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Page 10 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, August 24, 1983 Miss Issaquah Pageant features FascinarJn' Follies Special weekend for deaf held at Camp Cabrini Shannon Doherty Miss Seattle First National Jennifer Boyack Miss Killian's Cleaners Tracy Marcel Miss Diet Center Pam Payseno Miss Innervisions Cheryl Lindstrand Miss Pacific First Federal Mlchele Forgues Miss McFarland Insurance The 1984 Miss Issaquah uated from Issaquah High of Jacqualine and Lawrence Scholarship Pageant will be last June. Lindstrand, graduated from A special community held Saturday, August 27 at 8 LizaAnn Temcov, 19, will Issaquah High in 1981 and weekend for deaf and hard of p.m. at Liberty High School. play a piano selection. She is attends the University of hearing persons and their The performance is sold out. the daughter of Michael and Washington. families is scheduled for The following 12 contestants Joanne Temcov, graduated Shannon Doherty, 17, will September 9 through II, at willperform in theshow. The from Issaquah High in 1982 give a baton twirling routine. Camp Cabrini in Issaquah. theme this year is "Fascin- and now attends the Univer- She is the daughter of Doug Theevent, which, will provide atin' Follies." sity of Washington. and Joann Pittmon and is a a weekend of fellowship and Tracy Marcel, 18, will per- Sara Claire Frey, 19, will senior at Issaquah High. fun in the Northwest form a classical ballet givea vocal presentation. She Flowers for the girls may countryside, is sponsored by routine. She is the daughter is the daughter of Tom and be sent to the Pageant the Archdiocese of Seattle. of Shirley Johnson and Em- June Frey, graduated from House, 2819245th Place S.E. mett Marcel and graduated Issaquah High in 1982 and theday of the pageant. Camp Cabrini is a Catholic from Issaquah High last attends Washington State June. University. Youth facility with cabins, a lake for swimming, and other forms of outdoor recreation including hiking, iaature walks, boating, soccer, crafts and games. There will be a bonfire, talent show and other community activities but the structure of the week- end is flexible and designed to allow the freedom of per- sonal choices. The theme of the weekend Laurie Gray, 21, will play Michele Forgues, 17, will a piano selection. She is the perform a jazz dance. She is MARK IT FOODS daughter of Bob and Patty the daughter of Allen J. and Gray, graduated from Issa- Ina M. Forgues and will l quah High in 1980 and now graduate from Liberty High attends Pacific Lutheran in January, 1984. University. Sharon Kay Dean, 17, will give a vocal presentation. She is the daughter of Bob and Helen Dean and is a senior at Issaquah High. Molly Jarvis, 19, will also give a vocal presentation. She is the daughter of Peter and Sally Jarvis, graduated from Issaquah High in 1982 and now attends the University of Washington. Jennifer Boyack, 18, will perform a jazz dance. She is the daughter of M. Wayne and Dot Boyack and grad- Pamela Jean Payseno, 18, will perform a jazz dance. She is the daughter of Richard and Judith Payseno and graduated from Liberty High in June. Erica M. Sargeant, 21, will perform a vocal jazz selec- tion. She is .the daughter of BuTt and Oletta Sargeant, graduated from Issaquah High in 1980 and now at- tends the University of Washington. Cheryl Lindstrand, 20, will perform a classical ballet selection. She is the daughter Sara Frey Miss Old National Bank Sharon Dean Miss Powers Insurance Lisa Temcov Miss Rowley Enterprises Molly Jarvis Miss Issaquah Tennis Club Erica Sargeant Miss Rainier Bank Laurie Gray Miss Puget Sound Baking Miss Issaquah 1983 Danlella Erhard PARADE '83 OCTOBER 1, 10:30 A.M. Entries must be received by Sept. 20. Mail to Parade, c/o Chamber of Com- merce, P.O. Box 430, Issaquah, WA 98027. Awards for all categories except boats, scout troops. r Questions? Call Jack Porter, 392-7947. PARADE REGISTRATION Organization_ Address_ Contact person ......... Phone & Days ........................................ Type of unit (circle one) Kids' parade Single horse, Horse poses Scout/Campfire group Drill/Marching Clown / Novelty Marching Band Boat/Hydro Additional info. (for use by parade M.C.) j ii ii i i ii I i Issaquah's finest lunch place is now serving dinner/ 5:30 to 8:00 Wednesday-Saturday Gilman Village, Issaquah, 392-5073 is "When leaves re'| things happen." C| i per person (single),) " couple and $30 fora il The deadline for re is August 31. After lh a late registration [ will be added to the( fee. Further be obtained by Sister Judith 382-4246. So You Missed ASCOT This Year... It's not too late to "Go to the Races" with Foods. 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