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The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, September 14, 1983 - Page 7 South End YValley.Maple Halls'Briarwood Elementary set September 19 the Staff The meeting will be- P.rtl. qt** class will be at Maywood Junior by the Issaquah on Tues- nights be- P.m. from Octo- 6. Linda will instruct the of 50 has been class also is Apollo Elemen- It will begin at last for one hour leadership of Class size will to 40. Five Star Ath- little league foot- offering can- sale to help fi- football program. will begin this the' season opened l0 at the Sno- League Jam- lit** of Life Pre-School its fifth year of It has an enroll- Children from age The non-profit four teachers for and two at- They em- social and academic tad Spend time each craft activities, time, music, time and story a waiting list ;Who want to enroll lley Alliance hold a Sunday and Fun Fest on 18. A salad pot- will be held ,.L ......... +, .... service. After ium balloons will and a puppet Activities Planned for all Liberty High School Boos- ters Club is resuming its school-supporting activities and welcomes any communi- ty members interested in school activities. Ray Reeves is president of the group. Telephone him at 255-4863 for information. Coalfield Five Star Ath- letic Club members chose Dennis Werner and Jerry Jay to be co-chairmen of the group's youth basketball program. Bob Turpin, 226-5295, is chairman of the Coalfield Five-Star Athletic Club's lit- tle league football program. Eighty boys are registered to play in the four divisions -- '89ers, Midgets, PeeWees, and Juniors. The season opening jamboree will be all day September 10 at Pop Kenney Field in Bothell when all the Sno-King League teams play in tournament. The Liberty High drill team will hold a fundraising garage sale and bake sale Saturday, September 24, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Thriftway parking lot off Cemetery Road. Proceeds will help finance travel to the state competition in March. Junior High House has been Staff mem- on hand to give on classes and to ques- US er phone Issaqu4h's Inswenng & SecreMrill It/vice lkteTel PhOne Iler Faclory 195 Front St. N. 392-4194 Liberty High teacher Steven Glerke turns over a spadeful of earth at the September 9 groundbreaking ceremony for Liberty's Phase Two. The project includes a new library and classrooms as well as extensive remodeling on the ex- isting building. The project is expected to be completed in September, 1984, in time for ninth graders to become part of the student body. Photo by Debbie Brusius. U-Rent to expand into Extension program needs volunteers nsail ] King County Cooperative with teaching outlines, back- to bean E.S.P. volunteer. S m , s ho ppi n g center Extensien is recruiting inter- ground and handout mater- Lesson topics will include ested seniors in its Extension iais. coping with life's changes, Expa 'on of the Issaquah of the units are already sign- Senior Program which pro- Volunteers are asked to at- low-salt and special diets, U-Rent building on Gilman edup. vides education for the per- tend at least three of a pos- cupboard bug control, Boulevard into a 7,200 Because of the proximity sonal well-being of older sible six separate classes and weight loss, and resolving square foot complex of five of the building to thecreek, a adults, to shareeach class with thirty some of the conflicts of retail suites has been up- Shoreline Management Sub- In the program, volunteers other people. An interest in society's changing values. proved by the city Develop- ment Commission and sent to the mayor's office for ap- proval. The proposal would allow the owners to more than quadruple the size of the building. According to city officials, the rental facility will not remain on the site af- ter the expansion. The new center would be named "405 Gilman." Key aspects of the develop- ment include a two-story ad- dition west of the present building, which was recently remodeled, and a pedestrian walkway that will follow the property along Issaquah Creek and link 405, Jay Ber- ry's Pizza and Gilman Village. ,- Ed RobertSl who operates the rental business and who will also develop the new stantial Development permit must be approved by the mayor's office and forward- ed to the state before con- struction permits may be granted. There is no starting date set for construction. attend classes taught by working and communicating Washington State University with others, a willingness to faculty, then they share the learn new skills, and a information with others at willingness to follow the senior centers, community recommendations of Wash- groups, clubs or church ington State University groups. Those willing to Cooperative Extension are teach others are provided the only special skills needed Applications are being ac- cepted now with the first training session starting in September. Gladys Con- sidine, the program's volun- teer coordinator, will answer questions. Those interested can contact her at 344-3900. ISSAQUAH M4'RK-IT FOODS STORE HOURS: M-W 9-7, Th-Frg-8. Sat. 9-7, Sun. 10-6 Watch for your Associated Grocer's Coupon Book coming in your mail Sept. 15 - Page after page of valuable savings - good for three weeks! All coupons Items redeemable at Issaquah Mark-It Foods. : facility, says tenants for two MARKET FRESH PRODUCE + + ii!ii{ + Booklet alerts SUNKIST 10 lb. 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