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   Sean LeVine cruises in at the finish of the 10K during Race the Reserve last year. (John Fisken photo)

The race is on.

With the clock ticking, and just 46 days left until the year’s biggest running event, Race the Reserve, things are at a fever pitch.

The shindig, which features five segments — a marathon, half marathon, marathon relay, 10K and 5K — is set for Saturday, Aug. 12.

Whichever event you choose, you’ll be front and center at one of the most beautiful race sites in the biz, as you run through the Ebey’s Landing National Historic Reserve on Whidbey Island.

To keep your mind off the miles ahead, you’ll be treated to views of Mt. Rainier, Mt. Baker, the Olympics and the Straight of Juan de Fuca as you run.

With the money raised benefiting the Coupeville High School Class of 2018, organizers are plowing through all the preparations and runners (if they’re smart) are in training.

For all the info you need (including a chance to register today) pop over to:

http://racethereserve.com/

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The Class of 2018 is getting creative.

As Coupeville’s newest seniors kick into gear to raise funds for their graduation party, they have two events planned for July 1.

First up is a rummage sale at the Coupeville Rec Hall from 9 AM-3 PM, then the Wolves will flip around and offer “date night” babysitting services at the same location from 6-9 PM.

CHS seniors will provide games, activities, art projects, movement, and a movie corner for kids.

Children must be potty-trained to participate.

Cost is $10 for one child, $20 for two, with a max family rate of $25.

Registration for the “date night” services will take place during the garage sale.

For those who don’t know, the Rec Hall is at 901 NW Alexander St., within easy walking distance of a ton of restaurants for parents who choose to incorporate that into their free time.

Christopher’s on Whidbey, The Oystercatcher, The Front Street Grill and Toby’s Tavern are all close enough to hit with your shoe from the Rec Hall parking lot (if you were to throw a shoe…).

Or head home and just enjoy the silence.

However you use the “date night” services or the garage sale, your money will go to help the Class of 2018 fund a “safe, sober (and awesome) Senior Trip next spring.

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(John Fisken photo)

   If Allison Wenzel can play through this, you can certainly eat some pancakes Saturday to support her and the CHS Class of 2018. (John Fisken photo)

Pancakes are in your future.

Swing by Applebees in Oak Harbor this Saturday (Nov. 19) from 8-10 AM and you can get a solid meal while helping raise funds for the Coupeville High School Class of 2018.

Cost is $10 per plate, which gets you flapjacks, sausage, bacon, eggs and a beverage.

Tickets can be bought at the door Saturday or in advance from the following ’18ers:

Ariah Bepler
Nick Etzell
Christian King
Claire Mietus
Heather Nastali
William Nelson
Allison Wenzel

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