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Lori Fredericks 

The kindness in her smile, and the joy in her voice, is what I will remember.

Through the Videoville years and beyond, every time I saw Lori Fredericks, my day was brighter for it.

She was a truly lovely human being, and it was a blessing to know her.


From her family:

In Memory of Lori (Fredericks) Hillard, March 16, 1978-December 2020.

Mother, sister, daughter, aunt, friend, Registered Nurse … you were always and will always be loved and held deep in our hearts.

Cheerleader and lover of all pets!

Life of the party … your smile will forever shine.

Although your presence is already missed … we know you’re resting peacefully in mother’s arms.

A memorial service will take place mid-February in Coupeville for family and private invite only.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Madelyn Hillard college fund which will be set up at the Whidbey Island Bank in Coupeville.

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Want to make Lauren Rose this happy again? Get your car washed Saturday. (John Fisken photos)

   Want to make Lauren Rose this happy again? Get your car washed Saturday. (John Fisken photos)


Hey, how can you say no to these sluggers?

Breaking news: your car is probably dirty.

I know mine is, certainly, though nothing short of a nuclear explosion is likely to rip off the ground-in fungus which has attached itself to the battered frame.

But, there’s still hope for you.

And, by sheer coincidence, the Coupeville High School softball squad is available to make your ride all bright and shiny.

The Wolves will be camped out at Whidbey Island Bank today from 10 AM-2 PM, hoses and scrub pads at the ready.

Money raised will go to help the squad obtain new home and away uniforms.

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   Your bucks can keep alive the volleyball dreams of Wolf players like Nicole Lester. (John Fisken photo)

(Photo courtesy Valen Trujillo)

Hey, they even made signs. (Photo courtesy Valen Trujillo)

Do you want your car to be dirty for the 4th of July?

No, no you don’t.

So take advantage of a rare opportunity and swing by Whidbey Island Bank (401 N. Main in Coupeville) Saturday and get your car all shimmery in time for the nation’s birthday.

Coupeville High School volleyball players will be manning the hoses and scrub brushes starting at 10 AM.

Don’t show up and they will find you.

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(Amy King photo)

   Hannah Davidson (left) and Scout Smith, who will be Wolf freshmen in the fall, are hoping for warmer weather Saturday. (Amy King photo)

It’s a win-win.

Get your car washed, help fuel the most successful sports program in Central Whidbey.

The Coupeville High School girls’ basketball squad, which has won back-to-back 1A Olympic League titles (while never dropping a league game) is back at it Saturday, soap and scrub brush in hand.

The Wolves will be at Whidbey Island Bank on N. Main Street in Coupeville from 10 AM-2 PM, staring down any and all dirty vehicles.

Maybe not my science project of a ramblin’ wreck (there’s no hope for that one), but everything else is fair game.

But what if your car is already clean?

Not a problem, as they will be accepting donations as well.

Money raised will go to help pay for the Wolves to attend summer basketball camp.

With the CHS hoops program booming under the leadership of round-ball gurus David and Amy King, an all-time high of 19 girls are camp-bound this year.

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Makana Stone prepares to drop another bucket on her hapless foes. (John Fisken photos)

Makana Stone prepares to drop another bucket on her hapless foes. (John Fisken photos)

McKenzie Bailey will be one of four returning varsity players in 2015-2016.

McKenzie Bailey should be one of four returning varsity players in 2015-2016.

It’s too late to save my car. But maybe not too late for yours.

The Coupeville High School girls’ basketball team will be holding a car wash fundraiser this Saturday, May 30, and the Wolf hoops stars pledge to put the sparkle back on your ride.

The event, which runs from 10-2:30 at Whidbey Island Bank on North Main Street, will help raise funds to send CHS to a summer basketball camp.

If you support their cause, you’ll be backing the best, as the Wolves are coming off of a season in which they swept to an Olympic League crown.

Coupeville went 9-0 in league play, winning every game by double figures, with junior Makana Stone claiming league MVP honors.

While the squad will lose six seniors, the program is strong, with the JV having also gone 9-0 against their league foes this past season.

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