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May 4, 1983

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Pqe 8 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, May 4, 1983 Cedar Hills protest Issaquah and Maple Valley residents waved protest slgns at approaching gar- bage trucks near the en- trance to the Cedar Hllls Landfill last Saturday. The protest was timed to coin- clde with discussion by the King County Council this week regarding the accept- ance of Snohomish County garbage at the Issaquah dump. The No Dump Com- mittee and area residents are opposed to more gar- bage due to alleged in- creased traffic, offensive smells and environmental pollution. / 52 WAYS TO WIN Play 4 games at the same time! WIN $1OO0,'1OO, *25, s5 *2! J Issaquan Valley celebrates a day of he arts Issaquah Valley Elemen- tary will celebrate its second Festival of Arts May 13. This all-day, all-school explor- ation of literary, performing and visual arts will be high- lighted by the Seattle Mime Theatre in their production of "Jack and the Bean- stalk," a helium balloon lift- off, and a brown bag concert by the Issaquah Junior High stage band in the morning. After lunch, students will attend classes offering calligraphy, landscape paint- ing, copper rubbings, creative dramatics, poetry, story writing, improvisation, petrographics and many other forms of art. These ses- sions will be taught by vol- WIN Up to s2,000 in Cash FILL 4 CORNERS of any card and WIN DOUBLE! Shopping with us really pays offmand now it could really pay off big! Double Cash Bingo is fun, exciting--and there are.thousands of cash prizes just waiting to be awarded. So get your free Bingo card and Bingo discs today when you shop. 'Easy to play--just match the number on your Bingo disc to the $2 000! $200! number onyourdie-cutcardandslipitintothecorrectposition. 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This promotion is scheduled to end on July 30, 1983. Double Cash Bingo will officially end when all game tickets are distributed. unteers from the community Cerar, Pat Weber, Melody Glandon have beet and theschool district. Kvan, Gloria DeGatano, Bill the festival since Participating will be: Pierce, Ellen Reichman, David Edfeldt's Jasper Tomkins, Dana Valerie DeGier, Michael High computer Pierce, Karen Newbill, Van-Slyck Babayco, Cheryl students have a Monita Horn, Rob Fletcher, Porter, Kathy Hendricks, the committee by Lois Summers, Laura Sisti, Janette Dowd, and Issaquah the afternoon Ken Dowd, A1 and Judy High computer science IssaquahValle, McNea, Chev Kneisley, students. The balloon Carole Carder, Carla and made possible by Dick Cross, Katie Verna, Jan A committee composed of from Thinker Horrigan, Susan Reinhard- parents, and Issaquah Valley and Edith Tully, sen, Jennifer Woods, Jean teachers and principal Fred and GaryMorris. Welcoming May May Pole dancers from the Dance Conservatory performed the traditional crowds at Gilman Village for the May Day Happy Children Festival. Live musl0, cartoon characters, clowns, hundreds of balloons, an auction, magician and the stage for the afternoon benefit. Over $1,200 was raised for the Committee a non-profit group for the prevention of sexual abuse. The event was Gilman Village Merchants Association. Tickets on sale for grad party Tickets for the Issaquah High graduation party, to be held June 15, will go on sale at the school May l0 and continue every Tuesday and Thursday through June I0, during A and B lunches in the SAC. A signed consent form is required to purchase a ticket. These will be available May 5 and 6 during lunch in the SAC. Tickets are $20, which in-  cludes transportation from f Hec Edmundson Pavilion and returning the students to the high school by 6:30 a.m. A committee of parents DAY' has been planning the grad night party all year. BCC opens summer camp The Student Child Care Center at Bellevue Com- munity College has an- nounced new plans for sum- mer quarter with the forma- tion of "Summer Fun and Day Camp at BCC." The program will run for seven weeks, June 20 to August 4, 7:15 a.m. to 2p.m. Children ages two and a half through nine will be ac- cepted for enrollment to the program which includes ac, tivities for all age groups. The community is invited to call Maureen White, direc- tor of the program, at 641- 0 corresponding with summer 2240. A child's space must be term at BCC. Hours are reserved by May 20. Family pi l II Monday through Thursday, rates are available. P U tl psid East A new look for spring... PERM s30 Reg. $50.00 Offer expb'es 5/31/83 40 N.W. Alder PI Issaquah, WA 392-2515 COL QUEENA And Auction Voluntary By Owners MERRITT LIGHTING & SOLAR ENERGY EQUIPMENT 550 N. W. LOCUST ISSAQUAH, WA a (206) 392-1918 THURSDAY, MAY 5 PREVIEW: THURSDAY 11:00 A. M. SHARP 9 A. M. 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