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November 22, 2000 The Arlington Times o:o A7 22 POunds Sensibly, a nonprofit Wednesday mornings Room of the Faith Luther- ~Lakewood. TOPS is a support off extra pounds. Call for information. 23 service Family Musicians will per- Day Service at the Lutheran Church, 6905 IE, at 10 a.m. For )1. 24 meets from 8:30 to 11 am. Hall at the Arlington Visitors are welcome. 360.435.3092. 27 CPR class infant/child CPR class is ,to 10 p.m. at Cascade Valley Cost is $20 per family. For 33, ext. 4705. 28 group meets group led by cancer sur- and affiliated with the Society and North Sno- System is offered 7 Tuesday of each month at Room, Cascade S. Stillaguamish Ave., !information call Eldora at Overeaters Anonymous Overeaters Anonymous of Smokey Point and Marysville will meet every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evening. For informa- tion call Lee at 360.629.5487. i ~:CI~ : i::i ~ :;i: (ii(!i i; Getchell fire station beginning at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 2. The station is located at 8424 99th Ave. NE, Arlington. The fire station also will be open for tours. Everyone is invited to bring canned food donations and enjoy some holiday fun. For information call Beau or Tara at 360.659.6400. THU NOV 30 ton Community Food Bank or a new unwrapped toy. The event is being spon- Maurice farewell sored this year by the Arlington Downtown Merchants. Entry forms are available at the Maurice Kinney's friends and customers Arlington Chamber of Commerce office, 120 SUN DEC 3 arepostalinvitedclerk att aSaYspecialfarewellget-togethert the retiringfrom 1 N. Olympic Avenue. For information call Advent season to 4 p.m. at the Arlington Post Office on N. Cristy Brubaker at 360.435.1832. Entry Olympic Avenue. Kinney is retiring from the forms must be returned by Nov. 27. Arlington United Church, at McLeod A tree lighting ceremony is set for 5 p.m. Avenue and Fourth Street in Arlington, is job after more than 27 years. Cake and cof- in Legion Park, following a performance by celebrating the beginning of the Advent fee will be served, the Arlington High School Band, which Season with the 52nd annual Candlelight Parent party patrol begins at 4:30 p.m. Additional entertainment Service at 7 p.m. The program will include will be provided at Legion Park from noon to the Christmas story, carols sung by the con- Lakewood parents are gearing up to pre- 5 p.m. each Saturday through Dec. 23. gregation, special music by the chancel vent unchaperoned parties. A community Anyone wishing to share their talent with choir, instrumental music featuring the trum- meeting to discuss forming a "Parent Party the community can contact Karl Lewis at pet, piano and pipe organ, followed by a Patrol" from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Lakewood 360.403.3448. Christmas message by the Rev. Deena High School theater. For information call Jones. Refreshments will be served bythe Zaida Boast at 360.652.4500. Santa house United Women following the service. The Prepare for childbirth Santa will be entertaining visitors at the public is invited. VFW Hall on the corner of Third Street and Six two-hour evening classes designed McLeod Avenue from 2 to 4 p.m. Dec. 2, MON DEC 4 to help future parents get ready for labor noon to 6 p.m. Dec. 9, 16 and 23. A photog- and delivery are offered at Cascade Valley rapher will be available to take photos at a Displaced homemaker workshops Hospital. The next session beings at 7 p.m. reasonable cost. The cost is $75. Call Teri Vick at 360.435.3390 to register. The Greater Arlington Chamber of Com, merce and the Arlington Downtown Mer- TOPS #1055 chants also are sponsoring covered wagon rides around downtown from 11 a.m. to 5 TOPS #1055 meets at 6 p.m. Thursdays p.m. Dec. 2, 9 and 16. at the Stillaguamish Senior Center, 18306 Smokey Point Boulevard. All ages are wel- come. For information call 360.435.4765. SAT DEC 2 Santa parade Origami workshop Decorate for the holidays by learning to make animals, ornaments and simple toys at a free origami workshop from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Arlington Library, 135 N. Washington Ave. The workshop is funded by the Friends of the Arlington Library. For information call 360.435.3033. Santa appearance A food drive, a Santa appearance and hot cider are all part of the fun at the Santa Claus will arrive in downtown Arlington during the annual Santa Parade, which begins at 1 p.m. Parade lineup is at 11:30 a.m. in the bank parking lots at the north end of Olympic Avenue. The entry fee is a donation to the Arling- um's military memorial will be dedicated at 11 a.m. at the Pioneer Hall, 20722 Armar Road. The memorial is a stone pillar with a marble tablet inscribed with "Honoring Our Military, Who Serve Our Country, Through War and Peace" on top. The pillar is in a garden type setting and has three serenity benches to serve as an area for rest and reflection. The museum reflects the history of the Stillaguamish Valley from the late 1800s through the mid-1900s. An open house begins at 10 a.m. with a performance by the Arlington High School Band Ensemble, fol- lowed by the introduction and recognition of dignitaries. The dedication ceremony, which starts at 11 a.m., will include the American Legion 76, VFW Post 1561, local veterans and the Navy Color Guard. The museum will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. SAT DEC 9 Scooter, doll raffle The Friends of the Arlington Library will raffle off a scooter and a collectible doll at 12:30 p.m. at the library'. "13ckets, which are $1, are on sale at the library. The proceeds will be used to pay for library programs. For Women who are re-entering the work- information call 360.435.3033 or stop by the force because of divorce, separation, death library at 135 N. Washington Ave. or disability of a spouse, or loss of welfare will find tools and support in free workshops Smokey Point Santa presented by the Displaced Homemaker The Smokey Point Chamber of Com- Center from Pathways for Women YWCA. merce is hosting photo and visit opportuni- The December workshop will be held 9 a.m. ties with Santa from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, Dec. 4 Smokey Point Food Pavilion. Coffee, cook- through Dec. 15 at Shoreline Community ies and hot chocolate will be available and College, 16101 Greenwood Ave. N, Shore- the Lakewood High School Band and Lake- line, Foss Building 5000, #5328M wood Elementary School Choir will provide For information and registration, call entertainment. Photos are $2, or free with Pathways for Women YWCA at an unwrapped new gift or canned good. 425.774.9843, ext. 234 or 233. Donations are provided by the Smokey Point Chamber, Food Pavilion, Smokey THU DEC 7 Point Travel, Tully's Coffee, Mail Boxes Etc., Military memorial Everett Mutual Bank, Lakewood High School, Bigfoot Music and Bruce and The Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Muse- Becky's Interiors. COURT OF FOR COUNTY ESTATE OF: Deceased, )ITORS L40.030 kL REPRESENTA- has been representative of having a claim must, before the barred by any e statute of limita- in the manner as by serving representa- representative's stated below a ginal of The claim must later of: (1) Thirty 3nal representative credi- under RCW after the of the notice. If this time except In section 11 of bar is both the nonprobate PUBLICATION: Representative! ~VSmber 22, 29 & BIDS ISTRICT NO. 1 ;PITAL 98223 for the sale of commonly House" which is uamish Arling- of Cascade Val- essful bidder, at ;hall remove the :)roperty on or District dis- house was con- Years ago and several years. representation sound and house "where after the existing con- bidder, Shall remove the the District's shall The ;DIE expense, of Arlington all nply with the Code, mov- may be making (360) may believe the house, the base- value of must amount being to the Dis- District is to the best bid to the shall be paid when the work has been satisfacto- rily completed, including the removal of the concrete foundation and the filling of the basement in accordance with the requirements of the City of Arlington. Bids must be in writing and submitted to Michael Wolfer on or before the 12th day of January 2001, at Cascade Valley Hos- pital, 330 S. Stillaguamish Avenue, Arlington, Washington 98223. The Dis- trict reserves the right to reject all bids. The bid opening shall be on the 15th day of January 2001. The successful bidder shall be required to execute a written agreement in conformance with the pro- visions contained herein within twenty (20) days of being declared the success- ful bidder. Published: November 22, 2000. REQUEST FOR BIDS Darrington School District No. 330 Darrington Middle/High School Addition and Modernization ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS end NOTICE TO BIDDERS: SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED by the Darrington School District No. 330 at the School District Office, for a single contract named: Darrington Middle/High School Addition and Modemization. Bids shall be received until 3:30 p.m, on the date of December 14, 2000. Submit bids in a sealed envelope addressed to Ran- dall W. Swenson, Superintendent of Schools, Darrington School District No. 330, and labeled "MS/HS BID" at the District Office of the Darrington School District, 1065 Fir Street, P.O. Box 27, Darrington, WA 98241. See the "Instruc- tions to Bidders" in the Project Manual for specific instructions. BID OPENING: All bids will be opened at the Darrington Elementary School Library after 3:40 p.m. on December 14, 2000, and will be publicly read aloud. All bids must comply with the requirements set forth in the contract documents. Bid proposals not received prior to the time and date here set forth will be declared unresponsive, and will not be consid- ered. The school district has the right to accept any bids, reject any or all bids, or to request a re-bid of the project, at the sold discretion of the school district. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS: Copies of Contract Documents may be examined at the following locations: Hutteball & Oremus Architecture, Kirkland FW Dodge/AGC/Construction Data, Bellevue FW Dodge/AGC/Construction Data, Tacoma FW Dodge/AGC/Construction Data, Seattle Valley Plan Center, Kent The Weekly Construction Reporter, Burlington The Weekly Construction Reporter, Bellingham Construction Market Data, Kirkland Builders Exchange Plan Center, Everett Associates Subcontractors, Tacoma Contract Document sets are available at Digital Reprographics, 1120 Kirkland Way, No. 222, Kirkland, WA 98033. Bid- ders may obtain copies of the project documents at Digital Reprographics upon making a refundable deposit, in person, of $150 per set, payable by com- pany check and made out to Darrington School District No. 330. Members of AGC may obtain Contract Documents at no charge on presentation of proof of their membership. Bona fide bidders who are general contractors may obtain up to (2) sets of project documents. Other bid- ders may obtain (1) set. Bidders may make additional copies of the project documents for their own use, but not for distribution to other bidders. Bidders may request delivery of the Contract Docu- ments. For instructions, contact Heidi at Digital Reprographics, (425) 889-6735. Addenda are a part of the Contract Doc- uments and the project documents, and must be acknowledged on the bid form. The plan deposit will only be refunded upon the return of the complete set of unmarked unmutitated documents within ten (10) days after the bids are opened. REGISTRATION OF BIDDERS: Bidders must also register at the time that they receive Contract Documents. The full name of the bidding company, president or proprietor, contact person, phone, fax number and address are all required to register as a bona fide bidder. PROJECT LOCATION: Darrington Mid- dle/High School, Darrington, WA. PRE-BID INSPECTION: Bidders must personally inspect the site prior to preparing and submitting their bids. All bidders must be fully familiar with the conditions on the site, the condition of the building, and the amount and type of work for a complete job before preparing and submitting a bid. A pre-bid walk- through will be held on November 30, 2000, at 3:00 p.m. Participants will meet at the front entrance of the school. The bid must reflect the contractor's knowl- edge of the actual work to be performed to complete the project to a high stan- dard of quality. PROJECT SCHEDULE: Substantial completion shall be on or before August 10, 2001. Final completion, demobiliza- tion and cleanup must be completed September 25, 2001. Note that the build- ing and site are in use, and work must proceed with adequate safety precau- tions to protect the public and users of the school, and to ensure the continuous safe use of the facility. BIDDER QUESTIONS: Questions may be addressed to the design team until 7 days prior to the date set for opening of bids. PREVAILING WAGES AND SURETY: This is a prevailing wage public works project. The successful bidder must file required documentation of intent to pay and affidavit of prevailing wages paid with the Department of Labor and Indus- tries. Bidders will be required to supply a bid bond. A performance bond will be required prior to award of contract. Retainage will be withheld from pay- ments as required by state law. See pro- ject documents for other requirements. BY ORDER OF the Superintendent of Schools, Darrington School District No. 330. DATES of publication in The Everett Her- ald and The Daily Jou rnal of Commerce: November 21, 2000 and November 28, 2000. Published: November 22, 29, 2000. NOTICE The Stillaguamish Tribal Housing Auth- ority's annual performance report is avail- able for viewing and comment at 3439 Stoluckquamish Lane, Adington, WA. Published: November 22, 2000. The following information is recorded at the Arlington Munic- ipal Airport by Arlington Public Works staff Date Temperature Rain Hi Low Nov. 15 44 19 .00 Nov. 16 43 19 .00 Nov. 17 43 19 .00 Nov. 18 41 21 .00 Nov. 19 44 22 .00 Tuesday, October 24, 2000 An airplane accident was report- ed at 4:39 p.m. in the 17900 block of 59th Drive NE. Upon arrival officers found a single airplane on the runway with minimal damage. The pilot was not injured. Thursday, October 26, 2000 Officers were dispatched to a reported trespass complaint at 1:21 p.m. in the 500 block of S. French Avenue. Several trees on the property had been sprayed with orange paint. Friday, October 27, 2000 A 61-year-old man in the 19900 block of 67th Avenue NE reported that someone had stolen the vehicle tabs off his car that had been parked in his driveway. The mother of a 16-year-old girl reported she had run away. The girl said she refused to go home because she knew that she was going to be grounded. A 14-year-old girl reported that several items had been stolen from her locker at the high school. Another 14-year-old girl report- ed that several items had been taken from her backpack. The loss was esti- mated at $28. The 39-year-old mother of a 16- year-old girl reported that her daugh- ter had not come home and is possi- bly staying with friends in Oak Har- bor. Saturday, October 20, 2000 A 51-year-old woman reported at 9:53 a.m. that her purse had been stolen out of her shopping cart in the 20500 block of Olympic Place. The purse contained personal items, checks and credit cards. Sunday, October 29, 2000 Officers received a walk-in com- plaint at l 1:58 a.m. that a vehicle had been stolen from the 900 block of E. Fourth Street. The vehicle was later Monday, October 30, 2000 recovered in Snohomish County. Officers responded to a report An abandoned vehicle in the of a disturbance in progress at 3:23 7300 block of 2Olst Street NE turned p.m. in the 200 block of E. Gilman out to be stolen from Marysville. Avenue. Officers responded to a report A vehicle reported stolen out of of a knife assault at 11 p.m. in the Stanwood was recovered at 11:51 20200 block of 67th Avenue NE. A a.m. in the 500 block of N. West 17-year-old boy said he had been cut Avenue. by an 18-year-old man. A 15-year-old A 16-year-old girl and a 17- girl said a 29-year-old woman had year-old girl reported that someone held a knife to her threat and pulled had placed threatening notes on the her hair. A 24-year-old man said the windshields of their vehicles that 18-year-old man had held a knife on were parked in the 600 block of E. him and then kicked the door of his First Street. An investigation vehicle, making a dent. The damage revealed that a friend of the two was estimated at $200. 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