A life experience that tops my charts so far is attending Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire and that is where “I learned to think, discuss, question and analyze, combine knowledge with goodness and acquire the intellectual skills that ensure a love of learning and a lifelong commitment to helping others.” As far as the most memorable event, that would be 9/11 because that is the only major historical event that I have lived through. I enjoy building models and photography, and love to collect things.
I enjoy volunteering at the Museum because of the knowledge contained and coupled with the amazing people who already work here, it is a great experience. My wife and I have been residents of Martin Bay since 2000. I have a collection of National Geographic magazines dating back to 1915.
Would you like to become a volunteer at the Bird Aviation Museum and Invention Center? Volunteer Information Form I am a High School student at Lakeland High School and I am on the Student Board of Directors for the National Gallery for America's Young Inventors, I have a 4.0 GPA, and I won two Gold Medals and made it to the finals at the World Championships for Performing Arts.
Please click on the following link to download a printable volunteer information form and mail it back to the Museum at Post Office Box 817. Currently in school, I participate in the FRC and I am working towards valedictorian of my class and I am planning to go to Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge.
The Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene after a robbery alarm had been triggered. Monday, while investigators were serving a search warrant on Bartkowiak’s home, they were advised a suspicious man was seen in a neighbor’s yard.
The task force went to Bartkowiak’s residence in Hayden and discovered the getaway car with the hatchet and stolen cash in the vehicle. They located Bartkowiak in the yard and took him into custody without incident.
He previously was charged with battery, stalking, forgery, fraudulent use of a bank card, violation of a protection order, possession of a controlled substance, possession of paraphernalia, driving while suspended, displaying fictitious license plates, inattentive driving, and probation violations.
The last monarch of Hawaii, Queen Lili’uokalani was born on September 2, 1838, near the Punch Bowl, on Oahu.
She was the daughter of high-ranking chiefs Caesar Kapa‘akea and Anale‘a Keohokālole but at her birth she became the adopted child of chiefs Laura Konia and Abner Paki. Lili’uokalani attended the Royal School, where she learned the proper use of the English language, was trained in music, and traveled widely.
I moved to the Sandpoint area after retiring from accounting in Florida. I retired in 1995 after 28 years in the electrical wholesale field. I serve as VP on the Gamlin Lake Cemetery Association board and serve on the board at the Church in the Wildwood. I am on the board of the Gamlin Lake Cemetery Association serving as Secretary/Treasurer.
I am a recreational pilot with a Cessna 175 and stay involved in the aviation world by belonging to the Quiet Birdmen, Experimental Aircraft Association and as treasurer for the Friends of the Sandpoint Airport. Barb and I have been married to 53 years and have two sons and two grandsons. I enjoy volunteering at the Bird Aviation Museum & Invention Center where many of my military models are on display, and of course Dr. I also teach Sunday school at the Church in the Wildwood and am the Secretary for the Emerald Beach Homeowners Cooperative Association.