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The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
The Mill Creek Influence March 2012
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  • 1. theMilloCreeki n f l u e n c ea publication exclusiv ely for the r e sident s of mill cr eek • March 2012Meet thewenta family!
  • 2. 2 The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence 3 Lo c a L a r e a co n tac t s www.n2pub.com © 2012 Neighborhood Networks Publishing, Inc. ™ EmErgEncy 911 emergency AREA DIRECTOR Avery Holder 425.424.3663 non EmErgEncy avery.holder@n2pub.com 425-745-6175 Mill creek Police PHOTOGRAPHER Chelsi Greenwood Photography 360-668-5357 Fire District #7 CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER Darren Munson utilitiEs CONTRIBUTING WRITERS James Holder 800-483-1000 Verizon Charles Doepp 888-225-5773 Puget sound energy 425-783-1000 snohomish county PUD CREATIVE TEAM Christie Joyce 425-481-1100 Waste Management nW Kylie Martin 800-COMCAST comcast cable Amanda Barnette 425-787-0220 alderwood Water District 425-337-3647 silver Lake Water District schools 425-385-7700 cedar Wood elementary 425-338-5180 Mill creek elementary 425-338-5080 Penny creek elementary 425-338-5175 silver Lake elementary 425-338-5150 Woodside elementary 425-338-5000 Heatherwood Middle school 425-316-5200 Henry M Jackson High school 425-379-6363 archbishop Murphy 206-289-7783 King’s school othEr 425-337-1116 city of Mill creek animal control 425-743-1444 Mill creek country club 425-743-5544 Mill creek Public Library 425-353-7433 everett transit 425-745-1891 city of Mill creek http://www.cityofmillcreek.com/  organizations Mill creek Womens club http://www.millcreekwomensclub.com West coast aquatics center http://www.swimwca.org/ DISCLAIMER: N2 Publishing is not affiliated with or contracted by the City of Mill Creek (the “City”). This publication, Greater Mill creek senior center including the content of articles and advertisements contained herein, is not authorized or endorsed by the City. Any http://snohomish.wsu.edu/seniors/news.pdf articles included in this publication and/or opinions expressed therein do not necessarily reflect the views of N2 Publishing but remain solely those of the author(s). The paid advertisements contained within The Mill Creek Influence magazine are Mill creek Garden club not endorsed or recommended by N2 Publishing or the publisher. Therefore, neither N2 Publishing nor the publisher may be http://www.MillCreekGardenClub.com held liable or responsible for business practices of these companies. NOTE: When community events take place, photogra- phers may be present to take photos for that event and they may be used in this publication.
  • 3. 4 neighborhoodSponsors The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodSponsors 5 This section has been created to give you easier access when searching for a HOME MEAL PREPARATION Kings Schools ROOFING / HOME trusted neighborhood vendor to use. Take a minute to familiarize yourself IMPROVEMENT Dinners Ready 129303 Fremont Ave N IMPROVEMENT with the businesses sponsoring The Mill Creek Influence . Granite Transformations 12305 120th Ave N.E. Shoreline, WA 98133 North Creek Roofing These local businesses are proud to partner with your neighborhood and 11524 Mukilteo Speedway Kirkland, WA 98034 (206) 289-7783 17624 15th Ave SE Ste 105A make this newsletter possible. Please support these businesses and thank Mukilteo, WA 98275 (425) 825-9323 www.kingsschools.org Bothell, WA 98012 them for supporting you! (425) 773-4938 www.dinnersready.com (425) 483-7986 www.granitetransformations.com / PROFESSIONAL LIFE www.northcreekroofing.com northseattle / MORTGAGE SERVICES COACHING Cobalt Mortgage - Thomas Fadden Transformational Changes SECURITY & SOUND NW Natural Lighting 22232 17th Avenue S.E. Suite 207 (425) 328-7107 INTEGRATIONAUTO CARE - REPAIR COSMETIC FACIALS / SKIN CARE FIREPLACES & 7906 230th St SW Bothell, WA 98021 www.transformationalchanges.com NW Security & SoundQuality Foreign Auto DENTISTRY / ORAL Mill Creek Skin and Laser Center BARBECUES Edmonds, WA 98026 (425) 492-1680 (350) 691-420018002 Bothell Everett Highway SURGERY 15111 Main Street #A201 Hearthside & Home (425) 744-1211 www.thomaslendingguide.com PROFESSIONAL www.nwsecurityandsound.bizMill Creek, WA 98012 Bill J Mulliken DDS Mill Creek, WA 98012 4829 196th SW #D www.nwnaturallighting.com PHOTOGRAPHY(425) 481-1200 16030 Bothell Everett Highway # 280 (425) 316-8200 Lynnwood, WA 98036 ORTHODONTIST Chelsi Greenwood Photography SHOPPING ANDwww.qualityforeignauto.com Mill Creek, WA 98012 www.millcreekskinlaser.com (425) 771-6434 HOSPITAL John W Stieber D.D.S. (509) 795-0215 ENTERTAINMENT (425) 337-4001 www.hearthsideandhome.com Providence Regional Medical Center 1025 153rd St. SE www.chelsigreenwoodphotography. Country Village ShopsCHILDREN AND www.millcreekdentistry.com FAMILY ATHLETIC (425) 261-2000 Mill Creek, WA 98012 com 23718 Bothell Everett Hwy Suite HFAMILY PHYSICIAN CLUB FRAMING www.providence.org (425) 745-6322 Bothell, WA 98021Puget Sound Ear Nose & Throat Brian Rutherford DDS Columbia Athletic Club Artisan Custom Framing www.jwstieber.com REAL ESTATE AGENT (425) 483-225015021 Main Street Suite K 16030 Bothell Everett Hwy #280 505 128th St SE 15111 Main Street A 104 HOTEL / BANQUET Darren & Gwen Munson - www.countryvillagebothell.comMill Creek, WA 98012 Mill Creek, WA 98012 Everett, WA 98208 Mill Creek, WA 98012 AND CONFERENCE PET FENCING Windermere(425) 337-4810 (425) 298-3925 (425) 745-1617 (425) 385-2121 ROOMS Invisible Fence NW (425) 338-9400 SPAwww.pugetsoundent.com www.rutherfordsmiles.com www.columbiaathletic.com www.artisancustomframing.com Woodmark Hotel 2827 80th Ave SE www.munsonhomes.com Lorindas Salon Spa Store 1200 Carillon Point Mercer Island, WA 98040 800 164th St SEWestern Washington Family & DENTIST - PEDIATRIC FAMILY FUN HEALTH SERVICES Kirkland, WA 98033 (866) 520-5555 Elizabeth Hunter - Windermere Mill Creek, WA 98012Pediatric Medicine Lynnwood Kids Dentist Mill Creek Family YMCA Providence Physicians Group (425) 739-6330 www.invisiblefencenw.com (425) 583-9887 (425) 743-972212728 19th Ave SE Ste 300 18833 28th Ave W Suit B 13723 Puget Sound Drive (425) 316-5080 www.thewoodmark.com www.http: / /lizhunterhomes.com / www.lorindassalon.comEverett, WA 98208 Lynnwood, WA 98036 Everett, WA 98028 www.providence.org PET TRAINING(425) 317-8025 (425) 774-1285 (425) 337-0123 LANDSCAPING Invisible Fence NW Remax - Sue and Charles Doepp Woodmark Hotelwww.wwmedgroup.com www.kidsdentist.com www.ymca-snoco.org HOME CLEANING Classic Landscape Care 2827 80th Ave SE (425) 280-4545 1200 Carillon Point Maid Brigade (425) 273-4512 Mercer Island, WA 98040 Kirkland, WA 98033CHURCHES DOG BOARDING FINANCIAL PLANNER (206) 362-8439 www.classiclc.com (866) 520-5555 RESTAURANT (425) 739-6330Gold Creek Community Church Doggy Haven Resort and Spa Waddell & Reed - Bryan Hendrickson www.maidbrigadenw.com www.invisiblefencenw.com La Palmera www.thewoodmark.com4326 148th St SE 5303 Interurban Blvd 19217 36th Ave W Suite 201 MATTRESSES 1629 Center RdMill Creek, WA 98012 Bothell, WA 98012 Lynnwood, WA 98036 Mattress City PRIVATE SCHOOL Everett, WA 98204 TAEKWONDO(425) 316-3333 (425) 482-4472 (425) 774-9053 121 SE Everett Mall Way Suite A Archbishop Murphy (425) 379-5100 White Tiger Martial Artswww.goldcreek.org www.doggyhaven.com / bhendrickson.wrfa.com / Everett, WA 98208 12911 39th Avenue Southeast www.lapmillcreek.com 3922 148th St SE (425) 355-7378 Everett, WA 98208 Bothell, WA 98012 www.mattress-city.com (425) 379-6363 The Jet Bar & Grill (425) 357-0357 www.am-hs.org 800 164th St SE www.white-tiger-ma.com Mill Creek, WA 98012 (425) 743-4594 www.thejetbar.com continued...
  • 4. Innovat in ion6 neighborhoodSponsors The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence 7...continuedTAX ADVISOR TIRES, BRAKES AND YOGAChris Freeman CPA BATTERIES Laughing Buddha Yoga(425) 225-5732 Les Schwab 17624 15th Ave SE 111Awww.cfreemancpapc.com 13223 Bothell Everett Hwy Mill Creek, WA 98012TAX SERVICESToyer Dietrich CPA Mill Creek, WA 98012 (425) 337-6373 www.lesschwab.com (206) 617-1672 laughingbuddhayogastudio.com O3705 Colby AveEverett, WA 98201 WINDOW COVERING W G S B Note(425) 258-3432 Budget Blindswww.toyercpa.com 9915 7th Ave St Se Everett, WA 98208 J O H N W S T I E BE R , D D S (425) 338-7933 www.budgetblindsmillcreek.com S EPublisher’s O EThanks to everyone who contributed theirphotos, stories, ideas and attendance for this have your email address so we can make sure you are receiving invitations! March 2012 Holidays &issue! I hope you will contribute to our nextissues with stories, photos and ideas you Please continue to send me your stories,would like to share with your neighbors. photos and ideas! We welcome all yourThis is truly YOUR magazine and relies contributions! Observancesonly on the generous support of our adver- Have a wonderful March! Serving Mill Creek for over 30 years…tising sponsors. If you or someone you 2 - Read Across America Day / Dr. Suess Birthday One Smile at a Time!know has a need for their services, I hope Avery Holderyou will support the businesses that are Avery.holder@ 11 - Daylight Savings Time Begins supporting your neighborhood magazine! n2pub.com 17 - St. Patricks Day 425-424-3663And if you know a business you would per- office 20 - First Day of Springsonally recommend and would benefit from 206-718-9283having their business introduced to your cellfellow residents, please let me know! If you Experience Counts When Creating Beautiful Smiles!have not yet attended one of our monthlyRestaurant Reviews, please make sure I 1025-153rd Street SE Suite 102 Orthodontics for Children, Teens and Adults Mill Creek, WA 98012 Don’t forget that The Mill Creek Influence has a Facebook page!  “Friend” us so we can notify you of our community news and events. 425.745.6322 | www.jwstieber.com | Braces@jwstieber.com
  • 5. 8 neighborhoodnews The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence 9 With the start of the golf season just around the corner, what is More Freedom? the most effective way to insure you begin with lower scores – practice putting. ! Sign me up Practice putting - really? Well, a three inch tap-in or three foot putt counts the same as a 300 yard drive, one stroke. And, what is easier to practice? Professional golfers actually practice putting. Professional golf- ers actually pay coaches to help with their putting. The average professional golfer spends half of their practice time on their short game. And half of that time is spent with the putter. StopGolf Tip and ponder that fact. If the pros spend 25% of their practice website: InvisibleFence.com/PLUS time on the shortest club in their bag should not we, mere golf- phone: 866-520-5555 ing mortals, do the same? Our newest technology o ersof The MonThBy Charles Doepp The good thing about practicing your putting is that there are up to 30% more room many venues in which to practice. With inclement weather for your pets to run & play. the carpet inside your home will work quite nicely. To test feel Request a FREE consultation to find out more. you might want to try putting on your hardwood floors. (Tiger Woods was rumored to have practiced putting on Stanford Uni- Boundary Plus took years to engineer andPutting versity’s basketball court to prep for his first invitation to The was specifically designed for smaller properties allowing your pets more room to play. Master’s Tournament.) And many a pro has practiced in their hotel room at the end of the day. The beauty here is you can prac- Upgrade packages available for current customers. tice indoors. Mention The Mill Creek Influence and recieve $175 o a fully installed outdoor Invisible Fence Brand solution. A recent putting lesson I took focused on three areas to practice: pre-putt routine, alignment and stroke. A pre-putt routine, what could be more basic? Yet the pros prac- Thomas N Fadden MLO – 76525 tice their pre-putt routine all the time. When their putting goes Mortgage Planner BEST south, they first go back and look at their pre-putt routine. And after analyzing it, they then practice it. While it sounds silly, the office: 425.481.1120 SELLER direct: 425.492.1680 GAS INSERT pros benefit from a disciplined approach to stroking the ball. cell: 206.940.2212 Next up - alignment. Feet and body should be parallel to the fax: 877.817.9036 line of putt. The putter head should be square to the line of the putt. If you are not aligned properly, only luck will get the ball thomas.fadden@cobaltmortgage.com in the hole. And lastly there is the putting stroke. Basically, there are two: “Empowering clients through education straight back and through or an arc. With the straight back and and excellence is my constant ambition.” through method the putter head moves along the line of the putt on both the back swing and the follow through. The put- ter heads stay more or less square to the line of putt throughout the stroke. The arc method is similar to a mini swing. The putter head moves to the inside on the back swing, squares up as the ball is stuck and then moves back inside on the follow through. 22232 17th Avenue SE, Suite 207, Bothell, WA 98021 4829D 196th St. SW, Lynnwood, WA 98036 Use whatever method is the most comfortable. And once having www.ThomasLendingGuide.com decided, stick with it. 425.771.6434 Equal Housing Lender You will use the putter more than any other club in your bag. © 2011, Cobalt Mortgage, Inc., 11255 Kirkland Way, Suite 100, Kirkland, WA 98033. Toll Free: (877) 220-4663; Fax: (425) 605-3199. NMLS Unique Identi er: 35653. HearthSideandHome.com So begin the season with lower scores by having a renewed rela- Arizona Mortgage Banker License #0909801. Licensed by the Department of Corporations under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act #4130455. Licensed by the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies in Colorado state. Idaho Mortgage Broker/Lender License #MBL-5220. Nevada Mortgage Banker #3723, Nevada tionship with the flat stick. Mortgage Broker #3725. New Mexico Mortgage Loan Company License #03587.Oregon Mortgage Lender License #ML-2991. Washington Consumer Loan License #520-CL-48866.Thomas Fadden MLO 76525. Ticket# 2011120510000358.
  • 6. 10 neighborhoodnews The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodnews 11 pets Mill Creek precious young entrepreneurs Name & Age: Bailey (13 yrs old) Name & Age: Shelby (14 yrs old) (kid to kid this month) Neighborhood: Mill Creek Neighborhood: Mill Creek Phone Number: 425-422-3635 (mom’s number) Phone Number: 425-488-3078 (mom’s number) Hi! I am 13 and just starting to babysit. I live in Snohomish and I am a responsible 14 yr. old available for babysitting in the attend Valleyview Middle school and am in the 8th grade. I will Mill Creek area on the weekends. have my babysitting class completed and I love kids! Price per hour is negotiable. Name & Age: Jaime Cruickshank (almost 17 years old) Neighborhood: Mill Creek Name & Age: Hannah (11 yrs old) Phone Number: 425-870-9390Bella Brewer Neighborhood: Mill CreekI I am very responsible and have a wide range of experience with all d like to introduce you to Bella Brewer, who is an 8-year-old and decided it was time to expand our family as well. Our 3 cats Phone Number: 425-422-3635 (mom’s number) ages. I volunteer with non-profit organizations in our community Bernese Mountain Dog. My husband and I have lived in Mill needed a friend so we decided to go "look" at puppies. Of course I am just starting to babysit. Some people may think I’m too and I am saving money for a High School European experience. Creek for 9 years, and Bella has been an important part of the there is no "looking" at puppies, and after a trip to Clackamas, young but I turn 12 in April and adore children. I will be attendingneighborhood since she arrived. Bella has never met a stranger, as OR, we came home with Bella. Every summer, our neighborhood Valleyview next year. I also pet sit and love pets as well. We haveshe makes friends with everyone she meets. Even the most timid celebrates Bellas birthday right along with the other kids. She is two dogs, a cat and a bird (doodles) I want to open a pet store If your child would like to offer a service to the neighborhood, please have themchild cannot resist giving Bella a big hug around the neck. always spoiled with birthday cookies and a bone shaped cake. someday. email their information to Melissa Tyler @ at youngentrepreneaurs@gmail.com.After 6 women in our small neighborhood became pregnant within As a puppy, Bella was never overly mischievous. Except for onemonths of each other...my husband and I did some soul searching time that I just didnt have the heart to leave her in her crate. As I got home from work, she greeted me at the door with the sav biggest grin and tail swing. It took me a minute to clearly see 10% e Save o r T 10% o n a raini Gr oo what she had gotten in to. Her mouth and tongue were covered One n o er g class w ming se in black ink, and as I looked down I noticed that so were her ouse ith this r vice per h hold . E xp. 1 ad. 2/31/1 paws. In slow motion, I looked down the hallway at black paw 1 prints that stretched into the kitchen, around the island, into the family room, upstairs, and into the bathroom and down the hallway. After following the trail, I finally found the source... Mill Creek’s preferred custom framer since 1980 she had eaten a black ink cartridge from the printer! After a We transform your memories into masterpieces. Convenient. Nutritious. Delicious. trip to the vet, she was given a clean bill of health. Even though Because your dog deserves the best... We will always meet or beat our competitor’s prices. we had to replace some carpets, we did learn an important les- Located just minutes away, yet worlds apart, discover why Doggy Haven Resort is this areas number one destination for dogs. son. Being able to see every step that Bella took that day, we From the moment they enter our lobby, guests to our spacious countryside resort realized she never once got on the furniture! Part of the U-Frame-It Family experience friendship, stimulation and relaxation in boarding and daycare, develop new skills and a strengthened relationship with you in training, and receive excellent handling and care while being groomed head to tail. This fall Bella was diagnosed with Wobblers Syndrome. This disease primarily affects larger breed dogs. It is a neurologi- Come experience everything we have to offer! CREATIVE cal disorder where the vertebra in her neck is compressing her DESIGNS. spinal cord. When her symptoms first appeared, she stumbled O ering you & your dog the f inest CUSTOM and lost her balance a little more than usual. Along with the vet, Boarding, Daycare, Grooming we chalked it up to her being a lovable, goofy dog. But as her BUILT. Dinners Ready... e Better Choice! & Training 482-4472 Phone symptoms progressed, I just knew there was something more to it. in one location Totem Hill Plaza | (425) 825-9323 After visits to both an orthopedic specialist and a neurologist, we 12305 120th Ave NE, Suite C Kirkland, WA 98034 were given the news. Bellas spirit is such an inspiration. Even 15111 Main Street, Ste. A104 KirklandWA@DinnersReady.com | www.dinnersready.com Your dog’s favorite destination! though its a little harder to get up and down the stairs, or now 425.385.2121 See coupon in the back for an amazing discount www.doggyhaven.com that she needs help getting into the car...her smile and tail wag- www.artisancustomframing.com FREE delivery for Mill Creek and surrounding area 5303 West Interurban Boulevard, Bothell, WA 98012 (425) 482-4472 Phone ging never stop. She is the complete light of our lives and contin- ues to bring smiles to everyone in our neighborhood.
  • 7. neW fountain of youth12 neighborhoodnews The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence 13 the kids 2ds ki Botox/Dermal Fillers Injectables: looking good, feeling good and being competitive today’s society is essential. for those desiring quick, safe and effective anti-aging enhancements that produce impressive results, injectables are a great choice. Botox What is BOTOX® Cosmetic and how does it work? When can I see results and how long does it last? The increase BOTOX® Cosmetic is a purified protein produced by the in volume is instantaneous. Some swelling may occur but Clostridium botulinum bacterium. It is the only treatment of should resolve itself within 48 hours after the injection. Some its type approved by the FDA. BOTOX® Cosmetic works by bruising may also occur which can take up to two weeks to temporarily blocking communication between the nerves and resolve. Occasionally, patients may benefit from additional vol- the muscles in the treated area. Treating the muscle that causes ume of filler to achieve "optimal correction. Dermal fillers typi- the wrinkle will make that wrinkle dissipate. cally last up to a year or more before touch up treatments are needed. However, the lip area typically last about 6 months due What areas can be treated with BOTOX® Cosmetic? BOTOX® to the constant movement in that area. Added longevity can be Name: Shelby Lynn King Cosmetic can be used on various areas of the face, ranging from achieved by returning for touch-ups while some filler still exists Age: 13-yrs-old the glabella lines (frown lines between the eyebrows), horizontal since the body will usually continue to respond to some degree Grade: 8th grade lines on the forehead and crow’s feet around the eyes. Dr. Lin’s with collagen production around these products. With regular advanced knowledge of facial anatomy and expertise enables touch ups, over time, many patients report that less product and My Favorite Movies are The Cutting Edge, Stick It, Footloose, and him to perform BOTOX® Cosmetic treatments to aesthetically less frequent procedures are required to maintain results. Burlesque. improve other features of the face, such as create a mini brow Why choose Mill Creek Skin & Laser? Dr. Lin has had extensive training in the lift, reduce chin and lip lines (smoker’s lines), and even relax use of BOTOX® Cosmetic and dermal fillers. He is a highly skilled injector incor- My Favorite Music is Adele, Lil Wayne, Lady Gaga, Bruno vertical neck muscle bands. BOTOX® Cosmetic can also be porating advanced techniques so that you achieve the best, most natural and Mars, Justin Bieber used to treat migraine headaches and Hyperhydrosis (excessive most long-lasting results. With Dr. Lin, patience and preciseness are key. He will base his treatment plan on your expectations of BOTOX® and/or dermal fill- underarm sweating) that is not adequately managed with topical ers so you will emerge looking like you, just more rested and refreshed. My Sport is figure skating. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication. agents. Special Interests/Hobbies: I think it would be cool and fun to When can I see results and how long does it last? The patient will be able to see the results of the Botox injections within two Join us every Sunday learn how to play the guitar well. My family and I have several guitars, but I have never had the time to learn how to play. weeks. Lines continue to improve up to a month, and results 9:00am, 10:30am & Noon can last up to 4 months. Once the Botox wears off, the facial Other than skating, I like to take photos. I have a 35 mm cam- FOR MEN AND WOMEN era, and it is really fun to take pictures and I enjoy doing it. muscles will begin to function once more. Patients must return 4326 148th Street Southeast Mill Creek, WA 98012-4705 every three to four months or so to prevent the return of their Now o ering: (425) 316-3333 A s s e e n o n D r. O z : C o o l s c u l p t i n g b y Z e l t i q http://www.goldcreek.org Your Favorite Vacation: Last year I went to Maui, Hawaii and wrinkles. Sunday Service Times 9:00am, 10:30am & Noon loved it! Any place with palm trees and beaches is where I want Dermal Fillers Deeper wrinkles will require fillers, such as Juve- to be for vacation. derm, Restalyne, or Perlane to name a few. It is a non-invasive way to address the issue of volume loss, filling in and plumping Upcoming Obstacles: I have many in my sport of figure skat- up facial wrinkles, thereby restoring a smoother more youth- ing….Next competition season starts in April, and I am hoping ful look to the face. They are often called “lunchtime facelifts” to have a good training season. In October there is the North- or “liquid facelifts” because it can be done in your lunch hour, west Pacific Regional Championships, in which I hope to be and offers many of the benefits of a surgical facelift without the among the top 4 which move on to Nationals. downtime. I skate before and after school daily, Monday through Friday…I What areas can be treated with Dermal Fillers? and families by rture children to creatively nu ndation for a spend close to 3-4 hrs a day practicing. In addition, I also take Kids at the Creek exists ing environme nt which provides the fou n dergarte Dermal Fillers are often used to: provid ing a safe, lov l for ages 2 - kin lifetime of learni ng. Preschoo pilates, dancing and do a fair amount of conditioning off the ice · Fill in the prominent vertical wrinkles, (the "11s") between the eyebrows 931-8092 ation call (425) · Plump up the nasolabial folds, which are the “parentheses lines" which extend from the For more inform hecreek.com to stay fit and strong. or vis it www.kidsatt Church c/o Gold Cree k Community outer edge of the nostrils to the corners of the mouth k, WA 98012 t SE Mill Cree 43 26 148th Stree · Reduce the "Marionette lines," the downturned creases at the corner of the mouth istration now in process. When I grow up I want to be: A Skating coach. Hopefully I will Tours and reg us out! · Augment the hollows under the eyes Come check have competed in the Olympic games and have become a pro- · Enhance the cheeks w w w.MillCreekSkinLaser.com 15111 main street | suite a101 & a201 | Mill Creek, WA 98012 fessional figure skater. · Augment thin or aging lips 425.316.8200 | Hours: Tues-Sat 10:00 AM-6:00 PM · Scar correction
  • 8. 14 neighborhoodnews The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodnews 15garden clubmill crEEk sPrinG!nothing like it for a gardener. Have questions? Join us for our great programs listed below.March 14th Vertical Gardening…is our TV Personality & Garden Guru CISCOE ship and local Elementary School Grantsprogram topic. The presenters are Rob MORRIS is on his way. He’s our speaker Funds. Look for your Order Form inand Rochelle Taylor, Sno. Cnty Master on the 9th of May! And, it’s a picnic! the MCCA newsletter “The Mill Stream”.Gardeners. Vertical gardens come in all Casual dress! Learning is fun when Order forms must be returned by Aprilsizes and shapes….using trellises, tunnels, Ciscoes’ in the house. Prepaid reserva- 2nd. Need an order form? Contact anyteepees, up-side-down planters and more. tions required. For all details, go to our Garden Club member.You can have one in your garden no mat- website. We’re giggling already.ter what the size. The Mill Creek Garden Club meets the IT’S OUR ANNUAL SPRING BASKET 2nd Wednesday of the month, Septem-Donna Franklin from the WA Native SALE! Bursting with color and just right ber thru May at the Mill Creek CountryPlant Society will speak to us on “Native for every spring/summer occasion, these Club. Annual dues are $25.00. Lun-Flowers that Bloom in the Shade”. April baskets may be ordered for either a sun cheon fees for members are $23, and $2511th is the date. Donna’s special talent is or shade garden. And, we’ll deliver them for guests. For more information pleaseturning shady areas into places of serene right to your Mill Creek address Thurs- visit www.millcreekgardenclub.com. Toand quiet beauty. Ahhhh. day/Friday before Mother’s Day. More make a reservation, call Dawn Robnett, importantly, the net proceeds from the 425-385-8460 or email her:Oh la la!! basket sales benefit both our Scholar- dawnrobnett@comcast.net. mill creek SNOWMAGEDDON 2012 Thanks to everyone who sent in photos to share this crazy few days we had! As you can see, we not only got a ton of snow but we had a blast playing in it! continued...
  • 9. 16 neighborhoodnews The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodnews 17SNOWMAGEDDON ...continued Solatube Daylighting NEW GLASSDISTRACTIONS Decorative Fixtures QuadraFrost AuraGlo VividShade TierDrop OptiView JustFrost YOU’VE NEVER SEEN THE SUN LIKE THIS BEFORE. How does someone get up each day and make a con- Call for your DESIGN VOUCHER scious decision to be active WORTH $40!! To use towards a new Glass Distractions Decorative Fixture or and healthy? At first, this is not an easy task. Most of us let our busy lives dictate our choices. We set aside time for our Accessory with the purchase of a Solatube Daylighting System! jobs, taking care of the family, cleaning the house, and so on. It Call TODAY becomes very normal to brush aside exercise as being optional or 1(888)246-6006 | www.nwnaturallighting.com a half-hearted resolution saved for January 1st …and then soon Cannot be combined with other offers. Call for details. Voucher amount may vary. Lic.#NORTHNL012N7 to be forgotten. The first step is admitting you have a problem, right? We never seem to have enough hours in the day, and sadly our health gets pushed aside. This is a HUGE problem. My goal is to help encourage others to wake up each morning and take a moment to be inwardly attentive. And then, make the conscious decision to be active that day. Literally, verbalize it: “I Choose Active”. Take a walk after dinner with your spouse, play Wii with the kids, look up some yoga poses online and try them out! Soon, that will become easy and then you need a big- ger goal. Your increased activity will inspire you to cook health- Lifetime ier foods, maybe join a gym, attend a Zumba class with a friend, Workmanship or even run a 5k. All of these things become possible because Warranty you took the time to say each day that your active and healthy life is a priority. You are not willing to brush aside being healthy, this is a brand new lifestyle and it feels great! I’m excited to be a part of your journey, Antonella 425-483-7986 Antonella Brevig www.northcreekroofing.com 200hr RYT, Sattva Vinyasa Yoga FREE ESTIMATES IFPA Certified Personal Trainer Specializing in Residential Roofing IFPA Advanced Flexibility Specialist Composition, Shake, Skylights, Repairs Certification & Attic Insulation TRX Suspension Training Certification Defining Quality Since 1996 Licensed, Bonded & Insured 425-283-2065 www.ichooseactive.com
  • 10. 18 neighborhoodnews The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodnews 19 Favorite Vacation Spot: While we’ve taken family vacations to What music do you listen to? Ted enjoys jazz, R&B and clas- Hawaii, New York, Cape Cod and other destinations, our favor- sic rock. Teresa enjoys contemporary Christian, “angry rocker ite is Lake Chelan. Every summer we head over to Campbell’s chick” music, classical, and musicals. As you can imagine, jointly Resort for several days of sun, swimming, and boating. sharing one iPod can be a challenge! But we’ve found harmony in R.E.M., Genesis, 10,000 Maniacs, and Seal. Favorite Sports Teams: The WSU Cougars! Teresa is a WSU Alumni; Kristin is a WSU Junior, and there’s a high likelihood What are your favorite TV Shows? We love Cougar football and that Paige and Catie will attend WSU as well. Even Ted has basketball and Seahawks football. We’re also reality show junk- become an honorary Coug. You can see it in our license plates, ies, and try to watch the Apprentice, American Idol and Biggest our license plate frames, our WSU-decorated home office and Loser. But our favorite shows are Parenthood and Modern our apparel. Go Cougs! Family. In fact, we’ve been told that Ted is just like Phil and Teresa is just like Claire—go figure! Favorite Family Dinner: One when all five of us are home, which is rare! It’s not so much about the food, it’s more about the con- What is your favorite part about living in your neighborhood? versation and the chance for a very busy family to reconnect. We’ve become very good friends with about five or six families who live close by. Our back yards back up to a former horse corral Family Traditions: We have several…Going to church every that now boasts a fire pit and horseshoes. The group of families Photography by Chelsi Greenwood Sunday…Spending the 4th of July at Lake Ketchum with the host Halloween and New Year’s parties that everyone in the neigh-Family family’s annual bocce ball tournament…Thai food for Christmas borhood attends. And during the summer, we frequently have spon- Eve dinner… Our annual trip to Oregon to spend Thanksgiving taneous group barbecues and get-togethers. We feel really blessed to I am so thrilled to introduce you to this gorgeous family! We have started new opportu- with family…Using secret codes to label the girls’ Christmas gifts live in such a great community and have such good friends. nities for not only the families in our neighborhoods to have a chance to be the featured so they don’t know whose is whose…giving our girls’ boyfriends family each month, but also our advertisers so that you can get to know these amazingspotlight secret nicknames…and of course, rooting for anything Cougar! business owners and their wonderful families as well. We are all part of this wonderful community and without these advertisers this magazine would not be in existence so Kids? What activities are they involved with? Kristi is activelyplease take the time to thank them and let them know how much you love this magazine when you get the chance to do so. Without fur- involved in college life at WSU, including working as a Facilityther ado..please meet the Wenta-McGovern family! Both Ted and Teresa advertise in the magazine. Teresa is the Director of Marketing and Manager and lifeguard at the Rec Center, and being involvedCommunications for Providence Regional Medical Center Everett and Providence Medical Group and Ted is Director of Operations for YMCA in her church’s activities. Paige has been on the soccer, cross-of Snohomish County. country, track and bowling teams at Jackson High School, and serves as ASB secretary. Catie has played tennis and golf forThank you Teresa and Ted for sharing your beautiful family with us! Jackson, and has participated in DECA for four years, currently serving as president. Your family’s Mill Creek RealtorFamily Member Names: The Wenta- Profession(s): Ted has worked for the YMCA clubs, etc. Now that they’re almost grown How are you involved in the community? On a personal level,McGovern family includes Ted, Teresa, in various capacities for 25 years. He cur- and we’re about to become empty nesters, we like to hang out in the Mill Creek community, and canKristin, Paige and Catie rently serves as Vice President of Opera- we’re looking forward to having the time often be found frequenting Mill Creek Town Square. We enjoy tions for YMCA of Snohomish County. to pursue the things we enjoy: golf, tennis, attending Jackson High School football and basketball games.Pets: Bridgette (our four-year-old cat) and Teresa’s background is in marketing gardening, aimless Sunday drives, and scop- And we both serve as volunteer members and advisors on taskCiaoBella (our four-month-old kitten) and advertising. She spent the first 15 ing out the area’s best happy hour food! forces and committees for the Everett School District. On a years of her career working in Seattle at professional level, we both work for organizations—ProvidenceStreet: 144th Place SE (Apple Tree) a large ad agency. She’s now the Direc- Favorite Play Area/Park/Hang Out: During and the YMCA—that have facilities that serve the Mill Creek tor of Marketing and Communications the day, it’s a long walk around our neighbor- Community. That allows us to invest in the community throughWhere are you from? Ted is originally for Providence Regional Medical Center hood or through Mill Creek. At night, it’s at things like sponsorship of Mill Creek Festival, the Mill Creekfrom Southern California, but moved to Everett and Providence Medical Group, a any of Mill Creek’s wonderful restaurants. Summer Concert Series, Run of the Mill, and participation inthis area about 17 years ago. Teresa was position she’s held for 14 years. the Mill Creek Business Association.born in Everett (at the same hospital Favorite Restaurants: We’re creatures ofwhere she now works!). Favorite Activities/Hobbies: When our habit, and tend to go back to our favorites What do you like to do to relax? In the winter, we enjoy Sunday children were younger, our favorite activi- over and over. We can often be found at drives and watching college and professional football games. In theHow long have you lived in your neigh- ties and hobbies were whatever they were Azul, Emory’s, Villa Nuova, Capri, and summer, we try to be outside as much as possible, and enjoy hang- www.LizHunterHomes.comborhood? We moved to the Mill Creek involved in at the time—soccer, dance, the Blazing Onion. ing out with our neighbors around the back yard corral and fire pit. (425) 583 9887area seven years ago. horseback riding, school activities and
  • 11. 20 neighborhoodnews The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence 21CAR of the month What is unique about your car? What makes it special? I won this beauty kicking a field goal the day Steve Largent retired for the Seahawks! What is your personal history with the car? How long haveTell us about your car: Year, Make, Model 1990 Nissan 300 ZX you owned it? How did you come to own it? Kicked a 35-yard field goal during half time of the Seahawks game in the King- dome on Dec. 23rd 1989. A day I will never forget! If you’re a diehard Seahawks fan perhaps you were at that game. Who can forget Steve Largents retirement day? What is the history of the car model or manufacturer? This was the first year for the completely redesigned 300ZX model. A car truly ahead of it’s time in design and performance. What is your favorite thing about the car? EVERYTHING! This car still runs, looks and handles like the first day I picked it up from the dealership. Just lacks the new car smell. Of course this car has lots of sentimental value to me as well. Any other thoughts you would like to share? I feel totally blessed that I had this amaz- ing opportunity to not only participate in the Seahawk field goal kick contest, but to actually win such an amazing car. Having several close friends praying for me that day didn’t hurt my chances either. All I can say is, God is Good!
  • 12. 22 neighborhoodnews The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence 23 PaT h way S to health Colon Cancer Screening By Dr. Edward Slosberg It’s not what you want to hear, but you have nothing to fear! March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month and it’s the time to H M C reassess your health care needs. and happy client since 2003 The fact is that there is a 5% chance for the average person to D .R : develop colon cancer in their lifetime. And more than 90% of those cancers show up after the age of 50 – which is why we Dr. Rutherford always pays such attention to detail start checking at that age. and always makes you feel like the most important patient in the world. He genuinely gets to know you Most colon cancers arise from small benign growths called and sees you as a real person. Because of him, I am March is Colon Cancer polyps.  They grow slowly and as they get larger, they become no longer self-conscious about my smile. Awareness Month cancerous.  If we wait until we have symptoms – such as blood in the stool, difficulty with bowel movements, fatigue, anemia, -- S ndra S ery and weight loss – the growth is likely to become bigger, the risk of spread beyond the colon is much higher, and the chance of * Colorectal Cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer related deaths. cure is much lower. * In general, everyone should be screened at age 50 But there is something you can do about it.  A regular screen- Brian Rutherford, DDS * Screening colonoscopy can prevent colon cancer ing program with colonoscopy, beginning at the age of 50, can * Diagnosed early colon cancer is treatable identify colon cancers at an early stage when the chance for cure is much better. More importantly, if polyps are found and General, Implant, Restorative and Cosmetic Dentistry You dont have to be statistic removed, we can prevent colon cancer.  and neither do the ones you love! 16030 Bothell-Everett Hwy #280 Caryn Berkowitz, MD Sujoy Ghorai, MD Let me repeat that. Mill Creek, WA 98012 425.298.3925 Friedrich Loura, MD Ignatius Marsidi, MD We can PREVENT colon cancer. Michael McDonnell, MD James Mu, MD Edward Slosberg, MD Jerome Waldbaum, MD Gastroenterolog y Endoscopy Center What an opportunity!  And if that is not enough of a reason to www.RutherfordSmiles.com Laura Larson, PA-C motivate you, keep in mind that what is found out about your 4225 Hoyt Ave, Everett, WA health may very well lead to recommendations for family mem- (P)425-259-3122 (F)425-252-9860 Endoscopy Center bers and potentially save their lives. C C 12800 Bothell – Everett Highway, #200, Mill Creek, WA Woodlands Specialty Center 1909 214th Street SE, Suite 211, Bothell, WA 98021 So, get off your butt and get it into the doctor to be checked.  You may just save your life and the lives of your family members.
  • 13. 24 neighborhoodnews The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence HomeMatters 25 GOOD BUyS:Resident Recipe By Kaylene Brewer | *recipe adapted from Tartine Bakery crust: 1/2 Cup Confectioners Sugar 1 1/2 Cups All Purpose Flour 12 Tablespoons Butter, at room temperature know how to Negotiate Price negotiations are a part of most real estate deals. Buyers are in a better position to negotiate conditions found during their home inspection if they approach it the right way. Filling:Meyer Lemon Coconut Bars 2 1/2 Cups Sugar To beat the winter blues, try this updated 1/2 Cup All Purpose Flour Keep the following tips in mind when negotiating the price of a home: version of a classic treat. Meyer lemons are Grated Meyer Lemon Zest from 2 Small Lemons thought to be a cross between a lemon and 1 Cup Freshly Squeezed Meyer Lemon Juice 6 Large Eggs 1. Choose your inspector carefully. While buyers may think an A professional inspection report and estimates for repairs will a mandarin orange. They have a sweeter, 1 Large Egg Yolk inspection report gives them the upper hand, the home inspector provide you with the right documentation to engage in realistic less acidic taste than other lemon varieties. they choose needs to be qualified, credible and trustworthy. Verify negotiations. With the right preparation, you can negotiate your Pinch of Salt They are plump, round, thin skinned and a the inspector’s training, ongoing education programs, any certifica- way into the home that’s right for you. dark yellow, almost orange color. over the tions they may carry and if they have all the necessary local licenses. coconut topping: past few years they have been popping up Ask for a sample copy of their report. A poorly written or an unpro- Article Source: www.housemaster.com 1 Cup Coconut at farmers market stalls and local grocery 3 Tablespoons Cold, Cubed Butter fessionally prepared report by an untrained inspector will make it This information is provided for general guidance purposes only. Neither DBR Fran- stores. If however, you cannot find them, 2 Tablespoons All Purpose Flour harder for the seller to trust the findings. chising, LLC nor the local HouseMaster® franchise warrants its accuracy and assumes no liability related to its use. Contact the local franchise office and/or qualified special-*recipe adapted from Tartine Bakery feel free to substitute regular lemons. 1 teaspoon Vanilla ists for advice pertinent to your specific house or circumstances. © Copyright 2008 2. Attend the inspection. A good home inspector will encourage the DBR. Each HouseMaster franchise is an independently owned and operated business. buyer to attend the inspection because it makes the written report HouseMaster is a registered trademark of DBR Franchising, LLC. much more meaningful. A qualified inspector will demonstrate how DIRECTIONS: Preheat the oven to 350. Butter a 9 x 13 inch pan and to operate many of the systems of the home, point out important line with parchment paper. To prepare the crust, sift confectioners shut-off valves, and note any areas obstructed by furnishings or stor- sugar into a bowl of a stand mixer. Add the flour and mix on low age. All this makes it easier to verify that repairs have been made speed to combine. Add the softened butter and beat on low until the and check any areas that were obstructed at the time of the home dough comes together. Press evenly into the bottom of the pan. inspection during a final walk-through (when the home is vacant). Lay a piece of parchment paper over crust and line with pie weights 3. Focus on the major elements. Every home has minor or cos- or dried beans. Bake until crust is a golden brown, 25 to 35 minutes. metic flaws. An inspector’s role is not to really focus on peeling wallpaper or cracked sidewalks, although he may document it. While the crust is baking, make the filling and topping. For the In general, anything that would cost less than $500 to fix should filling, place sugar and flour into a large mixing bowl and whisk be considered normal maintenance. Repairs that exceed that until blended. Add the zest to sugar mixture and rub between fin- amount are more likely to be negotiable. gers to impart flavor. Add the lemon juice and mix well. In a sepa- rate bowl, whisk together eggs and yolk and pinch of salt. Add to 4. Be realistic. Buyers often try and negotiate $2 for every $1 the lemon juiced mixture and mix well. Set aside to make topping. of actual repair expense. Avoid souring a deal by trying to over- exploit a situation during negotiations. Get several estimates for In a food processor combine all topping ingredients and pulse needed repairs to substantiate your requests so that negotiations until butter is pea sized and mixture is crumbly. are realistic and professional. When the crust is ready, pull out of oven and pour lemon 5. Consider a home warranty. If many of the major systems in mixture over hot crust. Sprinkle topping evenly over mixture. the home are working but are older, ask about a home warranty. Reduce oven temperature to 300 degrees and bake until the The seller may even consider paying for this coverage, which center is set and not longer wobbly, about 30-40 minutes. will reduce the risks of expensive replacement costs in the first year. Most warranty programs are renewable so a buyer can opt Let cool completely and cut into square. Bars will keep in an to continue the coverage after the warranty period expires. airtight container in the refrigerator for 4 days.
  • 14. 26 neighborhoodnews The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence 27 BeaUty Revealed Thinning Hair78% The known factors and causes of thinning hair include the following: of all men and women will Genetics experience thinning hair at Nutrition and Diet some point in their lives. Environment Stress and TraumaThinning hair is not a single issue with a single cause. There are Medicationmany different causes and it can affect men and women of all ages. Health IssuesThe cause is often genetic, but it can also be triggered by certainevents and life stages. hair cells reproduce at a faster rate than any Early warning signs may tell you if thinning hair might affectother cells in our bodies, so they are also more sensitive to changes you in the future. Dryness and oiliness are indications of anin our health and environment. Understanding the causes and know- unhealthy scalp, which can inhibit hair growth. And, whileing the early signs are important in the treatment of thinning hair. it is normal to lose around 100 hair strands a day, they must be replaced at the same rate. If you notice more than the usual amount of hair in the shower or in your hairbrush, your hair will HALF PRICE begin to appear thinner. Men may notice a receding hairline or HAIR thinning crown, indicating male pattern baldness. Women may notice a wider part, thinning on the sides of the head, or a smaller ponytail, all of which may be signs of diffused thinning in women. COLOR WITH $25 HAIR CUT DS Labs and Nioxin products offer advanced solutions to help lessen the affects of thinning hair and hair loss. Your stylist may suggest a product therapy for you, and it is important to care- fully follow the product therapy for best results. *Must pre-pay with appointment Local resident Karen Ebel has been using DS Labs products *For new guests and guests we havent since November 2011. She had extremely fine thin hair and seen in a year or more the top of her scalp was beginning to show through. Her styl- *Please present this o er MCIFEB ist at Lorinda’s recommended daily use of Revita Shampoo and *Not to be combined with any other o ers Revita conditioner and twice daily use of Sprectra.DNC. Karen *Valid thru March 31, 2011 is very happy with her results. “I now have baby hairs sprouting all over. I can’t wait for them to get a little longer to really fill in my thinning patch.” She is excited to see even more results over the next few months. If you have any concerns, it is important to consult with a pro- fessional to determine what your specific needs might be. At Lorinda’s Salon Spa Store we offer solutions with advanced www.LorindasSalon.com products and technologies to help clients treat hair loss. More 800 164th SE, Ste H & I | Mill Creek 425.743.9722 information is available at www.lorindassalon.com.
  • 15. &28 The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodnews 29 Enjoy Your Yard Again! We Can Help! Sparkle, Shine GLOW with Dr. Dawn Question. I have heard about fillers to help with aging but I dont want to look fake or have "trout lips" what is your advice on these treatments? Yes I have seen the trout lips, chipmunk cheeks and pillow face all the labels the media has produced to describe bad fillers. Trout lips come from and inexperienced injector that over fills the vermillion border of the lips causing them to lip up into a fish like appearance. Chipmunk cheeks are caused by overfilling without feathering the fillers for a soft transition and finally pil- low face is when fillers have been used all over the face creating a dough like appearance. As I stress to many of my clients, the · · · · talent of the injector really matters when it comes to fillers. It also matters what type of fillers is used in the area treated. For , example I would choose Radiesee for the cheeks as it has some stability and staying power but is permanent so no mistakes are allowed. Juvederm and Restalyne are used in areas such as the lips and lower nasiolabial folds. The trick with successful fill- ers is the asthetic eye of the injector and the client’s outcome expectations. Fillers have revolutionized anti-aging treatments by allowing younger clients access to preventative treatments instead of waiting until late stage full facial surgery. Fillers are fast, afford- able, and have little to no downtime and provide immediate results. What more could you ask for? My picks: *Radiesse: cheek volume , • . . *Juverderm: lip - - *Restalyne: nasiolabial and other facial folds Until Next Time….. - -
  • 16. 30 younglife The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodnews 31 Women’s Club2011 - 12 Everett Public Schools student calendar The Mill Creek 2011 2012MON TUE WED THUR FRI MON TUE WED THUR FRI JULY JANUARY 1 2 3 4 5 6 Sep 5 Labor Day 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13* 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Sep 7 first day of school 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27* Sep 23 early release, all grades 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Oct 7 early release, all grades AUGUST FEBRUARY Oct 21 early release, elementary & middle school The Mill Creek Women’s Club is a wonderful social and phil- This year, the needs of Pathways have increased and in response, 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 Oct 24-28 early release, elementary & middle school conferences anthropic club, which gives you the opportunity to meet new we are pleased to announce a very special event, “Ladies Night 8 9 10 11 12 6 7 8 9 10 Nov 11 Veterans Day, schools closed 15 16 17 18 19 13 14 15 16 17 Nov 23 early release, all grades friends and give back to the community. Why not join us Out”. This event will be hosted by the Mill Creek Women’s 22 23 24 25 26 20 21 22 23 24 Nov 24-25 Thanksgiving Break 29 30 31 27 28 29 Dec 1 early release, elementary & middle school for our next upcoming Social as we attend The 24th Annual, Club and The Mill Creek Town Center. The excitement will SEPTEMBER MARCH Dec 2 trimester ends -- early release, elementary & middle school Northwest Women’s Show. We will be going on Saturday, begin on Thursday September 20th, 2012 from 6-9PM in the 1 2 1 2 Dec 19-Jan 2 Winter Break 5 6 7* 8 9 5 6 7 8 9 Jan 13 early release, all grades March 3rd and experience “Fashion and Style.” There will be heart of the Town Center. This Special Event has been made 12 13 14 15 16 12 13 14 15 16* Jan 16 Martin Luther King Jr. Day, schools closed entertainment on five stages including Fashion Shows, Home possible by The Mill Creek Town Center and their desire to 19 20 21 22 23* 19* 20* 21* 22* 23* Jan 27 first semester ends 26 27 28 29 30 26 27 28 29 30 Jan 30 teacher work day; schools closed for students Style Design, Girl Talk and more. We will meet at the Swim become involved in our worthy charity, Pathways. YWCA OCTOBER APRIL Feb 17-21 Mid-Winter Break 3 4 5 6 7* 2 3 4 5 6 Mar 9 teacher work day; schools closed for students club @ 9:15am to board a party bus and return at 2:00pm. Pathways for Women reaches out to over 1000 women per year 10 11 12 13 14 9 10 11 12 13 Mar 16 trimester ends Cost for the fabulous event is only $30, which includes bus and in Snohomish county providing emergency shelters, transitional 17 18 19 20 21* 16 17 18 19 20 Mar 19-23 early release, elementary only, conferences 24* 25* 26* 27* 28* 23 24 25 26 27 Apr 2-6 Spring Break admission to the Women’s Show. Please email or call Judy O’ housing, mental health counseling and services for children of 31 30 May 4 early release, all grades Loughlin @ judyolo@hotmail.com or 425-338-0990 to reserve domestic violence and working wardrobe. So grab the girls, save NOVEMBER MAY May 25 early release, all grades 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4* May 28 Memorial Day, schools closed your spot today. the date and join us for an evening of FUN! All proceeds will 7 8 9 10 11 7 8 9 10 11 May 29-Jun 1 early release, middle & high school only for presentations/culminating exhibitions 14 15 16 17 18 14 15 16 17 18 Jun 7 early release, elementary & middle school be donated to Pathways with admission that is tax deductible. 21 22 23* 24 25 21 22 23 24 25* Jun 8 teacher work day; schools closed for students Stay tuned for more details on this entertainment gala. 28 29 30 28 29* 30* 31* Jun 21 last day of school, early release, all grades DECEMBER JUNE 1* 2* 1* 5 6 7 8 9 4 5 6 7* 8 Note: Check with your school for early release times 12 13 14 15 16 11 12 13 14 15 Note: The last day of school may change if schools are closed for weather 19 20 21 22 23 18 19 20 21* 22 or other emergencies during the school year. 26 27 28 29 30 25 26 27 28 29 Makeup days are added at the end of the school year.* see note on right schools closed teacher work day, schools closed for studentsEar, Nose, & roat Specialists for the Entire Family Excellence in the care of: • Nasal Symptoms and Sinusitis • Hearing Loss and Ear Disease • Balance Disorders • Diagnosis & Treatment of Lumps of the Neck, yroid & Parathyroid • Tonsil and Adenoid Problems • Snoring and Sleep Apnea • Voice and Swallowing Di culties New location Serving Adults and Children for over 30 years as of Feb 1st Visit us at www.pugetsoundent.com Swedish Mill Creek North Seattle Edmonds A Member of Proliance Surgeons, Inc. 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  • 17. 32 realestateresource The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence Healthyliving 33 How Much Protein Should You Eat? Don’t sacrifice your carbohydrates for a high protein diet, andFeatured properties may not be listed by the office/agent presenting this brochure. think twice before “bulking up” those biceps with protein. YourSource Multiple Listing Service. All information herein has not been verified and is not guaranteed. daily diet shouldn’t contain more than 30% protein, because an amino acids can only be gleaned from your consumption ofSupplied by Charles & Sue Doepp excess of it will do more harm than good. certain foods. Fats also promote absorption of the fat-solubleAddress Neighborhood List Price Sale Price Sold Date DOM SqFt Status vitamins A, D, E and K.2212 160th Pl SE Springtree $325,000 73 2,346 Pending If you increase protein without adding more calories and exer- cise, instead of building muscle mass you will put your other You should lower the daily amount of protein and fat that you14712 38th Dr SE Websters Pond $300,000 44 2,536 Pending consume to an acceptable level, while raising the amount of body systems under undue stress. Meanwhile, a diet where pro-3506 149th Pl SE Websters Pond $404,900 65 3,412 Pending tein is more than 30% of your calorie intake causes a buildup of complex carbohydrates you consume to at least 50% of your16002 26th Ave SE Highlands $425,000 45 2,577 Pending toxic ketones. A “ketogenic” diet pushes your kidneys to exces- daily calorie intake. This will ensure that you are eating a proper1328 142nd Pl SE Douglas Fir $455,000 3 3,891 Pending sively flush themselves free of toxins. and not a “fad” diet every day. Eating meals rich in whole grains, fruits and vegetables, as well as some high protein and certain3212 150th Pl SE Sunrise $405,000 62 2,698 Pending Protein is required for your body’s normal functioning, as it “fatty” foods, will help you to obtain your desired weight and to2109 148th St SE Evergreen $649,000 1018 4,229 Pending helps synthesize enzymes and hormones. It maintains your keep fit -- not fat.3630 147th St SE Websters Pond $372,500 $367,500 12/22/11 39 2,536 Sold fluid balance and the building of antibodies against infections. Article Source: www.wellnessarticlelibrary.com1402 145th Pl SE Holly $299,000 $299,000 01/19/12 147 1,765 Sold It also is the basic building block for muscles, bones, cartilage,3211 139th Pl SE Northpointe $299,950 $299,950 12/23/11 178 1,848 Sold skin, hair and blood, and is essential for the formation of all of2000 7 Village Green Fairwood Greens $388,500 $376,000 01/17/12 7 2,284 Sold the cells in your body. You should eat protein-rich foods such as meat, cheese, milk, fish and eggs to get enough protein in your Who Knew Going to the Dentist14809 36th Ave SE Stonehedge $395,000 $392,000 01/20/12 13 3,069 Sold daily diet. You can also find protein in soy products. Could Be So Much Fun?15916 29th Dr SE Highlands $419,000 $400,000 12/22/11 141 2,809 Sold3014 145th St SE Apple Tree $405,000 $400,000 12/20/11 51 1,977 Sold Proteins are made up of several different amino acids, some of which your body can make on its own. But some of them have to be ingested. These are called the “essential” amino acids. You must eat a variety of foods to make sure you’re getting all of your essen- tial amino acids. Lack of these can cause growth failure, loss of muscle mass, decreased immune system functioning, weakening of the circulatory and respiratory systems – and even death. The average American adult needs eight grams of protein each day per twenty pounds of normal body weight. Yet we generally eat twice that much protein daily. If you balance your carbo- Dr. Roger Lucas DDS hydrates with your proteins, and eat a variety of foods to make Board Certified Pediatric Dentist sure you get all of the amino acids you need, you will be eating a healthy diet. Now Accepting New Patients! Infants-18 years old Mention this ad to receive a free electric toothbrush at your exam Your daily diet should contain no more than 30% total calories from fats. The upper limit on the amount of fat in your diet Parent Map Golden will depend on how many calories you need to maintain your Teddy 2011’s Best Kids weight, and cutting back on fat can help you consume fewer calories. But some dietary fat is needed for good health. It sup- 425-774-1285 Dentist Winner 18833-B 28th Avenue, Lynnwood By the Alderwood Mall, in the Shane Company Plaza plies energy and the essential fatty acids, which like the essential
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  • 20. 38 The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence Localevents 39 Saturday, March 10 Saturday, March 24 Snohomish Wine Festival Steps to Healing Gala Dinner AuctionMarch Where: Town of Snohomish Where: Sheraton Hotel at 1400 6th Avenue, Seattle lo c a l e v e n ts When: 12:00pm – 4:00pm When: 5:00pm – 9:00pm Nearly 20 wineries from Snohomish County and WA State feature Prosthetics Outreach Foundation (POF) is hosting their 9th Annual tastes of premium vintages, plus light appetizers and musical Auction. Come and enjoy an exciting evening featuring a 4-course entertainment. dinner with wine and a marvelous live and silent auction. Win For more information: www.snohomishwinefestival.com trips to exotic destinations, exquisite jewelry, sports packages and much more. All proceeds benefit the Prosthetics Outreach Founda-Saturday, February 25 Friday, March 16 – Sunday, March 18 tion & our mission to help developing countries restore mobility andCaring for Berries 31st Annual Quilters Anonymous Quilt Show independence to amputees and other disabled children and adultsWhere: The Plant Farm, Marysville Where: Evergreen State Fairgrounds, Monroe by providing access to prosthetic care, orthopedic surgery, and club-One of the best times of year in the Northwest is the coming of This years Quilters Anonymous 31st Annual Quilt Show, "Alive With foot treatment. POF sponsors the prosthetic care of amputees withberry season. Our friend and berry expert Tom Walters will be Color!" will be held in the new building at the Evergreen State Fair- custom-made prostheses, fund the surgical correction of severe limbjoining us for a timely seminar on caring for berries. Raspberries, grounds. For the first time, everything will be under one roof in a new, deformities for children and adults, and avoid lifelong disability forblueberries, strawberries, he will be discussing them all and much bright, well lighted venue! Over 500 quilts will be on display - made young children with clubfoot deformity through casting and brac-more. Bring your pen and questions and we’ll supply the paper for by quilt guild members over the last year. Also included in this years ing. For more information: https://pofsea.ejoinme.org/2012auctionsome Q & A after the seminar. FREE, and open to the public. Easy Lofton, Flight Time Lang, Dizzy Grant, Scooter Christensen, show: Quilts-to-Go items that can be purchased; a merchant mall withFor more information: 360-652-3351 and many others will team up with the world class rookies for vendors marketing fabric, patterns, quilting tools and goods for nee- nearly 270 games on the North American portion of the World dle arts; viewers choice awards; community service display of charitySaturday, February 25 Tour. Player rosters in each city will vary and are subject to change. projects; quilting demonstrations; a kids activity area and a food court.Harlem Globetrotters For more information: 866-332-8499 For more information: www.quiltersanonymous.orgWhere: Comcast Arena at EverettWhen: 7:00pm Sunday, February 26 Sunday, March 18The most extraordinary Rookie Class team in history has been Lord Hill Trail Run People Helping Horses Rescue and Transformational Changes EGEannounced for the Harlem Globetrotters 2012 tour and it includes Where: Lord Hill Regional Park, Snohomish programthree stand out rookies joining the squad this year. Paul “Tiny” Stur- Annual trail run produced by 4th Dimension Racing. 5 mile, 10 Where: 9009 222nd St SE, Woodinville, WAgess measures in at 7’8” and is tallest pro basketball player in his- mile, 20 mile and 50K Trail Run When: 9:00am – 4:00pmtory. On the opposite end 5’2” Jonte “Too Tall” Hall sets the record For more information: 425-301-7009 Lunch provided. People Helping Horses Rescue and Transforma-for the shortest player in history to join the team. Finishing this tional Changes EGE program are partnering with rescued horsestrifecta is the first female player since 1993 Fatima “TNT” Maddox of Saturday, March 3 – Sunday, March 4 to develop personal insight and study leadership. Experience pro-Temple University. Three challengers from the 2011 College Slam Euro Moto 2012 Show found and unique ways to learn about self, develop new insightsDunk Contest will be wowing audiences on the Globetrotters 2012 Where: Lynnwood Convention Center moving forward. No horse experience needed and no ridingtour. Champion and YouTube sensation Jacob “Hops” Tucker joins For more information: 425-774-3538 included. For more information: http://peoplehelpinghorses.org/the team at 5’10” with a 50-inch vertical. Slam dunk contest runner calendar/up John “Jet” Williams of UNC-Asheville and semifinalist Darnell Friday, March 9“Spider” Wilks of the University of Cincinnati also bring great tal- Lorna Luft -Songs my Mother Taught Me Saturday, March 24ent to the team. Giant is the only way to describe these players; Where: Edmonds Center for the Arts Reduced Shakespeare Company-The complete World of Sports7’4” Jermaine “Stretch” Middleton, 7’ Anthony “Biggie” McClain, and When: 7:30pm Where: Edmonds Center for the Artspreviously mentioned 7’8” Sturgess all towering over seven feet One of Lorna Lufts most ambitious projects is this highly When: 7:30pmtall. Sturgess is the tallest Globetrotter ever and comes to the team acclaimed multimedia production. This theatrical extravaganza The entire history of athletic competition will be regurgitated in afrom a career at Mountain State University (W.Va.). He is the 19th melds one of the worlds most familiar songbooks with personal marathon of madness and mayhem as the worlds great sportinginternationally born player in team history, hailing from Lough- memories of a loving daughter. events are shrunk down to theatrical size. Generally family friendly.borough, England. Current Globetrotters stars Special K Daley, Big For more information: 425-275-9595 For more information: www.ec4arts.org
  • 21. 40 neighborhoodnews The Mill Creek Influence March March The Mill Creek Influence 41Mill Creek InfluenceresiDent BUsiness GUiDeThe Resident Business Guide is a list of the business owners that live in Mill Creek. To have yourbusiness listed absolutely FREE in this section, please email avery.holder@n2pub.com This opportu-nity is open ONLY to residents of the Mill Creek Neighborhood. Thank you for your participation.BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT INTERIOR DESIGN/RETAIL PRESCHOOL Darren & Gwen MunsonBurns Business Development Heartland Interiors & Gifts Happy Days Preschool (425) 338-9400Mike & Melissa Burns Sue Atkins Julie Johnson www.facebook.com/millcreekhomes(425) 485-3567 (425) 485-1877 (425) 293-4979mike@burnsbusiness.com suesshopping@gmail.com julie@happydaypreschool.net RESTAURANTSwww.burnsbusinessdevelopment.com www.HeartlandInteriorsInc.com Russell Lowell Restaurant and PROFESSIONAL CateringDENTIST LANDSCAPING PHOTOGRAPHER Russell LowellMill Creek Dentistry Classic Landscape & Design Chelsi Greenwood (425) 486-4072Casey Culberson Pam Kottwitz Photography www.russelllowell.com(425) 341-4415 (425) 273-4512 Chelsi Greenwoodwww.caseyculbersondds.com www.classiclc.com (425) 686-8358 info@chelsigreenwoodphotography.FINANCIAL PLANNING PAINTING COMPANY comWaddell & Reed King Paint and Wall www.chelsigreenwoodphotography.Bryan Hendrickson Kurt King com(425) 774-9053 (425) 488-3078bhendrickson@wraadvisors.com www.kingpaintunlimited.com REALTORSwww.bhendrickson.wrfa.com Charles & Sue Doepp Charles and Sue Doepp (425) 280-4545 www.suedoepp.com Providing Business & Individual Laughing Buddha Federal, State Taxation & Planning, QuickBooks Consulting, Yoga Studio Entity Formation Services Healing the Body, Stilling the Mind, Awakening the Spirit Laughing Buddha Yoga Studio is a space for transformation. Whether you seek Chris Freeman, CPA C.Freeman,CPA,PC to transform the physical body, practicing quieting the mind or dive deeper into the spirit, we have a class for you. With an expansive schedule of classes, we 12428 9th Dr. SE, Everett,WA 98208 seek to make yoga available for all students. We currently offer: Vinyasa, Phone: 425.225.5732 | Fax: 800.648.1058 Hatha, Yin, Prenatal, Kids, Mom and Baby, Restorative, Adaptive, Meditation, Email:chris@cpachris.name | http://www.cfreemancpapc.com and Private classes for individuals and groups. 206-617-1672 |www.LaughingBuddhaYogaStudio.com 17624 15th Ave SE, #111A | Mill Creek
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