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Tamarack
(SP-561: t. 27, 1. 80', b. 13'3", dr. 4'5" (mean); s.
14 mph.; a. 2 1-pdrs.)

Tamarack-a motor yacht built in 1916 at City Island, N.Y., by Nevins Shipyard-was acquired by the Navy on free lease from E. L. Beard of Flushing, N.Y., on 26 June 1917 and placed in commission on 18 September 1917.

Tamarack was assigned to section patrol duty in the 3d Naval District. She patrolled the coastline and for 17 months protected the ports and harbors of Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey. On 21 February 1919, she was returned to her owner, and her name was struck from the Navy fiat.


Tamarack SP-561 - History

This page covers World War I era acquired vessels numbered in the "SP" and "ID" series from SP-500 through SP-599, plus some that were given numbers but not acquired.

See the list below to locate photographs of individual ships and craft numbered in the "SP" and "ID" series from SP-500 through SP-599.

If the "SP"/"ID" vessel you want does not have an active link on this page, or the other pages of this series, and the statement "no image available" is lacking, contact the Photographic Section concerning other research options.

World War I era acquired vessels numbered from SP-500 through SP-599:

  • SP-502 : Tasco . 319 gross ton salvage ship, 1907. USN: Tasco , 1917-1919.
  • SP-503 : Frances II . 16 gross ton motor boat. USN: Frances II , 1917-1918.
  • SP-504 : Lowell . 367 gross ton tug, 1909. USN: Lowell , 1917-1919. No image available
  • SP-505 : Sea Tag . 51-foot motor boat, 1917. USN: Sea Tag , 1917-1919
  • SP-506 : Raccoon . 16 gross ton motor boat, 1915. USN: Raccoon , 1917-1919.
  • SP-507 : Machigonne . 140-foot steam yacht, 1909. USN: Machigonne (later renamed SP-507 ), 1917-1919
  • SP-508 : Raazoo . 54-foot motor boat, 1916. Also named Boomerang II . USN: Raazoo , 1917-1919
  • SP-509 : Henry P. Williams . 150-ton steam yacht, 1896. Also named Illawarra . USN: Oneida , 1898-1915 and Henry P. Williams (later renamed SP-509 ), 1917-1918


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Tamarack SP-561 - History

To our valued Homeowners, Guests, and Partners,

The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented challenge that we at Tamarack Homes are monitoring very closely. Due to this ongoing and fluid situation, all Tamarack Homes sales centres, model homes, and the Tamarack Homes Design Centre are closed to the public until further notice. We are currently following all guidelines published by Ottawa Public Health to protect the health and safety of our employees, homeowners, partners, and other guests. Our goal is to continue to provide the quality of service that our homeowners expect, while ensuring our employees are healthy, safe, and have continued job security during these trying times. Below is some information regarding how we are addressing this situation. For more information, please get in touch with us by telephone or email (all contact information is available on our website).

Tamarack Construction Sites
While our sites remain operational for the time being, we have put in place heightened hygiene and cleanliness standards in order to protect our employees and subcontractors. As per the Ottawa Public Health guidelines, our staff are observing physical distancing, increased handwashing, and disinfecting all surfaces regularly. If you have questions regarding your home that is currently under construction, please contact your customer service representative.

Office Hours
While our physical offices are closed to the public to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, our staff are working remotely and are available through telephone and email. We remain committed to serving our homeowners and the public while adhering to the health and safety guidelines published by Ottawa Public Health.

If you need to visit any of our sales offices or our Design Centre, you must make an appointment ahead of time, wear a mask, and complete the Daily Sign-In Questionnaire to facilitate contact tracing when necessary. You must be able to answer “no” to all questions on the Daily Sign-In Questionnaire to meet with our staff at this time. We ask that you consider setting up a virtual meeting when possible, to avoid unnecessary potential spread of COVID-19. We are committed to protecting the health and safety of our employees, clients, and the public.

Community Support
During this time of difficulty, supporting our local community has never been more important. Tamarack Homes and the Taggart Parkes Foundation are proud to be actively supporting local charities including the Ottawa Food Bank and the Youth Services Bureau through financial donations to help meet the increased need for these services during the COVID-19 pandemic.

We appreciate your understanding, patience, and cooperation at this time. This situation is evolving rapidly, and we will be doing everything within our power to ensure the health and safety of our employees and our homeowners. We would like to thank our dedicated employees and assure them that their efforts and continued dedication are greatly appreciated during this uncertain time.


There are 23 census records available for the last name Tamarack. Like a window into their day-to-day life, Tamarack census records can tell you where and how your ancestors worked, their level of education, veteran status, and more.

There are 642 immigration records available for the last name Tamarack. Passenger lists are your ticket to knowing when your ancestors arrived in the USA, and how they made the journey - from the ship name to ports of arrival and departure.

There are 1,000 military records available for the last name Tamarack. For the veterans among your Tamarack ancestors, military collections provide insights into where and when they served, and even physical descriptions.

There are 23 census records available for the last name Tamarack. Like a window into their day-to-day life, Tamarack census records can tell you where and how your ancestors worked, their level of education, veteran status, and more.

There are 642 immigration records available for the last name Tamarack. Passenger lists are your ticket to knowing when your ancestors arrived in the USA, and how they made the journey - from the ship name to ports of arrival and departure.

There are 1,000 military records available for the last name Tamarack. For the veterans among your Tamarack ancestors, military collections provide insights into where and when they served, and even physical descriptions.


Tamarack’s long history

Tamarack Resort in Idaho plans a large-scale expansion of its ski and summer resort near Donnelly. Photo courtesy Tamarack Resort.

An all-season resort on West Mountain in Valley County has been considered since the early 1980s, under names including Valbois and Westrock. After a first try failed without any development, the project that became Tamarack started construction in 2003. It hosted a president, attracted celebrities, sold out a condo sale – and then hit tough times during the 2008 financial crisis. The resort entered bankruptcy in 2008 and closed in 2009. After the bankruptcy, a large village plaza development stood unoccupied and unfinished for a decade.

In 2010, a group of homeowners pulled together to restart ski operations and ran the resort on a limited basis for several years.

In 2018, Imperium Blue purchased the resort’s assets from a variety of groups and started to make incremental improvements. Over the years since, ownership reinstalled a lift, got to work on finishing the Tamarack Village, added a new bike park and opened new restaurants and retail.

The fate of the resort’s golf course remains in limbo, with the land under the defunct course split between two ownership groups.


Our Impact

In client follow-up surveys,

Of respondents completely agree that they “do not use emergency services as much as before (hospital, police, paramedics, Mobile Crisis)”

Of respondents completely agree that they “can now achieve new goals such as education and employment”

Of respondents completely agree to the statement that they “have hope for the future”

Of the clients who graduated the program last year returned to work, school or are raising families

Our Team

STAFF

Lisa Cowan, M.A. CCC-S
Executive Director

Lisa is the Executive Director of Tamarack Recovery Centre.She began working at Tamarack as an Addictions Counsellor in 2008 and has served in the Executive Director role since 2010. Lisa is a trained Drama Therapist and a Certified Counsellor Supervisor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.
She is passionate about working in the field of mental health and addictions and finding ways to continually strengthen and improve upon the special treatment and work environment we have at Tamarack. Lisa also loves camping with her family, meditation, karaoke and cheesecake.

Sherry Gable
Operations Manager

Sherry is the Operations Manager at Tamarack.
She has worked here since April 2011 when she was hired as an addictions counsellor after completing her student internship from Red River College, where she graduated with honours from the Applied Counselling program. Sherry has served as Tamarack’s Intake Counsellor and Finance Manager from 2012 and most recently was promoted to Operations Manager. Sherry loves working at Tamarack and has a passion for helping people become the best version of themselves. Sherry also loves to bake and hang out with her family (especially her grandson!) every chance she gets.

Joanne Riedle
Clinical Supervisor and Aftercare Counsellor

Joanne is the Clinical Supervisor and Aftercare Counsellor at Tamarack.
She has worked here for 10 years. Joanne began her time with Tamarack in the role of RCW and moved through several roles including Senior RCW, Case Manager and Aftercare Coordinator, eventually becoming Tamaracks’ Clinical Supervisor.
She believes everyone has the ability to recover if there are healthy connections and strong supports in place for both the client and their family, and as such Joanne has developed our aftercare program into a meaningful, readily available resource for our graduate clients and their families. Joanne’s previous experiences in management and leadership roles, as well as program development, has led to her current position at Tamarack. Joanne’s personal greatest loves are her family, and summers at the beach.

Peter Keating, B.S.W
Addictions Counsellor

Peter is an Addiction Counsellor at Tamarack Recovery Centre.
He began working at Tamarack as a Residential Care Worker in 2011 before moving into the role of addiction counsellor in 2012.Peter has an Applied Counselling certificate with a specialization in addiction studies along with a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Manitoba.
Peter is currently completing his Masters of Social Work based in Indigenous Knowledges. Peter is compassionate and understands the importance of his role in offering hope to families devastated by the consequences of substance use and reducing the stigma that many clients experience due to addiction.
Peter believes Tamarack offers the tools and a pathway for those clients to regain their connection with family, friends, and their community. Peter believes it is the staff, board members, alumni and volunteers that have made Tamarack an incredible place of hope, courage and positive change in the Winnipeg community for over 45 years.Peter enjoys mountain biking, fishing, working out and spending time with his family.

Kathleen O’Meara, BA
Addictions Counsellor

Kat is an Addictions Counsellor at Tamarack.
She has worked here from 2016, as a Residential Care Worker in her first year and as an Addictions Counsellor from 2017.Kat has a BA in Conflict Resolution & Peace Studies from the University of Winnipeg, and the Applied Counselling Certificate from the University of Manitoba.Kat has been in recovery for 6 years, and is passionate about helping all people find their authentic selves and learn how to live with integrity. Kat believes the key to recovery is responsibility, honesty and self-compassion.Kat also likes cats, spending time with family, chocolate and being outdoors.

Rachael Carfrae
Aftercare Coordinator

Rachael is an Aftercare Coordinator at Tamarack, working closely with the Aftercare Counsellor.
She has worked here since 2003, starting as a Residential Care Worker before filling the Aftercare Coordinator role. Rachael is completing her Applied Counselling program at the University of Manitoba and has past experience volunteering for the Provincial Crisis and Suicide Prevention and Support Lines.Rachael has a non-judgmental and empathic approach and firmly believes in meeting clients where they are at, not where everyone feels they should be. Rachael also likes spending time with family and friends, owning too many pets and reading almost anything handed to her.

Dawn Kirkpatrick
Intake/RCW Coordinator

Dawn is the Intake/RCW Coordinator at Tamarack.
Dawn followed her dream of working in the addictions recovery field by completing her Addictions and Community Service Worker practicum at Tamarack in 2015 and was hired immediately afterwards. She graduated with honors from CDI College and enrolled in the Applied Counselling Program at the University of Manitoba and is on track to graduate early 2021. Dawn served in the roles of RCW, Group Facilitator and Case Manager before becoming the Intake and RCW Coordinator. Dawn believes strongly in Tamarack’s vision, mission and goals and the importance of individuals having the opportunity to heal in a safe space and live a healthy life.Dawn loves winter vacations in Jamaica and summer camping in Manitoba and her top priority is spending time with family, especially her first grandchild.

Karen
Daytime RCW and Safety Coordinator

Karen began working at Tamarack in 2011 and has had various roles over the years.She is trained through the CDI College Addictions and Community Service Program and has worked with youth before coming to Tamarack.Karen spends her free time on photography, bike riding and spending time with her family.

Charmaine Yurechuk
Residential Care Worker

Charmaine is a Residential Care Worker at Tamarack.
Charmaine has worked here since 2016 and is a graduate of Tamarack’s program. Before working at Tamarack she was a stay at home mom, to 3 beautiful children.Charmaine believes in working hard and being fully open and honest with all.
She loves helping others , and making people laugh. Most importantly, she loves watching our clients grow in the short period of time they are here and getting comfortable with being themselves.
Charmaine also loves the Tamarack stray cats that come around (yes, she does feed them) and going on hikes with her family on beautiful sunny days.

Emma Peck
Residential Care Worker, Case Manager and Group Facilitator

Emma is a Residential Care Worker, Case Manager and Group Facilitator at Tamarack.
She has worked here since September 2019. Emma is a graduate of Tamarack’s program and was an active participant in the aftercare and mentor programs prior to joining the staff team.
Emma is working towards her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work and is passionate about supporting and empowering individuals struggling with mental health and addiction.
Emma values connection with her community, both spiritually and physically, and believes strongly in giving back, just as she was supported on her journey to recovery. Emma loves cycling, meditating, hiking and listening to her collection of vinyl records.

Darroll Robert Kovalsky
Residential Care Worker

Darroll is a Residential Care Worker at Tamarack.
He has worked here since February 2020 and brings valuable experience to the role from his 4 years’ service as a volunteer Recovery Coach with an out-patient treatment facility in Winnipeg.
Darroll loves to see people at the beginning of their recovery journey and witnessing the successes and progress made in these early stages. As a person in recovery since December 2006, Darroll loves the fact that Tamarack treats the whole person, rather than just the addiction(s).
Darroll loves to be involved in art and other creative endeavours and has even taught some extra-curricular art classes to our clients.

Tess Wazny
Residential Care Worker

Beverly Welsh
Residential Care Worker

Bev has worked with Tamarack since October 2020 and is looking forward to working here and being part of a team that has a passion for working with individuals overcoming addictions. Bev believes that her own experience as a person in recovery will give clients hope that they too can live a life of recovery.


Ajuga

Ajuga L. Sp. Pl. 2: 561 1753 Gen. Pl., ed. 5: 246. (1754).

  • Lectotype species (designated by N.L. Britton & A. Brown , Ill. Fl. N. U.S. ed. 2. 3: 101. 1913): Ajuga reptans L. , Sp. Pl. 2: 561. 1753 (invalid Art. 10.6 ICN)
  • Lectotype species (designated by M.L. Green , Prop. Brit. Bot. Ajuga pyramidalis L. , Sp. Pl. 2: 561. 1753.

Synonyms Edit

  • Heterotypic
    • BugulaMill., Gard. Dict. Abr. ed. 4 (1754)
    • ChamaepitysHill, Brit. Herb.: 371 (1756)
    • MoschariaForssk., Fl. Aegypt.-Arab.: 158 (1775)
    • PhleboantheTausch, Flora 11: 322 (1828)
    • AbigaSt.-Lag., Ann. Soc. Bot. Lyon 7: 85 (1880)
    • RosenbachiaRegel, Trudy Imp. S.-Peterburgsk. Bot. Sada 9: 613 (1886)
    • BulgaKuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 2: 512 (1891)
    • Europe
      • Northern Europe
        • Denmark, Finland, Great Britain, Iceland, Ireland, Norway, Sweden.
        • Austria, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands, Poland, Switzerland.
        • Baleares, Corse, France, Portugal, Sardegna, Spain.
        • Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Kriti, Romania, Sicilia, Turkey-in-Europe, Yugoslavia.
        • Belarus, Baltic States, Krym, Central European Russia, East European Russia, North European Russia, South European Russia, Northwest European Russia, Ukraine.
        • Northern Africa
          • Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, Western Sahara.
          • Canary Islands, Cape Verde, Madeira.
          • Zaïre.
          • Eritrea, Ethiopia, Sudan.
          • Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda.
          • Cape Provinces, Lesotho, KwaZulu-Natal, Free State, Swaziland, Northern Provinces.
          • Madagascar.
          • Siberia
            • Chita.
            • Amur, Kuril Islands, Primorye.
            • Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan, Turkmenistan, Tadzhikistan.
            • North Caucasus, Transcaucasus.
            • Afghanistan, Cyprus, East Aegean Islands, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon-Syria, Palestine, Sinai, Turkey.
            • Saudi Arabia, Yemen.
            • China South-Central, Hainan, Inner Mongolia, Manchuria, China North-Central, Qinghai, China Southeast, Tibet.
            • Japan, Korea, Nansei-shoto, Ogasawara-shoto, Taiwan.
            • Indian Subcontinent
              • Assam, Bangladesh, East Himalaya, India, Nepal, Pakistan, West Himalaya.
              • Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam.
              • Maluku, Philippines, Sulawesi.
              • New Guinea.
              • Australia
                • New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria.

                Primary references Edit

                Additional references Edit

                • Britton, N.L. & Brown, A. 1913. An illustrated flora of the northern United States, Canada and the British possessions: from Newfoundland to the parallel of the southern boundary of Virginia, and from the Atlantic Ocean westward to the 102d meridian. ed. 2. C. Scribner's sons, New York. Vol. 3: 101. Reference page.
                • Hitchcock, A.S. & Green, M.L. 1929. Standard species of Linnaean genera of Phanerogamae (1753–1754). pp. 111–195 in International Botanical Congress. Cambridge (England), 1930. Nomenclature. Proposals by British Botanists. His Majesty's Stationery Office, London. Reference page.
                • Jarvis, C.E. 2007. Order out of Chaos: Linnaean Plant Names and their Types. London: Linnean Society of London in association with the Natural History Museum, ISBN 978-0-9506207-7-0, p. 273. Reference page.

                Links Edit

                • Govaerts, R.et al. 2019. Ajuga in Kew Science Plants of the World online. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2019 March 2. Reference page.
                • Govaerts, R.et al. 2019. Ajuga in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2019 March 2. Reference page.
                • . 2019. Ajuga. Published online. Accessed: 2 March 2019.
                • 2013. Ajuga in The Plant List Version 1.1. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2019 March 2.
                • 2019. Ajuga. Missouri Botanical Garden. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2019 March 2.
                • Farr, E.R. & Zijlstra, G. (eds.) 1996 onwards. Ajuga in Index Nominum Genericorum (Plantarum). Accessed: 2019 March 16.

                العربية: عجوقة
                azərbaycanca: Dirçək
                беларуская: Гарлянка
                čeština: zběhovec
                dansk: Læbeløs
                Deutsch: Günsel
                English: Bugleweed
                eesti: Akakapsas
                فارسی: لبدیسی
                suomi: Akankaalit
                français: Bugle
                Gaeilge: Glasair choille
                עברית: חד-שפה
                hrvatski: Ivica
                hornjoserbsce: Zběhowc
                日本語: キランソウ属
                қазақша: Иістішөп
                lietuvių: Vaisgina
                norsk bokmål: Jonsokkollslekta
                Nederlands: Zenegroen
                norsk nynorsk: Jonsokkollslekta
                polski: Dąbrówka
                русский: Живучка
                slovenčina: zbehovec
                svenska: Sugor
                Türkçe: Mayasıl otu
                українська: Горлянка
                粵語: 老鼠鬚
                中文: 筋骨草属


                Tamarack Nature Center

                Outdoor trails are open. Outdoor portable toilets are available. Nature Center building will remain closed. Discovery Hollow is open and in-person programming is available with health and safety guidelines in place. Scheduled programs are subject to change or cancellation based on the status of the pandemic.


                509-315-4846 912 W Sprague Ave Downtown Spokane

                During COVID Restrictions

                Tamarack will be operating as an Event Venue only

                Sophisticated Yet Fun Environment in a Beautifully Restored 1892 Bi-Level Brick Building.

                Rich in Spokane history, the Tamarack was first built in the late 1800s as the Settlemeir Mercantile and beautifully renovated in 2015 into Tamarack Public House and Events. .

                The high ceilings along with the exposed brick, craftsman woodwork and custom bars adds to an already gorgeous venue.

                Tamarack achieves the right balance between intimate and spacious. Providing a Loft with Private Bar, Main Floor with Private Bar and Spacious Patio with water feature and fire pit.

                The venue is located Downtown Spokane in the shadow of the Historic Davenport Hotel.

                Reserved the loft for a surprise birthday party. Very friendly and professional staff. Great food and drinks. Can't recommend enough!

                We had an excellent work event tonight at the Tamarack. They easily adapted to the requests of our group and preferences and kept the food platters filled and beverages flowing! The staff was so friendly,

                especially since we were definitely in the way at times as they were working to host another group.

                I plan many events throughout the year and always am so thankful when a venue exceeds our expectations

                and hopes! I wish I lived here full time and could host more events here. Thank you for everything!

                I have organized three private corporate parties at Tamarack. The owners, Leo and Teresa Gonder, are wonderful to work with, highly knowledgeable, professional and just overall nice people. They go above and beyond to make sure we are pleased, but most important, our guests are pleased. I also have to praise the staff who always greet me with a smile and a prompt, pleasant attitude. They offer an extensive craft beer and cocktail selection that compliment the fresh farm-to-table menu options. I could write all day about the beautiful atmosphere. They have put a lot of time and attention into that location and it shows! They did a beautiful job restoring the building. It has a cool, chic aesthetic that is still elegant enough for corporate mixers. The spacious multi-level floor plan can accommodate multiple events, which I have seen them manage seamlessly. Our preference is the Loft for the privacy it offers our guests. I really appreciate knowing that when we host private parties at their venue, it will turn out wonderful. Thanks again to the owners and staff of Tamarack for the enjoyable and stress-free party planning experience.

                We came here for a wedding reception and it was perfect. There was plenty of room on this Saturday night for our group and they had the front "huge garage door" fully open since it was a warm summer night. The drink selection was on par as was the food for a venue of this caliber. What set this place apart was the vibe. It was the perfect place for our gathering. The downtown location was also convenient to many hotels that our group was staying at.


                Watch the video: JPS R5500 saw unit on SP 561 LF Harvester head. Eco Log 580D (July 2022).


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