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Letters to the Editor
Julie Speidel’s erratics are haunting 3-D images of massive stones once supported and transported here by ice (“Local sculptor draws on geology as her works dot the country,” Nov. 12). Those objects and her metallic visions of them are now resting on warm ground that is becoming warmer.
Community Events, November 2014
As I heard the news of the school shooting at Marysville, I found myself thinking, once again, how we can keep our community safe from this type of disaster. Clearly this is a multi-faceted problem of our generation, and I applaud any and all efforts to address the problem at its roots.
I never thought I would vote against a school issue, but I will vote no on Initiative I-1351.
As an island native, I am very encouraged by Wendy Wharton’s efforts to make sure kids and teens on Vashon are safe during the dark winter months (“Islander seeks funds to light up kids and teens on the island’s dark roads,” Oct. 15). It is unique to find such a community where individuals truly care about one other, especially between generations. With winter rolling in quickly, this issue is important for everyone on Vashon.
I spent most of the last year working as the lead advocate at The DoVE Project. As I leave my position, I wanted to come forward and share a bit about my experience working as a domestic violence advocate