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IN F O RMAI-i O N ",n e A E RO B IC S FO R KID S the Issaquah School District will receive registration March A modified aerobic program for ages 9-12. We'll have fun Please make checks payable to-'CITY OF ISSAQUAH" Mail to: Issaquah Parks & Recreation Department PO Box M Issaquah, Wa. 98027 Class minimums must be met, or the class will be cancelled. Fees not refundable unless cluss is cancelled. Registrations are now being accepted. For further information, call 392-7131. PARK BOARD Mike Warning, Chairman Jim Aguirre Susan Bell Mark Berntsen Anita Karr Chuck Kinnune Jerry Ruhl The public is invited and encouraged to attend Issa- quah Park Board meetings which are held at City Hall, 130 E. Sunset Way, the 4th Monday of each month star- ting at 7:00 p.m. Leon Kos, City Administrator RECREATION PROGRAM LOCATIONS Issaquah High School, 700 2nd S.E., lssaquah Issaquah Jr. High School, 400 1st S.E., Issaquah Maywood Jr. High School, 14490 168th S.E., Renton Pine Lake Jr. High School, 228th S.E. lssaquah-Pine Lake Rd., Issaquah Apollo Elementary, 15025 S.E. 117th, Renton Clark Elementary, 500 2nd S.E., Issaquah Issaquah Valley Elementary, 22201 S.E. 72nd, Issaquah Issaquah Community Hall, 180 E. Sunset Way, Issaquah Liberty Lanes, 361 N.E. Gilman Blvd., Issaquah Issaquah Senior Center, 105 2nd Ave. N.E., Issaquah Ralph's Automotive -- Building #10, Rowley Center, Issaquah Issaquah Tennis Club, 2115 N.W. Poplar Way, Issaquah Julius 8oehm's Issaquah Pool, 50 S.E. Clark, Issaquah Issaquah Library, Behind City Hall The maintenance crew for the park department, from left, Eddy Elliot, Supervisor AI Erickson, Jim Sheridan, and Daniel Brunsberg. 17 for its Sprin Recreation Program. The program is designed to provide "something for everybody" -- all ages, all interests. Anyone interested in additional program offerings is urged to contact the Issaquah Parks & Recrea- tion Department Office, 392-7131, to make suggestions. The Department of Parks & Recreation is located in City Hall, 130 E. Sunset Way. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Most of the classes that are offered require pre-registration, which must be received by the Parks Office three days prior to class starting date. Persons are admitted to class on a first-come, first-served basis according to fee payment. Registration forms are available in the Recreation Office and may be completed in person or the convenient mail-in form may be used and mailed along with the appropriate fee to: Issaquah Parks & Recreation Dept., P.O. Box M, Issaquah, Wa. 98027-1307. If mail-in registration form is used, please contact the Parks Office for confirmation. Registration is not taken by telephone. Class minimums must be met or the class will be can- celled. Fees are not refundable unless class is cancelled. The efforts of our staff have been directed towards making this program most enjoyable and pleasant for you. Recreation Instructors needed: The Recreation Staff is constantly seeking qualified instructors for a variety of pro- grams. If you have a leisure hobby or skill that you would like to share with the community, please call our office, 392-7131. A family outing, sports which provides many ful- excitement or a tranquil filling classes and programs walk -- you can find it all in for all ages. a variety of local public These activities would park and recreation not be possible without facilities within the boun- your support or the support daries of the Issaquah of our many volunteers and School District. Leisure is instructors. Our sincere part of living -- join in! thanks to all of you and the The Issaquah Parks & Issaquah School District Recreation Dept., in employees for their cooperation with the Issa- assistance in the use of quah School District and facilities and cooperation in King County Parks, serves distributing the program the Issaquah School District flyer. Parks & Recreation Department Staff Kerry Anderson, Director Eric Hanson, Recreation Program Supervisor Oretta Perrotti, Secretary AI Erickson, Maintenance Supervisor Eddy Elliott, Maintenance Dan Brunsberg, Maintenance Jim Sheridan, City Building & Grounds Maintenance Mayor DarleneMcHenry Message from the Recreation ELECTED A.J. Culver Dick Mitchell City CounciIMembers Nick Pergakis and Park Staff: OFFICIALS DaveCUrk Joe Peterson Rowan Hinds Emie Smith BACKPACKERS! We have a huge inventory of new and used recreational equipment, ap- parel and shoes, wool pants, shirts and knickers, and military surplus all at unbelievable low warehouse prices! CALL 453-8041 i:' '::::!i" "::J''iii :ii i:=i', he.Peak !! ,xo.,..no. ,, Just off BeI-Red Rd in the 132nd Center (behind Sleep-Aire) 1405 132nd Ave. N.E. Bellevue ,, The lssaquah Parks & Recreation Department is concern- ed about your quality of life. Park facilities and recreation activities are a vital ingredient of your individual health program. You choose leisure activities for many reasons. Among these may be a need for creativity, a need to learn new skills, a need to learn or express new ideas, a need to make new friends, a need to get in better physical condi- tion, a need to get along with others, a need to relieve stress, a basic need for fun and enjoyment. The choice is yours! Our park facilities also serve to give us choices for par- ticular need. Among them may be a need to appreciate nature, a need to learn about nature, a need to compete through sports programs, a need to get away from the hus- tle and bustle of every-day living, a need to go to a place for a social gathering or just to be by yourself, a place to have fun and enjoyment. The choice is yours!! It's your Community Recreation Program. Be part of it! Use it! And enjoy itt If you have any questions or need further information please call your professional recreation staff at 392-7131. We're here to serve you! SNOQUALMIE FALLS GOLF COURSE Scenic 18 Hole Course PGA Professional John Groshell Seattle A reds Driest Winter Golf Course Foil City, Wash. 392-1276 i AEROBIC r)ANCERCISE Come and experience an exciting class which includes warm-up, choreographed dance routine and cool down -- all done to popular music. Emphasis on cardiovascular fit- ness. Wear loose comfortable clothing and tennis shoes. MAYWOOD JR. HIGH (Evenings) Date: Tuesdays & Thursdays, April 12-June 9 Time: 8:10-9:10 p.m. Fee: $26.00 for 18 sessions Ages: 16 & older Location: Gym Limit: 50 per class Instructor: Linda Sandford ISSAQUAH JR. HIGH (Evenings) Date: Tuesdays & Thursdays, April 12-June 14 (Exclude June 9) Time: 7-8:00 p.m. Fee: $26.00 for 18 sessions Ages: 16 & older Limit: 50 per class Instructor: Melinda gritt-DeWalt PINE LAKE JR. HIGH (Evenings) Date: Mondays & Wednesdays, April 11-June 13 (Exclude May 30) Time: 7-8:00 p.m. Fee: $26.00 for 18 sessions Ages: 16 & older Limit: 50 per class Instructor: Anne McGi]l-Thompson ISSAQUAH COMMUNITY HALL (Mornings) Date: Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays, April 11-June 13 (exclude May 30) Time: 9:30-10:30 a.m. Fee: $39 for 27 Sessions Ages" 16 & older Limit: 25 per class Instructor: Sara Finklestein ISSAQUAH COMMUNITY HALL (Mornings) Date: Tuesdays & Thursdays, April 12-June 9 Time: 9:30-10:30 a.m. Fee: $26.00 for 18 sessions Ages: 16 & older limit: 25 per class Instructor: Jeannie Springer ISSAQUAH VALLEY ELEMENTARY (Afternoons) Date: Tuesdays & Thursdays, April 12-June 9 Time: 5:30-6:30 p.m. Fee: $26.00 for 18 sessions Ages: 16 & older Place: Multi-purpose Room Limit: 40 per class Instructor: Ronna Newberry APOLLO ELEMENTARY (Afternoons) Date: Tuesdays & Thursdays, April 12-June 9 Time: 4:15-5:15 p.m. Fee: $26.00 for 18 sessions Ages: 16 & older Place: Gym Limit: 40 per class Instructor: Kathy Early Aerobics and other dance programs continue to be the favorites among Park Department classes. ADVANCE[) AEROBIC DANCERC !E Same as Aerobic Dancercise but this class is designed for participants who are in good physical condition and wish to work at a faster pace and with more strenuous motions. Participants must have completed two consecutive aerobic dance classes within the past three quarters or have the in- structor's consent. MAYWOOD JR. HIGH (Evenings) Date: Tuesdays & Thursdays, April 12-June 9 Time: 7-8:00 p.m. Fee: $26.00 for 18 sessions Location: Gyn Ages: 16 & older Limit: 50 per class Instructor: Linda Sandford ISSAQUAH JR. HIGH (Evenings) Date: Tuesdays & Thursdays April 12-June 14 (exclude 6/9) Time: 8:05-9:05 p.m. Fee: $26.00 for 18 sessions Ages: 16 & older Limit: 50 per class Instructor: Melinda Britt-DeWalt "1  ., ISSAQUAH T-Shirts Still available by Special order $7,o plus tax Allow 3 days for delivery. TIIE |ggAQUAH PRESS 45 Front Street S. Mon.-Fri. 9 to 5 THE NEIGHBORHOOD CHRISTIAN PRESCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN an outreach of Bellevue Neighborhood Church We Love Little People NOW REGISTERING FOR FALL PRESCHOOL -- AGES 2V-5 & KINDERGARTEN Christian principles '. Reading readiness" Cooking Social growth and development " Music and rhythm Math * Arts and crafts * Nature study Basic concepts Field trips * Gymnastics Memory verses Snacks 24312 S.E. Issaquar:-Fa// City Rd. ( 2Vz mi/es from downtown Issaquah) 392-3253 747-3445 392-9716 ISSAQUAH PARACHUTE CENTER Skydiving, Instruction Training every SaL & Sun. 8:30 a.m. Pndmiuai cmifil immKtJN kl,-md imd.m q.mt : 0mqml safq .Kml GrNI  4es:ent Sdt laMiq Cost for training and 1st jump: =60* "until March 31,1983 only. $120 beginning April 1, 1963. 392-2121 to music as we get fit with simplified exercise and dance movements designed to improve cardiovascular en- durance, muscle tone and coordination. All ability levels are welcome. No experience necessary. Date: Mondays & Wednesdays, April 11-May 25 Time: 4-4:45 p.m. Place: Issaquah Valley Elementary Gym Fee: $17.00 for 14 sessions Ages: 9-12 year aids Instructor: Marci Meyering CO-REC AEROBIC FITNESS CLASS This class offers a safe effective approach to cardiovascular fitness and overall body conditioning. The class format in- cludes muscle warm-up and stretching, aerobics, calis- thenics, resistance exercises for major muscle groups, and cool down stretching. Benefits of this class include cardio- vascular conditioning, increased muscle tone, strength and flexibility. The class is designed to be safe and beneficial and special attention will be given to the proper technique of each exercise. The progression of the class through the levels of difficulty will be dependent on the level of the students and overall class proficiency. The class is geared to both men and women, athletes and non-athletes. This is not a-n aerobic dance class. ISSAQUAH JR. HIGH Date: Tuesday & Thursday, April 12-June 14 (exclude 6/9) Time: 6:45-7:45 p.m. (choose one) 7:45-8:45 p.m. Fee: $26.00 for 18 sessions Location: Morgan Gym #3 Ages: 16 & older Limit: 25 per class Instructor: 6:45 class -- Sara Finklestein 7:45 class -- Anne McGill-Thompson