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C10 o:o The Arlington Times/The Marysville Globe The Weekender Opportunities , Buy shrimp licenses first )llltilrll S Special to The Weekender lions outlined in the 2001 Fishing in Washington rules pamphlet, and Conference Rooms A, B, & C of the is $15 and admission for spectators is OLYMPIA-- If you're planning available at WDFW offices, license PLAN AHEAD . . . Parks Student Union Budding on cam- $2. For information call 425-337-3882. to participate in the Hood Canal dealers and on the WDFW website, pus. shrimp fishery later this month, Fiji the Washington Department of The buoy requirements are also cultu re show Participants will enjoy German food, music, and culture for a suggested dona- Fish and Wildlife recommends described in the 2001 pamphlet. EVERETT -- The Fiji American Wel- lion of only $25 for adults or $15 for that you have your 2001 fishing Other regulations for Hood fare Association troupe of Fijian native each student with ID and senior citizens. Packers gather license in hand before you leave Canal shrimp fishing in effect this dancers will perform ancient dances in Proceeds will assist the 22 students who PUYALLUP ~ The 15th annual traditional costumes featuring fans made will go to Germany for three weeks this home. year: from coconut leaves and wooden stakes Packers Rendezvous, presented by the "The Hood Canal shrimp fish- summer. Backcountry Horsemen of Washington, ery is a very popular event that Each vessel participating in and the Master of Ceremony will be Music Instructor Kathleen Goff and is planned for May 19 and 20 at the draws a lot of people together in a the fishery may operate no more dressed as a chief in 'tapa' cloth made an ensemble of talented singers will offer Western Washington Fairgrounds in from the bark of the mulberry tree, in an a selection of German Lieder, ballads, PuyaUup. short period of time," said Bruce than four pots. event presented'by the Everett Commu- folksongs and Brecht-Well compositions. Contests include speed packing, Crawford, ~FW licensing manag- Fishers must keep the first nity College Multioulturat Services Pro- Those who feel the desire to shake a leg truck and trailer rodeo, Dutch oven cook- 80 shrimp caught. Once a person gram and the Asian Pacific Islander will receive instructions for three German ing, and the Bureau of Land Manage- er. "We recoIurnend that people has reached his or her lie_it, Coalition of Snohomish County in the dances -- the waltz, polka, and Spin- ment will have 30 horses and 12 burros buy their license before they leave Parks Student Union Multipurpose Room nradel, for adoption. home to avoid the possibility of another person may attach a buoy on campus, Thursday May 24 from 11 While listening to an array of wonder- Educational seminars cover tops like encountering long lines at license bearing his or her name and am. to 12:30 p.m. ful tunes and testing the mouthwatering back country skills and trail maintenance outlets in the Hood Canal area." address to the pot and continue The troop will sing traditional Pacific selection of foods, participants can and commercial vendors will be display- Crawford noted that recreation- fishing for a separate 80-shrimp melodies to music which is a blending of leisurely make a selection of items from ing the latest Western gear. Evening all nature found on the islands, with the a silent auction, with such gifts as trips, activities include a live auction and west- al shrimpers have the option of limit. It is acceptable for the other rhythm in the sound of the waves crash- beer steins, or art. ern entertainment. purchasing a standard person to securely affix duct tape ing on the sandy beaches, coconut trees ~ To reserve your ticket, please Admission is $5 for adults and free shellfish/seaweed license, a corn- to a buoy and legibly mark the swaying with the breeze, tropical bird call 206-324-2372 or email for children age 12 and younger. Enter bination license (saltwater, fresh- tape in a permanent manner with calls, the beauty of the lush green Edinterl water and shellfish) or a two-day their name and address. However, foliage, coral reefs, and fragrant and col- at the Green Gate on 5th St. SW. orful tropical flowers. ~ For information call Alan Halvor- license. Ucelise dealers through- only one name and address may Rotary Ru son at 253-531-0732 or check the web- out the state are listed on WDFW's Arts and crafts will be for sale after n website at, appear on any buoy. Any addi- the show. site at As announced earlier this week, tional shrimp caught must be EVERETT-- The third annual Everett Rotary Run features a 10K and half the Hood Canal shrimp fishery returned m'Lmediately to the water Rendezvous 2001 marathon and a family run/walk on Sun- Hebolb Powwow will be open May 19, 23, 26 and 30 unharmed, day, June 3, beginning at the Everett EVERETT -- Head Man Dancer ARLINGTON -- Arlington Youth Memorial Stadium. Mathew War Bonnet and Head Woman from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., on a I Each limJt of shrimp must be Dynamics will be taking more than 20 tj~ For information call Pro-Motion Wednesday and Saturday sched- kept in a separate container, teens white-water rafting, rock climbing, Dancer Linda Wynne will preside over ule. Therese Cain, ~FW shellfish Events at 206-729*9972. biologist, said the Saturday/ Fishers may remove and dis- other fun activities and with challenging the 1 lth annual Hebolb powWow Satur- speakers, in Cashmere on Memonal day, May 19 in the gymnasium at Everett Wednesday schedule was the card the heads from their shrimp Weekend, May 26-28, for Rendezvous Hedieval faire Community College, 13th Ave. and option preferred by the majority while on the water. 2001. Cost is $115. Adults may also Rockefeller St. in Everett, of people who attended public m Pots may not be set prior to participate by volunteering to help or BREMERTON -- The Society for Grand entries are at 1 p.m. and 7 offering a scholarship for a teen who Creative Society Anachronisms will pre- p.m.The Hebolb PowWow celebrates meetings in recent years to dis- 9 a.m. and must be pulled by 1 sent its 19th annual medieval faire at the Plains Indian traditions, and many Plains cuss season options, wouldn't other wise be able to partici- "Given the choice of a four-day p.m. each fishing day. Each fisher pate. Kitsap County Fairgrounds in Bremerton Indian tdbal dancers will be represented season, versus fewer days with must set and pull his or her own t~ Call Bronco Huge at June 2 and 3. The faire features hun- along with Northwest Indian dancers. either longer hours or higher daffy gear, although a second person 360.435.0170. dreds of club members dressed in cos- Everyone is invited to enjoy the tradi- fumes of the middle ages, with combats tional dancing, drumming, singing and catch limits, the majority of pep- may assist the pot owner in opera- among armored knights, dancing, arts and crafts. Dance pdzes will be pie polled at the public meetings tion of the gear. Golf tournament archery, arts and sciences, rapier corn- awarded. Admission is free. Sponsored bat, lavish courts and other entertain- by the Everett Community College Unit- chose the four-day season," Cain Fishers may also harvest clams ARLINGTON -- The Greater Ading- ment. ed Native American Council, admission said. and oysters on Hood Canal's pub- ton Chamber of Commerce annual golf Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Entry is is free. Because in-season management changes may occur that modify lic beaches, subject to regulations tournament is Friday, June 1 at Glenea- by donation. ~ For more information, please the anticipated season, Cain rec- in the fishing pamphlet and on the gle Golf Club. Shotgun start at 1:30 and ~ For information call Giovanni at cohtact Earl Martin, UNAC Advisor at ommends that fishers check the WDFW shellfish hotline (360- 796- a steak and seafood dinner at 6 p.m. 360-876-2241. 425-388-9268. Vendors please call Nongolfers are invited to join the fun din- Elaine Ferri at 425-388-9562. shellfish hotline 360-796-3215, 3215, press l). Crabbing remains ner, where lots of great prizes are dis- press 5 before going fishing, closed during the month of May. tributed through the chamber's Great Rusty Relics This year's allowable catch in Persons 15 years of age and older Golf Raffle. Raffle donations are still Eagle Open Hood Canal is 151,700 pounds, taking shrimp, clams or oysters being accepted. EVERETT m Rusty Relics old car Call the chamber at 360-435- club has announced two events for the ARLINGTON ~ A golf tournament to which by feder~d court order must must have a shellfish or combina- 3708. summer. Rusty Relics On the Waterfront benefit North County Youth Football be divided equally between tribal lion license. Check the WDFW Car Show wilt be at Everett's Legion starts at 8 a.m. May 19 at Gleneagle and non-tribal fishers. The non- 2001 "Fishing in Washington" G ight Park 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 3, Golf Course. tribal share is reserved for recre- erman n at Salty Sea Days event. Cost for a four-man scramble event ational fishing only. rules pamphlet or the Fishing sac- They are also busy p anning the is $75 including golf, a cart, t-shirt, steak Sport fishers are limited to one lion of the WDFW webpage at EVERETT m An evening filled with Arlington Festival event, the 29th annual and salmon dinner, with prizes. Spon- shrimp pot per person, with a http:www.wa,gov/wdf~" for details German delights is offered by the Ger. Picnic in the Park 10 a.m. tO4 p.m. Sun- see are welcome. daily limit of 80 shrh'np. The pots on fishing seasons and regula- man Department of Everett Community day, July 8. ~ Register at 360-435-9098 or College Music on Saturday, June 2 from For both events, the participation fee email to ncyf@ must conform to gear specifica- lions. ~ 6 to 9 pro. in the Colonnade, Gallery, Win thousands in cash or a new car! Ask us about a Home Equity Line of Credit today. The money you need to pay for your dreams is closer than you think. In fact, it's right under your feet. A Home Equity Line of Credit 2001 Cash and pq~o]frOmHmeStreetBank can make Car Giveaways that dream a reality. * V@ K.... m#'APR* Whether it's a trip to Introductory Rate Barcelona, a new 8.50~;APR* breakfast nook, or Over $6000incash ,0, loan to value consolidating your and a Mazda Miata! Non-IntroductorxRate bills. 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