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Ben Harrison is Levi in Passion Play Among area residents with leading roles in the 20th an- nual production of the Fall City Passion Play are Ben Harrison, Dan Nash, and Frank Early. A Northwest tradition, the play provides a special Easter experience for Sunday School classes, youth, and fellowship groups. Per- formances are set March 25, April 1, 8 and 22 at 3 p.m. and April 7, 13, and 14 at 8 p.m. in the Fall City Gym. Group rates are available. Other tickets are $4 for adults, $3 for students and senior citizens, and $2 for children under 12 years. Tickets may be obtained by mail to Passion Play, Box 177, Fall City 98024, by phone to 222-7171, or in per- son at the Book Corral in Fall City. Harrison is playing Levi. A forester for Weyerhaueser Company, is is in his fifth year with the play. During that time he has had varying roles in the productions. "It really brings home to me the reality of the life of Jesus," he says. With Weyerhaueser for 12 years, Harrison became in- volved in theater productions through his company. Under a special program he visited the Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater site to assess timberland and &apos;advise on harvesting and reforesting. It was during his visits there that he learned about the Passion Play and eventually became involved. A native of lssaquah, Har- rison is a 1966 graduate of the University of Washington. Hash, who plays a pharisee, is employed by a nursing home chain in lssa- quah. A graduate of lssa- quah High School, he holds a. B.A. in accounting from the University of Washington. "I'm in this play because of the people," he says. In 1973 as a member of the Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater group, Nash was asked to read for the part of James in the Passion Play. He's been in the cast ever since. Although he considers theater his main hobby now, Hash hadn't been involved in it much prior to the Passion Play. "In the third grade 1 played a tree," he laughs. Last summer he played roles in several produdctions at the Snoquaimie ' Falls Forest Theater, including the lion in the "Wizard of Oz." Nash also participates in Crossroads Theater and serves on the drama task force of the Greater Seattle Church Council. Early, who plays Judas, has been in the play since 1965. During the years he has played several roles, in- cluding Caiaphas and Simon Peter. Early is employed in insurance sales. Other area residents ap- pearing in this production will be April Early, Michelle Landdeck, and Bob Dan- forth. len Harrison as Levi in the Fall City Passion Play. =,on, Arab cookery taught at library quah Library will pre- Culinary experts Heng-Mo free Homemaker's Yon and Dennis Coates will n entitled "Korean discuss a variety of recipes ,rab Cookery" April 6 from each culture .m. 10e cor00oN cot:t:oGe SPECIAL EASTER BUNNY ITEMS! Imported Rowntree Smartie Eggs Cadbury Cream Filled Eggs 'German Chocolate Novelties Variety of Panorama Sugar Eggs Hand Dipped Chocolate Easter Novelties uare 641-8630 Grand Opening 'The Window Works' CUSTOM DRAPERIES 3007o OFF KIRSH WOVEN WOODS 4007o OFF LEVELOR BLINDS & SHADES 3007o OFF WE SPECIALIZE IN HOME SERVICE For information and appointments call W00STERN S00OWS! Dance On Our 15' Dance Floor To The Music Of "SI/IIDAItCE" featuring Johnny Clark, Shelly Lynn, Tiny Bill THROUGHOUT THE MONTH OF APRIL THERE WILL BE PICKIN' & SINGING' TUESDAY NIGHTS 9:30 - 1:30 "?he 00arnstormers" featuring Dick Hell, Big Bill Garner, No,n Shaffer THROUGHOUT THE MONTH OF APRIL COUNTRY WESTERN BLUEGRASS JAZZ FRI & SAT, NIGHTS 9:30-1 "30 Issaqua'00 family making movies ,f in. riendly New Yor I,: Why would anyone want at Marble Collegiate Church to leave the Pacific Nor- in New York as Director/Ad- thwest to live somewhere else visor of the Marble Singles especially on the East ministry. Coast? One such family pulled up lssaquah stakes four years ago last month. Archie and Nancy Holeman moved to New York City where they settled into an apartment in the Greenwich Village section of Manhattan -- a far cry from their hillside home in lssaquah. They say it sounds crazy but that there is a friendly at- titude among the shopkeepers and residents of the Village that is similar to that of Issaquah. While residents here, Nancy worked in the Issaquah School District for fourteen years, most of that time for Dick Williams, principal of the lssaquah Valley School. In New York she worked for 18 months with the Wall Street firm of Price Waterhouse. Since September 1977, Nancy has been on the professional staff of Dr. Norman Vincent Peal CURL CO. SALON 485 Front St. N., Issaquah 392-5559 Sr. Citizens Set or Cut $4.75 Perms from $12.00 Latest in cuts, styling & perms at an affordable price. Discounted Child Cuts. r( Catering Service! t.irbd]rn This is a fellowship of singles between 21 and 35 years of age and is one of the larger such ministries in the United States. Both Keith and Kristin are products of all 12 grades of the Issaquah school system. Keith graduated from lssaquah High School in 1973 and Kristin in 1974. Last year Keith graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in Japanese language/history and in cinema. This year he is a sound department teaching assis- tant in the cinema school graduate program. Recently the spring 1978 team produc- ed the movie "Hot Line" on which he Was cameraman. It won the grand prize in both the Chicago and Miami film festivals. Kristin now lives in the Gramercy Park section of New York City. She is teaching and coaching gym- ditatrssrn Lake Hills Shopping Center 523 156th S.E,-- Bellevue 746-7810 BLACK STALLION RESTAURANT Take Exit 11 Off 1-90, Near Bellevue Community College  Eastgate, , 746-2555 " / \\; The Holeman's, from left, Nancy, Archle, Krlstin and Keith nastics in the national head- quarters of the yWCA and at the Walden School, a private school near Columbia University. At the YWCA, she has organized a team of women in their 20's and early 30's, some of whom are experienc- ing their first exposure to sports participation. This is a relatively new Y' activities approach with some limited competitive events scheduled this year. Archie is the Northeast Regional Director of Sales for Western International Hotels. Coping with stress The Women's Center of Bellevue Community College announced its Spring Lecture Discussion Series, "Mind and Body," to.be held on Tuesdays, April 10 to May 15, 12:30-2:30 p.m. in room BI04 at the college. Admission is $1 at the door. Child care is available with advance arrangement. GRAN RE.OPENING SATURDAY! APRIL 7th 9 a.m..5 p.m. GIFTS BOOKS BIBLES CARDS STATIONERY Newly Remodeled & Twice the Size/ Located at SAMBICA 746-9110 1 mile north of 1-90, Exit 13 topic of BCC lectures The opening session April son is a physician and author 10, will feature Dr. Robert of the book "Stress Power: A. Anderson discussing How to Turn Tension Into "Coping with Stress:Sources Energy." and Resources." Dr. Andr- ARE YOU PAYING FOR "HIGH RISK" MURPHY'S INSURANCE ? Face it. Some busi- nessmen don't run neat shops. SAFECO figures responsible business owners shouldn't have to pay for the carelessness of others. So if you run a tight shop, see us abou SAFECO. And save. Chuck Powers POWERS INSURANCE INCORPORATED 70 East Sunset way I ssaquah, WA 392-5383 i i i|ll NO ONE PAYS YOU MORE (Minimum DepOsit) (If Held 26, Weeks) 9,437% Simple Interest Rate currently effective MOR E BRANCHES IN WESTERN WASHINGTON THAN ANY OTHER SAVINGS AND LOAN I The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, April 4, 1979 - Page 9 i Spring Specials/ SALE! Select Group of Sandals & Tennis Shoes Just Right for Spring & Summer Wear. TENNIS SHOES KEDS-SKIDS-SPECS Excellent sizes in patterns shown, also many other styles in broken sizes, A few infants sizes at 6.88. Reg. 11.99-23.99 =8"- $10"- =12" SANDALS Available in white & tan. All sizes from infants 6 size 3. A few other styles also available in broken sizes. Reg. 9.99-16.99 NOW $7 88 Children's World,. 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