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Page 8 Lake Stevens September 21, 2011 The Great Race coming to Oktoberfest JOURNAL STAFF You’ve seen the Amazing Race on televi- sion, well now’s your chance to compete in your own amazing race right here in Lake Stevens. On Saturday, Oct. 15 beginning at 10 am. kids and teens will be able to race for prizes by collecting items and performing tasks in downtown Lake Stevens. All challenges are age appropriate and the race will be run between North Cove Park, downtown boat launch, Main Street Center and the Boys 8: Girls Club. The cost is $5 per person and there will be great prizes for the winners in each category. Age categories and start times are: 0 10 am. for ages 12 to 15 (no parent required) 0 12 noon for kids under years old (par— ent required) ' 2 pm. for ages 8 to 11 years old (parents not required but suggested). Kids can travel in packs but the race is for individuals so each person will have to perform each task separately. To register for The Great Race email Kim Demary at akademanlcom or call the Lake Stevens Chamber of Commerce at 425-334—0433. Contributed Photo The varsity team is comprised of five Seniors (Nicole Carroll, Blake Lamberty, Cecilia Licciardi, Abby Molstre and Kylie Hall), three Juniors (Sara Perry, Christiana James and McKayIa Huntley) and four Sophomores (Alexis Alverson, Kendall Swanson, Molli Drivdahl Danielle Chalfant). BY DEBBIE UMBER" I CONTRIBUTING WRITER Fall is in the air and that means high school volleyball is upon us. . The Lake Stevens Varsity Volleyball team is currently (2-1; non league) and finished 13th out of 24 in the Puget Sound Adidas Invitational tournament last weekend in Auburn. Although the Vikings lost their first non-league match to Glacier Peak (2-3). they beat the Mountlake Terrace Hawks (3-2) and swept Oak Harbor (3-0). Thursday night’s match to Oak Harbor proved the Vikings’ hard work has paid off by winning three in a row, 25-23,"25’-"' 19, 25-20. Highlights of the night were 14 digs by senior libero Nicole Carroll, 31 assists by senior setter Blake Lamberty, 12 kills by ju— nior outside hitter McKayla Huntley, three blocks from senior middle blocker Abby Molstre and six service aces overall. Come support Lake Stevens Vikings Volleyball at their next home match Tues- day Oct. 4 at 7 pm. against Stanwood. Objective Straight Healthy Teeth “Lake Stevens (Southeast ofTa , Marysville - 815 State Ave Suite3 3606594) 11, FROM PAGEI that needed to be accomplished in a four hour period. “I like helping people and it makes me happy,” 12-year-old Kailyn Nelson said as she was painting slats on the fence around the playground. Working together as families, friends and neighbors made the time go by quickly and added to the excitement of the day. Making new friends is an added bonus for many who spent their Saturday giving back. “Projects like these bring people togeth- er,” Audrey Morgan said. “You get to know people you may not know otherwise.” ' While folks finished up their work at Kid’s Oasis, others were painting the outside of the City’s 40,000 square foot industrial building on 13lst St. NE. Even more people were at Machias Cemetery cleaning off headstones, cutting down tree limbs and adding beauty bark to gravesites. “A lot of our Ward (congregation) mem— bers have family here," Teri Scott said. “It’s a community cemetery and we are part of this community. We have to help where we are needed.” A Staining Kid's ais is one of the projects completed for the Northwest Day of Service on Saturday, Sept. 17. The Home familyworked together taking moss off of a headstone and clearing the ' grass around the plot. Teaching by example is an important part of serving. “We made it a family project," explained Elaine Horne, mother of four. “It’s important for them (her children) to do something out- side of themselves. It sets a good precedent for others to follow." As the rain started to fall, those giving service were just finishing up the projects around lake Stevens. Many were laughing and all of them had smiles on their faces. On the first Day of Service Northwest, September 11, 2010, more than 14,000 vol- unteers throughout Washington, Oregon and northern Idaho gave more than 35,000 hours of service partnering with others in their communities with projects such as large-scale food drives, blood drives, wet- lands restorations, parks and trails work and much more. In Lake Stevens community members worked together to paint City Hall and the Permit Center and to clean the grounds at local schools and fire stations. Thanks to Albertsons, Ace Hardware, Lake Stevens School District and the City of Lake Stevens for helping with donations to complete the projects. ' l Photo by Pam Stevens Dr. Tracy L. DeLorm, D.D.S. And Staff 425-334-4001 Front row: Jill, Dr. Tracy, Joelle Back row: Nicolette, Mary Pat, Judy, Holli Preventive Cosmetic - Teeth Whitening, Crowns Bridges - Mercury Free Fillings - Nitrous Available Low Radiation Digital X-Rays ' oriental tanner name; or was? 2... winter, .9 9514 4th St NE, Suite 102 Q Lake Stevens