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February 9, 1983

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i South End ay Valley.Maple Hills'Briarwood Roxaine Reynolds (255-5849) May Valley hearing Feb. 9 A public hearing on the OSure of May Valley aentary School will be at the regular Issaquah District school board February 9. The has been housing the and 6th grade students the Pine Lake area. classes of students will tend the remodeled Sunny ills Elementary School in Two Liberty High School are entered in the and Ensemble Contest Bellevue High School 12. Jan Jarvis will on the clarinet and Fix will compete on )et. l *** ._ ,,May Valle Alliance 1 tne VJhu r Y "push  ch young people are col- trou*ndCting aluminum cans to Other lse funds so they can attend Scott6{ ne Life Investment Con- rson Ference next summer. ;unda#L The Quiz Team from May [alley Church will travel to Moses Lake February 11 to mit maOmpete in the Quiz meet :uss hnat Friday and Saturday for elude ung p dous wlml Lincicome. from, I * * * how Maple Hills Elementary chool Japanese teacher in- Lr,n.Toshi ,Urano has been pen to narmg lamzuaoe culture t the !:eography, Iistor;, art and 9:30 ! anguage with students at the forma Cnool. He has taught several of W classes in calligraphy. He showed films on Japan-from the Japanese consulate. Some students have learned to write math problems in Kangi. *** Retired people are being recruited by Maple Hills Elementary School to assist in classrooms. Anyone in- terested contact Valerie DeGier at 392-9255. Lord of Life Lutheran Church couples are planning a "Sweetheart Night" on February 12. They will go as a group to a Renton restaurant at 6:30 p.m. for dinner. *** Girl Scout Troop 831 made and donated to the Maple Hills physical education pro- gram 50 yarn balls. The girls are led by Carol Sinnett. Seagulls have become a problem for Lake Kathleen residents. The birds drop down on their way to and from the Cedar Hills landfill site. Residents say they find bird droppings on house decks, dock and tied-up boats around the lake shore. The birds are a protected species and cannot be harm- ed. Some homeowners have been attempting to scare the birds away with a variety of noise-makers. Success has been limited. presents sewer plans to Sarnmamish Council Metro staff will give an Lake Sammamish and better Verview of planned serve the east Bellevue area, Provements to the East- the Issaquah area and Lake te Sgwer trunk line at the SammamishStatePrk. uary !5 meeting of the .The existing sewer' line "nmamish Community runs north from the vicinity The meeting begins of Interstate 90 and 161st 8 p.m. in the Lake Hills Avenue Southeast to Lake brary, 15228 Lake Hills Hills Boulevard and 154th Bellevue. Avenue Southeast sewerage project in- Metro made a similar pre- es.Placing a new pipeline sentation to the East Bellevue gtae an existing sewer Community Council Febru- L t -- u Prevent overflows into ary i. COAL 50 Ibs. S600 Utah Lump Coal I KENNEDY'S Communlty Enterprises I LAMPS_&SHADES I __ of Issaquah 690 NW Juniper, 392.1812 I 454-4334, / 8 to 4:30, Weekdays ] 10110 MAIN ST. . L BEtLEVUE Downtown Issaquah 392-6923 ii i LES GINN INSURANCE AGENCY Auto  Home -- Boat --Condo-- Life- Business Representing: PEMco UNITED PACIFIC Compare and Save! 1045 12thAve N.W. rk Cascade Business Pa Issaquah 392-5069 Open Sat. g-12 CASCADE TAX & ACCOUNTING 0.,o 392-6549 APDolntment Cascade Business Park 1045 12th Ave. N.W., Suite 6, Issaquah Dr. Robert C. Folkman is pleased to introduce his new associate in general dentistry Dr. John D. Lagos. New hours: Mon.-Thurs. 7 to 3 Friday 8 to 4 Saturday 8 to 2 990-SthAve. N.W., Issaquah,392"5602 The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, February 9, 1983 - Page 5 21assic paintings come to life in elementary class Marriage retreat held at by Holly Hagan U. W. Intern Ooh's and ah's could be heard as Judy Christianson showed a reproduction of Vasarelli's Zebegen to Joe McNabb's fourth grade class at Sunny Hills Elementary School The brightly colored circles and sqaures on the canvas were becoming the subject of a lively discussion. "Wow! How'd he do that?" "It looks like it's mov- ing!" "You know, certain things about it remind me of a Magrite we saw last month !" "That Van Gogh you showed us, Judy, didn't it take seven years to complete? 1 wonder how long this one took." Judy's answers brought forth more comments and it was hard to believe the obser- vations the fourth grade class was making. It was apparent that the children knew how to talk about art. "Can you see the way the artists we've talked about divide space?" Judy asked. The class jumped in with comments such as "Yes, the modern artists used color to add emphasis in particular areas!" Judy Christianson, one of 57 volunteer docents in Issa- quah's elementary school system, said, "Unlike adults, children are willing to talk about what they see. The stu- dents in Joe's class like the modern artists the best because they can use their im- agination to make the paint- ings anything they want them to be." Students in Lee Tredo's class at Briarwood Elementary write about their impressions of "The Scarecrow," by Andrew Wyeth. The Picture Docent Pro- gram is designed to acquaint elementary school children with art. Each class has a do- cent, such as Christianson, who makes monthly visits to the class to introduce the students to a piece of art. In- formation is presented through questions that lead the students to their own con- .... ..:;:ii!;;.,::ii$ . . :,: %::::v::! :iiiiliiii:!i!i:i;i::: ..... - "ii!ii!!iiiiiiii VALENTINE DINNER SPECIAL "C00iCoukoemn Marsala" A d " " bination of chicken sau eed in Marsala wine and cream sauce with mushrooms & onions. Includes rice, soup or salad, and a roll. 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The students were curious to see if their creation would "jump" off the wall the way Vasarelli's did. Thus the complicated ef- fect of illusions was made comprehendable to the chil- dren in their art project. " ....... Fasano ...the best steak and seafood in town! RECORDS! , aCpltme.e ' :nFar!hdCeaeyd :Yng!. 1 , Lee Tredo's third graders at Briarwood Elementary spent their art session with I I For Rent GIBSON HALL Parties a Receptions Rummage Sales Reduced rates for non-profit organizations KITCHEN FACILITIES WE BOILD ,, "It's A Natural" 00***Retirement Account Semlnar Feb. 15tht7 8 p.m. Pacific First Federal Everything you have always wanted to know about a Retire- ment Account but were afraid to ask. Padrm First Federal Savings & Loan Association Member FSLIC ,   Largest in the Pacific Northwest 1195 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah 392-5000 parent volunteer Merrely Banteil, writing down their feelings about 19th century European and American paintings. In groups of five, the stu- dents looked closely at "The Bathing Place at Asnieres" by Georges Seurat and decid- ed it was mid-afternoon on a summer day. Someone notic- ed, far in the distance, the faint outline of buildings. "I smell smoke," he wrote. But another boy was more in- terested in the people loung- ing in the water. "I feel cold after I finished swimming," he wrote. In another corner of the classroom, students were roaming in the field of "The Scarecrow," by Andrew Wyeth. "The wind is going to knock the scarecrow down," was one reaction to the scene. Then everybody explored their feelings about being in the big open field alone with that scarecrow. "Cold and hungry," wrote one girl, Another student couldn't quite figure out her reaction, until time was up, and she wrote, "lonely." By the time the elementary students of lssaquah com- plete their elementary educa- tion, they will have "made friends" with 60 to 70 of the world's greatest artists and paintings. Rainbow Lodge Rainbow Lodge Retreat Center is sponsoring a cou- ple's weekend February 11 through 13 entitled "Mar- riage, Ecstasy and Agony." The retreat will be structured so that husband and wife will be able to talk together about areas which are vital to their relationship. Broad guidelines will be established but much of the input will be drawn from those who pre-register so that the retreat will be geared to the needs and interests of those attending There will be opportunities to explore roles, shared values, com- munication patterns, deci- sion making, life styles, and sexuality. The retreat will begin with dinner at 7 p.m. on Friday, February I1 and will end with lunch on Sunday, February 13. The retreat leaders will be Dick and Arlene Birdsall of Rainbow Lodge, Bob and Patty Gray of Pine Lake Presbyterian Church and Margarita Suarez, private counselor. The cost will be $110 per couple which includes lodg- ing, meals and program. 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