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The Mill Creek Influence November 2011 Issue

  1. 1. theMilloCreeki n f l u e n c ea publication exclusively for the residents of mill creek • November 2011 Photography by Chelsi Greenwood Photography
  2. 2. 2 The Mill Creek Influence November November The Mill Creek Influence 3 Lo c a L a r e a co n tac t s © 2011 Neighborhood Networks Publishing, Inc. ™ EmErgEncy 911 emergency AREA DIRECTOR Avery Holder 425.424.3663 non EmErgEncy 425-328-0035 Mcca security PHOTOGRAPHER Chelsi Greenwood Photography 425-745-6175 Mill creek Police 360-668-5357 Fire District #7 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Tara Mellum Charles Doepp Lindsay Ware utilitiEs CREATIVE TEAM Christie Joyce Robb Hotchkiss 800-483-1000 Verizon Erich Nickens Amber Rogerson 888-225-5773 Puget sound energy Katie Sneed Marie Nowell 425-783-1000 snohomish county PUD Krista DeWitt Adrienne Jensen 425-481-1100 Waste Management nW Kylie Martin Angelina Garcia 800-COMCAST comcast cable Amanda Barnette 425-787-0220 alderwood Water District 425-337-3647 silver Lake Water District schools 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 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  organizations Mill creek Womens club West coast aquatics center Greater Mill creek senior center DISCLAIMER: N2 Publishing is not affiliated with or contracted by the City of Mill Creek (the “City”). This publication, including the content of articles and advertisements contained herein, is not authorized or endorsed by the City. Any Mill creek Garden club 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 not endorsed or recommended by N2 Publishing or the publisher. Therefore, neither N2 Publishing nor the publisher may be 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. 3. 4 neighborhoodSponsors The Mill Creek Influence November November The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodSponsors 5 This section has been created to give you easier access when searching for a LANDSCAPING REAL ESTATE AGENT SECURITY & SOUND TRAVEL SERVICES trusted neighborhood vendor to use. Take a minute to familiarize yourself Classic Landscape Care Remax - Sue and Charles Doepp INTEGRATION Bourke Travel with the businesses sponsoring The Mill Creek Influence . (425) 273-4512 (425) 280-4545 NW Security & Sound 16120 Cascadian Way These local businesses are proud to partner with your neighborhood and (350) 691-4200 Bothell, WA 98012 make this newsletter possible. Please support these businesses and thank RESTAURANT (425) 787-1115 them for supporting you! MATTRESSES La Palmera Mattress City 1629 Center Rd SPA 121 SE Everett Mall Way Suite A Everett, WA 98204 Lorindas Salon Spa Store WINDOW COVERING Everett, WA 98208 (425) 379-5100 800 164th St SE Budget Blinds (425) 355-7378 Mill Creek, WA 98012 9915 7th Ave St SeAUTO CARE - REPAIR DENTIST - PEDIATRIC FAMILY DOCTOR FRAMING (425) 743-9722 Everett, WA 98208Quality Foreign Auto Lynnwood Kids Dentist Western Washington Family & Artisan Custom Framing The Jet Bar & Grill (425) 338-793318002 Bothell Everett Highway 18833 28th Ave W Suit B Pediatric Medicine 15111 Main Street A 104 ORTHODONTIST 800 164th St SE www.budgetblindsmillcreek.comMill Creek, WA 98012 Lynnwood, WA 98036 4301 Hoyt Avenue Mill Creek, WA 98012 John W Stieber D.D.S. Mill Creek, WA 98012 TAEKWONDO(425) 481-1200 (425) 774-1285 Everett, WA 98203 (425) 385-2121 1025 153rd St. SE (425) 743-4594 White Tiger Martial (425) 317-8025 Mill Creek, WA 98012 3922 148th St SE (425) 745-6322 Bothell, WA 98012CHILDREN AND DOG BOARDING HEALTH SERVICES ROOFING / HOME (425) 357-0357FAMILY PHYSICIAN Doggy Haven Resort and Spa FAMILY FUN Providence Physicians Group IMPROVEMENT www.white-tiger-ma.comPuget Sound Ear Nose & Throat 5303 Interurban Blvd Mill Creek Family YMCA (425) 316-5080 PRIVATE SCHOOL North Creek Roofing15021 Main Street Suite K Bothell, WA 98012 13723 Puget Sound Drive Archbishop Murphy 17624 15th Ave SE Ste 105A TAX SERVICESMill Creek, WA 98012 (425) 482-4472 Everett, WA 98028 12911 39th Avenue Southeast Bothell, WA 98012 Toyer Dietrich CPA(425) 337-4810 (425) 337-0123 HOME CLEANING Everett, WA 98208 (425) 822-6921 3705 Colby Maid Brigade (425) 379-6363 Everett, WA 98201 FACIALS / SKIN CARE (206) 362-8439 (425) 258-3432CHURCHES Mill Creek Skin and Laser FINANCIAL PLANNER SALON & DAY SPA www.toyercpa.comGold Creek Community Church 15111 Main Street Waddell & Reed PROFESSIONAL Spa In The City4326 148th St SE Mill Creek, WA 98012 19217 36th Ave W Building 5 HOME PHOTOGRAPHY 9505 19th Ave SE, Suite 109 TIRES, BRAKES ANDMill Creek, WA 98012 (425) 316-8200 Lynnwood, WA 98036 IMPROVEMENT Chelsi Greenwood Photography Everett, WA 98208 BATTERIES(425) 316-3333 (425) 774-9053 Granite Transformations (509) 795-0215 (425) 948-7723 Les 11524 Mukilteo Speedway www.chelsigreenwoodphotography. 13223 Bothell Everett Hwy FAMILY ATHLETIC Mukilteo, WA 98275 com Mill Creek, WA 98012COSMETIC CLUB FIREPLACES & (425) 773-4938 (425) 337-6373DENTISTRY / ORAL Columbia Athletic Club BARBECUES www.granitetransformations. www.lesschwab.comSURGERY 505 128th St SE Hearthside & Home com/northseattle/Bill J Mulliken DDS Everett, WA 98208 4829 196th SW #D16030 Bothell Everett Highway # 280 (425) 745-1617 Lynnwood, WA 98036 HOSPITALMill Creek, WA 98012 (425) 771-6434 Providence Regional Medical Center(425) 337-4001 (425) 261-2000 November 2011 Holidays & Don’t forget that The Mill Creek Influence has Observances 11 Veterans Day a Facebook page!  “Friend” us so we can noti- 24 Thanksgiving Day fy you of our community news and events.
  4. 4. Note6 neighborhoodNews The Mill Creek Influence November November The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodNews 7Publisher’s OctOber Special! As many of you know, we ran a contest last month and gave all of you the opportunity to win amazing gifts from all of your favorite advertisers! Thank you so much for participating, it was so much fun and we will definitely be doing this again soon. So if you didn’t get a chance to participate, you will have another shot soon! Winners will be announced here next month! North Creek Roofing In spa Gift CertificateResidents, Wine picnic basket Waddell and Reed We are pleased to bring you your If you have not yet attended one of our Restaurant Reviews, Quality Foreign Auto Comprehensive Financial plan ($900 value) third edition of The Mill Creek Influ- please email me or call me with contact information so we $50.00 gift certificate towards any major service Mattress City ence magazine and hope you will may keep you posted on upcoming events. These are wonderful Artisan Custom Framing Memory Foam Pillow enjoy the monthly publications. opportunities to meet your neighbors and many of the fabulous $40.00 gift certificate Western Washington Family Medicine businesses that adorn this magazine, have a wonderful meal, and Dr. Mulliken at Mill Creek Dentistry Emory’s Restaurant Gift Certificate I’ve had the great pleasure of meet- hear some great stories! Gift Certificate for Massage Envy and dinner gift certificate to Azul Chelsi Greenwood Photography ing more residents this month and White Tiger Martial Arts Complimentary Photo Shoot what a pleasure it has been! Reminder- if you would like to be included in our Resident One Month of classes including uniform & t-shirt Gold Creek Community Church Business Guide- it’s free! Email me your contact info and we The Country Village Shops $20 gift certificate to the Cafe I look forward to being able to tell will include it in that section. $50 gift certificate to Country Village Mill Creek YMCA the stories of the many people who Budget Blinds 1 month of free membershipcall Mill Creek their home. If you have a story or article to And, finally, thanks to our advertisers as without them youshare, please call or email me! would not have this magazine. I hope you will get to know and support those businesses that support your neighborhood; I promise they are truly the best of the best! Have a wonderful November!Boy ScoutS For the Holidays this year, boy scout troop 356 will be selling pop- corn and also offering gift wrapping for just $1 a unit! Remember that there is always a 70% tax deduction, so don’t forget to ask forTroop 356 a receipt! Please contact: Troop 356 - email: or call him @ 206-601-0320 or find us on the web @
  5. 5. 8 neighborhoodNews The Mill Creek Influence November November The Mill Creek Influence 9Golf Tip Innovation in Orthodontics of the Month Where Great Smiles Begin!Preparing for Fall GolfWhile golf courses are preparing for the onslaught of wintery weather, is your golf game prepared for the changes ahead?Proper clothing - Yes, everyone knows to wear layers but more to hit the ball your normal distance? Take one club less or evenimportant is the type of material and how it is constructed. two if it is windy. No one really counts how far you hit the ballInsure that the layers move or slide with one another. The slid- in cold weather prevents binding and promotes a freer swing. clean clubs - With wet weather comes softer playing conditions.Warm hands - There are numerous specialized golf gloves and These conditions are ripe for coating your clubs with mud andpocket hand warmers available. Find one that fits your style grass. Any material on the face of the club can significantlyof play. I prefer to hit the ball with gloves off. I then keep my affect backspin and the controllability of a shot. Keep yourhands warm by putting them in my pockets, with a hand warm- clubs clean. Your scoring will, between shots. Keeping your hands warm will increase yourenjoyment and shot making ability. With less crowded courses and crisp days, fall golf is to be appreciated. Go out and down - OK the temperature is colder, the ball is colder, Serving Mill Creek for over 30 years…One Smile at a Time!your swing is not as long or as smooth, so are you really trying Charles Doepp Ear, Nose, & roat Specialists for the Entire Family Excellence in the care of: Nasal Symptoms and Sinusitis • Hearing Loss and Ear Disease • Balance Disorders Complimentary Smile Evaluations or Complimentary Orthodontic Examination Diagnosis & Treatment of Lumps of the Neck, yroid & Parathyroid Tonsil and Adenoid Problems Snoring and Sleep Apnea • Voice and Swallowing Di culties A Member of Proliance Surgeons, Inc. P.S. John Stieber Orthodontics John Parker, MD Duncan Riddell, MD Henry Chang, MD Tyler Kimbrough, MD, PhD 1025-153rd Street SE Suite 102 Serving Adults and Children for over 30 years Shawn Rogers, MD Visit us at Mill Creek, WA 98012 Mill Creek North Seattle Edmonds 15021 Main Street, Ste. K 9730 3rd Ave NE, Ste. 201 21616 76th Ave. W, Ste. 112 Mill Creek, WA 98012 425-337-4810 Seattle, WA 98115 206-526-9999 Edmonds, WA 98026 425-775-6651 425.745.6322 A liated With Seattle Children’s Hospital | Northwest Hospital | Swedish-Edmonds Hospital | Swedish - Mill Creek Hospital
  6. 6. 10 neighborhoodNews The Mill Creek Influence November November The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodNews 11 pets 2dsprecious kids meet corky & Becca kiIntroduce us to your family. How long have you lived in the neighbor- They are named for the brother and sister characters in the TVhood? We (Kurt, Marla and Sean) moved to Mill Creek in 1988 series, “Life Goes On” Corky was played by Chris Burke andand lived in the Highlands South subdivision until 2001 when we Becca was played by Kellie Martin.moved to River Crossing when we bought the first house in thissub-division. Corky is silver and black/dark gray and looks like his dad, Becca is solid black like her mom.Tell us your pet’s story. Where/why did you get your pet? Is there a storybehind its name? Please include your pet’s breed/age if applicable… What special talents/quirks does your pet have?Corky and Becca are Miniature Schnauzers and are litter mates. Becca acts like a cat when she perches on the top of a chair backBorn on June 6, 2004 we brought them home when they were in the family room.6-weeks-old. Becca likes to hug people, she wraps her front legs around your WINTER save Sa neck and rests her head on your shoulder. sadie 10% or Tvreai1n0% on a Gr age - 8 One ing c oom o er l a i n per h ss with g ser vi Corky lays on the couch or a chair and crosses his front legs and grade - 3rd BLAST! c hold this ad. e ouse . Ex p. 12 lifts his head as high as he can with his nose slightly up in the air movie- Soul Surfer /31/1 1 - he would probably look very regal but with his mismatched ears music - pop music...Taylor Swift (one up one down—always!) it is more comical. sports - Swimming, Basketball and track Corky gets anxious when our neighbors dog, Tito, and Becca are musical instrument she would like to learn - Guitar hobbies - Drawing, Fashion and Reading Come Play with Us! Favorite Vacation - Mazatlan Snow Hill GAMES Because your dog deserves the best... “talking” to each other in cute little barks back and forth. He Located just minutes away, yet worlds apart, discover why Doggy Haven Resort is this starts howling/yelping and throwing himself against the door. challenges - She is starting swim team again. areas number one destination for dogs. unique quality - She does cartwheels wherever she goes (even on cement) From the moment they enter our lobby, guests to our spacious countryside resort experience friendship, stimulation and relaxation in boarding and daycare, develop new What’s the funniest story you have about your pet? I locked myself Future Job - Fashion Designer Activitie FOOD skills and a strengthened relationship with you in training, and receive out once and had to go to my son’s to get a key. While I was excellent handling and care while being groomed head to tail. Come experience everything we have to offer! gone Corky bruised his upper lip, nose and gums by hitting the door, probably because Tito was out! For 3 days I had to hand feed Jack age - 5 Saturday, December 3 him because it was too painful for him to get his food out of the dish. grade - Kindergarten movie - Chronicles of Narnia 10-2 pm O ering you & your dog the f inest music - Hip Hop On the campus of Gold Creek Community Church Boarding, Daycare, Grooming 4326 148th St. SE, Mill Creek 98012 & Training 482-4472 Phone Just how spoiled is your pet? sports - Soccer, basketball, BMX racing and skateboarding in one location They are the first dogs we have ever had that are allowed in bed. instrument he would like to play - Drums hobbies - Playing Wii and Reading Geronimo Stilton Another family FUN What else should we know about your pet and/or how your pet has Vacation - Mazatlan event brought to you by Your dog’s favorite destination! enriched your home/family? They give a lot of love and know challenges - BMX racing when to give extra cuddles! unique quality - He has a tree house 5303 West Interurban Boulevard, Bothell, WA 98012 (425) 482-4472 Phone Future job - Army, cook and builder
  7. 7. 12 neighborhoodNews The Mill Creek Influence November November The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodNews 13 has been studying and preparing Dim Zen Garden provided an incredible dining experience for all of us and the consensusReview Sum since 1986 where he attended a among our group was “we will definitely be back for more!” very prestigious 3 year school for the art Comments from the evening included: restaurant of Dim Sum in main land China. His Zen Garden brother joined him in 1996. “Excellent fresh dim sum, beautiful presentation, charming and informative owner and 16300 Mill Creek Blvd wonderful dim sum chefs”. - Charles and Sue Doepp Mill Creek, WA 98012 Their specialties are the spinach dump- 425-745-6668 lings that are all natural using the spinach “Loved the artistic display, wonderful tastes, thank you for a wonderful evening!” juices to color the dumplings. The Ma brothers’ signature dish is the sticky rice “Many different entrees, wide variety and the service was very good!” pies, and the only place you can get them is Zen Garden in Mill Creek. All of the “Our favorite was the honey walnut shrimp, green beans and Dim Sum....amazing! Thank dim sum is handcrafted and unlike other you for a delightful evening!” - Steve and Sue AtkinsUpon arrival we were greeted warmly by to get further acquainted, we knew this Our menu consisted of a variety of mouth dim sum restaurants; the Zen Garden is theCindy, the manager of this beautiful res- was going to be a memorable night. watering dim sum, shrimp spring rolls, pork only one that is made to order. Their menu “Awesome experience, amazing food and service!”taurant. As we took our seats overlooking and shrimp dumplings, crispy shrimp, pastry is numbered and the pictures correlate tothe incredible view of the garden and Zen Garden is the sort of restaurant sticky rice, honey walnut shrimp (a favorite), the paper menu so that you can choose “Very very good. Have been many times and will definitely return.”breathtaking pond, our drink orders were where people become "regulars." You find an amazing lobster dish, incredible green beans exactly what you want from the photos!taken promptly and arrived quickly there- yourself heading down there a couple of and out of this world fried rice. This is perfect for anyone new to dim sum. “All entrees were incredible! Loved the shrimp rolls! Outstanding evening!”after. We had a wonderful time social- times a month because youve got thatizing before seating ourselves at a large craving for the honey walnut shrimp, the The Ma Brothers, Dim Sum Chef Chao DISCLAIMER: The business reviewed in this sec- Thank you Cindy for treating all of us to a wonderful evening. It was our completetable which accommodated our entire green beans and the spring rolls among Quan Ma and De Yu Ma, are the Dim tion provided products and/or services free of charge in pleasure to dine in your wonderful restaurant. Overall rating: * * * * *group of fifteen people. As we all began many of their other incredible dishes. Sum Team at Zen Gardens. Chao Quan exchange for this review.
  8. 8. 14 neighborhoodNews The Mill Creek Influence November November The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodNews 15 Photography by: Chelsi Greenwood Photography Favorite Family Dinner: We love bbqing burgers in the back yard. riding around the neighborhood. Our proximity to the elemen- tary school makes it ideal for us. We love the community atmo- Family traditions: We spend Christmas Eve with just our fam- sphere of Mill Creek. My friend, Karen Johnson, (who lives in ily of 6 and we go out to a fancy dinner after mass. This year it was The Parks) and I grew up in Magnolia together and we have Calabria. We also have made it a tradition to vacation in Sunriver often said how Mill Creek reminds us of our neighborhood in the summer. We host an end of the year block party for the last growing up. It feels like a small town in a vast suburb. day of school, which has become a neighborhood tradition now! Kids? What activities are they involved with? The kids play soc- cer, basketball, volleyball and all three girls will do Girl Scouts thisFamilyspotlight year. They have also done swim team when schedules lighten up. How are you involved in the community? We are involved in many ways. I am an active member of the MCE PTA. I volun- teer as an art docent and room parent. Mike teaches religious education at our church. Mike is the volunteer Chairman of the Board for the Northwest Marine Trade Association (NMTA). The NMTA runs the Seattle Boat Show and other events.Family names: Mike and Melissa, Annie - 11, Molly - 8, Favorite Activities/Hobbies: We love to BOAT! We are out on theCaroline - 5, Jack - 2 lakes every nice day we get! We also like to ride our bikes and swim. What do you like to do to relax? I love to hang out with my friends and have a good girls night out to recharge! With fourPets: Springer Spaniel named MAC Favorite Play Area/Park/Hang Out: We spend a lot of time at kiddos it is tough for me to relax. I love to read when I have Cougar Park since it’s in the hood. We also like walking down time. There is also nothing better than relaxing watching foot-Street: 145th Pl SE Mill Creek- Brighton or riding bikes to the Town Center for errands and treats. ball and hanging out with my family. Mike enjoys golfing.Where are you from? I grew up in Seattle. Mike grew up in Favorite restaurants: We love Azul and Kafe Neo! What music do you listen to? We love Sugarland and Zac Brown.Minnesota and then he lived in Kirkland. We have taken our girls to see both those concerts this year. Favorite Vacation Spot: SUNRIVER OREGON! We love itHow long have you lived in your neighborhood? Mill Creek for there. No cars, all biking! But our overall favorite vacation des- What are your favorite tV Shows? Modern Family for the grownalmost 14 years, 7 years in “The Parks” and in “Brighton” for 7 tination is HAWAII. ups, and American Idol for the girls. Jack prefers Wonder PetsProfession(s): We own our own marketing business - Burns Favorite Sports teams: Huskies and Cougars. Mike is a Husky What is your favorite part about living in your neighborhood?Business Development, I am also a stay at home mom. and I am a Coug. We are a house divided! I love that my kids can head outside and find a playdate anytime
  9. 9. 16 neighborhoodNews The Mill Creek Influence November November The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodNews 17 Kids Beatyard month OF THE What a turkey Ask each child to write what they are thankful for on a paper feather, then stick it into this cute turkey centerpiece.What are your first and last names? Trisha and How to make it:Kurt King Cut a 1-inch sliver off the bottom of a 9-inch polystyrene ball. Wrap sphere neatly in thick dark-brown yarn, covering surface completely; knot on bottom. Make a 4-inch ball from light-brown yarn and attach to body with a wooden craft stick. CreateWho takes care of your lawn? Classic Land- simple facial features using felt: white circles (approximately the size of a quarter, withscape and they do a fantastic job helping us keep it 1/8-inch pom-poms for pupils) for eyes, yellow triangles for the beak, and long red felt If you take care of it, what are your secrets? We bought our teardrops as the wattle. Cut feather shapes from colored craft paper and bend in halfall going!! home new and chose to landscape the backyard ourselves, so it lengthwise to create seam. Glue wooden craft stick to the bottom third of the feather has been a work in progress for 20 years. Kurt had many ideas and insert in a fan shape on turkey body. for different “zones” in the garden with the idea is to bring in a different emotion and feeling for us, i.e. built in seating, bench- Enjoy Your Yard Again! We Can Help! es, a variety of pathways using stone and gravel, a perimeter of trellis with vines to offer the privacy we desired. What type of trees and shrubs do you have? Some of our favorite shrubs we like to work with are the boxwood. They are fantastic for hedging and creating artistic lines in the garden area. Quaking Aspen bring a great character to our yard as well as the Red Flame Maples we have with the Evergreens as a backdrop to capture the seasons as they change. What type of flowers or plants do you have? We love to work with pots of all sizes and have them designed throughout the yard. Vines are a favorite of ours, Armandii and Creeping · · · · Hydrangeas shadow our yard with brilliant greenery and flow- , ers. Kurt’s relaxing time consists of caring for the many roses he has planted as well as the care of his Bonsai that he has sculpted. Your Profession(s): We own our own painting business, inte- rior/exterior, residential/commercial and have for 20 years now. Your street address: 163rd St. S.E. Mill Creek, Wa. 98012 (Highlands) , • . . - - How long have you lived in your neighborhood? 20 years - - ago….Mill Creek was quite different at that time!!
  10. 10. 18 neighborhoodNews The Mill Creek Influence November November The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodNews 19 tioned if the car was inferior for the road and he stated that he just never sees anyone actually driving these cars. Well, 3 days later and one of the best 1800 miles of my life, I was back home with car #19. I still have her today and it is quickly approach- ing 50,000 miles on the clock, it just seems to drive better and better with each mile added. I’m happy to say this is one of the many treasures I own that will go to my kids and from there Car Month I am sure it will see another great 50,000 miles in its life. The 2001 Lamborghini Diablo SE was THE LAST of the REAL Lamborghinis made, prior to the Company being bought by Audi and starting a new era of production built cars for Lam- borghini. The 2001 Diablo 6.0 is the last "hand built" car from the company, with less then 250 EVER produced for that year of the worldwide AND only 20 SE "Special Edition" ones made. What is unique about your car? What makes it special? It sponsor has a V12 motor producing over 570HP and it is an AWD car WHEN YOU PURCHASE A SET OF 4 SELECT TIRES mated to a 5-speed manual gear box. It does 0-60 in 3.7 sec- NO hassles, NO mailing, NO waiting! Tell us about your car: Year, Make, Model onds with a top speed of 212 MPH JUST...INSTANT SAVINGS! (SEE STORE FOR DETAILS) This was the first Lamborghini I have ever bought AND it is How long have you owned your car? I have owned the car since of the month still my favorite. I flew to Salt Lake City, UT in September of September of 2001 and I am the only owner it’s ever had. 2001 to look at this car, a brand new 2001 Lamborghini Diablo 6.0 SE. It was one of only 20 ever produced worldwide and What is your favorite thing about the car? Definitely the Scis- one of only 6 imported to the United States. It is car #19 of sor doors that go up instead of out and I love the color, it’s truly 20. I saw it on the showroom floor and bought it right then and a work of art. Please visit When we asked Dr. Stieber to tell us about to find the location nearest you! there. After all the paperwork was done and the wire transfer himself, this is what he shared with us. complete, the salesman asked me if I needed a ride back to the WE DO Professionally Trained Technicians Best Brake airport? I said why? He said they would take care of getting I have been a licensed private pilot since 1996 and have enjoyed vis- BRAKES! the car on a transport truck and shipped the 1800 miles back to Warranty Premium iting many areas around the U.S. One trip involved flying my Cessna Each month we will be highlighting a resident’s car in The Mill Creek Influence. Quality Parts my home in Mill Creek. I think he almost had a heart attack airplane from New Jersey to Paine Field in Everett in two and one- FREE BRAKE INSPECTIONS Over 30 Years Highlighting your car is FREE and is offered exclusively to residents of Mill Creek. SAME DAY SERVICE • FREE ESTIMATES Experience (ON MOST VEHICLES) when I said, "Transport? I am driving it home!" He told me To have your car featured in the next available monthly newsletter, all it takes is an half days. I took a fellow pilot with me to share the experience. PRICES GOOD THROUGH NOVEMBER 30, 2011 BASE no one had ever driven these 300K cars that distance. I ques- email to Avery at continued...
  11. 11. 20 neighborhoodNews The Mill Creek Influence November November The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodNews 21sponsor of the month ...continued Resident Recipe Double Layer Pumpkin cheesecakeI express my creative and artistic interests through Bonsai Prep time: cook time:( Japanese miniature trees) gardening and designing and creat- 30 Min 40 Mining custom writing instruments. I will be a Bonsai student forlife, as you can never begin to understand it all. The learning andgrowth is in the journey. This also rings true in my pen-making, Ingredientsas I experiment with materials ranging from wood, metal, resinand even 12,000 year old Mammoth ivory! The choices and 2 (8 ounce) packages cream cheese, softened 1/2 cup pumpkin pureeoptions are almost endless. It has always been my goal to support our local schools, and the 1/2 cup white sugar 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon students, many of who are my patients. I was recently able to 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 pinch ground clovesMy idea of a walk through nature is with a fly-fishing rod in my provide the Jackson High School football team with a moni- 2 eggs 1 pinch ground nutmeghand. I enjoy this quiet, reflective pastime surrounded by beauti- toring device that allows them to assess a player’s injury status 1 (9 inch) prepared graham cracker crust 1/2 cup frozen whipped topping, thawedful scenery and the challenge of trying to out-smart the fish! on the field sidelines, to identify the possibility of a brain con-One would think this would be easy, but I have found that the cussion. This protocol has recently become a focal point, andfish are smarter than we think they are and can actually learn to industry standard, for NFL teams. I was honored to be asked to Directionsavoid certain flies after a period of time. sponsor this very important need. 1) Preheat oven to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C).I have been married to my wife, Karen, for almost 18 years. We Over the years, our orthodontic team has supported school Pro-have a 16-year-old daughter, Kimber, who is already visiting fessional and Vocational Days, the Mill Creek Spring Festival, 2) In a large bowl, combine cream cheese, sugar and vanilla. Beatcolleges, taking SAT tests, and working on college applications. Student Cultural Exchange Programs, Sports Teams and has until smooth. Blend in eggs one at a time. Remove 1 cup ofMy how time flies; I am sure I was visiting her pre-school just hosted Private Movie Parties in the 17-seat movie theater. We batter and spread into bottom of crust; set aside.a few years ago! Our family is complete with Kimber’s min- donate these private movie parties to area school auctions, Rota-iature, 10-pound poodle, Rocket. We do love the pitter patter ry auctions, sports clubs and several charity groups. It is always 3) Add pumpkin, cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg to the remainof four little canine feet around our house, and he doubles as a a fun party! ing batter and stir gently until well blended. Carefully spreadlap warmer whenever he has the chance. The office was a proud over the batter in the crust.sponsor of the 1st Annual Mill Creek Mutt March in June, We also encourage our patients to devote extra time in their oralwhich supports the local K-9 Unit and Canine Cancer Care. hygiene home program while wearing their braces. Our patients 4) Bake in preheated oven for 35 to 40 minutes, or until center who receive excellent brushing scores are eligible to win a movie is almost set. Allow to cool, then refrigerate for 3 hours orWe asked John Stieber how being a part of the Mill Creek and pizza party for themselves and their friends. Partnering overnight. Cover with whipped topping before serving.Community for over 30 years has impacted his life. Here is what with the local dentists and helping to create a community ofhe had to say: healthy, beautiful smiles is why we are here. I am now treating the children of my earlier patients, and enjoying the opportunityI am a member of the Mill Creek Chapter of Rotary Interna- to catch up with these old friends and sharing the new genera-tional and for the past five years I have embraced their World tion with them.Wide Wheelchair Foundation, which provides wheel chairs,and thus mobility, to many underprivileged children and adults I have recently put together a portable outdoor movie the-throughout the world. It was truly a life-changing event to me ater with a 12-foot screen. It has appeared at Paine Field forwhen I saw how these wheelchairs impacted others’ lives so a Washington Pilot’s Association movie night. It may come todeeply. I consider myself blessed to be able to help people with Mill Creek next summer. Keep your eyes and ears open – you justhandicaps live better, healthier and more productive lives. never know where it will show up!
  12. 12. 22 neighborhoodNews The Mill Creek Influence November November The Mill Creek Influence neighborhoodNews 23 neW fountain of youththe Cost: The cost of Zeltiq is based on the number and size of the Drawbacks: Zeltiq doesn’t provide immediate results fat bulges you plan to reduce. Each session, which lasts an hour, Pre-procedure prep for Zeltiq (Coolsculpting): If your Zeltiq is called a cycle. Each cycle treats a single body part. appointment is rapidly approaching, worry not – there is noth-CoolSculpting by Zeltiq ing special you should be doing in preparation for the big chill. What problem areas does it treat? Possible side effects: Temporary redness, bruising, tingling, ten-It’s not magic, it’s science! Created by Harvard Scientists, CoolS- CoolSculpting selectively targets localized fat deposits like derness, numbness, and cramping, which typically fades within a On the day of treatment: You won’t need to change your dayculpting by Zeltiq is a non-invasive method of reducing fat by abdominal fat, love handles, back rolls, muffin-tops, ’man-boobs’ few hours. If this persists for longer than that, contact our office. around too much for your Zeltiq session. Other than showingliterally freezing it away. In 2010, the FDA approved Zeltiq for a and bulges above Caesarean section incision lines, etc. It’s done up for your appointment, Zeltiq is a low-maintenance process.fat reduction procedure, Cryolipolysis that “freezes” the fat away. gradually without causing any harm to the surrounding tissues. Tell our doctor: In the past, some doctors were concerned that No downtime, no pain, no incisions and no anesthesia.Thought it’s not a substitute for liposuction, it’s great for reducing At this time, Zeltiq is not used on cellulite. the liver might be overtaxed since the liver processes and elimi-the fat pockets that just don’t budge with diet and exercise. nates the dead fat cells. So far, though, it appears that Cryoli- Mill Creek Skin & Laser Center is located on the north end of the Who can use it? polysis happens slowly enough so that the liver is not negatively beautiful Mill Creek Town Center across the street from LA Fit-How does it work? affected. There is no evidence that the procedure has any adverse ness. Mill Creek Skin & Laser is committed to providing the utmost The ideal candidate for a CoolSculpting procedure is of normalZeltiq destroys the fat cells by exposing them to a very cold effects on levels of liver enzymes or blood fats (like cholesterol). customer service and care to our clients. Consultations are compli- weight and has moderate fat pockets, like love handles, whichtemperature. Its suction device can get to the fat under the skin Still, be sure to let us know if you have a liver condition. mentary and hours are flexible. Please visit our website at www. they’d like to get rid of. In order to be considered for Zeltiq, youfrom the outside and just chill enough to damage the fat cells where you can experience all we have to offer. should be within 10 to 30 pounds of your ideal body weight.but not the skin cells. Days after the procedure, the damaged We hope that you check us out soon. Patients younger than 18 are not recommended to use thisfat cells begin to die off; then the body metabolized and elimi- because at this age, diet and exercise are still the best weight lossnates them through the liver over the next few months. options. Zeltiq should be used mainly as a last resort. When will I see the results? Zeltiq won’t get rid of excess fat right away. During the weeks after treatment, your body will begin to recognize, process, and dispose of the damaged fat cells, but the process is not exactly FOR MEN AND WOMEN speedy. Ultimately, patients can expect to see a gradual reduc- Now o ering: tion of 20 to 25 percent fat. Visible differences in contour 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 emerge after about three weeks, but the most dramatic results Bryan L. Hendrickson District Manager, Financial Advisor take up to two months to show. The results are considered per- 425-774-9053, Ext. 109 manent because the treated fat cells are eliminated. Lifetime How long does it lasts? Workmanship As with all weight loss procedures, proper diet and exercise is Warranty necessary to maintain the result. Are your investments positioned appropriately to help you achieve your nancial goals? Key benefits of Zeltiq (CoolSculpting) • Comprehensive Financial Plans Clinical studies have shown a decrease in fat volume by 20 to • Investment portfolio review and customized portfolio design 40 percent. 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