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i i i :]iii:> I #  i, ii' HI ? ? : Behind every great contestant is a sponsor the title of Miss Issaquah 1984 met their sponsors during a fashion show the current Miss Issaquah, Daniela Erhard. From left are: Laurie Gray, und Baking with George Miller; Molly Jarvls, Miss Issaquah Tennis Club Erlca Sargeant, Miss Rainier Bank with Alicla Federlci; Pam Payseno, ons with Audrey Ellingsen; Lisa Temcov, Miss Rowley Agency with E.O. Marcel, Miss Diet Center with Dixie Nothwang; Jennifer Boyack, Miss with Rob KIIlian; Sharon Dean, Miss Powers Insurance with Donna Graves; Sara Frey, Miss Old National Bank with Ernie Smith; Shannon Doherty, Miss SeaFIrst Bank with Michael Olexsy and Cheryl Llndstrand, Miss Pacific First Federal Bank with Suzanne Heel. Not pictured is Samantha Steele, Miss McFarland Insurance. Photo by Rhoda Donkln. The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, June 15, 1983 - Page 7 South End May Valley'Maple Hills'Briarwood Roxaine Reynolds (255-5849) PTA officers elected New PTA officers and board members at Maple Hills Elementary are Carol Sinnett, president; Joleen Sullivan, vice president; Diane Bumstead, secretary; Sue Thickett, treasurer; Nan- cy and David Gillespie and Candi Scriven, Maple Hills representatives; Joy Van Brunt, Carol Voikel, Pat Stacy, and Shann Blake, High Valley representatives; Corliss Scott, Jerry Fricke, Mirrormont representatives; Susan Meekes, May Valley representative; and teachers Carol Barringer, James Cleland, Jeanie Smith and David Anderson representing the Maple Hills staff. Apollo PTA officers for the 1983-84 school year are Shirley Eubanks and Marcia Schneider, co presidents; Diane Smelcer, vice presi- dent; Marena Downs, secretary; Faythe Arthur, treasurer; Jim Keller and Sandy Frank, co-chairmen of the ways and means commit- tee; Heidi Lee, historian and publicity chairman; Marcia Kent, sunshine committee chairman; Carole Rhoades, membership chairman; Mary Anderson, health room coor- dinator; and Louise John- son, room mother coor- dinator. Young people from grade 1 through grade 6 are invited to take part in the 15 session lssaquah Parks Department summer playground sports and games program at Briar- wood School. Grades 1 and 2 may participate from 1 to 2 p.m. and grades 3 through 6 from 2 to 4 p.m. Playground leader Kathy Lang will be in charge of the activities. The program is planned for Mon- day and Wednesday each week beginning June 27 and continuing through August 17. Maywood PTSA 1983-84 slate of officers for PTSA are Nancy Gudmundson and Carole Rhoades, co- presidents, Ann Miles, vice president, Heidi Lee, secretary, and Gall Martin, treasurer. Special recognition has been given to Apollo Elemen- tary School student Stacy Frank who was chosen as Patrol of the Year. She serv- ed as captain of the school's student patrol during the past school year.- A class for the fearful A lecture and discussion on phobias, unrealistic and incapacitating fears, will be held at the Eastside Com- munity Mental Health Center on Wednesday, June 23 at 7 p.m. Dr. Maurice Lustgarten a psychiatrist at Eastside Community Mental Health Center will discuss the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of phobias. For further information about this or other classes call Eastside Community Mental Health Center at 455- 9156. Preregistration is re- quired. Lost? 1983 Issaquah maps now available at the Issaquah Press, 75 . 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