Teru Lundsten is a writer and personal historian who lives on Fidalgo Island. Check out her website at TeruLundsten.com.
“I am a colorful character of Anacortes,” declares Mae-Louise Dopps, and many would agree. Her numerous colorful and flamboyant hats support the claim.
Robert Hyde, a member of the Anacortes Dockers Toastmasters club, has achieved the highest award possible in Toastmasters International, the Distinguished Toastmaster award (DTM).
Dr. Wirt Anderson Hines, a dermatologist who lives in Anacortes, almost lost everything that matters to him. What was the menace that threatened him? Mental illness.
Sylvia Cooper’s green thumb tends three gardens: her own, the Anacortes Community Garden near her home (which she also manages), and one at the Anacortes Wastewater Treatment Plant, where she works.
“I want to promote health and alleviate pain,” says Dawn Asuncion, owner of Restore Balance Massage Therapy in Anacortes. “I like educating people one-on-one, and helping them.