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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, February 9, 1983 Around town Who&apos;s news Robert Waitt Waitt named Gonzaga regent Robert K. Waitt of Issa- quah has been named to the Board of Regents of Gon- zaga University. A senior partner in the Seattle law firm of Waitt, Johnson & Martens, Waitt is an alumnus of the Gonzaga University School of Law ('57) and Washington State University. He currently serves as chairman of the Gonzaga Law Council. Waitt's professional af- filiations include the American Bar Association, Washington State Bar Association, Seattle-King County Bar Association, and the Washington Association i iii iiii ii position as judge of the King County District Court in lssaquah, following 16 years of service, and from the bench of the lssaquah Municipal Court He was a judge pro tern of the King County Superior Court. A recipient of the Gonzaga Law Medal, Wain is listed in the "Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory," "Who's Who in American Law," and the "Dictionary of Interna- tional Biography." Waitt is a past president of the Issaquah Kiwanis Club. He is a member of the Washington Athletic Club, Sahalee Country Club, where he served as president in 1982, and the Bermuda Dunes Country Club. He and his wife, the former Diane Dallam, have two grown children. Pattie, Birdsall graduate from Linfield Linda Sue Pattie, a 1978 graduate of lssaquah High, and Holly Rue Birdsall, a '79 graduate, have completed graduation requirements at Linfield College in McMinn- ville, Ore. Pattie majored in sociology and Birdsall ma- jored in religion and sociology. Crittenden completes infantry training Pvt. Mark J. Crittenden, son of Sandra and Odell Crit- tenden of Preston, has corn- i ii Sherman on advisory committee lssaquah School Board member Karen Tayler Sher- man was recently appointed to represent the Washington State School Director's Association (WSSDA) on the State Superintendent of Public Instruction's Ad- visory Committee on Com- munity Education. The purpose of this com- mittee is to encourage the use of public school resources by the community and the use of community resources by the schools. Taylor was also elected to the WSSDA legislative com- mittec. In this capacity she will assist WSSDA in developing legislative pro- posals on behalf of thc school boards in south and east King ,County. She will also work with WSSDA staff in reviewing educational legislation proposed by others while the Washington State legislature is in session. Konarski elected to United Way board Betty Konarski, coor- dinator of Gilman Village, was elected to a three-year term on the board of direc- tors of United Way of King County. Shc is a founder of the Gilman Village Merchant's Association and wrote and published the Gilman Village Merchant's Association Manual of Operation. A former teacher and guest lecturer at the University of Washington and Seattle University, Konarski was 1982 president of Women + member of the boards of directors of Seattle Chamber of Commerce, and King County East, Convention and Visitor's Bureau and is a consultant, instructor and lecturer for a number of col- leges, chambers of commerce and organizations. Macdonald all-A's at U of South Carolina Kathi Macdonald, an education student at the Uni- versity of South Carolina at Columbia, has been named to the President's Honor List for the fall '82 semester. Stu- dents' on the list must have a straight-A average. She is the daughter of Malcom Macdonald of 2101 244th S.E. James is Chandler's district director Eighth district congress- man Rod Chandler has named Carol James of Belle- vue as his district director. James, who was chairman of the steering committee in Chandler's primary and general election campaigns, is in the process of setting up district offices in Bellevue. Chandler was elected in November to the newly- created Eighth Congressional District, which includes Issa- quah. Mrs. James, long active in Eastside civic and political groups, is a founding member of the Eastside Municipal League and has been active in Parent- Teacher-Student activities in the Bellevue School District. The Bellevue office is located in the north building Denise Johnson Johnson appointed Frigoscandia controller Frigoscandia Contracting, Inc. announces the appoint- ment of Denise L. Johnson to the position of controller. Johnson, who has pre- viously worked for Frigo- scandia as a bookkeeper, was most recently Assistant Con- troller for the Seattle Mariners Baseball Club. She is a graduate of the Univer- sity of Washington and re- sides in Issaquah. Frigoscandia Contracting is the leading supplier of industrial food freezing machinery in North America, home based in Redmond. Hsaio plays at Opera House Jane Hsaio of Issaquah will play in a Valentine's Day performance at the Seattle Opera House with the Seattle Youth Symphony conducted by Vilem Sokel. The concert will feature Seattle-born trumpeter Rolf Smedvig, and the symphony i Williams a candidate for Citizen of Year Issaquah High teacher John Williams, who won a Community Service Award from the Issaquah Education Association last year, is a candidate for the first East Side Citizen of the Year Award, sponsored by the Bellevue Rotary Club and the Journal-American. Williams teaches special education and was responsi- ble for the formation of Community Enterprises of Issaquah, a work-training center for developmentally disabled adults and students. The center, which recently moved to a new building, trains 33 adults and six students. Williams is also involved with the Boy Scouts, Kiwanis and the. American Heart Association. The awards will be presented February 12. Perkins joins readiness exercise Army Capt'. Philip G. Perkins, son of Homer L. p.m. and Lucille B. Perkins of 28926 S.E. Preston Way, Cl b-'u-s participated in Brim Frost 1983, a U.S. Readiness Corn- mend Joint-service exercise held in Alaska. The exercise is designed to test and evaluate active and reserve component com- manders in joint procedures and tactics. It also gauges their ability to function in an arctic environment. Perkins is a brigade surgeon with the 9th Infantry ,ay 'Cuckoo's Nest' opens Nlcolette Jahnke as nurse Hatched and Mark Drexler as R. P. McMurphy In the V! -May,.h Theatre's "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," which will run February 16 through ,c 'urc| 19. The play takes place in a mental Institution in the Pacific Northwest aroundP) ring McMurphy finds himself embroiled in a battle of wills with "The Big Nurse," Otherl (alse f roles are played by Mel Midge (Chief Bromden), Scott Davidson (Billy Bibblt), Scott 8 he Li (Harding), David Lleberman (Cheswick), Winston Rocha (Martini), and Emerson Ferncc (Scanlon) Performances are Wednesdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sunday  ne /alley Vloses a unit rnemPe discuss haa[ t't ,ics to b|Cglon; will include ung p/r llll L M I ar choo i iiii Garden Club The lssaquah Garden Club will enjoy the Wednesday, February 16 meeting with its members and guests at a luncheon served at the Ever- green Baptist Church in Maple Hills. A delicious lunch will be served at 11:30 with gifts for everyone, and McDonald's on the 10th at 8:30 a.m.; a planning meeting the llth at 1:30 p.m.; lunch at Sizzler's Hen- ton, a board meeting the 15th at 11:30 p.m., and a before lunch spokesman from Puget East will hold a unit February 9 to ous waste Topics to be cussed dangers of hazardous where it comes from, regulates it, and how Power speaking on "Beating handled, learn the High Cost of Living" on T Wednesday the 18th. This t0harin The meeting open L will be followed by a general - .L e IIgeogr public, will be at m . ^ "0 0angua meetingat 1:30. ' quah Library at : ,L . f mat school For further in or Issaquah Gliders call the League of W i of Defense Counsel. He pleted one station unit train- Business, Inc., and co-chair- of a two-building office will play Mahler's Tenth Division at Fort Lewis. 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