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tain hazard scn oo, comes to Issaquah ,e Snow at the edge of a slab avalanche fracture gives students of a mountain Something to study as well as something to think about. Issaquah, the mecca for sailplane and parachute en- thusiasts, will become a cen- ter for mountaineering hazard studies April 29 through May 1. The Holiday Inn will host an intensive three-day seminar dealing with the dangers faced by mountain travelers. Jointly sponsored by Rainier Mountaineering In- corporated and the American Avalanche Institute of Jack- son Hole, Wyoming, the course costs $100 per person. It will include time for skiing, both downhill and cross country, at Snoqualmie Pass and open discussions with some of the leading moun- taineers in the Northwest and members of the AII faculty, experts in avalanche forecast- ing and control, mountain medicine and weather, out- door clothing and equip- ment. The course is designed for anyone who spends 'much time in the mountain environment, subject to the dangers of ice and snow and related phenomemon: avalanche, ice fall, and changing weather and ice- and-snow conditions. Parti- cipants will have access to Snoqualmie Pass for putting into practice on the slopes the concepts they learn through movies, slides, lectures and discussions during the formal sessions at the Holiday Inn. Headquartered at the foot ot the Teton Range in north- west Wyoming, the American Avalanche Insti- tute draws its faculty from the most experienced moun- taineers in the nation, the top people in dealing with moun- tain hazards. Enrollment is limited, and reservations may be made through Rainier Mountain- eering Inc., 201 St. Helens, Tacoma, WA 98402 (627- 6242). Jazz Ensemble runner up at competition On April 16, the Issaquah High Vocal Jazz Ensemble, along with 28 other jazz groups from the state of Washington, competed at the Green River Community College Vocal Jazz Festival. Once again, the Issaquah High ensemble,, directed by Bill Klein, was chosen to re- turn in the evening for the finals, this time against the Columbia River high school and the Lake Washington high school jazz ensembles. Christian accepting s udent applications Applications are available at the main campus office, 1601 98th Avenue NE, eight blocks north of Bellevue Square, or by phoning Bob- bie Mead, registrar, at 454- fered May 27 and 28, July 11, 12 and 14, and September 16 and 17. Registration for the workshop must be made with the registrar. BCS offers bus transporta- tion to Issaquah, at addition- al charge. The PTSA will use pro- ceeds from the show to help purchase computers for use by the student body. Tickets will be sold in advance and at the event. Auditions will be held starting Wednesday, April 20 from 3 to 5 p.m. , Christian School applications for the Year. inter- school, BCS of any race, national or ethnic offers a corn- from three- Preschool through el, taught from a school is Three Points The pro- and high have on the main In Clyde Hill since ply a pastor's reference, at- tend a parent workshop on the philosophical base of the school, and be interviewed along with their students by a BCS admissions committee. 4028. Parent workshops taught Prior to registering their by BCS co-founder Dr. AI- students, parents must sup- bert E. Greene Jr. will be of- Junior high plans talent show The Issaquah Junior High prise performances will be PTSA will sponsor a talent show Thursday, May 5 and Friday, May 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the gym. The show will feature some members of the faculty as well as students. Some sur- presented by students who at- tended the school recently, as well. as some who attended quite a number of years ago. Vocalists, dancers, come- dians and a variety of acts will be featured. The four judges chose Lake Washington for first place and Issaquah for runner-up. This Friday, the Issaquah High Vocal Jazz Ensemble will leave for Pasco to com- pete at the 1983 Jazz Unlimited Festival held at Columbia Basin College Last year Issaquah won frist place trophies at both con- tests. Locally, the Vocal Jazz Ensemble may be heard at the high school's annual Jazz Show along with the Issa- quah High Stage Band on May 7 at 7:30 p.m. On the following Monday, both groups will fly to Los Angeles to begin their annual Jazz Tour, performing at Disneyland and ending the tour in San Francisco. Couples: program A workshop designed to help couples better under- stand the needs and expecta- tions they each bring to the relationship is being offered by Eastside Community Mental Health Center. 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