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Janet Enzmann of Coupeville loves books, but she also likes garage space.
Navy volunteers teamed up this week to help the Little League.
How could he miss her, the dark-haired Irish girl with skin like a rose petal? She was drawn to his sparkling hazel eyes and salt and pepper hair.
Holland Happening 2008
Randy Pausch is a professor of Computer Science, Human Computer Interaction, and Design at Carnegie Melon University. From 1988 to 1997, he taught at the University of Virginia. He is an award-winning teacher and researcher, has worked with Adobe, Google, Electronic Arts, and Walt Disney Imagineering, and pioneered the Alice Project. He lives in Virginia with his wife, Jai (pronounced “Jay”) and their three children, ages 6, 4 and 2.
It’s easy to see why WAYNE LOCKE loves Emmett Kelly, Sr.
It is the rare high school boy who is able to meticulously fashion his life around a future that involves lofty goals soon to be realized and even loftier goals that would be considered pipe dreams had they not been formulated by Chris Olson.
I’m sad, but at the same time, I’m really happy
The question began in Seattle with, “What if everyone in Seattle read the same book?”
In an evening where “girls” become “goyls” and “boys” become “fellas” along with other New York affectations, Whidbey Playhouse’s production of “Guys and Dolls” is marked by a dose of old-fashioned razzmatazz.
A whole world of boating adventures and maritime learning is available to Whidbey Islanders. All they have to do is take a boat across Admiralty Inlet to Port Townsend. Many islanders have already discovered the Wooden Boat Foundation in Port Townsend and others are working on an associated project, the new Northwest Maritime Center, an $8.1 million complex presently under construction.
Busy as the many bees gathering pollen, a dozen industrious Oak Harbor residents converged at noon Sunday afternoon, June 1, to beautify the Oak Harbor Native Plant Demonstration Garden beneath the massive limbs of the Garry oak tree at the Oak Harbor Post Office.
A new house implausibly constructed in less than three weeks will soon be transformed into a home. The Fassett/Wolniakowksi family excitedly counted the days until Saturday’s dedication ceremony for their new domicile, Habitat for Humanity of Island County’s newest project in Northgate Terrace. And they did not have to count very high.
A colorful display of street rods, classic, antique and custom cars, trucks and motorcycles set against the historic 1904 Greenbank Farm will make Whidbey Island the place to be for all car enthusiasts Saturday, June 14.
In her quest to cast a ballot, Gladys Kloewer has become intimately familiar with the “runaround,” a frustrating exercise in futility made famous by unbending employees who illogically refuse, under any circumstances, to deviate from their routine. Although the United States became Gladys’ surrogate home almost 11 years ago, the Filipina citizen was denied dual citizenship. The reason? An oversight that went uncorrected.
Local businesses are showcasing art from some of the island’s youngest residents this month, ranging from birth to age 5. Partners in Island County for Early Learning, Island County’s Born Learning group and Sno-Isle Libraries collaborated with the Northwest Early Learning Born Learning Campaign and Thrive by Five to support a county-wide effort to display the artwork.
Area residents Brandi Matros and Charity Winkler met in 2002 as mothers of autistic children. On Sept. 2, the doors will open to Winkler and Matros’ combined vision, and names: Wintros Academy, the first private school in Washington for children with autism.
The new Wintros Academy for autistic children will benefit from a gala, including a silent auction and dancing, Saturday, June 28, at 6 p.m. at the Oak Harbor Elks Club. For ticket information call 360-628-5955.