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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, August 10, 1983 Around town 00irths Christopher Jones Lauren Ann and David Jones of 21417 S.E. 20th Street are the parents of their second child, Christopher , an, born July 30 at Over- ,k˘ Hospital. He weighed seven pounds, six ounces. He ioin+ '4s brother Taylor Lor, H ndparents are Wini- freC :s of Renton, Betty R+ of Bellevue and Ja, ,obinson of Mercer Island. Andrew Chekerylla Blanca and James Chekerylla of 26225 S.E. 158th are the parents of their first child, Andrew James, born July 27 at Eastside Group Health. He weighed eight pounds, four and a half ounces. His grandparents are An- drew and Mary Chekeryila of Allen Park, Mich. and Rafael and Blanca Castillo of Panama, Central America. Justin Van Nuys Fred and Cindy Van Nuys are the parents of their first child, Justin John, born July 21 at Overlake Hospital. He weighed 9 pounds, 13 ounces. His grandparents are Don and Carol Chambers of Port- land, and Eddie and Esther Van Nuys of Portland. A greatgrandmother, Katie Sour, also lives in Portland. Kyleen MacGugan Douglas C. MacGugan and Debbie Fraser- MacGugan are the parents of their first child, Kyleen Breanna, born July 26, at Overlake Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces. Her grandparents are Jack and Pat Fraser of Redmond, and lan and Rita MacGugan of Trenton, Mich. ul Churches Baha'i Community sponsors talks The Issaquah Baha'i Com- munity sponsored a special series of Firesides during the month of July, presented by Phil Lucas to 40 members and friends of the Baha'i Faith from the Puget Sound area at the home of Sara and Alan Lewis. Lucas, a member of the ls- saquah Baha'i Community and award-winning film pro- ' ducer, is widely known and respected as a speaker throughout Native American and Baha'i communities of the U.S. and Canada for his penetrating insight and spe- cial sensitivity to the human condition. He spoke on Native American Beliefs and Perspectives of the Baha'i Faith. A number of future Fire- side series featuring a variety of well-known Baha'i speak- ers are planned by the Issa- quah Baha'i Community be- ginning in September. llOll•lleuell•ll• lie• Olg•eQeDBeBoBeieleBo leleme i II • [ PRO-CHEM [ II I • II N f'J | - II II • • • t Davey and Splinter The Issaquah Church of the Nazarene is sponsoring a week with Lt. Davey and Splinter August 15 to 19 at Memorial Field from 1:30-3 p.m. All children grades 1-6 are invited to come. There will be games, songs, story time with Lt. Davey and Splinter and refreshments served. For more details, contact Jacque Hildreth at 392-6045. Iran hostage speaks at Sammamish Hills Kathryn Koob, former hostage in lran, will be the pulpit guest at Sammamish Hills Lutheran Church, Sun- day, August 14. She will share her message of faith at T--- i i both the 8:30 and 10 a.m. worship services. Her parents, Harold and Elsie Koob of Jesup, lowa, will ac- company her at worship. Koob is a delegate at the World Council of Churches Assembly in Vancouver, B. C. She is among six delegates L Pets in Style Evelyn Coffing's ", GROOMING & BATHING with T.L.C. • All Breeds Dogs & Cats • Personalized Service representing The American Lutheran Church. In Sep- tember, she will take up a new assignment for the State Department in Vienna, Austria. She will also be featured next Saturday, August 11, at the Lutheran Evangelism Festival being held at Pacific Lutheran Uni- versity in Tacoma. She is the author of the book, "Guest of the Revolu- tion." This book will be available for purchase at Sammamish Hills Lutheran Church. The church is located on the plateau be- tween Issaquah. and Red- mond at the corner of 228th S.E. and S.E. 8th. Ill I Clubs Christian Women The Christian Women's Club will present a back-to- school fashion show and brunch at 9:15 a.m. August 11 at the Issaquah Holiday Inn. The guest speaker will be Pairlee Audett. Cost of the event is $6.25. Reservations are required and a free nur- sery will be provided. Call Georgelyn Blake, 392-0229 or Betty Payne, 641-9273. Valley Seniors The Issaquah Valley Seniors have rescheduled their Northwest Trek trip to August II. Departure will be at9a.m. August 12 is a grocery shopping day. Reservations must be in An agency representative for the Volunteer Chore Ministry will speak at 11:30 a.m. August 16. A shopping trip in Bellevue will leave at 10 a.m. August 17. It costs $1 for the van, and will stop at Crossroads, Fred Meyer, Sears and Pay 'N Save. Sidekicks 4-H The Pine Lake Sidekicks 4- H Club will send several of its members to the state fair in Puyallup next month. Jeannie Pearson, Molly Bohannon, Julie Anderson and Abbi Everest will host demonstrations. Bohannon and Pearson will also ride hunt seat in Puyallup along with Robin Forsberg. Ten members of the club took their horses to the King County fair. Winning blue ribbons were Maren Nelson, Jennie Meyer, Jay Bakken, Heather Roughgarden, Stephanie Armesto, Karen Bakken and Abbi Everest. The Sidekicks have been together for two years, an offshoot of the lssaquah Kickapoos. The group's community service project this year was a Christmas food drive. Last year mem- bers and their families re- placed a bridge and reopened the horse trails between Black Nugget and High Point. Writer's Workshop The Issaquah Writer's Workshop will meet Thurs- day, August 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the library. The group dis- and paid by August 15 for cusses poetry, magazine arti- Grandparents' Day at En- cles, novels and other works chanted Village, scheduled writers hope to sell. for August 25. The $5 entry includes unlimited access and Hawaiian /__ a chicken dinner. It is a joint clay venture, involving senior centers throughout King at Issaquah Villa County. jl., Holly Birdsall married by I ler father Holly Birdsall, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Richard Bird- sail of North Bend, was mar- ried May 7 to Mike Fellows of McMinnville, Ore. The af- ternoon ceremony took place at the Community Baptist Church in Issaquah and was officiated by the bride's father. The maid of honor was Tracy Tolley and Cindi Lan- pi was matron of honor. Bridesmaids included Lisa Birdsali and Beck Hansen, the bride's sisters, and Valerie Pigg. The best man was Kevin Purneil; ushers included Steven Birdsall, the bride's brother, Matt Fellows, the groom's brother, Yuen Chan and John Rozzi. The bride wore a full- length Quiana gown with pleated skirt, lace bodice and sleeves. The maid and matron of honor wore rose- colored, full length dresses with crocheted tops. The bridesmaids wore the same dress in burgundy. The reception was held at the Community Baptist Church. Assistants were: Alison Atkins, Angle Atkins, Sheri Still, Lois Oien, Debbie Dauenhauer, Shirley Atkins, and Diane Birdsall. The bridge graduated from Issaquah High School in -- Hi I . Who's news | Quennet enlists in Air Force Hans B. Quennet, son of Hans and Maria Quennet 26031 S.E. 152nd St., enlist- Holly and Mike Fellows 1979. Both bride and groom graduated from Linfield Col- lege in McMinnville in May, 1983. The couple honeymooned in Vancouver, B.C., make their home vallis, Ore. The attend graduate Corvallis. Miss Issaquah contestants hold car wash Contestants for the title of Miss Issaquah 1984 will hold a fund-raising car wash Saturday, August 13 at the Mobil Station on the corner of Front Street and Sunset Way. Hours will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Proceeds go $2600 in ed to the winner geant and pageant will be held 27. Trina Hornberg engaged • No Tranqullizers Residents, staff and volur ed in the U.S. Air Force's Taa.,44embarg,daughter,:,cher, 1 :F• Acid Wash Brick • RestaurantEqulp'(nent ! " Let00us Leers of the Issaquah Villa Delayed Enlistment Pro- oi"+i]i': :Ln .. I'S:' ames:+lid S.E., . I • Paint Preparation • WaterSandblastin.ci • 1295 N.W. MALL will have a pig roast and luau gram. Hornbcrg, 16125 255th Ave. wedding is schedule0 _6 • Pools&Patio * Mobil•Hem•Wash&Wax e = Suite 3.1ssaauah answer Thursday, August 25 from ll Quennet is scheduled for S.E., has announced her en- place September 24 • Heavy Equipment * Fleet Cleaning  . " --'--'" a.m. and4p.m. There willbe enlistment in the Regular Air gagement to Mike Fischer, Lakeridge Lutheran ei . Moss Removal & Wood Preservatives' ,, ,+_block south of Mcuonald s' off the phone, hula dancers, music and Force December 12. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles in Seattle. 12th Ave N W behind the • • • • • , = District Court Bldg. ,..,u.w. Hawaiian food. 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