:30
                                                                                                                       22:12.89.                                                          50 freestyle: 10, Paul Jett (IST) 30.29. 100 freestyle:   9:30 a.m., Dogs Welcome Hike, 4-5
Shawn Ellis 2 RBIs, Yarnell CG, 3 Ks.                      (Roosevelt) .444, Tanika Ladd (Issaquah) .438, Kaaren            50 backstroke: 1, Elderkin 35.20; 5, Tinseth 37.37; 6,   22, Lucas Ung (IST) 1:09.25. 1,500 freestyle: 1, Ben                                                            a.m., Seattle Mariners hold a pitching
                                                           Hatlen (Woodinville) .417, Katie Engelbecht                 Scarcelllo 37..42; 9, DiMicco 37.82; 10, Taylor Pearlstein    Allen (IST) 18:20.98; 7, Austin Melody (IST) 20:15.24; 9,      miles, 800-1,000 gain. Call 206-322-
     LAKESIDE 4, BELLEVUE HONDA 3                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    camp for players 7-13 at Beaver Lake
     Bellevue Honda 201 000 0 – 3 6 1
                                                           (Woodinville) .409, Molly Nelson (Issaquah) .407,           (IST) 38.06; 11, Munoz 38.46; 13, Jessie Dart (IST)           Jett 20:31.25.                                                 1535 ... June 27, 9:30 a.m., Rattlesnake
                                                           Britta BcComber (Bothell) .407, Brittanee Randle            38.80; 14, Fabian 39.07; 17, Libby Kaczmarek (IST)                 50 backstroke: 1, Allen 31.98; 5, Ung 36.05; 6,                                                            Park. Call 800-222-8152 ... June 30-
     Lakeside         010 210 x – 4 7 0                    (Skyline) .405, Erin Tsutsumato (Newport) .400, Anna
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Lake, 5 miles, 1,400 gain. Call 837-
                                                                                                                       41.28; 33, Chandler Nelson (IST) 49.71.                       Melody 36.14. 100 backstroke: 4, Allen 1:08.67; 12,                                                             July 2, 10-noon, Field of Champions
     Narby and Griffin; Jared Fisher, Cole Wiper (7) and   McGowan (Roosevelt) .383, Jenny Rutherford                                                                                                                                               1535.
                                                                                                                            100 backstroke: 1, Kinnear 1:08.04; 5, Maier             Ung 1:17.84. 200 backstroke: 1, Allen 2:26.57. 50
Devin O’Donnell. W: Fisher, L: Narby. Sv: Wiper.           (Inglemoor) .370, Ellen Bogardus (Bothell) .370,                                                                                                                                                                                          camp for catchers, ages 8-12, Call 222-
     Lakeside highlights: Spencer Rogers 2-3, Shawn
                                                                                                                       1:12.62; 6, Volodkevich 1:15.63; 8, Elderkin 1:16.81;         breaststroke: 2, Melody 36.36; 3, Allen 37.07; 4, Jett         Cascade Bicycle Club
                                                           Briana Kasting (Bothell) .370, Briana Bray (Issaquah)       10, Abby Magee (IST) 1:17.72; 12, Munoz 1:19.22; 13,          38.45. 200 breaststroke: 1, Allen 2:47.19; 2, Melody                                                            6020.
Ellis 2-3, Sean Penberthy 2 RBIs, Fisher 6 IP Ks.
                                              ,            .359, Katie Salvatore (Inglemoor) .357, Jessica Barry       DiMicco 1:19.27; 14, Yui Umezawa (IST) 1:19.32; 19,           2:47.62; 10, Jett 3:02.01.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        June 18, 6:30 p.m., Eastside Tour,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    20-30 miles, from Marymoor Tennis                   Basketball — July 7-10, 10 a.m.-2
                                                           (Newport) .349.                                             Flaten 1:20.96; 27, Pearlstein 1:24.23. 200 backstroke:            50 butterfly: 3, Jett 32.41; 4, Melody 32.65; 10, Ung
   Pony League                                                 Runs batted in: Kenna Olsen (Issaquah) 21,              1, Kinnear 2:29.57; 4, A. Magee 2:44.75; 5, Tinseth           35.68; 22, Connor Biehl (IST) 39.05. 100 butterfly: 7,         Courts. Call 392-1347 ... June 20, 8:30          p.m., the Skyllne High School girls bas-
    Issaquah Indians 13, Mercer Island Islanders 3         Lindsey Sullivan (Woodinville) 21, Laura Bachman            2:44.87; 7, Munoz 2:47.17; 8, DiMicco 2:48.07; 9,             Allen 1:11.69; 8, Jett 1:16.40. 200 individual medley: 7,                                                       ketball program holds a camp for girls,
(Indians highlights: Darlington 1-2, 2 RBIs; Hedman 1-     (Eastlake) 20, Molly Nelson (Issaquah) 19, Kaaren           Elderkin 2:49.19; 10, Umezawa 2:49.30; 14, Miller             Melody 2:36.83; 8, Jett 2:39.30; 17, Ung 2:48.55. 400          a.m., Ramrod Training from Lewis Creek
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     entering the third grade through the
2, 1 RBI; Letourneau 1-2, 1 RBI; Burge 2-3, 2 2Bs, 3       Hatlen (Woodinville) 17, Sara Aasness (Lake                 2:5.20.                                                       individual medley: 1, Allen 5:12.08; 6, Melody 5:33.81;        Park, 85-90 miles. Call 392-1347 ...
RBIs; Min 2-3, 1 RBI; Meyer 1-2, 2 Rbis; WP Meyer 7        Washington) 14, Rhianna Stepler-Camp (Inglemoor)                 50 breaststroke: 2, Scarcello 37.58 7, Tinseth 40.07;    9, Jett 5:49.24.                                                                                                ninth grade in the fall. Players will work
IP 12 Ks, 1 BB, 0 ER).
  ,                                                        14, Lauren Nabseth (Redmond) 14, Ellen Bogardus
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    June 20, 10 a.m., Fall City to Rattlesnake
                                                                                                                       8, Dart 40.35; 10, Fabian 42.04; 11, Miller 42.85; 12,             15-and-over                                                                                                on basketball offensive and defensive
    Issaquah Indians 4, Mercer Island Islanders 3          (Bothell) 14, Erin Tsutsumoto (Newport) 14.                 Munoz 43.85; 23, Kim Meacham (IST) 42.79. 100                      50 freestyle: 6, Logan Briggs (IST) 27.48; 10, Austin     Lake, from Fall City Share the Ride lot,
(Indians highlights: Garner 1-3, 1 RBI; Darlington 1-3,        Runs scored: Maggie Wagner (Woodinville) 20,                                                                                                                                                                                          fundamentals, play games and compete
                                                                                                                       breaststroke: 3, Flaten 1:23.29; 4, Scarcello 1:24.87; 9,     Briggs (IST) 27.93; 17, Jack Taylor (BC) 28.40. 100            35 miles. Call 206-363-9964 ... July 20,
GW RBI; Letourneau 1-3, Horiuchi 1-2, 1 RBI; Min 1-3,      Katie Englebrecht (Woodinville0 17, Kyalu McMuller          Maier 1:28.58; 10, Dart 1:29.04; 12, Miller 1:30.89; 20,      freestyle: 8, Michael Rochford (IST) 59.23; 14, L. Briggs                                                       in a variety of contests for awards.
3B: Meyer 1-2, 1 run; WP Griffith 3 IP 1 K; Lindberg 2
                                       ,                   (Lake Washington) 17, Rogin Hardy (Lake Washington)         Norris 1:34.38. 200 breaststroke: 4, Scarcello 3:01.30;       1:00.15; 27, A. Briggs 1:01.89; 32, Peter Trahms (IST)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    10:15 a.m., Ironhorse Trail, from trailhead
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Register at www.skylinegirlshoops.com.
IP 5 Ks).
  ,                                                        14, Lindsey Sullivan (Woodinville) 14, Kelly Richards       7, Dart 3:10.88; 9, Fabian 3:11.60; 13, DiMicco               1:02.83. 400 freestyle: 9, Skyler Kersten (BC) 4:43.55;        at Rattlesnake Lake, 40 miles. Call 206-
    Issaquah Indians 12, Issaquah Raptors 11               (Issaquah) 14.                                              3:16.69; 19, Umezawa 3:26.11.                                 19, Luke Duschl (BC) 4:53.21. 800 freestyle: 12, A.                                                                Wrestling — June 29-July 3, 9 a.m.-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    525-2366.
(Indians highlights: Garner 3-3, 2 RBIs; Darlington 3-3,       Doubles: Kenna Olsen (Issaquah) 8, Maggie                    50 butterfly: 2, DiMicco 33.26; 4, A. Magee 33.50; 5,    Briggs 1:34.19. 1,500 freestyle: 3, L. Briggs 17:50.26; 4,                                                      2:30 p.m., Skyline Commuter Wrestling
3 RBIs; Letourneau 1-3, 1 RBI; Meyer 1-3, 1 RBI;           Wagner (Woodinville) 7, Lindsey Sullivan (Woodinville)      Munoz 34.06; 6, Scarcello 34.18; 8, Umezawa 34.28;            Trahms 18:28.31; 5, Kersten 18:45.84.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Running
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Camp at Skyline High School for boys
Lindberg 1-3, 1 RBI; Horiuchi 1-2, Burge 2-3, 2 RBIs;      6, Britta McComber (Bothell) 6, Lindsey Nicholson           12, Pearlstein 35.10; 13, Elderkin 35.60; 14, Kaczmarek            100 backstroke: 1, Rochford 1:05.28; 5, L. Briggs             July 21, 9 a.m., Cougar Mountain
Min 1-3, Ivey 1-3, GW RBI; WP Griffith, Meyer 6.2 IP 4
                                                    ,      (Skyline) 5, Lindsey Cristobal (Redmond) 5, Anya            35.66; 15, H. Magee 36.07; 16, Norris 36.28; 17,              1:07.10; 16, Taylor 1:10.31; 24, Trahms 1:15.13; 25, A.                                                         and girls grades 6-12. Olympic Silver
Ks, 0 BBs).                                                Kamber (Skyline) 5, Diana Hermansen (Roosevelt) 5,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Trails Run, 10 miles, at Sky Country trail-
                                                                                                                       Cassie Burgess 37.03; 25, Bri Leung 38.18; 37, Wick           Briggs 1:15.90. 100 breaststroke: 4, Trahms 1:18.88.                                                            Medalist and two-time NCAA champion
    Bothell Gators 12, Issaquah Indians 11 (Indians        Rhianna Stepler-Camp (Inglemoor) 5.                         42.28; 48, Nelson 1:10.39. 100 butterfly: 1, Kinnear          200 breaststroke: 5, Trahms 2:45.82; 9, L. Briggs              head. Register online at www.Active.com.
highlights: Darlington 1-3, 1 RBI; Letourneau 1-3, 1           W-L pct.: Briana Bray (Issaquah) 4-0, 1.000;                                                                                                                                                                                          Sammie Henson headlines the camp.
                                                                                                                       1:04.14; 4, Flaten 1:13.61; 7, Munoz 1:15.38; 10,             2:50.75; 16, Kersten 3:01.38; 18, Duschl 3:02.81.              Golf tournament
RBI; Meyer 2-3, 2 runs; Griffith 2-2, Burge 2-3, 2 RBIs;   Janesse Johnson 4-0, Carmen Mowry (Bothell) 3-0,            Tinseth 1:16.67; 11, DiMicco 1:17.01; 15, H. Magee                 50 butterfly: 11, A. Briggs 29.81; 24, Taylor 31.37.                                                       For further information, go to
Horiuchi 2-3, HR, 2B, 4 RBIs; Hedman 1-2).                 Emily Graves (Redmond) 2-0, Serena Norris (Eastlake)                                                                                                                                         Aug. 8, 8:30 a.m., Eagles No. 3054 Golf
                                                                                                                       1:19.44; 17, Umezawa 1:19.70. 200 butterfly: 1, Kinnear       100 butterfly: 12, Trahms 1:09.22; 13. Taylor 1:09.31;                                                          www.shs.issaquah.wednet.edu/athletics
    Issaquah Indians 6, Issaquah Grizzlies 1 (Indians      2-0, Christina Ho (Redmond) 2-0; Maria Gau                  2:22.55; 4, Flaten 2:43.45; 5, Maier 2:44.11; 8,              14, L. Briggs 1:10.67; 22, A. Briggs 1:14.12. 200 butter-      Classic at Lake Wilderness Golf Course.
highlights: Chamberlain 1-2, 1 RBI; Darlington 1-3, 1      (Woodinville) 7-1, Kaaren Hatlen (Woodinville) 7-1,         Volodkevich 2:49.71; 11, Tinseth 2:55.59.                     fly: 5, Rochford 2:27.38; 14, Duschl 2:45.68; 16,                                                               or call 285-2314.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Prizes awarded for long drive, closest to pin,
RBI; Letourneau 1-3, 2B, 1 RBI; Horiuchi 1-2, Burge 1-     Erika Hendron (Redmond) 9-3, Mikenzie Voves                      200 individual medley: 8, Scarcello 2:45.23; 11, Dart    Kersten 2:50.41. 200 individual medley; 3, L. Briggs
3, Min 1-3, WP Lindberg 7 IP 10 Ks, 1 hit, 0 ER).
                               ,                           (Issaquah) 9-3, Rhianna Stepler-Camp (Inglemoor) 5-2.                                                                                                                                    holes in one, and putting. For further infor-
    Issaquah Indians 7, Seattle Redhawks 6 (Indians            Earned run average: Mikenzie Voves (Issaquah)
                                                                                                                       2:47.50; 15, Fabian 2:49.51; 16, Miller 2:49.60; 18, A.
                                                                                                                       Magee 2:49.12; 19, Umezawa 2:49.92; 27, Pearlstein
                                                                                                                                                                                     2:27.21; 5, Trahms 2:30.01; 21, A. Briggs 2:47.59.
                                                                                                                                                                                          Mixed Relays                                              mation, go to www.lakewildernessgc.com.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Youth baseball
highlights: Garner 3-3, HR, 2B, 4 RBIs; Darlington 2-3,    0.16; Kaaren Hatlen (Woodinville) 0.28, Erika Hendron       2;:57.21; 28, Norris 2:59.69; 29, Burgess 3:01.38. 400             8-and-under                                                                                                Senior American Legion
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    For information on the Eagles Lodge, go to
Letourneau 2-3, HR, 2 RBIs; Meyer 1 RBI; Burge 2-3,        (Redmond) 0.58, Maria Gau (Woodinville) 0.72, Briana        individual medley: 1, Kinnear 5:10.25; 5, Volodkevich              200 freestyle relay: 1, IST A (Matthew Leahy, Eva
                             ,
2B; Min 1-3; WP Meyer 7 IP 13 Ks).                         Bray (Issaquah) 0.72, Carmen Mowry (Bothell) 1.00.                                                                                                                                       www.Foe3054.org.                                     June 18, 8 p.m., Lakeside at Rips
                                                                                                                       5:29.54; 6, Maier 5:32.06; 7, Tinseth 5:41.94; 8,             Smerekanych, Stephanie Young, Grace Luehman)
                                                               Strikeouts: Erika Hendron (Redmond) 139, Mikenzie       Scarcello 5:47.26; 9, Miller 5:48.43; 11, DiMicco             2:46.12; 3, IST B (Danika Himes, Lexi Nelson, Portia                                                            Brewers (Denny Park); June 19, 5 p.m.,
   Sandy Koufax                                            Voves (Issaquah) 115, Nicole Guptil (Eastlake) 111,
                                                           Ashleigh Carter (Bothell) 99, Sophie Overlock-Pauley
                                                                                                                       5:52.20; 12, Munoz 5:52.56; 15, Dart 6:00.35; 17,
                                                                                                                       Elderkin 6:04.21; 18, A. Magee 6:09.64; 20, Fabian
                                                                                                                                                                                     Plaskon, Kyle Falkner) 3:10.88.                                Youth sports/activities                          Valley Thunder at Lakeside (Bannerwood),
    WASHINGTON STATE LEAGUE                                                                                                                                                               200 medley relay: 1, IST A (Young, Himes, Leahy,
                                                           (Ballard) 69.                                               6:16.79; 22, Norris 6:25.72; 23, Pearlstein 6:26.23.          Luehman) 3:09.24; 2, IST B (Plaskon, Nolan VanNortwick,           Football — Issaquah Youth Football is         doubleheader; June 20, 9 a.m., Lakeside at
    14-year-olds
    Standings                                                  Saves: Brielle Bray (Issaquah) 2.                            15-and-over                                              Smerekanych, Nelson) 3:31.08.                                  currently registering players for the            Chaffey (Husky Ballpark), doubleheader;
    Olympic Division: Rock Creek Select 12-2, Seattle                                                                       50 freestyle: 7, Helen Liu (IST) 30.60; 18, Kaela             9-10                                                                                                       June 21, 9 a.m., Rips Brewers at Lakeside
                                                              3A KingCo Conference                                     Nurmi (IST) 31.85; 45, Mandy Nussbaum (IST) 34.58.                 200 freestyle relay: 1, IST A (Jacob Leahy, Ryan          2009 season. Registration continues
Select Purple 11-2, Puget Sound Shockers 9-1,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        (Bannerwood), 9 a.m.; June 22, 6 p.m.,
Northwest Timberjacks 11-3, BOS Stampede 11-3,                 FINAL LEAGUE LEADERS                                    100 freestyle: 9, Nicole Lecoq (IST) 1:05.43; 13, Kara        Kinnear, Johnathan Cassady, Sophie Luehman) 2:26.48;           through June 30. Register at www.iss-
Sammamish Dragons 9-4, Rips Brewers Blue 9-4,                  Batting average: Kate Faoro (Liberty) .674, Carly       Beauchamp (IST) 1:06.19; 15, Liu 1:06.46; 23, Michela         5, IST B (Dane Williams, Gabby Salgado, Annette Guo,           football.org.                                    Lakeside at Garfield.
Seattle Rainiers 10-5, Seattle Select Black 7-4, Sting     Brog (Bellevue) .588, Brooke Rychard (Juanita) .568,        Lecoq (IST) 1:07.96; 26, Nurmi 1:08.44; 32, Kelly             Shannon Cassady) 2:40.24; 7, IST D (William O’Daffer,                                                           Junior American Legion
BBC 7-6, Laces BBC 8-7, Seattle Stars Blue 8-8, Stods      Jennifer Welch (Juanita) .550, Kellie Shinstrom             Herman (BC) 1:09.73; 39, Caitlin Duffner (IST) 1:10.70;       Emily Scharrer, Kylie George, Allyson Haase) 2:42.65; 8,          Sports Sampler — Issaquah Parks has
Vandals 7-9, Redmond Select 6-8, Mud Hens BBC 5-7,         (Juanita) .548, Jessica Leach (Juanita) .528, Tina          43, Sarah Allen (IST) 1:11.30; 57, Nussbaum 1:15.15;          IST C (Richard Chai, Marty Klatt, Elyse Kaczmarek, Hailey      sports sampler in soccer, t-ball and basket-         June 17, 6 p.m., Seattle Blaze at
Seattle Bombers 6-9, Sockeye BBC 5-8, Hurricanes 3-        Jacobson (Sammamish) .528, Sara Ostlund (Interlake)         62, Ali Hartlein (IST) 1:16.93. 400 freestyle: 2, Meghan      Norris) 2:43.84.                                                                                                Lakeside-Skyline (Skyline High); June 18, 6
                                                                                                                       O’Keefe (BC) 4:4.46; 8, Molly Herman (BC) 4:58.85. 1,              200 medley relay: 1, IST A (Kinnear, S. Cassady,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ball for youngsters, starting June 22. There
7, Bellevue BBC 4-12, Rips Brewers Gold 3-11,              .525, Brielle Buhner (Mount Si) .514, Melissa Webster                                                                                                                                                                                     p.m., Issaquah 15’s at Lakeside-Issaquah
Snohomish Pilchuckers 3-11, Strike Zone Reds 2-12,         (Mount Si) .500.                                            500 freestyle: 1, O’Keefe 18:42.54; 6, Duffner 20:37.20;      Leahy, Luehman) 2:39.19; 5, IST B (Kaczmarek, J.               are classes for ages 4-5, 3-4, and 3-5. Call
Seattle Stars Grey 2-15.                                       Runs batted in: Kellie Shinstrom (Juanita) 22,          7, Allen 21:19.44; 10, Haily Theeuwen (IST) 22:19.18;         Cassady, O’Daffer, Williams) 3:04.59; 6, IST C (Salgado,       837-3350.                                        (Issaquah High); June 19, 5 p.m., Issaquah-
    Cascade Division: Woodinville Green 11-1, Bothell      Brielle Buhner (Mount Si) 22, Sara Ostlund (Interlake)      12, Hartlein 24:33.95.                                        Ian Sherrer, George, Guo) 3:07.01; 7, IST D (Klatt, Darian                                                      Skyline at Garfield; June 20, 6 p.m.,
                                                                                                                            50 backstroke: 14, Allen 39.38; 15, Hartlein 39.93.      Himes, Haase, Chai) 3:12.05.                                       Pee Wee soccer and T-ball —Issaquah
BBC 11-2, Marysville Mustangs 12-3, Woodinville Blue       20, Gina Swan (Juanita) 20, Jennifer Welch (Juanita)                                                                                                                                                                                      Lakeside-Issaquah at Eastlake Baseball
11-3, SBA 10-3, Northwest Knights 10-3, Knights BBC        18, Taylor Carlson (Interlake) 18, Alexis Court (Liberty)   100 backstroke: 2, Liu 1:12.58; 10, N. Lecoq 1:16.34;              11-12                                                     Parks has classes for 4-5 year-olds that
10-4, Bulldogs Red 12-6, SBA Yankees 8-4, Redhawks         16.                                                         12, Nina Zook (IST) 1:17.45; 14, Nurmi 1:17.70; 28,                400 freestyle relay: 1, IST A (Nolan Hoover, Benjamin     teach fundamentals of soccer and t-ball at       Club (Lower Woodland), Lakeside-Skyline at
10-6, Kent Bulldogs Blue 8-5, SVYAA Hurricanes 9-6,            Runs scored: Kellie Shinstrom (Juanita) 20, Brooke      Hartlein 1:23.51. 200 backstroke: 2, Liu 2:37.48; 6, N.       Nussbaum, Anatasia Kosykh, Brigid Mackey) 4:38.65; 2,                                                           Spokane Tournament; June 21, Lakeside-
Eastlake Elite 6-5, Eastlake Warriors 6-7, ESBA            Rychard (Juanita) 19, Kate Faoro (Liberty) 18, Jessica      Lecoq 2:45.59; 10, Allen 2:57.59; 12, Duffner 3:00.88.        IST B (Ben Gore, Connor Broughton, Mackenna Briggs,            the Issaquah Community Center. The first
Eastlake Tigers 5-6, Shoreline Rebels 4-7, Magnolia        Leach (Juanita) 16, Andi Garza (Juanita) 16, Sarah               100 breaststroke: 3, Beauchamp 1:21.30; 12, M.           Lily Newton) 4:46.23; 3, IST C (Mekenna Mossman,               session runs June 22-Aug. 12, 4-4:45 p.m.        Skyline at Spokane Tournament; June 22, 6
BBC 4-12, Eastlake Huskies 1-10, Bulldogs White 2-         Ostlund (Interlake) 16.                                     Lecoq 1:28.64; 13,N. Lecoq 1:28.85. 200 breaststroke:         Jackson Berman, Elliott Schwinn, Kortney Brunings)                                                              p.m., Lakeside-Newport at Lakeside-
                                                                                                                       2, Beauchamp 2:52.33; 4, O’Keefe 2:57.32; 10, Zook            4:53.70; 10, IST D (Gianna Castro, Keith Nussbaum,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    each day. Call 837-3350.
12, Warriors 2-12, Mudville 2-12, Jaguars BBC 2-13,            W-L pct.: Kylie Sparks (Juanita) 10-, Amber Smith                                                                                                                                                                                     Issaquah (Issaquah High); June 22,
Team Fitness 0-14.                                         (Liberty) 2-0.                                              3:04.33; 12, M. Lecoq 3:14.98; 25, M. Herman 3:24.27;         Hanna Schwinn, Jessica Clark) 5:25.69.                             Little Dribblers Basketball — June 25-
    13-year-olds                                               Earned run average: Kylie Sparks (Juanita) 0.75,        29, Theeuwen 3:34.49.                                              400 medley relay: 1, IST A (Nicholas Klatt, B.            Aug. 13, 4-4:45 p.m., at Issaquah                Kentridge at Lakeside-Skyline (Skyline
    National South Division: O’Brien Auto 13-1,            Cady Buscher (Interlake) 2.03.                                   50 butterfy: 20, Duffner 35.25; 21, Theeuwen 35.77;      Nussbaum, Mackey, Kosykh) 5:12.68; 3, IST B (Hoover,                                                            High), 6 p.m.; June 23, 8 p.m., Enumclaw at
                                                                                                                       24, Nurmi 36.14; 40, Allen 38.27. 100 butterfly: 3, Zook      Brunings, Gore, Briggs) 5:23.06; 8, IST C (Castro,             Community Center. Class is for ages 4-5
Wolfpack 12-2, ESBA Eastlake Tigers 12-2, Washington           Strikeouts: Kylie Sparks (Juanita) 74, Alex Johnson                                                                                                                                                                                   Lakeside-Issaquah (Bannerwood); June 24,
Green Sox 12-2, Rips Brewers Blue 11-2, Bulldogs           (Mount Si) 51, Emily Fleischman (Bellevue) 47, Denise       1:09.61; 6, Liu 1:11.62; 8, Beauchamp 1:12.39; 16, M.         Broughton, Schwinn, Newton) 5:47.49; 12, IST D                 years-old. Program focuses on fundamental
Blue 7-4, Pine Lake Pilots 7-4, Federal Way Titans 8-5,    Blohwiak (Liberty) 29.                                      Lecoq 1:17.17; 18, Duffner 1:17.91; 20, N. Lecoq              (Berman, K. Nussbaum, Anna Collons, Mossman)                   skills and concepts of basketball. Call 837-     7:45 p.m., Rips Brewers at Lakeside-Skyline
Magnolia BBC 6-5, Puget Sound Stars 6-5, Black Sox                                                                     1:18.87; 21, Theeuwen 1:19.05; 24, Nurmi 1:22.45; 33,         5:53.92.                                                                                                        (Denny Park).
BBC 7-7, Rips Brewers Gold 7-9, CVAC Gators 6-8,                                                                       Hartlein 1:3.92. 200 butterfly: 4, O’Keefe 2:34.36; 5,             13-14                                                     3350.
Rock Creek Select 6-7, Mercer Island 5-8, Issaquah         Youth swimming                                              Beauchamp 2:35.49; 6, Zook 2:37.65; 9, Liu 2:42.01;                400 medley relay: 2, IST A (Ben Allen, Austin Melody,         Tennis Camp — June 29-July 2, 9 a.m.-        Sandy Koufax
                                                                                                                       14, Duffner 2:49.97; 17, M. Lecoq 2:55.05; 18,                Katie Kinnear, Kayla Flaten) 4:37.11; 5, IST B (Sarah                                                               June 17, 6 p.m., Stampede at Issaquah
Thunder 4-6, Bellevue BBC 5-10, Mudville Beasts 3-9,          Apple Capital Invitational                               Theeuwen 2:57.93; 19, M. Herman 3:01.28; 22, N.               Elderkin, Andi Scarcello, Stacy Maier, Elise Tinseth)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    noon, at Skyline High or Tibbetts Valley Park.
Bulldogs Reds 0-6, Bainbridge Mavericks 4-11, Seattle          At Wenatchee                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Dragons (Central Park, Issaquah Highlands);
Rainiers 2-9, Bulldogs White 2-9, Chaffey BBC 1-13.                                                                    Lecoq 3:05.13.                                                5:02.84; 12, IST C (Paul Jett, Jessie Dart, Kyla DiMicco,      The Issaquah Parks program is for begin-
                                                               Results for Issaquah Swim Team and other local               200 individual medley: 2, Zook 2:35.02; 3,               Becca Fabian) 5:4.54; 15, IST D (Yui Umezawa, Kim                                                               June 18, 7:30 p.m., Issaquah Dragons at
    American North: Seattle Stars Blue 11-1, Laces         swimmers:                                                                                                                                                                                ners, advanced beginners and intermediate
Baseball Club 12-2, Seattle Stars Grey 9-2,                                                                            Beauchamp 2:35.98; 12, M. Lecoq 2:48.36; 16, Duffner          Meacham, Abby Magee, Connor Biehl) 5:47.73.                                                                     Sting (Edmonds CC).
                                                               Team standings: 1, Issaquah Swim Team.                  2:49.29; 22, Allen 2:54.09; 25, Theeuwen 2:56.59. 400              15-and-over
Washington Wave 10-3, Seattle Select Black 8-2,                GIRLS
Sockeye Baseball 8-2, Seattle Select Purple 8-3,                                                                       individual medley: 10 Duffner 5:53.30; 14, Theeuwen                400 medley relay: 5, IST B (Michael Rochford, Pter
                                                               8-and-under                                             6:14.37; 18, Allen 6:22.59; 19, Hartlein 6:41.24.             Trahms, Nina Zook, Helen Liu) 4:39.59.
Burstad-Redmond Select 8-4, Seattle Bombers 7-4,               50 freestyle: 2, Stephanie Young (IST) 37.57; 3,             BOYS
Sting BBC 6-5, Marysville Red Sox 4-6, Northwest
Titans 3-5, Stods Huskies 5-8, Northwest Bandits 4-7,
Woodinville 4-7, Knights BBC 3-6, Northwest Tribe 4-8,
Seattle Pilots 1-7, Eastlake Huskies 0-10.
                                                           Grace Luehman (IST) 38.01; 4, Eva Smerekanych (IST)
                                                           40.53; 10, Danika Himes (IST) 45.12; 14, Portia
                                                           Plaskon (IST) 47.19; 15, Lexi Nelson (IST) 47.83; 20,
                                                           Rachel Clark (IST) 51.15; 21, Maggie VanNortwick (IST)
                                                                                                                            8-and-under
                                                                                                                            50 freestyle: 2, Matthew Leahy (IST) 40.83; 7, Kyle
                                                                                                                       Falkner (IST) 45.44; 14, Nolan VanNortwick (IST) 49.92;
                                                                                                                                                                                     Running
                                                                                                                                                                                        Cougar Mountain Trail Run Series
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Tagging:                                  the final tally for this year.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          My initial experience with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       kokanee fishing was on Lake

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Fills in
    Pee Wee Reese                                                                                                      15, Ian Arrazola (IST) 55.16; 100 freestyle: 2, Leahy
    Standings: Issaquah Dragons 6-0, Rebels BBC 6-1,
                                                           55.30. 100 freestyle: 2, Young 1:22.77; 3, Luehman          1:28.37; 6, Falkner 1:41.55; 15, VanNortwick 1:56.97;             7.6-mile race                                                                                                 Pend Oreille in Idaho. Kokanee
                                                           1:31.02; 6, Smerekanych 1:36.60; 12, Himes                  16, Arrazola 2:30.74.                                             Top finishers: 1, Ben Haber 53:20; 2, Martin Rosvall                                                          were planted in the lake as for-
Tribe Diamond Sports 3-3, Pride BBC 4-4, Maple Valley      1:42.94; 14, Nelson 1;43.08; 16, Plaskon 1:47.73;                                                                         54:12; 3, Joseph Creighton 54:14; 4, Matt Schmidt
BBC 2-4, Vipers 2-5, Washington Wave 2-8.                                                                                   50 backstroke: 3, Leahy 48.87; 7, Falkner 57.71; 14,                                                                                                                       age fish for large Kamloops lake
                                                           20, Clark 2;03.13; 21, Van Nortwick 2:09.74.                                                                              54:47; 5, Michael Smith 57:49; 6, Michael Wittrock

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             missing
                                                                                                                       VanNortwick 1:03.47. 50 breaststroke: 3, Leahy 58.50;
                                                               50 backstroke: 1, Young 44.24; 2, Luehman 45,22;        5, VanNortwick 1:00.72; 12, Falkner 1:11.83. 50 butter-       58:11; 7, Mark Henderson 58:40; 8, Steven Kent 59:13;                                                             trout and quickly multiplied such
   Little League                                           8, Smerekanych 53.36; 9, Plaskon 53.77; 11, Himes                                                                         9, Clayton Barnes 1:00:13; 11, Don Wesley 1:01.53; 12,
   ISSAQUAH                                                54.99; 17, Nelson 1:03.65; 20, Clark 1:05.48; 25,
                                                                                                                       fly: 2, Leahy 49.18.
                                                                                                                                                                                     David Krmer 1:02:01; 13, Michael Brisbois 1:02:02; 14,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       that 200 was set as the initial
                                                                                                                            9-10
   Coast Division                                          Van Nortwick 1:10.96. 50 breaststroke: 1, Young                                                                           Jeanine Stewart 1:02.50; 15, Kendra Ralstin 1:03:05;                                                              fishing limit. When I fished, the

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             pieces
                                                                                                                            50 freestyle: 3, Jacob Leahy (IST) 33.90; 6, Ryan
   Playoff scores                                          51.20; 4, Himes 51.80; 7, Plaskon 58.10; 8, Van             Kinnear (IST) 36.43; 12, William O’Daffer (IST) 38.85.        16, Matea Corallo 1:03:49; 17, Mike Walsh 1:04:01; 18,                                                            limit was 50 and we caught them
   Angels 13, Mets 3                                       Nortwick 59.26; 9, Smerekanych 1:00.24; 16, Nelson                                                                        Claire Hoffman 1:05:03; 19, Patrick Niemeyer 1:05:16;
   Rays 12, Mets 2                                         1;06.37; 17, Clark 1:08.21. 50 butterfly: 1, Young
                                                                                                                       100 freestyle: 6, Johanthan Cassady (IST) 1:27.48; 8,
                                                                                                                                                                                     20, Brandon Smith 1:05:28; 21, Rogue Bamba 1:05:43;                                                               trolling with pop gear and wed-
                                                                                                                       O’Daffer 1:27.99; 9, Dane Williams (IST) 1:28.85; 11,
   Braves 12, Red Sox 6                                    42.59; 4, Smerekanych 49.54; 7, Luehman 51.53; 10,          Marty Klatt (IST) 1:30.83.                                    22, Adam LeVasseur 1:05:50; 23, William Rizzey                                                                    ding ring lures baited with small
   White Sox 6, Dodgers 0                                  Himes 58.04; 15, Nelson 1:10.77; 17, Clark 1:22.27.              50 backstroke: 1, Kinnear 40.29; 2, Leahy 40.85; 9,      1:05:58; 24, Daniel Haffner 1:06:08; 25, Russell                         FROM PAGE D1                             corn kernels, the same gear we
   Dodgers 11, Angels 0                                        9-10                                                    Ian Sherrer (IST) 49.16. 50 breaststroke: 1, Cassady          Benaroya 1:06.15; 26, Brett Kaiser 1:07:01; 27, Steve
   Rays 13, Red Sox 8                                          50 freestyle: 2, Sophie Luehman (IST) 32.43; 3,         46.10; 5, Dylan Melody (IST) 54.18. 50 butterfly: 1,          Thurin 1:07:50; 28, J. Joseph Weaver 1:08:01; 29, Daniel                                                          used to capture kokanee for the
   White Sox 13, Mets 3                                    Annette Guo (IST) 35.95; 4, Lindsey Hanger (IST)            Leahy 36.02; 3, Kinnear 38.19; 6, Will Wick (IST) 43.84.      Naylor 1:08.30; 30, Katie Galabini 1:08.57; 31, Brian                                                             Lake Sammamish tagging proj-
   Reds 10, Braves 7                                       36.87; 9, Elyse Kaczmarek (IST) 37.95; 11, Katie                                                                          Delahunty 1:08.46; 32, Emily Westbrook 1:08:57 33,
   Angels 9, White So 5                                    Maier (IST) 38.09; 12, Allyson Haase (IST) 38.10; 14,
                                                                                                                            10-and-under
                                                                                                                                                                                     Aaron Sullivan 1:09:07; 34, Veronika Glukhova 1:10:13;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Task team members regularly                        ect.
                                                                                                                            200 freestyle: 2, Ryan Kinnear (IST) 2:46.90. 100
   Braves 8, Rays 6                                        Shannon Cassady (IST) 38.20; 16, Hailey Norris (IST)        backsroke: 1, Kinnear 1:26.37; 3, Jacob Leahy (IST)           35, Adam Lamb 1:10:20; 36, Heather Lewis 1:10:27;              download data from the moni-                          The reward for successful
   Dodgers 12, Mets 2                                      38.88; 19, Ellie Hohensinner (IST) 39.21; 20, Kylie         1:31.67; 5, Johnathan Cassady (IST) 1:41.57; 7, William       37, Michael Laucius 1:10:57; 38, John Prescott 1:11.43;        tors for processing. Trout Unlim-                  kokanee fishing in Lake Pend Or-
   Reds 12, Red Sox 8                                      George (IST) 39.43; 23, Paulina Kosykh (IST) 40.18;                                                                       39, Scott Ottaway 1:11:44; 40, Neal Schlegel 1:12:05;
   A Pool standings: Angels 2-1, White Sox 2-1,            27, Gabby Salgado (IST) 40.57.
                                                                                                                       O’Daffer (IST) 1:42.65; 8, Ian Sherrer (IST) 1:42.96.
                                                                                                                                                                                     41, Matea Sepulveda 1:12:4; 42, Teresa Mona Deprey             ited plans to catch and tag addi-                  eille was wonderful. You could
                                                                                                                            100 breaststroke: 1, Cassady 1:42.51; 6, Will Wick
Dodgers 2-1, Mets 0-3.                                         100 freestyle: 2, Luehman 1:11.30; 6, Cassady           (IST) 1:53.44; 7, Sherrer 1:55.33. 100 butterfly: 2,          1:12:25; 43, Dale Fuller 1:12:35; 44, Steve Bolingbroke        tional fish during the summer,                     walk into a saloon, plop 50 fresh
   B Pool standings: Rays 2-1, Braves 2-1, Reds 2-1,       1:23.57; 8, Maier 1:24.01; 9, Hanger 1:24.25; 12,           Kinnear 1:25.43; 3, Leahy 1:29.26. 200 individual med-        1:12:49; 45, Joseph Bogaard 1:12:51; 46, Peter Luplow          including Northern pike-minnow                     kokanee on the counter and the
Red Sox 0-3.                                               Hohensinner 1:26.33; 13, Haase 1:26.54; 16, George          ley: 1, Kinnear 3:04.64; 2, Leahy 3:19.43.                    1:12:59; 47, Katie Peichel 1:13:12; 48, Kari Culbert
   Single elimination games                                1:27.29; 17, Guo 1:27.30; 18, Kaczmarek 1:27.58;                 11-12                                                    1:13.40; 49, David Baker 1:13.51; 50, Tarek Awada              (nee squawfish) and bass.                          barman would shove back 25
   Red Sox 16, White Sox 14                                19, Norris 1:28.53; 20, Kosykh 1:29.03; 24, Himes                100 freestyle: 5, Nicholas Klatt (IST) 1:06.11; 9,       1:14:01.                                                          Biologists hope to fill in miss-                nicely smoked ones with a plate
   Rays 10, Mets 9                                         1:31.34.
   Reds 7, Dodgers 5                                           50 backstroke: 1, Luehman 38.88; 11, Hanger
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ing pieces of the life cycles and                  of crackers. Together with a cold
   Braves 2, Angels 1                                      46.72; 16, Norris 49.03; 18, Kosykh 49.47. 50 breast-                                                                                                                                    habitat preferences of the tagged                  beer, this made a hearty lunch.
   Semifinals                                              stroke: 3, Salgado 47.70; 9, Himes 52.93. 50 butterfly:                                                                                                                                  fish. Kokanee in the lake are                         In the 1970s, I fished for koka-
   Red Sox 15, Braves 14 (8 innings)                       2, Luehman 37.65; 8, Haase 42.92; 10, Hanger 43.96;
   Rays 16, Reds 3
   Title game
   Rays d. Red Sox
   Majors Division
                                                           11, Kaczmarek 44.86; 20, Kosykh 48.59.
                                                               10-and-under
                                                               200 freestyle: 2, Sophie Luehman (IST) 2:40.63; 3,
                                                           Shannon Cassady (IST) 2:59.56; 5, Allyson Haase (IST)
                                                                                                                                          Trail run                                    ran along the Klondike Swamp,
                                                                                                                                                                                       Anti-Aircraft Ridge and Mine
                                                                                                                                                                                       Shaft trails.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    alarmingly decreasing in num-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    bers. It is hoped that this study
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    will provide information about
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       nee in Lake Sammamish and ob-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       served the fishing methods of Is-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       saquah’s good old boys. On the
   Final league standings: Phillies 8-1, Yankees 7-3,      3:01:33; 7, Elyse Kaczmarek (IST) 3:03.29; 8, Ellie                          FROM PAGE D1                                     Jeanine Stewart, 25, of Gig                                kokanee that choose to spawn on                    way to the lake, they would stop
White Sox 5-4-1, Cardinals 5-5, Red Sox 3-6, Mariners      Hohensinner (IST) 3:06.31; 9, Lindsey Hanger (IST)                                                                          Harbor, won in the women’s divi-                             gravel beaches in the lake in-                     at the Darigold Creamery and
3-7-1, Diamondbacks 3-8.                                   3:06.42; 12, Annette Guo (IST) 3:09.30; 14, Darian
   Playoff scores                                          Himes (IST) 3:19.92; 15, Hailey Norris (IST) 3:20.11;
                                                                                                                                                                                       sion with a time of 1:02:50.                                 stead of in creek beds.                            pick up a bucket of small cheese
   Yankees 8, Cardinals 7                                  16, Paulina Kosykh (IST) 3:22.45; 17, Grace Luehman              you win the race.”                                           “My coach in college taught                                   A complimentary study is un-                    curds. After chumming the curds
   Diamondbacks 1, White Sox 0                             (IST) 3:22.90.                                                      The 7.6-mile race was the sec-                          me the importance of putting in                              der way, manned by Trout Un-                       in the lake, they trolled the milky
   Semifinals                                                  100 backstroke: 2, S. Luehman 1:21.95; 7,
   Phillies 7, Yankees 0                                   Hohensinner 1:38.62; 8, Stephanie Young (IST)                    ond in the series of four trail runs                       lots of miles,” said the runner at                           limited volunteers. They are                       trail catching kokanee with meal
   Red Sox 6, Diamondbacks 2                               1:38.77; 9, Cassady 1:39.00; 10, Guo 1:39.33; 11,                on Cougar Mountain. The series                             Colorado College in Colorado                                 wrapping up a month of cold and                    worms on a spinner.
   Title game: Phillies 7, Red Sox 1                       Gabby Salgado (IST) 1:41.85; 12, Haase 1:42.54; 13,              starts with a 5-mile run in May                            Springs, Colo. “I was always                                 rainy nights trapping and count-                      Hard-working and dedicated
                                                           Hanger 1:42.61; 16, Kaczmarek 1:44.42; 19, Kosykh
                                                           1:47.52; 22, G. Luehman 1:48.24.                                 and works up to a final 13-mile                            horrible on hills in high school.                            ing newly hatched kokanee fry                      individuals, such as those com-
Prep baseball                                                  100 breaststroke: 1, Cassady 1:42.80; 2, Salgado             run in August. The next race, a                            Then, I trained on hills in col-                             returning to the lake down Lewis                   prising the multigovernmental
                                                           1:45.00; 3, Guo 1:45.86; 9, Hannah-Rae Ernst (IST)
   4A KingCo Conference                                    1:53.06; 11, Himes 1:54.33; 13, Hohensinner
                                                                                                                            10-mile run, is July 11.                                   lege and now I kind of like                                  Creek. This census will add to a                   Kokanee Conservation Work
    FINAL LEAGUE LEADERS                                   1:58.12; 16, Gabrielle Glubochansky (IST) 2:01.07.                  The Seattle Running Co. started                         them.”                                                       two-year database helping biolo-                   Group, have expressed a goal of
    Batting avg.: Nicholas Smith (Eastlake) .468, Gene         100 butterfly: 3, Hohensinner 1:35.46; 4, Haase              the trail-running series in 2003.                            Stewart came in second in the                              gists to determine the extent of                   once again having a public fish-
Watson (Bothell) .462, Brian Grina (Redmond) .429,         1:36.87; 7, Cassady 1:39.57; 10, Kacmzarek 1:45.50;
Miles Perkins (Issaquah) .427, Tyler Atkinson (Bothell)    11, Guo 1:51.02. 200 individual medley: 2, S.                       Participation in the runs cost                          5-mile trail run in May.                                     decline of this genetically-unique                 ery for kokanee in Lake Sam-
.426, Alex Reynolds (Bothell) .426, Ryan Somers            Luehman 3:01.29; 3, Cassady 3:17.48; 8,                          $30, or $110 for the series. Of                              Michael Smith, 50, the track                               run of fish.                                       mamish. I am stocking up on
(Woodinville) .424, Joel Maltos (Woodinville) .423, Nick   Hohensinner 3:24.61; 10, Hanger 3:29.87; 11, Haase
Andrews (Eastlake) .407, Spencer Rogers (Issaquah)         3:30.15; 12, Kaczmarek 3:31.63; 13, Guo 3:34.92.
                                                                                                                            that, $15 goes to support King                             and cross country coach at Lib-                                 This spring, 187 returning                      crackers and beer with hope to
.393, Brennan Miller (Issaquah) .390, Chris Viltz (Lake        11-12                                                        County parks. The 2008 races se-                           erty High School, came in fifth                              kokanee fry have been counted                      celebrate their success.
Washington) .383, Sean Murphy (Woodinville) .368,              50 freestyle: 23. Anna Collons (IST) 35.79; 28,              ries raised about $10,000. Those                           place with a time of 57:49 among                             to date; as compared to 195 in
Peter Summerville (Garfield) .364, Zach Abbruzza           Hanna Schwinn (IST) 36.11; 30, Brooke Flaten (IST)
(Redmond) .356, Josh Bircher (Redmond) .354, Matt          36.28. 100 freestyle: 6, Mackenna Briggs (IST)
                                                                                                                            who run can also participate in                            the 190 entrants. A few days                                 2008 and 2,232 in 2007, when                       Reach Dallas Cross at
Kimmel (Redmond) .351, Gavin Schumaker (Issaquah)          1:10.07; 11, Lily Newton (IST) 1:11.47; 15, Kourtney             work parties. Last year, runners                           prior to the race, Smith aggra-                              the survey was made daily in-                      FishJournal@aol.com. View previous
.350, Tom Nelson (Roosevelt) .349, Jake Knecht             Brunings (IST) 1:12.35; 18, Mekenna Mossman (IST)                worked on trails at Squak Moun-                            vated his hamstring.                                         stead of three times per week.                     articles at www.FishJournal.org.
(Skyline) .348.                                            1:13.39; 21, Schwinn 1:15.03; 34, Collons 1:18.71.                                                                                                                                                                                          Comment on this column at
    Runs batted in: Spencer Rogers (Issaquah) 28,          400 freestyle: 3, Anastasia Kosykh (IST) 5:11.91; 4,             tain.                                                        “Running downhill really hurt,”                            Only a few fry have been seen re-
Sean Murphy (Woodinville) 25, Eric Folkers (Lake           Brigid Mackey (IST) 5:16.14; 11, Schwinn 5:48.20;                   The start and finish line of the                        he said. “It also didn’t help that I                         cently and this may be close to                    www.issaquahpress.com.
Washington) 22, Miles Perkins (Issaquah) 22, Michael       16, Mossman 5:55.55. 800 freestyle: 2, Briggs
Conforto (Redmond) 21, Dylan Davis (Redmond) 21,           11:23.07; 6, Newton 12:07.23. 1,500 freestyle: 1,
                                                                                                                            7.6-mile race was in an open                               ran into a tree.”
Chris Viltz (Inglemoor) 20, Erick Raynes (Inglemoor) 20,   Mackey 20:47.75; 3, Kosykh 21:24.09.                             meadow near the Sky Country
Devin O’Donnell (Issaquah) 19, Alex Reynolds (Bothell)
19.
    W-L pct.: Dylan Davis (Redmond) 7-0, Christian
                                                               50 backstroke: 3, Briggs 36.80; 4, Mackey 38.92;
                                                           6, Kosykh 39.55. 100 backstroke: 6, Briggs 1:21.69;
                                                           10, Brunings 1:24.81; 25, Gianna Castro (IST)
                                                                                                                            trailhead entrance, about one
                                                                                                                            mile east of Newcastle. The
                                                                                                                                                                                       Reach Reporter Jim Feehan at 392-6434,
                                                                                                                                                                                       ext. 239, or jfeehan@isspress.com.
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Kaiser (Lake Washington) 5-0, Austin Hueter
(Inglemoor) 4-0, Adrian Sampson (Skyline) 7-1,
Obadiah Taylor (Inglemoor) 6-1, Austin O’Neil
                                                           1:29.62; 26, Newton 1:29.97. 200 backstroke: 1,
                                                           Kosykh 2:50.65; 2, Mackey 2:54.41.
                                                                                                                            meadow was formerly a Nike an-
                                                                                                                            tiaircraft missile site. Competitors                       press.com.                                                                    www.issaquahpress.com.
                                                               100 breaststroke: 7, Brunings 1:35.14. 200 breast-
                                                                                              The Issaquah Press                                    Wednesday, JUNE 17, 2009 •   D3

                                         “I think our pitching should
    Lakeside:                            be pretty good. We have good

   ‘We have                              depth. We have guys who have
                                         pitched in big games.”                                                                                                              Jack Suh, of the
                                                                                                                                                                             Red Sox, flies

    a pretty                             — Rob Reese
                                         Lakeside Recovery manager
                                                                                                                                                                             around second
                                                                                                                                                                             base during the
                                                                                                                                                                             Issaquah Little

  good team’                            Kevon Zadeh, of Newport, will
                                                                                                                                                                             League Coast
                                                                                                                                                                             championship
                                                                                                                                                                             game June 11.
                                                                                                                                                                             Suh was tagged
        FROM PAGE D1                    play at first base.                                                                                                                  out at home try-
                                           Tam Sing, in addition to being a                                                                                                  ing for an in-the-
Reese said. “Some of our young          solid defensive player, also ranked                                                                                                  park-homerun
guys are really doing a good            among KingCo’s top hitters with a                                                                                                    after a perfect
job.”                                   .424 average.                                                                                                                        D-Rays relay
   The pitching staff is deep and          “He’s really a good player. He                                                                                                    from deep right
includes two holdovers from last        hit the ball well for us last sum-                                                                                                   field.
season’s team: Adrian Sampson           mer and we expect another good                  BY CHRISTOPHER HUBER
and Blake Fulghum, both from            season from him,” Reese said.          Yankees pitcher Blake Sypher                                                                  BY GREG
                                                                                                                                                                             FARRAR
Skyline. Sampson had a 4-1                 The outfield features Rogers, a     (above) delivers a pitch in the top of
record last year and Fulghum had        two-time all-league first-team se-     the sixth inning June 13 against the
a 3-2 record with three saves.          lection; Hering, who earned all-       Pirates, en route to a Yankees 3-2
   Sampson, who earned 4A               state honors this season; Andrew       Sammamish Little League champi-
KingCo Conference all-league            West, of Newport; and Sean Pen-        onship. The Yankees storm the field
first-team honors this spring,          berthy, of Skyline.                    after winning (below).
comes off a big high-school sea-           The outfield will be strong of-
son. The junior right-hander had
a 7-1 record, tying for the confer-
ence lead in victories. He topped
the league in strikeouts with 63
                                        fensively as Hering hit .439 this
                                        spring, Rogers batted .388, and
                                        Penberthy led Skyline in runs bat-
                                        ted in with 16.
                                                                                                                                           Little Leaguers let loose
and was third in earned run aver-          Rogers and Somers played for
age at 1.85.                            Lakeside last year. Rogers led the
   Reese is hoping Sampson can          team in runs scored with 51 and
duplicate the season his older          hits with 69, and Somers topped
brother Julian Sampson, now             the club in hitting with a .459 av-
pitching in the Philadelphia            erage.
Phillies’ farm system, had as a            “Somers gives us a lot of flexi-
junior. Julian Sampson blossomed        bility. In fact, we have some other
into one of the top pitchers in the     guys who can play at other posi-
state that summer and was sensa-        tions, too. It’s another one of our
tional in Senior American Legion        strengths,” Reese said.
post-season tournaments.                   Somers has a scholarship to
   “Adrian has definitely been one      Seattle University. Rogers has ver-
of the top pitchers in KingCo. He       bally committed to the University
has proved he can shine in the big      of Washington.
games,” Reese said. “We’re defi-           The team is younger this sea-
nitely counting on him to have a        son, because some of the graduat-
big summer for us.”                     ing seniors from the three feeder
   The pitching staff also includes     high schools decided to spend the
Shane Yarnell, Spencer Rogers,          summer working to earn money
Matt Houser, Ethan Kalin, of Is-        for college rather than play base-                                              BY GREG FARRAR
saquah; Peyton Harrod and Jared         ball. With the status of the na-       Luke Watanabe (right), of the Phillies, reaches home on
Lemke, of Skyline; and Colin Her-       tional economy, Reese under-           a hit by David Graham in the bottom of the second inning
ing, Jared Fisher and Cole Wiper,       stands why those players decided       in the Issaquah Little League Majors championship June
of Newport.                             to skip the season.                    13 against the Red Sox. The Phillies went on to win, 7-1.
   Yarnell, a junior right-hander,         But he’s not counting out this
was 4-3 for Issaquah. He ranked         club. Lakeside has a long, success-
second in 4A KingCo in strikeouts       ful heritage. The program has
with 60. Yarnell was one of the         won four state championships and
key reasons Issaquah reached the        has been to the Senior American
4A regionals this spring.               Legion World Series.
   Rogers, probably best known as          “I think we have a pretty good
an outfielder, also pitched a lot for   team. I feel that way every year
Issaquah. He had a 2-1 record           that we will have a team that will
with one save.                          be competitive,” Reese said. “Defi-
   Hering, an outstanding out-          nitely with our pitching staff and a
fielder and hitter, became one of       good defensive team behind it, we
Newport’s most dependable pitch-        have a chance to have a good sea-
ers in the Knights’ run to the 4A       son.”
semifinals. He won two key games
to get Newport into the final four.
Fisher had a 3-3 record for the
Knights. Fulghum was 4-4 for
Skyline while Lemke had a 2-1
record and Harrod, a reliever, had
two saves.
   “I think our pitching should be
pretty good. We have good depth.
We have guys who have pitched in
big games,” Reese said.
   Defensively, Lakeside looks
solid up the middle. Devin O’Don-
nell, of Issaquah, will be the start-
ing catcher. Trace Tam Sing, of
Newport, will play shortstop;
Shawn Ellis, of Skyline, will play
at second base and at third base;
Ryan Somers, of Skyline, is the
utility guy who will play just
about anywhere he’s needed;
D4 • Wednesday, June 17

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             6/21, 9am-2pm. 500 Indigo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Place NW, Issaquah. Smith &
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Hawken patio furniture (weath-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ered teak), pots, outdoor um-
price, $595,000. Owner, 425-       saquah. 206-355-7427               $9,995. 1(888)771-3503. <w>               76-Misc. For Sale
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Riverbend reader board                  brella, copper planters, garden
281-5225                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     tools, ornamental statuaries.
                                            19-Houses                                                       STEEL BUILDINGS
        4-Lots/acreage                                                INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL              RECESSION DISCOUNT
                                   FALL CITY, 3BD/2BA, 1-car                                              ● 18X21 Reg $6,279 Now , $4,186
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     (2) SATURDAY, JUNE 20,
20 ACRE RANCHES!! $0               garage, shy acre, A/C, gas         EXCHANGE Representative:                                                                                                                                                                       8am-2pm, Sammamish Ter-
                                                                                                          ● 36X51Reg $15,047 Now $10,031
                                                                      Earn supplemental income                                                                                                                                                                       rain in the Vintage Neighbor-  (7) TWO-FAMILY SALE. FUR-
down! Near Booming El Paso,        heat, NS, pets negotiaable. 1st                                          ● 105X105 Reg $87,362 Now
                                                                      placing and supervising high                                                                                                                                                                   hood Annual Garage Sale. 20    NITURE, collectibles, house-
Texas. $15,900, $159/month!        month rent/security/damage                                                        $58,241
                                                                      school exchange students.            + Code Adj, Erection Available                                                                                                                            families selling furniture,    hold, sports equipment, perre-
Beautiful mountain views, road     deposit, $1400/month. 425-
                                                                      Volunteer host families also         www.scg-grp.com Source#0Y3                                                                                                                                                               nials, musical gear, clothes,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     baby/kids toys, crafts, and lots
access. Money Back guaran-         888-6387
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    media storage, books, jewelry,
tee. Owner Financing. No                                              needed. Promote world peace!         Phone: 425-336-1125                                                                                                                                       more! 743239 Lane SE, Sam-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    guy stuff. Friday/Saturday,
credit checks. 1(800)343-                    23-Rooms                 1-866-GO-AFICE or www.                                                                                                                                                                         mamish 98074
                                                                      afice.org <w>                                                                                          7                                                                                                                      6/19, 6/20, 8:30am-3:30pm,
9444. <w>                          UNFURNISHED ROOMS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                2718-204th Avenue S.E. Sam-
                                   FOR rent. 865 Highwood Drive                                           WEIGHT BENCH. ATTACH-                                                                                                                                      (3) NEIGHBORHOOD GA- mamish.
                                   SW, Issaquah. Cooking/laun-        LOOMIX FEED SUPPLE-                 MENTS for leg curl, leg exten-                                                                                                                             RAGE Sale at 41 Point 5. Sat-
VIEW LOTS, SEA of Cortez,                                                                                 sions. Padded. Perfect. Sacri-
Baja, Mexico. Only $40,000.        dry privileges, no pets/smok-      MENTS is seeking Dealers.                                                                                                                                                                      urday, June 20, 8am-2pm.
                                   ing/drugs. $450/month plus         Motivated individuals with cat-     fice $25. 425-427-1606                                                                                       4                                             Children’s clothing, Barbies,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    (8) ESTATE SALE, Saturday,
Quality of life. Affordable liv-                                                                                                                          3                                                                                                                                         6/20, 8am-4pm, 2550 33rd
ing. All utilities. Safe, secure   deposit. 425-392-6589/425-         tle knowledge and community                                                                                                                                                                    toys, bikes, computer, white
                                   785-5910/425-736-6033.             ties. Contact Kristi @ 800-870-
                                                                                                                     79-Wanted                                                                                                                                       round capoy crib, kitchen.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Ave NE, Issaquah. Table saw,
ownership. Financing. Contact                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       tools, crystal, porcelain/glass
                                                                      0356/kboen@loomix.com to                                                                                                                                                                       West Lake Sammamish near
VistaDelMarSan Felipe@gmail           24-Commercial Space             find out if there is a Dealership
                                                                                                          WANTED TO BUY                                                                                                                                              Sambica - signs!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    collectables, ceiling fan, exer-
.com; 1-877-871-9783. <w>                                                                                                                                                                                                      8                                                                    cise bike, Pendelton blanket,
                                    WAREHOUSE SUB-LEASE               opportunity in your area. <w>         OLD GOLD                                                                2                                                                                                               beanie babies, more!!
          RENTALS                   Cascade Business Park                                                  Have any gold tucked away                                                                                                                                  (4) GARAGE SALE!! 50% (9) GARAGE SALE–CHIL-
                                    Approx. 1000+ Sq Ft               OWN A COMPUTER, Work                in a drawer somewhere? Are                                                                                                                                  DISCOUNT off marked prices. DREN’S clothing, toys; exer-
                                     Plus Mezzanine / Rollup          From Anywhere. Two Step             there a few stones among the                                                                                                                                June 19 & 20, 9am-4pm, cise equipment; sporting
13-Apartments Unfurnished              Rear Shipping Door             Process. Request Online Info,         menagerie of bent metal?                                                                                                             1                    24533 SE 37th Street, Audu- goods; camping gear; furniture
                                   Available Mid-September            review. Set-up phone inter-             We’ll check it for you.                                                    6                                                                            bon Ridge, Klahanie, Issaquah and more! June 19/20/ 21st
DUVALL- LARGE 2 Bedroom            For Appointment, More Info         view. $1500PT/$5000FT. Seri-                                                                                                                                                                    98029
Apt. Washer/Dryer, Hardwood                                                                               Who knows, it could pay for                                                                                                            9                                                  (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
                                                                      ous people only. www.rdmore-
Floors, Huge Deck, Nice               425-295-0390                    moneynow.com <w>                     dinner or maybe a lot more.                                                                                                                                                                       8am-3pm; 13897 – 473rd
Views, Quiet Peaceful setting.                                                                             Also buying vintage pocket                                                                                                                                                                        Court SE, North Bend
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     (5) MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE
One avail. Now! and another               29-Hall Rentals                                                   watches & wrist watches.                                                                                                                                 SALE. Furniture, clothes, anti-
on 8-1. $895 Mo+util. You                                             PART-TIME, HOME BASED
                                   PINE LAKE COMMUNITY
                                                                      Internet business. Earn $500-
                                                                                                          NAULT JEWELERS                                                                                                                                             ques, snowboard, books, mis-
owe it to yourself to see this     Center, Wedding receptions,                                                                                                                                                                                                       cellaneous. 12609 Issaquah
one! Steve, 206-930-1188                                              $1,000/month or more. Flexi-        1175 N.W. Gilman Blvd.                                                                                                                                     Hobart Road, Friday, June 19,
                                   Meetings, Aerobics classes.
                                                                      ble hours. Training provided.
                                   392-2313.
                                                                      No selling required. Free de-             391-9270                                                                                                                                             9am-6pm, Saturday, June 20,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     9am-5pm
MOTHER-IN-LAW APART-                                                  tails. www.K738.com <w>
MENT FOR rent, $950/month                                                                                             80-Dogs
                                   RENT GIBSON HALL: parties,
including utilities. NS/NP. De-
tails: jgacpa1.home.comcast.
                                   receptions, rummage sales;                MERCHANDISE                     OBEDIENCE & AGILITY
                                   kitchen facilities. $50/hr 425-                                                CLASSES                                                                               5
net                                392-4016                                                                 Seattle Agility Center
                                                                              55-Appliances                   Twelve miles from
MOVE-IN SPECIAL, PARK                  31-Vacation Rentals
Place Apts. 1BD, $795                                                 MAYTAG 21 CU Ft, side by              downtown Issaquah on
                                   SKI & SAVE 20% at Sun              side refrigerator/freezer, $100         Maple Valley Hwy.                    134-Help Wanted-Local                     139-Work Wanted                        139-Work Wanted                                                                        205-Found
rent/$500 deposit. Secured
                                   Peaks Resort, B.C.! Vacation                                                                                                                                                                                                          PERSONAL SERVICES
building, quiet, close to Gill-                                       OBO. Excellent condition, 425-         www.agilityfun.com                  PART-TIME DISHWASHER               CAREGIVER AVAILABLE,                     RETIRED RN AVAILABLE to                                                           FOUND MONEY. CALL Issa-
man. Pets OK. Section 8.           rentals of new Condos & Cha-       392-8415
                                   lets, 1-4 bdrms, full kitchen,
                                                                                                                 425-271-5433                     COME JOIN OUR TEAM!               EXPERIENCED. Live out. Pri-              house sit July, August and                                                        quah Police at 425-837-3200
Move-in special. Call 425-890-                                                                                                                            Apply at                  vate. Call 425-441-8276                  September. Call Lynda 206-                            204-Lost                    to claim.
1171                               F/P, hot tubs, slope-side loca-             66-Furniture
                                   tions,      1(800)811-4588.                                                TRANSPORTATION                    Bellewood Retirement Apts.                                                   529-8099 or Janette (cell) 602-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      LOST 3-YEAR-OLD FEMALE
                                   www.BearCountry.ca <w>             ESTATE SALE, HIDE-A-BED,                                                  3710 Providence Pt. Dr. SE                                                   320-1272
                                                                      $150, matching loveseat $100,                                                                                 CHILD CARE/NANNY POSI-                                                            chocolate and tan Min-Pin on
                                                                                                                                                    Issaquah, WA 98029                                                                                                                                           TO ADVERTISE USE
    15-Apartments Furnished                                           coffee table $50, antique pie                                                                                 TION wanted. Have raised,                                                         Front Street near Issaquah
                                            FINANCIAL                                                                 91-Autos
RETIRED RN DESIRES 2BD                                                crust table $100, secretary                                                    Or send email to               cared for, taught, loved chil-                                                    High School. $50.00 reward.                   CLASSIFIEDS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               TO ADVERTISE USE                       Contact Steve, 206-288-9403
for July-September. Janette
602-320-1272 or Lynda 206-
                                                                      desk $150, bedroom set (dou-
                                                                      ble) and triple dresser
                                                                                                              $$CASH$$                            Keenon@bellewood.com              dren. 425-281-5225
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  CLASSIFIEDS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  392-6434 Ext. 222
                                       41-Money & Finance             $150/set, wrought iron double            FOR JUNK                                                                                                         392-6434 Ext. 222
529-8099                                                                                                                                                                            COMMERCIAL CREDIT/FI-
                                   LOCAL PRIVATE INVESTOR             bed w/mattress/springs $150,          AUTOS & TRUCKS                      THE HOLIDAY INN, Issaquah           NANCIAL Analyst, 25 years
         17-Duplexes               loans money on real estate         La-Z-Boy $100, bookcase $50.           Bodies & Frames                    is a hotel committed to cus-        experience. Commercial real
ISSAQUAH DUPLEX 2BR/               equity. I loan on houses, raw      mahogany Queen Anne dining
                                                                                                                 Hauled                         tomer service. We are looking       estate, inventory, A/R, equip-                                                   Be Our Champion
                                   land, commercial property and      table w/four chairs, $300. 425-                                           for others with that same pas-      ment lending background.                   The Executive Director is chief administrator and champion of our organization, tenaciously serving
1BA, W/D, NS/NP, near com-
munity center/schools/down-        property development. Call         313-0377                                253-852-6363                      sion to join our team. If this      Seeking contract/permanent                 our growing membership. This community leadership position is responsible for
                                                                                                                                                sounds like you, you belong at
town, $1000/month. 425-518-        Eric at 1(800)563-3005,                                                    206-244-4314                      Holiday Inn.® We are seeking
                                                                                                                                                                                    employment. 425-868-8284
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               implementing chamber policies, executing chamber functions and fundraising
9196                               www.fossmortgage.com <w>
                                                                      NICE 44” ROUND white tiled                    Budget                      a F/T Maintenance Engineer
                                                                                                                                                dedicated to maintaining our        HR/OFFICE MANAGER WITH
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               events, efficiently serving our membership, directing staff and volunteers, and
                                                                      table with leaf, $135.00. 425-                                                                                                                           successfully administering the approved annual budget. For a full description of
                                                                      313-1734                               Auto Wrecking                      guest rooms. If you enjoy de-       over 15 years experience in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               the position, please visit our website at www.snovalley.org.
                                                                                                                                                tail work then this position is     the high tech field seeks posi-
                                                                                                                                                for you. Experience in caulk-       tion with stable company.
                                                                                                                                                ing, furniture touch up, paint-     425-891-5869                               Qualified candidates must send a letter of application and their resume to:
                                                                                                           HALL’S AUTO LTD.                     ing, basic plumbing and basic                                                  Executive Director Search Committee
                                                                                                             $ for junk vehicles                electrical required. Valid driv-    LOOKING FOR OFFICE work                    Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce
                                                                                                          We sell quality new & used            ers license, own vehicle, proof     I can do from home or at your              P.O. Box 357
                                                                                                          auto parts, tires & batteries         of insurance and clean driving      office. Dependable, mature,                                                                                  Deadline:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               North Bend, WA 98045
                                                                                                             Used autos for sale                record are also required. Start-    10-20 hours/week. 425-445-                                                                               Friday, June 19
                                                                                                                                                ing wage is $15.00 an hour          8083                                       or e-mail materials to: svcc.minna@comcast.net
                                                                                                           10-6pm T-F, 10-4pm Sat.
                                                                                                                                                along with worldwide hotel dis-
                                                                                                                425-392-3287                    counts, matching 401K, health



                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Real Estate Marketplace
                                                                                                                                                insurance and a free meal dur-
                                                                                                                                                ing your shift. If you would like
                                                                                                                     100-Boats                  to apply for this position,
                                                                                                          BOAT PART LIQUIDATION.                please email your resume to
                                                                                                          www.marinesurplus.com <w>             melanie.lindell@hiissaquah.co
                                                                                                                                                m, fax resume to (425)391-
                                                                                                                                                4650 or stop by and fill out an
                                                                                                             119-Colleges/Schools               application at 1801 12th Ave
                                                                                                                                                NW, Issaquah.
                                                                                                          ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE
                                                                                                          from home. Medical, Business,
                                                                                                          Paralegal, Computers, Crimi-
                                                                                                          nal Justice. Job placement as-
                                                                                                          sistance. Computer available.
                                                                                                          Financial aid if qualified. Call
                                                                                                          1(866)858-2121; www.                                                                TIGER MOUNTAIN VIEWS                                    $1,499,000 THE WOODS @ SQUAK MOUNTAIN                                            $525,000
                                                                                                          CenturaOnline.com <w>                                                         $251K Price Drop! Magnificent showcase of style & elegance! Dramatic          Hip, updated Burnstead resale w/fully fenced back yard. 5 skylights
                                                                                                                                                  135-Help Wanted-Other                 entry & stair case, vaulted gathering rm w/cherry built-ins, chef’s kit, &    provide ample daylight. Kitchen includes granite countertops w/eating
                                                                                                                                                                                        dreamy mstr ste. 7636sf www.TigerMountainViews.com #28124934                  bar, hardwood floors & plenty of cupboard space. Custom built-ins.
                                                                                                                    EMPLOYMENT                  A TRAVELING FUN Job!                    ChristineKipp.com 425-961-5325                                                #29065709 Holly Hovey 206-726-1111
                                                                                                                                                Travel the USA. Must be neat,
                                                                                                                                                outgoing and free to travel.            ?    CUSTOMRAINIERVIEWS.COM                                   $1,499,000 EAST HILL, KENT                                                      $489,000
                                                                                                            134-Help Wanted-Local               Start immediately. No experi-           Picturesque Mt. Rainier & Lk Samm views from several decks & nearly           In-city retreat or development opportunity. 3BR rambler on 2.1ac. Rm for
                                                                                                                                                                                        every room. 4BR/4BA, 3rd floor view master ste. Lush landscape, year          3-4 more houses. Convenient location to 167 & elem. school under const.
                                                                                                                                                ence necessary.Call Mr. T                                                                                             Open flr plan. heated travertine flrs, bonus rm, den, 20x20 shop.
                                                                                                          BUSY ITALIAN RESTAU-                                                          round color, walking trails & privacy. CustomRainierViews.com
                                                                                                                                                888-440-0944 <w>                        #29057773 ChristineKipp.com 425-961-5325                                      #29066787 Joe Jaech 206-484-5410
                                                                                                          RANT in Issaquash looking for
                                                                                                          experienced Cooks, P/T and                                                    UPSCALE 5BR - NEW PRICE                                         $815,000 CARNATION                                                             $329,000
                                                                                                          F/T Please call 425-444-4089,         ABLE TO TRAVEL: Hiring                  2 sty w/full finished basement showcasing a completely equipped Media         Instant equity alert! Great location. 2-story home on mostly cleared and
                                                                                                          Ask for Kevin.                        eight people, no experience             Rm & fully equipped Billiards Rm. 4949 Sq. Ft., upscale finishes on           sunny 1+ acre lot. Short sale with local lender - quick decision, no waiting
                                                                                                                                                necessary, transportation &             beautiful view lot! Visit www.EdgemoorViews.com for more info.                for months for approval. Heated 16’x18’ shop. #28190368
                                                                                                                                                                                        #28156645 ChristineKipp.com 425-961-5325                                      Joe Jaech 206-484-5410
                                                                                                                                                lodging furnished, expense
                                                                                                          DENTAL ASSISTANT NEED-                paid training. Work/travel en-          BUILD ON PINE LAKE                                              $799,000 3 LOTS AVAILABLE!                                                     $149,000
                                                                                                          ED. Well established general          tire U.S. Start immediately.            NEW PRICE! A gorgeous piece of property on one of the Eastside’s most         Sold separately or combine with adjacent listings 29076399 and
                                                                                                          Dental Practice in Issaquah           www.protekchemical.com Call             desireable lakes, this lvl parcel is ready for your dream home! Entire lot    29076435 to form a 47,632 square foot lot for $399k. Sewer service to
                                                                                                          has an opening for fully ex-                                                  useable & sewer hookup is in the st. BuildOnPineLake.com #28176081            area to be completed 2010. Likely July 2009 annexation into North Bend.
                                                                                                                                                1-877-936-7468.<w>                                                                                                    #29066227 Joe Jaech 206-484-5410
                                                                                                          panded dental assistant, 4                                                    ChristineKipp.com 425-961-5325
                                                                                                          days/week. We are looking for
                                                                                                          a positive personality, who is
                                                                                                                                                DRIVER -- CURRENTLY HIR-                425-391-5600 N 1151 NW Sammamish Rd. Issaquah N www.coldwellbankerbain.com
                                                                                                                                                ING Experienced Teams and
                                                                                                          great with patients and co-
                                                                                                                                                Solos with HazMat. Dry Van &
                                                                                                          workers, motivated, reliable,
                                                                                                                                                Temp Control available. O/Os
                                                                                                          and can multi-task in a busy,                                                                                                                                     RESIDENTIAL                            RESIDENTIAL
                                                                                                                                                welcome. Call Covenant (866)
                                                                                                          two doctor office. Ideal candi-                                                                                                                            ISSAQUAH                $489,000        SAMMAMISH               $789,000
                                                                                                                                                684-2519. EOE <w>
                                                                                                          date will have dental experi-                                                                                                                              BY     APPT:    Desirable               BY APPT: 2.77 acres on
                                                                                                          ence, computer skills and ex-                                                                                                                              Mirrormont rambler. 3                   meandering country lane.
                                                                                                          perience with digital radiogra-                                                                                                                            bedroom, 2.5 bath, granite              Very private. 2740 sq ft, 4
                                                                                                          phy. Eaglesoft experience a                                                                                                                                kitchen,        updated!                bedroom/2.75         bath.
                                                                                                          plus. Salary DOE, Benefits.                                                                                                                                #29060378. Lou Bergman                  #28176678. Cheryl Crane
                                                                                                          Fax resume 425-391-3869 or
                                                                                                          email: federoffice@qwest
                                                                                                          office.net
                                                                                                                                                   WE                                                       F E AT U R E D H O M E
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     425-765-6844/392-6600.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ISSAQUAH
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          BY APPT: Live in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             $334,950 VINTAGE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             425-392-6600.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     $469,950
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             BY APPT: Large floorplan w/


                                                                                                          HILTON GARDEN INN
                                                                                                                                                  NEED                                                                        TALUS              $820,000 country/walk 3 bedroom 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          as a button
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        to town. Cute
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              BY APPT: Stunning city bath on 2 tax lots + under
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              views. Beautiful 5 bedroom/ $335K! #29033094. Norma
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             4 bdrms + bonus includes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             main flr bdrm & 3/4 bath.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Central air. #29065832.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Bob Richards 425-392-8050/392-
                                                                                                               Seattle/Issaquah
                                                                                                                 Experienced
                                                                                                                                                  A JOB!                                                                      5 bath, 2 bonus rooms, Foss 425-392-6600
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              chefs kit, fam rm/4,420 sf.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              #28099829. J. Lipetz 425- MAY VALLEY          $699,950
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             6600.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 CONDOMINIUMS
                                                                                                            Front Desk Supervisor, F/T                                                                                        445-5201/392-6600.          BY APPT: 2 custom ramblers                         DAYBREAK                $220,000
                                                                                                                Housekeeper, F/T
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          1.27 acres. 5 bedroom/3                            BY APPT: 1 bdrm + den/1
                                                                                                               Host/Hostess - AM in                                                                                                                       bath + den. Granite, stone,                        bth ground flr, new carpet,
                                                                                                                    restaurant.                                                                                                                           river rock frpl. 2 car gar/                        deck w/storage clst/mtn
                                                                                                              All positions must work
                                                                                                                                                                                              RESIDENTIAL                          RESIDENTIAL                                                               view/2 carports/mins to I-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          shed.     #28178764.     D.                        90, shopping. #29077872.
                                                                                                                     weekends.                                                          BELLEVUE               $449,000 FAIRWOOD                      $384,950       Reardon 425-392-6600.                   D. Reardon 425-392-6600.
                                                                                                             Please apply in person, 24                                                 BY APPT: Rambler close to             BY APPT: 4 bedroom/2.5
                                                                                                          hours/day or email/fax resume                                                 town. 7 car garage, 3 bdrm,           bath updated Maple View                NORTH BEND UPLANDS                      DOWNTOWN ISSAQUAH
                                                                                                           jmorgan@hgissaquah.com,                                                      den, family rm, 3 baths.              Estates home. 1/3 acre lot                           $899,000                                $259,999
                                                                                                              1800 NW Gilman Blvd.,                                                                                                                                  BY APPT: Incredible facility             BY APPT: Updtd 2 bdrm/1.5
                                                                                                                                                                                        Large fenced, private lot.            w/sport court and mountain             ready for custom built hm.
                                                                                                          Issaquah near Evergreen Ford                                                  #29081731. C. Elliott 425-            views. #29061459. Tim                                                          bth twnhm on Iss Creek. All
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Indoor cvrd riding arena. 4             new ss appl, pergo flrs,
                                                                                                                   & Burger King.                                                       392-6600.                             Church 425-392-6600.                   stall brn/4 car gar/view                carport,   sunrm     flrpln.
                                                                                                              425-837-3600                       FULL & PART-TIME                                                                                                    #27153677 Y. Dalke 425-829-             #29046611. D. Reardon 425-
                                                                                                            Fax: 425-837-3635                                                           DEMERY HILL            $449,000 ISSAQUAH                      $575,000       3772/392-6600.                          392-6600.
                                                                                                                                                    POSITIONS                           BY APPT: 3 bedroom 2.25        BY       APPT:    Beautiful
                                                                                                                                                   Work outdoors generating             bath, 1680 sf-private, cul-    contemporary home, walk to                    PLATEAU                  $710,000 ISSAQUAH                      $299,000
                                                                                                            WE’RE BUYING!                                                               de-sac lot. New roof,          downtown. 3 bdrm/2.5 bath                     BY APPT: Prestine 4 bdrm/               BY      APPT:    Spacious
                                                                                                                                                    Orders for FREE health &                                                                                         2.5 bth Buchan on lrg lot.              townhome. 2-bedroom/2.5
                                                                                                                                                      Safety Inspections of             hrdwds, bths. #29012079.       low maintenance. 2 car                        Bns rm + den. Spacious kit.             bath w/2-car garage, gas
                                                                                                          Old COINS and CURRENCY
                                                                                                                                                   residential Trees & Shrubs.          Cheryl Crane 206-930-2551/425- garage. #29079437. C.                         Like new hrdwd flrs + crpt.             fireplace. #28138213. Bruce
                                                                                                             Gold & Silver Bullion                                                      392-6600.                      Elliott 425-392-6600.
                                                                                                                                                          • Flexible Hours                                                                                           #29044359. S. Cox 425-444-              Clouse 206-660-3777/425-392-
                                                                                                             Scrap Gold Jewelry                                                                                                                                      4156/392-6600.                          6600.
                                                                                                             Sterling Silverware                       • Up to $1000/week               DUVALL                 $150,000 ISSAQUAH                      $530,000
                                                                                                           Diamonds & Gemstones                      • Travel, Cell & Medical           BY APPT: West facing 2.93             BY APPT: Updtd 3 bedroom/              RENTON HILL             $600,000        LOWER KENNYDALE
                                                                                                           Vintage Wristwatches &                            Allowances                 acres w/expired septic                2 bath rambler. Hdwds,                 BY APPT: 4 bdrm, bonus                               $485,000
                                                                                                            Early Pocket Watches                                                        permit, well coy & power.             granite, frpl, new roof, deck,         room & den. Hdwds,                      BY APPT: Top flr end unit w/
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The Issaquah Press                     Wednesday, JUNE 17, 2009 •                          D5

                                       P OLICE & F IRE
                     Out of tune
                                                                   Eastside Fire & Rescue
                       A caller claiming to be from                reports for June 17
                     Guitar Center called a Southeast
                     18th Street man at 9:56 p.m. May                 At midnight on June 9, a
                     29 and asked for his credit card              unit from Station 76 re-
                     number to confirm a purchase at               sponded to a burn complaint
                     the store. When the man refused,              on Tiger Mountain Road
                     the caller yelled obscenities and             Southeast and 269th Avenue
                     hung up.                                      Southeast.
                                                                      At 5:14 p.m. June 11, four
                     Purse snatched                                units from Station 73 re-
                                                                   sponded to an outbuilding
                       A purse was stolen from an                  structural fire at Northeast
                     unlocked vehicle parked at                    Katsura Street and 17th Av-
                     Cascade Ridge Elementary School,              enue Northeast.
                     2020 Trossachs Blvd. S.E., prior to              At 8:44 p.m. June 11, four
                     2 p.m. May 16. The loss is estimat-           units and a chaplain from
                     ed at $200.                                   Station 83 responded to a
                                                                   cardiac arrest at 252nd Place
                     Headrest headache                             Southeast and 254th Avenue
                                                                   Southeast.
                        DVD players built into headrests              At 8:39 a.m. June 12, four
                     and Chanel sunglasses were stolen             units from Station 83 re-
                     from an unlocked Chevrolet parked at          sponded to a cardiac arrest
                     an East Lake Sammamish Shore Lane             at Southeast 35th Street and
                     Southeast house prior to 9 a.m. May           Providence Point Drive
                     26. The loss is estimated at $2,300.          Southeast.
                                                                      At 1:57 p.m. June 12, four
                     Movin’ out                                    units from Station 71 re-
                                                                   sponded to a motor vehicle
                        A vehicle pulled out of the Issaquah       accident at Front Street South
                     Transit Center, 1050 17th Ave. N.W.,          and Southeast 104th Street.
                     failed to yield and struck a U-Haul              At 8:43 a.m. June 13, two
                     trailer at 11:32 a.m. May 29. The             units from Station 72 re-
                     accident caused minor damage and a            sponded to a vehicle fire at
                     flat tire on the trailer. The drivers         Southeast Newport Way lead-
                     exchanged insurance information.              ing to eastbound Interstate 90.
                                                                      At 3:57 p.m. June 14, four
                     Ford tough                                    units from Station 72 re-
                                                                   sponded to a motor vehicle
                        Two employees at Evergreen Ford,           accident on westbound Inter-
                     1500 18th Ave. N.W., were involved            state 90 at Westlake Sam-
                     in an accident at 12:29 p.m. May 29.          mamish Parkway Southeast.
                     One employee was driving a cus-                  At 7:34 p.m. June 14,
                     tomer’s vehicle; the other was driving        seven units and a fire investi-
                     a dealership vehicle. The accident            gator from Station 71 re-
                     caused minor damage to both vehi-             sponded to a multifamily
                     cles, and the drivers wanted police to        structural fire at Newport
                     determine who was at fault. An offi-          Way Northwest and Third
                     cer determined both drivers bore              Court Northwest.
                     responsibility for the accident.                 At 9:04 June 14, three
                                                                   units from Station 74 re-
                     Let my love open the door                     sponded to a vehicle fire on a
                                                                   dead-end street off Southeast
                       Officers who received a report of a         88th Street.
                     burglary in the 1900 block of 18th
                     Avenue Northeast at 3:32 p.m. May
                     29 instead discovered that the             mother prior to 6 p.m. June 1. The
                     boyfriend of one of the homeowners         mother told police he stepped on her
                     had forced the door at the owner’s         foot, backed her into a corner and
                     request in order to retrieve her key.      threw her mobile phone to the
                     The other homeowner was notified.          ground. She told officers the conflict
                                                                began after she set aside some of his
                     Assault                                    money. She said she was afraid he
                                                                would run away if he had the money.
                       Two elderly women were involved          When he asked for the money, she
                     in an altercation at a care facility in    refused and he became angry. The
                     the 700 block of Northwest Juniper         woman was not injured.
                     Street at 3:59 p.m. May 29. A nurse
                     said both women were afflicted with        Baby talk
                     Alzheimer’s disease.
                                                                  An infant playing with the phone in
                     Golden years                               the 1500 block of Northeast Katsura
                                                                Street misdialed 911 at 7:06 p.m.
                       A resident of Issaquah Nursing and       June 1.
                     Rehabilitation Center, 805 Front St. S.,
                     was missing overnight May 30. A staff      Wallet walks
                     member at the facility said the man
                     had no physical or mental health prob-       A wallet was stolen from Lowe’s,
                     lems. He reappeared at the facility at     1625 11th Ave. N.W., prior to 3:52 p.m.
                     about 9:30 a.m. May 30. He said he         June 2. The loss is estimated at $8.
                     had been out with friends in Issaquah.
                                                                Assault
                     Does not compute
                                                                  A 14-year-old boy was arrested
                        Two laptop computers were stolen        for assault at 4:25 p.m. June 2
                     from Skyline High School, 1122             after he threw a beanbag at his
                     228th Ave. S.E., prior to 10 a.m. May      mother’s head and threatened her
                     28. The computers were marked with         with a pair of needle-nosed pliers.
                     blue stickers that said “repair” and       Police said the boy has a history of
                     left in the loading dock hallway. The      violent behavior; he threatened to
                     loss is estimated at $1,250.               stab his mother with a kitchen
                                                                knife in March. Police said he
                     Tattletale                                 made a bomb from a tennis ball
                                                                and ignited it in a field at Cascade
                        A resident of the 1700 block of 12th    Ridge Elementary School, 2020
                     Avenue Northeast complained about a        Trossachs Blvd. S.E., in May. Police
                     neighbor’s children riding bicycles and    searched his room and found sev-
                     leaving toys in the alley behind their     eral items that could be used to
                     homes at 12:40 p.m. June 1. When an        make an explosive device.
                     officer contacted the neighbor, he or
                     she said another officer had respond-      Speed demon
                     ed earlier in the week to reports of the
                     other caller driving fast in the alley.      Officers helped state troopers
                                                                arrest a suspect near the intersection
                     Runner away                                of Mountain Park Boulevard
                                                                Southwest and Mount Cedar Drive
                       A theft occurred from a Toyota           Southwest at 4:49 p.m. June 2.
                     4Runner parked in the 500 block of         Troopers said they pursued the sus-
                     Newport Way Northwest prior to 2:22        pect on Interstate 90, where the sus-
                     p.m. June 1. The loss is estimated at      pect was driving 130 mph. The sus-
                     $300.                                      pect crashed the vehicle and was
                                                                taken into custody. Officials said the
                     Like a good neighbor                       vehicle had a stolen license plate.

                       A woman in the 300 block of              Entering Issaquah
                     Southeast Andrews Street said her
                     neighbor had been pulling into her           A dump truck suffered brake prob-
                     driveway and talking to her at her         lems and collided with the Issaquah
                     mailbox. She told an officer at 5:19       and freeway signs on I-90 near
                     p.m. June 1 that she is a private per-     Newport Way at 4:56 p.m. June 2.
                     son and the neighbor chats were
                     making her uncomfortable. The offi-        Assault
                     cer asked the woman if she had
                     asked her neighbor to stop; she had          A 22-year-old Issaquah man was
                     not. The officer told her this might be    charged with fourth-degree assault in
                     a good place to start. She said she        connection with a domestic violence
                     would ask her neighbor to stop             incident in the 22500 block of
                     pulling into her driveway.                 Southeast 56th Street at 8:09 p.m.
                                                                June 2.
                     Assault
                                                                Police blotter information comes directly
                       A 13-year-old boy assaulted his          from local police reports.
                                                                                              The Issaquah Press


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                                         Principal honored on Wayne Hamasaki Day
                                                                                                                                BY CHANTELLE LUSEBRINK


                                                                                                                                  June 5 was a day unlike any
                                                                                                                                other for Principal Wayne
                                                                                                                                Hamasaki, of Sunset Elementary
Clark students                                                                                                                  School.
  Clark Elementary School stu-                                                                                                    In song and rhymes, students
dents collected canned food,                                                                                                    and many parents gathered to put
juices and other necessities to                                                                                                 on the largest party of the year,
donate to the Issaquah Food                                                                                                     honoring Hamasaki and celebrat-
and Clothing Bank from May                                                                                                      ing his 60th birthday.
27 to June 10. Students col-                                                                                                      “A school is classes, books, jani-
lected more than 660 items to                                                                                                   tors, a building and a lot of teach-
donate to the food bank.                                                                                                        ers,” Jody Mull, a parent and organ-
  “Community service and                                                                                                        izer, said at the event. “But it takes
helping people in need are core                                                                                                 one person to lead them all and we
values that the teachers and                                                                                                    are so fortunate to know and have
staff at Clark teach,” Kathleen                                                                                                 Principal Hamasaki to do that.”
Hieman, a parent volunteer,                                                                                                       “I knew they had something
wrote in an e-mail to The Press.                                                                                                planned, but I had no idea what
“They were walking the talk on                                                                                                  the plan was,” Hamasaki said.
that over the past two weeks.”                                                                                                  “This was a total surprise.”                                                                    BY GREG FARRAR
                                                                                                                                  Principal Wayne Hamasaki Day           Sunset Elementary School students (from left) Tommy Reisner, Alexandra
                                                                                                                                was created four years ago.              Cowan, Courtney Nelson, Payton Pacheco and Christian Cho hold up some of
                                                                                                                                  Why would a principal have his         the letters spelling ‘Principal Wayne Hamasaki Day.’
                                                                                                                                own holiday? When was the last
                                                                                                                                time a principal you knew dyed his
                                                                                                                                hair and shaved it off for students
                                                                                                                                meeting an Eager Reader goal or
                                                                                                                                                                               Schools in focus                  PRINCIPAL WAYNE HAMASAKI IS:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Positive
                                                                                                                                dressed up like John Travolta from                                                        Remarkable
                                                                                                                                “Saturday Night Fever?”                                                                   Incredible
                                                                                                                                  This year’s celebration was one                                                         Noble
                                                                                                                                beyond compare with Sunset spirit                                                         Creative
                                                                                                                                and Principal Hamasaki-themed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Important
                                                                                                                                days for students to dress up. The
Issaquah Valley students                                                                                                        week culminated in an assembly                                                            Powerful
and volunteers                                                                                                                  with guest speakers — from the                                                            Amazing
  Issaquah Valley Elementary                                                                                                    pint-sized to Superintendent Steve                                                        Loyal
School is celebrating the suc-                                                                                                  Rasmussen — several videos and
cess of its May 15th Walk-A-                                                                                                    photo slideshows, and a Latin                                                             Wonderful
Thon. With pledges in and                                                                                BY GREG FARRAR         brass and drum band Bochinche.                                                            All-American
counted, the school has sur-             Sunset Elementary School principal Wayne Hamasaki, his wife Sandy and his                “We can’t educate without the                                                           Young
passed its goal and raised more          daughter Cathy (from left), enjoy the school assembly in honor of his 60th birthday.   community’s involvement and it is                                                         Nice
than $31,000. The money will                                                                                                    clear they love him,” Rasmussen           This week— Sunset Elementary School             Extraordinary
support art, science and other                                                                                                  said. “Parents love him and love
programs at the school.
                                                            POEM                       It really doesn’t matter,
                                                                                                                                who he is. He wears goofy ties and       who read his entry from a book
                                                                                       Because we all know,                                                                                                               Happy
                                           Sunset is very lucky,                       That he’s by far the “bestest”           he connects with their kids. He          students gave Hamasaki. “Also,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Awesome
Blake Johnston                             To have a special someone,                  The greatest,                            does all the wonderful things prin-      you are funny. Another reason I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Magnificent
                                           Who’s more than just a principal,                                                    cipals are supposed to do with           like you is that you work so hard.
                                                                                       The nicest,                                                                                                                        Almighty
  Blake                                    But a friend to everyone.                                                            their staff and kids.”                   Thank you.”
Johnston, a                                                                            The most “wonderfulest”                    As part of the ceremonies, stu-           “I am very proud he is able to                Superior
                                           He is smiley, kind and thoughtful,          In all the lands.
Liberty                                    And a super lending hand,                                                            dents presented Hamasaki with a          relate to all the kids, as well as               Amazing
High School                                                                            Sooooo, Mr. Hamasaki,                    book of thoughts, poems and col-         their parents,” said Sandy                       Kind
                                           Yes, he’s the grrrrrrrrreatest principal,   Happy, happy birthday,
graduate of                                                                                                                     lages they created for his birthday,     Hamasaki, his wife and a first                   Inspiring
the class of                               In all of Sunsetland.                       From the bottom of our hearts,           and they revealed a new poem for         grade teacher at Grand Ridge Ele-
2009, was                                  Or should it be                             We just want you to know,                him.                                     mentary School. “He loves what he                Dedication
selected as                                The greatest cameraman                      We think you’re A-1 TOPS!!                 “Happy birthday. Thank you for         does, and it is nice to see the out-             Awesome
a Washing-                                 In all of Cougarland?                       Happy birthday!                          being the best principal I’ve ever       pouring of feelings they have for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Youthful
ton Scholar                                                                                                                     known,” said student Justin Ong,         him.”
for 2009.
  The award is the highest
honor the state bestows to grad-
uating high school seniors each
year and is part of the National
                                                                                                                        Around the District
Merit Scholarship program.                                                                                           At left, Skyline High School's Gridiron Club and
  Johnston was awarded the
scholarship during a luncheon
                                                                                                                      Evergreen Ford combined in the Drive One 4
with Gov. Chris Gregoire on                                                                                           UR School event May 16 to raise $4,060 with
Washington Scholar Day on                                                                                               free test drives of Ford Motor Co. products.
May 20 in Olympia at the Capi-                                                                                        Ford donated $20 to the football program for
tol Building.
  Johnston has maintained a                                                                                                          each vehicle driven.
4.0 grade point average. He                                                                                            At right, Issaquah Valley Elementary School
will attend the University of                                                                                        students Anne Ginther (left) and Saul Ramirez
Washington this fall and study                                                                                      (right) recently received bicycles for their efforts
environmental engineering.
                                                                                                                      in the Bikes for Books program sponsored by
Gold Stars highlights accomplishments                                                                                  the Issaquah Myrtle Masonic Lodge No. 108.
— big or small — by Issaquah stu-                                                                                   Presenting the bikes are (from left) reading spe-
dents. Send a few sentences and the
student’s name, age, grade, school and                                                                              cialist Julie Enyeart, Principal Jennell Hawthorn
good deed to clusebrink@isspress.com.                                                                                          and lodge member Bill Werner.



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