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II . i. I I I .d Page A-24 - Mason Coun Journal - Thursday, April 10, 2014 DIVORCES Feb. 19 Genise Darnell Hartline and Jeffrey William Hart- line Oscar Vazques and Erika Bautista-Esparza Drew Jensen Parks Trina B. Connor and Noble D. Connor Mark Kirk Simpson RobertRussell Waldecker and Maryann Irene Waldecker and Christina Ann Taylor March 7 Nicole Navarro and David Feb. 28 Navarre Adrian Garcia and Yadira Garnett Lee Curtis and Garcia March 6 Kathleen Mae Curtis Richard L. Best and Ronnie Valerie Burke and Jon March 5 Conger-Best Theresa Marie Shaw and Burke Arleta K. Caldwell and Mi- William Raymond Shaw chael D. Caldwell March 12 March 28 Feb. 21 Heather Ann Simp- March 14 Elisabeth D. Dawn Marie Parks and Nancy Jean Kirk and Allan son and Scott Christopher Salvador B. Robb-Chavez Shawn P. Rasler March 19 Christopher Lee Plummer and Deborah Kay Plummer March 25 Max J. Messmer and Nichol S. Messmer Rasler and Author: Do what's laatural and keep practicing to improve continued from page A-19 Students were encouraged to read, but not write creatively, when he was a child, and he never met an author until he was an adult, Lewis said. "We weren't taught to think of our- selves as storytellers," he said. Lewis told students he stayed inside at recess one day and tried to write a sto- ry, but said he couldn't think of anything. "I did something most people do when they're not good at something right away -- I quit," he said. "The truth is ... I didn't write my first story until I was 30 years old." Lewis told the students of Evergreen about his dreams to have a sailboat, which inspired him to write, and paint the pictures for his first book, "Davy's Dream." Lewis talked about buying and restor- ing his own sailboat as an adult, about researching orca whales and about the dream of meeting the animals while sail- ing in his boat that inspired the first book. He encouraged students to tell sto- ries in whatever way feels most natural, whether it is writing, drawing or acting them out. "If you're not good at something right away.., you have to practice," he said. Harstine: Come c00lebrate B] Beachene's 90th birthday continued from page A-19 They must have gradu- ated from an accredited high school or have obtained a di- ploma from an accredited high school program or obtained a GED by August 2014. The deadline for you to get the ap- plications into the women's club is April 14. Applications and information sheets may be obtained at Shelton and North Mason high schools, CHOICE Alternative School, Olympic College Shelton and South Puget Sound Com- munity College in Olympia. Further information may also be obtained by contacting Pat Remine at premine@msn.com or Rose Benz at gwandrm@ gmail.com. Senior lunch is like the Energizer bunny, it just keeps on going. On April 16, they will have poultry tetrazine with green beans, pickles and brownies. Then on April 30, they will have carnitas, black bean and corn salsa along with some Mexican rice, salsa and chips and bread pud- ding for dessert. These great lunches start at noon at the hall. All age 50 and older are welcome and the donation re- quest is only $3. This is an open invitation to all islanders. BJ Beachene is having her 90th birthday. On Saturday evening at the Harstine Island Community Hall, she is having a party. BJ would like to invite all her island friends and family to join her. Again, these types of events are what make the is- land such a wonderful place to live. Happy birthday, BJ. Judy and I are planning to attend. I usually try to stay neutral in all things, but I spent 27 years in education teaching down in beautiful Yuma, Ariz. So, I've taken a little liberty the past two weeks and talked about the importance of the upcoming Pioneer School bond issue. I'm guessing you have already received your ballot in the mail. 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