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Pa4e 4- The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, March 23, 1983 Ill Around town Churches i iiii Trinity presents 'Last Supper' Trinity Evangelical Chuch will once again present "The Living Last Supper," a live recreation of the Lord's last supper with His twelve disciples. This dramatization of the famous mural '"['he Last Supper" by Leonardo daVinci will be presented at lnterbay Covenant Church, 3233 15th Avenue West in Seattle (phone 283-9660) at 7:30 p.m. Thursday March 31, and again at Trinity Evangelical Church on Good Friday, April l at 7:30 p.m. Trinity is located in the community of High Point, three miles east of lssaquah. Phone 392-2546 for direc- tions. Communion will be served by the disciples. Everyone is most welcome to attend. Christian Center shows 'Flying Scotsman' The film, "The Flying Scotsman," will be shown Saturday, March 26 at 7 p.m., at Faith, Hope & Love Christian Center in lssaquah. The address is 5638 221st Pl. S.E. (l Y2 miles east of Holi- day Inn). Pastor Bjorn Bergmann and Director of Youth, David Anderson invite the public to come and see the film. Taking up where "Chariots of Fire" left off, "The Flying Scotsman" looks into Eric Liddell's commitment to mainland China where he went in 1925 as an educational missionary. Here, the faith and convic- tion that could cast away a chance at a gold medal would receive trials every bit as demanding. Foothills hosts spring revival The public is invited to a revival and renewal as Foot- hills Baptist Church hosts special services on March 27, 29 and 31. Darrel Williams, preacher and Martha Greer, folk singer, will help to lead ser- vices at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. March 27. Two other scrvices will be held on Tuesday the 29th and Thursday the 31st at 7 p.m. These two young / Darrell Williams adults are students at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in San Francisco where they are preparing for full time ministry. In addition to songs and message by Greet and Williams, there will be a revival choir and other special music and testi- monies. The services will be at the church located 1 Vz miles south of downtown Issaquah on the lssaquah-Hobart Road. Sammamish Hills dedicates building Sammamish Hills Lutheran Church will dedicate a new education multi-purpose building, Sun- day, March 27 at 3:00 p.m. The Rev. Clifford Lunde, Bishop of the North Pacific District of The American Lutheran Church, will bring the message. The new building was largely built with volunteer labor. Knute Soleim was the working superintendent in charge of construction. Many firms were cooperative in material prices. This is the second building being dedicated by this four- year-old congregation. It was organized in April, 1979, and moved to the present location at 228th S.E. and S.E. 8th in November, 1980. Clubs Garden Clubs The Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc., will host "Gala V," Thursday, March 31 at l0 a.m., at the Red Lion Inn, Bellevue. The cost is $7.50. Call Ruth Sieverts at 746- 4613 for ticket availability. Richard Jefferies, a well- known flower arranger from Cornwall, England will be on stage to present creative and inspiring designs. Following the Gala there will be a no-host luncheon and style show, also at the Red Lion Inn, at a cost of $9.75. Proceeds support the Garden Clubs Headquarters House in Seattle and other state federation projects. Rainbow Girls Upcoming events of the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls include a can-food-a-then, March 26. Donations are greatly ap- preciated and all canned food will be donated to the Issa- quah Food Bank. The girls are going door to door and your help is deeply needed! On April 2, there will be a car wash at the Sunset Chevron starting at l0 a.m. March 27 through April 2 is Rainbow Week. Eastern Star holds rummage sale A rummage sale for the Order of Eastern Star will be held March 26 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Issaquah Masonic Temple, 57 W. Sunset Way. Liberty Boosters The Liberty High Booster's Club will meet Wednesday, March 30 in the school library to examine the plans for phase two of the high school. Principal Bob White and school district operations director Larry Galloway will speak. The meeting is at 7:30 p.m. Issaquah Valley Rock Club The Issaquah Valley Rock Club will meet at 8 p.m. on Friday, March 25 at the Issa- quah Community Hall. The featured speaker will discuss "Minerals and Civilization". For more information call 392-6683. ( What's it all about...Jamie? Jackle Hoole as Georglana Littlefield and Troy Sauer as Jamie Thurber discuss the mysterious cure-all Jamle has just bought for the price of a dozen ice cream cones in Liberty High's production of "Jabberwock," continuing March 25 and 26 at 8 p.m. The play is based on the peculiar homellfe of humorist James Thurber and is rife with flighty aunts, a grand- father who slips in and out of reality and the puzzled Jamle, who just tries to muddle through. Who's news Campbell cited by Seiko R. Donald Campbell of 17005 Newport Way, a watchmaker for Ben Bridge Jewlers, has been awarded a certificate of achievement following completion of an intensive work bench course on analog and digital quartz watches conducted recently by Seiko Time Corporation. The practical and theoretical three-day work bench course covered the latest developments in the servicing and repair of Seiko quartz watches. DON'T BUY A MAJOR HOME APPLIANCE 'TIL YOU CHECK WITH KING AND BUNNYS . • • THE APPLIANCE PROS... 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S.E., will tour the Hawaiian Islands as a member of the Whitworth College Choir. The choir, traveling with • QUICK DEFROST cycle • In-Use Reprogram- ming • Two cook cycles • Hi-Level Cooking Rack • Ten cook powers • 1 3 cubic foot capacity • • Gas and Electric Models * Special Cool-Down Care helps prevent wrinkles in Permanent Press • 4 Drying Temps • 3 Drying Cycles • Full-Width WhirlpooI LARGE CAPACITY WASHER Q u al iw!Y eBU !!!=Su per0 Fea !u res twill garments (Whirlpool selected load) • MAGIC CLEAN" Self-Cleaning Lint Filter- Automatically flushes lint particles out of your washer • Double-Duty Super SURGILATOR" Agitator - Makes water "work harder' to get even big loads uniformly clean • A Cycle For Every Load - REGULAR/ HEAVY. PERMANENT PRESS, KNITS/ GENTLE & SOAK WASHER PRICES START FROM $299.00 EXTRA SAVINGS FOR PAIR PURCHASE Built-in Dishwasher Updght - with HITemp Freezer  Washing Option 15.9 cu. ft. Storage Capacity Quad A Art shows at IssaquahG0 The Quad A teen is having its ing show at the Gallery, 49 Front 10 through 30. dre Tucker and Val will award prizes i catagories. The association will! preview party at on Sunday, April more information 4247. Garnet comes to Nature's Gol • No-fingerprint Textured Steel Door * Durable Porcelain-on-Steel interior Liner • Attractive Gold Trimmed Shelves • Color Coordinated • 4 Automatic Cycles including Pots & Pans • Power Clean* Washing System • HiTemp Wash- ing Option • Exclusive In-The-Door Silverware 3 madrigal singers, dancers and a brass ensemble, will tour March 25 through April 4 with several performances scheduled on the island dur- ing Holy Week. Erhard prepares for pageant Miss Issaquah, Daniela Er- hard, has returned from Western Washington Univer- sity where she is a freshman honor student in industrial design. She will start preparation for the Miss Washington Scholarship Pageant. A Miss lssaquah Boosters meeting will be held March 25 at 7:30 p.m. at Eastside Realty. Getting married? If you plan to be married in the next few months, let Press readers know about it. Engagements and wedding forms are available at the Press during office hours, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Teachers needed for summer Spotlight program The Issaquah School District is recruiting teachers for its summer Spotlight Pro- gram. The program will con- sist of self sustaining classes designed entirely by the in- dividual teacher. All classes will be one, two, or three half-day sessions held from 9 a.m. to noon and will be of- fared between June 28 and August 4. People who have skills or knowledge in areas that would be of interest or use to students are encouraged to apply. Suggested areas in- WEDDING DRESS OF EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY FOR SALE Size 7-8 beautiful ivory peau-de- sole fabric with applied lace clude calligraphy, quilt- making, holiday crafts, watercolor, plant identifica- tion, dramatics, computer programming, astronomy, and film making. Teacher certification is not required. Applications for teaching a summer Spotlight class are available at all Issaquah Schools and the Administra- tion Building. They must be Nature's Gallery man Village is largest ever play of garnets through April 10. usually pictured as a l granate-red gemstone people know garnets every color except that the most highly varieties are To acq ers with Nature's Gallery showing loose stl mineral specimenS, jewelry. Junior auditions Auditions are beirlg for young people through 14 who The spring/sumZ seen will begin completed and returned by continue through April 11, to Betty Wilder, For more infor Curriculum Department, regarding fees, 22211 S.E. 72nd Street, Issa- times, etc., please quah, WA 98027. For further tar Libby Parker information call 392-0722. 0726. Spring Cleaning Sale! "FREE" COME HOME FOR EASTER Evenings. I of Reconcdiation ///1 M o n 72_. ,Jh- 7._7_:_;_0_gj!  St. Joseph e Catholic Church._ . 220 Mt. Park Blvd., SW., Iss Sacred Heart Catholic Chur’_   9460 N.E. 14th, Bellevue :  V St. Louise Catholic Church 141-156th S.E., Bellevue , r Wednesday, March 30th-- St. Madellne Sophie Catholic Church 4400-130th PI., SE., Bellevue COME HOME lies to 'reach out to We appeal tO all our fami relatives, frlertds, neighbors, etc. who have been • long time awaY from the Sacraments and nvlte them to join with ua at one of our Reconciliation Services. 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