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Maggie September 22, 2012 at 11:53 am
stay out of Shorline
Tu-Ha Nguyen September 22, 2012 at 05:06 pm
@ Maggie: Easy to say, however, we are connected as human beings because we live on this earth.Read More While the police blotter for Shoreline is a good representation of documented information (bad things) about a small fraction of "going-ons" in Shoreline, it does not represent all the GOOD things that happen in the city. Shoreline is a good place with good people. There is a great deal of commerce, volunteer groups, schools and more that betters the lives of all. There are beautiful parks and parts of the city is situated nearby The Puget Sound. Unfortunately, it is a common observation that most people's attention tends to be grabbed by outlandish events...
Cecelia Dinsdale December 6, 2012 at 11:26 pm
I would agree with Tu-Ha Nguyen, I have found it extremely troubling to see and hear the reports ofRead More out of control behavior by a few younger people who feel they are entitled to be as rude, destructive and abusive as they wish to be simply because they exist. You do not represent the rest of us. Please leave, go back to where you came from. It is for certain that you are not welcome in our community. C.Dinsdale Shoreline,
Paul McMurry May 5, 2012 at 09:32 pm
We are truly most fortunate to have John in our Rotary Club and in our Community. John hasRead More dedicated his life to helping others, mentoring and lecturing in over 140 countries given his expertise in nutrition and Medical Biochemistry. Paul McMurry
Janet Fix May 15, 2012 at 07:53 pm
Dad didn't say that stuff about himself. I said it. This article makes him sound arrogant andRead More bragadosio. He is a humble person who doesn't mention his own accomplishments. Janet Fix
Tu-Ha Nguyen May 15, 2012 at 08:08 pm
Dear Janet Fix and all readers. My name is Tu-Ha Nguyen. I am the author of this story. I receivedRead More an email from John Halver at his UW email address. I believed the email was from John Halver. There was no mention of anyone else's name on the email which was the source of the quotes.
Jill Linzee May 15, 2012 at 07:02 pm
I'm late in discovering Patch.com, but it's NEVER too late to thank Carol for all the wonderfulRead More energy she gives to our community! Yay Carol!
Teri Howatt June 12, 2012 at 06:03 pm
I missed this when it first came out. I'm so glad I know Carol. She lights up the room and is one ofRead More the people who actively make Lake Forest Park a unique community. That C.V. of her volunteer work doesn't show everything she does, believe it or not. Jill's comment on Carol's energy is perfect, I agree! Yay Carol!
Tu-Ha Nguyen June 14, 2012 at 05:37 am
Thanks to all for your wonderful comments. In the short time knowing Carol, she has been a wealthRead More of wisdom and a wonderful teacher to me. Carol, thank you for your professionalism and your good ability to teach me so much about LFP. I am truly glad to know you and I am honored that you allow me to call you "friend."
Boni Biery March 1, 2012 at 03:48 am
It's about time that Bill received some long overdue and much deserved recognition for all he doesRead More to help so many who are often "out of sight".
Alisa L B March 5, 2012 at 12:58 pm
I've met Bill at native plant fundraisers and have appreciated his work for a sustainable Shoreline.Read More It is nice to get a full picture ( and wow, what a full list) of all of the work/volunteering he does for the citizens and caring for the environment in our city. Thank you Bill!