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Page 12 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, February 16, 1983 Drug program presented at Issaquah High Two showings of "Friday ture by state patrol trooper The content of the Night Live," the Wash- M. Hansen, will be presented assembly program will be ington Safety Commission inamorning assembly. There reinforced in various classes program on alcohol, cars, will be a repeat performance prior to and after the and teenagers, will be at 7:30 p.m. for parents, assembly with instructional presented at lssaquah High materials prepared to supple- February 22 for both stu- Reports from other high ment the program. dents and parents, schools indicate that the pro- If parents are interested, gram is well received by both this evening program will be The hard-hitting slide young people and their followed by others on show and informational lec- parents, substance abuse by students. Golden Acorns awards presented Feb. 24 The annual Golden Acorn Golden Acorn awards are the person's name to the awards will be presented by presented to volunteers for Washington PTSA Financial the lssaquah Parent Teacher outstanding service to the Grant Program. Student Association at its schools and community. The ceremonies begin at Founder's Day celebration Winners are given a golden 7:30 p.m. The Maywood Thursday, February 24 at pin and a certificate. The Junior High band will pro- lssaquah Junior High. PTSA also contributes $25 in vide entertainment. Wedding .Invitations Check out our book overnight THE ISSAQUAH PRESS 45 Front Street N. 392-6434 JlU Professional D00rectory CHIROPRACTORS Dr. Carolyn Bober.Emery Issaquah Family Chiropractic Center 6424E Lake Sammamish Pkwy. S.E. 392-9490 Fitzpatrick Chiropractic Clinic 185 E Sunset Way Issacluah 392.5321 COUNSELORS Eastslde Community Mental Health Ctr. 1609 116th NE, Bellevue, 455-HELP Thursday in Issaquah at Com- munity Baptist Church, 205 Mt Dark Blvd. S W T. Stephenaon Holme=, M.D., P.S. Individual and Family Psychiatry Pine Lake Dental-Medical Center 22727 S.E. 29th Street Issaquah 392-8213 Sprague Magnuson Individual, family, group therapy 58 Front St. N., 392-4740 FINANCIAL PLANNING Wm L. Notaro & Company 545 Rainier Bvd., North Suite 19 Issaquah, 392-9152 INSURANCE AGENTS Scott Earney Agency 1595 NW Gilman Blvd., 392.9111 Grange Insurance.Shields Agency Grange Mercantile Building 485 Front St. N., Issaquah Located Upstairs...392-4288 OPTICIANS 20120 Optical Rx eyewear, contact lenses, accessories 45 Front Street North Issaquah 392-0202 OPTOM ETRISTS Theodore S. Kadet, O.D. Family practice; visual training 85 N.W. Alder 392-5381 Mark Cohn, O.D. Contact lenses, family practice 85 N.W. Alder Issaquah 392-5381 PHARMACISTS Issaquah Rexall Drug Full prescriphon service 30 Front St S. Issaquah 392-6430 PHYSICAL THERAPISTS Issaquah Physical Therapy Clinic Gary Hope, R.P.T. 1045 12th Ave N.W., Suite F-10 Issaquah 392-0627 TAX SERVICE Quality Tax Service Serving Issaquah for 15 years 165 Front Street North Issaquah 392-3650 VETERINARIANS Alpine Animal Hospital Chuck Watson, D.V.M. Practice hrnded to small animals 218005E 56th St.. 392-6456 Issaquah Veterinary Hospital Bruqe R. Bierbaum. D.VM. Small creatures, cats. dogs. sheep, goats Z95 1st Ave. N.W. 392-6211 Lake Sammamish Veterinary Hospital Dr David Hildreth Large and small ammals 2300 Newport Way 392.6195 Pine Lake A students Pine Lake Junior 'High is proud to announce the names of students who achieved a perfect straight A (4.0) average on their first semester report cards which were distributed on Friday, February 11. The 38 students include 11 seventh graders, 16 eighth graders, and 11 ninth graders. The seventh graders are Douglas Boeschen, Michael Cutler, Monica Egger, Janet Graham, Jed Lin, Laura Melton, Jason Olson, Mischa Redmond, Carrie Weise, and Ross Zimmerman. Eighth graders are Katherine E. Bell, Leigh Ann Clayton, Jillian Cooke, Julia Coward. Jeffrey Forsberg, Robert Hansen, Jane Hsiao, Thomas Humann, Lori Lind- quist, Shay Livingston, Scott Mantei, Sheryl Nagai, Diane Rackers, Christina Scholey, Karent Tuvey, Todd Labelle and Whitney Zaring. Ninth graders are Michele Annibal, Byron Howard, Brian Kovacevich, Lisette Lambregts, Melinda Layman, William Lemley, Kevin Nagai, David Pietromonaco, Rebecca Schibig, Katherine Shimada, and Jay Zimmerman. In addition to these students, 126 others are listed on the school honor roll for achieving a 3.5 or better grade point average. Laing reschedules meetings Bruce Laing, Issaquah's representative on the King County Council, has resched- uled his "listening sessions" from February 8 and March 8 to February 22 and March 22 at the Issaquah Library. Ten residents showed up for the February 8 session last week and were told Laing was out of town. The ses- sions are designed to give residents a chance to air their problems with King County government. Laing will also be up for election this fall. The sessions will be held from 7 to 8:45 p.m. For more information call 344-3457. Ski Clinic held at library A free cross-country skiing tie. The program features clinic will be held at the Issa- two films demonstrating quah Library Wednesday, touring and cross-country March 2 at 7:30 p.m. downhill techniques. The clinic, is sponsored by the Swallow's Nest, an out- For more information, call door recreation firm in Seat- 644-1666. Sign up for a library card The King County Library the library system is System needs you.., to sign process of convertinS up for a free borrower's computer checkout sY card. So far 16 libraries ar "Over 140,000 people have to the computer jsyst applied for cards in the last approximately 20 other 12 months," said Library be hooked up beforeth Director Herbert Mutschler. oftheyear. But he added that this figure represents only about half To register for a the number of people in the rowers must complete county who regularly use application forms public libraries, available at all Cards are necessary now as Library System Singers needed for Easter Attention singers: plans " singing in the choir are being made for a Cam- ing in the planning munity Easter Sunrise Ser- service, contact any vice. One part of this service of the Issaquah will be a community choir Kiwanis Club or directed by Bill Klein. 392-5184. 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