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					                                                               Volume 25 • Issue 1 • Winter 2011

     WAYS TO GIVE
Our work depends on a healthy mix of fund-             Come one, come all!
                                                Friends of the Anacortes Community Forest Lands
ing sources. All contributions to our group
are tax deductible. Please consider the
following options for financial contribution
to our organization.                                      Annual Membership Mee ng
1. Active Membership
                                                               Tuesday, January 25th at 7-9pm
Dues are due in January! There are dif-           American Croa an Club of Anacortes, located at 1202 7th St.
ferent categories of membership to suit
your preference. Any contributions to our
group above your membership level are         Special guest presenta on by Joe Gaydos of the SeaDoc Society
                                                      “Forest Wildlife Connec ons”
greatly appreciated. See our membership
form on the back page.

2. Individual Contributions
We greatly appreciate any contribu-
                                              This is a great opportunity to get to know more about the Friends of the
tions to help support our education and       Forest and our work in service to the Anacortes Community Forest Lands. We
outreach program. You can make these in       will begin with a brief annual report and elec ons followed by a very special
honor or in memory.                           presenta on. Discussion and refreshments will follow. Hope to see you there!
3. Friends of the Forest
    Endowment Fund                            Our guest speaker is Joe Gaydos of the SeaDoc Society (UC Davis). He is a
We have an endowment fund established         veterinarian based on Orcas Island who conducts research on wildlife all over
with the Skagit Community Foundation.         the world, yet has a special love and knowledge of our local Salish Sea region.
The purpose of this fund is to create an
endowment that will eventually provide
                                              He is a highly engaging speaker, as those who were lucky enough to hear his
interest income to our organization. This     presenta on on river o ers a few years ago will a est. Joe is excited to talk
is an excellent option for sizeable dona-     with us about our amazing forest, and the importance of wildlife and habitat
tions to our group.                           connec vity from the forest to the sea. Do not miss this chance to meet Joe
4. Planned Giving                             and learn more about the hidden life and needs of our most intriguing local
If you are making estate plans, please        wild animals.
consider including our organization.           For more informa on about the SeaDoc Society and Joe Gaydos, visit
You may contact Denise Crowe or Jean                                 www.seadocsociety.org.
Andrich (360-293-3725) at our office to
discuss any of these options.
                                              More annual mee ng informa on on page 2.



Lonely Forest Concert to Benefit
Friends of the Forest
Mark your calendar for a Saturday, March 5, 2011 rock concert at the Port
Warehouse featuring The Lonely Forest. This Anacortes band is already being played
on radio and MTV. The event will kick off a national tour in support of their major
label debut album, “Arrows,” released by Atlantic Records’ Trans imprint.

Last year the band raised thousands of dollars for the reconstruction of the
trestle; this Friends of the Forest benefit is another example of the group’s
support for hometown causes, even while they are rising stars nationally. Look                                    The Lonely Forest

for more information soon on opening acts and advance tickets on our website. The Lonely Forest produced a video,
filmed at last year’s Anacortes 4th of July Parade for their new single, “Turn Off This Song And Go Outside.” To view it,
click the YouTube link on the band’s website: www.thelonelyforest.com


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Annual Mee ng Items for Considera on:
Board members up for re-elec on are:
Karen Haynes
Denise Crowe
Mary Sikkema
(Nomina ons will be accepted from the floor)


By-Laws: The board is proposing the following By-law amendments. This document has not been updated since 2003.
Please take a look at the proposed (underlined)changes and go to our website: www.friendsoftheacfl.org to view en re
document. We will be vo ng to approve these changes at the Annual Mee ng.
Page 1. Ar cle II – Purposes
Add - Dedicated to the preserva on of the Anacortes Community Forest Lands through educa on, outreach & stewardship.

Page 2. Ar cle IV – Mee ngs
Sec on 1. The corpora on shall meet annually within the first quarter of the calendar year during the month of January to elect members of the Board
of Directors and conduct other business that may properly come before the mee ng. The mee ng shall be held at a me and place to be determined
by the Board of Directors.

Page 2. Ar cle V – Board of Directors
Sec on 1. Powers The FRIENDS shall be managed by an elected Board of Directors consis ng of seven to nine members. The authority of the Board
of Directors shall include the authority to direct the affairs of the FRIENDS, retain necessary staff or contractors and raise and spend funds as required
to meet the purposes of the organiza on.

Page3 and 4. Ar cle VII – Commi ees
Sec on 1. Board Commi ees
b. CEP - Monitor and support Promote the City of Anacortes’ Conserva on Easement Program.
i. Stewardship - Develop, coordinate and oversee stewardship ac vi es for FRIENDS.
J. Execu ve - Oversee all staff considera ons.


                 FOREST ADVISORY BOARD                                           CITY OF ANACORTES ELECTED OFFICIALS
  The City Forest Advisory Board meets every first Thursday of the month                     Mayor, 4-year term, at large, salaried - 299-1950
           at 7:00pm at Fidalgo Center and is open to the public.                 Council Members (7) 4-year terms - 3 from Wards, 4 at Large - 293-1900


 FOREST BOARD MEMBERS                       PARKS & FOREST LANDS               NAME                     ADDRESS                      PHONE TERM ENDS
 Michelle McPhee            293-2729              MANAGER                      Mayor Dean Maxwell       PO Box 547                   299-1950   12/31/13
                                            Jonn Lunsford       299-1953       W1 Nick Petrish          1907 9th                     293-5021   12/31/11
 Brian Wetcher              293-7624
                                                                               W2 Brad Adams            1908 Cedar Springs Lane      293-3056   12/31/11
 Marty Laumbattus           293-7940                                           W3 Kevin McKeown         3936 W. 12th Street          588-6998   12/31/11
 Rick Boge                  299-2692                                           P4 Brian E. Geer         2507 Shannon Point Road      293-4791   12/31/13
                                                                               P5 Cynthia Richardson    315 V Avenue                 299-9081   12/31/13
 Marcia Hunt                293-0983                                           P6 Bill Turner           13725 Goodman Lane           293-9658   12/31/13
                                                                               P7 Erica Pickett         1112 18th St                 293-6264   12/31/13


                                                                                     Meetings are 1st and 3rd Mondays, 7:30pm in Council Chambers.
                                                                                     Study Sessions are 2nd Mondays, 7:30pm in Council Chambers.


                                                             FRIENDS OF THE FOREST
                    OFFICERS                                                     BOARD MEMBERS                                             Friends of the Forest
   President           Andy Stewart         299-9406                                                                                        Board Meetings are
                                                            Andy Stewart        299-9406    Jan. 2012    akccstewart@earthlink.net          at 7pm the second
   Vice President      Monica Ochs          293-6003
   Secretary           Jean Andrich         293-0124        Jean Andrich        293-0124    Jan. 2012    jean@friendsoftheacfl.org           Wednesday of each
                                                            Lin Nichols         293-3826    Jan. 2012    lin.nichols@yahoo.com              month. We meet in
   Treasurer           Karen Haynes         708-3910
                                                            Monica Ochs         293-6003    Jan. 2012    monica.ochs@gmail.com             room #31 on the 3rd
    EDUCATION AND OUTREACH DIRECTOR                         Phil Teas           293-9643    Jan. 2012    phil.teas@shell.com               floor in the Keystone
          Denise Crowe          293-3725                                                                                                    Building, 619 Com-
                                                            Mary Sikkema        293-4311    Jan. 2011    mary_loves_summer@yahoo.com
          ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR                                                                                                        mercial Ave., Anacortes.
                                                            Karen Haynes        708-3910    Jan 2011     kak.haynes@yahoo.com
             Jean Andrich        293-3725                                                                                                  Meetings are open to
                                                            Denise Crowe        293-8426    Jan 2011     denise@friendsoftheacfl.org      the public. Please come
                 WEBSITE ADDRESS
                                                                                                                                             and get involved.
                 www.friendsoftheacfl.org


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                                                                                               Crowe’s
Happy New Year Forest Friends!
                                                                                                   Nest
    Hope this issue finds you cozy and warm a er a hike in our frosty woods. True for me on this par cular day,
what an excellent reminder to get outside and enjoy the evergreen glow in the dark season. Wildlife sigh ngs
have been ample; from spectacular swans and river o er at Li le Cranberry Lake, to scaups, eagles and
cormorants at Whistle Lake. The unexpected usually punctuates the always steady presence of winter wren
and Douglas squirrel. A special recent treat, the winter sols ce lunar eclipse was surprisingly visible and
provoked a lengthy group howl from coyotes just outside my house.
   2010 was an excellent year for our organiza on and all of our forest programs. Groundwork is laid for another
banner year. Before we know it, the salmonberry will be in bloom and the winter wren will be singing its big
spring song as hundreds of Anacortes kids experience the joy of discovery in our amazing community forest lands.
    People o en tell me that they want to come on a community hike, and then just don’t make it. We have so
many great events in the next couple of months; please make the me to join a hike, a end Joe Gaydos’
wildlife presenta on on January 25th, and come to the Lonely Forest Concert on March 5th.
Hope to see you soon!




Forest Education Benefit a Great Success!
          The Friends of the Forest Benefit Event on October 23rd was once again very successful! Thank you to everyone involved
for helping us raise nearly $41,000 to support our wide range of forest education programs.
          Thank you to the Port of Anacortes for allowing us to use the Port Warehouse which was a beautiful and accommodating
space for all of our needs. Gere-A-Deli Catering outdid themselves with a wonderful array of appetizers, a delicious dinner, and
apple pie ala mode. Fine spirits were provided by Beam Global Spirits and Wine, and beer by Anacortes Brewery. Early evening
music by Spoonshine Duo and a later evening performance by Fidalgo Swing made the night complete. A highlight this year was
the addition of aerialist, Ginger Lee from Anacortes Pilates Studio.
          We offer heartfelt recognition and thanks to all of the individuals and local businesses that contributed art, goods, and
services for our silent and live auctions. Tracy Powell was our featured artist with his sculpture titled “Green Woman”. Thank you
to Bob Vaux for being our master of ceremonies and live auctioneer!
          Sponsors for the event have our deepest gratitude. Essential financial support came from Global Diving and Salvage
Incorporated, McMullen and Ochs – Attorney at Law, Shell Puget Sound Refinery, Barrett Financial Ltd., Island Import Garage,
Sebo’s Hardware, Skagit Runners, Watermark Book Company, Emerald Marine Carpentry, R. Charlie Collins and Ute J. Collins
DDS, and Trestle Coffee Company.
          The Friends of the Forest Board and many other volunteers gave tremendous energy and time to make the evening so
special. Keegan Janicula, with the help of Donatello, created decorations that transformed the Port Warehouse into a lovely forest.
Wanda Mull was in charge of the silent and live auctions. Patti Pattee and her staff at Watermark Book Company hosted our
September Art Walk and sold event tickets. Angie at How It Works created lovely posters, programs, signs, displays and table
cards. The Wrestlers for Life provided support with the set up. We also want to thank Skagit County for helping us achieve a
Zero Waste Event.
          And last but not least, a Grand Thank You to all who came to enjoy the party and contribute. Your love for our
community woods and strong show of support for our forest education program has meant a world of difference for our work.
In these challenging times, it is inspiring to see our community step up and collectively invest in our island’s natural future. With
everyone’s help, we will continue to provide all seventh and third grade students in Anacortes with forest field trips and classes,
forest discovery summer camp for kids, community hikes of all kinds for all ages, and a range of educational, stewardship, and
conservation activities in ongoing service to the Anacortes Community Forest Lands.
          For a full listing of our more than sixty generous auction donors, and for more information about our programs, visit
www.friendsoftheacfl.org or email info@friendsoftheacfl.org.

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                                  Winter Calendar
                                       2011

                 Get to know your community forestlands! It’s time to join a guided hike,
                 and begin to learn more about the fascinating wild heart of our island.
The Friends of the Forest is a non-profit, citizen organization dedicated to the preservation of the Anacortes
Community Forest Lands through education, outreach, and stewardship. We have a multi-layered education
program that strives to meet the needs of all Fidalgo Island residents. Our education program includes K-12
guided school field trips, Adult/Senior hikes, All ages hikes, Forest Discovery Day Camp, habitat restoration
efforts, Ethnobotany field seminars, a quarterly newsletter, and our two comprehensive school district
programs; Growing Wild- native plants for all 3rd graders, and Middle School Watershed Discovery for all
students in 7th grade. Our community hikes are FREE and no registration is required. Please join us this winter
 as we continue to explore and learn more about the ACFL together. For more information about our group or
these hikes please contact Education and Outreach Director, Denise Crowe or Jean Andrich at 293-3725. You
may also visit our website www.friendsoftheacfl.org or email us at info@friendsoftheacfl.org.
Hope to see you in the woods!

                                       SENIOR/ADULT HIKES
            (For any adult with a desire to learn more about our community forest lands through an easy
                                    hike in fine company, with a naturalist guide)


Double Watershed Tour                                   Heart Lake
Friday, January 14th                                    Friday, February 11th
10:00 am to noon                                        10:00 am to noon
Start the New Year off right with a hike in the woods   Our Heart Lake hike is the perfect valentine to give yourself, or to
with friends! This is a gentle, one and a half mile     share with a friend. Together, we will look for the many early signs
route through varied forest and wetland habitats.       of spring. Meet at the Heart Lake parking lot.
Learn about the beaver that maintain these wet-
lands, and the winter waterfowl that we will be sure
to see. Meet at the end of 32nd St. off of D Ave.


Pine Ridge Circle
Friday, March 11th
10:00 am to noon
What treasures await in this lovely, hidden meadow?
Enjoy an easy hike to this unique and secret spot off
of the beaten path. Meet at the base of Mount Erie
on Ray Auld Drive.



  All ages hikes will resume in the spring.



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        In the Woods with Ranger Dave
            It’s hard to believe that 2010 has come and gone, and we are now looking into 2011. But before
       I dive into the New Year, I would like to reflect on our successes of 2010, and thank the trail users and
       volunteers who put in hundreds of hours of me to make your ACFL a be er place. Here’s a quick
       recap of 2010:
            We had a number of Eagle Scout projects completed in the ACFL in 2010, including a new trail
       bridge built by Gavin Murray and Troop 82 on trail 125. Another trail bridge was built by Ryan Ru er
       and Troop 82 on trail 249. Boy Scout Troop 84 conducted 2 service projects in the ACFL with one
       removing non-na ve invasive plants and another one picking up trash along Heart Lake Road.
             2010 gave us a successful hatching and fledging of 3 Peregrine Falcons on Mt Erie, with special
       thanks going to Volunteer Rick Machin for the many hours he put in monitoring the nes ng sit and
       repor ng his findings to ACFL Staff and State wildlife biologists.
             It was another banner year for ACFL Work Par es, with large numbers of volunteers showing up
       to par cipate in removing non-na ve invasive plants like ivy, holly, and yellow arch angel, repairing
       por ons of trails 202 and 304, repairing erosion areas along trail 101 and plan ng trees and na ve
       shrubs, and cleaning up trash along Heart Lake Road, just to name a few. The Anacortes Diving & Supply
       Shop also put on a work party, diving for trash in Li le Cranberry Lake for the Earth Day Celebra on.
             Did you know you have a person who represents you and your user group in the ACFL? The ACFL
       Trail Commi ee met mul ple mes this year to discuss and resolve trail issues, as well as conduct site
       visits in the ACFL. This commi ee also contacts me during the year to address specific maintenance
       issues that relate to their user group. The members are Dan Senour (hiker rep), Bruce Rustad
       (mtn. biker rep), Geri Rubin (equestrian rep), Marty Lamba us (motorcycle rep), and Denise Crowe
       (naturalist rep). This commi ee has volunteered many hours of their me to help make the ACFL a
       be er place. They have also helped out in removing downed trees on trails and other projects.
              A new trailhead kiosk was installed in 2010 at the base of Mt Erie on trail 248. This new kiosk
       provides informa on and regula ons on rock climbing and other issues rela ng to the south side of
       Mt Erie. It is also a place for climbers to post messages.
              That was just a sampling of the successes we had in 2010. Thanks to all who volunteered their
         me and energy in the ACFL! See you on the trails... Ranger Dave


                  ACFL Work Par es can be found on the City of Anacortes website at
                                  h p://www.cityofanacortes.org


GOT MAPS?
The 2010 ACFL maps are now available!
For only $10.00 you get 3 color water resistant maps covering all the trails around Li le Cranberry,
Heart and Whistle Lakes. Maps are available at the following loca ons:

Friends of the Forest Office, 619 Commercial Ave., #32              Lake Erie Grocery, 13378 Heart Lake Road
Parks Department at City Hall, 6th Street and Q Ave.              Watermark Book Co., 612 Commercial Ave.
Chamber of Commerce, 819 Commercial Ave.                          The Business, 402 Commercial Ave.
Skagit Cycle Center, 1620 Commercial Ave.                         Bikespot, 210 Commercial Ave.


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Thank You to All Friends of the Forest
2010 Members and *2011 Members
Evelyn & Gary Adams                 Marah Rockhold & Peter Donaldson   Pattie Hutchins
Kecia Fox & Brian Adams             Mike Gaitley & Mike Dragovich      Lisa Jackson
Kathryn Alexandra                   Dennis & Kevin Montgomery Duban    Keegan Janicula
Debbie Amos                         Greg & Doreen Dunton               Dean Janz
Jackie & Bud Anderson               Ann & Bob Dursch                   Hershel & Bonita Janz
Sandra Anderson                     Elgin & Karen Edwards              Gary & Wanda Jerrit
Bret & Jean Andrich*                Harry & Diane Eiesland             James L. & Marilyn Kenney Johnson
Frances & Frank Arnold              Eileen Eimermann                   Russ & Marianne Baker Johnson*
Shunji Asari                        Zac & Sharene Elander*             Thomas & Lane Johnson*
Terri Bakke-Schultz                 Phil & Jan Eley                    Michael & Louanne Jones*
Jack & Nancy Barnard*               Frank & SueAnne Ellis              Hugh & Wendy Kendrick*
Jeff & Denise Bauman*               Phil Elvrum                        Karin Kenney
Beth Bell                           Flip & Janet Elvrum                Matt & Bonnie Kerschbaum
Bob & Pat Bell                      Phyllis Ennes                      Tom & Robin King
Ralph Bennett                       Susanna & Bill Epler*              Eugene & Barbara Kiver
Paul Benz                           Cheryl & Doug Everhart             Jon Knechtl
Beverly & Mark Beppler *            Bruce & Margaret Evertz            Dick & Dorie Kohler*
Richard Bergner                     Jim & Ann Falk                     Roland Kollodge
David Grant Best                    Susan Ferrel*                      Rae Kozloff
Pamela Boatright                    Maurice & Helene Fink              Betty & Von Kuehn*
Marcia & Lester Books               Cliff & Johanna Finkbohner*        Trevor & Carol Kyle*
Russ & Vicki Borneman               Don & Rita Fisher*                 Diana Laiche*
Jackie Boss*                        Kathleen Flanagan                  Carl & Karen Latham
Larry & Shirley Bowlin              Peggy Flynn                        Rick Latham
Ann & Jon Bowman                    Rich, Susan & Alex Folga           Tom Lebovsky*
Judy Bown*                          Greg & Leslie Ford*                John & Mary Leone
Diann & Edward Bradley              Jim Ford*                          Mark & Peggy Leopold
Jane Brandt*                        Stuart & Marcy Ford*               E. Michael Lindsay-Jones*
John & Rose Brierley *              Shirley Fox                        Grady Lineberger*
Kevin Bright                        Arlene & Bill French*              Mark Lioni*
Laurelynn Brooks                    Didi Funk                          Sara & Tom Longworth
Hayes & Patsy Bryan                 Judy Garnett                       Dean & Rosalie Lueck
Ed Busch                            Ed & Carolyn Gastellum             Robert & Ann Lundquist
Dena Peterson & Ann Buzaitis        Barbara Gilmore                    Dirk Lunsford*
Stacey & Donald Campbell*           Albert Green*                      Mary & Pat Lyons*
Dan & Sally Casey                   John & Gerri Gunn*                 Kris & Mike Lytton*
Rick & Kristin Chambers             Merle D. Haines                    Annette Macartney
Mary & Harry Chandler               David & Deborah Hall               Rick & Meredith Machin
Carl Johansen & Judy Chapman        Jan Hersey & Jay Ham               Wendy Gray & Mac Madenwald
Nancy Chapman                       Ramona Hammerly                    Joan & Keith Magee*
Virginia Chitwood                   Ernie & Joan Handelmann            Deborah, Callie & Tynan Martin
Marie Christenson                   Sandra & Donald Harper             Tina Franulovich Martin & Steve Martin
Dorris Civille                      Jackie DeGavia & Bob Hartley       Leslie & James Massey*
Janet & Steve Clark                 Barb Hathaway                      Dean & Lisa Maxwell
Tom, Beth & Christine Cleland       Vince Streano & Carol Havens       Michael McFetridge
Sarabeth & Frank Clevenger*         Greg, Karen & Peter Haynes         Paul Dinnel & Vicki McNeil*
Jean & Roger Cline                  Leanne Lunsford Haywood            Malcolm & Michelle McPhee*
Curtis Cochran                          & Ron Haywood                  Sue & George Mehler
Kathryn Cavil & Morty Cohen         Jan & Jerry Hemme                  Robert & Barbara Meier
Melanie & Mike Horowitz-Coyne       Helen Heneks                       Deborah Mersky
Charlie & Ute Collins *             Michael & Carol Herbert            Rosalie Meyers
Dennis McMillan & Barbara Cooper    Sally Hill                         Judy & Gordon Middleton*
Bailey & David Cunningham           John & Barbara Hoenselaar          Kerri Fredrickson & Jens Mill
Gloria Cutter                       Harriet Hoffman                    Janet L. Miller*
Rick & Diane Davidson*              Bob & Ann Hostler                  Steve, Betty & Cameron Miller
Richard & Patricia De La Chapelle   Catherine Houck                    Harold G. Mitchell
Marilyn & Gene Derig                John & Linda Hunt                  W.M. Mike Mohundro
Bill & Holly Dietrich               Marcia Hunt                        Dianne Moritz
Phyllis & Ivar Dolph*               Nancy & Jerry Husted               Boshie Morris

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Darcie Morris*                      J. Allen Smith                       Rosann Wuebbels
Don & Cindy Morton*                 Laura Smith                          Margaret Yeoman
Wanda Mull                          Randy & Charlotte Spada              Linda Yerby
William & Susan Murray*             Todd & Georgia Stewart               Chris & Helen Zimmerman
Burton & Debra Newbry*              Andy & Kristin Stewart               Jaime Zullo*
Linda Nichols                       Charlene Stoner*
Gwen & John Nixon*                  Richard & Daphne Storwick            Business, Organization and
Tina Soes & Grace Novicky           Robert & Marilyn Stubbeman
Vera Oakes                          Margaret Studer*
                                                                         Foundation Members
Kristjan & Monica Ochs              JoAnne Tallman                       Anacortes Kayak Tours*
Ranger Dave Oicles                  Susan Taylor*                        Anacortes Noon Kiwanis Club*
Sydney & Dave Olausen               Philip Teas                          Autumn Leaves Bed and Breakfast
Gabriel & Jeanne Olmsted*           Cecil & June Thomas                  Bikespot
Erik Papritz                        Jim & Gina Thompson*                 Cascade Stone Supply LLC
Maria Papritz                       Brian & Candace Thomson              Happy Valley Farms
Paul Barron & Angie Partolan        Katie Tibbets*                       Innovative Orthopedic
Nick & Maria Petrish                Lyle & Carla Tiberghien              The Brown Lantern Ale House
Shelia Petry                        Jack & Sarah Tobien                  The Harry F. Barnes & Carol H. Barnes
Mary & David Picht                  Anna &Torolf Torgersen               Family Foundation*
Andrew & Joan Pitz                  Jennifer & Brian Tottenham           The Douglass-Hemmingway
Bruce & Zaida Polk                  Wendell & Dale Ann Trafton           Charitable Fund
Roy & Shelia Pringle                Richard & Carol Treston              The Runstad Foundation*
Mary Campbell & Steve Purcer*       Brady & Melissa Turnage              The Gerry Walrath Fund
Mark & Michael Raphael*             John Tursi                           The Stubbeman Family Foundation
Aaron Rasmussen                     Gina Van Hess*
Cynthia & Jack Richardson           Paul & Rene Vance                    Memorials
Dave & Nancy Ridgway*               Kristen Murphy & Bob Vaux            We wish to acknowledge donations made
Betty Rockwell                      Tom & Jean Vicary*                   by Judy and Gordon Middleton and Tricia
Hal & Susan Rooks                   Thad & Helga Wakeman                 Culina in memory of Sue Kaanta.
Patsy & Ralph Rowland               Craig Wallin
Maria & JM Ruys                     Brenda Walma*
Irv Rydberg                         Susan Parke & Dederick Ward          Gifts
Arnie Sansregret*                   Patricia Moats & Sila Washburn       A Christmas contribution was made
Gary & Bernie Santiago              Bob Shelly & Patricia Wasson         by Jack and Sara Tobien in honor of
Katherine Scott                     Steve & Lynne Webb*                  Malcolm and Michelle McPhee.
Robert Scott                        Louise & TK Wegg
Dan Senour                          John & Valerie White                 Please let us know if your name is missing,
Betty Carteret & Eric Shen          Steve & Linda Wilhoit                misspelled or if you prefer we list your name
Norma Sherin                        Lynnette Setmire & Bob Woods*        differently.
Scott Mennella & Anne Sidbury       Bill & Jennifer Woyski
Rick & Sue Sigman*                  Mark F. Wray*
James & Mary Sikkema*               Philip & Carolynne Wright




       Membership Notes:
       A friendly reminder that membership renewals are due in January, thank you to those who renewed
       early! Your mailing label shows the year you are paid through.

       We are currently updating our email addresses. If you are not receiving emails from us, please send
       an email to jean@friendsoftheacfl.org and we will change our records - thank you!

       Remember, we are in the office Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10 am to 1pm (also by
       appointment). We have maps for sale and enjoy visitors!




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                                                                                                                          Non-Profit Org.
                  FRIENDS OF THE ACFL                                                                                      U.S. Postage
                  619 Commercial #32                                                                                         PAID
                  Anacortes, Washington 98221
                                                                                                                          Anacortes, WA
                                                                                                                           Permit #42




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Thank you to all friends who have renewed their dues and a reminder to those who haven’t sent in this year - we need it! Keeping your dues
current with the Friends of the Forest is one of the best ways to Think Globally and Act Locally. On Fidalgo Island, thankfully we have the
ACFL, and it needs Friends to ensure its preservation. Our Education Program depends on your support. Thank you!




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