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Page 4- The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, January 12, 1983 uul Around town Who's news Jenkins on Dean's List Jennifer Jenkins of lssa- quah has been named to the Dean's List at Carroll Col- lege in Helena, Montana. Students must earn a grade Clubs i Booster's Club The lssaquah High Booster's Club will meet Wednesday, January 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the lssaquah High library. All boosters and the public are invited. Valley Seniors The Issaquah Valley Seniors will celebrate birth- days at McDonald's on Thursday, January 13 at about 8:30 p.m. On Friday, the 14th, the regular lun- cheon will not be served be- cause of the holiday honor- ing Martin Luther King Jr., but there will be a video showing, but the film title has not yet been decided. VFW The Veterans of Foreign wars will meet January 17 at the Eagle's Hall at 8 p.m. The Ladies Auxiliary of the VFW will meet the same day at l p.m. Over the recent holiday seaon, the ladies m,,, Catterall president of Eastside Brokers Bob Catterall, a long time trustee of the Eastside Brokers Association repre- senting the lssaquah area, was elected president at the January 4 trustee meeting. Catterall is the founder and broker of Eastside Realty, Inc. in issaquah. The Eastside Brokers As- sociation is a multiple listing service with a territory rang- ing from Lake Washington to Snoqualmie Pass, from Woodinville to Renton. There are more than 200 of- fices and about 1,500 sales- people in the organization. Catterali was the former president of the lssaquah Brokers Association, which merged with the Eastside Brokers Association in 1974. His term will be one year. Cooke lectures for Creative Arts Issaquah artist Robert Cooke will participate in a lecture series at the Creative Arts League in Kirkland. His talk, entitled "Cite' Perdu" will be held February 12. For more information, call the league at 822-7161. At H&R Block we guarantee our work. This year with over 100 changes in the tax laws and forms, you have more chances of making a mistake. And that could mean an IRS audit. If H&R Block prepares your taxes and you're audited, we go with you at no added cost. Not as your legal repre- sentative, but to explain how your taxes were pre- pared. If we make a mistake and you owe additional tax, you pay only the tax. We pay the penalty and interest. I H&R BLOCK The new fox lows. This year's number one reason to go to H&R Block. NEW LOCATION IN ISSAQUAH Open Mon.-FrL 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 9 am. to 5 p.m. Call for an appointment or come in at your convenlence. Evenings by appointment Upstairs in the Mercantile Building 485 Front St. North 392.4323 i i prepared and decorated cookies, sandwich fixings, and goodies for the Service Men's lounge at Sea Tac Air- port. During November and De- cember many service people came through Seattle on holi- day leave. Garden Club The Issaquah Garden Club will hold the first meeting of the new year on Wednesday January 19, at Our Savior Lutheran Church. The business meeting will be at 11 a.m. followed by a salad luncheon. The afternoon program will be "Birds in your Garden." Plans will also be discussed for the February Valentine guest luncheon. Soccer Association The lssaquah Soccer Association will hold its regular monthly meeting January 17 at 7:30 p.m. at Gibson Hall. Agenda items are the 1983 budget, in excess of $25,000, the continued development of new fields, the 1983 registration and the nomina- tion of officers for the East- side Youth Soccer Associa- tion. The meeting is open to the public and citizen input is en- couraged. Local family featured on KOMO TV special A KOMO TV special on the challanges faced by parents today will feature the birth of an Issaquah baby and commentary by Mirror- mont resident Charlie Lang- don, director of the Chil- dren's Home Society of Washington. The program, called "1 Am Your Child," will air Wednesday, January 19 on channel 4 at 7:30 p.m. South Cove residents Gary and Lynn Anderson will be featured on the show along with other families in the Seattle area. The show deals with the Anderson's thoughts about raising their two older sons; James, five, and Patrick, three and shows the two preparing for the birth of their third child. The actual birth of their third son Daniel last November 23 was also film- ed, but Lynn hastens to say the film is not exactly ex- Need a ride? plicit. "They weren't interested in filming a birth birth -- they were more interested in the interaction between me and Gary." TV cameras in the delivery room didn't bother her at all, says Lynn. The camera crew was very sensitive and she was delighted with the footage she .aw recently. She was recommended to the station by her pediatri- cian, Dr. Richard Graham, also a South Cove resident and the man who delivered her other two Children. "I have a history of healthy babies and easy deliveries and that's what they were looking for," she said. "They also wanted a great big healthy baby to hold up -- and that's what they got," she added. Little Daniel was 10 pounds, four ounces and 22 inches at birth. ii :i Gary and Lynn Anderson with baby Daniel, sons Patrick (left) and James. THERAPUTIC MASSAGE Two vanpools are looking for riders from the Issaquah area. One van travels from Issaquah to downtown Belle- vue and another from Issa- quah to the Boeing Space Fasan0's A rDETA or just watching your weight? You Can't Beat Our Beautiful SEAFOOD SALAD with OletCenterDreseing ,,i STEAMED HADDOCK ;,::ere:;.;.n. PLAIN 3-EGG OMELET w,thor Center in Kent. For information on the Bellevue van, call E. Stuard at 455-6894 and for the Kent van, call R. Mullen at 733- 8907. Weight Loss Class by Christim, ()wen Markey, L.M.T. New Location i; '' :RJdner Square .., Richard Michael ... 623-6385 : gift certificates redeemable at new location SACKED COAL 50 Ibs. $600 Utah Lumpoal without Mushrooms -- Greet Lunch or Dinner 2 LOW CALORIE COUNTER MEALS for Lunch or Dinner DIET BRAN MUFFIN ,orthatCoffee Break or Breakflst We'll go out of our way to try to help you diet --- just ask! ?00Doit News  A Christian " '" approach to ( // i. J weight loss i- ,,,,..% and control. ., :( .) ";'E:I,I,I , Begins M onday  - , Jan, 24th. , ClaSses held Monday Nights. Issaquah Seventh-Day Adventist Church 425 E. Sunset Way Issaquah, WA. For more information call: ,-: 392-8671 Community Enterprises of Isssquah OO0 N.W. J u nlper, 392-1812 8 to 4:30, Weekdays St. Michael's offers job finding workshop The first Together-in-Em- ployment Workshop (T.I.E.) of 1983 will be held in Issa- quah at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, starting on January 22. These workshops, sponsored by the Episcoa!EDiocese Of Olym- pia, are open to anyone seek- mga job, a careeP change, or a new perspective on employ- ment possibilities. The T.I.E. Workshop goes from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, January 22, then continues on January 24, 27, 31, and February 3 from 7 to 10 p.m. The final session is Monday, February 14 from 7 to 10 p.m. The T.I.E. Workshops at- tempt to identify people's past successes, either ,per- sonal or professional. identifying successes, can recognize the skills have which can be applied jobs. By working various exercises both and in a group, identify on interviewing and prepare job for potential employees. T.I.E. Workshops open to anyone and cost $25 for those who register January 19. After that, regis- tration goes up to $35. To register, send your name, ad" dress, and phone number St. Michael and All An Church, P. O. Box Y, Issa" quah, 98027. For additional information contact Carol Kentop, 392-8324, or KaY Breuel, 392-1177. Downtown Issaquah 392-6923 WINT R SHO CLEARANC Featuring shoes by Stride Rite, Edwards, Weber, Step Master, Acme, Dingo & Courtland. GIRLS' OXFORDS, STRAPS, SLIP-ONS, DRESS SHOES & SCHOOL SHOES ,eo =255=3, ....... SALE s18" & s20" BOYS' OXFORDS & SLIP-ONS ,.Q =2850= ....... SALE s18" & s20" ALL BOOTS- s5 OFF REG. PRICE TENNIS SHOES By Keds, Zips & Skids Reg. $13-$29 .......... SALE s8" tO *16"  S 88 $ 88 . SANDALS .............. 8 to 14 SLIPPERS sdee  .... .......................... 1 J"P:) Llmltedalzeselectlon. " ""  v' Shop early forbeat selection. '00Wo .Ch00Idrens rld,,,. 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