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Kevin Lungren considers himself similar to Ciscoe Morris or any other gardener, only his garden is underwater most of the time.
Eric Nerison has resigned from his position as Langley Middle School principal. Nerison will leave in order to take a position as superintendent of the Kalama School District.
Editor, It is frustrating to me to keep reading letters to the editor that suggest that people just need to “get fit” so they can go up and down Wharf Street on foot. They totally miss the fact that within our community there are many people who will never be able to become physically fit because they are elderly, they have medical conditions that compromise walking ability, they are injured or recovering from surgery, or they are in wheelchairs. They totally miss the fact that some visitors who come by boat may be relegated to sit on said boat instead of getting up the hill to explore Langley and other South Whidbey areas.
Langley United Methodist Church will hold a concert at 7:30 p.m. on Good Friday, April 3 in the church sanctuary, Third Street and Anthes Avenue. “Eternal Light” will feature the church choir, soloists, orchestra, a string quintet and poetry. Pieces from traditional requiems, such as Gabriel Faure and John Rutter compositions, will be included along with some from living composers who take a little different path.
Greg Ruby and the Rhythm Runners will be playing a CD release concert featuring tunes evocative of the Prohibition jazz era at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 16 at Whidbey Island Center for the Arts.