Activities Journal

July 16, 2004

Venture Troop re-launch

Andy Stewart volunteered use of his shop on 30th Street for a couple of weeks as teen and supervisors with Venture Troop 81 spruced up the classic longboat “Elizabeth Bonaventure.” Among those present Friday morning for the re-launch at Cap … Continue reading

July 14, 2004

Anacortes-born yacht

Among local boat manufacturers is Northern Marine, Inc., which built this 127-foot yacht named “Magic.” For a sense of the boat’s size, see workers detailing the hull. The vessel is custom built, a real tribute to local designers and craftsmen.

July 11, 2004

Kids gather at Storvik

For the past 15 years Anacortes Parks & Recreation, KLKI 1340 AM, and the Fidalgo Pool and Fitness Center have been celebrating kids and their contributions to our community. This free annual event would not be made possible without donations … Continue reading

July 7, 2004

City birthday

This year marks the 125th anniversary of the establishment of a post office under the name “Anacortes.” Among several birthday cakes offered at last weekend’s 4th of July celebration was a boat cake designed by Mike and Annie O’Brien. City … Continue reading

July 6, 2004

Independence Day music

No Fourth of July parade is complete without music, and due to the contributions of the Anacortes High School Marching Band and others, this community heard lots of patriotic songs last weekend. In addition to the high school marching band, … Continue reading

July 5, 2004

Politics on parade

As American as apple pie is the tradition of politicians on parade. Such was the case Sunday when efforts were made on behalf of candidates at all levels. A large contingent of spirited Democrats including several incumbent legislators marched behind … Continue reading

June 30, 2004

Irish restaurant opens

It was worth waiting for. PW Murphy’s, a restaurant and lounge located at the former home of the Harbor Restaurant, opened Wednesday night to a crowd impressed by an awesome downtown makeover. It’s a welcome addition to the downtown shopping … Continue reading

June 26, 2004

Morning has broken

Lavender, honeybees and sun on my back. The second photo is a bee on a lamb’s ear plant. The third photo is a closeup of a sapphire blue sea holly blossom. Last is a crocosmia, a favorite among hummingbirds. What … Continue reading

June 22, 2004

Local runners enjoy success

Several Anacortes men were among top runners in their age brackets at the 2004 Tesoro March Point Run (5K and 10K). Matt Tobey (bottom photo) won the 10K overall with a time of 34:7. Brother Jake (third photo) took first … Continue reading

June 22, 2004

Kids enjoy Tesoro Run

There are many highly competitive runners at the annual Tesoro March Point 5K and 10K, but the event is known for its focus on fun. Each year the day opens with the Kids’ Half-Mile run, a quick scramble around the … Continue reading

June 21, 2004

Fun at Tesoro Run

For the 10th year, Tesoro Refinery hosted the March Point Fun Run & Walk, drawing hundreds of runners from around the region. The Saturday event opened with the Kids’ Half-Mile, followed shortly thereafter by the 5K and 10K. Tesoro’s running … Continue reading

June 21, 2004

Sk8 Fest under the sun

Boarders, families and friends gathered Saturday at Ben Root Memorial Skate Park for the annual Sk8 Fest celebration, an event that featured competition, live music, food and vendors. Dozens of skateboarders of all ages participated in the event, sponsored by … Continue reading

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