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Page 6 Senator Steve Hobbs Contributed Photo Hobbs recognized by Aerospace Alliance JOURNAL STAFF The Aerospace Futures Alliance recognized Sen. Steve Hobbs, D-Lake Stevens, as their Legislator of the Year last week at their sixth annual Governor’s Aerospace Surmnit in Kent. The award goes to legislators who display “extraordi- nary leadership on behalf of the Aerospace Industry." According to AFA Executive Director Linda Lanham, Hobbs was honored because “when Senator Hobbs be- lieves he is doing the right thing he never gives up. His committed leadership and drive has truly helped the aerospace industry in Washington." The award is the second such honor Hobbs has re- ceived in the last few months. In July, the Association of Washington Business also singled out Hobbs with the Matson Award, making him just the third Democrat since 1995 to receive the honor. Remote Control Planes Helicoptersrand Cars . Trains Discounts available for Pre-orders 204 E. Stanley St. Granite Falls (across from the post office) 360-691-4461 I PupCakee, LLC ’ Healthy Gourmet Snacks for Dogs Bake-At-Home Mixes allow you to bake approximately three dozen fresh PupCakee at home. PupCakee are perfect “For Your Dog’e L fipecial Day...0r Everyday!” (560) 691 5954 Email at PupCakeeMuffineoaolwm NOW 0575M $2.000FF; Next Pizza Purchase Excludes sale items. One coupon per visit. 16410 54th St. NE Lake Stevens, WA 98258 Lake Stevens Journal September 28, 2011 Lake Stevens High School class of 1986. Lake Stevens High School Class of r Contributed Photo 1986 celebrates reunion in a big way JOURNAL STAFF The Lake Stevens High Schbol Class of 1986 had‘their . 25 year class reunion on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2011. Classmates Tammie (Baker) Jones and Dan Lorentzen came up with the idea to have a low—key get together to celebrate 25 years. Wanting that hometown feel and having the “chicken” there was a, must. 80 Jones went on a mission to find the chicken and just after a few short days she found it in its secret location, except this time it would be borrowed not “stolen”. She was determined to find it because it was what she wanted most for the reunion. The reunion was to be held in Lake Stevens, so they chose the Creekside Alehouse & Grill. The next priority was that there had to be 80's music to listen and dance to. Classmates Sherry (Thompson) Krischano and Jill (Robbins) Girven helped Jones and Lorentzen spread the word about the reunion. SpeCial guest Kris Wolf, who has been a secretary for LSHS for 30 years showed up to see the class that meant so much to her, since it was her daughter Denise’s gradu- ating class. Lorentzen and classmate Steve Warbis loaded the chicken and brought it to Creekside where it was Waiting to greet the Class of 1986. It will be a class reunion they will never forget. L.S. Rowing Club Row-A—Thon starts on Friday JOURNAL SlAFF Not rain, wind or cold will keep the members of Lake Stevens Rowing Club (LSRC) from accomplishing their 24 hour Row-A-Thon mission. Starting at 3 pm. on Friday, September 30, LSRC will keep a boat rowing around Lake Stevens until pm. Saturday, Sept. 30 to raise funds to purchase new equip- ment for the club. ‘ LSRC’s beginning equipment was second and third hand; either purchased, loaned or gifted. In 2005, the first new shell (a Pocock 2x) was purchased and subse- quently rowed to win the national championship that year. New shells cost anywhere from $10,000 to $40,000 for a competitive quality boat. Oars can run around $400 Granite Falls Dental Care «family dental practice- eomnined to wellness 207 E. Stanley'St., Suite B 0 Call 360-691-4100 Conveniently located in the Pharm A Save Building e Preventative and CosmeIicDenfistry - We . , Welcoming New Patients '- free -. ‘_ can mm. seams: -4i so" a pair and ergometers (rowing machines) around $900 each. The core belief of Lake Stevens Rowing Club is that by taking a balanced approach to rowing, excellence is not only obtained, but also sustained. By serving the community, success is achieved both on and off the race-course. “The medals and trophies are the frosting on the cake. My goal for Lake Stevens Rowing is not to just build successful rowers, but to meet every member’s needs whether it is competition, exercise, socialization, or recreation. Our hope is that through the sport of rowing we build strong community leaders and contributors," says Bob Cummins, LSRC faunder. Be sure to honk your support as you see Our rowers glide around the lake. , "Lil