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Page I0 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, May 3, 1989 Area residents give $3,700 to Warm Neighbor Fund Residents of Issaquah re- by contributing $3,700 to already been collected from Gift checks should be membered the less fortunate Washington Natural Gas' all Washington Natural Gas made payable to the Salva- in the community last winter Warm Neighbor Fund. customers eclipsing the old don Army Warm Neighbor and helped keep them warm A total of $167,000 has record by $4,000. Fund. HUR00H FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 288th Way S.E. at S.E. 98th Place. Issaquah 10:30 Sunday Service 10:30 Sunday School 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Testimony Meeting PUBLIC READING ROOM: 1250 N.W. Mall. M-Sat 10-1 EASTGATE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH United Church of Christ ( "That they may all be one 15401SE Newport Way, Bellevue 746-2411 Church School & Worship Service 8:30 & 10:30 a.m Dr John C. Randlett. Minister 643-6665 Celebration & Worship at 10:30 a.m. Meeting at Margaret Mead Elementary, 1725 216th Ave. N.E.. Redmond. Dwight Englund. Pastor Church Office 869-2766 FAITH COMMUNITY CHURCH "It New Church With A Vision" WORSHIP CELEBRATION with Nursery and Children's Church At Issaquah High School I0:00 a.m. Pastor Ingolf Kronstad, 747-2947 SAINT MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS  EPISCOPAL CHURCH sE0,=ss=Avo.sE Sunday Service ............................. 8.00 eLm. & 10:30 eLm. Sunday School .................................................. 10:30 eLm. Thorn, Holy Eucharist & Unction ......................... 10:00 a.m. Nursery Care Provided FR. JIM TOLBERT, RECTOR 392-3215 COVENANT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday School ........................................... 9:40 a.m. Worship ............... Nre;y'Prt;idJ ............ 11:00 a.m. 22116 S.E. 51st. Place. North of Henry Bacon Craig Vick, Pastor ................................................ 392-5532 l New congregation on the plateau-join ust SUNDAY WORSHIP 10:45 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 Lm. SHEPHERD Meeting at Lutheran Bible Institute. Providence Heights of the HILLS J.Hlede,.ato, 2-, EASTRIDGE CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY Sunday 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m. Age-Graded Child Care Provided, All Services Pastor Jon Oletzke - 392-3253 24326 S.E. Issaquah - Fall City Rd., Issaquah, Washington 98027 LITTLE MIRACLES PRE-SCHOOL - 391-6641 ISSAQUAH CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE "'Our Church Can Be Your Home" Sunday Worship Service 9:30 a.m. & 6 p.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Wed. Children's & Youth Programs 7 p.m. Richard L Hudson, Pastor 10120 Issaquah-Hobart Road S.E. 392-3138 ON THE PLATEAU-BETWEEN ISSAQUAH & REDMOND 22522 N.E. Inglewood Hill Rd. amamish Come Visit Usl '[erian 8:00 a.m. Worship 9:30 a.m. Worship & Education Hour 11:00 a.m. Worship Rev. Tyler Easley, Pastor Nursery and Child Care 746-5486, 868-5186 The Baha'i Faith "The earth is but one country and mankind its citizens." Baha'u'llah Monthly Informal Discussion 392-7858 392-3916 COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Church School 9:30 a.m. Family Worship 11:00 a.m. NurSery Care Provided 205 Mt.Park Blvd. 8.W. Dr. Eric C. Holmslrom. Pastor 392-6447 AmeriCan Baptist Churches. U.S.A. TRINITY EVANGELICAL CHURCH 26729 S.E. 76th PL., High Point A Christ-Centered Fellowship (Independent, Non-denominational) Sunday a.m. services: 8:30 & 11:00; Bible Classes-9:45 A Nursery is provided at all services Wednesday 7 p.m. Adult Bible Study/Youth Group/Awana Preaching: Ken O'Dell (206) 392-2546 I NEWPORT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH A Congregation of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. ---"' .'1010 120th SE Bellevue 746-6111 d I I I i (west of 1-405 at Coal Creek Pkwy exit 10) tUJ "j Divine Worship 9:00 & 10130 a.m. 3hrlstlan Education (all sges) 9:00 a.m.Nursery Care 6:30 p.m. Sr. High Fellowship--Wed. 5:30 p.m. Mid. Sch. Fellowship Listening SystemHandicapped Accessible PastorsDenmsa Hughes PhD &Gr MDw Extending Hope -- Centered in Christ .4k  SUNDAY SCHOOL &   ADULT EDUCATION 9:30 a.m. lvkv'  v WORSHIPNursery10:45 a.m.Provided lssaq uah Christian Church I I ll 0300 ssaquah-HobarlAoad * 392-5848 1 .......... Evenincl Worship 6'30 p m PINE E Come visit us at UiDle bcnool 9:b a.m. Youth (3rou " ' p, u1;ewbui/dingsE Worship 10'30 a m p 630 p.m ,J 228th Ave . . PREACH;NG MINISTER KEITH BOLL ,,, ,,','o ,, ,,';, "n ,," It DONALD T. ROBINSON, Pastor 20ANACK ,, , F Q ,{a,:o.,,,tc, .,, 392 8636 name but Christ FOOTHILLS Serving the Sammamish Plateau BAPTIST CHURCH Mass Schedule: Saturday 5 p.m. Sunday 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. Mass Location: Lutheran Bible Institute Providence Heights, Issaquah Office Location: 1 121 228th Ave, SE 391-1178 or 868-8251 Rev. Stephen J. Szeman I THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST oF LATTER-DAY SAINTS (THE MORMONS) 1100 6th Southeast --Visitors Welcome-- ISSAQUAH 1st WARD Sunday services begin at 12:30 p.m. Leon Gale, Bishop 392-7937 ISSAQUAH 2nd WARD SAMMAMISH HILLS LUTHERAN CHURCH 22818 SE 8th on the Plateau Worship 8:15, 9:30 & 10:45 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Pastor Richard Nieman Judith Kleweno, Padsh Associate Read Church News Each Week In The Issaquah Press WORSHIP 9:30 A.M. Meeting at La Petite Academy Dr. Charles D. Anderson, Pastor Sunday School 9.45 a.m. Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m. 10120 Iss-Hobart Rd. 392-5925 "Presenting Christ to Issaquah" FAMILY BIBLE STUDY 9:30 FAMILY WORSHIP 10:30 1495 N.W. Gilman Blvd., #1 (Next to McDonald's) Sunday services begin at g.00 eLm 410 228th Ave. N.E., Redmond OFHCE 392-7799 Pastor Bob Myers 392-8821 1505 N.W. Gilman Blvd., #1 Gerald E Cudney, Pastor NIB ][,e 391-1817 or 391-0703 CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP  ':K Ikll L utchurchh e ro n I Worship Services "" I 8:15, 9:45& 11:15 a.m. 745 Front Street South Issoquah, Washington "FULL GOSPEL" / 6:00 p.m. sua school, a, aQes ................... 9 Sums.., & 5th Ave,. N.E. Preschool Mon-Fri oges 3-5 ..: .................. 9:30AM I Nursery & Childcare Paul R. Wuest, Pastor Sunday Karen L. Hanson, Pastor Wed. Eve Service ..... 7:00 PM I Provided Arnold F. Anderson, Pastor Pastor Richard McIlvaine meeting at 392-8107 I Seventh Day Advehtist Buildin 8 3924169 425 Sunset Way, Issaquah 160 NW Grnan Blvd. JESUS LOVES YOU! Office Phone 391-9579 Faith. Hope &Love "A World Vision With A Local Concern" NOW MEETING AT ISSAQUAH MIDDLE SCHOOL (off Front St. mad Clark by Issaquah Pool) BJORN BERGMANN, Pastor Sunday 10 a.m. Church Office: 392-8188 ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH Masses: M-F 9:00 a.m., Sat. 5:30 p.m. Sunday 8:00.9:30 & 11:15 a.m. 220 Mr. Park Blvd. S.W. P.O. Box 200, Issaquah, WA 98027 Pastor Father Robert Russell 392-5516 Bridge fountains his latest Parks .-,= 00clerson sculptures adorn medical center, Evergreen Point by Helene Wentink Parks Anderson is a busy artist these days. Right now he is putting the finishing touches on the newly-reno- vated fountains which flank the Seattle side of the Ever- green Point floating bridge. Anderson, an Issaquah res- ident, designed the kinetic sculptures atop the fountains, which will be dedicated on May 5. What can bridge com- muters expect to see from the fountains that have been out of commission since the early 1970s? The fountains used to be 90 foot geysers and now they are maybe 10 feet high, he said. "They'll be more like boiling water than just a fire nozzle." Anderson describes his moving sculpture with tech- nical detail. Mirror-imaged columns on the north and the south side will have rotors that move in the wind, he said. "It is sort of a portal be- tween the eastside and the west,side," he explained. Anderson, who has put all his energies into this project for the last five months, has been creating and exhibiting his work for 15 years. One of his kinetic sculptures graces the lobby of the new Is- saquah Medical Center. The top portion of the sculpture, which is on the roof of the building, Iacks in the wind like a weather vane, turning and twisting each of the five gilded rings that cas- cade inside the atrium. The sculpture was donated by Bob Catterall, who owns the property the building is on and who also has a strong interest in Anderson's work. "The difference between Parks ahd most people I know is that he does what he wants to do for the sheer sense of creation," Catterall said. Anderson didn't follow a direct path to his work in the arts. He was originally a premed student, with an un- dergraduate degree in micro- biology from the University of Washington. He was studying bacterial and plant DNA when he realized he needed a change in his life. "I was a premed student and I was miserable. I started sculpting. "I started building a port- folio. I showed in some local shows and did very well," Anderson said. After some negotiation, he was admitted to the graduate school based on his work, despite the fact he didn't have an under- graduate degree in art. His work is now shown in galleries up and down the west coast and he is a former director of the King County Arts Commission. Anderson explains his artistic talent as an addiction of sorts. "It is a compulsive act, and it is something you fail at most of the time. Most artists are apt to deal with rejection." Parks Anderson's kinetic sculpture hangs gracefully in the Issaquah Medical Center's atrium lobby. Photo by Helene Wentink. Currently, he is see if another "very project will be finalized. Anderson is grateful tc patrons of the arts their support any type of artistic "It is an enormous vestment they're it is essentially for lie," Anderson Catterall as well as Gurvich, who is the Evergreen Point fountain renovation. Meanwhile, hurrying about, working der the May 5 deadline fa fountain sculptures. compulsion towards ity leaves little time for thing else. " "I don't have hate hobbies. But I people who have them envy them," he said. Catterall knows how time Anderson devotes t0 arts. "He is constan creative activity. I respect for him as a being and in every aspen his life." Preschoq test May 12 The Issaquah School  trict conducts free preschoolers who may special help in the hearing, vision, language, behavior or development. If there concerns, parents may Beth Merry or Karen at 255-7800 for an ment. Testing is conducted Apollo on Friday September throu addition to these there will be a full-daY sion held on May Apt.lit. 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