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r j Wednesday, May 20, 2009 www.arlingtontimes.com The Arlington Times o:o A5 SUPERIOR COURT OF and 11.40:060. This bar is below a copy of the claim and WASHINGTON FOR effective for claims against filing the original of the claim SNOHOMISH COUNTY both the Decedent's probate with the court. The claim In the Matter of the Estate of and nonprobate assets, must be presented within the HIDEKO T. AARON, Personal Representative:later of: (1) Thirty days after Deceased. Richard E. Hersch the personal, representative NO. 09-4-00442-6 5804 61st Drive NE served or mailed the notice to PROBATE NOTICE TO Marysville, WA 98270 the creditor as provided under CREDITORS 360-659-1094 RCW 11.40.020(3); or (2) four RCW 11.40.030 Published: May 20, May 27, months after the date Of first PLEASE TAKE NOTICE and June 3, 2009. publication of the notice. If the The above Court has claim is not presented within appointed me as Personal SUPERIOR COURT OF this time frame, the claim Representative of Decedent's WASHINGTON FOR is forever barred, except as estate Any person having a SNOHOMISH COUNTY otherwise provided in sec- claim against the Decedent In the Matter of the Estate of tion 11 of this act and RCW must present the claim: (a) VIRGIE J. SMITH, 11.40.060. This bar is effec- Before the time when the Deceased. tive as to claims against both claim would be barred by any NO. 09-4-00624-1 the decedent's probate and applicable statute of limita- PROBATE NOTICE TO nonprobate assets. tions, and (b) In the manner CREDITORS Date of First Publication of provided in RCW 11.40.070: RCW 11.40.030 this Notice: 5113/09 (i) By filing the original of the THE PERSONAL REP- Personal Representative= claim with the foregoing Court, RESENTATIVE NAMED LarryJ. Nations and (ii) By serving on or mail- BELOW has been appointedAttorney for Personal ing to me at the address below as personal representative of Representative: a copy of the claim. The claim this estate. Any person hav- Steven J. Peiffle, must be presented by the ing a claim against the dece- WSBA #14704 later of: (a) Thirty (30) days dent must, before the time Address for Mailing or after I served or mailed this the claim would be barred Service: Notice as provided in RCW by any otherwise applicable P.O. Box 188 11.40.020(!)(c), or (b) Four (4) statute of limitations, present 22422 S.R. 9 N.E. months after the date of first the claim in the manner as Arlington, WA 98223 publication of this Notice. Ifthe provided in RCW 11.40.070 Published: May 13, 20 and claim is not presented within by serving on or mailing to the 27, 2009. this time period, the claim will personal representative or be forever barred except as the personal representative's provided in RCW 11.40.051 attorney at the address stated Ma~l|e Camp or adults with disabili- and potential of people with Ken Baxter Senior/Commu- ties is from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. disabilities, and want to work nity Center seeks Instructors dally with many volunteer toward their full inclusion in The Ken Baxter Senior/ opportunities for families, indi- the workforce and community. Community Center is seeking viduals, and for high school Village Community Services' people who are interested in students that need some corn- board of directors take a lead- volunteering or being paid munity service hours, ership role in: 1) setting the to teach classes. If you have Whether it's horseback rid- vision and policies that govern knowledge of a particular ing, swimming, ropes course, VCS's services to people with subject, if youre artistic, crafty, a climbing wall, or a zip line; disabilities; 2) informing the or can teach continuing educa- no one is turned away from community about the many tion or something else, please an activity due to a limitation, skills and abilities people with contact us and request an Every camper is assigned a disabilities have to offer; 3) instructor proposal packet. Let friend for minor assistance and advising the agency based on your imagination fly. Daytime friendship -- not a caregiver, individual expertise and expe- and evening times are avail- but a person that can push a rience; 4) ensuring the finan- able. Contact Maryke Burgess, wheelchair, walk or encour- cial health of VCS through KBSCC Manager at 360-363- age a camper and share camp stewardship, legislative advo- 8450 for details, experiences, cacy, and friend-raising. The Opportunities for volunteers board meets the last Tuesday The Marysville Historical range from welcoming, crafts,, of the month at 6:30 pm. For Society has opportunities for games or one-on-one volunteers, information on joining Village volunteers; at the temporary Imagine the gift of accomplish- Community Services' board museum on Third Street and ment given to someone not of directors please contact , at the Gehl Home in Jennings able to physically climb a rock Michelle Dietz-Date at 360- Park on summer week-ends walt, hut being harnessed in 653-7752 ext. 14 or resource@ Memorial Day to Labor Day and hoisted to the top to feel viUagecommunitysvcs.org. weekend. Email marysviUehis- the achievement of success. toricalsociety@ve'~zon.net for Other camps at Warm Beach more infOrmation, include Dad & Me Weekends, Horsemanship clinics and camps, Leadership Summit, ~lOIIll~|~l ~OUlI~ Family Camps, Youth Camps, Day Camps and Marriage & Engaged Encounters. For information see the Web site at www.warmbeach.com. Eagle W'mgs partners with Warm Beach Camp and seeks volunteers. Eagle Wings has announced a new partnership with Warm Beach Camp for four sessions of Special Friends Camp this sum- mer. Sessions are scheduled for June 30 -July 3; July 6'- 9; Aug. 24 - 27 and Aug. 31 Sept. 3. Ridge Blvd. April 14 April 15 the 8000 block of Crown 2:39 a.m.: Police 9:29 a.m.: A man Ridge Blvd. responded to a theft at found a bindle of meth on Haggen Foods in the the sidewalk in the 500 ril 20500 block of 74th Ave- block of North Olympic1:41 p.m.: Officers nue NE. One male was Avenue and turned itinto served a harassment cited for being a minor the police department for order in the 3500 block of in consumption of alco- destruction. 184th Place NE. '- hol and ,one was cited for 9:56 a.m.: A laptop was 1:43 p.m.: Achild'sATV theft, stolen out of a locked vehi- was stolen from their resi- 3:10 a.m.: A female was cle while someone was dence in the 3700 block of booked into jail for hav- inside a business shop- 175th Place NE. ing physical control of a ping in the 2300 block of motor vehicle while under State Route 530 NE. the influence of alcohol 2:07 p.m.: A man foundApril 18 in the 20100 block of 74th a generator hidden in the 12:01 a.m.: A 77-year- Avenue NE. woods near the 16600 old man was assaulted 9:06 a.m.: An adult block of Smokey Point by his 51-year-old female female was cited for driv- Blvd. roommate in the 7600 ing while license was sus- 2:48 p.m.: A female block of 190th Place NE. pended and speeding injuvenile ran away fromShe was booked into Sno- a school zone in the 200 home from the 3200 block homish County Jail. block of North French of l82ndStreet NE. 11:48 p.m." An adult Avenue. 4:13 p.m.: A male was male was booked into jail 1:33 p.m.: A vehicle issued a citation for violat- for an outstanding war- exiting the off ramp of ing a court order by call- rant for reckless driving Interstate Five came too ing his ex-girlfriend in the in the 3500 block of State far over into the left lane 17300 block of Smokey Route 531 NE. and struck a trailer near Point Drive. the intersection of 172nd 4:14 p.m.: Two his- ] lllril |9 Street NE and Smokey panic males stole a set of Point Blvd. foglights from a wreck- Noon.: A female juve- 2:01 p.m.: An adult ing outlet and fled in a nile ran away from home female has charges of blue Acura Integrain the from the 19300 block of violating a harrassment 18800 block of 59th Ave- Vista Drive. order in the 400 block of nue NE. East Burke Avenue and 5:25 p.m.: Officers A4[Iril 20 is being referred to the responded to a verbal dis- 7:21 a.m.: In the 4000 prosecutors office, pute in the 17300 block of block of 168th Place NE, 3:13 p.m.: Someone 81st Drive NE. charges of violating a left a nasty parking note 5:30 p.m.: An adult court order are being on a vehicle and then male wastrespassedfromreferred to the prosecu- scratched the vehicle Alfy's and the Smokey tors office on a male who for parking wrong in the Point Espresso stand in keeps contacting the pet- 18800 block of Crown the17300blockofSmokey loner. Ridge Blvd. Point Blvd. 3:08 p.m.: Someone 9:39 p.m.: A juvenile spray painted graffiti onto special needs male threat- pril a fence'in the 17600 block ened his mother with a of a0th Drive NE. bat in the 16400 block of 6:04 p.m.: Someone 6:26 p.m.: A hit-and- 42nd Avenue NE. He wasused information to apply taken to the hospital for for a credit card without run unattended occurred evaluation, the owners consent in in a parking lot in the 18800 block of Crown t(@)(@)(@)(@)(@)(@)C@)(@)(@) May 2009 June 22- July 22 April 21 4:03 p.m.: Some unopened mail was recov- ered from a theft from the mailbox in the 8100 block of Abbey Place. 4:52 p.m.: A juvenile male was picked up in the 500 block of North French Avenue and taken to Denney Youth Center on a warrant. 5:24 p.m.: An adult male was charged and booked into jail for assault for domestic violence after he pushed his father to the ground in the 20200 block of 80th Avenue NE. April 22 6:18 a.m.: Police escorted an elderly woman in the 19300 block of 45th Drive NE to Cas- cade Valley Hospital who was confused and did not know her name. 9:35 a.m.: While parked in the Safeway parking lot, a vehicle had the car ste- reo stolen in the 110 block of East Third Street. 12:01 p.m.: A vehicle had the drivers side win- dow broken in the 19200 block of 59th Avenue NE. 1:25 p.m.: A boyfriend disconnected the phone when the girlfriend tried to call 9-1-1 in the 100 block of West Haller Avenue. He was issued a criminal citation for inter- fering with the report- ing of domestic violence and was booked into the - Marysville jail. The well is all dried ~ On your mark, Aries, up. Capricorn. and get set, go. That's the you're all out of theme of this week. ideas. No problem. A You will have to ,~ell-desetwed break move quickly to get will get the creative things done. A sweet juices flowing again, surprise puts you on December 22- March 21- cloud nine. January 19 April 19 Week 3 Victory is yours at ~ A friend's health work, and you ~ crisis passes. Invite receive permission them over for a little to implement that celebration, Libra. special project, News from home Cancer. A web of motivates you to help deception begins to out anothe~ A phone build at home. Put September 23-- call proves a stop to it. October 22enlightening. Looking for something meaningful yet fun to do for your community? As a Vol- unteer Travel Counselor at the North Snohomish County Visitor Information Center, you will advise visitors from next door and all over the world looking for things to do and places to stay in the area. A great way to help your local economy! The center is located at 3710 168th Street NE, Ste. C101 in the Pilchuck Plaza off of Smokey Point Boulevard in a shared space with the Arling- ton-Smokey Point Chamber. Chose a regular three-hour weekly shift or be a substitute. For more information, contact Jennifer Bravo, Visitor Services Manager, at 425-348-5802, ext. 13 or jennifer@snohomish.org. Volunteers are needed to hike the Mount Baker area with the Mountain Stewards Protect Ecosystem. Adult volunteers 18 years or older with hiking and outdoor recreation skills are needed to hike trails and teach hikers and climbers about Leave No Trace ethics, safety and Forest Service regulations. Apply by June 25. Complete the Moun- tain Steward volunteer applica- tion at wwwJ~.fed.us/r6/mbs/ volunteering/mtn_steward. Fax to 360-856-1934 or mall to Mt. Baker Ranger District, Moun- tain Stewards, 8];0 State Route 20, Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284. Train July 11 & 18, and then volunteer for three shifts on weekend days between July 25-Sept. 13 on trail. Optional training Aug. 8 for Heather Meadow volunteers. The program runs July 11 - Sept. 13, Friday through Sunday, daytime hours at Mt. Baker- Snoqualmie National Forest. Three of the busiest trail sys- tems in the Mount Baker area: Skyline Divide, Park Butte/ Railroad Grade and Heather Meadows. Call Mt. Baker Ranger District for more infor- marion at 360-856-5700 x225, or emall brichey@fsfed.us. V'dlage Community Services is recruiting volunteers to sit on its board of directors. The nonprofit agency is looking for volunteers who passionately believe in the rights, talents, Relay for Life of Northern Snohomish County 2009 is looking for Planning Commit- tee members. Relay teams raise money throughout the year prior to the event with a variety of fundralsing activi- ties: Relay for Life celebrates survivors, funds research and cancer education, inspires the public to become in,~blved in the American Cancer Society's Advocacy efforts and makes important services possible for patients and their families. The Planning Committee for the Northern Snohomish County Relay for Life meets the first Thursday of every month. The 2009 event is June 13 -14, 2009, at M-PHS School Track If you are interested please contact Tracy Anderson at tlynn32556@yahoo.com or call 425-315-3882. / Full Color 2x 3" Justin T. Olson I Full Color 2 x 3"