Here are some pictures from my second week interning at Skagit Valley Herald.
Rachel King explains who player Anika Schlimmer will be replacing in a basketball game during a girls basketball camp at Burlington-Edison High School. About 40 girls in fourth through sixth grade participated in the camp. King is a member of the Burlington-Edison High School basketball team and a coach for the camp. Brooke Warren / Skagit Valley Herald
Tango instructor David Imburgia demonstrates how light the follow is by pushing his partner, Krissa Mickelwait, over with the tip of his finger. Imburgia teaches and dances tango in Skagit and Whatcom county through his company Tango Popolare. Brooke Warren / Skagit Valley Herald
Jeff Frost gazes up at the 72-foot mast of his 60-foot sailboat IsolaBella. He was spending a week in Anacortes, Wash. to get his marine toilets fixed before he continued his trip from Olympia, Wash. to Desolation Sound in B.C. Brooke Warren / Skagit Valley Herald
Lacey Summers (left) from Northwest Hair Academy puts zombie makeup on Timothy Miles before he participates in a Zombie Survival Scavenger Hunt at Burlington Public Library on June 26, 2013. Brooke Warren / Skagit Valley Herald
Crissy Clark runs away from her mom, Candace Clark, who is pretending to be a zombie during the Zombie Survival Scavenger Hunt at Burlington Public Library on June 26, 2013. Brooke Warren / Skagit Valley Herald
Skipper, the number one Parcel Russell Terrier in the country, kisses his handler, Tony Carter at the Bell Vernon Kennel Association Dog Show on June 29, 2013 in Mount Vernon, Wash. Carter is a professional dog handler and this show with six dogs was light work. He usually shows twice as many at a show. Brooke Warren / Skagit Valley Herald
Teammates cheer on Adam Griffith from the Port of Seattle as he swings a dead blow hammer to pound a sled about five feet, simulating a forced entry with an ax. Griffin won the final round of the individual race at the Firemen’s Muster in Sedro-Woolley, Wash. on June 29, 2013 with a time of 1:57. Brooke Warren / Skagit Valley Herald