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February 16, 1983

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The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, February 16, 1983 - Page 5 harp honored for work with 00he J)andicapped S,:ulptors needed for Issaquah Library project lssaquah resident Betty was honored by King )unty Advocates for Citizens at the s 47th Annual Dinner, held Thurs- February 3. Awards to groups or indi- who have made out- contributions to services or other- enriching the quality of of people with develop- disabilities in King Sharp has driven a education bus for the School District for years. But for her young ssengers the bus offers )re than just a ride. It is of the highlights of their The bus seems to along the road with music, singing, and that radiate from it. greets each child warm- has a knack for bring- out the special qualities in child, even the most shy 5he not only fusses over children, and plays their tapes, but she shows in what they are in school. Non-vocal / Bus driver Betty Sharp with some of her favorite "customers" (from left): Jean Griffin, Scott Nersveen, Ron Marker and Marcle Randall. I Williams Eastside ten are encouraged to k, using their communica- n boards or Morse code Stems. Extra time is gwen Citizen of the Year such means of communi- tion. is a When she-iv ......  Issaquah High special munity Enterprises of Lquah lrlstmas&apos; paS ,rtvnfranl,le. education teacher John Issaquah, a training center 79 grat . . . . 1. Botl )ung friends B,-,.,A ...... Wdllams was voted the for developmentally dls- rget to invite f_..,,.r uv., .... first East Side Citizen of abled adults and high versitY )r many it is onmer.naers" the Year at award schoolstudents • , el me low . ' • eclal invitation,; tha) urn- ceremonies in Bellevue Williams was one of ises lot  ¢- ' ...-'."-- last Saturday. The presen- two Issaquah residents ' ° e' ow ,,,,'" Jun wit•out any, x ration was sponsored by among the five finalists hantabl-r'says, rt"The" tet the Bellevue Rotary Club for the award. The other te mothe the Golden Rule i and the Journal-American. was Bob Nissley, a para- s not the . . ectacular deed performed Williams, who also won pleglc who has also been sionally. It is the day-in- a Community Service active in CEI projects and -out service that sets the Award from the Issaquah in working with the City few people apart, and Education Association of Is.saquah to establish :Y belongs in this cats- last year, is responsible handcapped access in €'" for the formation of Com- buildings and sidewalks. L 6 25  off,, ..... , ...... •   • [ gi% New Sprmng  t'bk Shoes (Open 'til 7 Thursday night) Come help us celebrate ( our Fifth Anniversary on February 17th, to thank You for helping make our ,' fourth year a success. We have scheduled a Special sale and refreshments. Gilman Village, Issaquah 392-0257 Ronald F. Perron, C.P.A. INCOME TAX & ACCOUNTING SERVICES Leavltt Building 301 116th Ave. S.E., Suite 160, Bellevue 453-8630 Evenings 392-2549 iN SACKED COAL ' 50 Ibs. $6 00 Utah Lumpoal Community Enterprises of Isuah 890 N.W. J unlper, 392.1812 8 to 4:30, Weekdays Dr Tom Cawrse is pleased to announce the Opening of his office for the practice of dentistry for children and young adults. The new office location is 154 Front Street North in Issaquah. Our philosophy of treating children em- Phasizes a relaxed atmosphere with a competent and confident staff. This enables a child to sense that he or she is in a safe place. We encourage the discussion of fees and full understanding of treatment that may be necessary. We accept all dental insurance plans and medical coupons. Appoiniments may be made by calling 392- 4048. Evening and weekend hours are available. High school holds paper drive Bundle up your news- newspaper drive• papers and bring them to Newspapers must be tied Issaquah High School Satur- with twine or placed in day, Febr.ary 26 from 10 grocery bags. No magazines, a.m. to.¢.m.p. . by the football telephone books or card- field for the school's annual board will be accepted. o., o, Ir 20/20 OPTICAL'S / II 00..uA.Ysm,AL, | 50% OFF SELECTED FRAMES* [ 25% OFF ALL OTHER FRAMES* | *With purchase of prescription lenses. Not valid with [ any other offers or contracts. Offer applies tb frames in I stock only. Offer expires 2/28/83. '(, [ {,=o OPTICAL .,. .... open M.F 10 to 6, Closed Presidents' Day,2121,83. l 45 Front St. N., Issaquah, 392-0202 _J CASCADE' II TAX & ACCOUNTING II Call for Appointroefll 392-6549 II Cascade Business Park I| II so.o° ss000ua00 II 8q . m0untam LGRZZ00HOUSeS 1 BLOOMING PRIMROSES Grown in our own greenhouses Thousands to choose from 74 ¢ Many varieties & colors, 4 inch pot.. ca. ROSES, No. 1 Jackson&Perkins Bare root, non-waxed S295 Mr. Lincoln, King's Ransom, Peace ca. 50 other yarieties available from $5.95 & up, patented & non-patented. STRAWBERRIES BSI Ii fiitSe.sSff AQ. u A.;wn2Belege bu nd #e Exit 15 Off 1-90.1 Mile South On Renton-lssaquah Road (Highway 900). Open 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Closed Sundays Professional sculptors are Myrtle Lodge #108 F.&A.M. ty's Memorial Park. The library and city officials, and invited to submit proposals The competition is open building will be finished in an artsprofessional. for an original work to be only to residents of King August and the sculpture placed at the new Issaquah- County. lssaquah artists are should be ready for installs- Artistscan obtain a project King County Community encouraged to apply, tie• by .October 1. Any prospectus and a library Library. Deadline for submission of medium is acceptable and flopr plan by contacting The project budget is proposals is 5 p.m., Friday, proposals for both interior Regan Robinson, Issaqpah approximately $14,000 -- April 15. and exterior works will be head librarian, at 392-5430. funds which were given in considered. All questions regarding the memory of longtime lssa- The new library is now Wold Memorial Sculpture quah residents Andrew L. under construction in the Proposals will be screened should be directed to Robin- Wold and Berneice Word by northwest corner of the Ci- by a panel of local residents, son. Meet our NEW meat manager Hugh Hell. He will be offering you the finest in selection, quality and price. Ask Hugh about your chance to win a new 1983 Quasar Mlcrowavelconvectlon Oven. Drawing March 1, 1983. 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