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Page 6 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, February 2, 1983 t00pollo employees find out just how healthy they really are by Rhoda Donkin It was the day to find out how much extra fat they carry around, how hard their heart works, how strong their muscles are and how far their backs could bend. At a one-day health fair at Apollo Elementary School, more than 40 staff members subjected themselves to a day of reckoning. The idea was for teachers to find out how healthy they are, because if teachers feel good, kids learn more. The health fair was organized by five staff members, a school board member and the school's nurse, Jean Martin. The group learned all about "self health evaluating" at a special seminar last spring. They hope to spread the idea to other schools in the future. While the day's revelations were somewhat painful for a few staff members, going through the battery of tests was not very painful for teacher's aid, Judy DiDonato. She tipped the scale at a whopping 111 pounds and measured five feet one inch tall. "Can't I keep my boots on?" she pleaded. Next her pulse was check- ed, 72 beats a minute, about average for most women. "You should take it right after you get up in the morn- ing to really find out what kind of condition you're in," said Martin. Measuring body fat was the next test, one that didn't intimidate DiDonato. Martin measured her waist, thigh and calf, and after doing some quick calculations, an- nounced 19.16 percent body fat. That was met with a gasp, but Martin assured DiDonat0 it was very good. "It's very low really. The goal for women is under 25 percent fat, and for men about 15 percent." She may be skinny, but is she strong? Flat on her back, stretched out on gymnastics mats set up in a nearby of- fice, DiDonato was timed as she hoisted her upper body to Apollo Elementary School nurse Jan Martin takes Judy DiDonato's blood pressure during a one-day health fair January 29. 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BELLEVUE 12600 BEL-RED ROAD bent knees. After completing thirty in 60 seconds, she was put in the "fit" category for abdominal strength. Then it was time for push ups. DiDonato ws hesitant. She did six which registered in the "low" zone for upper arm strength. Finally she was tested for the flexibility of her back.. Sitting with legs straight out in front, she bent over, arms forward. She couldn't get her back to relax its arch and groaned with discomfort. "This doesn't feel very good," admitted DiDonato. That was an area she planned to work on. The last analysis was how many calories she needs everyday to maintain her weight. The figure, 1841, sounded like a lot of calories to her. "I never knew that," she said. "That's very in- teresting." Issaquah Alps hikes L 454.3021 SNAP TOGETHER ALL.VINYL GUTTERS ,o 00o,ioo 369 gutter Reg. 4.99 .......................... each Downspout 499 Reg. 7.39 .................................... 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PRE.HUNO INTERIOR DOORS We have in stock Mahogany, Birch, Oak and 6 raised panels. Many sizes 411"lugth! PiPE INSULATION Va" Pipe Reg. 1.29 ................... 99' ,. " Pipe Reg. 1.39 .................... te oa. 1" Pipe Reg. 1.49 ...................... 1te ,. ALL SCHLAGE KNOBS IN STOCK CLOSEOUT PRICED! UP TO 50% OFR Limited to etock on hand HOURS Monday-Friday 7 am-5 pm Saturday 8 am-4 pm ,, ,f, 4 -No previous sign-up is necessary; just show up at the ap- pointed time and place. All hikes meet at the lssaquah Park and Ride Lot. February 2, 9:30 a.m., Squak Traverse, Class 3-B, Leader George Jackman 641-3408. Hike this route on the Northeast Face after a lively climb in Thrush Gap with a lunch stop at the sawdust heap of the old Tie Mill. The northern route will follow a lower road on the East Face, intersect with the Northern Ridge Rd. Requires a car switch. February 5, 8:30 a.m., West Tiger l, Class 3-B, Leader: Trudy Ecob 232-2933. The highest peak of West Tiger is over populated at the summit with radio towers, but the walk is a lovely wildwood trail. Views over Puget Sound and the Cascades. February 6, 8:30 a.m., Middle Tiger via Logging Railroads, Class 3-B, Leader: Dwight Riggs 271-8389/772-1666. Climb 1400' to gawk at the 360 panorama from this alpine aerie around Middle Tiger Trail. After a top of the world lunch, circle downward N + W via historic North Side, 15 mile creek, and Hobart-Middle Tiger railroad grades. 7V2 miles round trip. Joint hike with Mountaineers. February 6, 12:30 p.m., Lake Tradition, Class 2-B, Leader: Tom Hamman 641-3408. Leader has favorite route through Issaquah City Watershed and chooses from 1000 year old Big Trees of the Lower Plateau, century-old cedar puncheon skid- road used by oxen, Round Lake, Rain Forest East and the Or- chard of the abandoned homestead. February 8, 9:30 a.m., Middle Tiger via 15 Mile Creek, Class 3 + C, Leader: Laurene McLane 392-0204. From the Grand Canyon ascend the Tiger Mountain Railroad Grade, climbing steeply intersect the Tiger Mountain Trail, follow the trail past Dennys Bulge up to Middle Tiger. Climb is short and steep with views of Rainier and West. A good workout. Pool begins new lesson program On February 21, a new lesson program begins at the Issaquah pool. The program will include regular size , ISSAQUAH RECYCLING .... CENTER Oooratad by C.E.I Open Mon..FrL 12 noon - 4 p.m. and Saturday 10 to 2 Next to Foothills Restaurant classes of 6 to 8 students in pre-school and 8 to 12 students in the youth classes. The new limited size classes of guaranteed 3 to 5 students in pre-school and 5 to 7 students in youth classes will also be introduced. Parents will have a choice of the number of students in the children's classes. Other new additions in- clude: adult swim Friday night from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. and aquarobics Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. MID.WINTER SPECIALS Now, for a limited time only, we've rolled back our prices to 1977. Come & enjoy tremendous savings on our finest perms for only $28", or a frost for r" the same low p ce. HURRY! SPECIAL OFFER MUST END FEB. 14, 1983 * Does not include hair cut. 5 Stylists To Serve you a Call For Appointment e Open weekdays until 9 p.m., Fri. & Sat. until 5 p.m. e Plenty of parking  Free coffee always 68 E. Sunset Way, Issaquah 392-5567 i Ad/mix Debbie Berto Open mike invites local tol to showcase at Feed Stor The Okie Doke Band will begin hosting an ty show every Sunday afternoon at The Feed Store Village. Starting at 3 p.m. this Sunday, the band show with a set of hot Okie Doke material and then be welcome to take the spotlight to do music, entertaining things. The restaurant will serve imported beer and wine at their espresso bar. The Okie Doke Band features 'homegrown' with guitar, kazoo, washboard, dobro, washrub bass, and vocal. Congratulations to Barry Steel of Steel Photography. He has been elected president of Professional Photographers Association for 1983. Good news for linguini lovers! Jay Berry's is now open for lunch. The China Wok on East Sunset Way has been sold, and is now open as the Mandarin Garden. Chef- owner Andy Wang specializes in Mandarin and Szechwan cuisine. He has been a cook for 15 years and taught a course in Szechwan cuisine for two years. Man- darin Garden is open every- day and serves lunch on weekdays. Orders to go are welcome or a banquet room is available if you bring your friends. AndyWang Russ Jackman has opened Master-Tune on East mamish Parkway, next to A&E Market. mechanic Sam Giles do general auto maintenance emergency mobile repair. Sunrise Center, an outpatient alcoholic treatment' Issaquah, has changed its name to Square One. Dr. John D. Lagos has joined Dr. associate in general dentistry. Lagos brings 15 perience with him. He will accept Friday and appointments, while Folkman will continue to Monday through Thursday. Pat Sells is off to Germany this week to the Christmas decoration show ever held. She'll be those special items that make her Holiday Shopp Village a unique place. The Ark is a new pet and supply store specializing in birds, fish and small animals. Owners Joyce and Jon  Graves have lived on the Pine,  ..... Lake Plateau for eight years.  Joyce worked in veterinary ::: clinics and pet stores before deciding to open her own shop in the Hi-Lo Center. Jake, their 5-year-old cockatoo, is not for sale but can always be visited at the shop. Joyce Graves with ', Some of Issaquah's grocery stores have made some' the last couple of months. Mark-It Foods remodeled duce department. New lighting, cases, and more mean better customer selection. tensive remodeling allowing for the addition of a meat and the expansion of the produce and dell de Saeway's new scanners means all the stores quick check-out service. Buns Master Bakeries has opened a franchise in the J Plaza in Bellevue. The bakery produces breads. cookies and muffins at low prices. The store is dy Dean and Priscilla Clark. Buns Master is open week. The Issaquah Diet Centerand its 1650 siste rated as the leading weight-control franchise for the secutive year by Efitrepreneur magazine. Jack Porter, president of Headhunters Na Seattle in lssaquah has become a Certified Personnel tant, a professional designation for people in the placement industry. Two years experience, tions and a written exam qualified Porter for the desi Lakeside Sand and Gravel and B & B Heating, aquah businesses, will participate in the first Show at the Red Lion Inn, February 24-27. The have products and services on display that relate improvement and care of the home, lawn and garden. Ever wonder what happened to Tom Hornberg, of the Haberdasher in Issaquah? He has a new starting up, Hornberg Wood Windows. His designed with Northwest contemporary architecture i! and the double pane offers the largest available air high insulation factors.: Engineer Arnold Thompson, graduate of Issaquah High School, designed them for new construction or for the conversion of frames. The windows are 'factory direct' from the Hobart. The Issaquah Chamber of Commerce welcomes new bers Destinations Unlimited, Diet Center, and sultants West. 1983 membershipsnow stand at 50, an high for this early in the year. Congratulations are in new president Donna Graves and her board of directorS,!. Getting married? If you plan to be married in the next few months, let Press readers know about it. Engagements and wedding forms are available at the Press during office hours, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Press. also black and white and wedding photos published with the Good quality color are also acceptabl publication. j