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B2 WEDNESDAY~ AUGUST 12, 2009 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS COMMUNITY CALENDAR CAMPFIRE AWAITS FILE Community Campfire, sponsored by Our Savior Lutheran Church, is from 6-8 p.m. every Wednesday through Aug. 19 at Sunset Beach at Lake Sammamish State Park. There will be guitars and singing, s'mores and hot dogs. Call 392- 4169 or go to www.oslcissaquah.org. ~ents Two recently born Bengal tiger cubs will be on display from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. through Aug. 31 at the Cougar Mountain Zoo, 19525 S.E. 54th St. Admis- sion is $8-$10.50. Call 391-5508. Wine tasting -- featuring Northwest wine, snacks and su- pervised childcare -- is at 6 p.m. Aug. 14 at Kidz Bounce, 8178 304th Ave. S.E. Call 222-5439 or go to www.kidzbounce, com. WineStyles hosts "Attack of the Killer Bees" Wine Tasting from 5 - 9 p.m. Aug. 14. The Killer Bee label is from Chile and with two whites and four reds, it has a great variety. Fee of $5 includes a pour of each featured wine. Com- plimentary light appetizers are of- fered as well. For more informa- tion, go to www. winestyles, net/is- saquah or call 837-8884. It's Vendor Appreciation Day at the Issaquah Farmers Market, from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Aug. 15 at Pickering Barn, 1730 10th Ave. N.W. There will also he a natural health fair in the hay barn and the New Age Flamenco Band performs at 11 a.m. Call 837-3300. The Julius Boehm Pool will be closed for annual mainte- nance from Aug. 17-23. For reg- istrations, the pool's phone 837- 3350 will be answered from 8-11 a.m. each day during the closure. The August Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce mem- bership luncheon is at 11:30 a.m. Aug. 18 at Hilton Garden Inn, 1800 N.W. Gilman Blvd. The sponsor is Overlake Hospital Medical Center; the featured speaker and corporate training expert is Andrew Gustafson. Learn the seven keys of teamwork, network with some of the chamber's 63 new members, witness the unveiling of the new logo and more. Go to www.is- saquahchamber.com or call 392- 7024 to make a reservation. All The Best Pet Care hosts an all day Ice Cream Social for pets and their owners from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Aug. 20, 1590 N.W. Gilman Blvd. The ice cream featured is actually yogurt and is all-natural, in individual servings for dogs and cats. Contact Gaff at 369-8383 or go to www.allthebestpetcare, corn for more information. Sponge, a children's lan- guage center, in conjunction with Yuen Lui Studio, invites families to the free event, You're a Star! to celebrate the Japanese and Chinese star festi- vals of the summer, from 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 30 at 375 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Teachers will facili- tate night sky-themed mini lan- guage classes in Mandarin, Span- ish, French and Japanese. Chil- dren ages newborn to 10 years old will go home with a compli- mentary superstar snapshot. To RSVP, call 274-5188 or e-mail events@spongeschool.com. For more information, go to www.spongeschool, com. Fundraisers Sleep Country USA's Foster Kids School Supplies Drive is collecting donations of new school supplies for local foster kids through Sept. 7. Bring new sup- plies, including pencils, pens, erasers, calculators, paper, back- packs, binders and pocket diction- aries to the Issaquah store, 730 N.W. Gilman Blvd., Suite CII0. The store is open from I0 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday through Friday, I0 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.- 7 p.m. Sunday. Call 313-9415: The 2009 Chris Efliott Fund Summer Bike Bide for Br~dn Cancer Research begins at 9 a.m. Aug. 23 at Sunny Hills Elementary, 3200 Issaquah-Pine Lake Road S.E., Sammamish. The ride will proceed through the scenic Red- mond-Issaquah Plateau and Sno- qualmie River Valley. This event is open to riders of all levels with a bicycle and a helmet. Riders will have a choice of three different routes. Registration is $25 for indi- viduals, $40 per family and $15 for each team member in teams of four or more. Make donations at www. chrise lliottfund, org/content/d onate__now/donate_now.asp. Go to www.ChrisElliottFund.org or text the word CEF to 764748 for more information or to register. Classes If you are a first-time buyer or just need a refresher course, Coldwell Banker Bain of- fers a free, comprehensive semi- BUILD AMERICA BONDS: AN OPPORTUNITY FOR COMMUNITIES When you buy a Build America Bond (BAB), you are lending money to municipalities to fund new capital programs. These programs finance roads, schools, hospitals and other projects that strengthen our communities. What does that mean ior you? BABs Could provide the opportunity to diversih, your taxable income,* *Diversification does not guarantee a profit or protect against toss. These bonds are so}ely backed by the issuing municipality and are not obligations of the U.S. government. Before investing in bonds, you should understand the risks involved, including interest rate risk, credit risk, and market risk. The value of bonds fluctuates and you may lose some or all of your principal. Speak with your financial advisor to determine whether BABs azre appropriate for your investment strategy. :::i~: ..... SUveeenne~ 1700 NW Gilman Bird Ste 105,issaquah (~ ~JanaWilliam~ Jim Ba~oM 3302 E.LakeoSammamish ~ 45 Front St. No~ PkySE#B Sammamish ~ tssaquah David Sellgma. ~,~ Bret Tauscher :~ 1580 NW Gdman BNd 375 NW Gi{man Blvd ~~" # C-102. Issaquah Ste 6. lssaquah I~k&~ (425) 391~07 (425) 394.0396 www.edwardjones.com Uer,,~, smc nar from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Aug. 27 at Fire Station 83, 3425 Is- saquah-Pine Lake Road, to pro- vide a broader and richer under- standing of buying real estate, breaking down the process into manageable and understandable steps. Topics include pre-ap- proval, home search, negotia- tions, closing, tax credit and many more. Call 888-689-6763 for prerecorded message. Issaquah Library The library is at 10 W. Sunset Way. Call 392-5430. "Making the Game," for ages 13-18, is at 1 p.m. Aug. 14. Join DigiPen Institute of Technology to learn about the video game in- dustry, what it takes to be a game developer and build an actual game. Registration is limited to 10 participants. Strategy Games Oub meets at 3:30 p.m. Aug. 21. Play video games, board games or run "Dungeons and Dragons." Talk Time for adults is at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays and at 1 p.m. Mondays. Read Three, Get One Free Summer Edition -- Forms are available to be eligible for a monthly prize drawing and en- tered in the grand prize drawing for a free laptop. Second prize is a MUVO MP3 player. FreePlay -- Stop by the library any day to borrow a Nintendo DS and games to play for up to two hours. Those 14 and older need an ID; those under 14 need an adult with an ID. Be Creative @ Your Library -- the 2009 Summer Reading Pro- gram, is through Aug. 31. Read 500 minutes and receive a halfway prize; read 1,000 minutes to receive the finisher prize and be eligible for the grand-prize drawing of a laptop computer! Prizes will be distributed begin- ning July 15. Grand-prize winner will be announced in September. Youth The Issaquub Parks and Recreation Department pres- ents Discover This -- Hands on Science, for ages 3-5, from 10- 10:50 a.m. at the community cen- ter. Register by calling 495-1229 or e-mailing firststeps@msn.com. The class schedule is: Aug. 17 -- "Gear City" Aug. 24 -- "Gack, Goo and Slime" Aug. 31 -- "Dino Dig It" The Issaquah Parks and Recreation Department pres- ents One Day Art Workshops, for ages 5-18, from noon-2 p.m. at the community center. Register online at www. TheDrawingBoar- dArtlnstruction.com. The class schedule is: Aug. 15 -- "Clay Beads" -- ages 5-8 -- $14 Aug. 15 -- "Acrylic Sunflow- ers" -- ages 7-14 -- $18 Aug. 22 -- "Outdoor Watercol- ors at the Farmers Market" -- ages 6-18 -- $16 Aug. 29 -- "Harvest Still Lives" -- ages 7-14 -- $14 Senior Center Center hours are from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Fri- day. Activities are open to people 55 and older. The center is at 75 N.E. Creek Way. Call 392-2381. "English as a Second Lan- ~ooage: Intermediate Level" is m 10:15 a.m.-noon, every other Monday. Line dancing classes are from 10-11 a.m. Thursdays -- $5. Computer Lab Tutor teaches free basic skills from 1-2 p.m. Tuesdays. Keyboard Music For Adults is from 11 a.m. - noon Tuesdays for beginners and 1-2 p.m. Thursdays for continuing classes. Fee is $90. Keyboards are pro- vided. ENGAGEMENT Edca Gin and Brock Undsay Griffin, Undsay Mark and Sally Griffin, of Sam- mamish, announce the engagement of their daughter Erica Kay Griffin, of Sammamish, to Brock Wade Lindsay, of Seattle. The couple plans to marry Sept. 26, 2009, at St. Brid- get Catholic Church in Seattle. The bride to be is a 2001 grad- uate of Skyline High School, and a 2005 graduate of Western Wash- ington University. She works as a partner business manager for Hewlett-Packard in Seattle. The future groom, the son of Sandra Cornwall and James Lindsay, of Seattle, is a 2001 graduate of Seattle Preparatou, School, and earned a bachelor s degree in engineering at Mon- tana State in 2006. He is a proj- ect engineer for Mowat Construc- tion Company. Issaquah companies aid nuclear cleanup effort A pair of Issaquah companies could make it easier for federal officials to clean up nuclear waste. Software created by GoldSim Technology Group, based in Is- saquah, is at the heart of a new federal Department of Energy pro- gram to better manage nuclear waste site cleanups. A program will allow energy department managers to track and quantify risks and gauge budget concerns and legal issues. GoldSim risk-modeling software is used in the Prioritization Risk Integration Simulation Model to help officials evaluate how best to proceed with the remediation and environmental cleanup of a nu- clear waste site. Predicus LLC, also of Issaquah, is developing PRISM. The model will be deployed for the first time at the Department of Energy Hanford Site in Eastern Washington -- one of 80 nuclear cleanup sites nationwide. If PRISM is successful at Han- ford, energy department officials could be used to integrate all 80 sites. MILITARY NEWS local's son attends Na~ aviator bMning Navy Ensign Reid A. Smith, son of Patricia and Fred Smith of Ren- ton, recently reported for naval aviator training at Naval Air Sta- tion Kingsville, Texas. Smith is attending a 13-month undergraduate jet pilot training course that combines basic studies in engineering and navi- gation. He will be learning the newest technologies and tech- niques using a state-of-the-art visual simulator and the newest training aircraft in the world. Smith, a 2004 graduate of Moanalua High School of Hon- olulu, Hawaii, joined the Navy in May 2008. PETS OF THE WEEK Tinkerbelle, a 6-year-old Italian greyhound mix with a black-and-white coat, is calm and affectionate. This sleek, graceful dog loves to snuggle with shelter volunteers, and is a quick study with training exercises. Juliet, a 2-month-old, cream-and-gray Siamese kit- ten, is soft, rambunctious and as cute as can be. This lively little kitty loves play- ing with people, her litter- mates and any kind of cat toy! These pets may already have been adopted by the time you see these photos. If you're interested in adopting these or other animals, contact the Humane Society for Seatl]e/King County at 641- 0080, go to www.seattlehumane.org or e-mail humane@seattlehumane.or~ All adopted animals go home spayed/neutored, microchipped and vaccinated, with 30 days of free pet hea~ insur- ance and a cerlificato for an examination by a King County veterinarian. ]he SeatlJe Humane Society is now open fiom noon - 6 p.m. seven days a week. COLLEGE NEWS Whitworth University students qualify for Laureate Society The following local students have been named to the Whit- worth University Laureate Soci- ety for spring semester 2009. The students qualified for the academic honor society by main- taining a grade point average of at least 3.75 during the semes- ter. Issaquah: McKenzie Stuby, E1- isha VerGowe and Rachel Brad- ford Renton: Katherine Eastham Local students named to UW dean's list Students from the lssaquah area have been named to the dean's list at the University of Washington for the 2009 spring quarter (the first half of the list ran July 29). To qualify, a student must have completed at least 12 graded credits and have a grade point average of at least 3.5. The students are: Ryan Hebert, Ajay Heitzmann, Sarah Hill, Minh Hoang, Brian Hoef- gen, Ashley Hogan, Tiffany Hong, Erin Horvath, David Hudson, Steven Hudson, Re- becca Huff, Victoria Hupf, Teresa Huynh, Kyle Irish, Mon- ica Ittes, Mia Jaffe, Anthony Jensen, Robert Johnson, Syd- ney Johnston, Kimberly Judge, Channing Kanyer, Clifford Kato, Jennifer Kerechek, Michael Kern, Ansab Khwaja, Mark Kinnish, Dean Kirkpatrick, Maria Kleiber, Barron Knigge, Christina Koike, Nathan Kos- noff, Megan Kramer, Allen Kuceba, Hsi-Chun Kuey, Kin Lai, Michael Laux, Monica Led- ford, Elliot Lee, Emily Lee, Jen- nifer Lee, Joonkyung Lee, Lind- say Lefever, Kristina Lemond, Ellen Lesh, Michelle Leung, Sarah Leyde, Jessica Li, Jeffrey Lierman, Zachary Lorden, Catherine Lu, Nancy Lu, Wel- Ting Lu, Stephanie MacDonald, Isar Mahanian, Ashley Manaka, Nina Marien, Gabrielle Martel- Rousseau, Savannah Martin, Malgorzata Mazewska, Donald Mazzola, Alexa Meyer, Rachel Mickey, Hans Minea, Gregory Miner, Elizabeth Moffat, Nicole Montgomery, John Monu, An- drea Morgan, Joshua Mottaz, Nathanael Mottaz, Emily Mul- der, Kristen Munechika, Eldar Musayev Jr, Adilutchmj Naidoo, Daniel Nikaitani, Brandon Nudelman, Cody Nunn, Corey O'Connor, Lee O'Keefe, Danielle Olson, Brian O'Neill, Nominer- dene Oyunerdene, Lauren Pace, Samantha Pang, Joseph Pan- gallo, Alexandra Pappas, Danielle Park, Alexa Parker, Scott Parker, Kamil Pawlowski, Sofia eenev, Megan eerara, Matthew Perkins, Jason Perk- izas, Lena Perry, Sarah Peter- son, Scan Peterson, Shawn Pham, Hanh-La ehan, Ryan ei- storesi, Benjamin Pitasky, Lau- ren Pomeroy, Jeffrey Postle- wait, Steven Postlewait, Nathan Precup, Shawna Quigley, Nupoora Reddy, Amanda Rees, Nathan Rekdahl, Jordan Reynolds, Nickolai Riabov, Matthew Robson, Shayna Ro- drignez, Rebecca Rollins, Ash- ley Rolph, Samuel Rosselot, Amanda Saechao, Maria Saenz, Natasha Safarian, Shirin Safa- vian, Nicia Sanelli, Karishma Sanghvi, Ryan Sapp, Megan Sawyer, Nathan Schaefer, Bernadette Schmitt, James Schreck, Amy Schroeder, Michael Schueler, Katherine Searing, Kassandria Seaton, Risa Sepkowski, Douglas Sher- bon, Amanda Shockley, Jessica Shull, Emily Sikma, Ryuichi Sikora, Sergiu Sirbu, Carina Skrobecki, Abigail Smith, Jacob Snorsky, Evan Sorensen, Joel Southwell, Anirudh Srinivas, William Stark, Krista Staudinger, Melissa Stewart, Teodora Stnica, Tyler Stnwens, Kaitlin Strohschein, Janae Stur- geon, Jeffrey Sun, Lidia Tadesse, Lancy Tan, Samantha Tanji, Ashley Taylor, Dale Terasaki, Subhadra Terhanian, Calder Thami, Brooke Tibbles, Rebecca Tollefson, Jonathon Torone, Sam Trautman, Jason Truong, Nichole Tyler, Nafees Uddin, Kyle Vanwieringen, Coby Vardy, Olga Vilkotskaya, Jordan Villeneuve, Henry Vu, Casey Walker, Nicholas Wang, Madelaine Warner, Tyler Wat- son, William Watters IV, Brett Webber, Ryan Wewerka, Bethany White, David White, Stephanie Whitney, Kyle Whit- tier, Karissa Willhite, Brooke Williamson, Kimberly Wilson, Matthew Wilson, Kirsten Wood, Jessica Wu, David Yee, Johnathan Yee, Jennifer Yeh, Richard Yen, Megan Yeung, Aaron Yu, Corey Zamanian, Michael Zhou, Qian Zhou and Hannah Zommick. 4-8pm Wednesday at Sammamish Commons ~ Continue to come to Sammamish, our farmers love you/ August 12 - Senior Appreciation Day ~, August 19 - Kids come out & design your Zucchini Racecar! Evergreen Healthcare will be providing the supplies to build and race your Zucchini car on the Specially built Racetrack! sponsored by .......... RGRE]Bq |