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A6 .:o The Arlington Times Wednesday, I Chamber names new officers, honors past presidents _Sp_ecial to The Arlinqton Times ARLINGTON -- The citizens, yes, that's right, ALL the citizens of Arlington were named the Citi- zen of the Year by the Greater Arlington Area Chamber of Com- merce at the Installation Banquet 2000, held at Gleneagle Country Club last Thursday. Steve Peiffle made the nomina- tion in the form of an hypothetical question, "Does the Citizen of the Year have to be a real citizen? -- suggesting he would like to nomi- nate "the average voter in Arling- ton who finally got up the courage to vote yes for a comprehensive school solution for this communi- ty." Other nominees for the Citizen of the Year award were Cindy Huleatt, Bob Campbell and Bob McClure for their efforts as leaders of the Citizens Committee for Arlington Schools; Kurt McVay, of Kids Voting; and Kenny and Shirley Countryman, members of the Downtown Arlington Mer- chants who have been instrumen- tal in organizing some new events in town the past two years. Retiring president John Meno presented the first ever Presidents Award, acknowledging Steve Peif- tics record-breaking history on the board, since 1984, and his many other volunteer effort in the community, including the Arling- ton Kiwanis Club, the Citizens Committee for Arlington Schools and his church. Also at the banquet, the cham- ber celebrated 40 years in exis- tence with a special recognition for its past presidents, especially the chamber's founding father Don Meier, who was the first president of the Greater Arlington Area Chamber of Commerce in 1960. Meier continues to attend meet- ings when he isn't basking in the sun at his winter home in southern California. The Arlington chamber evolved from an earlier Arlington Commer- cial Club, established in 1900. New officers and directors were sworn in at the banquet, with Cory Duskin following in the steps of his father and uncle, to be named president for the year 2001. Vice President is Kathi Cherrier and John Meno is happy to be assum- ing the office of Past President. Six new directors were named: Damon Canfield, Shirley Country- man, Mike Jones, Karl Lewis, War- ren Hopkins and Dawn Solvberg. Returning board members are Sarah Arney, Dave Boulton, John Burkholder, Kathi Cherrier, Kay Duskin, Nancy Lanz, Roger Miller, Steve Peiffle and Carie Rott. Retiring directors Deb Borgens, Kris Murrell and Steve Peterson were thanked for their service to the board and the community. 40 years Recognizing 40 years of service to the community, the Greater Ar!ing- ton Area Chamber of Commerce invited all past presidents to its Installation Ban- quet 2000 last Thursday. The foufnding father of the chamber, Don Meier, along with his daughter, Luanne Carlson, making his- tory as the first ever father-daughter team of Arlington chamber presidents. Next year a first ever father-son pair will be in the books. when Cory Duskin completes his year as president, 20 years after his father, Dale Duskin, was president. All tolled, 18 out of all the past presidents attended. Two presidents served two-year terms. The past presidents are, front row, left to right, George Boulton, 1979; Steve Peiffle, 1986; Dale Duskin, 1981 Dave Watson. 1992; second row, Judy Dellwing, 1987; Robert Bibb, 1964; Tarin O'Brien, 1997; Marcia Smothers, 1996; Kay Duskin, 1998 and 1999; Connie DiGregorio, 1991 Luanne Carlson, 1984; Don Meier, 1960; and back row, Jim Minifie, 1994; Bob Kraski, 1982; John Meno, 2000; Dave Duskin. 1976; Bob Weller, 1962; and John Henken, 1980. .... ~ ~ Presidential line up S me of Smokey Point Area:Chamber of Commerce ber 25th anniversary at the Nov. 15 meeting at the Hawthorn Inn and some of whom are pictured above, includes Met Helgeson, Jay Lien, Susie Daughert , Dick Weiss, Roy lsaksen, Fred Misner, Chuck Bennett, Bill Couch, , y:nard Margaret B(uland, Wayne Robertson, Phyllis McKenzie, Pam Koons, ry Ann Monty, Dare, Belcher, Ryan, Don Laufenberg, Ken Larson, Lisa Hoover THE UNITB] STATES POSTAL SERVICE NBRIS OR AN EXISTING BUILDING IN ARLINGTON, WA Site size desired for purchase is approximately 67,393 to 70,000 square feet of land. An existing building of 6,475 net SF, on a suitable site with parking for approximately 32 vehicles. Lease term to be 20 years. The preferred area boundaries are as follows: North: South: East: West: Stillaguamish River 204th Street NE 87th Avenue NE 67th Avenue NE A Solicitation Package may be obtained at the Arlington, WA Main Post Office, located at 524 N. Olympic Avenue, Arlington, WA 98223. For proposal information call or write: Candice L. Fuller U.S. Postal Service p.o. Box 9724 Federal Way, WA 98063-9724 Telephone: (253) 925-9727 Offers mailed or hand delivered must be received at the above address before 4:00 p.m., December 22, 2000, Our NEW E4hE Lumber off of State St. M|ry|vllle Pellet Phone Number: (~J60)6~J~Jn~J~J6 Need Extra Cash for the Holidays? F/T & P/T Positions No experience preferred MedicalNision Insurance Paid Holiday & Vacations P/T 40/Hr. Week, M-F $340-$500 Weekly Base Pay Plus $100, $200, $300 Weekly Promotions or More Telephone Sales Will Train Call Today 425-697-6504 BUBBLE Continued from page A5 given that Arlington is projected to continue growing anyway. Staying at 3A would only postpone the inevitable, and it would eliminate long-cherished rivalries. "I want to play Stanwood. I want to play Lake Stevens, and 1 think rekindling a natural rivalry with Marysville would be great," Jeffer- son said. The problem, others point out, is that the proposed realignment of the new Wesco 4A would put Arlington in a North Division with those three teams, plus 4A sports powers such as Cascade and Sno- homish. Even Oak Harbor would pose a stiff challenge to most of Arlington's sports teams. Another 3A school, Mount ver- non, might enter the league as well, which would sit an enormous Free Estimates Specialty Welding [I gorilla atop the boys hoops sce- nario. An informal conversation between soccer coach Nathan Davis and girls basketball coach Mike Buckholz earlier this month indicated that not all Arlington coaches agree on their preferred outcome. Davis and Buckholz were hop- ing to stay 3A and were lobbying at least one other coach, boys bas- ketball's Dan Rauch, to see things their way. For the record, Buckholz said the state's athletic association should have seen this coming and adapted. "I think the WIAA has been neg- ligent to allow this to happen," Buckholz said. He said by adjusting the num- bers up, perhaps by as little as 50 students, the state could have avoided next year's logjam of 4A schools compared to too few 3As statewide. Another coach, football's John Boitano, explained in a phone interview why he'd rather just jump up to 4A no matter what the INORTH SNOHOMISH COUNTYI would like to introduce Heather Feldbauer, PA-C who has recently joined Scott Schaaf, DO providing for your orthopaedic sports medicine needs. Heather grew up in South Carolina. She graduated from University of South;Carolina Columbia with a degree in Athletic Training. She has a second degree in Physician Assistant Studies and is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association and the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. Heather Feldbauer, PA-C In her free time Heather enjoys hiking, reading, and spending time with her husband and pets. Scott Schaaf, DO 328 So. Stillaguamish Ave., Arlington 360-435-6641 Affiliated with Cascade Valley Hospital, Arlington count is, given probably have ing year anyway. "I kind of like current league said. Boitano said the Northwest drop Arlington coverage of newspapers in and the travel or even in Ferndale, Boitano was not looking team's to face Cascade and also said the especially wherl kick in. "Two years Marysville arid tano said. rivals. We're road, you get a there's a lot to Jefferson Arlington beat ball. and that down often "Over time, I t up to meet the son said. That stance holz. "I think what's easiest for said. Continued Christian, Christian, a Snohomish moving up to League, he Roosendaa schools can oPt large schools which would blowouts anti schools to tition on In football,, have to its league staying on schedule every team as it "A,/B" years.