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Wednesday, May 20, 2009 OBITS PUZZLES The Arlington Times/The Marysville Globe -:o B3 (Through May 9, 2009) by Angle Goodin9 For the Globe/Times The sun is shining, the weather is improving and school is almost out for the summer. Now is the perfect time to create your family fitness plan. But first, some stag- gering statistics to motivate you: According to the Washington State Healthy Youth Health Survey (2008), 9.8 percent of Snohomish County 10th graders are obese, and 13 percent of 10th graders are overweight. Almost 7 percent of 10th graders never eat meals with their families, and 15.6 per- cent rarely eat meals with family members. When asked how many days out of seven they had partici- pated in 30 minutes of moderate exercise (walking, cycling, etc.), 20.3 percent recorded zero days out of seven It's time to change these statis- tics, Snohomish County. To make these changes for the sake of our children and their health, I encour- age fun activities, family fitness and positive affirmations. Families need to engage in activities together. Make it a priority to eat together as a fam- ily and then plan an after dinner walk, play catch in the backyard or take a bike trip along the Centen- nial Trail. Build a garden together, plan a walk on the beach and bring a healthy picnic with you. Do at least one family activity per week and supplement your need for additional exercise time with independent fitness activities. As a certified personal trainer, I have some exercise guidelines for children and pre-teens. Exercise for these age groups should be fun and rewarding. For children and pre-teens, activities such The Marysville Globe and Arlington Times now offer four options for remembering and honor- ing your loved ones. A Notice of Death is free of charge and includes the name of the deceased with city and state of resi- dence; the date of birth; date of death and service information only. An Obituary is pub- lished for a fee and is much more personal. It may include photos, borders, backgrounds and addi- tional information. A Card of Thanks is published for a fee to thank those who stood by you, for exceptional aid or help from hospice, a hospital or paramedics or as a general thank you. as football, tennis, soccer, and basketball are great for cardio- vascular fitness. As for muscle- strengthening exercise for young children, I'd encourage climbing trees or playing on playground equipment. Pre-teens may want to experiment with weight training, but make sure they have guidance about proper form and technique from a trainer. Children should be discouraged from power lifting and excessive exercise and expec- tations should to be reasonable. As for teens, allow them to have choices when it comes to exercise, and reward them for effort and for achieving small and consistent goals. It is up to us to help our Sno- homish County children become more healthy and fit. For those searching for guidelines for fit- ness, the following summer classes and community activities offer children of all ages a more active lifestyle. Encourage your teen to join you in taking a class through Marys- ville Parks and Recreation. I'll be teaching a "Fitness for Mother and Daughter" class on Tuesdays (6-7 p.m.) from June 30-July 28. For more information call the Marysville Parks and Recreation Office at 360-363-8400 or visit htm?HealthyCommunities/index. htm&l. Participate in some of the Healthy Community programs available like the free swim nights at the YMCA or "Walking Wednes- days" at the MPHS track. Join Marysville's Healthy Com- munity's Challenge Day on Sat- urday, June 6 between 1-7 p.m. at Allen Creek Elementary School. Come for some exercise, fitness Angle Gooding and nutrition information, and more. I'll be there, so please feel free to stop and say hi. Encourage your child or teen to participate in the "Get Movin'" program. "Get Movin'" is a sum- mer incentive program to encour- age kids to be active at least five days a week. For more information visit default.aspx?documentld=4343. There are a wealth of opportu- nities to play with your family this summer, so I encourage you to build connections with your chil- dren and your teens, while improv- ing family fitness. As always, if you have questions or comments, please e-mail me. I enjoy hearing from my readers. Happy summer. Angle Gooding is an educator and a personal trainer certified through ACE (American Council on Exercise) and owner of Inspire Fit- ness & Training. She lives locally, and trains clients in a private location in Marysville. She can be reached at AngieGooding@comcast. net or www.inspirefitnessandtrain- An In Memoriam is a paid tribute or remem- brance submitted after the obituary, either in later years or as additional fam- ily members and friends finish poems, songs or let- ters. Call Manny at 360- 659-1300 for placement in both The Marysville Globe and The Arlington Times. q Joan Lee NorrL, Joan Lee Norris, 76, died on May 13, 2009 in Marysville, WA. There will be a private family memorial. i # J Richard Herman Lorenzen Sept. 3, 1931 Forks resident and longtime Ballard resi- dent, Dick Lorenzen died in Port Angeles at age 77. He was born in Arlington, WA to Lorenz and Emma Kathleen Lorenzen and was a 1949 graduate of Arlington High School in Arlington, WA. On Sept. 19. 1953 he married Iola Bjorn in Lakewood, WA. who preceded him in death in 2001. He leaves a son Rick Lorenzen, a daughter and son-in-law Ilene and Thomas Rogers, May 4, 2009 grandchildren Cory and Jamie Lorenzen. Katie and Deana Rogers, and great-granddaughter Jordin, many nieces and nephews, and many, many friends. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, May 16. 2009 at 1 p.m. at Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home, 804 State Ave.. Marysville, 360-659-3711. Visitation hours will also be on Saturday from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment will fol- low at Marysville Cem- etery. r Name Age Birth D~th Residence Lois M DART .... 85 11~/23 :: 5/6/09 Marysv|lle Lowell W FORDAHL 66 12112/42 5/9/09 Marysville Bernard W GOBIN .... 78 1218/30 514/09 Tulalip Ma~tet L KEENE 86 7/16/22: ..... 519109 Arlington Justin L MCGRATH 92 3/30117 513/09 Marysville William D MORGAN 79 5129129 5/4/09 Marysville Amador L QUEMUEL 73 8/13/35 518/09 Marysville Francis T RICE, JR 75 118/34 5/4109 Tulalip Doris G SALZBRUN 85 10/15123 Hazel B WINELAND 91 t2/27117 ,5/9109 Arlington April 24 to Athena and Jeremy Husby of Arling- A girl was born to Rflla and Joel McCully of Arlington. born to ~y and Joshua AnaYa Determing your best colors luncheon Everyone is invited to our "Determing Your Best Colors," luncheon at the Marysville Golden Corral on Thursday, May 28 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Learn what your best colors are from Mary Spillane while she color drapes a partici- pant. Martin Venneberg shares how he managed "Problem Solving in an Engineer's World." Please contact Nancy at 360-659-9045 or Esther 360-653-6461 for reserva- tions and complimentary off-site childcare. Cost is $10, beverage/tax/tip are included. This event is sponsored by the North Snohomish County Wom- en's Connections Out- reach, an affiliation with Stonecroft Ministries. Y~;~~ :~::~:~: " ............... "~ ~i~,:~.'~:~':.~: :::~!~,:; ~.~,~ ::~:~; Supported by the Sno-Isle ::'~'::~ ~o :~;~ Libraries Foundation and !!~!i! ~i!!~i~!::i!~::~ ~:~i the Friends of the Arling- ton Library. Friday, May Container Gardening 29 at 8 pm. Learn hands-on how to make fantastic summer containers! Take your creation home. Pre-reg- istration is required. Fee includes materials. Satur- day, May 30, 10:30 a.m. at Sunnyside Nursery, 3915 Sunnyside Blvd., Marys- ville. $30. Call to regis- ter at 425-334-2002. Visit for more information. Big read: poetic justice, a murder mystery night There's been a murder at the Arlington Library. Can you figure out who- dunit? Join us for the live- action murder mystery, "Poetic Justice." Snacks provided. Registration required. Grades 6 to 12. Create projects using rubber stamps This class is for anyone interested in learning tips and techniques associated with rubber-stamping. You will create beautiful cards, mini albums and a variety of other ter- rific projects. Fun and supplies are included. Contact Carol Wilson at 360-435-5056 for more information. Community Room at the Boys and Girls Club. 18513 59th Avenue NE. Arlington on Tuesdays: May 26, June 30 from 6-9 p.m. $23 per,class Call 360-403-3448 to register. For complete calendar listings or to add your own community events, log on to or r- i- i Find more Puzzles and Comics online at or You spend 1/3 of your life on a mattress -- shouldn't you be comfortable? 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