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Thursday, July 26, 2018 The Voice of Mason County Since 1886 - Vol. 132, No. 30 $1.50

Finalists DAZED AND CONFUSED School


selected work
for city running
manager smoothly
New buildings set
Public can meet 4
to rise at Mountain
candidates on Monday
View, high school
By GORDON WEEKS
gordon@masoncounty.com By GORDON WEEKS
gordon@masoncounty.com
City managers in Oregon and
Nebraska, an Ohio resident who Construction and renovations
has managed four cities, and a underway at the schools in the
state transportation manager Shelton School District are run-
who lives in Shelton are the four ning smoothly and on time, with
finalists to become the manager “no fears or problems.”
for the City of Shelton. That’s the word from Robert
On Tuesday, the city released Herron, the district’s director of
the names of the four finalists facilities management and oper-
culled from 24 applications: ations. On Tuesday evening, he
Brent Clark, the city adminis- gave an update on the projects,
trator of Broken Bow, Nebraska; which come courtesy of a $65
Henry Lawrence, the city admin- million bond passed by voters on
istrator of Eagle Point, Oregon; Valentine’s Day 2017.
William Vance, who last month All the projects are scheduled
resigned his post as city man- to be completed by the fall of
ager of Pickerington, Ohio; and 2019, including the construction
Brian Lagerberg, a Shelton resi- of a new Mountain View Elemen-
dent who is the director of the tary School and a new three-
public transportation division of story building and auxiliary gym
the state Department of Trans- at Shelton High School.
portation. “Things are running well,”
Everyone has the chance to he told the board members and
meet the four finalists at a com- administrators. “It’s a really ex-
munity open house from 6 to 7:30 citing time. Every time you drive
p.m. Monday at the Shelton Civ- by, there’s something new.”
ic Center, 525 W. Cota St. Construction at Bordeaux
City Manager Ryan Whea- Elementary is on time, Herron
ton announced on Jan. 18 that Journal photo by Gordon Weeks said. The security vestibule is
he was resigning his position Zepparella guitarist Gretchen Mann takes a bow to her guitar on the being installed his week, he said.
of 1 1/2 years. In compensa- Led Zeppelin tune “Dazed and Confused” at the Hwy 101 Wine Mixer on A new portable is scheduled to
tion, the Shelton native received Saturday at Sanderson Field in Shelton. About 1,100 people enjoyed eight arrive at Evergreen Elementary
nine months of salary and three bands and perfect weather at the concert organized by the local E&C School next week, and should
months of medical benefits. He Music Factory. For more photos of the event, see pages A-18 and 19. be ready for fall classes, Herron
was making about $120,000 a said. Bathrooms are being added

see CANDIDATES, page A-21 see SCHOOLS, page A-17

Candidates draw on varied backgrounds at Matlock forum


Topics include budget management, jail space AUG. 7 PRIMARY ELECTION
though the job can sometimes
feel like “dawn-to-dusk whack-
a-mole,” he feels fortunate to
BY DANA KAMPA the best fit for each position for fill the position and meet a
the next four years.
Aug. 7: Election Day, results released after 8 p.m. new challenge every day.
dana@masoncounty.com
“We face a lot as a county,”
Voices reverberated Unopposed candidates Aug. 8-17: Counting of ballots as necessary (if more than 500 left to count) Dorcy said. “We’re in a posi-
throughout the wooden walls focus on efficiency, tion with revenues that are
Friday night in the packed creativity Aug. 20: County canvassing board meeting to canvass referred ballots 2 p.m.; available to counties and the
Matlock Grange building be- First up were the candi- Final ballot count 4 p.m. cost of running a government,
fore candidates running for dates running unopposed in particular on the criminal
office in Mason County sat in to be re-elected as Mason Aug. 21: County canvassing board certifies election, top-two candidates move justice side, of having some
their metal folding chairs to County prosecutor and clerk on to Nov. 6 General Election real challenges without what
face the crowd, prepared to — Michael Dorcy (prefers Re- most of us would consider to be
simply give a 5-minute pitch publican Party) and Sharon appropriate funding available
— though some overshot the “Moore” Fogo (prefers Demo- Dorcy, current Mason Coun- and won the position, then
time limit — for why they were cratic Party). ty prosecutor, first ran in 2010 was re-elected in 2014. He said see FORUM, page A-11

INSIDE TODAY
2 months into council, North Mason approves Take to the water using
new members weigh in budget extension these paddle safety tips
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Journal file photo by Gordon Weeks


The seven members of the Shelton City Council were sworn in on May
15 at the council’s first meeting, They are, from left, Kevin Dorcy, Deidre
Peterson, Joe Schmit, Bob Rogers, Gary Cronce, Eric Onisko and Kathy
McDowell.

New Shelton City Council


gelling after two months
More questions, Peterson said none of the council
members has surprised her yet.

discussions, and longer “That said, I have been pleasantly


surprised with the thoughtful dis-
cussions I’ve had with fellow council
meetings, members say members in general,” she said. “There
seems to be a genuine desire to under-
By GORDON WEEKS stand the issues and consider others’
gordon@masoncounty.com perspectives. Even in instances when
we have divergent opinions or strong
The meetings are longer, the ques- viewpoints, the conversation has been
tions are more plentiful and the discus- respectful. In fact, some of the most
sions are more wide ranging. contentious issues have led to even
Gone are the split 2-1 votes of the more in-depth and robust conversa-
former Shelton City Commission when tions.”
Tracy Moore was a member, when ev- Onisko also said no fellow council
eryone in the room could safely bet how member has surprised him.
each commissioner would vote in ad- “We have a great council,” he said.
vance. “I think we will get a lot of good things
Meet the Shelton City Council at the done together. The YMCA is a mile-
age of 2 months. stone for the city of Shelton. We worked
On May 15, the last three-member together and got it done.”
commission in the state was trans- Rogers said no other council mem-
formed into the seven-member city ber has surprised him.
council. Joe Schmit, Bob Rogers, De- “Four of us were together in the spe-
idre Peterson and Eric Onisko won four cial election primary and general elec-
open seats on the expended council, tion campaign,” he said. “We saw each
made possible by a petition drive and other often, heard about everyone’s is-
the ballot; they joined Gary Cronce, sues, and I gained respect for all. Coun-
Kathy McDowell and Kevin Dorcy on cil members who came across from the
the body. city commission also have my respect
The Journal sent three questions to and I was not surprised how well they
the seven council members on their ini- transitioned into the new council and
tial impressions of the group. Rogers, have continued to participate fully.
Peterson and Onisko responded. “As the chair of the council, I am very
The council members were asked thankful for the hard work, respectful
what has surprised them most about interaction, openness and varied gifts
being a member of the council. of all council members. For me, their
Rogers, the new mayor, said that actions were not a surprise,” he said.
“although anticipated, the challenge of The council members were asked to
gathering information, talking to fel- name the biggest challenges the coun-
low council members and discussing is- cil faces in the second half of 2018.
sues while remaining true to the spirit, “Undoubtedly, the biggest challenge
intent and actual rules covering public facing us is to hire the right city man-
officials and public meetings has most ager,” Peterson said. “That individual
surprised me after years in private is responsible to execute the vision of
businesses and nonprofits.” the council, provide professional sup-
“I have been a bit surprised at how port, and manage the city’s day-to-day
differently each person I speak with operations, making the appointment of
envisions the council’s role,” Peterson paramount importance.”
said. “While most people know that to- Rogers agreed. The council will work
gether we serve as the policy making with the new manager “to bring finan-
body for the city, there are so many cial sustainability and staff stability to
other ideas. It has been interesting to the city,” he said.
see how that forms people’s attitude as Onisko said the biggest challenge is
to the council’s effectiveness and func- the city’s budget.
tion.” “Second to that, I think we need to
Onisko said he is most surprised work on our permitting process, first
that “we were led to believe that Shel- (our) over-the-counter permits, second,
ton was in better financial situation, faster turnaround, and we need to look
but I think we have a good council and at local code and ordinances that are
we’ll work it out.” holding back progress in our downtown
The council members were also historic district. We want safe build-
asked what fellow council member has ings, but we want occupied buildings
surprised them. as well.”
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By GORDON WEEKS “Every district in the state is going
gordon@masoncounty.com through this,” school board president
Shawn Donnelly said.
The Mary M. Knight School District Starting in 2019, the state will al-
approved its 2018-2019 budget at its low school districts to have a maximum
Monday meeting, as well as a budget levy of $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed
extension and a four-year budget fore- valuation.
cast plan required for the first time by The voters in the Mary M. Knight
the state. School District have approved higher
The 2018-19 budget calls for assessments. Once those are rolled
$16,268,974 in spending, and projects back next year, “it muddies up the for-
$15,933,023 in revenue. The district mula some more,” Willey said.
projects a beginning fund balance of At the same time, the state’s equal-
$2,156,517, and a balance at the end of ization apportionment money for the
the school year of $1,855,566. district is increasing from $6,046,873
Tiki Willey, the district’s business to $11,898,860.
manager, called the figures in the For the first time, the districts are
2018-19 budget “guesstimates.” required to produce a four-year budget
“This is not set in stone … We can plan that includes a four-year enroll-
always get an extension to fix it,” she ment projection.
said. The four-year budget forecast is “a
Two things were very different for little bit of an eye opener,” Willey said,
this budget, Willey said: the Educa- “By year three, we are in the nega-
tional Service District put the budget tive,” said Superintendent Ellen Per-
together because Willey was on a leave conti. She added, “Equalization saves
of absence, and the state’s answer us in the first two years in many ways.”
to the McCleary decision on funding Willey said every district she has
schools changed many things for school contacted is facing the same dilemma
districts. in year three.
“Legislation threw in enormous The district estimates it will have
bombshells,” she said. 142 students in the fall.

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THESE TIMES JOURNAL EDITORIAL

On the southern border Keep your pets cool, too


I I
t’s remarkable how things play out co-founded the United Farm Workers f you see a pet in a hot car, can in your car.
sometimes. Union. Chavez was to Hispanics in you break a window and save If you have to run errands dur-
I was in San Diego last weekend the U.S. what Nelson Mandela was to them? ing the day, leave Fido at home. On
with my 14-year-old son, Ryan, and blacks in South Africa, what Martin That’s one of the key questions an 85-degree day, your car’s interior
my Canadian nephew, Eric, who is Luther King Jr. was to blacks in the local resident Sharon Benedict has temperature can reach 104 degrees
an intern at SpaceX, Elon U.S. and what Billy Frank been fielding lately. within 10 minutes. In 30 minutes, it
Musk’s space transportation Jr. was to American Indians Benedict and a small group of can reach 119 degrees, according to
company near Los Angeles. in the Northwest. Alvarez concerned citizens are spreading the Benedict.
Eric’s a mechanical engineer- became a force in the union — word on what residents can and can’t “What do you think it would be if
ing student at the Univer- Alex said his grandmother be- legally do to help pets trapped in the animal was in the vehicle for an
sity of British Columbia and came the union’s representa- parked cars. hour?” Benedict said.
he’s working on the wiring tive in the San Joaquin Valley, With temperatures in the lower- If you suspect an animal is in dan-
harness for the capsule that which was at the geographical 90s expected through the weekend, ger, call 911 if the animal is showing
will be on the tip of the rocket heart of the movement. In staying cool will be paramount for obvious signs of discomfort. That
that SpaceX hopes to use to By KIRK 1996, according to her obitu- Mason County residents — and their includes heavily panting or drooling,
send humans to the Interna- ERICSON ary in the Nov. 17, 2010, edi- four-legged counterparts. fervently barking, intensely scratch-
tional Space Station in the tion of the Merced newspaper, According to a recent Seattle Times ing, vomiting or having seizures.
next year. she was named the Hispanic article, only about one-third of Seat- Benedict says after calling 911,
That’s what he’s doing this sum- woman of the year by the California tle households have air conditioning, stay with the animal until help ar-
mer. Senate. making it the least-air-conditioned rives, write down the vehicle’s make,
It was my intention for Ryan and I “She was very, very noble,” Alex metropolitan area in the United model and license plate number and
to tour SpaceX — the boy would be ex- said of his grandmother. “She taught States. Smaller cities and towns in go inside of nearby stores to have
posed to, and perhaps inspired by, the us to keep our character straight.” Washington, including Shelton, likely their owner paged over the intercom.
science and technology required for Read more here: https://bit. share similar statistics compared to Do not confront the animal’s owner or
such an extraterrestrial quest, and I’d ly/2LNDvv3. our warmer states to the south and break windows yourself. In Washing-
get a column out of it. It would be a Alex is U.S. born, but spends the east. ton, you must let a law enforcement
two-fer, you know, but a few days be- majority of the year living with his In other words, we often try to beat officer remove the animal.
fore the boy and I flew out of SeaTac, Mexico-born wife and their 1-year-old the heat by ignoring it. While we may choose to hold off on
my nephew told me I couldn’t write son in Tijuana, Mexico. He squeezed Many homeowners choose to cool cooling our homes with air condition-
about what I’d witness on the tour. in a lot of his opinions on immigration their homes the old-fashioned way — ing, our pets don’t get any input on
SpaceX has a rule about visitors writ- during our five-minute drive, includ- opening windows in the morning and that choice. That’s why it’s important
ing about such things. ing references to “senses of entitle- closing the blinds in the afternoon to to remember to consider our fine,
I think I can share, though, that ment” and “personal responsibility” keep the cool air in. That works well furry friends when temperature start
the dining areas at SpaceX serve Pepsi — phrases favored by many people for some homes, but doesn’t work well to soar.
and Coke products. It is a magical who consider themselves conservative.
place. It threw me off a bit, considering his
But I had another intention for family legacy, but I didn’t have time
this trip: Go to our nation’s southern during our short trip to figure out pre-
border to see what could be seen. I cisely what he meant. 
had no idea where to go or how to ap- I asked Alex whether he’d be will-
proach the political and human facets ing to take us to the border. He was
of the border, but I figured I’d bite a silent a moment, and then I remem-
tiny slice and see what comes of it.  bered Eric had Lyft credits, so I said
If you want to write about a brick we can pay you for the drive.
wall, don’t write about the wall, ac- On Sunday afternoon, we three
cording to the author Robert Pirsig. northerners got into his car and head-
Write about a single brick. ed south to the border.
On Saturday morning in San Diego, On the way, he talked about his fa-
I hired a Lyft for a short trip and I got ther, who entered the country illegally
to chatting with the driver. Alex (he many times from Mexico and was
asked that his last name not be used) caught and kicked out of the country
asked me whether we were in San many times. Alex said his father didn’t
Diego for Comic-Con. I said no — I complain about the U.S. authorities
wasn’t even aware it was happening doing what they did — they were do-
when I planned the trip. Alex, 36, re- ing their job. Alex also had kind words
sponded with something equally dis- for U.S. Border Guard and Immigra-
missive about Comic-Con, so we had tion and Custom Enforcement agents
something to build on. I told him I was he’s come across.
interested in visiting the southern bor- “We’re all responsible for our ac-
der, which lit him up. He started talk- tions, regardless of our surroundings,”
ing about the misconceptions people Alex said.
have about the border, often because After about 25 minutes, which in-
of media misrepresentations. I said I cluded a final stretch traveling along a Journal Letter Policy
was a newspaper man, and then he narrow empty road bounded by desert
asked, with some suspicion, why I succulents, we ended up in Friendship The Journal encourages original letters to the editor of local interest. Diverse
wanted to see the border.  Park, a half-acre park that straddles and varied opinions are welcomed. We will not publish letters that are deemed
To see what I can see, I said. the Mexican and U.S. sides of the bor-
Alex told me a little about himself. der. The park is divided by a fence and libelous or scurrilous in nature. All letters must be signed and include the
His grandmother, Jovita S. Alva- writer’s name, address and daytime phone number, which will be used for
rez, was a friend of Cesar Chavez, verification purposes only. All letters are subject to editing for length, grammar
the labor and civil rights leader who see TIMES, page A-5 and clarity. To submit a letter, email adam@masoncounty.com, drop it off at

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Thank you, as the land under the ocean


slides beneath the Cascade Bonin is a CORRECTION
Shelton Range. How will Mount Rain-
ier react? judge’s judge In last week’s issue, a portion of Kathy Chaussee’s response to a question was
The earthquake will dis-
omitted. The Board of Mason County Commissioner candidate’s full response is
Editor, the Journal place a colossal amount of wa- Editor, the Journal
It takes a village to raise a ter; half will rush west toward I am writing to urge vot- as follows:
child. This community proved Japan and the rest will rush ers to support John Bonin for
they were willing to do just east. The 71,000 residents in Mason County District Court. County commissioner is a partisan position. Can you promise voters
that on Saturday, July 14 by the northwest tsunami zone I have known John since that if elected your political affiliation will take a back seat to the
helping to “Stuff the Bus.” It will have about 15 minutes to 2010, when I sought his legal needs of the county?
was a successful event. We evacuate before the 700-mile advice during a dispute with
still need more help. There are liquid wall reaches the U.S. an employer. Since then, I’ve I am running for Mason County commissioner as an Independent to serve the
a lot of families in need getting mainland. consulted John multiple times citizens with sound, careful and well-thought-out decisions free from political
school supplies for the 2018-19 This multi-state problem when problems came up, affiliation. What I want for our county is meaningful public involvement and an
school year. There will be an- needs a federal solution. Some ranging from a troublesome open and honest discussion around the budgeting of funds. A safe and healthy
other “Stuff the Bus” event on 140,000 square miles will be neighbor to a successful peti-
environment is my priority, whether that be on our streets, in our stores, schools
July 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. affected; everything west of tion to get a restraining order
These events are and I-5 from Canada to California against a person who was and neighborhoods, or in our clean air and water. I want to make a difference by
were sponsored by Love INC is gone, according to a FEMA harassing me. I have always working beside each of you toward a common vision that maintains the excel-
and Mount Olive Lutheran official. Bridges, roads, hos- been impressed by John’s lence we’ve already created in our community and continue working together
Church, whose members, pitals and airports will be competence, good advice and with determination to improve our future.
along with Gethsemane Min- destroyed or damaged. There proven ability help his clients
istry and the ROTC troop, will be hundreds of landslides. find solutions to difficult situ-
helped to make the past event Experts anticipate 13,000 ations. numerous partnerships with background if any, criminal
great. We hope the next event deaths and 27,000 injured. John would be a judge’s the community and civic lead- and traffic background, and
will truly “stuff the bus” to the Shelter will be required for judge. He thoroughly knows ers to better serve the Mason financial background. Ad-
top of the seats. 1 million; food and water for the law, is fair-minded and County residents. Sheriff ditionally, that background
The school supplies re- 2.5 million; no electricity for possesses integrity that is be- Salisbury established a pre- investigation includes an oral
ceived will be disbursed at weeks, maybe months. yond question. cinct in Belfair to better serve interview, a polygraph exami-
the Back to School Jamboree The Pacific Northwest is You can learn more about the residents of North Mason nation, and a psychological
at Evergreen Elementary to completely unprepared for John and his candidacy at County. Additionally, Sheriff examination. If elected, Hol-
K-5th grade students who are this event. We could learn www.votebonin.com or at his Salisbury has served as presi- land would come into office
registered to attend the event. from the 2011 Japanese earth- campaign’s Facebook page at dent of the Washington State with none of the scrutiny and
Families with students in the quake; Congress could use our www.facebook.com/votebonin. Sheriff’s Association and the background investigation his
older grades may get help taxes to prepare for a statisti- Mason County has a great op- Washington Associations of deputies underwent.
with supplies by contacting cally probable massive earth- portunity in John’s candidacy Sheriffs and Police Chiefs. In Holland touts his military
Love INC. quake. According to experts, for District Court judge. Take other words, our sheriff’s fel- experience and his counter-
there is a 1 in 3 chance of an this opportunity and vote for low sheriffs and police chiefs intelligence training. How-
Carla Tranum earthquake hitting here in the John Bonin in the primary chose him to represent them ever, every law enforcement
Shelton next 50 years. Earthquakes election on Aug. 7. nationally. This is an honor officer knows that military
exist; human caused climate and responsibility bestowed experience is no substitute for
change is an unproven theory. Paul Schlienz on very few police executives police experience. Holland has
Get rid of Because of unpreparedness,
our only warning system is the
Tumwater in the state.
In the last 12 years, Sheriff
called the staff of the sheriff’s
office stupid and/or corrupt.

Heck, Kilmer earthquake itself. There will


be a compressional high fre-
Sheriff
Salisbury has improved the
professionalism of the Mason
Each and every staff member
is dedicated, intelligent and
quency waves radiating from County Sheriff’s Office. The of the highest integrity. Fur-
and Cantwell the fault line. We can’t hear
Salisbury the Mason County Sheriff’s Office thermore, once you say this in
it, but dogs can; listen to your is now recognized among its public or on social media, how
Editor, the Journal dogs. We could have a system peers as a progressive leader do you then lead the very peo-
Our political leaders create that would “hear” these high best candidate in the public safety commu- ple you defamed? Holland has
the laws and safety nets to frequency waves and trigger nity. said that he never wanted to
protect us from natural disas- alarms that would automati- Editor, the Journal Thin budgets have always be a law enforcement officer,
ters; unfortunately, Sen. Ma- cally shut down facilities like As the election for Mason plagued the Mason County yet he runs for sheriff?
ria Cantwell, and Reps. Derek railroads, hydroelectric dams, County sheriff approaches, it Sheriff’s Office and yet Sheriff The sheriffs and police
Kilmer and Denny Heck are and power plants; we could is necessary to compare quali- Salisbury has implemented chiefs in Washington State
failing us in this effort. have 90 seconds to prepare. fications, background and ex- many programs mandated by are fully aware of this race.
The January 2016 issue of Instead we have an “uh-oh” perience of the candidates so law and/or necessary to better They have stated unanimous-
Reader’s Digest had an article disaster management system. voters can make an informed serve the citizens of Mason ly that they would be unable
titled “The Big One.” It tells When dogs become agitated, decision. Sheriff Salisbury County through innovation to share sensitive investiga-
of the likelihood of an earth- grab your assets and hang on. comes to us with 28 years of and creativity. tive information with the
quake that is overdue in our Mason County, let’s rid law enforcement experience. These accomplishments Mason County Sheriff’s Office
region by 74 years. We aver- ourselves of Cantwell, Kilmer He possesses a bachelor’s de- and qualifications are in stark based on Mr. Holland’s lack
age a cataclysmic earthquake and Heck; they’re not citizen gree, a master’s degree and contrast to those of Darin of qualifications and lack of
every 243 years; we are now legislators, they’re career poli- has successfully completed the Holland. Holland comes to background investigation.
in year 317 since the last big ticians using our taxes to give Washington State Criminal us with absolutely no law en- I think that the obvious
one. “special” treatment to their Justice Training Commis- forcement experience. He has conclusion voters will reach
The Cascadia Subduction political friends, rather than sion Basic Law Enforcement not undergone the extensive is that the best candidate for
is 700 miles offshore and runs preparing for The Big One. Academy. Sheriff Salisbury vetting process that all police sheriff is Casey Salisbury.
from California to Canada. They’re not looking out for us; has successfully completed the officers and deputies must go
When the 8.0 to 9.2 earth- let’s fire them. FBI National Academy. Sher- through prior to being hired. Dean Byrd
quake hits, the ground will iff Salisbury has improved That process includes check- Shelton
drop about 6 feet and then Ardean A. Anvik training for all of his depu- ing the candidate’s educa-
rebound west 30 to 100 feet Shelton ties and staff. He has formed tional background, military see LETTERS, page A-6

Times: Driver’s views didn’t fit Democrat-Republican divide


continued from page A-4 A solitary U.S. border those who migrate from the cause Alex’s views didn’t fit der, which clearly has been
agent sat inside a SUV parked southern Mexican states. He into the conservative-liberal, compounded by this U.S.
then a line of posts that ex- above the beach. He wasn’t criticized the affluent and po- Democratic-Republican divide administration’s chaotic ef-
tend about 100 feet past the too talkative, but he did say litical interests in the United that we’ve been encouraged forts to diminish the hopes of
shore into the Pacific. A tower he had transferred from El States that promote and profit to believe our country is sec- people with legitimate claims
on the U.S. side is topped with Centro, the sector of the from illegal immigration. He tioned into. Plus, he thought to asylum. But perhaps a
sensors to detect human activ- border where many of the criticized Mexicans who enter of reasonable possible solu- little hopeful naivety is in
ity along the line, including, I detention sites can be found. the U.S. illegally and don’t tions, such as building com- order:  Many people are try-
presume, any efforts to swim His new posting looked te- work hard. He said those who plexes, staffed with educators ing to con their way into
around the fence.  dious, just staring out of his enter illegally and work and and social workers, along this country, but they’re
On the Mexican side of windshield at the ocean. try to build a better life for the border that could house outnumbered by the many
the fence is Tijuana, where All the while, Alex was themselves and their families asylum seekers with children, who are fleeing horrors un-
we could see families on the giving his take on the border should be allowed to stay. He so the kids can be treated imaginable to many of us.
beach and kids playing in the and immigration. He said the said he liked Barack Obama’s humanely while authorities This nation should offer the
water. The sounds of a drum Mexican government fails character but didn’t like most try to determine who their many a chance. 
circle provided a back beat to to patrol its side of the bor- of his policies, and liked many parents are. That’s the American way.
the whole scene. der and doesn’t protect Latin of the current occupant’s poli- I don’t know what to of-
The U.S. side of the beach American migrants in Mexico cies but not his character. fer for a solution to the n Contact Kirk Ericson at
was empty. who are fleeing north, nor It was a bit confusing be- agony on our southern bor- kirk@masoncounty.com.
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LETTERS continued from page A-5 I am not a Democrat, nor am I in her district. dedicated volunteers. Through their help by donating
Mary Jo is the most qualified candidate. food, traps and their knowledge, I was able to rescue
Mary Jo Cady is the most Carolyn Olsen
four kittens and one beautiful feral calico mama cat.
They will be spayed and neutered so that someone may

qualified candidate Shelton enjoy them as companions. I was never a cat lover, but
that has changed, as now I will become the proud owner

Editor, the Journal Special shoutout to Kitten of the mama cat and one of her very adorable offspring.
I would like to give special praise to Deidre Sigmond,
I am not a Republican. I am in support of Mary
Jo Cady, because I know what she has accomplished Rescue volunteers who was an excellent Kitten Rescue volunteer.

as Mason County Commissioner, District 3. I know Bill Dogle


what she can do and I know, with confidence, what Editor, the Journal Shelton
she will do. I have nothing but praise for Kitten Rescue and their

Democrats have
abandoned rural areas
Editor, the Journal
Over the past 25 or more years, the Democratic
Party has become an urban party with strong control
over statewide politics. We are outnumbered and given
little chance to stop the steady increases in taxes and
fees being pushed by urban dwellers. Soda tax, $500
car tabs, a recent law that could cost you up to $10,000
if a gun is stolen from you and used in a crime, just to
name a few of the urban laws that liberals love. With
their control of the state Legislature, they try and
spread the costs of their urban programs to all of us.
Our governor is now pushing a “carbon tax” to
once again raise our gas prices and not spend the
money on much needed road improvements. He has
strong support from the urban dwellers and we may
end up with higher fees with no benefits except a
negative impact on our rural economy.
People here take pride in their independence and
nearly everyone professes to have an independent
attitude about voting for the person and not the par-
ty. The top-two primary ballot process makes that a
challenge, but independents who give up in disgust
give even more power to the closely controlled par-
ties. All independents, as well as party members,
who think our region deserves a strong voice in the
Senate should participate in the primary to select
the candidate they think will do the best job repre-
senting this region.
The parties are using the top-two ballot system
as a means to defeat the strongest “voice of reason”
in the Senate, Tim Sheldon. Why? Because he is far
too capable at making decisions that represent his
constituents instead of the liberal wing of the party
controlled by urban special interests. The sad part
is they might get it done because a certain segment
of the voting public blindly supports whatever their
party of choice wants.
Sen. Sheldon has consistently represented our
needs and done more to keep the urban liberals from
passing even more taxes and fees than we already
have to pay. He has taken huge risks by “bucking
the system” in order to best represent our needs. He
obviously realized years ago that the urban liberals
in charge of the party do not care about rural areas
like ours. Thanks, Tim, for representing us more
than the Seattle liberals.
I don’t always agree with Sen. Sheldon, but he
lives and works here. I have contacted him on a
number of issues over the years and always gotten
a prompt reply. I respect the fact that he strives to
represent the needs of the district, not the urban
Democrats, and respectfully ask for you to support
his re-election.

John O’Laughlin
Hoodsport

Marco Brown will work to


bring positive change
Editor, the Journal
I am writing to encourage people to vote for Marco
Brown, who is running against Tim Sheldon for sena-
tor. I have lived in Mason County for several years and
have noticed that even though our county has many
properties that are waterfront and mountain view,
which are taxed at a higher rate, and our taxes contin-
ue to rise, the Belfair area continues to be a poor area
which doesn’t seem to receive much of this money. I
can’t help but wonder where all this tax money is go-
ing, because it isn’t coming here to help our residents.
It is obvious that whatever is being done needs to
change, and that change needs to be brought about
by someone who cares for the people of this commu-
nity and will listen to their concerns and needs. The
cuts to this area keep coming, and the needs, such
as the Belfair Bypass, are being ignored.
Marco Brown has many ideas for helping our
area, and I truly believe that he will work diligently
to bring about positive changes for Belfair.

Sheila Jones
Belfair
31167

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LETTERS cont. from page A-6 the safest counties in which to live in
Washington state.
Daggett would Marco Brown
bring new ideas, Belfair

solutions Sheldon’s support


necessary in
Editor, the Journal
I hate politics, but the actions of the
current administration have alarmed
me enough to do something more than
write letters and complain.
Legislature
So I joined Dave Daggett’s cam- Editor, the Journal
paign in his bid to represent the 35th My husband, Rep. Dan Griffey,
District in the Washington state as- sponsored HB-1155 to end the statute
sembly. We need fresh, energetic rep- of limitations on felony sex crimes. It Meet Buddy! He is an all-around great love, he might be the dog for you!
resentation with innovative ideas and has passed the House with wide bi- guy! His handsome face is quite noble with If you have further questions or would like
solutions. Dave has that. partisan support but has become hung flop-over ears, and his lovely black coat is to schedule an appointment to meet Buddy
Jobs is a word that politicians up in the Senate. This last year it was accentuated by his white chest. Buddy is in person, please contact the adoption team
bounce around like a pingpong ball four votes away from a vote. A vote I a three-year-old, Mastiff/Black Labrador at Shelton Adopt-A-Pet. Emails are the
without any real solutions. Dave has believe would have passed it and sent Retriever mix, weighs sixty-nine pounds, preferred method of communication.
real ideas and solutions. He plans to it directly to the governor to sign. and love kids (especially teenagers). He
Adopt-A-Pet has many great dogs and
work hard to make his ideas and solu- How do I know it was four votes gets along well with other dogs and cats
always need volunteers. To see all our
tions reality, so that Mason County away? Sen. Tim Sheldon. Sen. Sheldon if properly introduced and knows his basic
current dogs, visit www.adoptapet-wa.
residents won’t have to commute out- was texting me every step of the way. commands. In addition, he knows how to
org, Facebook at “Adopt-A-Pet of Shelton
side of the county for work. He also He was a supporter and even though walk politely on a leash, enjoys swimming,
car rides, and playing fetch! Buddy would Washington” or at the shelter on Jensen
cares deeply about education and has it was an intense final day of voting Road in Shelton. For more information,
a plan to fund it without raising prop- — kept me in the loop. I think he was make a great active family dog and is a
wonderful companion! If you have a fenced visit thedoghouse3091@hotmail.com or
erty taxes. more disappointed than I was. 360-432-3091.
Prior to his retirement from Boe- Passing bills can be challenging. yard, and the time to give him exercise and
ing, one of his main duties was to help Getting them heard in committee is
airplane design teams who were each
working on a different component of
tough at times, getting them voted out
of committee, through rules, to the Furry Friends Looking for a Home
a plane, arrive at the final design. So
he is experienced working with groups
floor calendar and onto the floor for
a vote is even harder. It’s a matter of
Sponsored by:
who have competing ideas join to- priorities.
gether in a final solution. This will be This bill, HB-1155, mattered to We have created a
a valuable asset in the state assembly. me and many survivors who testified low-stress, healthy
Dave is not a career politician, far on its behalf, and it mattered to Sen. environment
from it. He is just like you and me and Sheldon. I am not sure what his per- with soft lighting,
everyone else who wants to restore our sonal circumstances are that lead him music, a regular
country to what it once was and heal to join with us, but I am glad he did exercise program,
the divisiveness which permeates our and I know I can count on him next and frequent,
nation today. Please vote for him Aug. session when Dan sponsors the legisla- individualized
7. tion once again. (360) 426-3052 attention. We treat
It’s not about party politics – it’s 270 SE Spring Place every pet with
Daniel Frishman about people. I know we can count on Shelton, Washington 98584 affection, respect,
Shelton Sen. Sheldon to stand with us. He has E-mail: sylvan@hctc.com and kindness.
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Salisbury’s ideas (survivors) backs and I don’t want to


take a chance that others in the posi-
tion I was in as a victim, will have to
still needed wait a moment longer for the justice
they deserve. And I certainly don’t
Editor, the Journal want any more victims made because
I am writing in support of Casey offenders got off the hook yet again.
Salisbury for Mason County Sheriff. Please vote for Tim Sheldon.
He has been our sheriff for 12 years
and has done a fantastic job. Voters Dinah Griffey
should re-elect Sheriff Salisbury so our Allyn
county and communities will continue
to be a safe place in which to live.
Casey grew up here, and this is his Bonin would bring
home. During his tenure as sheriff of
Mason County, he has demonstrated new ideas to judge
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and loved ones. As a parent himself, I love old historical buildings, such
he knows just how we feel when we as the 107-year-old Matlock Grange
send our children off to school, and hall, built when the Matlock Grange
that’s why he will do everything was founded in 1910.
within his means to make certain our Last Friday night it was my great
schools and children are safe. pleasure to attend the candidate’s fo-
His forward-thinking ideas and rum at the Matlock grange.
innovative policies have put Mason The candidate I support for district
County in the spotlight for other law judge, John Bonin, made me proud by
enforcement agencies in the state delivering a very passionate presenta-
of Washington, some of which have tion describing some of his creative
implemented his ideas and actions. ideas he would strive to implement
Casey has set up programs for law should he be elected.
enforcement in Mason County that One of John’s ideas, that he would
include the best trained police dogs; reduce his salary 25 percent to help
his deputies are trained in mental fund additional resources, was mocked
health issues and how to handle the by one opponent, George Steele. Mr.
opioid epidemic that plagues society Steele asserted that the 25 percent
today. He has compassion for the vul- reduction John was suggesting was “il-
nerability of senior citizens and has legal” and cited several RCW’s “prov-
introduced new programs for helping ing” his point.
our returning vets suffering from post- The actual point Mr. Steele is miss-
traumatic stress syndrome. ing is a concept taught to me by my
Casey is one of the finest persons eighth-grade algebra teacher, the
I’ve ever met. He is also one of the legendary Mrs. Fagergren: “There is
best sheriffs that Mason County has more than one way to skin a cat.” Mr.
had the privilege of electing to protect Steele’s original sin is he is not
and serve the people. A vote of yes for
Sheriff Casey Salisbury will guarantee see LETTERS, page A-8
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LETTERS cont. from page A-7 onstrated above. during their campaigns for Mason County, and it
Further, Mr. Steele by winning their seats is important that every- Editor’s note
thinking outside the box. belittles John by saying with 62 percent and 67 one be educated about
John’s proposal is that John’s pledge is not percent of the vote, re- what they seek in a dis- The deadline has passed for all letters to the
contingent on the county a “meaningful promise,” spectively. trict court judge. Eric is editor endorsing candidates for this year’s primary
commission using those an attribute Mr. Steele I don’t know about an inspiration to me as election. Per Journal policy, only rebuttals to
funds to help provide is claiming is his own. you, but I’m voting for well as others in Mason
for a three-quarter time Say what? Not mean- the guy who makes County. I have sought
published letters to the editor will be published in
court commissioner. ingful? Budget ideas out of the box creative, career advice from Eric next week’s issue of the Journal.
As one proposed alter- are not meaningful? meaningful – and legal in my job as a registered
native, John will simply The Commission be- — promises. nurse, and his advice ficult situations for the truth as a core belief.
donate 25 percent of lieves budget issues are Thank you. has always been, “Fur- people of Mason County. Ms. Chaussee daily
his salary back to the so meaningful, it has, Vote Bonin! ther your education, it’s I also want someone displays her commit-
county. This alternative among other initiatives, that simple.” who is efficient — not ment to our community
is commonly practiced – established a citizen’s Randy Lewis Eric says that “educa- a waste of money, time and her unwavering
therefore many believe budget committee popu- Shelton tion is less about knowl- and/or resources. I be- dedication to transpar-
this does not violate lated by five outstanding edge and information lieve time is valuable in ency in conducting the
state law. citizen volunteers. but more about process the court system, so as a people’s business.
One has to ask the
question, “Will someone
John is taking the
high road. He refuses to
Why you and structure.” To me,
this is an important
taxpayer, having some-
one who stays current
I urge all voters to
choose the most experi-
who is so focused on a
hard-coded, strict point
respond to personal at-
tacks with personal at- should quality in a judicial
candidate receiving my
in the justice system’s
practices is key.
enced, qualified county
commission candidate I
of view, not even trying
to contemplate alterna-
tacks of his own. We are
hoping this campaign vote for vote: a judge needs to
have the knowledge and
Eric has made this
his passion. He lives and
have met in many years.
This candidate is
tive solutions, be a judge does not devolve into information but more
you would want making mudslinging. Let’s con- Eric Valley importantly, needs to
breathes law and justice.
As a woman, mother and
Kathy Chaussee.

decisions from the bench fine criticism to state- know how to process and registered voter here in Theresa Jacobson
and managing a depart- ments about issues and Editor, the Journal apply that knowledge Mason County, I believe Agate
mental budget?” positions. Mason County is and information in each that the right person for
The most disturbing Public personal at- a wonderful place. I unique situation. Eric District Court judge is
part of Mr. Steele’s at-
tack on John was that he
tacks against opposing
candidates are not only
was fortunate enough
to have been born and
Valley is that person.
More importantly,
Eric Valley. Let’s follow
mocked John’s passion-
ate presentation style.
wrong, they are stupid.
To show how ineffective
raised here by my two
parents. Eric Valley is
Eric is a father who
raised a beautiful,
Tiffany Henningsen
Shelton
Cantwell’s
Mr. Steele stated some-
thing like “just because
this strategy is, consider
Shelton City Council
another member of this
great community. Eric is
strong, independent
daughter, Emily, who is lead on
someone says something
in a loud voice, doesn’t
Members Kathy McDow-
ell and Eric Onisko.
a longtime family friend
— my grandma espe-
now a U.S. Marine. Eric
is level headed and down
Chaussee Alzheimer’s
mean it is true.”
It also does not mean
Both overcame with-
ering derogatory person-
cially thought the world
of him.
to earth. He is detail ori-
ented, hardworking, ac-
is the most Editor, the Journal
it is not true, as is dem- al attacks aimed at them This is a crucial time countable, thorough and
kind, along with many qualified Alzheimer’s disease is
a leading cause of death
that cannot be prevent-
other things.
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Come see us! the best interests of our nity this year to elect an ease, including 110,000
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Forum: District court judge


candidates tout experience
to move in that direction. We’re behind
continued from page A-1 other counties by a good decade in that
to provide those services.” issue. We need to catch up.”
Establishing a functional county Ultimately, Greer said his goal is to
budget that supports criminal justice make navigating district courts easier
services without asking residents to for the people they serve.
We provide
pay more will require officials to get cre- Valley stepped up next and summa-
the best dental
ative, Dorcy said. rized the judicial race as asking Mason
experience
Fogo then briefly explained the du- County residents to “entrust us with the possible for the
ties of the county clerk and how she exercise of a vast amount of discretion-
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One issue Greer touched on that he 27 years, and he said the years of court
said is a bit controversial is his desire to experience all the candidates have mat-
shift to a paperless court system, chiefly ters because of the importance of the
because of the expense. judicial system to the government. He
“This all is saving time, and also sav- proceeded to quote the Declaration of
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Forum: Candidates focus on differences during event


continued from page A-11 court is a lower court it is often the first place citi- The auditor runs elections in the county, pays the
zens encounter the judicial system directly. Though county’s bills, records documents and handles licens-
Austin said that is the primary purpose of the ju- the experience may not be pleasant when someone ing.
dicial system. is paying a ticket for a traffic violation, Austin said it “Most of my experience is in the elections field,”
“That may sound a little bit … overblown for a dis- should not be a bad encounter. McGuire said, calling himself an “elections geek.”
trict court, but the things that we deal with in the “One of the goals of the district court is to try to McGuire spoke to his role in building a central-
district court, the issues are the same,” Austin said. deal with these people and get them back on the track ized, statewide voter registration system in Oregon.
Austin said, most importantly, because district where they’re not going to be coming back,” he said. “What I was most passionate about there was vot-
Austin also criticized plans to go paperless based er access, making sure voters had the ability to vote
on his experience handling government contracts and participate in the process no matter the circum-
with Boeing because “paperless doesn’t end up pa- stances,” he said.
Spooner Berry Farms perless,” and any ensuing confusion would be prob-
lematic with current financial, space and time re-
Write-in candidate Charles Rhodes then took cen-
ter stage. He said he has lived in Mason County for

is back in Shelton! straints.


Bonin then took his turn, polling how many peo-
ple in the room knew him.
13 years.
“I deeply care about the community, and I want to
serve the citizens,” Rhodes said.
Visit Our New Location! “If you know me, then you know that I’m somebody He said his skills working with human resources
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He said he sees the district court system as a means
and support staff would help him quickly become fa-
miliar with the inner workings of the auditor’s office.
(empty lot next to Renegade Guns and Eternity Ink) to keep people from escalating from misdemeanors to “One promise I can make is within three years, I
more serious crimes, instead helping them become will be a certified elections administrator,” he said.
productive members of society. “I want to be part of the changes that may occur,
“We can inspire people; we can inspire them from and I will actively look for ways to improve and in-

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cess,” he said.
He said Mason County voters have “exceptional”
novate,” Rhodes said.

Assessor candidates differ on approach to

Here Now! candidates from which to choose in many races on the


ballot. But in the judicial race, “We are more than
budget shortfall
Incumbent Melody Peterson (prefers Democratic
just judges — we are also managing a budget,” Bonin Party) and challenger Patti McLean (states no party
said. “As a matter of fact, the district court adminis- preference) face each other in the race for county as-
trator is trying to make her 2019 budget right now, sessor.
and she is still, still trying to get the ability to con- Speaking first, Peterson said she started working
vince the commission to properly fund so that there in the assessor’s office in 1994 at the front counter.
can be 1.6 ... judges, because we really do need that.” “You certainly learn a lot being on the front lines,
Bonin said it would be a court commission, not a so to speak,” Peterson said.
second judge. Peterson gained experience in several positions in
Bonin said it’s important that people work togeth- the office over the years, making her way up the lad-
er to do what needs to be done in Mason County, and der. She said a main focus of the assessor’s office bal-
that requires a candidate to be innovative, creative ancing efficiency with analysis that treats everyone
and have experience “in the trenches.” fairly.
“I hope that our county can work together and try She said one of the most difficult decisions she had
to do the things and not tell us it’s impossible, be- to make was to accommodate budget cuts by reducing
cause it is possible,” Bonin said. “Anything is possible staffing. Peterson chose to close the office on Fridays
For more information call Olympia if the citizens of the community want it and are will- in an effort to have more complete transactions, rath-
ing to work for it.” er than a high number of unfinished cases.
(360) 456-4554 Bonin said as a general practice lawyer, he believes “I’ve proved capable and willing to look outside the
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life qualifies him for the district court position. facing, and that the county continues to face,” she
Last to speak was Steele, who has been a munici- said.
pal court judge for more than nine years. He said one McLean started in the assessor’s office in 1991 as
of the biggest challenges in the court system is a gen- a part-time employee, similarly learning the ropes.
eral lack of resources, especially a “critical” lack of She said she received a layoff notice in August from
jail space. the current assessor, and subsequently became an
“We’re going to need a judge who has experience appraiser at the Gray’s Harbor assessors office.
addressing problems and will keep the court going in McLean said she would work both the clerical and
a positive direction,” Steele said. appraisal sides if elected to office based on her past
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efforts running for judge and to raise awareness of Sheriff candidates tout experience levels
issues at the jail. First to speak was incumbent Sheriff Casey Salis-
“I want to be clear about one very important fact bury (prefers Democratic Party), running against
— I am not blaming the jail and I am not blaming the challenger Darin Holland (states no party prefer-
sheriff’s office,” he said. “It’s a question of math. It’s a ence). Salisbury started off listing the offices and
question of capacity.” individuals that have endorsed him in his reelection
Steele said though he would not have the author- bid and summarizing his experience in the law en-
ity to order a new jail to be built, “what I can do is be forcement field, as a full-time officer for 28 years, four
a voice.” years as a reserve officer and 12 years as sheriff.
As to the proposed salary cut, Steele said, “Simply Salisbury noted the other candidates’ comments
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MASON COUNTY WOMEN


The name behind the fund
Hilburn’s fund has helped hundreds facing cancer diagnosis
Karen Hilburn, founder
of the Karen Hilburn BY DANA KAMPA mammogram screenings and Gardasil
Cancer Fund, says dana@masoncounty.com vaccinations to prevent the spread of
being able to run the the HPV virus. The fund can even help
foundation for 14 When people without adequate med- cover the cost of driving long distances
years has only been ical insurance are diagnosed with can- to medical appointments. Hilburn said
possible because of cer, the stress can be two-fold: concern this growth was made possible because
the strength of the for their recovery and how to pay for of donations from the community.
community. it. The reality is, some reach the point She takes particular pride in noting
of not being able to cover the costs that the fund’s board is entirely made
Journal photo by Dana Kampa and consequently stop getting help for up of volunteers. Every dollar donated
treatable forms of the disease. One Ma- goes directly to helping Mason County
son County woman has been leading women, which she said is one of the ad-
the charge for more than a decade to vantages of having a local organization.
Shelton Health & Rehab would like to acknowledge provide financial assistance and keep
women on the road to recovery.
As for the people the fund has
helped, Hilburn said she is grateful to
their female staff, and thank them for their dedication! Karen Hilburn started the Karen
Hilburn Cancer Fund in 2004, two
the women willing to share their sto-
ries at community events. Some are ca-
years after she and her husband, Ma- pable of drawing a tear from the most
son General Hospital & Family of Clin- stalwart of listeners as they describe
ics board president Scott Hilburn, sold raising children as single mothers; one
their car dealership. patient helped through the fund could
“We talked about this community and get a whole room laughing by passing
Our ... To how good the community has been to around her head scarf to collect dona-
Commitment ... Caring us, because we had a nice business and
met a lot of wonderful people,” Hilburn
tions.
Hilburn said the patient “had that
said. “When we retired, we set aside an kind of personality, where nothing was
amount of money and decided how we going to get her down.”
could give back to the community.” The fund is currently assisting a
Long-time Mason County residents 40-year-old woman who was dealing
may be familiar with the story of how with an extremely aggressive form of
Shelton Health and shortly after selling the business, Hil-
burn was diagnosed with, and beat,
breast cancer who is working full-time
Rehabilitation Center breast cancer, then used a small pot of
while going through chemotherapy so
she can retain her health insurance
seed money to launch the fund. But at and be able to afford her treatments.
100% Employee Owned the time, the Hilburns didn’t know ex- Hilburn said the fund’s mission is
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actly how they were going to go about to support not only people without
153 Johns Court, Shelton (360) 427-2575 / fax (360) 427-2563 fulfilling this need to give back until a insurance, but also those who are un-
fateful piece of mail arrived. derinsured. This is key for people like
http://www.sheltonhealthandrehab.com “The bills came in for my treat- her with “catastrophic” insurance, who
ment, and it was staggering,” she said. have to pay thousands in copays or de-
“I said, ‘Could we just help somebody ductibles. It’s all about stepping up and
that couldn’t afford to have treatment?’ filling in the gaps.
Shelton Cinemas Manager, And he said, ‘Well how do you plan on “Wherever you feel that people need
Brittney Kick, would like to doing that?’ You just talk to everyone
you know.”
the help to get them healthy, we try to
do all that we can,” she said.
welcome everyone to have Hilburn didn’t have much to go on As head of the organization since
considering she didn’t know anyone its inception, Hilburn has enjoyed see-
FUN AT THE MOVIES! who had experience with such a proj- ing it evolve, particularly the annual
ect. She spoke with her own Thurston fundraiser gala. Some may remember

SHELTON CINEMAS
County-based oncologist about her idea when it was called the Mardi Gras-
and quickly learned there was a local themed Masked Affair and hosted in
need for that type of financial help. downtown Shelton at Steven’s Fine
She was shocked to learn from the Dining. She fondly recalled when the
517 Franklin St. • Shelton oncologist that seven women stop treat- owner, Angela Hickson, offered to
ment in one year because they couldn’t close one Thursday evening and sup-
(Across from Safeway) afford it. His response to what happens ply a location, food and wine for the
24 Hour Movie Info to them was simple but impactful — event, all to raise money for the fund.
(360) 426-1000 eventually, they die. Even the chef donated his time to
“How does that happen in the Unit- make it all happen.
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“We had the best parties there. … Peo-
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Espresso Drinks ly with the Mason General Hospital evening of Diamonds and Denim.
Foundation to establish the Karen Hil- “What surprises me the most, and
burn Cancer Fund. still I’m in awe over, is the support,”
Gillis would like to acknowledge the Gillis women! Thank you for your hard work and dedication! “Fourteen years later, we’ve helped she said. “It’s a very generous commu-
over one hundred — no, two hundred nity, and the support we have is amaz-
women — with almost a million dol- ing. It’s been a nice, long ride.”
lars,” she said, and paused. “Can you Last month, Hilburn received the
believe that?” Thurston County Community Impact
It hasn’t always been easy decoding Award, recognizing her “heroic acts,
the language of insurance companies, steadfast dedication, extraordinary
coordinating fundraising events, man- service and professionalism.” She shied
aging the fund and dealing with the away from any personal spotlight, in-
emotional weight. But she says it’s the stead pointing to what the fund has ac-
stories she hears every day that make complished throughout the years with
the work worth it. the support of friends, family and the
Hearing these stories can be heart- community as a whole.
wrenching, Hilburn said, especially To all those who have donated to the
Back row: Cary Clark (Title Clerk), Jan Wilks (Internet Manager), Teri Gillis (Cashier/Receptionist), considering the extreme physical and Karen Hilburn Cancer Fund, Hilburn
Sandy Heilman (Office Manager), Cayleyana Bowling (Lot Attendant) mental toll on patients. would say, “just how grateful I am for
Front Row: Lori Labrec (Warranty Administrator), Wendy Duman (Accounts Payable/Receivable), “Cancer is just very emotional — this community, because the support
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Teaya Gant (Parts Counter), McKenzie Jorgensen (Cashier/Receptionist - not available for photo)
and then when you feel like you can’t they give the fund is overwhelming.”
pay for it …” she trailed off. To apply for funding, call the Mason
Throughout the years, the fund has General Hospital & Family of Clinics
ILLIS AUTO CENTER
provided financial assistance with all patient navigator at 360-432-7706, call
sorts of bills related to breast cancer. the fund directly at 360-462-3863, visit
It recently expanded to also cover ex- www.masongeneral.com/foundation/
(360) 426-5585 •1-800-365-4096 penses for cervical, ovarian, uterine khcf or stop by the hospital at 901
West 180 Hulbert Rd • Shelton • 24 / 7 at gillisautocenter.com and endometrial cancers, as well as Mountain View Drive, Shelton.
Thursday, July 26, 2018 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page A-15

MASON COUNTY WOMEN


Patricia Vernie worked for K-Mart for 20 years
and moved around the West before settling
in Shelton. Last November, she was named
director of the Mason County Senior Activities
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We
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California and then and divorced. She met going to work.” Listen
Colorado. When she her second Vernie
moved with her daugh- h u s b a n d said getting Serve
ter, Patricia Vernie, to while both the group Educate
Shelton, May joined the worked for
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Mason County Senior K-Mart. The vilion orga-
Activities Association
board of directors; she
chain relocat-
ed the family challenge nized has
been a chal-
encouraged her daugh-
ter to follow suit in
from central
California to
is to make lenge. She
said she re-
helping local seniors.
Vernie managed the
southern Cal-
ifornia, and
ourselves lies on the
efforts of
organization’s Nifty
Thrifty Store, its chief
then on to
Santa Fe and
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of

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six years. Last Novem-
Albuquerque,
New Mexico,
to younger “Our big-
gest chal-
ber, she was named the
group’s director.
and
Glenwood
then retirees.” lenge is to
make our-
Vernie oversees Springs, Col- selves at-
the operations of the orado. Patricia Vernie, tractive to
Nifty Thrifty, the Ma- “They like director of the younger re-
son County Senior Ac- to move you Mason County tirees,” she
tivities Center, and every two Senior Activities said.
the building the group years, like Association The cen-
owns, The Pavilion at the military,” ter wants to
190 W. Sentry Drive in she said. offer more
Shelton. In Glen- exercise
The most rewarding wood, Vernie worked classes, and is looking
part is “knowing that I for the city’s human for a Zumba teacher,
made someone’s day go resources department. Vernie said.
easier, gave them a nice When K-Mart wanted The Pavilion draws
place to relax and so- them to move again, her crowds over 100 for its
cialize,” she said. husband quit and the monthly karaoke/bingo
The youngest of six family set its sights on events; beach attire is
children, Vernie grew the Northwest. the costume theme at
We are proud to offer our members personal, friendly service, great rates and
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about halfway between said. “Shelton was al- p.m. and the games and Our business philosophy is best described by our mission statement of “We
San Francisco and Los ready on my husband’s singing begin at 7 p.m. listen, we serve, we educate, we care...Always.” We are conscious of our
Angeles and the home radar.” New events include the roots, mindful of our responsibilities and energized by our potential to aid our
of the Hearst castle. Her husband got open vvvvw nights from members in an increasingly complex financial world. We are involved in our
“It’s where everyone hired as a district man- 6 to 9 p.m. the second communities and, like you, appreciative of the dramatic beauty and riches of
worked,” she recalled. ager for the state Liquor Tuesday of each month, the Olympic Peninsula.
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MASON COUNTY WOMEN


Shelton grad promotes parks, rec programs
By ALEXANDRA SMITH of Shelton Parks and “I worked for the City
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hired a new recreation my way up the totem
As of May 1, the City coordinator, Jordanne pole to be their program
Krumpols. She is a grad- coordinator last year at
uate of Shelton High the end of the summer,”
School and previously Krumpols said. “I did all
worked with the City of of their summer camps
Olympia as a program and volunteer programs.
coordinator. I have been doing recre-
While she attended ation stuff my whole life
Shelton High School, she and I really enjoyed it,
was a two-sport athlete, so that is the path I pur-
playing basketball and sued.”
HAIR fastpitch. She continued Now back in Shelton,
her education at South she said she has enjoyed
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Best Coffee in Belfair for two years! She said she didn’t
participate in the parks
and rec programs grow-
ing up in Shelton, but
was involved in other
athletics in the area.
M-F 5:30am - 7:30 pm “It’s nice being back to
Sat 6:00am - 7:30pm where I from,” Krumpols
Sun 6:00am - 7:00 pm said. “It makes connec-
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ing to Shelton will of- Jordanne Krumpols and her four-legged friend Jessi enjoy a day outside.
She said her passion for being active made her position as recreation coor-
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fer programs similar to


the ones the parks and dinator for the City of Shelton a perfect fit for her.
Diane Fabian-Smith, LAC rec department has,
but Krumpols said she
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about the YMCA com- Jordanne Krumpols, City of Shelton’s recreation coordinator
ing in in a few years, be-
cause I don’t know what
programs they will offer.
I dealt with that when I being active,” Krumpols youth programs are cru- She said that obe-
worked for Olympia, so said. “With this job, I cial to getting kids active sity is also a concern for
I know that will be a big have the opportunity to and involved in the com- youth in the area and
challenge in the next few be active. I am at a cu- munity. finding programs that
years.” bicle sometimes, but I “I think that kids need they are interested in
She said having a am also setting up pro- these programs in their will help encourage them
sports background plays grams and looking at lives,” Krumpols said. to be more active.
socleanandgreen into her passion about new equipment. So I am “Technology is becoming “For the short time I
@outlook.com her job. not at a desk 24/7.” a problem and hindering have been here, it’s been
“I always believed in She said that the the social skills of youth. great,” Krumpols said.
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You can’t even have a “The community is awe-


conversation with some some and it’s awesome to
kids unless it’s over text get to see people I grew
messaging. I learned a up with. Now I am work-
lot through my program ing with some of those
on how to get kids back people and it’s a great
to playing and being ac- environment. I really get
tive.” to go back to my roots.”
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Schools: District has fewer jobs to fill compared to last year


continued from page A-1 human resources, gave a staffing report. She said she
believes the district had about 60 positions to fill at
to the other portables, he said. this point in 2017.
A crew will start construction next week on the “We’re in much better shape at this time this year
Early Learning Center next to Mountain View Ele- than last year,” she said.
mentary, Herron said. The building won’t be occupied The district has hired 32 certified staff members
until the mid-winter break. who are new to the district, and still has nine more
At Shelton High School, “things are progressing positions to fill, Arnold said.
well there,” Herron said. The district posted 65 classified positions, and ex-
Construction continues on the Mini-Dome, which isting staff is filling most of them, Arnold said. Ten
is slated to be available for use on Sept. 15. classified staff positions are open, she said.
The first football game is scheduled for Aug. 31,
and players won’t be affected by construction because
the locker rooms will be available, Herron said.
The new academic building is scheduled to be Lake Limerick CC
completed in July 2019. The auxiliary gym is set for
completion in June 2019.
The structure of the new Mountain View Elemen-
tary School is set to be completed in December, with
the interior and finishes completed by June 2019.
The landscaping and parking should be done by Au-
gust 2019
During her status report on the June budget Tues-
day, finance director Brenda Trogstad mentioned the Great 9-hole Course
money in the bank from the bond.
“We have $50 million in the capital budget, but I
have some big invoices, so we’re going to see that go Golf Memberships
down,” she said.
Linda Arnold, the district’s executive director of Available with
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ABOVE: Everclear frontman Art Alexakis rocks


the audience Saturday during the Hwy 101
Wine Mixer at Sanderson Field. The band,
which scored several alt-rock hits in the 1990s,
headlined the show.

AT LEFT: The stage lights and the band


Zepparella illuminate the night sky at Sanderson
Field.

BELOW LEFT: The Salt Lake City band Ginger


& The Gents performed bluesy tunes at the
concert. The quartet includes drummer Steven
Butler, singer Chandra Marie and guitarist Kyle
Long.

BELOW: Sierra Semanko lays out T-shirts


prior to the start of the concert Saturday at
Sanderson Field.

Mixing it up
Journal photo by Gordon Weeks

Journal photo by Gordon Weeks Journal photo by Alexandra Smith


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TOP LEFT: Zepparella drummer Clementine, the group’s founder,


launches into the drum solo “Moby Dick.”

TOP RIGHT: Three-year-old Isley Giana plays hopscotch during the


concert.

ABOVE LEFT: At left, Matlock resident Eric Samples, 3, accompanies


the music on guitar while 4-year-old Lucas DeBoard of Bremerton
joins him in dance at the concert.

ABOVE RIGHT: A group performed a show with fire before Everclear


took the stage.

LEFT: Eric Smith, who organized the concert with his partner C.B.
Larsen as E&C Music Factory, addresses the crowd.

RIGHT: Mount Rainier was on display at the concert. Many attendees


stayed the night in their RVs and tents at Sanderson Field.
Journal photos by Gordon Weeks

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Forum: County commissioner candidates talk about staff


continued from page A-12 property, and ensuring their GOP Party) then took the stage minority leader J.T. Wilcox. State rep. candidate speaks
constitutional rights are al- as the candidates for Mason “One of my passions, and one to accountability
said he got to know Mason ways respected,” he said. “My County Commissioner District of the reasons I’m running for David Daggett (prefers Dem-
County better through his ca- sole motivation in running for No. 3; candidate Kevin Schmel- commissioner, is I love what I ocratic Party), running against
reer as a real estate agent. sheriff is you, the citizens of the zlen (prefers Democratic Party) do,” Trask said. “I think every- Drew MacEwen (prefers Repub-
“To you, the citizens of Ma- county. You deserve the servic- was absent. thing I’ve learned through my lican Party) for state represen-
son County, I’ve heard your es you paid for and expect from Chaussee said “budget is experiences as a business own- tative Pos. 2, wrapped up the
concerns and believe that I can community law enforcement.” my strong suit,” and she would er…will make me a really good evening with a pledge to focus
represent you honorably as your A priority for Holland would work with the budget to retain commissioner.” on accountability if elected to
next sheriff,” he said. be a top-to-bottom audit of the county staff positions where Cady, a former county com- office.
Holland said he is commit- department’s finances. possible. missioner, said her previous ex- He described himself as so-
ted to making the county the “If we’re losing staff, we’re perience holding the position is cially progressive and fiscally
“safest, most desirable place to Commissioner candidates not succeeding in having trained an asset to the community. She conservative.
live.” discuss staff staff — we can’t be a revolving left the commission when her Daggett said his priority is to
“I believe the duty of the Kathy Chaussee (prefers door,” she said. husband became deathly ill. “bring some new ideas into the
sheriff is to shield our citizens Independent Party), Sharon Trask works in the state “I’ve done it before, and I can 35th Legislature.”
from deception, oppression and Trask (prefers Republican Par- House of Representatives as the do it again,” Cady said about MacEwen did not attend the
violence while protecting their ty) and Mary Jo Cady (prefers legislative assistant to house the position. forum.

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Candidates: Applicants have connections to multiple states


continued from page A-1 ministrator and zoning admin- ing this week,” he said. Law in San Diego. since, as the manager for the
istrator since February 2015 Clark has two daughters, Lawrence also worked as Commute Options Office from
year. for the City of Broken Bow, 6-year-old Stella and 4-year- the city administrator for the 1996 to 2008, the assistant
The city hired the recruit- Nebraska. old Gwyn. City of Guadalupe, California, director of the public trans-
ing firm of Slavin Manage- The Minneapolis area na- “It looks like a phenomenal from 1996-98, and city man- portation division from 2008
ment Consultants of Georgia tive earned a Bachelor of Sci- place to raise kids,” he said. ager for the City of Ontario, to 2010, and then his current
to lead the search. ence degree in public adminis- Oregon, 2008-12. position.
The members of the Shelton tration from Wayne State Col- HENRY LAWRENCE
City Council are scheduled to lege in Wayne, Nebraska, in Lawrence has been the city BRIAN LAGERBERG WILLIAM VANCE
interview the finalists July 30 2009. He worked as the grant administrator for the City of Lagerberg has been the di- Vance served as city man-
and 31. On July 31, the final- coordinator and economic de- Eagle Point, Oregon, since rector of the public transporta- ager of the City of Pickering-
ists will rotate among three velopment assistant for the March 2012. In a telephone in- tion division for WSDOT since ton, Ohio from July 2010 un-
interview panels consisting of City of South Sioux City, Ne- terview with the Journal, Law- 2010. Before that, he worked til May 31. In an interview
council members, department braska, in 2009-10; conven- rence said he got to know the for four years as the assistant on June 4 in the newspaper
heads and local industry offi- tion and visitors bureau di- Shelton area and the Olympic director of public transporta- ThisWeek, Vance said he
cials. rector of the South Sioux City Mountains well while he was tion for the agency. didn’t resign from his post,
The city states the council is Chamber of Commerce 2010- the Edgewood city manager Lagerberg earned four de- but chose to exit after he was
expected to select a preferred 11; and city administrator/ in Pierce County from 1998 to grees at the University of unable to reach an agreeable
candidate by the end of the clerk/treasurer for the City of 2008. His two sons live in the Washington: a Bachelor of contract extension with city
day July 31, but the announce- Dakota City, Nebraska, from Puyallup area. Arts degree in political science, leaders. He was quoted as say-
ment might not come until the 2011-15. As for the appeal of the a Bachelor of Science degree in ing, “We negotiate extensions
following week. Three of the In a telephone interview Shelton city manager job, “I Swedish language and litera- every couple years in Picker-
finalists are employed, and the with Shelton-Mason County love the area,” he said. “I love ture, a master of international ington. I put forth a figure,
new manager is expected to Journal on Tuesday, Clark said the challenge.” studies degree, and a masters but the mayor was unable to
be on board in late August or he applied for the job because Lawrence earned a Bach- of public administration. come forth with an agreement
early September, just in time he is “intrigued” by Shelton’s elor of Science degree in ar- Lagerberg worked as an en- from the city council on that
to begin developing the 2019 new council-manager form of chitecture from California ergy specialist for the Wash- figure.”
budget. government and by the beauty Polytechnic State University ington State Energy Office’s Vance earned a Bachelor of
of the region. He’s never been in San Luis Obispo, California, policy and program research Arts degree in political science
BRENT CLARK to Shelton. and a juris doctorate at the program from 1989 to 1996. at Appalachian State Univer-
Clark has been the city ad- “I’m looking forward to com- California Western School of He’s worked for WSDOT ever sity in Boone, North Carolina.

BIRTHS
Case Aaron Royter Olympia to Alexandra Ar- FreyJa Ellika Alexis Mohr Olympia to Brianna Marie n To submit a birth
Case Aaron Royter, a boy, lene Royter and Caleb Aaron FreyJa Ellika Alexis Mohr, Nikolaisch and Timothy Mi- announcement to the Journal,
was born July 13, 2018, at Royter, of Shelton. He weighed a girl, was born July 13, 2018, chael Mohr, of Shelton. She email news@masoncounty.
Capital Medical Center in 7 pounds, 9 ounces. at Capital Medical Center in weighed 8 pounds. com.

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Belfair

Thursday, July 26, 2018 Serving the communities of Belfair, Allyn, Grapeview, Tahuya, Mason Lake, South Shore and Victor

Herald photo by Dana Kampa


Theresa Melendez, a lead singer of Sweet T & Justice, performs a medley of Americana and blues songs Sunday afternoon at Allyn Days. She said the
five-piece band enjoyed being part of the annual three-day festival for the first time, especially with the crowd’s energy. See more photos on page A-24.

Allyn Days showcases best of community spirit


BY DANA KAMPA lyn Days special among a summer of unique dishes. p.m. heat, jokingly attributed his suc-
dana@masoncounty.com themed festivals is, indeed, the people. Visitors had an appetite for the star cess to his “years and years” of shuck-
This community spirit comes from a of Geoduck Day on Sunday. Geoduck ing experience and psyching out the
When asked what their favorite part solo elderly couple dancing across the chowder, geoduck civiche and every competition.
of Allyn Days is, many festival-goers gazebo floor to the tunes of local fa- other dish featuring the clam quickly Shortly after the round, organizers
responded “the people.” But what does vorite Swing Fever of Western Wash- sold out — surely helped out by the hot announced the winners of the Clam Ya
that mean? ington just for the fun of it; from an sun uncharacteristic of the notoriously Run the Lake fun run that took place
Along the small stretch of Puget unfazed 11-year-old joining a round rainy region. People took shelter in earlier that morning near Anderson
Sound shoreline in the Mason County of oyster shucking though he was the the shade of the park’s trees, vendors’ Lake. For more photos of the race, see
town, a three-day celebration of seafood youngest by far, simply because he umbrellas and the beer garden’s tent. page B-3.
and sunshine delighted visitors with loves oysters; from experts eager to However, they did venture out to take Jonathan Stanley, 72, took the title
varied music, oyster shucking compe- share their knowledge of the enigmatic part in several rounds of oyster shuck-
titions, a fun run and even a 25-year- geoduck; and from strangers chatting ing near the main stage. see ALLYN, page A-25
old wild geoduck. But what makes Al- across picnic tables as they sampled Blake Parrish, who won the 1:30

North Mason School District approves $750,000 budget extension


Stadium gets scoreboard proved the purchase of a new
$90,000 digital scoreboard for
were part of the reason the
district pursued an extension
said the extension would not
eat into the district’s general
predicts a student population
of 2,229 students next year, 36
Phil Pugh Stadium, one of the of $750,000 to the $27.7 mil- fund. more than this year. Schools
in time for home game final expenses associated with lion general fund budget. The Supry also presented the in Washington receive funding
the stadium remodel. other main expenses were un- board with the 2018-19 budget based on the full-time equiva-
BY DANA KAMPA The 2017-18 school year foreseen building maintenance proposal, the first after a full lent (FTE) student population.
dana@masoncounty.com was marked by several capi- costs and increased salary and budget cycle since the state Supry said next year’s bud-
tal project undertakings. The benefits negotiated with some Legislature implemented ex- get is fairly conservative.
With the end of the fiscal projects, including remodel- classified staff members. tensive changes to how school
year in sight, the North Mason ing the Mary E. Theler Com- Executive director of finance districts receive state dollars. see EXTENSION, page A-25
School Board on Thursday ap- munity Center as a preschool, and operations Ashely Supry The district finance office
Thursday, July 26, 2018 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page A-23

Grapeview Water & Art Festival to celebrate 25 years


BY DANA KAMPA The Kids Fishing Derby promises
dana@masoncounty.com plenty of fishy fun. Registration opens
at 11:30 a.m. and closes at noon, when
Marking a quarter century of enter- the hour-long fishing contest will begin.
taining visitors, the annual Grapeview Organizers will then present prizes for
Water & Art Festival takes place Sat- the winners. Don’t forget, life jackets
urday along Case Inlet. are mandatory for all participants.
The works of 50 Northwest artists Visitors of all ages can enter the
in a multitude of mediums will be on hole-in-one golf contest. Aim for the
display, including painting, pottery, target golf green floating in the harbor.
sculptures, jewelry, glass, wood, fabrics Local band Saddletramp will pro-
and photography. vide live entertainment near the food
The festivities run from 10 a.m. to 4 vendors. Last year’s popular addition
p.m. at Fair Harbor Marina, located at of toasted cheese sandwiches will be
5050 E. Grapeview Loop Road. on the menu, as will hamburgers, hot
Artist Carol Boudreau’s watercolor dogs, corn, steamed clams, shrimp
painting of the mountains, trees, boats cocktail and assorted homemade fruit
and waterways visible from Fair Har- cobblers, baked by Grapeview Commu-
bor will be featured as this year’s post- nity Association members.
er contest winner. “The enthusiasm and support of
Free children’s activities are avail- members makes this one of the best
able throughout the day, including summer festivals,” said GCA’s Jody
miniature boat crafting, led by Habitat Grumme.
Herald file photo by Dana Kampa for Humanity Mason County outreach Funds raised at the festival benefit
The 25th annual Grapeview Water & Art Festival comes this Saturday to Fair coordinator Deanna Forest. Volunteers the community through local scholar-
Harbor, where spectators will be able to take a swing at hole-in-one golf, prepared materials for 250 boats in ships and charitable programs.
view works by local artists and dig in to homemade fruit cobbler. preparation for the highly anticipated See www.grapeviewwa.com to learn
community event. more.

MARY’S MEMOIRS

Mary experiences a roof-fire scare amid summer heat


Thursday, July 25, 1940 Sunday, July 28, 1940 so now we are on our own line and on Friday. In the evening Mae came
A day that I spent in cleaning and A very windy day and we slept late Nichols is on his own. We shall see down and we set some of the pattern
accomplished a lot. In the evening the for last night we went to Perl Maurer how the water holds out with all the but the baby was tired and so had to
Cady’s came down and the men went where we had a fun time. The Cady’s watering that we do. I’m glad that take them home early.
to the gun club and we spent the time called up and asked where there was we are done for until the pipe was
making clove apples out of oranges a dance and we told them Perl’s. Then changed over we cannot cover up all Wednesday, July 31, 1940
and then had lunch when they wanted us to go so we the new pipe and did not want it to A fine day and in the morning went
they returned. Had a good asked Doug and Aggie and remain that way in the wintertime. to town and took Mae and Helen with
time. To bed at midnight. after the dance had some There is just the cover to be put on me. I got my shoes fixed and then
noodles. Home late. Today the big tank and then all is complete. bought some colored pottery dishes
Friday, July 26, 1940 Sam had to go up and fix the Lionel and Mae and the children for we did not have enough for the
Another fine day and we machines at the tavern and came down and we put on the warp party. Home to the store and found
had some rain, which we then did not return until and finally Sam gave us a hand and the mail not in so took Mae and the
needed so badly and all the about five so I went to Hu- we finished about ten and then had children and went to the beach. We
farmers enjoyed it. Finished sons’ and we took all of the some pudding. I’m surely glad that set the remainder of the pattern and
all the waxing of the floors warp off the warp barrel and it is done and am looking forward to found that the reed that Mrs. Peterson
and then in the evening went By SEYTA then to the beach and tried weaving on it. It was not such a hard brought was not the right size so had
to Huson’s and warped up SELTER to put it on the loom but it job for the men but it is too hard for to use the old one. In the evening built
some more rugs. Finished needs a man for the job so Mae and I as we can’t roll the warp a fire of the old greens that were in the
most of the thread and must will wait until Lionel can beam with all the thread on it. fireplace and the roof caught on fire
send for some more. Home early and help us. I made some lunch and we in some of the fir needles so Charlie
to bed. had a lot of fun and then Sam came Monday, July 29, 1940 and I got out the hose and put it out
home and went again, only stayed A windy day and we washed and all in a couple of minutes. It might have
Saturday, July 27, 1940 long enough to eat and then I took the clothes got dry and all in the house been serious though and from now on
A sunny day and we sent off the May home and hope they will come ready for the ironing tomorrow. Sam I shall not burn anything there in the
letter to the committee for the care of down this evening and help with the went to Seattle and I to the Girl Scout summertime. It is too dangerous. Saw
European children and said we would warp providing that Lionel is not too meeting and Mrs. Hackett talked to Mamie Davis at the hardware store
take two if they see fit. Had a letter tired. Picked three very lovely red them about first aid and they seem to where I bought the dishes and she is
from my mother and answered it to- roses out of the garden today and they be quite interested in it.  Home late fine.
day. Worked in the store most of the smell so sweet. Have my weaving and did all the writing so my books are
day and then went home and made scrapbook all up-to-date with all the all in shape. n Seyta Selter is a lifelong lover of
some pudding out of the plums that data on the weaving. We put 32 yards Hood Canal, currently residing in
I got at Dad’s yesterday. It should be on the loom at this time and will see Tuesday, July 30, 1940 Olympia. She practices ancestral heal-
real good. Now I’m going to clean the how many rugs it makes. It took just A cool day and in the morning I ing, sometimes teaches at The Ever-
shelves in the bathroom and then all a little less than twenty-one balls of went to the store early so I could get green State College, and is a passion-
the cleaning will be done. Saw Mrs. warp and cost all told $4.20. Saturday all the ironing done and in the after- ate amateur genealogist, archivist and
Linstead and I’ll get her early. James Denfield was down and helped noon did all the napkins and table- family historian. She can be emailed at
Charlie change our water pipe over cloths. They look nice for the party marythelersmemoirs@gmail.com.

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Those lazy, hazy, crazy Allyn Days of summer

TOP: From left, Christine Mallon, Brice Parrish, Jill Fudge, Molly Parrish and Brett Larson participate in the 1:30 p.m. heat of Sunday’s oyster shucking
competition at Allyn Days. Blake Parrish won the round and joked his “years and years” of experience and mental prowess were key to his success.
CENTER LEFT: Ira Ison checks out a live geoduck at the Pacific Coast Shellfish GrowersAssociation information booth.
CENTER RIGHT: Day Day’s Fried Chicken owner Daynondra cooks a fresh batch of chicken for a line of customers taking a break from the sunshine.
BOTTOM LEFT: Singing with Swing Fever of Western Washington, Keith Chamberlain performs a late-afternoon duet in the gazebo with Stacey Kronquist.
BOTTOM RIGHT: One-and-a-half-year-old Ailani Xoumanivong holds a bag of kettle corn almost as large as her on Sunday in Allyn.
Herald photos by Dana Kampa
Thursday, July 26, 2018 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page A-25

Grapeview School Board welcomes new superintendent


BY DANA KAMPA
dana@masoncounty.com

The Grapeview School Board start-


ed off its meeting Tuesday in the school
library by officially welcoming new
superintendent Ellen Perconti, who
recently accepted a part-time position
with the district and will be splitting
her time between Grapeview and Mary
M. Knight school districts.
The board members jumped into dis-
cussing the district’s 2018-19 budget.
District business manager Tracy
Arkin presented a projected beginning
balance of $381,000 and an ending bal-
ance of $345,000. This accounts for
a close $2,959,699 total revenue and
$2,995,256 in expenditures.
Similarly to North Mason School
District, Grapeview set a conservative
student enrollment at 211 full-time
equivalent (FTE) students. State fund-
ing for Washington schools is based on
student enrollment. For smaller school
districts, Arkin said maintaining pro-
portional student-teacher ratios is im-
portant so they don’t exceed maximum
class sizes.
“Staffing becomes challenging,” Ark-
ing said.
Herald photo by Dana Kampa
The projected state apportionment
The Grapeview School Board swore in new superintendent Ellen Perconti on Tuesday in the school library before
for basic education was $1.6 million, a
approving the 2018-18 budget.
33 percent increase over last year’s pro-
jection. Arkin said the increase is due the board was how much money to set School districts are now required to matter further in a future meeting.
both to the increased enrollment and aside in reserve. Currently, the district submit projected budgets to the state Perconti brought forward the idea
increased state basic education dollars. chooses to keep at a minimum enough spanning the next four years. Some to shift from a paper agenda system to
At the same time, the state is reducing money set aside to cover normal ex- districts, such as Mary M. Knight, saw electronic. She said the switch would
how much school districts can collect penses for a month in case of emergen- their budgets dipping into the red in be a fiscally neutral move, but would
from local taxes. cy. Board members debated making a the third year due to the state funding be more transparent to members of the
Arkin said the projected budget in- more solid commitment to maintaining changes. public. Discussion was tabled.
cludes an additional $15,000 for substi- this minimum by making it an official Arkin said though Grapeview’s pro- Members set a tentative date for
tute teacher salaries, following a trend board policy. They also debated wheth- jections don’t land in the red, they show their board retreat of Oct. 13 at the
of more long-term substitutes. er to keep one or two month’s expendi- a notable decrease, and keeping two Port of Allyn building. The event gives
The board voted in favor of adopting tures in reserve. months of revenue in reserve at all times the board members an opportunity to
the annual budget. A cause for hesitation was uncer- could place a financial strain on the dis- discuss issues in depth, and is open to
One following topic of discussion for tainty surrounding state funding. trict. The board decided to discuss the the public.

Extension: Projected budget affected by reduced local taxes


much districts can collect from local NEW STUDENT HEALTH CLINIC talking with the state Dept. of Fish and
continued from page A-22 taxes; the rollback bumps the local tax STALLS OVER ASBESTOS ISSUE Wildlife about possibly handing man-
revenue from the approximate $4.6 District superintendent Dana agement responsibilities for the Mary
Both certified and classified staffing
million collected annually the past two Rosenbach said plans for the on-cam- E. Theler Wetlands. The school district
steadily increased throughout the past
years down to $3.9 million. However, pus student health center, to be run in currently owns both the wetlands and
four years, and the district budgeted
the projected 2018-19 budget includes partnership with Peninsula Commu- the Mary E. Theler Community Cen-
for 168 certified staff positions and 175
almost $19 million from the state gen- nity Health, are temporarily on hold ter. Considering how the department’s
classified, a total increase of 28 from
eral apportionment, even with the con- as the district determines how to deal mission of conservation aligns with the
last year.
servative enrollment estimate. This is with recently discovered asbestos is- wetlands’ management needs, it could
Supry presented a 2018-19 general
an increase of about $3.5 million. sues. The center, to be located in the be a good fit. Regardless, Rosenbach
fund beginning balance of $2.5 million
The overall effect on revenue is an in- campus community gym’s old music stipulated that the district plans to
and an ending balance of $2.15 million.
crease from $28 million to $32 million. room, would provide sports physicals retain access to the community center
This accounts for just over $32 million
Seventy four percent of the district’s for students, among other services. given the educational element and al-
in revenues, just under $32 million in
2018-19 expenditures is for instruc- ready-invested capital.
expenditures, and about $439,000 in
tion, about $23.5 million. MARY E. THELER WETLANDS Rosenbach called the potential par-
transfers from the general fund to the
The projected capital projects ending COULD CHANGE HANDS tial transfer of ownership “the best of
district’s debt service fund.
fund balance was just shy of $3 million. Rosenbach said the district has been both worlds.”
The new state model rolls back how

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of the oldest runner to cross the finish people are very friendly.” our crowd, so we love doing these types crowd,” she said. “It helps us perform
line. Stanley said the 2-mile route was Though getting everything prepared of festivals.” better, and that people would come out
one he was very familiar with as a resi- for such a large-scale event is tricky, The singer said the band’s origins here in the heat to listen to us makes
dent living near Anderson Lake, so nat- Daynondra said it was fun and reward- were fairly simple, starting out as the us feel good. We love it.”
urally he wanted to join in on the fun. ing for a business owner. live entertainment at the Kingston With the final day of the festival
With the sound of frying food siz- Also a first-timer, Sweet T & Justice Arts & Crafts Festival. They ended up coming to a close, the people of Allyn
zling in the background, Day Day’s lead singer Theresa Melendez said the blowing the crowd’s socks off, and from Days gathered their final memories
Fried Chicken catering service owner band was thrilled to be invited to share there continued to bring its bold Amer- until it all comes together again next
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Thursday, July 26, 2018 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page B-1

SPORTS
Clam ya run the lake? HOT CORNER

Home-field
advantage
A
nyone who has lived in
and around the same
smallish town for a sig-
nificant amount of time, then
returns to visit, knows what I’m
feeling as I compose this week’s
Hot Corner.
As mentioned certainly more
than once in this space, I lived
for a little
less than 20
years in Mis-
soula, Mon-
tana and its
general vicin-
ity. Well, I’m
writing from
the kitchen
of one of my By MICHAEL
oldest, dear- HEINBACH
est and most
loyal friends
while on vacation here in Mis-
soula, and everything seems
just exactly as it should be.
I left Missoula a little more
than five years ago, but to me
the air here smells like it’s
supposed to as it’s the air I
breathed between the ages of
20 and 39. Many of the people I
Journal photo by Alexandra Smith see on the streets downtown, I
Megan Orler, left, Allison Orler, center, and Vanessa Crowley jog Sunday on the 2-mile loop around Anderson Lake in
Allyn. The three were participants last weekend in the Clam Ya Run the Lake fun run event as a part of Allyn Days. For
more photos of the event, see page B-3. see CORNER, page B-4

Paddle Safe Week comes to Washington’s waterways


By ALEXANDRA SMITH and visitors need to be aware
alexandra@masoncounty.com of on Mason County water-
ways.
Mason County offers water- Paddle sports include canoes,
sports enthusiasts a bevy of kayaks, stand-up paddleboards
options that give a front-row (SUP), rowboats and rafts.
seat to the marine life and sce- It is important to remem-
nic views tourists and locals ber that, according to the
alike are attracted to year af- Washington State Parks De-
ter year. With more than 35 partment, most injuries and
lakes and Puget Sound liter- deaths result from ignoring
ally in the backyard of many the following key risk factors:
residences, what better way n Failure to wear a life
to get up close and personal jacket (PFD).
with nature than stepping off n Operator inexperience
the mainland and into a wa- and inattention.
tercraft? n Use of alcohol or drugs.
Washington State Parks’ n Hazardous weather and
Boating Program is leading a water conditions.
statewide awareness effort to Mason County Sheriff’s
promote safe paddling, while Office offers boating safety
having fun on the water. classes for those who want to
Earlier this year, Gov. Jay operate a watercraft in Wash-
Inslee issued a proclamation ington. These classes are not
declaring July 20 through 28 required for paddle craft, but
Paddle Safe Week. are strongly encouraged by the
According to the U.S Coast sheriff’s office. Journal file photo by Michael Heinbach
Guard’s 2017 statistics, 138 The Mason County Sheriff’s A stand-up paddleboard competitor stretches out prior to the long-course race last year
people died last year while Office Marine Enforcement during a St. Paddle’s Day event at Alderbrook Resort & Spa in Union.
kayaking or canoeing, and 90 department makes the follow-
percent of those fatalities were ing recommendations for those
due to drowning. who are going to paddle on tional rules. life jacket for each person on Carry the essentials
Since 2012, close to half of Mason County waterways. board. All children, age 12 for safety, emergency
all boating fatalities in Wash- ALWAYS WEAR A LIFE and younger, are required to communications and comfort.
ington state involved paddle GET EDUCATED JACKET wear life jackets at all times. State law requires boaters
craft. Know the laws, and stay State law requires all ves- Modern, comfortable life jack- to carry a sound-producing
So before stepping off the safe. At a minimum, take a sels, including canoes, kayaks ets are tailored specifically for device, such as a whistle – even
dock and into a kayak, pad- course to increase knowledge and stand-up paddleboards, paddlesports. on a stand-up paddleboard. It
dleboard or any other paddle of paddlesport safety, emer- to have at least one properly
craft, here’s what residents gency procedures and naviga- fitted Coast Guard-approved CARRY ESSENTIAL GEAR see SAFE, page B-4
Page B-2 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 26, 2018

North Mason football wraps up summer practices


By ALEXANDRA SMITH
alexandra@masoncounty.com

With less than a month left un-


til high school football tryouts begin
around the state, the North Mason
High School football team is preparing
for the upcoming season.
The Bulldogs have been hosting
weight-lifting sessions as well as an
intersquad scrimmage complete with a
barbecue.
Teams are allowed up to 20 prac-
tices during this spring football period,
which technically stretches into the
summer. July 31 is the last day teams
can gather.
Hepler said besides team camp and
spring/summer practice, he spent the
summer studying the teams in the
area to prepare for his first season at
the helm of North Mason.
“This is my chance,” Hepler said. “I
can’t wait.”
The Bulldogs kick off the season
against their 3A foe to the south, Shel-
ton High School. The rivalry between
the Mason County schools is aptly
named the Mason County Cup. The
cup will be hosted at Shelton this sea-
son.
Hepler also said the team has been
hosting seven on seven scrimmages
against other teams in the area to pre-
pare for the Olympic League competi-
tion the team will face this season.
“There is a buzz all around North
Mason,” Hepler said. “Since I got here,
I know the community has been ready
for another football season.”
The buzz will be coming from fans Journal file photo by Alexandra Smith
in the stands in 36 days when North North Mason High School football players warm up June 1 before practice at the high school practice field. Spring
Mason travels south for the Mason practice wraps up July 31 for the Bulldogs under new head coach Frank Hepler.
County Cup.

Goat with a view


Your Local Tides
For the week of July 26 through August 2, 2018

ALLYN | Case Inlet


DATE HIGH (FEET) LOW (FEET) SUN MOON
AM PM AM PM
12:21 7.3
26 Thu 4:44 12.4 7:23 14.1 5:41 8:53
11:52 -1.1
27 Fri 5:23 12.3 7:47 14.1 12:58 7.1 12:26 -1.2 5:42 8:52
28 Sat 6:02 12.2 8:10 14.2 1:29 6.9 1:01 -1.1 5:44 8:51
29 Sun 6:41 12.0 8:35 14.3 2:00 6.6 1:35 -0.9 5:45 8:50
30 Mon 7:21 11.8 9:02 14.5 2:32 6.1 2:11 -0.5 5:46 8:48
31 Tue 8:05 11.5 9:32 14.5 3:07 5.6 2:47 0.1 5:47 8:47
1 Wed 8:52 11.1 10:04 14.5 3:46 5.0 3:25 1.0 5:49 8:46
2 Thu 9:46 10.7 10:38 14.3 4:28 4.2 4:05 2.2 5:50 8:44

SHELTON | Oakland Bay


DATE HIGH (FEET) LOW (FEET) SUN MOON
AM PM AM PM
26 Thu 5:22 12.4 8:01 14.1 1:27 6.3 12:58 -0.9 5:43 8:54
27 Fri 6:01 12.3 8:25 14.1 2:04 6.1 1:32 -1.0 5:44 8:53
28 Sat 6:40 12.2 8:48 14.2 2:35 5.9 2:07 -1.0 5:45 8:51
29 Sun 7:19 12.0 9:13 14.3 3:06 5.7 2:41 -0.8 5:46 8:50
30 Mon 7:59 11.8 9:40 14.5 3:38 5.3 3:17 -0.4 5:48 8:49
31 Tue 8:43 11.5 10:10 14.5 4:13 4.8 3:53 0.1 5:49 8:47
1 Wed 9:30 11.1 10:42 14.5 4:52 4.3 4:31 0.9 5:50 8:46
2 Thu 10:24 10.7 11:16 14.3 5:34 3.6 5:11 1.9 5:51 8:45

UNION | Hood Canal


DATE HIGH (FEET) LOW (FEET) SUN MOON
AM PM AM PM
26 Thu 3:31 10.4 6:08 11.9 10:44 -1.3 11:23 7.1 5:42 8:54
Courtesy photo by Christopher Ferguson
27 Fri 4:11 10.2 6:42 12.1 11:21 -1.4 5:44 8:53
A mountain goat stands near the summit of Mount Ellinor. The summer
12:07 6.8
28 Sat 4:48 10.0 7:16 12.3
11:58 -1.2
5:45 8:52 trail is officially open for hikers on the mountain and sightings of mountain
29 Sun 5:25 9.7 7:50 12.3 12:49 6.4 12:33 -0.9 5:46 8:51 goats is common in the area. Mountain goats often play on the steep cliffs
30 Mon 6:03 9.4 8:21 12.1 1:32 6.1 1:07 -0.3 5:47 8:49 above hikers, offering an up-close experience with the animals in their
31 Tue 6:43 8.9 8:51 11.9 2:15 5.7 1:41 0.5 5:49 8:48 natural habitat.
1 Sun 5:58 9.2 9:04 12.4 2:05 7.0 1:30 -0.8 5:18 9:14
2 Mon 6:36 8.7 9:40 12.2 2:54 6.7 2:05 -0.0 5:19 9:14
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Allyn Days fun run held at Anderson Lake

Journal photos by Alexandra Smith


LEFT: Adrianna Crowley is all smiles as she crosses the finish line Sunday
at the Clam Ya Run the Lake fun run in Allyn.

ABOVE LEFT: Rose Nazical throws a victory punch into the air as she spots
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Corner: Honor the past and present at Jack Stark Field


continued from page B-1 area’s plentiful local ball home of the Missoula Ospreys, climber Stadium. It’s for those state championships, was a
fields, gyms, pitches, rinks Rookie League affiliate of the former SHS football players, no-brainer, even for those who
either know by name, recog- and arenas, Arizona Diamondbacks. When their friends, families and all can’t distinguish between a
nize their faces or have for- Having spent more time I saw a University of Wash- area football fans that the field goal and a safety. It’s an
gotten a brief moment in our at most of these venues than ington men’s basketball game Shelton School District struck honor that should’ve been be-
shared histories. I can drive the supportive parent of mul- at Hec Edmundson Pavilion, a blow for good when it ap- stowed years ago, but there’s
down most any street and re- tiple high school athletes, I I daydreamed about Dahlberg proved the long overdue nam- not much we can do about
call an ex-girlfriend who used became intimately familiar Arena on the campus of the ing of the turf at Highclimber that now.
to live in a house there, or them all. I knew which had University of Montana. Stadium as Jack Stark Field. So this fall, do your best to
some party I attended in 1996 the best press areas, where to Those western Montana Now, past and future gen- hold the field at Highclimber
on the same block. park in order to make a quick sporting event centers are my erations can recall the name Stadium with the same rever-
For the final 12 years I getaway and where to get the home fields, and I suppose I’ll of the school’s most illustrious ence you would as the man
lived in Missoula, I was a best hot dog. always feel that way, no mat- head football coach every time whose name it shares. Coach
sportswriter at the local daily Those western Montana ter if I was to ever move back they speak of their home field, Stark deserves it.
newspaper, where we exten- sports venues are now my someday. where battles they’ll recall
sively covered more than 35 measuring stick against It would shock me if those for the rest of their lives were n Reporter Michael Heinbach
high schools, meaning all of all others. My first visit to who played prep football in won and lost. might return from vacation. If
their varsity sporting events. Cheney Stadium, home of the the recent past at Shelton Naming the field after he does, he can be reached at
Because of that, I became Tacoma Rainiers, was spent High School didn’t feel even Stark, the man who coached 360-426-4412 or at michael@
intimately familiar with the comparing the facility to the more strongly about High- the Highclimbers to their two masoncounty.com.

Safe: Precautions to take on the water for paddlers


continued from page B-1 PROTECT AGAINST
COLD-WATER SHOCK
a cellphone (in a waterproof Falling into water colder
bag) and, on coastal waters, a than 60 degrees is dangerous,
VHF marine radio. Other es- and many of Mason County’s
sentials depend on the type of waters remain below 60 de-
waterway and length of trip grees all year — including
and should be researched in lakes and rivers — even dur-
advance. ing hot weather. The biggest
risk is not hypothermia but
AVOID ALCOHOL AND cold-water shock, which occurs
DRUGS in the first stage of immersion.
Situational awareness is Paddlecraft have a higher risk
key for safety on the water. of capsizing. Avoid cotton, and
That means always staying wear synthetic materials when
alert. Operating any vessel a wet or dry suit is not avail-
while under the influence of able.
alcohol or drugs, including
marijuana, is not only unsafe BE VISIBLE TO OTHER
— it’s illegal. Washington BOATERS Journal file photos by Michael Heinbach
state’s Boating Under the In- Paddlecraft sit low on the ABOVE: Competitors leave the starting line at the beginning of the approximately 6.4-mile
fluence (BUI) law applies to water, making them difficult long-course race last year during the St. Paddle’s Day event at Alderbrook Resort & Spa
all boats including kayaks, ca- for other boaters to see. Paddle in Union.
noes, stand-up paddleboards, to be seen: Wear bright neon
rowboats and inflatable fish- and contrasting colors, put BELOW: Colin Brooks of Olympia readies himself to race in the short-course event last year
ing rafts. highly reflective tape on pad- during St. Paddle’s Day at Alderbrook Resort & Spa in Union.
dles, use a flag pole and carry
CHECK AND UNDER- a bright light.
STAND THE WEATHER
Check the weather frequent- FILE A FLOAT PLAN
ly before and during the trip, Before heading out, study
keeping an eye on current con- the intended route and let
ditions and forecasts. Check someone know of the plan. In-
warnings, weather conditions, clude names of everyone going,
wind and wave forecasts, tides the planned route, what time
and current conditions or river the group is going and return-
flows. Seek information from ing and what to do if the group
locals in the know, heed any doesn’t return when expected.
warnings and avoid navigat- Each of these tips can make
ing in unsafe areas. The Na- all the difference out on the
tional Weather Service (NOAA water for boaters and pad-
Weather Radio) broadcasts are dlers.
marine band and standalone For more information on
weather radios. paddler safety in Mason Coun-
ty, call 360-401-9394.

SCOREBOARD

GOLF Lake Limerick Ladies, Low Net — Renie Dyson 72


Shelton
July 16 Throw Out Worst Hole — 9 July 20
Lake Limerick Ladies, Holes Lake Limerick Ladies,
Shelton Flight 1 — first Betty Kintz 26, Shelton
Low Net — 9 Holes
Flight 1 — first Debbie Nokes
second Nadine Dunning 28
Flight 2 — first Sharon Hadsall
T and F Holes — 9 Holes
Flight 1 — first Susan Darling
SEND US YOUR RESULTS
36, tie for second Susie Morris 28, second Judy Shaw 29 18, second Robbi Alberts 19,
and Mary Lou Wicken 37
Flight 2 — first Sharon Hadsell
Pars — Betty Kintz hole No. 4,
Nadine Dunning hole No. 3,5,7
third Kerry Torkelson 19.5
Flight 2 — first Debbie Nokes
The Journal wants game scores from youth sports
36, tie for second Betty Kintz,
Judy Shaw and Pegi Reese 41
Low Gross — Nadine Dunning
45
16, second Betty Kintz 18.5,
third Mary Lou Wicken 19
leagues, recreational leagues or other sporting events in
Low Gross — Susie Morris and
Mary Lou Wicken 54
Low Net — Betty Kintz and
Nadine Dunning 35
Pars — Nadine Dunning hole
No. 17 and 18, Robbi Alberts
Mason County. Full results, including scores, statistics or
Low Net — Debbie Nokes and
Sharon Hadsall 36
Low Putts — Gayle Wilcox 16
Throw Out Worst Hole — 18
hole No. 17, Kerry Torkelson
hole No. 13, Renie Dyson hole
other information can be sent to alexandra@masoncounty.
Low Putts — Susie Morris 14 Holes
Flight 1 — Tie for first Toni
No. 13 and 18, Betty Kintz hole
No. 18
com. Photos with the full names of pictured individuals
Low Net 18 Holes
Flight 1 — first Kerry Torkelson Stevens and Luana Ellis 59.
Tie for second Elen Gaschet De
Low Gross — Kerry Torkelson
49
are welcome. The deadline for submitted results and
75, second Cindy Gainey 77,
third Joyce Reynolds 78 Lisle and Kerry Torkelson 63
Flight 2 — first Renie Dyson 57,
Low Net — Debbie Nokes and
Betty Kintz 34
photos is 5 p.m. the Monday before publication. For more
Chip ins — Toni Stevens hole
No. 1 Tie for second Billie Elms and
Mary Lou Trautmann 60
Low Putts — Nadine Dunning
and Robbi Alberts 14
information, call 360-426-4412.
Low Gross — Kerry Torkelson
96 Chip ins — Debbie Nokes hole
Low Net — Cindy Gainey 77 No. 15 n Compiled by reporter
Low Gross — Elen Gaschet De Alexandra Smith
July 18 Lisle 93
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For questions, call 360-432-5194 or
mats are available. Dress in layers;
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For more information, visit www.
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Cliffs Shelton library Zumba class
Beer, Brat and Shot is scheduled
for 4:30 p.m. today at Salish Cliffs Golf
There will be a Zumba class from
6 to 7 p.m. Aug. 1 at the Shelton Tim-
offered on Join Mommy/
Club, 91 W. state Route 108, Shelton.
For $39, participants can demo Titleist
berland Library, 710 W. Alder St. The
class is for teens and adults and is a Wednesdays Daddy and Me
products with a PGA instructor along
with nine holes of golf with a cart, a
free event. For more information, call
360-426-1362. Zumba Gold is a dance and fitness soccer clinics
draft beer, a brat and a shot. For more exercise program that incorporates a
information, call 360-426-3673. cardiovascular workout with balance, Introduce a toddler to soccer with
South Mason flexibility and muscle toning in a low-
to-medium impact level.
Mommy/Daddy and Me clinics. This
clinic is for kids ages 2 to 3 1/2, held
Motorcycle track Youth Soccer Club Classes are from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
on Wednesdays at the Shelton Civic
from 6:15 to 6:45 p.m. on Wednesdays
at Kneeland Park, 215 Turner Ave. in

day to be held at to host camp


Center, 525 W. Cota St., and cost $5
per class.
Shelton. The second session is from
Aug. 1 through 22. The cost is $38 per
For questions, call 360-432-5194 or four-week session.
the Ridge The South Mason Youth Soccer email mziegler@ci.shelton.wa.us. For questions, call 360-432-5194 or
Club will host a youth soccer camp email mziegler@ci.shelton.wa.us.
Optimum Performance Rider from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 13 through
Training will host a motorcycle track
day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
15 at Oakland Bay Junior High
School. The mid-morning session from Summer Horse Tot/Pre-soccer
at the Ridge Motorsports Park,
1060 W. Eells Hill Road, Shelton.
10 a.m. to noon will be for athletes
ages 8 to 10. The afternoon session Camp to be held in offered at
Shelton
Cost is between $199 and $274 for a from 1 to 3 p.m. will be for campers
day of riding and a class. For more ages 11 to 14. Kneeland Park
information or to purchase a ticket, The camp is for boys and girls and
email sales@optimum-performance. will be coached by the Shelton High Summer Horse Camp will be from Children will have fun and learn
org. School girls soccer team. The cost is 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Aug. 2 the basic techniques of soccer at Tot/
$35 and includes a Shelton Highclimb- at The Red Barn (Southside Stables) Pre-soccer clinics.
er scarf. at 1410 SE Arcadia Road, Shelton. This clinic is for kids ages 3 1/2
Ken Hill to instruct To register, go to www.smysc.org. Campers will enjoy daily horse rides
and barn activities. Barn time will be
to 5 years old. It is held from 5:30 to
6:05 p.m. on Wednesdays at Kneeland
motorcyclists Wine and nine golf split between arena lessons, games,
educational ground classes, horse
Park, 215 Turner Ave., Shelton. The
second session is from Aug. 1 through
at the Ridge lessons available crafts and an end of the week trail/
beach ride. For more information or to
22. The cost is $38 per four-week ses-
sion.
Motorsports Park Ladies wine and nine golf is held at
register, call Marika Greeley at 503-
437-4555 or email marikagreeley@
Shin guards are required after the
first meeting. For questions, call 360-
4:30 p.m. on Mondays at Salish Cliffs gmail.com. 432-5194 or email mziegler@ci.shelton.
A two-day track time event will Golf Club, 91 W. state Route 108, wa.us.
be held starting at 7 a.m. Aug. 5 and Shelton. Cost is $39 per person. The
ends at 5 p.m. Aug. 6 at the Ridge event starts with a glass of wine, then Pickleball held
Motorsports Park, 1060 W. Eells Hill proceeds to the course for a lesson Soccer clinic
Road, Shelton. There will be class- from a PGA instructor. After the les-
at Transit-
room sessions with Ken Hill, vendors, son, participants head out to play nine
to be held on
demo Yamaha bikes from the Yamaha holes of golf.
Community Center
Champions Riding School, demo hel-
mets from Arai, photography and
For more information or to register,
call 360-426-3673. Wednesdays
more. There will also be one-on-one Adult drop-in pickleball is held
personal instruction available to add from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday and Athletes will learn dribbling, pass-
on. For tickets and more information,
go to www.tracktime.bike.
Dance classes for Thursday at the Mason Transit-Com-
munity Center, 601 W. Franklin St.,
ing, receiving, shooting and defense
at the Soccer 1 clinic. Fun skill games
kids throughout Shelton. New players can try the sport
with experienced players to help learn
are played at every session, and every
participant will have a ball at his or
Upcoming yin week the ropes.
There is a $3 fee to play. For ques-
her feet.
This clinic is for kids ages 5 to 6
yoga and herb Kaleidoscope Dance and Movement
tions, call 360-432-5194 or email
mziegler@ci.shelton.wa.us.
years old. It is held from 4:45 to 5:30
p.m. on Wednesdays at Kneeland
workshop offered hosts multiple classes at the Shelton
Civic Center, 525 W. Cota St.
Park, 215 Turner Ave. in Shelton. The
second session is from Aug. 1 through

by Joonbug Yoga Exploring dance class is 5 to 5:45


p.m. Mondays for ages 5 and 6 and Gentle Yoga 22. The cost is $38 per four-week ses-
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5:15 to 6 p.m. Wednesdays for ages
4 and 5. Contemporary dance class offered on Tuesday Small-sided soccer matches will be
introduced gradually. The clinic is for
herb workshop from 10 a.m. until noon is held 5:45 to 6:45 p.m. Wednesdays
Aug. 4 at Avalon Yurt Sanctuary, 670
E. Strong Road, Shelton. The class is
for ages 8 to 10 and 6:45 to 8 p.m. in Shelton first-time players while being fun and
engaging for kids with some experi-
Wednesdays for ages 10 and up. ence.
taught by Joonbug Yoga owner Mi- Ballet level 1 and 2 class is held Melode Brewer offers gentle yoga Shin guards are required after the
chelle Pugh. Cost is $35 and can be 5:45 to 6:45 p.m. Mondays and is for from 10 to 11:15 a.m. on Tuesday at first meeting. For questions, call 360-
purchased online. ages 8 to 10. the Shelton Civic Center, 525 W. Cota 432-5194 or email mziegler@ci.shelton.
For more information, call Mi- Ballet level 3 for ages 10 and older St. These sessions are for all levels wa.us.
chelle Pugh at 360-556-6205 or email will be held from 6:45 to 8 p.m. Mon- and use a gentle, therapeutic ap-
joonbugyoga@gmail.com. days. proach, offering adaptations of move- n Compiled by reporter Alexandra
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JOURNAL OF RECORD
The Journal of Record is produced using 911
call information Mason County Emergency
Place in Hoodsport.
A building check was requested on Northeast
Fraud was reported on Southeast Crescent
Drive in Shelton.
Street in Shelton.
An injury was reported on Olympic Highway
Communications, the Mason County Sheriff’s Air Castle Lane in Belfair. A civil dispute was reported on Southeast South in Shelton.
Office, the Shelton Police Department and tribal state Route 3 in Shelton. An assault was reported on Northeast Mission
police provide. MACECOM does not provide JULY 18 Something was found on East Oak Park Way Creek Road in Belfair.
the Journal with specific details about each call. A citizen assist was requested on North 12th in Shelton. Vagrancy was reported on Reed Way in
For more information about MACECOM, call Street in Shelton. Reckless driving was reported on North Shelton.
360-426-4441. Alarm activity was reported on Northeast state Sunnyside Road in Shelton. Harassment was reported on Northeast
Route 3 in Belfair. Warrants were executed on Northeast Log Riverhill Drive in Belfair.
JULY 16 Barking was reported on Summit Drive in Yard Road in Belfair. Trespassing was reported on East Spencer
A brushfire was reported on USFS 2340 in Shelton. Glen Drive in Shelton.
Shelton. Water was reported on East state Route 3 in JULY 20
Noise was reported on East Oakdale Street in Shelton. A disturbance was reported on West state JULY 22
Shelton. Suspicious activity was reported on Goat Route 108 in Shelton. A structure fire was reported on Northeast
Barking was reported on East McKinley Street Ranch Road in Belfair. Hazardous road conditions were reported on Raintree Lane in Tahuya.
in Shelton. A vehicle theft was reported on East Mason Northeast state Route 300 in Belfair. Suspicious activity was reported on East
Breathing difficulties were reported on West Lake Drive West in Shelton. A disturbance was reported on Northeast Agate Drive in Shelton.
Boyer Road in Shelton. A runaway was reported on East Strong Road Byerly Drive in Shelton. Vagrancy was reported on West Cota Street
Vagrancy was reported on Northeast Dewatto in Shelton. A welfare check was requested on East Alder in Shelton.
Road in Shelton. Speeding was reported on East Lakewood Street in Shelton. A DUI was reported on East Mason Lake
Vagrancy was reported on East K Street in Lane in Shelton. A property dispute was reported on West Road in Shelton.
Shelton. A disturbance was reported on Northeast Shelton Valley Road in Shelton. A vehicle theft was reported on Olympic
Alarm activity was reported on West state state Route 3 in Belfair. Disorderly conduct was reported on Northeast Highway South in Shelton.
Route 108 in Shelton. A property dispute was reported on East G state Route 300 in Shelton. An assist was requested on East Campus
Road kill was reported on Northeast Tahuya Street in Shelton. Reckless driving was reported on Olympic Drive in Belfair.
River Road in Tahuya. A welfare check was requested on East Highway South in Shelton. An agency assist was requested on Northeast
Hazardous road conditions were reported on Arellem Road in Union. Alarm activity was reported on East Lynwood Old Belfair Highway in Shelton.
Northeast Belfair Tahuya Road in Tahuya. A disturbance was reported on West K Street Drive in Shelton. A disturbance was reported on Southeast Tys
A court order was executed on Northeast in Shelton. Malicious mischief was reported on East Ul Tad Loop in Shelton.
Dewatto Road in Shelton. A follow-up investigation was conducted on Pickering Road in Shelton. A domestic dispute was reported on North
An explosion investigation was conducted on Northeast state Route 3 in Belfair. Trespassing was reported on East Wingert 13th Street in Shelton.
Arcadia Avenue in Shelton. Harassment was reported on Northeast Road in Shelton. An assist was requested on West U.S.
A civil dispute was reported on East state Hahobas Way in Tahuya. A stray animal was reported on Southeast T Highway 101 in Shelton.
Route 3 in Shelton. A disturbance was reported on Southeast Peeksin Lane in Shelton. A disturbance was reported on Mountain View
A citizen assist was requested on West Cota Mason Street in Shelton. A court order was executed on East Twanoh Drive in Shelton.
Street in Shelton. A disturbance was reported on West K Street Tides Place in Belfair. An intoxicated person was reported on
Fraud was reported on West Grove Street in in Shelton. An animal complaint was submitted on East Olympic Highway North in Shelton.
Shelton. A health law violation was reported on Clay Road in Shelton. A theft was reported on Grant Avenue in
Hazardous road conditions were reported on Northeast Katchemak Lane in Belfair. An animal complaint was submitted on East Shelton.
East Mason Lake Road in Shelton. A disturbance was reported on East Willopa North Island Drive in Shelton. A welfare check was requested on Beverly
An animal complaint was reported on Road in Shelton. A fall was reported on West Cota Street in Boulevard in Shelton.
Southeast Brewer Road in Shelton. A disturbance was reported on Kristi Court in Shelton. Trespassing was reported on Ferry Street in
A civil dispute was reported on Southeast Shelton. A follow-up investigation was conducted on Shelton.
Craig Road in Shelton. A vehicle theft was reported on North Twana Northeast Larson Lake Road in Belfair. Fireworks were reported on Southeast Binns
An animal complaint was reported on Court in Shelton. A disturbance was reported on South First Swiger Loop in Shelton.
Northeast White Owl Drive in Tahuya. Mistreatment was reported on East Agate Street in Shelton. Littering was reported on East Wallace
A property dispute was reported on East Loop Road in Shelton. A court order was executed on Holly Lane in Kneeland Boulevard in Shelton.
Mason Lake Road in Shelton. Barking was reported on West Cota Street in Shelton. A DUI was reported on East Johns Prairie
An assist was requested on Northeast Belfair Shelton. Trespassing was reported on North Cheyenne Road in Shelton.
Tahuya Road in Tahuya. A disturbance was reported on Northeast Hill Drive in Belfair. Reckless driving was reported on East Mason
A theft was reported on Northeast Lynnwood Bear Creek Dewatto Road in Shelton. Trespassing was reported on Northeast North Lake Road in Shelton.
Loop in Belfair. Trespassing was reported on Northeast state Shore Road in Belfair. A medical emergency was reported on North
A theft was reported on Olympic Highway Route 3 in Belfair. A theft was reported on East Kings Way in Eighth Street in Shelton.
North in Shelton. A burglary was reported on East South Island Shelton. Trespassing was reported on Fairmount
A motor vehicle accident was reported on Drive in Shelton. A welfare check was requested on Southeast Avenue in Shelton.
Southeast Lynch Road in Shelton. A burglary was reported on East Malaney Harmony Lane in Shelton. A disturbance was reported on East View
A civil dispute was reported on East Creek Road in Shelton. A stray animal was reported on Southeast T Place in Shelton.
Centerline Road in Grapeview. Peeksin Lane in Shelton. A threat was reported on East Krabbenhoft
A disturbance was reported on East state JULY 19 A property dispute was reported on West Road in Grapeview.
Route 106 in Shelton. Noise was reported on Union Street in Railroad Avenue in Shelton. A disturbance was reported on Northeast
Disorderly conduct was reported on Jefferson Shelton. Davey Jones Court in Belfair.
Street in Shelton. A property dispute was reported on Northeast JULY 21 Animal bites were reported on East McReavy
state Route 3 in Belfair. Barking was reported on East Fox Lane in Road in Shelton.
JULY 17 Hazardous road conditions were reported on Shelton. A follow-up investigation was conducted on
Suspicious activity was reported on Sage East Mason Lake Road in Shelton. An assault was reported on West state Route West Cota Street in Shelton.
Street in Shelton. Disorderly conduct was reported on North 108 in Shelton. A firearms violation was reported on West
Noise was reported on East Sleaford Road in U.S. Highway 101 in Hoodsport. Reckless driving was reported on North U.S. Cloquallum Road in Shelton.
Shelton. A theft from a vehicle was reported on East Highway 101 in Hoodsport.
Alarm activity was reported on East Agate state Route 106 in Belfair. A disturbance was reported on West state BUILDING PERMITS
Road in Shelton. Malicious mischief was reported on East Alder Route 108 in Shelton. A building permit was issued July 19 to Doug
An injury was reported on North U.S. Highway Place East in Shelton. An abandoned vehicle was reported on East Lindbo for a single family residence in the 3700
101 in Shelton. An injury was reported on East Agate Road in South Island Drive in Shelton. block of East Agate Road in Shelton.
An injury was reported on East state Route 3 Shelton. An assault was reported on North U.S. A building permit was issued July 19 to David
in Shelton. A court order was executed on North Minerva Highway 101 in Shelton. Knoelke for a pole building in the 400 block of
A disturbance was reported on East Mason Terrace Road in Shelton. A DUI was reported on Olympic Highway East Greenberg Lane in Belfair.
Lake Road in Shelton. Littering was reported on East Agate Road in North in Shelton. A building permit was issued July 19 to Russ
An assist was requested on West Cota Street Shelton. A property dispute was reported on Southeast Sackett for a heat pump on Northeast Rainier
in Shelton. A citizen assist was requested on East Agate Arcadia Road in Shelton. Place North in Belfair.
Hazardous road conditions were reported on Road in Shelton. Alarm activity was reported on East state A building permit was issued July 19 to
Olympic Highway North in Shelton. Suspicious activity was reported on East I Route 106 in Belfair. Randall Waylett for a reroof in the 500 block of
A property dispute was reported on Olympic Street in Shelton. A citizen assist was requested on Northeast West Kelly Road in Shelton.
Highway South in Shelton. An assist was requested on Cookson Street state Route 3 in Shelton. A building permit was issued July 19 to
A welfare check was requested on Cascade in Shelton. A runaway was reported on South 11th Street Mildred Devaney for a reroof in the 34500 block
Avenue in Shelton. A motor vehicle accident was reported on in Shelton. of North U.S. Highway 101 in Lilliwaup.
A parking violation was reported on San South Seventh Street in Shelton. Reckless driving was reported on East Johns A building permit was issued July 19 to Jen
Joaquin Avenue in Shelton. A civil dispute was reported on Northeast Prairie Road in Shelton. Ackerman for a reroof in the 200 block of East
Trespassing was reported on East state Route Larson Lake Road in Belfair. An intoxicated person was reported on West Sunny Woods East in Shelton.
3 in Shelton. Suspicious activity was reported on West Franklin Street in Shelton. A building permit was issued July 19 to Jesse
A citizen assist was requested on East Poplar Delight Park Road in Shelton. Malicious mischief was reported on East Mercer for a heat pump in the 1800 block of
Street in Shelton. A motor vehicle accident was reported on Wallace Kneeland Boulevard in Shelton. East Island Lake Drive in Shelton.
An auto theft was reported on East Capital North U.S. Highway 101 in Shelton. An animal complaint was submitted on West A building permit was issued July 20 to Dave
Prairie Road in Shelton. Obscenity was reported on West Cota Street state Route 108 in Shelton. Herman for appliance installations on East
A citizen assist was requested on East Adelle in Shelton. A citizen assist was requested on West Cota Maryann Place in Shelton.
Lane in Allyn. A theft was reported on West Franklin Street Street in Shelton. A building permit was issued July 23 to
Trespassing was reported on East Pine Street in Shelton. An animal complaint was submitted on West William Stahl for a dock in the 1600 block of
in Shelton. A disturbance was reported on Northeast state Route 108 in Shelton. West Cushman Ridge Drive in Shelton.
A disturbance was reported on Northeast Davey Jones Court in Belfair. Reckless driving was reported on East South A building permit was issued July 23 to
state Route 3 in Shelton. Speeding was reported on West Steelhead Island Drive in Shelton. Nicolas Brainard for a manufactured home
A welfare check was requested on East Lane in Elma. An injury was reported on North U.S. Highway in the 100 block of East Eagle Vista Drive in
Phillips Lake Loop Road in Shelton. A property dispute was reported on Northeast 101 in Shelton. Belfair.
Disorderly conduct was reported on Northeast state Route 3 in Shelton. A disturbance was reported on East Mason A building permit was issued July 23 to Brian
state Route 3 in Belfair. A civil dispute was reported on East Olde Benson Road in Grapeview. Cook for a reroof in the 300 block of North
A vehicle repossession was reported on Lyme Road in Shelton. A fire alarm was reported on West Railroad Potlatch Road in Shelton.
Northeast Matthew Drive in Belfair. A threat was reported on Northeast Riverhill Avenue in Shelton. A building permit was issued July 23 to Dave
A citizen assist was requested on East Drive in Belfair. An abandoned vehicle was reported on East Shoblom for a reroof in the 1000 block of
Richardson Road in Belfair. A poisoning was reported on Northeast Bryan Rasor Road West in Belfair. Northeast Collins Lake Drive in Tahuya.
Animal bites were reported on East Westwood Lane in Belfair. Reckless driving was reported on East
Drive in Shelton. Reckless driving was reported on Shelton Shelton Springs Road in Shelton. n Compiled by Linda Frizzell
A disturbance was reported on North Cod Springs Road in Shelton. Speeding was reported on South Seventh
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As a community service, the Journal publishes contact information for organizations


that need volunteers. There is no charge for this service.
If you would like to contribute some of your time to your community,
watch these listings for places that need you.

Adopt-A-Pet Hood Canal Kiwanis Food Bank Community We need volunteers for the following: cashiers, dona-
360-432-3091 Garden - tuwhit@q.com tion sorters, store and shelf cleaners.
thedoghouse5@hotmail.com Hood Canal Kiwanis meetings - 7am Wednesdays
Adoptapet-WA.org @ Hoodsport Library - 208-596-2008 North Mason School District
Hood Canal School District 360-277-2112
Care Net Pregnancy Center of Mason County 360-877-5463
360-427-9171 Pioneer School District
We are seeking volunteers to help assist our clients Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group 360-426-9115
with needs during and after pregnancy. We are a 360-275-3575 pnwsalmoncenter.org
Christian organization and are in need of those who The Salmon Center is seeking volunteers to help Red Cross
speak English and those who speak Spanish. Training with a number of projects ranging from helping 360-352-8575
is available. in our organic farm to counting juvenile salmon
on their journey out of the streams. There are The Saints Pantry Food Bank
Catholic Community Services various opportunities throughout the year allowing Steve Russell, Director
327-2230 volunteers to help enhance salmon recovery efforts 360-427-8847
around the Hood Canal.
Communication Support Team (CST) Senior Services for South Sound
Team is made up of licensed HAM Radio operators Hoodsport Visitor Information Center 360-586-6181, ext 128
and others interested in assisting your County during Mark Franklin
disasters - man-made or natural incidents. You do 360-877-2021 Shelton Friends of the Library
VOLUNTEER!

not need to be a licensed radio operator to help. We are seeking volunteers to assist visitors to Mason Eileen Oberg, President 360-426-1318
Meetings: 6:00pm on the last Tuesday of the month County and specifically the Olympic National Forest The Friends are volunteers who support our local
at the Public Works Facility, 100 West Public Works and Olympic National Park in Hoodsport. library community. While we are a branch of
Drive. Background check required. Call Mason Timberland Regional Library (TRL), there are
County Emergency Management at 360-427-7535 for KAOS Radio many important programs and services we offer
more information. kaosradio.org/volunteer-opportunities/ to the Shelton community that are not covered by
TRL’s budget. We provide funding through our book
Community Lifeline Kitten Rescue of Mason County sales and other fund raising activities. We fund
Barbra Weza, Executive Director Kitten Rescue of Mason County needs volunteers. the Summer Reading Program, Library Outreach
360-462-4439 or 360-490-3430 We’re open 7 days a week, evening and day shifts Programs, and many activities for youth and adults
Volunteer opportunities for Board of Directors, grant available. Contact Dee 360-490-5627. in Shelton. Please join us; we always can use more
writing, receptionist, filing, data entry, resource willing hands!
navigators, mentors, community meals, landscape Love, Inc.
maintenance and lawn care, blanket and towel 360-462-LOVE Shelton School District
washers, fundraising, event planning, carpet cleaning, Loveinc.office@hcc.net 360-462-2237
painting. Love INC of Mason County has volunteer
opportunities in the downtown Shelton Shelton Farmers Market
Community Youth Services Clearinghouse answering phones and basic office Kaylyne Krieger, Market Manager
360-943-0780 procedures. There are also opportunities to assist in manager@sheltonfarmersmarket.org
the following areas: furniture, medical equipment, www.sheltonfarmersmarket.org/volunteer
Crisis Clinic of Mason and Thurston Counties Jobs for Life Program, grant writing, and fundraising The Shelton Farmers Market needs volunteers! Our
Courtney Ingwaldson events. Our mission is to mobilize the churches to mission is to bring the community together every
360-586-2888, ext 110 transform lives with a hand-up not a hand out. We Saturday, May through September, to celebrate farms,
courtney@crisis-clinic.org do not discriminate in any way due to gender, race, farmers, and access to local fresh food. We need help
Next training begins in April. sexual preference, or religion. on market days with set-up and tear-down, special
events, and the Friends of the Market booth. We
Crossroads Housing Mary M. Knight School District would love to have you at the Market!
Debbie Hurst, Volunteer Coordinator 350-427-6767
360-427-6919 ext. 204 or dhurst@hcc.net marymknight.com Sound Learning
Crossroads Housing (formerly Mason County 360-426-9733
Shelter) is looking for a few good volunteers! We Mason County Historical Society We are seeking volunteers to help fill the following
always have a variety of opportunities at our Shelter, Kristin Fabry needs: classroom assistants, English-math-reading
from office work to housekeeping to mentoring. With 360-426-1020 tutors, ESOL tutors, basic computer tutors and light
the holidays coming up and Christmas just around Mchsdirector2015@gmail.com office help.
the corner, the list gets even longer. For a rewarding We are looking for volunteers to help at the museum
experience, come volunteer at Crossroads! with a variety of projects having to do with our mu- Sunrise Equine Rescue
seum operations and special events. Janean or Brooke
Hood Canal Food Bank 360-426-6767 360-275-2960
Kathy Roberson, Director We currently have volunteer opportunities in our
360-877-9958 Mason County Forest Festival office, during special events, special projects and a
Need volunteers to help load and unload food. Days masoncountyforestfestival.org/volunteer/ Community Garden day the third Saturday of each
vary. month, hard worker, experience with horses a plus
Mason County Juvenile Court/Probation Services but not required, able to clean stalls, pastures push
Faith in Action The HUB James W. Madsen a full wheel barrow, clean and fill waters. In any
www.FIAWS.org 360-427-9670 ext 332 weather.
360-275-0535
We support independent living for our senior and Mason County Senior Activities Center Treasures Thrift Store & Book Store
disabled neighbors. We are actively seeking volun- Val Wedman, Activities Coordinator 305 W Railroad Ave, Shelton WA 98584
teers in the following positions. Volunteer drivers, 360-426-7374 360-427-3858
handy people, front desk, thrift store clerks, kitchen We need volunteers for hostess, gardening and serving Help support quality health care through Mason
help,friendly phone calls and visits, and instructors. on special occasions. General Hospital & Family of Clinics. Volunteers
Share your spare time and make a difference in the are needed in both stores to sort merchandise, stock
life of member of the community. Please call us at Mason County Search and Rescue shelves, do window displays and assist customers.
360-275-0535 or in person at 111 NE Old Belfair masoncountysar.org Varied shifts are available.
Hwy Belfair, WA 98528. www.fiaws.org
Mason County Sheriff ’s Department Turning Pointe Survivor Advocacy Center
Grapeview School District http://so.co.mason.wa.us/support/volunteers Rachel Elam, Executive Director
360-426-4921 Phone: 360-426-1216
Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics Email: relam@qwestoffice.net
Habitat for Humanity of Mason County Lonnie Hatman, Volunteer Coordinator Turning Pointe currently needs volunteers to provide
Outreach Coordinator – Deanna Frost 360-427-3621 childcare Monday through Friday for 2 hours each
deannaf@habitatmasonwa.org Want to volunteer? MGH&FC needs volunteers day while Moms attend educational groups onsite
360-426-8134 ext. 203 to help us put “Patients First” and provide quality –choose one day or several. We are also in need of
We need both teams and individuals for house medical care to assist individuals to restore and an organizer to come in once a week to work in our
construction and related activities at both locations, preserve health. Volunteer opportunities are linen and clothing closets helping to fold and organize
Shelton and Belfair. available in the Business Office, Information sheets, blankets and donated clothing –choose your
info@habitatmasonwa.org Desks, Medical/Surgical/Pediatrics Unit, Quality own hours.
Improvement, Diabetes Education, Rehabilitation
Harmony Hill Retreat Center and Physical Therapy, Health Information The United Way of Mason County
Lisa Monnerjahn, Program Associate Management, Administrative Offices, Treasures 360-426-4999
360-898-2363, ext. 12 Thrift and Book Store, and MGH Foundation.
lmonnerjahn@harmonyhill.org Volunteers perform general office duties such as The Volunteer Center
We currently have volunteer opportunities in our copying, filing, assembling information packets, 360-741-2622, elizabeth@soundplan.com
office, during special events, special projects and a greeting the public, giving directions, stocking www.volunteer.ws
Community Garden day the third Saturday of each supplies, retail sales, and providing companionship
month. and compassion to patients in acute care. Please call Women of Note
Lonnie Hatman, volunteer coordinator, at (360) 427- 360-432-9940, elizabeth@soundplan.com
Haven in Allyn 3621 or email at lhatman@masongeneral.com. Do you love to sing? Auditions for Women of Note
Karena Jamerson are happening now! Rehearsals are Thursday
360-277-0636 kjhavencare@gmail Mason General Hospital Foundation evenings from 6:30 to 9:00 PM at St. David of Wales
Volunteers are part of the activities of the day. If 360-427-3623 Episcopal Church in Shelton. To make your audition
the activity is bingo, the volunteer can work with appointment, please contact Elizabeth at the above
a resident who has difficulties using their hands. Mason Transit Authority number.
Volunteers participate in exercises, games and Volunteer drivers needed.
singing. Haly Wooten 360-432-5723 To list your organization, please contact
Linda Frizzell at 360-426-4412 or
Nifty Thrifty Thrift Store linda@masoncounty.com
Michelle Marks, Store Manager
360-427-0858
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PUBLIC NOTICE brances on 08/24/2018. The defaults referred to they executed the same in his/her/their autho- recipients of the Notice of Default is listed within
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Pursuant to in Paragraph III must be cured by 08/13/2018 (11 rized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their the Notice of Foreclosure provided to the
the Revised Code of Washington 61.24, et seq. days before the sale date) to cause a discontinu- signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or Borrower(s) and Grantor(s). These requirements
APN: 32331-23-90940 TS No: WA1700280838 ance of the sale. The sale will be discontinued the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) were completed as of 7/24/2017. VII. The Trustee
Abbreviated Legal: LOT: 2 OF SP #208 PTN TR and terminated if at any time on or before acted, executed the instrument. WITNESS my whose name and address are set forth below will
94 G.L.2 BLA AF #429021 I. NOTICE IS HERE- 08/13/2018 (11 days before the sale date) the hand and official seal Signature Tammy Rossum provide in writing to anyone requesting it, a state-
BY GIVEN that the undersigned Trustee, First default(s) as set forth in Paragraph III is/are (seal) TAMMY ROSSUM Notary Public, State of ment of all costs and fees due at any time prior to
American Title Insurance Company, SUCCES- cured and the Trustee’s fees and costs are paid. Texas Comm. Expires 02-03-2020 Notary ID the sale. VIII. The effect of the sale will be to de-
SOR TRUSTEE, on 08/24/2018, at 10:00AM, at The sale may be terminated any time after 126370400 NPP0331268 To: MASON COUNTY prive the Grantor and all those who hold by,
the main entrance Mason County Courthouse, 08/13/2018 (11 days before the sale date) and JOURNAL 07/26/2018, 08/16/2018 through or under the Grantor of all their interest
419 N 4th, Shelton, WA 98584, will sell at public before the sale by the Borrower, Grantor, any 1368 July 26, August 16 2t in the above-described property. IX. Anyone hav-
auction to the highest and best bidder, payable at Guarantor, or the holder of any recorded junior ing any objections to this sale on any grounds
the time of sale the following described real prop- lien or encumbrance paying the entire principal PUBLIC NOTICE whatsoever will be afforded an opportunity to be
erty, situated in the County(ies) of MASON, State and interest secured by the Deed of Trust, plus NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Pursuant to heard as to those objections if they bring a law-
of Washington, to-wit: PARCEL A: A TRACT OF costs, fees, and advances, if any, made pursuant the Revised Code of Washington 61.24, et seq. suit to restrain the sale pursuant to RCW
LAND IN GOVERNMENT LOT 2, SECTION 31, to the terms of the obligation and/or Deed of TS No.: WA-17-775570-BB APN No.: 61.24.130. Failure to bring such a lawsuit may
TOWNSHIP 23 NORTH, RANGE 3 WEST, W.M., Trust, and curing all other defaults. VI. A written 220297750030 Title Order No.: 170263571-WA- result in a waiver of any proper grounds for in-
IN MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON, DE- Notice of Default was transmitted by the Benefi- MSW Deed of Trust Grantor(s): LAVETA M. CO- validating the Trustee’s sale. X. NOTICE TO OC-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE ciary or Trustee to the Borrower and Grantor at PELAND Deed of Trust Grantee(s): BANK OF CUPANTS OR TENANTS – The purchaser at the
NORTHWESTERLY CORNER OF THAT TRACT the following addresses: SEE ATTACHED EX- AMERICA, N.A. Deed of Trust Instrument/Refer- Trustee’s Sale is entitled to possession of the
CONVEYED TO DALE TAHJA BY DEED RE- HIBIT “A” Exhibit A Notice of Default Mailing In- ence No.: 1917328 I.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- property on the 20th day following the sale, as
CORDED OCTOBER 17, 1975 UNDER AUDI- formation DONALD L FAWVER SR. 132 NORTH EN that Quality Loan Service Corp. of Washing- against the Grantor under the deed of trust (the
TOR’S FILE NO. 307557, RECORDS OF SAID REBECCA LANE HOODSPORT WA 98548 ES- ton, the undersigned Trustee, will on 8/3/2018, at owner) and anyone having an interest junior to
COUNTY, THENCE SOUTH 80°00’ EAST TATE OF DONALD L FAWVER SR. 132 NORTH 10:00 AM At the main entrance of the Mason the deed of trust, including occupants who are
260.00 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 7°33’ WEST REBECCA LANE HOODSPORT WA 98548 Oc- County Courthouse, located at 419 N 4th, Shel- not tenants. After the 20th day following the sale
100.00 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 33°33’50” EAST cupant 132 NORTH REBECCA LANE HOOD- ton, WA 98584 sell at public auction to the high- the purchaser has the right to evict occupants
46.85 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 80°33’08” WEST SPORT WA 98548 SPOUSE OF DONALD L. est and best bidder, payable in the form of credit who are not tenants by summary proceedings
132.65 FEET; THENCE NORTH 21°00’ WEST FAWVER, SR. 132 NORTH REBECCA LANE bid or cash bid in the form of cashier’s check or under Chapter 59.12 RCW. For tenant-occupied
112.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 44°13’ WEST HOODSPORT WA 98548 BETTY FAWVER 132 certified checks from federally or State chartered property, the purchaser shall provide a tenant
140.27 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. NORTH REBECCA LANE HOODSPORT WA banks, at the time of sale the following described with written notice in accordance with RCW
PARCEL B: A PERPETUAL NON-EXCLUSIVE 98548 SHIRLEY TUCKER 132 NORTH REBEC- real property, situated in the County of MASON, 61.24.060. THIS NOTICE IS THE FINAL STEP
EASEMENT FOR INGRESS, EGRESS AND CA LANE HOODSPORT WA 98548 DAVID State of Washington, to-wit: PARCEL A: TRACT BEFORE THE FORECLOSURE SALE OF
DRAINAGE OVER, UNDER AND ACROSS A FAWVER 1103 5TH AVE. SE OLYMPIA WA 3 OF LARGE LOT SUBDIVISION NO: 96-0003, YOUR HOME. You have only 20 DAYS from the
STRIP OF LAND 30.00 FEET IN WIDTH, LYING 98501 by both first class and certified mail on RECORDED MARCH 29, 1996, IN VOLUME 21 recording date of this notice to pursue mediation.
SOUTHERLY OF THE FOLLOWING DE- 03/07/2018, proof of which is in the possession OF SURVEYS, PAGE 3, AUDITOR’S FILE NO. DO NOT DELAY. CONTACT A HOUSING COUN-
SCRIBED LINE: BEGINNING AT SR 101 AS of the Trustee, on 03/06/2018, the written notice 624398, AND BEING A PORTION OF GOVERN- SELOR OR AN ATTORNEY LICENSED IN
SHOWN ON SHORT SUBDIVISION NO. 208, of default was posted in a conspicuous place on MENT LOTS 5 AND 6, SECTION 20 AND A WASHINGTON NOW to assess your situation
THENCE NORTH 74°00’ WEST 125.00 FEET; the real property described in Paragraph I above, PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF and refer you to mediation if you are eligible and
THENCE SOUTH 52°00’ WEST 80.00 FEET; and the Trustee has possession of proof of such THE NORTHEAST QUARTER AND THE it may help you save your home. See below for
THENCE SOUTH 78°54’14” WEST 68.00 FEET; service or posting. VII. The trustee whose name NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTH- safe sources of help. SEEKING ASSISTANCE
THENCE SOUTH 80°33’08” WEST 132.65 and address are set forth below will provide in EAST QUARTER OF SECTION 29, ALL IN Housing counselors and legal assistance may be
FEET; THENCE NORTH 21°00’ WEST 12.00 writing to anyone requesting it, a statement of all TOWNSHIP 20 NORTH, RANGE 2 WEST, W.M. available at little or no cost to you. If you would
FEET; THENCE NORTH 86°00’ WEST 225.00 costs and fees due at any time prior to the sale. PARCEL B: TOGETHER WITH AN EASEMENT like assistance in determining your rights and op-
FEET; TO THE TERMINUS OF SAID EASE- VIII. The effect of the sale will be to deprive the FOR A “PRIVATE ROAD”, 60 FEET IN WIDTH, portunities to keep your house, you may contact
MENT. PARCEL C: A NON-EXCLUSIVE 60.00 Grantor and all those who hold by, through or un- INCLUDING A CUL-DE- SAC WITH A RADIUS the following: The statewide foreclosure hotline
FOOT WIDE ACCESS EASEMENT ADJOINING der the Grantor of all their interest in the above OF 50 FEET, AS SHOWN ON THE MAP OF for assistance and referral to housing counselors
THE WITHIN DESCRIBED LAND ON THE described property. IX. Anyone having any objec- LARGE LOT SUBDIVISION NO. 96-0003, RE- recommended by the Housing Finance Commis-
WEST, AS SHOWN ON SHORT SUBDIVISION tion to the sale on any grounds, whatsoever will CORDED MARCH 29, 1996, IN VOLUME 21 OF sion: Toll-free: 1-877-894-HOME (1-877-894-
NO. 208, RECORDED FEBRUARY 27, 1976, be afforded an opportunity to be heard as to SURVEYS, PAGE 3, AUDITOR’S FILE NO. 4663) or Web site: http://www.dfi.wa.gov/con-
UNDER AUDITOR’S FILE NO. 311335. THE those objections if they bring a lawsuit to restrain 624398. More commonly known as: 3 SE ARCA- sumers/homeownership/post_purchase_coun-
REAL PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IN the sale pursuant to RCW 61.24.130. Failure to DIA POINT RD, SHELTON, WA 98584 which is selors_foreclosure.htm. The United States De-
MORE ACCURATELY DESCRIBED AS FOL- bring such a lawsuit may result in a waiver of any subject to that certain Deed of Trust dated partment of Housing and Urban Development:
LOWS: PARCEL 1: LOT 2 OF SHORT PLAT NO proper grounds for invalidating the Trustee’s 3/27/2008, recorded 3/31/2008, under Instru- Toll-free: 1-800-569-4287 or National Web Site:
208, RECORDED FEBRUARY 27, 1976, UN- Sale. X. NOTICE TO OCCUPANTS OR TEN- ment No. 1917328 records of MASON County, http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD or for Local
DER AUDITOR’S FILE NO. 311335 AND AS ANTS The purchaser at the trustee’s sale is en- Washington, from LAVETA M. COPELAND, AN counseling agencies in Washington: http://www.
AMENDED BY INSTRUMENT RECORDED titled to possession of the property on the 20th UNMARRIED WOMAN, as grantor(s), to PRLAP, hud.gov/offices/hsg/sfh/hcc/fc/index.cfm?webLis
JUNE 7, 1984, UNDER AUDITOR’S FILE NO. day following the sale, as against the grantor un- INC., as original trustee, to secure an obligation tAction=search&searchstate=WA&filterSvc=dfc
429021. BEING A PORTION OF GOVERN- der the deed of trust (the owner) and anyone in favor of BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., as original The statewide civil legal aid hotline for assis-
MENT LOT 2 OF SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 23 having an interest junior to the deed of trust, in- beneficiary, the beneficial interest in which was tance and referrals to other housing counselors
NORTH, RANGE 3 WEST, W.M., IN MASON cluding occupants who are not tenants. After the subsequently assigned to Wilmington Trust, Na- and attorneys: Telephone: 1-800-606-4819 or
COUNTY WASHINGTON. PARCEL 2: AN EASE- 20th day following the sale the purchaser has the tional Association, not in its individual capacity, Web site: http://nwjustice.org/what-clear. Addi-
MENT FOR INGRESS, EGRESS, DRAINAGE right to evict occupants who are not tenants by but solely as trustee for MFRA Trust 2014-2, the tional disclaimers provided by the Trustee: If you
AND UTILITIES OVER, UNDER AND ACROSS summary proceedings under, chapter 59.12 Beneficiary, under an assignment recorded un- have previously been discharged through bank-
A STRIP OF LAND AS DESCRIBED AND DE- RCW. For tenant-occupied property, the pur- der Auditors File Number 2084257 II. No action ruptcy, you may have been released of personal
LINEATED IN SHORT PLAT NO. 208, RECORD- chaser shall provide a tenant with written notice commenced by the Beneficiary of the Deed of liability for this loan in which case this letter is
ED FEBRUARY 27, 1976 UNDER AUDITOR’S in accordance with RCW 61.24.060. THIS NO- Trust is now pending to seek satisfaction of the intended to exercise the noteholders rights
FILE NO. 311335, BEING A PORTION OF GOV- TICE IS THE FINAL STEP BEFORE THE FORE- obligation in any Court by reason of the Borrow- against the real property only. Dated: 3/29/2018
ERNMENT LOT 2 OF SECTION 31, TOWN 23 CLOSURE SALE OF YOUR HOME You have er’s or Grantor’s default on the obligation secured Quality Loan Service Corp. of Washington, as
NORTH, RANGE 3 WEST, W.M., IN MASON only 20 DAYS from the recording date on this by the Deed of Trust/Mortgage. III. The default(s) Trustee By: Maria Montana, Assistant Secretary
COUNTY WASHINGTON And commonly known notice to pursue mediation. DO NOT DELAY, for which this foreclosure is made is/are as fol- Trustee’s Mailing Address: Quality Loan Service
as: 132 NORTH REBECCA LANE, HOOD- CONTACT A HOUSING COUNSELOR OR AN lows: Failure to pay when due the following Corp. of Washington C/O Quality Loan Service
SPORT, WA 98548 (The undersigned trustee ATTORNEY LICENSED IN WASHINGTON NOW amounts which are now in arrears: $13,684.47. Corp. 411 Ivy Street, San Diego, CA 92101 (866)
disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the to assess your situation and refer you to media- IV. The sum owing on the obligation secured by 645-7711 Trustee’s Physical Address: Quality
above street or other common designation) tion if you are eligible and it may help you save the Deed of Trust is: The principal sum of Loan Service Corp. of Washington 108 1 st Ave
which is subject to that certain Deed of Trust your home. See below for safe sources of help. $113,825.40, together with interest as provided South, Suite 202 Seattle, WA 98104 (866) 925-
dated 02/18/2008, recorded 02/22/2008 under SEEKING ASSISTANCE Housing counselors in the Note from 10/1/2016 on, and such other 0241 Sale Line: 916-939-0772 or Logi n to: http://
Auditor’s File No 1915104, in Book , Page , re- and legal assistance may be available at little or costs and fees as are provided by statute. V. The wa.qualityloan.com Trustee Sale Number : WA-
cords of MASON County, Washington, from no cost to you. If you would like assistance in de- above-described real property will be sold to sat- 17-775570-BB IDSPub #0138857 7/5/2018
DONALD L. FAWVER, SR. AS HIS SEPARATE termining your rights and opportunities to keep isfy the expense of sale and the obligation se- 7/26/2018
ESTATE Grantor, to LENDERS FIRST CHOICE your house, you may contact the following: The cured by the Deed of Trust as provided by stat- 1151 July 5, 26 2t
AGENCY, INC. as Trustee, to secure an obliga- statewide foreclosure hotline for assistance and ute. Said sale will be made without warranty, ex-
tion in favor of FINANCIAL FREEDOM SENIOR referral to housing counselors recommended by pressed or implied, regarding title, possession or PUBLIC NOTICE
FUNDING CORPORATION, A SUBSIDIARY OF the Housing Finance Commission: Telephone: encumbrances on 8/3/2018. The defaults re- NOTICE AND SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
INDYMAC BANK, F.S.B. as Beneficiary, the ben- (877) 894-4663 Website: www.homeownership. ferred to in Paragraph III must be cured by (DEPENDENCY) (SMPB) (OPTIONAL USE)
eficial interest in which was assigned to U.S. wa.gov The United States Department of Hous- 7/23/2018 (11 days before the sale date), or by SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON COUN-
BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, not in its indi- ing and Urban Development: Telephone: (800) other date as permitted in the Note or Deed of TY OF MASON JUVENILE COURT Dependency
vidual capacity but solely as trustee for the 569-4287 Website: www.hud.gov The statewide Trust, to cause a discontinuance of the sale. The of: EHART-EGLEY, LUKUS D.O.B.: 09/20/16 No:
RMAC Trust, Series 2016-CTT under an Assign- civil legal aid hotline for assistance and referrals sale will be discontinued and terminated if at any 17-7-00155-23 To: BRANDON EGLEY, ALLGED
ment recorded on 06/28/2017 under Auditor’s to other housing counselors and attorneys: Tele- time before 7/23/2018 (11 days before the sale), FATHER; NATHAN MARTIN HUNT, ALLEGED
File No 2076428, records of MASON County, phone: (800) 606-4819 Website: http://nwjustice. or by other date as permitted in the Note or Deed FATHER; UNKNOWN BIOLOGICAL FATHER. A
Washington. II. No action commenced by the org/get-legal-help If available, the expected of Trust, the default as set forth in Paragraph III is Second Amended Dependency Petition was filed
Beneficiary of the Deed of Trust is now pending opening bid and/or postponement information cured and the Trustee’s fees and costs are paid. on October 19, 2017; A Fact Finding hearing will
to seek satisfaction of the obligation in any Court may be available by calling the following tele- Payment must be in cash or with cashiers or cer- be held on this matter on: September 20, 2018 at
by reason of the Borrower’s or Grantor’s default phone number before the sale: 916-939-0772, or tified checks from a State or federally chartered 1:00 p.m. at Mason County Superior Court, 419
on the obligation secured by the Deed of Trust. III. the website of http://search.nationwideposting. bank. The sale may be terminated any time after N. 4th Street, Shelton, Washington 98584. You
The default(s) for which this foreclosure is made com/propertySearchTerms.aspx. No warranties the 7/23/2018 (11 days before the sale date) and should be present at this hearing. The hearing
is/are as follows: Failure to pay when due the fol- or guarantees are made as to the accuracy or before the sale, by the Borrower or Grantor or the will determine if your child is dependent as de-
lowing amounts which are now in arrears: completeness of the information provided. Dat- holder of any recorded junior lien or encum- fined in RCW 13.34.050(5). This begins a judicial
$334,635.12; (together with any subsequent pay- ed: 04/23/2018 First American Title Insurance brance by paying the principal and interest, plus process which could result in permanent loss of
ments, late charges, advances, costs and fees Company Signature KATHERINE WHITE Print- costs, fees and advances, if any, made pursuant your parental rights. If you do not appear at the
thereafter due) IV. The sum owing on the obliga- ed Name and Title KATHERINE WHITE AUTHO- to the terms of the obligation and/or Deed of hearing, the court may enter a dependency order
tion secured by the Deed of Trust is: Principal RIZED SIGNATORY First American Title Insur- Trust, and curing all other defaults. VI. A written in your absence. To request a copy of the Notice,
$303,998.41, together with interest as provided ance Company c/o Alison A. Haig, Attorney at Notice of Default was transmitted by the Benefi- Summons, and Dependency Petition, call DSHS
in the Note or other instrument secured from Law 2611 NE 113th Street, Ste 300 Seattle WA ciary or Trustee to the Borrower(s) and Grantor(s) at 360-432-2050 or 1-888-283-2634. To view in-
01/14/2017 and such other costs and fees as are 98125 Telephone: 206-715-6955 or 866-429- by both first class and certified mail, proof of formation about your rights, including right to a
due under the Note of other instrument secured, 5179 State of Texas County of Dallas On which is in the possession of the Trustee; and the lawyer, go to www.atg.wa.gov/DPY.aspx. Dated:
and as are provided by statute. V. The above de- 04/23/2018 before me Tammy Rossum, Notary Borrower and Grantor were personally served, if July 16, 2018, by Sharon Fogo, Mason County
scribed real property will be sold to satisfy the Public, personally appeared KATHERINE WHITE applicable, with said written Notice of Default or Clerk.
expense of sale and the obligation secured by personally known to me (or proved to me on the the written Notice of Default was posted in a con- 1361 July 19, 26, August 2 3t
said Deed of Trust as provided by statute. The basis of satisfactory evidence) to be person(s) spicuous place on the real property described in
sale will be made without warranty expressed or whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within Paragraph I above, and the Trustee has posses-
implied, regarding title, possession, encum- instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/ sion of proof of such service or posting. The list of
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PUBLIC NOTICE BOX 1456 McCleary, WA 98557 Unknown a debt and any information obtained will be ject of the complaint is to foreclose a deed of
ORIGINAL TRUSTEE SALE RECORDED Spouse and/or Domestic Partner of Michael Har- used for that purpose. If a discharge has been trust dated May 7, 2009 and recorded as Instru-
ON 04/13/2018 IN THE OFFICE OF THE MA- mon PO BOX 743 Hoodsport, WA 98548 Un- obtained by any party through bankruptcy pro- ment No. 1939506 given by Roy W Mckelvey
SON COUNTY RECORDER. NOTICE OF known Spouse and/or Domestic Partner of Mi- ceedings, this shall not be construed to be an and Catherine F Mckelvey, husband and wife
TRUSTEE’S SALE File No.:17-122333 Title Or- chael Harmon 218 E PINE ST McCleary, WA attempt to collect the outstanding indebtedness on property commonly known as 100E Johnson
der No.:170512815 I. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- 98557 Unknown Spouse and/or Domestic Part- or to hold you personally liable for the debt. DAT- Ridge Drive, Belfair, WA 98528-8619 and legally
EN that the undersigned Trustee, AZTEC FORE- ner of Michael Harmon 743 MT CHRISTIE DR ED this 13th day of April, 2018 AZTEC FORE- described as: Lot B-3A of Short Subdivision No.
CLOSURE CORPORATION OF WASHINGTON Hoodsport, WA 98548 by both first class and CLOSURE CORPORATION OF WASHING- 2903, recorded August 18, 1998, in Volume 3 of
will on August 24, 2018, at the hour of 10:00 am certified mail on February 26, 2018 proof of TON By: Inna D. Zagariya Vice President 1499 Short Plats, Page 64, Auditor’s File No. 673156,
at the main entrance to the Mason County Court- which is in the possession of the Trustee; and the SE Tech Center Place, Suite 255 Vancouver, and being a portion of the Southeast Quarter
house, 419 N. 4th, Shelton, WA, State of Wash- Borrower and Grantor were personally served on WA 98683 (360) 253-8017 / (877) 430-4787 (SE 1/4) of the Southwest quarter (SW1/4) of
ington, sell at public auction to the highest and February 26, 2018 with said written notice of de- ADDRESS FOR PERSONAL SERVICE Aztec Section thirteen (13), Township twenty two
best bidder, payable at time of sale, the following fault or the written notice of default was posted in Foreclosure Corporation of Washington 1499 (22) North, Range two (2) West, W.M. Includ-
described real property, situated in the County of a conspicuous place on the real property de- SE Tech Center Place, Suite 255 Vancouver, ing a 2006 Karsten mobile home, 52’ x 40’ VIN
Mason, State of Washington, to-wit: A Leasehold scribed in paragraph I above, and the Trustee WA 98683 STATE OF WASHINGTON ) ) SS. STA27642, as described in Manufactured Home
Estate Interest in and to: Lot one hundred eigh- has possession of proof of such service or post- COUNTY OF CLARK ) This instrument was ac- Title Elimination recorded December 26, 2006,
teen (118), Lake Cushman No. 7, Volume 7 of ing. VII. The Trustee whose name and address knowledged before me this 13 day of April, Auditor’s File No. 1885741. Parcel No. 22213 36
Plats, pages 23 to 27, both inclusive, records of are set forth above, and whose telephone num- 2018, by Inna D. Zagariya, Vice President. Kira 90031 and Mobile Home Parcel No. 30 01122.
Mason County, Washington. Abbrev. Legal: Lt ber is (360) 253-8017 / (877) 430-4787 will pro- Lynch Notary Public in and for the State of Together with and subject to perpetual non-ex-
118 Lake Cushman No. 7 V/P 7/23-27 Tax Parcel vide in writing to anyone requesting it, a state- Washington My Commission Expires: 10/6/2020 clusive easements for ingress, egress, utilities
No.: 42209 50 00118 Commonly known as: 340 ment of all costs and fees due at any time prior to KIRA LYNCH NOTARY PUBLIC STATE OF and drainage purposes over, under, across and
N. Mount Christie Drive, Hoodsport, WA 98548 the sale. VIII. The effect of the sale will be to de- WASHINGTON COMMISSION EXPIRES OCT. within the rights-of-way of all existing roads as
which is the subject of that certain Deed of Trust prive the Grantor and all those who hold by, 6, 2020 NPP0330630 To: MASON COUNTY they are now constructed and in use over lands
dated May 16, 2012, recorded May 21, 2012, un- through or under the Grantor of all their interest JOURNAL 07/26/2018, 08/16/2018 described in instrument recorded May 4, 1994,
der Auditor’s File No. 1989625, records of Mason in the above-described property. IX. Anyone hav- 1367 July 26, August 16 2t Auditor’s File No. 587451, as granted in instru-
County, Washington, from Michael K Harmon, a ing an objection to the sale on any grounds what- ments recorded June 30, 1994, Auditor’s File
single person as Grantor, to Northwest Trustee soever will be afforded an opportunity to be PUBLIC NOTICE Nos. 590826, 590840 and 590870. Together
Services LLC as Trustee, to secure an obligation heard as to those objections if they bring a law- NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE OF REALTY with perpetual, non-exclusive easements for
in favor of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. as Beneficiary. suit to restrain the sale pursuant to RCW PURSUANT TO THE REVISED CODE OF roadway purposes, 60 feet in width, including
II. No action commenced by the Beneficiary of 61.24.130. Failure to bring such a lawsuit may WASHINGTON CHAPTER 11.56.080. NOTICE cul-de-sacs with radii of 50 feet, as described
the Deed of Trust is now pending to seek satis- result in a waiver of any proper grounds for in- IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Attor- in instrument recorded August 16, 1994, Audi-
faction of the obligation in any Court by reason of validating the Trustee’s sale. X. NOTICE TO OC- ney for the Estate of MARK JAROS will sell by tor’s File No. 593463. The complaint seeks to
the Borrower’s or Grantor’s default on the obliga- CUPANTS OR TENANTS The purchaser at the private sale on or after AUGUST 6, 2018, the foreclose and terminate all interest of James
tion secured by the Deed of Trust. III. The trustee’s sale is entitled to possession of the following described real property, situated in the McKelvey and all other interests in the property.
Default(s) for which this foreclosure is made is/ property on the 20th day following the sale, as County of MASON, State of Washington, to-wit: The “motion” or “answer” (or “reply”) must be
are as follows: Failure to pay when due the fol- against the grantor under the deed of trust (the Situated in the county of Mason, State of Wash- given to the court clerk or administrator within
lowing amounts which are now in arrears: Delin- owner) and anyone having an interest junior to ington; 2nd EXTENSION TO MT VIEW ADD 30 days of the date of first publication specified
quent monthly payments from the June 1, 2017 the deed of trust, including occupants, who are BLK: 5 LOT: 2 & NLY 20’ OF LOT 3 commonly herein along with the required filing fee. The
installment on in the sum of $7,682.61 together not tenants. After the 20th day following the sale referred to as 1625 Madison Street, Shelton, date of first publication of the summons is July
with all fees, costs and or disbursements in- the purchaser has the right to evict occupants Washington 98584 tax parcel number: 42013- 12, 2018. If you are in the active military service
curred or paid by the beneficiary and or trustee, who are not tenants by summary proceedings 51-05002 The above-described real property is of the United States, or believe that you may be
their employees, agents or assigns. The Trust- under Chapter 59.12 RCW. For tenant-occupied listed for sale with Linda Hodge, VAN DORM entitled to protection of the SCRA, please con-
ee’s fees and costs are estimated at $2,441.48 property, the purchaser shall provide a tenant REALTY, INC., 1530 Black Lake Blvd SW, Suite tact our office. If you do not contact us, we will
as of April 11, 2018. The amount to cure the de- with written notice in accordance with RCW F, Olympia, WA 98502. Phone: 360-870-5669. report to the court that we do not believe that
fault payments as of the date of this notice is 61.24.60. XI. THIS NOTICE IS THE FINAL STEP The sale will be made on or after AUGUST 6, you are protected under the SCRA. If you have
$10,124.09. Payments and late charges may BEFORE THE FORECLOSURE SALE OF 2018, but no longer than 12 months from date of questions, you should see an attorney imme-
continue to accrue and additional advances to YOUR HOME. You have only 20 DAYS from the first publication. ALL OFFERS TO PURCHASE diately. If you need help in finding an attorney,
your loan may be made. It is necessary to con- recording date on this notice to pursue media- must be in writing and delivered to: LINDA you may contact the Oregon State Bar’s Lawyer
tact the beneficiary or Trustee prior to the time tion. DO NOT DELAY. CONTACT A HOUSING HODGE, Van Dorm Realty, Inc., 1530-F Black Referral Service online at www.oregonstatebar.
you tender the reinstatement amount so that you COUNSELOR OR AN ATTORNEY LICENSED Lake Blvd. SW, Olympia, WA 98502 DATE OF org or by calling (503) 684-3763 (in the Port-
may be advised of the exact amount you would IN WASHINGTON NOW to assess your situation FIRST PUBLICATION: July 19, 2018. MELANIE land metropolitan area) or toll-free elsewhere in
be required to pay. IV. The sum owing on the ob- and refer you to mediation if you are eligible and K. HANTZE, WSBA #27673, Attorney for Ad- Oregon at (800) 452-7636. Attorneys for Plain-
ligation secured by the Deed of Trust is: Principal it may help you save your home. See below for ministrator of the Estate of MARK JAROS, 1441 tiff, SHAPIRO & SUTHERLAND, LLC By: /s/
Balance $99,238.25, together with interest in the safe sources of help. SEEKING ASSISTANCE WEST BAY DRIVE NW, SUITE 102B, OLYM- James A. Craft James A. Craft #47763 [jcraft@
Note or other instrument secured from May 1, Housing counselors and legal assistance may PIA, WA 98502 logs.com]* 1499 SE Tech Center Place, Suite
2017, and such other costs and fees as are due be available at little or no cost to you. If you 1359 July 19, 26 2t 255, Vancouver, WA 98683 (360)260-2253; Fax
under the Note or other instrument secured, and would like assistance in determining your rights (360)260-2285
as are provided by statute. The amount neces- and opportunities to keep your house, you may PUBLIC NOTICE 1357 July 12, 19, 26, August 2, 9, 16 6t
sary to pay off the entire obligation secured by contact the following: The statewide foreclosure NOTICE AND SUMMONS BY PUBLICA-
your Deed of Trust as the date of this notice is hotline for assistance and referral to housing TION (DEPENDENCY) (SMPB) SUPERIOR PUBLIC NOTICE
$105,544.06. Interest and late charges may con- counselors recommended by the Housing Fi- COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY OF NOTICE AND SUMMONS BY PUBLICA-
tinue to accrue and additional advances to your nance Commission: Telephone (Toll-free): LEWIS JUVENILE COURT No. 18-7-00114- TION (TERMINATION) (SMPB) (OPTIONAL
loan may be made. It is necessary to contact the 1-877-894-HOME (1-877-894-4663) or Web 21 In re the Welfare of: JEREMIA EVANS JR. USE) SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON
beneficiary or Trustee prior to the time you tender site: http://www.dfi.wa.gov/consumers/home- D.O.B.: 04/11/2001 *Clerk’s Action Required* COUNTY OF MASON JUVENILE COURT In re
the payoff amount so that you may be advised of ownership/post_purchase_counselors_foreclo- TO: JEREMIA EVANS SR., Legal Father: A De- the Welfare of: WILSON, BURTON JR. D.O.B.:
the exact amount you would be required to pay. V. sure.htm. The United States Department of pendency Petition was filed on March 26 2018; 10/07/15 No: 18-7-00135-23 To: UNKNOWN
The above-described real property will be sold to Housing and Urban Development: Telephone A Fact Finding hearing will be held on this mat- BIOLOGICAL, Father A Petition to Terminate
satisfy the expense of sale and the obligation se- (Toll-free): 1-800-569-4287 or National Web ter on: August 16, 2018, at 1:30 pm at Lewis Parental Rights was filed on May 16, 2018; A
cured by the Deed of Trust as provided by stat- site: http://www.hud.gov/offices/hsg/sfh/hcc/fc/ County Superior Court, 345 W. Main St., Che- Fact Finding hearing will be held on this mat-
ute. The sale will be made without warranty ex- index.cfm?webListAction=search&searchstate halis, Washington 98532. YOU SHOULD BE ter on: August 23, 2018 at 8:30 a.m. at Mason
press or implied regarding title, possession, or =WA&filterSvc=dfc. The statewide civil legal aid PRESENT AT THIS HEARING. The hearing will County Superior Court, 419 N. 4th Street, Shel-
encumbrances on August 24, 2018. The hotline for assistance and referrals to other determine if your child is dependent as defined ton, Washington 98584. You should be present
default(s) referred to in paragraph III, together housing counselors and attorneys: Telephone in RCW 13.34.050(5). This begins a judicial at this hearing. The hearing will determine if
with any subsequent payments, late charges, ad- (Toll-Free): 1-800-606-4819 or Web site: http:// process which could result in permanent loss of your parental rights to your child are terminated.
vances, costs and fees thereafter due, must be nwjustice.org/what-clear XII. A list of the per- your parental rights. If you do not appear at If you do not appear at the hearing, the court
cured by August 13, 2018 (11 days before the sons this Notice was sent to is attached hereto the hearing, the court may enter a dependency may enter an order in your absence terminat-
sale date), to cause a discontinuance of the sale. as exhibit “A”. EXHIBIT “A” Michael K. Harmon order in your absence. To request a copy of the ing your parental rights. To request a copy of
The sale will be discontinued and terminated if at 340 N. Mount Christie Drive Hoodsport, WA Notice, Summons, and Dependency Petition, the Notice, Summons, and Termination Petition,
any time on or before August 13, 2018 (11 days 98548 Michael K. Harmon Po Box 1207 Mc- call DSHS at 360-807-7081 or 1-800-562-6926. call DCYF at 360-432-2050 or 1-888-283-2634.
before the sale date), the default(s) as set forth in Cleary, WA 98557 Michael K. Harmon PO BOX To view information about your rights, including To view information about your rights, including
paragraph III, together with any subsequent pay- 1457 McCleary, WA 98557 Michael K. Harmon right to a lawyer, go to www.atg.wa.gov/DPY. right to a lawyer, go to www.atg.wa.gov/TRM.
ments, late charges, advances, costs and fees PO BOX 1456 McCleary, WA 98557 Michael K. aspx. aspx. Dated: July 9, 2018, by Sharon Fogo, Ma-
thereafter due, is/are cured and the Trustee’s Harmon PO BOX 743 Hoodsport, WA 98548 Mi- 1358 July 19, 26, August 2 3t son County Clerk.
fees and costs are paid. The sale may be termi- chael K. Harmon 218 E PINE ST McCleary, WA 1356 July 12, 19, 26 3t
nated any time after August 13, 2018 (11 days 98557 Michael K. Harmon 743 MT CHRISTIE PUBLIC NOTICE
before the sale date), and before the sale by the DR Hoodsport, WA 98548 Unknown Spouse CIVIL SUMMONS PUBLIC NOTICE
Borrower, Grantor, any Guarantor or the holder and/or Domestic Partner of Michael Harmon IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE NOTICE AND SUMMONS BY PUBLICA-
of any recorded junior lien or encumbrance pay- 340 N. Mount Christie Drive Hoodsport, WA OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY TION (TERMINATION) (SMPB) (OPTIONAL
ing the entire principal and interest secured by 98548 Unknown Spouse and/or Domestic Part- OF MASON Wells Fargo Bank, NA, Plaintiff, vs. USE) SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON
the Deed of Trust, plus costs, fees and advances, ner of Michael Harmon Po Box 1207 McCleary, UNKNOWN HEIRS AND DEVISEES OF ROY COUNTY OF MASON JUVENILE COURT In
if any, made pursuant to the terms of the obliga- WA 98557 Unknown Spouse and/or Domestic W. MCKELVEY; UNKNOWN HEIRS AND DEVI- re the Welfare of: MALLEA, JUSTICE D.O.B.:
tion and/or Deed of Trust, and curing all other Partner of Michael Harmon PO BOX 1457 Mc- SEES OF CATHERINE F. MCKELVEY; JAMES 04/04/17 No: 18-7-00134-23 To: TIMOTHY
defaults. VI. A written notice of default was trans- Cleary, WA 98557 Unknown Spouse and/or Do- ROY MCKELVEY; SUNSET RIDGE HOME- MALLEA, Father A Petition to Terminate Pa-
mitted by the Beneficiary or Trustee to the Bor- mestic Partner of Michael Harmon PO BOX OWNERS ASSOCIATION; STATE OF WASH- rental Rights was filed on May 16, 2018; A Fact
rower and Grantor at the following addresses: 1456 McCleary, WA 98557 Unknown Spouse INGTON; OCCUPANTS OF THE PREMISES Finding hearing will be held on this matter on:
Michael K. Harmon 340 N. Mount Christie Drive and/or Domestic Partner of Michael Harmon PO Defendants. No. 17-2-432-23 TO THE DE- August 16, 2018 at 8:30 a.m. at Mason Coun-
Hoodsport, WA 98548 Michael K. Harmon Po BOX 743 Hoodsport, WA 98548 Unknown FENDANTS: James McKelvey NOTICE TO ty Superior Court, 419 N. 4th Street, Shelton,
Box 1207 McCleary, WA 98557 Michael K. Har- Spouse and/or Domestic Partner of Michael DEFENDANT: READ THESE PAPERS CARE- Washington 98584. You should be present at
mon PO BOX 1457 McCleary, WA 98557 Mi- Harmon 218 E PINE ST McCleary, WA 98557 FULLY! A lawsuit has been started against this hearing. The hearing will determine if your
chael K. Harmon PO BOX 1456 McCleary, WA Unknown Spouse and/or Domestic Partner of you in the above-entitled Court by Wells Fargo parental rights to your child are terminated. If
98557 Michael K. Harmon PO BOX 743 Hood- Michael Harmon 743 MT CHRISTIE DR Hood- Bank, NA, Plaintiff. Plaintiff’s claim is stated in you do not appear at the hearing, the court may
sport, WA 98548 Michael K. Harmon 218 E PINE sport, WA 98548 Sash, Inc. R/A: Rebecca J Bo- the written Complaint, a copy of which is on file enter an order in your absence terminating your
ST McCleary, WA 98557 Michael K. Harmon 743 mann 6811 S 204th Street #395 Kent, WA at the Mason County Courthouse. You must parental rights. To request a copy of the Notice,
MT CHRISTIE DR Hoodsport, WA 98548 Un- 98032 Lake Cushman Co. R/A: Deanne Lands- “appear” in this case or the other side will win Summons, and Termination Petition, call DSHS
known Spouse and/or Domestic Partner of Mi- verk 24113 56th Ave W Mountlake Terrace, WA automatically. To “appear” you must file with the at 360-432-2050 or 1-888-283-2634. To view in-
chael Harmon 340 N. Mount Christie Drive Hood- 98043 Lake Cushman Maintenance Co. R/A: court a legal paper called a “motion” or “answer.” formation about your rights, including right to a
sport, WA 98548 Unknown Spouse and/or Do- Keith Hillstrom 3740 N Lake Cushman Road The “motion” or “answer” must be given to the lawyer, go to www.atg.wa.gov/TRM.asp Dated:
mestic Partner of Michael Harmon Po Box 1207 Hoodsport, WA 98548 Occupant(s) 340 N. court clerk or administrator within 30 days along July 9, 2018, by Sharon Fogo, Mason County
McCleary, WA 98557 Unknown Spouse and/or Mount Christie Drive Hoodsport, WA 98548 XIII. with the required filing fee. It must be in proper Clerk.
Domestic Partner of Michael Harmon PO BOX FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT form and have proof of service on the plaintiff’s 1355 July 12, 19, 26 3t
1457 McCleary, WA 98557 Unknown Spouse NOTICE: AZTEC FORECLOSURE CORPORA- attorney or, if the plaintiff does not have an at-
and/or Domestic Partner of Michael Harmon PO TION OF WASHINGTON is attempting to collect torney, proof of service on the plaintiff. The ob-
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HARSTINE ISLAND NEWS

A variety of homes for sale on Harstine Island


T
he island has settled magic mousse. The doors to date. The year has been quiet- parcels ranging in price from down on Dana Drive there
into a long, hot, dry the community hall open a ly slip-sliding away and here $100,000 to $229,000, and is a waterfront home listed
spell – this is something little before noon and serving it is almost the end of July. As that $1.3 million parcel has for $875,000. In the past six
we can all use to get the rust starts right at noon. There I usually do, I’ll divide the is- waterfront with it. In the past months, 16 homes have sold
out of our bones. The warm are usually around 100 people land between the properties at six months, there have been and they ranged in price from
evenings make for a great who show up, so you might Hartstene Pointe and the rest 18 parcels that sold, ranging $60,000 for a three-bedroom,
way to relax and let the day want to get there early. All of the island. The reason for from a 4.6-acre parcel selling one-bathroom home on 5
settle in and last longer.  We who are 50 and older who live doing this is that the Pointe for $18,000 to 22 acres selling acres to a waterfront three-
get a in the Pioneer School District, is a gated community with for $250,000 on Camus Drive. bedroom, two-bathroom home
chance to and their friends, are in- some 500 home sites at the far The average length of time on 1.5 acres for $560,000. The
cherish our vited. There is a $4 donation north end. This development on market for these sales was average days on market for
memories.  requested to pay for the food was begun around 1970, right 138 days. There are three- these sales was 93.
We only that these volunteers cook up after the bridge was built in parcel pending sales on the As of this week, the island
had one se- for us. 1969. And, it is usually the island ranging from $45,000 has five home sales pending,
nior lunch most active area on the island.  to $77,000. ranging from $168,000 to
here in KIDS CARNIVAL AROUND Let’s start with vacant At Hartstene Pointe there $875,000. Out at the Pointe,
July, but in THE CORNER lands on the island. Current- are 18 lots for sale ranging eight homes are on the mar-
August we You need to put Aug. 11 ly, there are 35 vacant land from $22,000 to $179,000. ket, and range from $143,000
By MIKE get three on your calendar. That is the parcels for sale. There are two In the past six months there to $449,000. In the past six
CALLAGHAN of them. date for the annual kids carni- half-acre parcels for sale at have been nine lots sold months, nine homes have sold.
On Aug. val. It is always a lot of fun for $25,000 and $30,000. Usually, ranging from $16,500 to They range from $140,000
1, we get chili dogs with all kids and adults. The carnival most of the parcels for sale $135,000. There are no lots to $360,000. The average
the trimmings, crudités, a usually runs from 11 a.m. to 2 are in the 5-acre category, but pending at the Pointe.    days on market for these sold
variety of chips and brown- p.m. so the first hour will take right now only five parcels are As far as homes go, there homes was 122. There are
ies. On Aug. 15, volunteers place at the same time the in the 5-acre size. Twenty-two are only four homes active five additional homes at the
will be serving up sloppy joes, farmers market is going on. of the parcels are less than 5 on the market today. On Fox Pointe pending sale. These
macaroni salad, sliced pickles acres. Overall the parcel pric- Lane, there is a home for homes range in price from
and cook’s choice cake. Then, HERE’S YOUR REAL es range from $25,000 to $1.3 $325,000; over off Point Wil- $160,000 to $356,000.
on Aug. 29, you can look for ESTATE ROUNDUP million. This one is 45 acres son there is one for $377,000;
a sausage stew, sweet po- I thought it was about time on South Island Drive. out Plantation Way there is n Mike Callaghan can be
tato rolls, crudités and Jell-O for a real estate market up- There are 10 waterfront one for $400,000; and way reached at sobadog@msn.com.
Thursday, July 26, 2018 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page B-13

CALENDAR
JULY 26 $25 for a family of four. All Wear workout or comfortable AUG. 3 at 360-507-8739 or Lee Le-
A Smiles Forever Dance will proceeds support local youth clothing and join in the fun. Family bingo will be held Garde at 360-545-7523.
take place from 4:30 to 6:30 programs. For more informa- Water will be provided. For from 2 to 4 p.m. at the HUB,
p.m. at the HUB Center for tion, call 360-426-0512. more information, call 360- 111 NE Old Belfair Highway, AUG. 6
Seniors, 111 NE Old Belfair 426-1362. Belfair. Cost is $3 for eight South Sound Quilters meet
Highway, Belfair. This dance JULY 30 games. For more information, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ma-
for people with disabilities South Sound Quilters meet The Lewis Mason Thurston call 360-275-0535. son County PUD 3, 2621
is open to all ages. Prizes, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ma- Area Agency on Aging’s Advi- E. Johns Prairie Road. The
refreshments and a live band son County PUD 3, 2621 sory Council will have a meet- Shelton Timberland Library group meets every Monday
will be on hand. Free. The E. Johns Prairie Road. The ing at 9:30 a.m. at its Olympia presents Sex and Terrorism in except federal holidays. For
event happens on the fourth group meets every Monday office, 2404 Heritage Court Bangladesh: The Marginaliza- more information, call 360-
Thursday of every month. For except federal holidays. For SW, Suite A. For more infor- tion of LGBTQ Communities, 432-8308.
more information or to volun- more information, call 360- mation, call 360-664-2168. 5:30 to 7 p.m. for adults and
teer, call 360-830-5737. 432-8308. teens, at the library, 710 W. AUG. 7
AUG. 2 Alder St. Bangladeshi free- A representative from the
JULY 27 A Loss of a Loved One grief A financial aid representative lance journalist and human state Department of Social
Family bingo will be held support group will meet from will be at Olympic College rights specialist Raad Rah- and Health Services will be at
from 2 to 4 p.m. at the HUB, 2 to 4 p.m. at New Com- Shelton, 937 W. Alpine Way, man will discuss the killing of Olympic College Shelton, 937
111 NE Old Belfair Highway, munity Church of Union, 951 from 9 a.m. to noon. For more Bangladeshi LGBTQ activ- W. Alpine Way, from 8:30 a.m.
Belfair. Cost is $3 for eight E. Dalby Road, Union. The information, or to schedule an ist Xulhaz Mannan in 2016. to 4 p.m. to help the public
games. For more information, group meets that last Monday appointment, call 360-432- This lecture will explore the with a variety of services and
call 360-275-0535. of each month. 5400. themes of visibility and re- answer questions. Drop-ins
pression in a climate of grow- welcome. For more informa-
JULY 29 JULY 31 A student orientation to ad- ing terror against minority tion, call 360-432-5400.
Mason County Search and A representative from the vising and registration event populations in Bangladesh.
Rescue will have an open Washington Department of will take place at noon for She appears courtesy of A representative will be
house at 10 a.m. at 305 S. Social and Health Services new students at Olympic Col- Hypatia-in-the-Woods artist available to meet with active
First St., Shelton. Come learn will be available to help re- lege Shelton, 937 W. Alpine retreat. For more information, duty service members, veter-
about search and rescue and view applications for food Way. For more information, call 360-426-1362. ans and their families to learn
discuss volunteer opportuni- and cash assistance and call 360-432-5400. about VA education benefits,
ties. Coffee, tea and pastries more from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. AUG. 4 tuition assistance and more
will be provided. For more in- at Olympic College Shelton, Shelton Timberland Library A potluck picnic will be from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
formation, call 360-474-5125. 937 W. Alpine Way, Shelton. presents Kaleidoscope Play held by the Logger’s Memo- Olympic College Shelton, 937
Drop-ins welcome. and Learn from 10 to 11:30 rial Camp Govey and Camp W. Alpine Way, Shelton. Walk-
The Shelton Kiwanis Club a.m. for children up to age 6 Grisdale from noon to 6 p.m. ins welcome. For more infor-
will host Pancakes in the AUG. 1 at the library, 710 W. Alder St. at 280 SE Binns Swiger Loop mation, call 360-432-5400.
Park from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Shelton Timberland Library Join this facilitated play group Road. Bring a potluck dish
Kneeland Park, 100 Turner presents Zumba from 6 to 7 and enjoy stories, rhymes and and picture or memorabilia n To submit a calendar item,
Ave., Shelton. Tickets are $9 p.m. for adults and teens at play activities. For more infor- to share. For more informa- email news@masoncounty.
for one adult or two kids or the library, 710 W. Alder St. mation, call 360-426-1362. tion or to RSVP, call Jim Mell com.

CHURCH DIRECTORY

28240
Mt. Olive
Lutheran Church
HARVEST FOURSQUARE Missouri Synod
Sunday Service 10 a.m. at
Olympic Middle School (800 E. K Street) Contemporary Service 8:30am
Sunday morning worship @ 10:00 a.m.
(July 1-Labor Day)
All other services held at: Christian Education 10:00am
1212 Connection Street, Shelton Harvest Foursquare Church Traditional Worship 11:00am
360.426.8611 / www.faithshelton.org 910 E. Dearborn Avenue in Shelton 206 East Wyandotte Avenue www.mtoliveshelton.org
Rev. Doug Peterson
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) Pastor David Wilson 360-426-3305 Office 360-426-6353 Daycare 360-427-3165
28134

New Community
Church of Union
St. David of Wales
E P I S C O PA L C H U R C H
951 E. Dalby Rd. Union
Sunday Gatherings
(All are welcome!) SUNDAY SERVICES
Worship Services 8:30 and 10:30 7:30 and 10:30 a.m.
Sunday School 10:30 www.sdow.org
28156

360-898-7855 www.thenccu.org 426-8472 • 324 W. Cedar Street in Shelton


28243

210 W. Shelton Valley Rd.


Gethsemane Spring Road Chapel
First Church of God
Seventh-Day Ministries (Anderson, Indiana)

Sundays 9:00 & 10:30 AM


Adventist Church (nondenominational)
(360) 898-2752
Pastor Sidney E. Thorne
1113 E. Shelton Springs Road
Wednesdays 7:00 PM Live Contemporary Worship in Shelton
Children, Youth, Adults — Saturday —
• Bible Study 10:00 a.m. Meets 7pm Saturdays 360-427-6998
405 S. 7th Street, by the RR tracks
• Worship Service 11:00 a.m. 2320 Washington St.• Shelton Sunday Worship Service at 11:00 a.m.
www.GatewayCF.com
360-426-2758 426-2776 • sheltonadventistchurch.com
Gethsemane-Ministries.com Wednesday Bible Study at 2:00 p.m.

Philippians 4:4:
“Rejoice in the Lord always.
I will say it again: Rejoice!”
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CLASSIFIEDS
360-426-4412 / Deadline Monday 5 pm
ADVERTISING AUTO PARTS CARS & TRUCKS EVENTS FREE GARAGE SALES
REACH 20,000 local & SERVICES Belfair. Located at 5961 E. classified listing or $1,575 GIVING SOMETHING HOOD CANAL Food Bank
readers per week. 20 words State Route 3, Shelton. Call for a display ad. Call this away? If so, we will be annual yard sale Aug. 3 &
$10.35. Buy 3 weeks, 360-426-2907. (S TFN) newspaper at 360-426- happy to do that too! We’ll 4 at Fire Hall, 331 N. Finch
4th week Free. Deadline Service, Jason Phillips,
owner/operator 360- 4412 or WNPA at 360-344- run your “free” ad once for Creek Rd., Hoodsport 9am-
is Monday 5pm. Email GILLIS AUTO Center, your 2938 for details. (W tfn) 4pm. Bake sale, raffles. Hot
968-9197, Jason@ one-stop shop! Chrysler, free! Call 360-426-4412 (J
classifieds@masoncounty. tfn) dogs, potato salad, chips,
americanturboservice.com,
com or call the Journal
www.americanturboservice.
Ford, Dodge, Jeep. 360-
426-5585. Hwy. 101, FARM & GARDEN drinks. Homemade ice
8am-5pm Monday-Friday at
(360) 426-4412. (J tfn) com. (A tfn) 2nd Shelton exit. www. GARAGE SALES cream sandwiches. Lots of
items, too much to list. (H
gillisautocenter.com (G tfn)
ATVs BOATS&MOTORS LIVING EARTH Grow
7/26-8/2)
CATERING Supply, Indoor garden
supplies, living soil
YARD SALE Saturday
7/28, 9-5 at 160 N Fairway
BIG SALE, lots
household goods, kids’
of

BOAT SPECIAL Boat ads organics, hydroponics and Dr., Hoodsport: Camping toys, baby clothes, crib.
OFF ROAD buggy, two TEMPTING EATS & more. 930 E. Johns Prairie equipment, Porter-Cable Truck camper $500, self-
seater, full cage, $2,250. include 50 words, photo,
border, headline $49 for 8 Treats, everything from Road, Shelton WA 98584 floor nailer, mountain contained women’s clothes
Ed 360-877-2520 or 559- Catering to Cakes. Natasha 360-426-3022. Find us on bike, luggage, golf sets, (medium to large). Fri & Sat
356-2277 (R 7/19-8/9) weeks (flat fee) call (360)
426-4412 (J tfn) Amick, 360-790-0984, Facebook. (L tfn) games, men’s clothing XL, 7/27 & 7/28, and Sat. Aug.
temptingeatsandtreats@ dishware, crafts, and more. 4th. Lake Limerick, 551
AUTO PARTS BUSINESS gmail.com (T tfn) FLEA MARKETS No early birds. (L 7/26) Olde Lyme Rd. (C 7/26)
GARAGE SALE, Tools,
& SERVICES OPPORTUNITIES COMPUTERS NOT YOUR typical garage
sale! Old signs, military misc. Fri, Sat. 27th, 28th. 9
FLEA MARKET & Art Fair collectibles, sports and am - 6 pm. 950 N Duckabush
– 4th Annual! At Skyline non sports cards, cast Dr. N, Hoodsport (R 7/26)
COMPUTER SERVICE at Drive-In Theater, est. 1964. iron, collectible glass (i.e.
AMERICAN TURBO your door and more. Dave’s ESTATE/SHOP Sale July
WHO YA gonna call? Saturday, August 11th Fenton, Viking). Too much
When you’ve got a project Computer Service 360-898- 9am-3pm. Free Admission 28-29 Sat & Sun 10am-4pm,
to list! See photos on no early birds. Tools, more.
that needs to be done, 3800. No travel fees, free for Buyers! Sellers, $25
Goldsborough call the local company
that wants your business
estimate (D tfn) per space (approx. 20’ x
20’). Vender info: 360-426-
Craigslist. Saturday only
9-3PM. 1271 E. Benson
Lake Drive Grapeview (A
200 SE Hidden Springs Dr.,
Shelton WA (F 7/26)
Creek so much they put an ad
in the paper! Call the
DEALS & STEALS 6598, 866-624-7351, or
toll-free 866-624-7351.
7/26) DON’T MISS us at 11
Reindeer Lane in Christmas
Apartments experts! See the Business
& Service Directory in this $50 & UNDER items run
skylinemarket64@gmail.
com, www.skylinedrive-in.
AUTOMOTIVE TOOL &
Equipment Sale Saturday
Village Friday, August 3rd
and Saturday, August 4th
week’s Shelton-Mason com (S 7/12-8/9) July 28, 9:00-4:00 581 E from 9am to 2 pm. Quality
is accepting wait County Journal. For more
1 week Free under this
classification! Call 360-
Way To Tipperary Shelton furniture, yard and garden
list applications for information, call (360) 426-
4412. (J tfn)
426-4412 now to put your
item in next week’s Journal!
FOR RENT (Lake Limerick) (B 7/26)
MULTI-FAMILY yard sale
tools, old cameras, and lots
of good “stuff.” (H 7/26-8/2)
seniors ages 62 and (J tfn) August 2-3-4, 9am-4 Thurs COMMUNITY-WIDE
CARS & TRUCKS CARETAKER COTTAGE & Fri, 9-2 Sat. 228 1st St. garage sale, Lake Limerick
better. HUD subsidized, ESTATE SALES Rental – Grapeview 2
bdrm, 2 ba. Reduced rent
Come find what you’re not
looking for! (T 7/26-8/2)
Country Club, July 28 9am,
790 E. St. Andrews Drive,
controlled access, 1996 BUICK Park Avenue, for daily caretaker work. Shelton (B 7/26)
one owner vehicle. Only ESTATE SALE this weekend Experience with chainsaws,
garden setting, minutes 70,000 actual miles. Interior July 27-29, 8am-5pm 2311 tractors, backhoes, and
and exterior excellent, tires King St., Shelton. Selling riding mowers. Best suited
from downtown almost new, new battery, all things, from antiques, for someone retired. Credit/
always garaged. Estate background check. No pets,
shopping. Non-Smoking sale, must see. Seabeck
furniture, collectibles, entire
household. (H 7/26) no smokers. 360-275-4127
area, $15,500, 360-710- (P 7/12-8/2)
Property. 23 1-Br. and 2981. (K 7/26-8/16) ESTATE/SHOP Sale July
FOR RENT Rental ad
28-29 Sat & Sun 10am-
one 2-Br. 303 S 7th St., CARS $995 and up, Sun 4pm, no early birds. Tools, special 35 words includes
Auto Sales. Large selection more. 200 SE Hidden photo, border, and headline.
(306) 426-3903 of low priced cars, trucks, Springs Dr., Shelton WA (F $25 per week. Call (360)
vans, SUVs. Cash priced 7/26) 426-4412 (J tfn)
to sell. From Shelton, take
18754 State Route 3 E. towards
EVENTS FOR SALE
PANCAKES IN the Park OFF ROAD buggy, two
Sunday, July 29th 7am- seater, full cage, $2,250. Ed
1pm, Kneeland Park. 360-877-2520 or 559-356-
Presented by Shelton 2277 (R 7/19-8/9)
Kiwanis Club, this is the SELL SOMETHING (or
69th annual family all you things!) with a listing here.
can eat celebration with Buy 3 weeks, get the 4th
live music, free books, and week free. Or, run it ‘til it
face painting as well as sells, $49 flat fee for up to
fresh pancakes, scrambled 50 words, includes photo,
eggs, sausage, ham, juice, border and headline. Call
milk, Urraco coffee, &/or 360-426-4412. (J tfn)
hot chocolate. Only $9 for
31000

1 adult or 2 kids, $25 for PLACE AN AD in the Journal


a family of 4. All proceeds Classified section to buy or
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support local youth sell. Call 360-426-4412.


programs. (S 7/12-7/26)
360-275-2868 800-773-3227 AUGUST 4th 2018 Potluck
Picnic: Logger’s Memorial
Camp
Grisdale.
Govey Camp
12:00~6pm
NOW HIRING!
Saturday, August 4th, 2018,
280 SE Binns Swiger Loop ENTRY LEVEL
Road, Shelton WA. Please Shelton Division | spi-ind.com/careers
bring a potluck dish, BYOB.
Please bring pictures and/
We are an (EOE) Equal Opportunity Employer, including
those with a disability and veterans.
POSITIONS
UNION $330,000 PARADISE IN UNION, WA $49,900 or memorabilia to share.
WOW 40 AC IN UNION. Close to Hood Canal Bldg lot w/view of Hood Canal. Gentle slope RSVP: Jim Mell at 360-507- If you are responsible, eager to learn, interested in a challenge and ready to
and Alderbrook. Great potential for developers from road up to level building area. Golf, 8739 or Lee LeGarde 360- work, then we invite you to GROW WITH US.
or large homesite. Water available through public boat launch, Olympic Natl. Park/ 545-7523. (L 7/12-8/2)
PUD. Bradley Byerly hiking, Fine dining close by! Richard McArthur BINGO KARAOKE party Our SHELTON DIVISION is hiring for ENTRY LEVEL POSITIONS with
360-801-4088 #1285561 360-801-1897 #1187582 at the Pavilion, last Friday
COLLINS LAKE FRONTAGE $45,000 ALLYN $110,000 great opportunities for advancement including production, equipment
of the month, 7-10 pm,
60’ of lake frontage. Great home site or Level acreage in the heart of Allyn. Walk to doors open at 6pm. Open maintenance, and leadership. Must be at least 18 with one year recent,
weekend getaway. Water and power on town. Build your dream home or develop this to adults 21 and older. The verifiable work history. Tobacco and drug-free work environment. Excellent
property. Surrounded by forest lands, fabulous land with multiple residential homes. Karri Pavilion, 190 W. Sentry
hiking and RV allowed. Kim Wilson Hohmann. 360-277-5107 #545587 Drive, Shelton, WA 98584 benefit package including paid vacation, retirement contributions, and low
360-731-1040 #1231407 BEARDS COVE $38,900 (behind Gillis Ford & Auto cost health benefits.
MAGGIE LAKE $38,500 View Lot in Beards Cove. This sloped lot would Center and next to Sentry
Lovely shy 1/2 ac with 20’ wft. Established be ideal for a daylight basement. Community Mini-Storage). Fundraiser
drive into property w/ storage shed too. park and recreation area on Hood Canal. for the Mason County
Senior Activities Center. For Apply Sierra Pacific Industries
Great piece for RV/camper. Community park Community water system.
ON 421 S. Front Street
IN PERSy!
for swimming, fishing,etc. Jennifer Landreth Barbara Huson 360-277-5120 #1289108 more information: 360-426-
7374 * info@mcsacresnet.
360-286-4542 #1219341
(M tfn) toda Shelton, WA 98584
PROMOTE YOUR regional Monday-Friday, 9AM-4PM
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Thursday, July 26, 2018 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page B-15

CLASSIFIEDS
360-426-4412 / Deadline Monday 5 pm
GARAGE SALES HEATING & A/C HELP WANTED HELP WANTED LOST & FOUND MUSIC &
ANNUAL LAKELAND 2139. Licensed, bonded, put legal and office skills, relations, and information pet listings for free? It’s true! INSTRUMENTS
Village community garage insured. EPA, PTCS, knowledge of municipal/ technology. This position (J tfn)
sale Saturday, August 4th Frymaster certified, City structure, and also provides general
8am-. Allyn, off Hwy. 3, NW Ductless “Master supervisory skills to work
in a variety of interesting
policy and administration MISCELLANEOUS anniversary, holiday party,
celebration of life or even
enter E. Lakeland Drive Installer,” WA Contr. Lic. support to City Manager a big event such as a fair
or E. Homestead Drive. (L ARCHMMI902MN, www. and challenging ways. The and City Council, and will or festival, I have probably
7/26-8/2) archmechanical.com (A tfn) following are examples of serve as City Manager in IS THE care of an elder provided music for something
combinations of education, City Manager’s absence. loved one leaving you like it before. (D TFN)
FREE GARAGE Sale kit training and experience that
with signs and price tag HELP WANTED may qualify an applicant for
This position requires a
bachelor’s degree in finance
frazzled and keeping you
labels with your ad here!
Garage sale ads that give
this position: Associate’s or accounting, public or
up at night? Does the health
care system and finding PERSONALS
degree (AA) in paralegal business administration solutions overwhelm you?
lots of details, including the JUDICIAL SUPPORT studies and five (5) or or closely related field,
address, days and times Specialist I with Mason Don’t know where to start?
more years’ experience in a preferably with a master’s Alpine Way can help you LOSS OF a Loved One
of the sale do best. List County District Court relevant office setting (legal/ degree in one of the above Grief Support group NCCU
all your major items and $2,919-$3,739/monthly. sort out your options and
municipal); or bachelor’s areas; and experience as a walk you through a solution (New Community Church
give directions from major Mason County job degree (BA/BS) in relevant department head or five (5) of Union) 951 E Dalby Rd.
roadways or landmarks. application required & that fits your situation. No
field and a certificate in years directing the financial hard sells, only answers to Union, WA 98592 Last
Plan ahead and run your available at www.co.mason. paralegal studies or legal services of a municipality, Monday of the month 2 - 4
ad for 2 weeks instead wa.us or Mason County hard questions. Call Trudy
secretarial certification, and experience or Cyndy at 360-426-2600. pm (N tfn)
of one to get even better Human Resources, 411 N and three (3) or more years’ coordinating and managing
results. Call 360-426-4412 A (8/3-tfn)
to place your ad 8am-5pm
Fifth St, Shelton WA 98584.
Open Until Filled. (M 7/26-
experience in a relevant
office setting (legal/
centralized services,
including data processing, HOME SECURITY. Leading PETS
Monday-Friday, visit the 8/2) municipal); or juris doctor and personnel. For a smart home provider Vivint
Journal office at 227 W. degree (JD) and one (1) detailed job description Smart Home has an offer
Cota St., Shelton 1 block FULL AND part-time, Taylor KITTEN RESCUE of Mason
Sub and Burger in Shelton, or more years’ experience and City employment just for you. Call 866-387-
S. of Treasures Thrift Store in a relevant office setting 2013 to get a professionally County. Cats and kittens
kitchen assistant and application, Please see available to indoor only
on Railroad Ave., or email (legal/municipal). For a the City website at www. installed home security
classifieds@masoncounty. cashier, $11.50/hr. Text only homes. Website kittenresq.
please (253) 929-9856 (T detailed job description sheltonwa.gov or call Mari system with $0 activation.
com. Deadline is Monday and City employment (W 7/26) net, contact 360-584-0594 or
7/19-8/9) at 360-432-5109. Email 360-426-2455. (K 5/23 TFN)
by 5pm. (J tfn) application, Please see completed application and
TRUCK DRIVER I (Belfair) the City website at www. WASHINGTON DIVORCE-
resume to mari.herold@
REMEMBER, TAKE Down
your garage sale signs after with Mason County Public sheltonwa.gov or call Mari sheltonwa.gov or mail to
Separation, $155. $175
with children. No court
REAL ESTATE
your sale. Your neighbors Works $20.73-$23.78/ at 360-432-5109. Email Attn: Mari Herold, Human
hourly. Mason County job completed application and appearances. Includes
will thank you! (J tfn) Resources, 525 W. Cota property, bills, custody,
application required & resume to mari.herold@ Street, Shelton, WA 98584, HOBBY FARM? 3 bdrm,
ESTATE SALE this weekend available at www.co.mason. sheltonwa.gov or mail to support. Complete
no later than 5:00 pm July preparation of documents. 2 1/4 baths, 2 car garage,
July 27-29, 8am-5pm 2311 wa.us or Mason County Attn: Mari Herold, Human 31, 2018, for first review. over 4 ac. Barn & garden
King St., Shelton. Selling Human Resources, 411 N Resources, 525 W. Cota Legal Alternatives,
Position open until filled. 503-772-5295. www. space. $340,000. MLS#
all things, from antiques, Fifth St, Shelton WA 98584, Street, Shelton, WA 98584, EOE/ADA (C 7/5-7/26) 1266564 Shelton Land &
furniture, collectibles, entire Open Until Filled. (M 7/19- no later than 5:00 pm July paralegalalternatives.com
(W 7/26) Homes LLC 360-426-5555
household. (H 7/26)
ESTATE/SHOP Sale July
26)
OPERATIONS &
31, 2018, for first review.
Position open until filled. HOUSECLEANING DONATE YOUR car to
or John 360-490-6654 (S
7/12-8/2)
28-29 Sat & Sun 10am- MAINTENANCE / ER&R EOE/ADA (C 7/5-7/26) charity. Receive maximum
value of write off for your SHORECREST LIVING!
4pm, no early birds. Tools, Administrator with THE CITY of Shelton SHELTON HOUSE 2 bdrm 3 bath manuf,
more. 200 SE Hidden Mason County Public is looking for a Human taxes. Running or not! All
Cleaning, Satisfaction conditions accepted. Free out building, RV hook up,
Springs Dr., Shelton WA (F Works $4,677-$5,552/ Resources Manager, guaranteed, free estimates, saltwater access, pool,
7/26) monthly. Mason County $5,654 - $7,351/month pickup. Call for details, 855-
residential, commercial, 635-4229. (W 7/26) $165,000. MLS# 1306634
job application required & DOQ. The Human new construction. Move Shelton Land & Homes LLC
HEALTH&BEAUTY available at www.co.mason.
wa.us or Mason County
Resources Manager is
responsible for managing
in, move out, weekly,
monthly, one-time. Lidia MORTGAGES
360-426-5555 or Michelle
360-701-4221 (S 7/12-8/2)
Human Resources, 411 all City personnel functions, Masligin 360-463-2884. Lic.
N Fifth St, Shelton WA providing support to UBI604111759, Bonded & NICE 2001 MANUF. Home!
98584,Open Until Filled. (M all departments, and Insured (S tfn) OFFERING HOME loans on 1.48 acres, secluded,
HEALTHY, BEAUTIFUL away from road, near
and well-informed Mason 7/19-26) ensuring compliance and mortgage services:
Pioneer School, $230,000.
County residents read
the Journal, because
THE CITY of Shelton is
looking for a City Clerk/ Legal
with employment laws,
collective bargaining LANDSCAPING Peninsula Credit Union,
Thomas ‘TJ’ Bracken, Real MLS# 1308223 Shelton
agreements and City Estate Loan Officer NMLS Land & Homes LLC 360-
knowledge is power, Professional Assistant, 426-5555 or Michelle 360-
especially when it comes $4,651-$6,047/month DOQ. policies and procedures. #669886, 360-426-1601,
The Human Resources QUEEN ANNE’S ext. 3161, tbracken@pcfcu. 701-4221 (S 7/12-8/2)
to the best local news – This position combines Landscaping 100% green
including health news. Live traditional City Clerk duties Manager also serves as org * www.pcfcu.org., 521 LOG HOME! 2 bdrm, 1
the City’s Risk Manager, installation, restoring, W. Railroad * PO Box 2150,
longer, Subscribe today! with legal professional consultation, creative bath on over 1/2 ac. 24 X
Senior discounts for 55+ support services. This and performs duties Shelton, WA 98584 * PCU 36 shop/garage, 2 lakes/
of a highly confidential designs with photos, NMLS #401239, Equal
too. Call 360-426-4412. (J position reports to and staging, pruning, high bank saltwater access $189,000.
tfn) directly supports the City and sensitive nature. housing opportunity. (P tfn) MLS# 1293165 Shelton
This position requires restoration. 360-426-4598
Manager, and as the Legal QUEENA10440R. (P tfn) Land & Homes LLC 360-
HEATING & A/C Professional functions as
the liaison between the
a bachelor’s degree in
human resources, business JOEL’S LANDSCAPING
MUSIC & 426-5555 or Jodie 360-589-
9694 (S 7/12-8/2)
City and contracted legal
services (City Attorney),
administration,
administration,
public
planning
full yard maintenance,
paver flagstone patios, INSTRUMENTS COUNTRY LIVING in Style!
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PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES


PUBLIC NOTICE WASHINGTON. More commonly known as: 101 by the Housing Finance Commission: Toll-free: encumbrances on 8/3/2018. The defaults re-
NOTICE AND SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION NORTHEAST BRYAN LANE, BELFAIR, WA 1-877-894-HOME (1-877-894-4663) or Web site: ferred to in Paragraph III must be cured by
(TERMINATION) (SMPB) (OPTIONAL USE) SU- 98528 which is subject to that certain Deed of http://www.dfi.wa.gov/consumers/homeowner- 7/23/2018 (11 days before the sale date), or by
PERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY Trust dated 10/13/2005, recorded 10/14/2005, ship/post_purchase_counselors_foreclosure. other date as permitted in the Note or Deed of
OF MASON JUVENILE COURT In re the Wel- under Instrument No. 1851151 records of htm. The United States Department of Housing Trust, to cause a discontinuance of the sale. The
fare of: SCHRAMM, COLBY D.O.B.: 10/12/17 MASON County, Washington, from TODD S. and Urban Development: Toll-free: 1-800-569- sale will be discontinued and terminated if at any
No: 18-7-00097-23 To: THREASA SCHRAMM, BROUSSARD AND THERESA M. BIEHL, HUS- 4287 or National Web Site: http://portal.hud.gov/ time before 7/23/2018 (11 days before the sale),
MOTHER: and To: UNKNOWN BIOLOGICAL, BAND AND WIFE, as grantor(s), to LAND TITLE hudportal/HUD or for Local counseling agen- or by other date as permitted in the Note or Deed
FATHER A Petition to Terminate Parental Rights COMPANY, as original trustee, to secure an ob- cies in Washington: http://www.hud.gov/offices/ of Trust, the default as set forth in Paragraph III is
was filed on April 4, 2018; A Fact Finding hearing ligation in favor of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC hsg/sfh/hcc/fc/index.cfm?webListAction=search cured and the Trustee’s fees and costs are paid.
will be held on this matter on: August 16, 2018 at REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. SOLELY AS &searchstate=WA&filterSvc=dfc The statewide Payment must be in cash or with cashiers or cer-
8:30 a.m. at Mason County Superior Court, 419 NOMINEE FOR WESTSOUND BANK, DBA civil legal aid hotline for assistance and refer- tified checks from a State or federally chartered
N. 4th Street, Shelton, Washington 98584. You WESTSOUND MORTGAGE, ITS SUCCES- rals to other housing counselors and attorneys: bank. The sale may be terminated any time after
should be present at this hearing. The hearing SORS AND ASSIGNS, as original beneficiary, Telephone: 1-800-606-4819 or Web site: http:// the 7/23/2018 (11 days before the sale date) and
will determine if your parental rights to your child the beneficial interest in which was subsequently nwjustice.org/what-clear. Additional disclaimers before the sale, by the Borrower or Grantor or the
are terminated. If you do not appear at the hear- assigned to Ditech Financial LLC, the Benefi- provided by the Trustee: If you have previously holder of any recorded junior lien or encum-
ing, the court may enter an order in your absence ciary, under an assignment recorded under Au- been discharged through bankruptcy, you may brance by paying the principal and interest, plus
terminating your parental rights. To request a ditors File Number 2058252 II. No action com- have been released of personal liability for this costs, fees and advances, if any, made pursuant
copy of the Notice, Summons, and Termination menced by the Beneficiary of the Deed of Trust loan in which case this letter is intended to exer- to the terms of the obligation and/or Deed of
Petition, call DSHS at 360-432-2050 or 1-888- is now pending to seek satisfaction of the obli- cise the noteholders rights against the real prop- Trust, and curing all other defaults. VI. A written
283-2634. To view information about your rights, gation in any Court by reason of the Borrower’s erty only. Dated: 3/28/2018 Quality Loan Service Notice of Default was transmitted by the Benefi-
including right to a lawyer, go to www.atg.wa.gov/ or Grantor’s default on the obligation secured by Corp. of Washington, as Trustee By: Chelsea ciary or Trustee to the Borrower(s) and Grantor(s)
TRM.aspx. Dated: July 9, 2018, by Sharon Fogo, the Deed of Trust/Mortgage. III. The default(s) for Bonds, Assistant Secretary Trustee’s Mailing Ad- by both first class and certified mail, proof of
Mason County Clerk. which this foreclosure is made is/are as follows: dress: Quality Loan Service Corp. of Washington which is in the possession of the Trustee; and the
1354 July 12, 19, 26 3t Failure to pay when due the following amounts C/O Quality Loan Service Corp. 411 Ivy Street, Borrower and Grantor were personally served, if
which are now in arrears: $10,926.12. IV. The San Diego, CA 92101 (866) 645-7711 Trustee’s applicable, with said written Notice of Default or
PUBLIC NOTICE sum owing on the obligation secured by the Deed Physical Address: Quality Loan Service Corp. the written Notice of Default was posted in a con-
HOOD CANAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. of Trust is: The principal sum of $108,134.36, to- of Washington 108 1 st Ave South, Suite 202 spicuous place on the real property described in
404 NOTICE OF MEETING TO ADOPT 2018- gether with interest as provided in the Note from Seattle, WA 98104 (866) 925-0241 Sale Line: Paragraph I above, and the Trustee has posses-
19 BUDGET AND CONDUCT PUBLIC HEAR- 3/1/2017 on, and such other costs and fees as 800-280-2832 or Login to: http://wa.qualityloan. sion of proof of such service or posting. The list of
ING NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to RCW are provided by statute. V. The above-described com Trustee Sale Number : WA-17-801132-SW recipients of the Notice of Default is listed within
28A.505.050 and RCW 28A.505.060, that the real property will be sold to satisfy the expense IDSPub #0138828 7/5/2018 7/26/2018 the Notice of Foreclosure provided to the
Board of Directors (the “Board”) of Hood Canal of sale and the obligation secured by the Deed 1153 July 5, 26 2t Borrower(s) and Grantor(s). These requirements
School District No. 404, Mason County, Wash- of Trust as provided by statute. Said sale will be were completed as of 2/16/2018. VII. The Trustee
ington (the “District”) will hold a regular meeting made without warranty, expressed or implied, PUBLIC NOTICE whose name and address are set forth below will
on July 26, 2018, commencing at 5:15 PM in regarding title, possession or encumbrances on NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Pursuant to provide in writing to anyone requesting it, a state-
the school library, located at 111 N State Route 8/3/2018. The defaults referred to in Paragraph III the Revised Code of Washington 61.24, et seq. ment of all costs and fees due at any time prior to
106, Shelton, Washington. The meeting is called must be cured by 7/23/2018 (11 days before the TS No.: WA-18-803916-SH APN No.: the sale. VIII. The effect of the sale will be to de-
for the purpose of fixing and adopting the bud- sale date), or by other date as permitted in the 221321290375 Title Order No.: 180006734-WA- prive the Grantor and all those who hold by,
get of the District for the ensuing 2018-19 fiscal Note or Deed of Trust, to cause a discontinuance MSW Deed of Trust Grantor(s): KIM M KING, through or under the Grantor of all their interest
year. Prior to adoption of the 2018-19 budget, of the sale. The sale will be discontinued and ter- LEELAND G KING Deed of Trust Grantee(s): in the above-described property. IX. Anyone hav-
the Board will hold a hearing for the purpose minated if at any time before 7/23/2018 (11 days MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION ing any objections to this sale on any grounds
of receiving comments from the public on the before the sale), or by other date as permitted SYSTEMS, INC., AS NOMINEE FOR WILMING- whatsoever will be afforded an opportunity to be
2018-19 budget. Any person may appear at the in the Note or Deed of Trust, the default as set TON FINANCE INC. Deed of Trust Instrument/ heard as to those objections if they bring a law-
hearing and be heard for or against any part of forth in Paragraph III is cured and the Trustee’s Reference No.: 1888049 I.NOTICE IS HEREBY suit to restrain the sale pursuant to RCW
the 2018-19 budget, the four year budget plan, fees and costs are paid. Payment must be in GIVEN that Quality Loan Service Corp. of Wash- 61.24.130. Failure to bring such a lawsuit may
or any proposed changes to uses of enrichment cash or with cashiers or certified checks from a ington, the undersigned Trustee, will on 8/3/2018, result in a waiver of any proper grounds for in-
funding under RCW 28A.505.240. Upon conclu- State or federally chartered bank. The sale may at 9:00 AM At the Main Entrance to the Mason validating the Trustee’s sale. X. NOTICE TO OC-
sion of the hearing, the Board shall fix and deter- be terminated any time after the 7/23/2018 (11 County Courthouse, located at 419 N. 4th Street CUPANTS OR TENANTS – The purchaser at the
mine the appropriation from each fund contained days before the sale date) and before the sale, (4th & Alder), Shelton, WA 98584 sell at public Trustee’s Sale is entitled to possession of the
in the 2018-19 budget and shall, by resolution, by the Borrower or Grantor or the holder of any auction to the highest and best bidder, payable in property on the 20th day following the sale, as
adopt the 2018-19 budget, the four year bud- recorded junior lien or encumbrance by paying the form of credit bid or cash bid in the form of against the Grantor under the deed of trust (the
get plan summary, and the four-year enrollment the principal and interest, plus costs, fees and cashier’s check or certified checks from federally owner) and anyone having an interest junior to
projection. 2018-19 budget information may be advances, if any, made pursuant to the terms of or State chartered banks, at the time of sale the the deed of trust, including occupants who are
obtained by contacting Jeanie Beebe, Business the obligation and/or Deed of Trust, and curing following described real property, situated in the not tenants. After the 20th day following the sale
Manager at 360.877.5463 extension 204. all other defaults. VI. A written Notice of Default County of MASON, State of Washington, to-wit: the purchaser has the right to evict occupants
1351 July 19, 26 2t was transmitted by the Beneficiary or Trustee to PARCEL A: LOT A-2 OF SHORT SUBDIVISION who are not tenants by summary proceedings
the Borrower(s) and Grantor(s) by both first class NO. 2628, RECORDED AUGUST 25, 1995,IN under Chapter 59.12 RCW. For tenant-occupied
PUBLIC NOTICE and certified mail, proof of which is in the pos- VOLUME 1 OF SHORT PLATS, PAGE 35, AUDI- property, the purchaser shall provide a tenant
NOTICE AND SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION session of the Trustee; and the Borrower and TOR’S FILE NO. 612988, AND BEING A POR- with written notice in accordance with RCW
(TERMINATION) (SMPB) (OPTIONAL USE) Grantor were personally served, if applicable, TION OF GOVERNMENT LOT 1 OF SECTION 61.24.060. THIS NOTICE IS THE FINAL STEP
SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTO with said written Notice of Default or the written 32, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 2 WEST, BEFORE THE FORECLOSURE SALE OF
COUNTY OF MASON JUVENILE COURT In Notice of Default was posted in a conspicuous W.M., MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON. PAR- YOUR HOME. You have only 20 DAYS from the
re the Welfare of: RIDDLESPURGER, DAKOVA place on the real property described in Paragraph CEL B: TOGETHER WITH EASEMENTS FOR recording date of this notice to pursue mediation.
D.O.B.: 02/02/10 RIDDLESPURGER, DELA- I above, and the Trustee has possession of proof ROAD AND UTILITY PURPOSES, 60 FEET IN DO NOT DELAY. CONTACT A HOUSING COUN-
NIE D.O.B.: 05/31/11 Minor Children. No: 18- of such service or posting. The list of recipients WIDTH, AND OF VARYING WIDTH, AS SHOWN SELOR OR AN ATTORNEY LICENSED IN
7-00005-23 18-7-00004-23 To: KIYAH NEFF, of the Notice of Default is listed within the Notice ON THE MAP OF SHORT SUBDIVISION NO. WASHINGTON NOW to assess your situation
Mother A Petition to Terminate Parental Rights of Foreclosure provided to the Borrower(s) and 809, RECORDED APRIL 17, 1980, AUDITOR’S and refer you to mediation if you are eligible and
was filed on January 4, 2018; A Fact Finding Grantor(s). These requirements were completed FILE NO. 375525. AND TOGETHER WITH AND it may help you save your home. See below for
hearing will be held on this matter on: August as of 2/1/2018. VII. The Trustee whose name SUBJECT TO AN EASEMENT FOR ROAD AND safe sources of help. SEEKING ASSISTANCE
23, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. at Mason County Superior and address are set forth below will provide in UTILITY PURPOSES, 30 FEET IN WIDTH, DE- Housing counselors and legal assistance may be
Court, 419 N. 4th Street, Shelton, Washington writing to anyone requesting it, a statement of SCRIBED IN SHORT SUBDIVISION NO. 1661, available at little or no cost to you. If you would
98584. You should be present at this hearing. all costs and fees due at any time prior to the RECORDED MARCH 20, 1987, AUDITOR’S like assistance in determining your rights and op-
The hearing will determine if your parental rights sale. VIII. The effect of the sale will be to deprive FILE NO. 464764. More commonly known as: 10 portunities to keep your house, you may contact
to your child are terminated. If you do not appear the Grantor and all those who hold by, through E LYNDA LANE WEST, SHELTON, WA 98584 the following: The statewide foreclosure hotline
at the hearing, the court may enter an order in or under the Grantor of all their interest in the which is subject to that certain Deed of Trust for assistance and referral to housing counselors
your absence terminating your parental rights. To above-described property. IX. Anyone having any dated 1/25/2007, recorded 1/29/2007, under In- recommended by the Housing Finance Commis-
request a copy of the Notice, Summons, and Ter- objections to this sale on any grounds whatso- strument No. 1888049 records of MASON Coun- sion: Toll-free: 1-877-894-HOME (1-877-894-
mination Petition, call DSHS at 360-432-2050 or ever will be afforded an opportunity to be heard ty, Washington, from LEELAND G KING AND 4663) or Web site: http://www.dfi.wa.gov/con-
1-888-283-2634. To view information about your as to those objections if they bring a lawsuit to KIM M KING, HUSBAND AND WIFE, as sumers/homeownership/post_purchase_coun-
rights, including right to a lawyer, go to www.atg. restrain the sale pursuant to RCW 61.24.130. grantor(s), to FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSUR- selors_foreclosure.htm. The United States De-
wa.gov/TRM.aspx. Dated: May 15, 2018, by Sha- Failure to bring such a lawsuit may result in a ANCE COMPANY, as original trustee, to secure partment of Housing and Urban Development:
ron Fogo, Mason County Clerk. waiver of any proper grounds for invalidating an obligation in favor of MORTGAGE ELEC- Toll-free: 1-800-569-4287 or National Web Site:
1246 July 26, August 2, 9 3t the Trustee’s sale. X. NOTICE TO OCCUPANTS TRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., AS http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD or for Local
OR TENANTS – The purchaser at the Trustee’s NOMINEE FOR WILMINGTON FINANCE INC., counseling agencies in Washington: http://www.
PUBLIC NOTICE Sale is entitled to possession of the property on as original beneficiary, the beneficial interest in hud.gov/offices/hsg/sfh/hcc/fc/index.cfm?webLis
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Pursuant to the 20th day following the sale, as against the which was subsequently assigned to Morgan tAction=search&searchstate=WA&filterSvc=dfc
the Revised Code of Washington 61.24, et seq. Grantor under the deed of trust (the owner) and Stanley Mortgage Loan Trust 2007-7AX, U.S. The statewide civil legal aid hotline for assis-
TS No.: WA-17-801132-SW APN No.: 22336- anyone having an interest junior to the deed of Bank National Association, as Trustee, succes- tance and referrals to other housing counselors
51-00020 Title Order No.: 170483285-WA-MSW trust, including occupants who are not tenants. sor in interest to Bank of America, National As- and attorneys: Telephone: 1-800-606-4819 or
Deed of Trust Grantor(s): TODD S. BROUS- After the 20th day following the sale the purchas- sociation, as Trustee, successor by merger to Web site: http://nwjustice.org/what-clear. Addi-
SARD, THERESA M. BIEHL Deed of Trust er has the right to evict occupants who are not LaSalle Bank National Association, as Trustee, tional disclaimers provided by the Trustee: If you
Grantee(s): MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGIS- tenants by summary proceedings under Chap- the Beneficiary, under an assignment recorded have previously been discharged through bank-
TRATION SYSTEMS, INC. SOLELY AS NOMI- ter 59.12 RCW. For tenant-occupied property, under Auditors File Number 2040819 II. No ac- ruptcy, you may have been released of personal
NEE FOR WESTSOUND BANK, DBA WEST- the purchaser shall provide a tenant with written tion commenced by the Beneficiary of the Deed liability for this loan in which case this letter is
SOUND MORTGAGE, ITS SUCCESSORS AND notice in accordance with RCW 61.24.060. THIS of Trust is now pending to seek satisfaction of the intended to exercise the noteholders rights
ASSIGNS Deed of Trust Instrument/Reference NOTICE IS THE FINAL STEP BEFORE THE obligation in any Court by reason of the Borrow- against the real property only. Dated: 3/29/2018
No.: 1851151 I.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that FORECLOSURE SALE OF YOUR HOME. You er’s or Grantor’s default on the obligation secured Quality Loan Service Corp. of Washington, as
Quality Loan Service Corp. of Washington, the have only 20 DAYS from the recording date of by the Deed of Trust/Mortgage. III. The default(s) Trustee By: Maria Montana, Assistant Secretary
undersigned Trustee, will on 8/3/2018, at 9:00 this notice to pursue mediation. DO NOT DELAY. for which this foreclosure is made is/are as fol- Trustee’s Mailing Address: Quality Loan Service
AM At the Main Entrance to the Mason County CONTACT A HOUSING COUNSELOR OR AN lows: Failure to pay when due the following Corp. of Washington C/O Quality Loan Service
Courthouse, located at 419 N. 4th Street (4th & ATTORNEY LICENSED IN WASHINGTON NOW amounts which are now in arrears: $17,515.89. Corp. 411 Ivy Street, San Diego, CA 92101 (866)
Alder), Shelton, WA 98584 sell at public auction to assess your situation and refer you to media- IV. The sum owing on the obligation secured by 645-7711 Trustee’s Physical Address: Quality
to the highest and best bidder, payable in the form tion if you are eligible and it may help you save the Deed of Trust is: The principal sum of Loan Service Corp. of Washington 108 1 st Ave
of credit bid or cash bid in the form of cashier’s your home. See below for safe sources of help. $191,772.94, together with interest as provided South, Suite 202 Seattle, WA 98104 (866) 925-
check or certified checks from federally or State SEEKING ASSISTANCE Housing counselors in the Note from 2/1/2017 on, and such other 0241 Sale Line: 800-280-2832 or Login to: http://
chartered banks, at the time of sale the following and legal assistance may be available at little or costs and fees as are provided by statute. V. The wa.qualityloan.com Trustee Sale Number : WA-
described real property, situated in the County no cost to you. If you would like assistance in de- above-described real property will be sold to sat- 18-803916-SH IDSPub #0138863 7/5/2018
of MASON, State of Washington, to-wit: LOT termining your rights and opportunities to keep isfy the expense of sale and the obligation se- 7/26/2018
20, LYNCH COVE ON HOOD CANAL, AS PER your house, you may contact the following: The cured by the Deed of Trust as provided by stat- 1150 July 5, 26 2t
PLAT RECORDED IN VOLUME 5 OF PLATS, statewide foreclosure hotline for assistance and ute. Said sale will be made without warranty, ex-
PAGE 50, RECORDS OF MASON COUNTY, referral to housing counselors recommended pressed or implied, regarding title, possession or
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PUBLIC NOTICE SEPA (State Environmental Policy Act) determi- PUBLIC NOTICE contact the sheriff at the address stated below:
Summons. Superior Court of Washington nation was made on June 6, 2018. Any person PROPOSED DEWATTO NATURAL RE- SHERIFF CASEY SALISBURY MASON COUN-
County of Mason to JUAN GARCIA RAMIREZ. desiring to express their view or to be notified of SOURCES CONSERVATION AREA (NRCA) TY, WASHINGTON By: Angel Evans, Authorized
The other party has asked the court to give the action taken on the application should come BOUNDARY HEARING Deputy PO Box 1037, Shelton, Washington
custody of the child to a non-parent. You must to the public hearing on August 22, 2018 or mail NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 98584 (360)427-9670
respond in writing if you want the court to con- comments to Marissa Watson, Planner, Mason A public hearing will be held on Monday, Au- 1369 July 26, August 2, 9, 16 4t
sider your side and file and serve your Response County Department of Community Services, 615 gust 6, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. at the HUB Center for
within 60 days of the date this summons is pub- W. Alder St.; Shelton, WA 98584. Or Email at Seniors, 111 NE Old Belfair Hwy, Belfair, WA PUBLIC NOTICE
lished. If you do not file and serve your Response MWatson@co.mason.wa.us. A PUBLIC HEAR- 98528, hosted by the Department of Natural NOTIFICATION OF INTENT TO OBTAIN
or a Notice of Appearance by the deadline, no ING will be held on August 22, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. Resources (DNR). The purpose of the hearing CUSTODY.
one has to notify you about hearings in this case by the Mason County Hearing Examiner on the will be to provide information, answer questions Washington State Parks and Recreation
and the court may approve the requests in the proposed project in the County Commissioners and to receive comments on a proposal to es- Commission has declared the vessel WN9088MB
Petition without hearing your side (called a de- Chambers, Bldg. I, 411 N. 5th Street, Shelton, tablish the approximately 1,700 acre Dewatto an emergency because it meets the criteria de-
fault judgment). Read the Petition and other WA. Written and oral testimony will be accepted Natural Resources Conservation Area (NRCA). scribed under RCW 79.100.040(3). WSPRC took
documents filed at court with this Summons. up to the close of the hearing. Please contact Ma- Following an overview of the proposal, DNR temporary possession of the vessel and had it
These documents explain what the other party rissa Watson of the Mason County Department Staff from the Natural Areas Program will re- removed from moorage at Potlatch State Park,
is asking for. Fill out form FL Non-Parent 415, of Community Development at (360) 427-9670, ceive public testimony on the proposed NRCA Mason County in order to prevent it from sinking,
Response to Non-Parent Custody Petition. You ext. 367, with any questions on this development boundary. Written comments on the proposal will breaking up or posing a threat to human health
can get the Response form and other forms you and requests. A decision on these applications be accepted until 5 p.m. on Monday, August 13, and safety or the environment. WSPRC intends
need at Washington State Courts’ website www. will be made within 120 days of the date of the 2018. Comments may be submitted by email to: to take formal and full custody of the vessel on
courts.was.gov/forms, Administrative Office of complete application. katie.woolsey@dnr.wa.gov, with the subject line, 08/06/2018. After taking custody, WSPRC may
the Courts (360) 705-5328, Washington Law 1380 July 26 1t “Proposed Dewatto NRCA Boundary.” Or com- use or dispose of it without further notice. The
Help website www.washingtonlawhelp.org, Su- ments may be sent to Washington Department of owner is responsible for all related costs. To retain
perior Court Clerk’s office or county law library PUBLIC NOTICE Natural Resources, South Puget Sound Region custody of the vessel, before the Custody Date,
(for a fee). Serve (give) a copy of your Response OLYMPIC COLLEGE ACCREDITATION Attn: Katie Woolsey, Proposed Dewatto NRCA the owner must: 1) Pay WSPRC back for costs
to the person who filed this Summons at the ad- PUBLIC COMMENT NOTICE Boundary, 950 Farman Avenue North Enum- incurred to date, 2) Move the vessel to an anchor-
dress below. You may use certified mail with re- The Northwestern Commission on Col- claw, WA 98022. Additional information about the age area, moorage facility, or storage location that
turn receipt requested. For more information on leges and Universities (NWCCU) will perform a Proposed Dewatto NRCA can be found on the has authorized the vessel. To redeem the vessel
how to serve, read Superior Court Civil Rule 5. comprehensive accreditation evaluation visit of DNR’s website at https://www.dnr.wa.gov/De- once WSPRC has taken custody, or challenge
File your original Response with Superior Court Olympic College on Nov. 7-9, 2018. A NWCCU watto, or by calling Natural Areas Manager Katie WSPRC’s decision to take custody or temporary
Clerk, Mason County, 419 N. 4th St, Shelton, WA evaluation team will meet with campus students, Woolsey at (206) 375-3558. possession, the owner must file a written request
98584. A Lawyer is not required. It is a good idea faculty and staff to evaluate OC’s accreditation 1374 July 26 1t (one original and one copy) for a hearing with the
to talk to a lawyer, but you may file and serve status, in conjunction review of the college’s Pollution Control Hearings Board, in person at
your Response without one. Dated July 23, 2018 2018 Year Seven Self-Evaluation Report. OC is PUBLIC NOTICE 1111 Israel Rd, Ste. 301, Tumwater WA 98501,
by Phyllis S. Wishnie, Attorney for Petitioner, accredited through NWCCU, which indicates that SHERIFF’S PUBLIC NOTICE OF SALE OF or by mail to PO Box 40903, Olympia WA 98504-
WSBA No. 39923, 821 Malcolm Street SE, Tum- the college meets or exceeds the commission’s REAL PROPERTY Case No.: 17 2 358 23 IN 0903, and serve one copy on WSPRC 306996
water, WA 98501. This Summons is issued ac- established standards of educational quality and THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF US HWY 101 Brinnon, WA 98320. The appeal
cording to Rule 4.1 of the Superior Court Civil effectiveness. The NWCCU invites members of WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF MASON must include the following information: a copy of
Rules of the State of Washington. the community to submit comments regarding BEARD’S COVE COMMUNITY ORGANIZA- the decision you are appealing; your name and
1379 July 26, August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 6t OC’s qualification for accreditation. Respondents TION, a Washington nonprofit corporation, Plain- address (mailing and legal, if different) and, if ap-
should send comments directly to the commis- tiff, vs. ROBERT R. DAMIANO and JANE DOE plicable, the name and address of your represen-
PUBLIC NOTICE sion, which must be received no later than Oct. DAMIANO, husband and wife and their marital tative; a daytime phone number; a brief statement
NOTICE OF APPLICATION AND PUBLIC 7, 2018. Please send comments to: Northwest community; et al., Defendant. TO: ROBERT R. why you are appealing; a statement of what you
HEARING Commission on Colleges and Universities 8060 DAMIANO AND JANE DOE DAMIANO The Su- want the Board to do; the signature of you or your
Notice is hereby given that Jonathan Sutter, 165th Avenue NE. The most recent evaluation of perior Court of Mason County has directed the representative. [This signature certifies that the
who is the applicant for the following proposal, OC by NWCCU took place on January 8-9, 2014 undersigned Sheriff of Mason County to sell the content of the appeal is true.] The written request
has filed an application for Shoreline Substan- in conjunction with the college’s Year Three Self- property described below to satisfy a judgment can be submitted immediately but cannot be filed
tial Development and Shoreline Conditional Use Evaluation Report. The NWCCU subsequently in the above-entitled action. If developed, the any later than 09/07/2018. The right to a hear-
Permits. The request for Permits is for fill in ex- reaffirmed OC’s accreditation status. The NW- property address is: LOT 87, BEARD’S COVE ing is deemed waived if a request is submitted
cess of 250 cubic yards for non-water dependent CCU is an independent, nonprofit membership DIVISION 8, AS RECORDED IN VOLUME 9 OF late, and the owner is liable for any costs owed to
uses upland of the ordinary high water mark. organization and is recognized by the U.S. De- PLATS, PAGE (S) 45-48, RECORDS OF MA- WSPRC. These costs may include all administra-
Located on the parcel is a beach burm (13.75 partment of Education and the Council for Higher SON COUNTY, WASHINGTON PARCEL NO: tive costs incurred by DNR, removal and disposal
elevation) beach side, both properties on the Education Accreditation as the regional author- 12331-51-00087 Commonly Known As: 51 NE costs, and costs associated with environmental
east and west side are at (13.75 elevation). Fill ity on educational quality and institutional ef- Briggadun Dr, Belfair WA 98528 The sale of the damages directly or indirectly caused by the ves-
will be brought in 100 ~ 150 (Area varies) de- fectiveness in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, above-described property is to take place: Time: sel. In the event of litigation, the prevailing party is
pressed area will match berm. Location: 16821 Oregon, Utah and Washington. For additional 10:00 am Date: Friday, August 24, 2018 Place: entitled to reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs.
NE North Shore Rd. Tahuya, Wa Date of com- information on accreditation at OC, visit: olympic. Main Entrance of Mason County Courthouse, WSPRC reserves the right to pursue any other
plete application: July 18, 2018 The proposed edu/about-olympic-college/accreditation-core- 419 N Fourth Street The judgment debtor can remedies available under law. For more informa-
development is reviewed under the applicable themes. avoid the sale by paying the judgment amount tion, contact WSPRC 306996 US HWY 101 Brin-
chapters of the Shoreline Master Program. The 1377 July 26 1t of $11,089.41, together with interest, costs, and non, WA 98320 (360) 796-4415.
proposal requires Hearing Examiner approval. A fees, before the sale date. For the exact amount, 1373 July 26, August 2 2t

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PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICES


PUBLIC NOTICE Agencies, offices, and employees, and institu- COMMONLY KNOWN AS 300-230 W ELSON Default hearing will be held on this matter on:
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION tions participating in or administering USDA pro- RD, SHELTON, WA 98584 Defendants. Case No. August 20, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. at Mason Coun-
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE grams are prohibited from discriminating based 18-2-0196-23 DEFENDANTS THE ESTATE OF ty Superior Court, 419 N. 4th Street, Shelton,
OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF MA- on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gen- ALAN L. BELL; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DE- Washington 98584. You should be present at
SON DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST COMPANY der identity (including gender expression), sexual VISEES AND ASSIGNEES OF ALAN L. BELL; this hearing. The hearing will determine if a de-
AMERICAS, AS TRUSTEE FOR RESIDEN- orientation, disability, age, marital status, family/ DENNIS SYKORA; AND ALL OTHER PERSONS fault will be entered against you in this matter,
TIAL ACCREDIT LOANS, INC., MORTGAGE parental status, income derived from a public as- OR PARTIES UNKNOWN CLAIMING ANY showing that you have failed to appear, plead, or
ASSET-BACKED PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- sistance program, political beliefs, or reprisal or RIGHT, TITLE, LIEN, OR INTEREST IN THE otherwise defend against the above cause of ac-
CATES, SERIES 2006-QO7, its successors in retaliation for prior civil rights activity, in any pro- REAL PROPERTY COMMONLY KNOWN AS tion. To request a copy of the Motion for Default,
interest and/or assigns, Plaintiff, vs BRUCE G. gram or activity conducted or funded by USDA 300-230 W ELSON RD, SHELTON, WA 98584 please contact Veronica Wells at Phillips Law
COLE; KATHY COLE; LONNIE STUCK; UNITED (not all bases apply to all programs). Remedies TO DEFENDANTS THE ESTATE OF ALAN L. Firm, (425)482-1111.
STATES OF AMERICA; OCCUPANTS OF THE and complaint filing deadlines vary by program BELL; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES 1378 July 26 1t
PREMISES, Defendants. Case No.: 17-2-00406- or incident. Persons with disabilities who require AND ASSIGNEES OF ALAN L. BELL; DENNIS
23 To: BRUCE G. COLE and KATHY COLE alternative means of communication for program SYKORA; AND ALL OTHER PERSONS OR
THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO THE SAID information (e.g., Braille, large print, audiotape, PARTIES UNKNOWN CLAIMING ANY RIGHT,
DEFENDANTS: You are hereby summoned to American Sign Language, etc.) should contact TITLE, LIEN, OR INTEREST IN THE REAL
appear within sixty days after the date of the the responsible Agency or USDA’s TARGET PROPERTY COMMONLY KNOWN AS 300-230
first publication of this summons, to wit, within Center at (202)720-2600 (voice and TTY) or con- W ELSON RD, SHELTON, WA 98584:
sixty days after the 26th day of July, 2018, and tact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at You are hereby summoned to appear within
defend the above entitled action in the above (800)877-8339. Additionally, program informa- sixty days after the date of the first publication of
entitled court, and answer the complaint of the tion may be made available in languages other this summons, to wit, within sixty days of the first * Summer kids tip: Create an “I’m Bored”
Plaintiff, DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST COMPANY than English. To file a program discrimination date of publication and defend the above entitled
jar with ideas about things to do. Now
AMERICAS, AS TRUSTEE FOR RESIDENTIAL complaint, complete the USDA Program Dis- action in the above entitled court, and answer
crimination Complaint Form, AD-3027, found on- the complaint of the plaintiff MTGLQ INVES-
when that phrase inevitably comes up,
ACCREDIT LOANS, INC., MORTGAGE ASSET-
BACKED PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, line at http://www .ascr .usda.gov/complaint fili TORS, INC. , and serve a copy of your answer you’ll be ready with a quick solution.
SERIES 2006-QO7 , and serve a copy of your ng cust. html and at any USDA office or write a upon the undersigned attorneys for the plaintiff,
answer upon the undersigned attorneys for letter addressed to USDA and provide in the let- Shannon K. Calt, at his office below stated; and * This tip takes the pain out of a task
Plaintiff, McCarthy & Holthus, LLP at the office ter all of the information requested in the form. To in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be nobody likes: dusting the blinds! Use
below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, request a copy of the complaint form, call (866) rendered against you according to the demand a set of salad tongs for a blinds duster;
judgment will be rendered against you according 632-9992 . Submit your completed form or letter of the complaint, which has been filed with the just wrap a microfiber cloth around each
to the demand of the complaint, which has been to USDA by: clerk of said court. The complaint is for judicial of the tongs and secure it with a rubber
filed with the clerk of said court. The basis for the (1) mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture foreclosure and alleges that the record owner of band or two. Then use the tongs to grab
complaint is a foreclosure of the property com- Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil the property, ALAN L. BELL is deceased and that
and glide along each blind. Even kids can
monly known as 1011 Olympic Ave, Shelton, WA Rights 1400 Independence Avenue, SW Wash- the Heirs, Assigns, and Devisees are unknown.
ington, D.C. 20250-9410; ALDRIDGE PITE, LLP Attn: SHANNON K. CALT,
get behind this dusting job.
98584, Mason County, Washington as a result of
a default under the terms of the note and deed of (2) fax: (202) 690-7442; or WSBA#44472 111 SW Columbia Street, Suite
trust. DATED: July 18, 2018 McCarthy & Holthus, (3) email: program.intake@usda .gov . 950 Portland, OR 97201 (858) 750-7600 Of At- * Tacos are a favorite meal in our house,
LLP /s/ Warren Lance Warren Lance WSBA No. USDA is an equal opportunity provider, em- torneys for Plaintiff PLAINTIFF but very messy -- until we discovered a
51586 108 1st Avenue South, Ste. 30 Seattle, ployer, and lender. 1332 July 5, 12, 19, 26, August 2, 9 6t great use for coffee filters. We use a filter
WA 98104 Attorneys for Plaintiff 1370 July 26 1t to hold the taco and peel back the paper
1372 July 26, August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 6t PUBLIC NOTICE as we eat. Now nothing drips out or falls
PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF MOTION FOR DEFAULT BY out, even if the shell cracks!
PUBLIC NOTICE SUMMONS PUBLICATION SUPERIOR COURT OF WASH-
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION IN THE SU- SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON INGTON COUNTY OF MASON ATTN: DOG-
* “We like juice at home, and the kind we
PERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASH- COUNTY OF MASON MTGLQ INVESTORS, CON AUTO, LLC, LEON LAWSON, RIKKI
INC. Plaintiff, v. THE ESTATE OF ALAN L. BELL; LAWSON, AND JESSICA DENYS CLARENCE
like has a large mouth on the bottle. It
INGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF MASON.
HOMESTREET BANK, Plaintiff, vs. THE UN- THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES AND AS- ALLMENDINGER, II. AND JENNIFER ALL- turns out that after we finish the juice,
KNOWN HEIRS AND DEVISEES OF DERRICK SIGNEES OF ALAN L. BELL; SHIRLEY HASB- MENDINGER, as Personal representatives of the bottle makes a great storage contain-
CANE; STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPART- ROUCK; LINDA R. LAUZON; DEONNE M. WIL- the Estate of Crystal Allmendinger; AND ES- er for snacks. We clean and dry it, then
MENT OF SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES; SON; DENNIS SYKORA; CORINNE L. BELL; TATE OF CRYSTAL ALLMENDINGER, Plaintiff, fill it with cereals or dry pasta. We’ve
COLONY SURF CLUB, INC.; OCCUPANTS OF AND ALL OTHER PERSONS OR PARTIES vs. DOGCON AUTO, LLC; LEON LAWSON AND even used them for popcorn.” -- R.K. in
THE PROPERTY, Defendants. Case No.: 18-2- UNKNOWN CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE, RIKKI LAWSON, JESSICA DENYS and JOHN Missouri
00265-23 To: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AND DE- LIEN, OR INTEREST IN THE REAL PROPERTY DOE DENYS, Defendants. No. 17-2-00126-4. A
VISEES OF DERRICK CANE THE STATE OF
WASHINGTON TO THE SAID DEFENDANTS:
You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty
days after the date of the first publication of this
summons, to wit, within sixty days after the 26th
day of July, 2018, and defend the above entitled
action in the above entitled court, and answer
the complaint of the Plaintiff, HOMESTREET
BANK, and serve a copy of your answer upon
the undersigned attorneys for Plaintiff, McCarthy
& Holthus, LLP at the office below stated; and
in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be
rendered against you according to the demand
of the complaint, which has been filed with the
clerk of said court. The basis for the complaint
is a foreclosure of the property commonly known
as 1730 N Colony Surf Drive, Lilliwaup, WA
98555, Mason County, Washington as a result of
a default under the terms of the note and deed of
trust. DATED: July 10, 2018 McCarthy & Holthus,
LLP /s/ Warren Lance Warren Lance WSBA No.
51568 108 1st Avenue South, Ste. 30 Seattle,
WA 98104 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
1371 July 26, August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 6t

PUBLIC NOTICE
FULL NONDISCRIMINATION STATEMENT
In accordance with Federal civil rights law
and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil
rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its
OBITUARIES
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ton Ackley of Oklahoma, Maggie grew up in Michael D. Petrie Redman, and his sister naval shipyard in Bremer-
daughter Bella (14) and Culver, OR but graduated Patricia Dobeas of Sea- ton. He was sent on sever-
son Rowan (11), both of from Ilwaco High School Michael D. Petrie, 75, beck. al jobs around the country
Shelton. He also had nu- in 1967. After graduation, passed away early July Mike was an Army vet- as well as Scotland and
merous aunts, uncles and Maggie married Melvin 14, 2018 at home from eran, serving most of his Hawaii to work on subs.
cousins. Funeral services Gustin and had three complications of severe time in Germany. After After retiring from the
will be held at 1:00, July children, Margo, Mike R.A. being discharged from the shipyard he spent several
28, 2018 at Hope Chapel and Mary. Maggie settled He was born April 12, Army, he took advantage summers in Alaska gold
in Shelton. Burial will fol- in Lander, WY after di- 1943 in Bremerton to Hil- of the four-year appren- mining. He loved salmon
low at Shelton Memorial vorce and met Lester Hill- dred and Elmer Petrie. ticeship that was offered. fishing. He also enjoyed
Dale Ackley Park. yer. The couple then wel- Mike is survived by Mike received several playing on line poker (no
Dale Ackley, 44, moved Donations can be made comed a new addition to his wife Kay of 53 years, awards and accomplish- real money involved) un-
onto his next adventure for Bella and Rowan Ack- the family, John Hillyer. his much loved grandchil- ments while working as a til it was outlawed in our
June 25, 2018. ley at Our Community Maggie and her fam- dren Alek Petrie and Ivie nuclear machinist for the state.
He was born to Larry Credit Union to account ily moved back to Long
and Laura Ackley at Ma- number 97531. You can Beach, Washington in
son General on June 4, also donate directly to the 1988 where she found em-
1974. He attended local Facebook page “donations ployment as a paraprofes-
schools and graduated for Bella and Rowan Ack- sional teacher’s assistant
from Shelton High School ley” public page. in the Ocean Beach School
in 1992. District but primarily
For the last 18 years he worked at Ilwaco Junior
was employed by LOTT Senior High School for
Wastewater Treatment Dianna Hill in the Special
Plant in Olympia and was Education department,
lucky enough to love both affectionately called Ms,
his job and his cowork- Maggie by her students.
ers. He also loved bicy- She loved working with
cling, having completed students and helped
the Seattle-to-Portland them succeed to gradu-
several times. He was an Margaret Iris ation and employment.
avid mountaineer and
summited Mt. Rainier in
Schade
(Snodgrass)
Lester Hillyer passed in
1989 due to a long battle
DEATH NOTICES
2010. He was a talented with heart disease. Mag-
artist who loved mak- Margarett Schade, lo- gie continued working in
Esther Webb, 96, a resident of Lakewood, died July 13, 2018, in Lake-
ing drawings for his kids cally known as Maggie the Ocean Beach school
wood. Arrangements are by Woodlawn Funeral Home - Lacey.
and carving pumpkins Hillyer, passed away on district until 2005. She
with them. He also loved July 16, 2018 at the age met her loving soul mate
Billy Shaw, 61, a resident of Tenino, died July 18, 2018, at home. Arrange-
golfing and entering his of 69 in Shelton WA. Mar- Micheal Schade, through
ments are by Woodlawn Funeral Home - Lacey.
prized 1959 Volkswagen garet (Maggie) Snodgrass a Christian web site.
Bug in car shows. was born April 1st, 1949 Maggie and Mike mar-
Lee Roy Johnson, 80, a resident of Olympia, died July 12, 2018, at home.
He married Jessica in Portland, OR. Maggie ried in April of 2008 with
Arrangements are by McComb & Wagner Family Funeral Home and Cre-
(Johnson) Roberson in is survived by her hus- friends and family gath-
matory.
2001. Their marriage band, Micheal Schade; ered to celebrate their
ended in divorce in 2011. her three sisters Marie union. With the union
Donald Lorraine, 71, a resident of Chehalis, died July 6, 2018, at home.
His daughter says she Waltemate of Long Beach, two families blended into
Arrangements are by McComb & Wagner Family Funeral Home and Cre-
will miss grocery shop- Margie Long of Madras one and Maggie welcomed
matory.
ping with him. His son OR., Marlene Marshall of her step-daughters Heidi
will miss hugging him ev- Camp Shermon, OR.; her Kane and Taj Schade as
Harold Edwin Hanson, 101, a resident of Shelton, died July 17, 2018, in
eryday. four children Margo Pe- her daughters. Maggie
Shelton. Arrangements are by McComb & Wagner Family Funeral Home
He is survived by ters, Mike Gustin, Mary loved her blended family
and Crematory.
his parents Larry and White and John Hillyer; and was proud of her chil-
Laura Ackley of Shelton, her step-daughters Taj dren.
Dan Michael Miller, 74, a resident of Olympia, died July 18, 2018, at
brother and sister-in-law Schade and Heidi Kane; Maggie loved to tell
home. Arrangements are by Woodlawn Funeral Home - Lacey.
Jason and Dawn Ackley along with 12 grandchil- and write stories and had
of Shelton, nephew Dal- dren. two novels published, Ma-
Francis “Fritz” Jay Hoyt, 89, a resident of Shelton, died July 18, 2018, in
licious Love and Wendell,
Shelton. Arrangements are by McComb & Wagner Family Funeral Home
as Maggie Snodgrass.
and Crematory.
What brought her the
most joy was spending
Kirisimasi Maiava, 59, a resident of West Valley City, Utah, died July 12,
time with loved ones,
2018, in West Valley City. A service will be held July 27 at the Church of
friends and their two
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints from 10 to 11 a.m. A graveside service
dachshunds, Buddy and
will follow at 11:15 at Shelton Memorial Park. Arrangements are by Mc-
Lil Bit. She was always
Comb & Wagner Family Funeral Home and Crematory.
loving, open about her
opinions and honest.
Veronica Kathleen Liendecker, 76, a resident of Elma, died July 22, 2018,
Maggie lost her bat-
at home. Arrangements are by McComb & Wagner Family Funeral Home
tle with cancer on July
and Crematory.
16th, 2018 at her home
in Shelton, WA. She was
Billy Paul Hrbacek, 78, a resident of Shelton, died July 17, 2018, in Olym-
surrounded by loved ones
pia. Arrangements are by McComb & Wagner Family Funeral Home and
and friends in her final
Crematory.
moments. A small service
was held on Sunday July
Angela Lynn Wigley, 53, a resident of Elma, died July 20, 2018, at home.
22nd, 2018 in Shelton,
Arrangements are by McComb & Wagner Family Funeral Home and Cre-
WA.
matory.
30871

The deadline
for obituaries David Charles Castagno, 87, a resident of Beaverton, Oregon, died June
and death notices 19, 2018, in Portland, Oregon. Arrangements are by Springer & Son of
is Monday at 5 p.m. Aloha, Oregon.

Mimi Elizabeth Swider, 53, a resident of Yelm, died July 20, 2018, in
Olympia. Arrangements are by Woodlawn Funeral Home - Lacey.

Evaline Lee Reeder, 85, a resident of Yelm, died July 18,2018, in Yelm.
Arrangements are by Woodlawn Funeral Home - Lacey.

Lillian Roundy, 100, a resident of Lacey, died July 20, 2018, in Lacey. Ar-
rangements are by Woodlawn Funeral Home - Lacey.

David Lowell Craig, 73, a resident of Olympia, died July 21, 2018, in
Olympia. Arrangements are by Woodlawn Funeral Home - Lacey.
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