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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, August 24, 1983 Around town I Britts wins " Throughout India and Lorie Mahoney marries James Galla ler Who's news ,0,t0rMarineOfcpl.AppreciatiOnRandall P. Churches 00ou.trio, of,00o wor,00 Britts, son of Ed. and Wanda Konarski nominated for 'Entrepreneur of Year' Betty Konarski, owner of the Country Mouse and manager of Gilman Village, has been nominated for the 1983 Nellie Cashman Award which honors the woman entrepreneur of the year. Named for pioneer businesswoman Nellie Cash- man, the award is presented annually by the Women Entrepreneurs Network to recognize a Western Wash- ington woman business owner for her achievements in business and as a com- munity leader. Konarski has been in business in lssaquah since 1970 and was instrumental in the founding of Gilman Village in 1973. Active in her community, Konarski is a director of the Seattle Chamber of Com- merce; the Women's Ad- visory Board of Bellevue Community College; Women + Business, Inc.; United Way of King County; King County East Convention and Visitors Bureau; United Good Neighbors of King County; and the Private In- dustry Council of King County. She is also a member of the Issaquah Chamber of Com- merce, the International Council of Shopping Centers, the Independent Business Association, the Small Business Council of the Seattle Chamber of Com- merce, the National Associa- tion of Female Executives, the Women's Managerial and Professional Network and The Fashion Group. Betty Konarski is among 24 Western Washington women nominated for the '9admen tnrreneurs lqet- work 1983 award. The judges' selection will be an- nounced at presentation cere- monies during the anniver- sary dinner of WEN, September 20 at the Sea-Tac Marriott Hotel. Betty Konarski Brekke sisters appear on 'Good Morning America' Mardella and Belinda ,Brekke, the sunglass entre- preneurs of lssaquah, will appear in a segment on "Good Morning America" on Thursday, August 25. It will be taped live on the East Coast and be delayed here on tape. They will be on the last 10 minutes of the show. The Brekke's have received national attention since they were granted a loan personal- ly by the chairman of the board of Rainier Bancorpor- ation. They have been writ- ten up locally in all the papers, the story has been picked up by United Press International and it has been broadcast over the ABe radio netwoi. Britts of 12615 148th Ave. SE, Renton, Wash., has re- ceived a Letter of Apprecia- tion. He received the letter for superior performance of duty while serving with 1st Marine Division, Camp Pendleton, Calif. A Letter of Apprecia- tion is official recognition of an individual's outstanding accomplishments, and is pre- sented during formal ceremonies. Willems, Fish help with U.W. fair Marilyn Willems and Sarah Fish of ]ssaquah will participate in the Holiday Fair Arts and Crafts Show at the Hec Edmundson Pavilion September 21 and 22. Willems will be showing her "Miniatures by Marni" at the fair. Fish is a University of Washington Alumnae Club member and is the craft co- chair for the fair. The event is sponsored by the Alumnae Club to raise money for stu- dent scholarships. Approximately 100 North- west craftsmen and artists will make available such items as paintings, holiday decorations, glassworks and stocking stutters. The fair is open from 6 to 9:30 p.m. September 21 and from 9:30 to 3 p.m. on September 22. all Clubs Valley Seniors A van will leave the center at l0 a.m. on August 31 for a trip to the Tulalip Indian Reservation for bingo. There will be a stop at the Village Restaurant in Marysville for pie before going to the Get Ready, Get Set, Get Fit! FRONT STREET FITNESS A guaranteed good workout for any level * Day care available Showers and dressing rooms Newly remodeled exercise studio Grand Opening Special unlimited classes--6 weeks--S29.00 Call 392-0326, 485 Front Street N., Issaquah CIt offered a.m.: 6:15.7:30.8:30, 9:30,10:45/p.rn,: 12:15.4:15.5:30.6:30. 7:30 he is well known as an ardent Neighborhood Church meets at Jr. High The satellite expression of The Neighborhood Church, The Neighborhood Church- East will meet at the Pine Lake Junior High cafeteria rather than Luther Bible In- stitute on August 28 and September 4 only. Pine Lake Junior High school is located at 228 SE and Issaquah-Pine Lake Rd. Services will be held at the regular times, 9 a.m. Bible Education for all ages, and 10 a.m. Worship with Senior Pastor Jack V. Rozell. The service on September 4 will be followed by a picnic at Pine Lake Park. Contact The Neighborhood Church for more information , 747-3445. Singers, speaker at Christian Center A Christ-centered gospel group will be ministering at Faith, Hope and Love Chris- tian Center on Friday, August 26 at 7:30 p.m. at the monthly praise service. The Ministers of Music are a contemporary black gospel group who have appeared all over the Northwest. They have performed for the Seat- tle Parks Department in 'Concerts in the Park'; at Noah's Nook (a Christian night club in Surry, Canada) and have appeared with such notables as Judy Gossett, and Sandra Crouch at the 1981 "Jesus Fair." They plan a recording session at the Summit Studios in Seat- tle. Also at Faith, Hope and Love, ( mile east of ass. Holiday Inn), Pastor Basra Bergmann invites you to come on Sunday, August 28th to hear Kurien Thomas speak at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. speaker, inspired preacher and teacher of the word of God. He has been called the "Billy Graham of India." He has spoken at many national- international conferences, conventions, seminars and workshops in all parts of the world including Europe, Bri- tain, U.S.A., Canada, Africa, Japan, Hong Kong, Middle East, Singapore and Thailand. i Births I S. I Thomas Kientz Renee and Ken Kientz of 28 211th Place SE, Red- mond, are the parents of their first child, Thomas Emil, born August 13 at Group Health Hospital. He weighed eight pounds, 14 ounces. His grandparents are Laura and Rod Erickson of Issaquah and Ken and Nor- ma Keintz of Mercer Island. His great-grandmothers are Ann Kientz of Columbus, Ohio, Lucille Erickson of Bellevue and Reada Lewis of Issaquah. Patrick Daly Caroline and William Daly of Issaquah are the parents of their third son, Patrick Carl, born August 13 at Overlake Hospital. He weighed seven pounds, three ounces. He joins his brothers Matthew, 12 and Jonathan, 10. His grandparents are Georgiana Daly of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. and Pat and Millie Fazio of Pembroke Pines, Fla. services. ' : ' I I 00what00 1hat Lorie Lynn Mahoney, daughter of Mrs. Donald Underwood of Issaquah and Bob Mahoney of Bellevue, was married July 16 to James Gallaher of Auburn. The afternoon ceremony took place at Community Baptist Church in Issaquah and was officiated by Rev. Richard Birdsall. The maid of honor was Lola Fischer; the bridesmaid was Kerri Cadwell. The best man was Dave Deramer; ushers were Dan and Bob Mahoney, the bride's brothers. Duets were sung by Pat Pruitt and Sue Anderson, the groom's sisters. Out-of-state guests includ- ed Mr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson of Paradise, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Thayne Fant of Spiro, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dolan of Fort Smith, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Schwape of Portland, Ore. Also present were the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Hartstrom of Issaquah. The bride wore a white organza, A-line gown, decorated with lace and seed pearls. It had a seven-foot train. The maid of honor's gown was light peach with a sheer floral cape. The brides- maid wore a soft yellow gown with a sheer floral overlay. A reception was held both at the Community Baptist Church and at the home of the bride's mother. Assistants at the reception were Mrs. Thoisten Ericksson, Mrs. Donald Munson, Betty Gerard, Sher- rie Gallaher, Pam Gallaher and Nancy Matelich. The bride graduated from lssaquah High in 1973. The groom graduated from Auburn High in 1972. The couple honeymooned in the bride's mother's condominium in Eastern Washington, on the Colum- bia River. They will make their home in Auburn. Issaquah High student schedules to be mailed Student schedules will be mailed to Issaquah High School students this week along with a newsletter to parents. Those students who have open periods or who have justifiable reasons for chang- ing schedules are to report to the school library on Wed- nesday, August 31. The parent newsletter includes appointment times by last names. This schedule change period will begin at 8:30 a.m. Students new to the district and any returning students who have not already regis- tered should report fib the school on that day. Students may call the school office (392-6418) for the correct appointment time. Counselors, administrators, and department heads will be available to assist students on August 31. It is important that any students with open periods, conflicts, or authorized reasons for changing classes report on this day, according to acting principal Margaret Davis. It is the intention of the school that classes not be interrupted for schedule changes once school begins on Wednesday, September 7. SEE THE GRACO 110110 FIO AIRLESS PAINT SPRAYERS Demonstrated in our store 11 A.M.-3 P.M. Saturday, August 27th Ad effective 8/23/83 thru 8130183 FREE 2# U'PICK BFANS When od presented at lernllnger Farms Itallan Prunes Graversteln Apples Nectarines I mile south of Cornotlon on NE 32 Open 8 am-8 pm EvewOay Lode and Jim Gallaher Food available for women infants and young children The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program is now able to provide food to pregnant and breast-feeding women and children under five. WIC provides nutritious food to reduce the potential for poor growth and develop- ment. WIC supplemental foods are purchased through most grocery stores with free food vouchers -- the foods include milk, eggs, cheese, formula, juice, cereal, and peanut butter. Women, in- fants and screened to bility for To arrange a interview, call Department County or the community clinicS: Downs, Country Harborview, Holly Park, District, OdeSSa Children's dence Family and SeaMar Clinic. Clothing bank needs KIMONO JAMBOREE SIDEWAI,K SALE AUGUST 25 to 27, 10 to 6 p.m. Japanese Vintage Silks--Cottons--Prints 1 Unbelievable Price! The Issaquah Clothing brought to the Bank is now open longer below Issaquah hours and needs school during working clothes for children of all For more ages. 392-5836. The bank will be open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from II a.m. to 3 'Black p.m. and the first and third Saturdays from 11 to 2. at library Clothing donations may be II I I FLINTOFT'S film "The Issaquah will be shown at 102 95 Library on $ FUNERAL HOME 30, at 7:00 p.m. g with mfgrs, rebate Since 1938 Admission is Model 3000 COMPLETE SERVICES The library is Memorial Park. Cremations Memorials Let We make it simple, Pre-Armngements from start to ansW6 professionalfinish.  the s18o o o..co ao l =2= 60 N ow 222-5503 Next to Redmond FIorist--East of QFC [ASTSIg[ GLASS 8 PAINT CO. 392.6444 8072 160th N.E., Redmond 88.1-3034  0245 Haln St. BELLEVUE 454-9505 Tom. 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