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lit Pue 6 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, May 11, 1983 Register now for Spotlight classes Registration is now open landscaping, self-improve- on Saturday, May 14, from for the Issaquah School ment, and computers. A 10 a.m. to noon at Sunset District's 1983 Summer Spot- gymnastics workshop and a Elementary School or turn in light classes. Most of the string musical program are your registration forms at classes range in length from also being offered, any Issaquah school office or one to three half-day sessions The purpose of the pro- the Administration Building. and will be held at lssaquah gram is to provide summer Valley Elementary School. enrichment classes that will The initial registration fit into busy summer deadline is June 3, 1983. There is something for schedules. After that date, only the everyone -- preschool Brochures are available at classes that have met their through adult -- in areas all school offices. Registra- rninimum enrollmentnumber such as art, music, science, tion is on a first-come basis, will be held open. For further cooking, foreign languages, You may register in person information call 392-0722. IHS students travel to the other Washington Four Issaquah High stu- dents left for Washington, D.C. last Sunday for a week- long look at the inner work- ings of government. Janet Sherbeck, Ann Nel- son, Monica Silva and War- ren Rice took the trip as part of the Close-Up Program, which draws students to the nation's capitol from all over the country. The students are traveling with Morten Rom- stad, chairman of the Social Studies Department at the high school. The Issaquah Flag Group contributed $800 to help the students defray the expenses of the trip. The Close-Up Program pays only for the teacher and part of the ex- penses for one student. Pine Lake tour tickets available The first Pine Lake Home and Garden Tour will feature six residences for public viewing on Friday, June 10. Three waterfront homes (one each on Sammamish, Beaver and Pine Lakes), a 1917 restored "doll house," a colonial home with equestrian facilities, and an Oriental garden with tea house will make up the tour. Homes will be open I0 a.m. to 4 p.m. to ticket holders.  Tickets are $6 each. Included in the tour homes, are the residences of Vicki and Warren Beres, Su- san and Michael Bell, Patricia and John Swerda, Diane and Donald Dong, and Sue and Dan Boeschen. The homes were selected for di- versity, special features and beauty. The tour participants will drive themselves from home to home. Tourists will be ask- ed to remove their shoes be- fore entering each home. A light luncheon will be offered at the Bell home for $2. Programs and tickets for the event will be available on tour day at Pine Lake Com- munity Club, while they last. Advance tickets may be pur- chased at the Issaquah Press, 45 Front Street South. Only 500 tickets will be sold. The home tour is spon- sored by the Pine Lake Com- munity Club and the lssa- quah Press. The Dong "dollhouse" on 214th will be one of six homes to be toured In June. $ IN SH PRIZES DOUBLE CASH BINGO WINNERS: \\; THERESA JOHNSON Seattle -- $I000.00 JOHN MIKLOSH Leavenworth -- $50.00 JACK FINK Tacoma -- $25.00 HARVEY KANITZ Seattle -- $25.00 MARJORIE MARTIN Sumner $25.00 WILLIAM KEEN Tacoma -- $25.00 ROBERT BURWELL Puyallup -- $200.00 i 52 WAYS TO WIN Play 4 games at the same time! WIN $1000, $100, s25, s5, s2! WIN Up to s2,0OO in Cash slooo FILL 4 CORNERS of any card and WIN DOUBLE! No purchase necessary- get 4 FREE BINGO DISCS on EACH STORE VISIT! (Adults only) HOUSANDS OF INSTANT WINNERS! .71 If your Bingo disc shows you . have won $2, trade it 7 in at the service counter for instant cash! 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Get your free Bingo discs at the checkout lane or service desk each time you come into the store. The more discs you get, the better your chances to win! ODDS CHART Odds stated are good for thirty days after promotion begins. Odds will be revised weekly thereafter to indicate prizes still available and will be posted in partiopating stores. Odds Effective May 1, 1983. Number Odds for Odds for Odds for Prize of 26 Store 13 Store 1 Store Value Prizes Visits Visits Visit $2000 __. 54 19,125tol 38_250to! 497,250to 1 1_000 ..... 108-_--19,563 to1 .19_12_5 to) 1 248 625 to 1 ._200 ....... 525 . 1 967-t-l-.--,3.,9-34to !_ 5!,146 to 1 100 ....... 1,05_0 ....... 984 to ! 1,967to 1 25,573 to! 50 1,670 618 to 1 1,237 to 1 16,079to_1 25 3,340 ....... 3.09 to 1 618 to 1 8__,039.!ol 10 4,370 236to 1 .__ 4__73Io 1 6,145t0._1 ......... 5 ..... _8,740____1!8tol 236 tO 1 3,072 to 1 2 159,800 6 to 1 13 to 1 168 to 1 Total 179,657 6 to 1 11 to 1 149 to 1 Mother-daughter health (:lass The Bellevue branch of Planned Parenthood of Seattle-King County will of- fer a class on young women's health issues for mothers and their daughters ages 10-13 on Tuesday, May 17, from 7 to 9 p.m. The program will be held at the Planned Parenthood Bellevue clinic at Crossroads, 1420 156th Ave. N.E. "Planned Parenthood is responding to many requests from parents for help in educating their own children about sexual health," said Lee Minto, Executive Direc- tor of Planned Parenthood of Seattle-King County. "We're offering classes to help parents of children gain OPTOMETRY Contact Lenses Family Vision Care Walter V. Cassidy, O.D. Member America n Optometric A ssocia tion 1505 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 392-8756 Tole Painting Summer Class Wednesdays, 7 to 10 p.m. $30 for six sessions: ., June 22 & 29, July 20 & 27, Aug. 10& 17 Pre-registration required. New Shipment of Cross-Stitch Supplies SAVE! in every department Now! Red tags 50% off/Blue tags 30% off. All Long-stem Silk Flowers 30% off (00raft 19-1at Place N.W. Oowntown laaaquah current accurate t and learn to more easily abOUt cerns." Class leaders Bielka, eduC Schaeffer, nurse, and Susan women's health, practitioner. discuss about and breast exams infections. Interested daughters maY calling Planned Bellevue, 747-1 15. 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