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Page 6 Lake, Stevens June 1, 2011 LoCal seniors say thanks to First Responders Contributed Photo George Thorliefson, Arnold Chafin, and Paul Burden from Ashley Pointe stop by Lake Stevens Fire District Conference Center for 'T hank You Day' to thank our First Responders personally. Local singer-songwriter ' releases album nationwide JOURNAL STAFF Last month, national independent re~ cord label Tate Music Group announced the nationwide release of “Jesus Save Me,” the new album from local Christian singer—songwriter Sha'Ree, of Lake Ste— vens, Wash. Produced by Tate Music Group, the al- bum includes eight tracks and is currently available nationwide at the iTunes Store, Amazon.com, or directly from TateMusic- Group.com. Sha’Ree is a singer-songwriter who has loved singing since she was a child. She says the Lord impressed upon her to lyri- cally share her life experiences and to tell about how lesus has conquered all the worries and troubles she’s faced. She composed her music on piano, and her husband, fellow TMG artist Jeremiah Bromley, contributed guitar, bass, and Contributed Photo Sha’ Ree's album 'Jesus Save Me’ was re- leased last month by Tate Music Group. drums. Her songs are alive, bursting with encouraging expressions of love, hope, healing; forgiveness, and the salvation that can only be found in Christ. WHIPLASH! It is Serious! ‘1! Virtually every auto accident causes neck or lower back Injury. WATCH FOR THESE DANGER SIGNALS; 1. Headaches , Dizzziness, Irritability . 2. Nervous TenSion, Personality Changes 3. Neck & Lower Back Pain 4. Arm & Shoulder Pain or Numbness 5. Nausea, Indigestion You don’t have to live with pain! Over 6,000 auto accidents treated YOUR AUTO INSURANCE PAYS FOR YOUR TREATMENT Dr. J. M. Gaddis r A. a- a... - LAKE STEVENS CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 425-334-5066 Frontier Villa e 0 Lake Stevens FROM PAGEI The Bigfoot Bandits car had a woodsy theme featuring hunters and the notori- ously hunted Bigfoot, the team’s home- made soapbox racer was a chopped log dressed up Vln'th live pine branches. “Although they gave it a valiant ef- fort, the course dominated with it's two jumps, 90 degree turn on a berm wall and tight chicanes. Overall the team came in 32nd place,” a Red Bull spokes— person said in a statement. “We ended up crashing about halfway in and were unable to finish. It was a good crash though,” Stong said. “Even though we didn’t win we had one hell of a time and we will be at it again the next opportunity we have." This is not the first time the group has competed together, it’s actually the third time for most of them and their hope is that there will be many more competi— tions to come. “I invited Scott as a newcomer and Matt from the previous team to help out. Matt was unable to make it so E.Z. filled his spot late in the game and re- ally came through for us,” Stong said. “We participated in the Seattle Red Bull Soapbox Race in 2007 as the LakeWash- ington Tech All-Stars where we piloted a ferryboat towing the space needle. This last spring the team competed in the Red Bull Schlittentag at Crystal Mountain as the Cockeye Sockeyes. Both the previous races we finished in fourth place." As far as this year’s competition in L.A., first place went to Team Lakers FanWagon. Second place was awarded to Team Angry Bird Droppings, with eye—catching costumes and'a feathered craft based on the popular iPhone app. Third place went to The Flying Scots- men, whose tartan kilts didn’t restrict the team’s bagpipe-shaped soapbox from flying down the course with the fastest time of the day. Other winners included The Baked Muscles who won the People's Choice award. Volleyball team supports troops JOURNAlSlAEF ' The girls of the Fusion Volleyball Team have shown continual support to the sailors on the USS Caerinson throughout their deployment. The team collected items such as candy, gum, snacks, movies and videos games to include in over 20 care packages. They also made cards and letters for them to let them know how much they are appreciated for what they do for' our country. The girls are currently ranked 17th out of 69 teams. , Contributed Photo Sailors with their thank you note. EXTRA! EXTRA! to One of the sailors on the USS Carl Vinson showing off his thank you note from Fusion Volleyball. Weatherization CA$H BONUSES! V For a limited time, the PUD is offering special cash bonuses on standard incentivesWhen ales! either? d'hem'e We... . yourinstalleligibleenergyéefflciem measures: in year V' . fl . Extra $200 on insulation or duct sealing! Extra $400 on heat pumps! Double the amount for insulated windows! Standard lncentlve SpecialBonus ' 50% up to $1200 $200 nsulation 50% up to $1800 50% up to $1000 $200 Duct Sealing/Insulation 50%-up to $400 $200 $3/sf up tq $1,000 Ductless Windows Windows Patio Doors $3/sf up to $1000 50% up to $800 Heat Pumps f Ducted/Air 50% up to $1200 Ducted/Geothermal ‘ 50% u to $2000 (M—F, SAM-5PM) ‘+'+