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ADVANCED NOVICE OPEN COMBINATION CLASS: Open to all dogs who have successfully completed novice training. Emphasis will be on perfecting the dog's perform- ance, handling skills, off-leash work, retrieving, jumping, and other exercises for open class competition. Purebred and mixed-breed dogs welcome. Date: Mondays, April 11-June 13 (exclude May 3O) Time: 8-9:00 p.m. "CUSTOM ORDERS -- NO EXTRA CHARGE!" Place: Ages: Fee: Limit: Instructor: Requirements: "CUSTOMADE SHOES" BIKEFACTORY HUNDREDS NOWlN STOCK! Team T Shirts & Caps: BY A TEAM T.SHIRT & GET A CAP FOR Y2 PRICE!* *WITH THIS AD T-Shirts -- Reg. $5.99 Caps -- Reg. $4.59 Offer Expires Moy 1,1983 Crossroads Mall N.E. ith & 15bth N.E. In Bellevue 643-2377 Issaquah Valley Elementary Gym Same as for Novice Class $25.00 for 9 weeks 12 per class Carole Hapke Entrance and age requirements same as for novice. Bring dogs the first night. COL( : At4ALYSIS This class will cover tips on personal color analysis. A lec- ture/demonstration will include the different skin tones, coordinating colors in clothing and make-up to enhance your looks and make a difference in how people respond to your appearance. A demonstration featuring make-up tech- niques and also correct corresponding make-up shades will be featured. Discussion of clothing personality, wardrobe planning and tips on how to mix and match your wardrobe to get the most for your money. Come and see how the pro- per use of color can make you look and feel wonderful! Date: Monday, April 18 Time: 7-8:15 p.m. Place: Issaquah Jr. High Cafeteria Fee: $2.00 per person Instructor: Debora Moery Ivan Manley will introduce computers to students COMPUTER SEMINAR This seminar is directed to those persons who are consider- ing purchasing, or who recently purchased, a home or small business computer. The seminar will present a brief overview of how a computer works, what software and hardware are, and what some of the potential uses are for the computer. Both hardware and software examples will be displayed and discussed. The primary purpose of this class is to provide the opportunity to have questions raised, Park discussed and answered before an investment of time and money is made. and Date: Thurs., April 21 and Monday, April 25 Recreation Time: 7-9:30 p.m. Place: Issaquah Jr. High Room G-4 i nfo. Fee: $10.00 392-7131 Instructor: Ivan Manley Limit: 15 "THIS IS WHAT I USED TO CARRYAROUND WITH ME:' That was before I went to Diet Center." "1 went every day to see my Diet Center Counselor. She really knew what she was doing and gave me encouragement every step of the way. And the weekly seminars taught me how to cope with my changing environment. "They taught me what foods to buy at my grocery store and how to prepare them. You see, this program is based on sound nutrition.., using natural foods. There are no shots or drugs to take. I was really relieved about that. "1 stayed on the diet until I lost a full 62 pounds, and they showed me how to keep it off too. That was two years ago. "You can do it too!" Call today for a free, introductory consultation. 1106 12th N.W., Issaquah 392-9SS9 [' WHERE YOU CAN TAKE IT OFF t HD LEARN HOW TO KEEP IT OFF' mmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm : Spring Vacation Special! : l 4% HOURS of ROLLER SKATING [ .R WITH THIS COUPON i i PRICE: $2 ADMISSION [ Offer Good A rfl p" 2- , 983 o p.m. to5:30p.m. _m Except Tuesday, April 5 & Wednesday, April 6 Not good with other promotions or coupons : : kTng : : skate : 2301 140th Ave. N.E., Bellevue 641-2046 ._ mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Recreation Dept. and the Issaquah Tennis Club. Lessons tion. are taught by Issaquah Tennis Club professionals. Regis- Date: tration: You must pre-register with the Issaquah Tennis Time: Club only by mail or in person. Make checks payable to "lssaquah Tennis Club," 2115 N.W. Poplar Way, Issaquah, Place: WA 98027. Call Tennis Club, 392-7003 for further informa- Ages: tion. Fee: Aduits Group Classes: Cost: $5.00 per hour plus $1.00 non- Instructor: member fee Tuesdays, April 5-26 6-7:00 p.m. -- Adult Beginners 7-8:00 p.m. -- Adult Intermediates Thursday, April 7-28 6-7:00 p.m. -- Adult Intermediates Tuesdays, May 3-24 6-7:00 p.m. -- Adult Beginners 7-8:00 p.m. -- Adult Intermediates Thursday, May 5-26 6-7:00 p.m. -- Adult Intermediates Junior Group Lessons: Cost: $3.00 per hour plus $1.00 non- member fee Saturday, April 2-23 9-10:00 a.m. -- Junior Beginners 10-11:00 a.m. -- Junior Beginners 11-12:00 noon -- Junior Intermediates Saturday, May 7-28 %10:00 a.m. -- Junior Beginners " 11-12:00 noon -- Junior Advanced Beginner 12-1:00 p.m. -- Junior Beginners All classes are limited to 8 per class. All classes,must be pro-paid. All classes require white soled shoes -- no black soled running shoes. YOUTH FOOTBALL COACHES Volunteer coaches are needed for the Issaquah Lions Junior Football program which is co-sponsored by the Issaquah Parks Dept. and lssaquah Lions Club. This is a competitive recreation program in tackle football for boys 9-12 years old. If you are interested in coaching, please call Eric Han- son, Issaquah Parks & Recreation Dept., 392-7131. YOUTH TRACK This class will stress making running fun! Basic track fun- damentals will be covered. Dates: Thurs., April 21 - June 2 Place: Issaquah Valley Elementary Time: 4-5:00 pm Ages: Boys and girls 3-6 grade Fee: $10.00 for 7 sessions Instructor: Peter Koley and Connie Jones i NEWPORT HILLS PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTION GUITAR= BASS FIVE-STRING BANJO Instruction By DOUG VAN STEENBURGH Former U.W. Academic Associate City of Bellevue Class Instructor 12 years experience $8 per lesson CALL 747-7112 899 ""] In Bellevue's Sternco Center 14701 N.E. 20th 746-0414 Wednesdays, April 13-June 15 6:30-7:30 p.m. - Beginners 7:30-8:30 p.m. -- Intermediates Issaquah Jr. High Gym 8 years and older $20.00 for 10 weeks Elaine Williams YOUTH GYMNASTICS Class consists of work on tumbling, balance beams, uneven bars, vaulting, mini-tramps and rings. Date: Mondays, April 11-June 6 (exclude 5/30) Time: 6-7:00 p.m: -- Beginners & Adv. Begin- hers 7-9 years old 7:05-8:05 p.m. -- Beginners & Adv. Beginners 9-13 years old Place: Issaquah Senior High Upper Gym Ages: 7 years and older Fee: $16.00 for 8 weeks Limit: 30 students per class Instructor: Gene Jensen and members of IHS Gym- nastics Team Mon.-Fd. 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sat. & Sun. 6:30 a.m. - 8 p.m. Reservations Welcome Mount Si Golf Course Restaurant Now Open 7 Nights A Week For Dinner Weekday Lunch Specials Banquet Facilities Bar 888-2150 1 Issaquah Jr. Soccer Club ....... Sally Hanson, 392-0414 Women's Soccer ................. Gay Plath, 392-9827 Men's Soccer .............. Steve Mc Farland, 392-1656 Issaquah Little League: Larry G i I lard .............................. 392-7265 Pine Lake Baseball: Bill Wood .... . ........................ - .... 392-1052 5-Star Athletic Club -- Youth Sports -- baseball, softball, football, basketball Oscar Meyre ................... 255-1%9 or 255-7170 Issaquah Swimming Pool ..................... 392-1650 Issaquah Tennis Club ........................ 392-7003 Issaquah Sportsman's Club ................... 392-3311 Issaquah Alps Trails Club ............ Jen Micai, 747-1457 Larry Vinter, 746-5775 Issaquah Gilders ................... Jim Berry, 392-5255 Issaquah Community Special Olympics .............. Pat Lanning, 392-1475 i TINY TOT GYMNASTICS --builds confidence & self-awareness WHAT A GREAT IDEAl --develops balance & coordination --increases strength & flexibility --develops basic motor skills _ ALL OF THIS IN A CREATIVE AND FUN ATMOSPH ERE[ "Raise a child's level at self- confidence He wlll achleve. " NEW SESSION STARTS SOON Gymnastics East Ages 2 through adult Call 392-0326 nON'Jl00lk OPEN Holr00E WIN A 1982 HONDA URBAN EXPRESS MARCH 18 & 19 You're 0 winner when you come into our annual Open House. It's two days filled with world's most exciting motorcycles. The 1983 Ho- dos. Discover the look and feel of our radical new V-twins, high- performance V-fours and spectacular new in-line fours. And that's only the beginning. Just for coming in we'll 9iv you a free deck of Honda playing cards" that teature all the great '&3 Hondos. And youll get a chance to win o new 1982 Urban Express. e When even the deal of a lifetime con be yours during our Redline Super Sale. It's a chance to get selected Hon- dos at prices you may find impossible to pass up. So come into our onnuai Open House. With the new models, great prices and free prizes you can get, there's never been a hatter way to cover all your bets. --PLUS- , RED TAG SPECIALS ON ALL LEFTOVER 1982 MODELS! ISSAQUAli ii , ' llONDA WHERE WE NEVER COMPROMISE ON QUALITY! 1-90 E=st  Take Sammamish St. Park 1 1 81 Od  exit (No. 15)o. 1-90 T&III tl I O/I