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Candy Lincoln and her husband, Scott Lincoln, also a Vietnam War veteran, recently handed down their business Lincoln Computers to their son and are now spending their retirement giving back to veterans and service members with hand-crafted gifts of gratitude.
Community Events, December 2014
In a small pond across the highway from Crockett Lake, Jill Hein spots a long string of diving ducks that scoot along the water in a straight line.
Armstrong opened the Do Jahng at Ken’s Korner in August when he and his family relocated from California to Clinton at the end of his over 20-year career in the U.S. Marine Corps. Amstrong’s taekwondo is the only Do Jahng on South Whidbey and one of two on the island. “I’ve been teaching taekwondo for over 20 years,” he said. “And since South Whidbey doesn’t have a taekwondo school, it was just a great opportunity to open one up and bring it to our community.”
Oh what a lovely surprise! This gorgeous cookbook – Flavor Flours by Alice Medrich is such a gift in so many ways. The cookbook offers stunning detailed insight on using a variety flours as “hero ingredients” for flavor rather than just adding it as substitutions for wheat. There are over 125 purely decadent recipes that will expand...
The following segment was taken from the front page of the Whidbey Island Record 50 years ago, Thursday, December 3, 1964.