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;~,: Arlington TIMES -'Wednesday, Aug. 3, 1983 ,;.,I ~ '~h i,' TO SWARM IN -- Arlington's brief but enjoyable summer last week li fll in The Washington Centennial Commis- sion last week released its preliminary report and recommendations for celebra- tion of the 100th anniversary of the state's admission to the Union in 1889. Proposals will be reviewed with the public in a series of hearings held throughout the state this fall. Citizen comments will be incorporated into a final report and request for enabling legislation which will be presented to the governor and legislature in January of 1984. Chairman Joseph R. llling, Lacey, said that the commission regards the centen- nial celebration as an opportunity, for investment in the future of the state. "To the maximum extent possible we hope to encourage programs that will provide economic stimulation and leave a lasting legacy," he said. On a statewide basis the commission proposes to sponsor a limited number of programs that will celebrate the heritage of the past, celebrate the energy of today, and celebrate the promise of the future• Summary of proposals A key element is a proposal to l~rovide state funds for community development matching grants. It is recommended that these be used for the rehabilitation or construction of facilities which will benefit communities beyond the celebration period in 1989. Communities might be cities, counties or cooperating jurisdic- tions. Projects might involve the restora- tion and adaptive reuse of historic structures, the establishment of a needed resource in the arts or social services, or the development of a tourist attraction. A second major project which looks primarily toward the future is the develop- ment of a cultural exposition involving Pacific Rim nations, sister cities and neighboring states• Its purpose is to stimulate tourism and encourage trade• llling said this proposal will be explored with port author;ies, the tourism in- dustry, state agencms, and other interest- ed organizations. Two major heritage projects also have been recommended. One is the establish- ment of a revolving fund for historic preservation. In states where similar funds are in operation, non-profit organi- zations use the funds to purchase and refurbish historic buildings for residential or commercial use. The rehabilitated structures are then sold and the income is ~;di'~ ,: ,t ~he local honey bee population moving. A number of swarms were ~ :l~'J~ ~: ~'-~tmd town. including this one spotted in a tree beside Arlington United Ti ke , I" HOME LANDSCAPING MATERIALS By Effie Atkins Buff-Puff your exposed parts daily Screened Topsoil Red Rock So you have decided to travel. After and follow up with a layer of Oil of *Beauty Bark *Steer Manure Olaytotnt po an-- the skin against the ravages of all that fresh air. Let the oil pentrate the hide*All Types Gravel *A and provide a base for the Merle Norman or Cover Girl makeup. Your Ding Dang Avon Lady will assist you in choosing the just right ~,:cii~.> md get right down to the blusher, powder and shine. Be sure ~aSiC l)[rt,i~]enl, your eye makeup is Maybelline or Luggage, 'lhe time-honored card- Aziza so it will stay in place in case you board box fastened with a rope is no decide to test the water. Extra longer considered chic. Instead, invest assistance comes from Long Lash, used to repeat the process on a continuing basis. A second historic project involves assistance to museums throughout the state. The purpose is to improve collec- tions, assist curatorial work and catalog- ing, enrich educational programs, and stimulate public support for those institu- tions which preserve the heritage of the state. Common problems will be explored in hearings, and citizens will be invited to suggest specific ways in which the state can help in their solution. In a more purely celebratory vein, the commission has recommended a series of festivals, games and other gala events to be held throughout the state. These might• include the establishment of permanent Centennial Games with local and regional competition resulting in state finals. Among other possibilities are ethnic and national festivals; exhibitions of old-time and modern techniques in aerospace, 'agriculture, and other industr~s; or traveling performances and exhibitions in the arts. Community participation llling said that much of the responsibil- ity for centennial planning will rest with local citizen groups and with organizations that wish to sponsor events. He urged interested groups and individuals to begin now to form committees with the cooperation of city and county govern- ments. "The centennial is six years away, but it is not too far in the future to begin planning, especially where capital projects are involved," he said. "Often the problem is not finding a suitable project but choosing from many excellent ideas at a time when resources are limited." As local committees consider possible activities, he urged that they evaluate the potential economic impact of "main street" revitalization, tourist attractions, and similar programs which will continue to contribute to the community. In the planning process, the state commission will suggest guidelines, act as liaison among groups with similar inter- ests, and coordinate programs. However, llling emphasized the grassroots nature of the anniversary celebration. "Activities should rise from the needs and interests of i each community," he said. Commission philosophy In its deliberations, the commission has BAXTER'S AUTO REPAIR j A DIVISION OF BAXTER'S AUTO CENTER, Inc. 1 408 First St.*Marysville.659-2650 FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. Sale limited to stock in yard (at Hometown 103 CEDAR ST. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6th ONLY! 12 Noon to 4 p.m. i, Samsonite luggage. It will present a sophisticated appearance as it comes crashit~ down the tube at the airport. Arid f i~ Nmnces off the truck on the v, av ~ ~he station it won't break. You czm even use it as a step stool when v~cafio~ time is over. A really good inve~; mcnt, a Samsonite. Now m load the Samsonite, consider ,mi~ the essential items• If you have :h,rscn a vacation at the shore it will b~:. easier than packing for the mountains. A swim suit takes less ~oom than long underwear. 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