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Wednesday, June 3, 2009 The Arlington Times o:* A5 Thank you Arlington citizens The Arlington Food Bank wishes to thank all who participated in the May 9 Posted Food Drive -- Also thanking Dari Spear for heading up the collection of 14,511 pounds of food donation at the Food Bank. The need is greater than ever so this and all dona- tions are put to good use for local families. Thanking the good citizens of Arlington. Karen Rickett Arlington Food Bank Typical Arlington project Thank you to The Arlington Times for the very nice article regarding the re-dedication of Pioneer Cem- etery. I must correct one error: it was the Masons and the Rotary that gave very generous donations toward the purchase of the flag pole. We also received donations from several individuals -- Linda and Denny Byrnes, Vicky and Scott Solla, and Laura and David Kuhl. These donations, added to funds from the Ameri- can Legion, made it possible to buy aflag pole with an interior pully system and a locking device. And, once the flag could be secured, the city added a solar pow- ered flag pole light. (There is no electrical hookup at Pioneer Cemetery, but Mack Miller came up with the idea of a solar powered light. Good job, Mack) All of this adds up to being able to leave the flag flying all of the time, rather than just on special occassions. The re-furbishing and re-dedication of the old Pio- neer Cemetery was a collaborative effort of so many people. Jim Barron, representing the American Legion, and VFW Keith Reyes worked closely with Kurt Pat- terson and other city staff members to shepherd the project through. Donations and help were also provided by Stanwood Redi-Mix and Puget West Construction. Frank Barden worked with the Stillaguamish Pioneer Museum and Stillaguamish Valley Genealogy Society to gather material for writing a short history of the Pio- neer Cemetery. And, Jean Olson came to my rescue in formatting the booklet for publication. In other words, this was a typical "Arlington project." So many groups, businesses and individuals stepping forward to achieve a common goal. Many worked on this job, but if special notice is to be given, all who worked closely on the project agree it is to Kurt Patterson. Kurt is the Lead Maintenance Worker for the city, and all appreciated his careful over- site and coordination, and especially his calm handling of every 'problem' that arose. Virginia Hatch Arlington Mass.liea climbing wall, or a zip line; • Ken Baxter Senior/Commu- no one is turned away from nity Center seeks Instructors an activity due to a limitation. SUPERIOR COURT OF The Ken Baxter Senior/ Every camper is assigned a WASHINGTON FOR Community Center is seeking friend for minor assistance and SNOHOMISH COUNTY people who are interested in friendship -- not a caregiver, In the Matter of the Estate of volunteering or being paid but a person that can push a HIDEKO T. AARON, to teach classes. If you have wheelchair, walk or encour- Deceased. knowledge of a particular age a camper and share camp NO. 09-4-00442-6 subject, if youre artistic, crafty, experiences. PROBATE NOTICE TO or can teach continuing educa- Opportunities for volunteers CREDITORS tion or something else, please range from welcoming, crafts, ROW 11.40.030 contact us and request an games or one-on-one yolun- PLEASE TAKE NOTICE instructor proposal packet. Let teers. The above Court has your imaginafion fly. Daytime Imagine the gift of accomplish- appointed me as Personal and evening times are avail- ment given to someone not Representative of Decedent's able. Contact Maryke Burgess, able to physically climb a rock estate. Any person having a KBSCC Manager at 360-363- wall, but being harnessed in claim against the Decedent 8450 for details, and hoisted to the top to feel must present the claim: (a) the achievement of success. Before the time when the •TheMarysviUeHistorical Other camps at Warm Beach claim would be barred by any Society has opportunities for include Dad & Me Weekends, applicable statute of limita- volunteers; at the temporary Horseinanship clinics and tions, and (b) In the manner museum on Third Street and camps, Leadership Summit, provided in RCW 11.40.070: at the Gehl Home in Jennings Family Camps, Youth Camps, (i) By filing the original of the Park on summer week-ends Day Camps and Marriage & claim with the foregoing Court, Memorial Day to Labor Day Engaged Encounters. and (ii) By serving on or mail- weekend. Email marysvillehis- For information see the Web ing to me at the address below toricalsociety@verizon, net for site at www.warmbe' a copy of the claim. The claim more information. must be presented by the • Looking for something later of: (a) Thirty (30) days meaningful yet fun to do for after I served or mailed this Snohomish COUm your community? As a Vol- Notice as provided in RCW unteer Travel Counselor at 11.40.020(1)(c), or (b) Four (4) • Eagle Wings partners with the North Snohomish County months after the date of first Warm Beach Camp and seeks Visitor Information Center, publication of this Notice. Ifthe volunteers, you will advise visitors from claim is not presented within Eagle Wings has announced next door and all over the this time period, the claim will a new partnership with Warm world looking for things to be forever barred except as Beach Camp for four sessions do and places to stay in the provided in RCW 11.40.051 of Special Friends Camp this area. A great way to help your and tl.40.060. This bar is summer. Sessions are sched- local economyt The center is effective for claims against uled for June 30 - July 3; July located at 3710 168th Street both the Decedent's probate 6 - 9; Aug. 24 - 27 and Aug. 31 NE, Ste. C101 in the Pilchuck and nonprobate assets. Sept. 3. Plaza off of Smokey Point Bou- Personal Representative: Camp or adults with disabili- levard in a shared space with Richard E. Hersch ties is from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. the Arlington-Smokey Point 5804 61st Drive NE daily with maiay volunteer Chamber. Chose a regular Marysville, WA 98270 opportunities for families, indi- three-hour weekly shift or be a 360-659-1094 viduals, and for high school substitute. For more informa- Published: May 20, May 27, students that need some corn- tion, contact Jennifer Bravo, and June 3, 2009. munity service hours. Visitor Services Manager, at Whether it's horseback rid- 425-348-5802, ext. 13 orjenni- ing, swimming, ropes course, BI-MONTHLY MONTHLY MEETINGS MEETINGS The M s ine msto i- cal Society meets the first Arlington Masonic Lodge Monday of each month at 6 No.129 meets at 7:30 pm p.m. in the Marysville Library, the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of except July. July is the annual each month. There is a din- picnic on the site of the future ner at 6:30 pm before the first museum. We also have oppor- stated meeting each month, tunities for volunteers; at the The Masonic Lodge building is temporary museum on Third located on the northeast cor- Street and at the Gehl Home ner of Olympic & 4th Ayes. in in Jennings Park on summer downtown Arlington. Sojourn- week ends Memorial Day to ers are always welcome. For Labor Day weekend. Email information call 435-2545 or marysviUehistoricalsociety@ 403-0477. for more informa- tion. May 5 May 6 gun case was found in 9:32 p,m.: A male was12:16 a.m.: A female front of Kent Prairie Ele- issued a criminalcitation was stopped in the 300 mentary School in the for driving while license block of North McLeod 8100 block of207th Street was suspended/revoked, Avenue for her vehicle's NE. ignition interlock viola- license plate light being 8:29 a.m.: A computer was stolen from Cascade tionandno proof ofinsur- out and was issued a ance at the intersection citation for driving while Valley Hospital in the of 172nd Street NE and license was suspended/ 300 block of South Stilla- Spring Lane Avenue. revoked and making false guamish Avenue. It was 11:08 p.m.: An adult or misleading statements secured with a cable how- female was cited for no about her name. ever, the suspect ripped valid driver's license and 1:57 a.m.: A male was the front off and was able failure to transfer title cited inthe 19600block of to leave with the com- within 45 days in the 8500 Peak Place for a noise ordi- purer. block of 212th Street NE. nance violation after law 2:26 p.m.: An apart- 11:46 p.m.: An adult enforcement responded ment manager reported vandalism in the 600 block male was taken to jail on back to his residence a of South Stillaguamish two warrants in the 8500 second time regarding a block of 212th Street NE. loud party complaint. Avenue. 8:09 a.m.: An empty i!iiiiiiiiii!iiiiii!!!i!ii!~ii!iii!iiii~!~!~% !!ii!ii! !i!i!!i!ili* ii** Mixed emotions fill a Ihmil) exent, Laughter is alx~a) s the he~t medicine. Capricorn. The chase lbr a coveted prize begins at ~ork. December 22- ~loxe. move. move! January 19 disabilities; 2) informing the • Volunteers are needed to community about the many hike the Mount Baker area skills and abilities people with with the Mountain Stewards disabilities have to offer; 3) Protect Ecosystem. advising the agency based on Adult volunteers 18 years or individual expertise and expe- older with hiking and outdoor rience; 4) ensuring the finan- recreation skills are needed cial health of VCS through to hike trails and teach hikers stewardship, legislative advo- and climbers about Leave No cacy, and friend-raising. The Trace ethics, safety and Forest board meets the last Tuesday Service regulations. Apply by of the month at 6:30 pm. For June 25. Complete the Moun- information on joining Village tain Steward volunteer applica- Community Services' board tion at of directors please contact volunteering/turn_steward; Fax Michelle Dietz-Date at 360- to 360-856-1934 or mail to Mt. 653-7752 ext. 14 or resource@ Baker Ranger District, Moun- tain Stewards, 810 State Route 20,~ Sedro-WooUey, WA 98284. • Relay for Life of Northern Train July 11 & 18, and then Snohomish County 2009 is volunteer for three shifts on looking for Planning Commit- weekend days between July tee members. Relay teams 25-Sept. 13 on trail. Optional raise money throughout the training Aug. 8 for Heather year prior to the event with a Meadow volunteers. The variety of fundraising activi- program runs July 11 - Sept. ties. Relay for Life celebrates 13, Friday through Sunday, survivors, funds research and daytime hours at Mt. Baker- cancer education, inspires the Snoqualmie National Forest. public to become involved in Three of the busiest trail sys- the American Cancer Society's terns in the Mount Baker area: Advocacy efforts and makes Skyline Divide, Park Butte/ important services possible for Railroad Grade and Heather patients and their families. The Meadows. Call Mt. Baker Planning Committee for the Ranger District for more infor- Northern Snohomish County marion at 360-856-5700 x225, Relay for Life meets the first or email brichey@~.fed, us. Thursday of every month. The 2009 event is June 13 -14, • Village Community Services 2009, at M-PHS School Track is recruiting volunteers to sit If you are interested please on its board of directors. The contact Tracy Anderson at nonprofit agency is looking for or call volunteers who passionately 425-315-3882. believe in the rights, talents, and potential of people with disabilities, and want to work toward their full inclusion in the workforce and community. Village Community Services' board of directors take a lead- ership role in: 1) setting the vision and policies that govern VCS's services to people with ~ January 20- February 18 June 2009 Week 1 The Friends of the Arling- ton Library is seeking new leaders to help meet the mis- sion of raising funds for library programs for children, teens and adults. They meet on the second Wednesday of each month and guests are always welcome at the Arlington Library, 135 N. Washington Ave. For information call the library at 360-435-3033. Februa~" 19- March 20 i~i+i i ii!ii!: The Board of Commission- er's of Snohomish County Fire District No. 21, meets the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Arlington Heights Fire Station. Snohomish County Music Teachers Association meets on third Monday at 9:15 a.m. at the Dorothy Jayne Dance Studio, 2931 Bond Street, in Everett. Be a part of this active chapter of Music Teachers National Association. 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