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Kit Stevens High f , atMt. Mt. Pitchuek grade teacher Modian at was named to to OCtOber '8 list a y in a 16— '3 '5 on a four Your Career with Wind \lNlNli We}? HUT, i ’T l 'iilili‘iii lliifllNli,le.‘\” 684816 800* WWW.NW~REI.COlVl Lake Stevens Journal April 13, 2011 Cathy Reines, CEO & President of First Heritage Bank responds to publication of PCA directive A JOURNAL STAFF In late February, First Heritage Bank received a Prompt Corrective Action (PCA) Directive from the FDIC requiring recapitalization or sale of the Bank within 30 days. “The Bank anticipates progress toward a successful resolution of the directive. We are in active discussions with a number of merger partners to satisfy the PCA let- ter. We are fortunate to have a strong deposit franchise, an award—winning SBA loan department, and a solid branch network in Snohomish and northern King Counties." Reines further commented that, “Deadlines can be and have been extended on a case-by-case basis.” ‘A notable example in our state was AmericanWest Bank in Spokane, which received a PCA directive in February 2010, and was successfully recapitalized 10 months later. While the PCA Directive is intended to cause the bank to bolster its capital position, there is no risk to depositor’s funds that are within deposit insurance limits. “We want our customers to understand that this will not affect the safety of their deposits or our commitment to their banking relationships with First Heritage Bank. Any questions may be directed to me at the Bank,” stated CEO Reines. Steve’s Barber Shop moving to Frontier Village JOURNAL STAFF Steve’s Barber Shop has been located in downtown Lake Stevens for the past two decades but this Lake Stevens icon is moving to the Frontier Village area in order to provide their customers better hours and a' more convenient location. As of July 2011, Steve’s Barber Shop will be located at 9433 4th St. NE, #103 next to Glass by Lund behind Target. The same barbers will be on hand Monday through Saturday for all your barbering needs. For more information call 425-334-3304 orvisit theipweb- site at wwwlakestevenschamber.com/members/ steves. L.S. American Legion honoredwith awards ' JOURNAL STAFF The American Legion Post 1 8 1 Auxiliary Unit, Which is their women's organization side of the membership, was awarded the Unit of the Year award for District 2. In addition, American Legion Post 181 was awarded the Post of the Year award for District . District 2 covers the area from Snohomish County to the Canadian border and also includes one post in Vancouver, B.C. The 30 Posts of District 2 have nearly 6,500 members of the Department’s 25,000 total. Post 181 is the biggest Free One-Day Tire Recycling Event! Cathcart Way Recycling & Transfer Station 8915 Cathcart Way,{Snohomish Saturday, April 23, 9:00 am. to 3:00 pm. 0 For Snohomish County residents (proof of residency needed—such as drivers license or utility bill). No tires accepted from businesses. 0 Up to 20 regular-sized light truck, car or motorcycle ‘ tires per household. No tires on rims, tractor, large truck,or over-sized tires will be accepted. ' 0 was must be reasonably free of water, dirt, etc. For more information, visit ' and search "tires"; or call 42 5-388-3425. Snohomish Coun' Solld Watts 3000 Rockefeller Ave. Everett, WA 98,201 District in the Department. Post 181 holds flag lowering ceremonies for military who have passed away, collects tattered or unusable flags and takes care of the War Memorial in downtown Lake Stevens. These are just a few of the many things Post 181 does for veterans and the community. Funeral Facts. Allen Ice Serving Since 1983 Q: Do you have any advice about talking to my family about funeral planning? A: One way to make the discussion less difficult is to approach the topic as a means of everyone being prepared in advance. Funeral planning is the responsible way to spare your family the grief of makingthese tough decisions for you, making the act a loving gift. I Set aside a time when your family can gather in» a comfortable setting, and allow everyone to share their thoughts about your plans. Depending on your family, keeping the discussion light and casual may help, or a more formal approach may be in order. " ' ‘ Our funeral home even offers a free Personal Planning Guide, a helpful tool where you can re- cord and organize your final wishes, to help ease . the discussion with your family. In it, you’ll find many questions that you and your family may not haVe considered, prompting a real conversation about your options. i Making arrangements in 'advance is very important to give you and your family peace of mind. It is the best way to ensure your wishes are carried out and that your family doesn't have to make those difficult decisions without you. Con- tact your local funeral home to getta Personal Planning Guide to help start the discussion. Allen Ice is the general manager of Evergreen Funeral Home and Cemetery, as well as Purdy and Walters With Cas- sidy Funeral Home, where he has been serving since 1983. Both are members of the Dignity Memorial“ network serving the Everett community. He frequently afiers funeral-related ‘ advice and counseling to area families. For information or to ask a question, contact Allen at 425-252-2244.