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Page 4 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, September 28, 1983 Around town i ii ii lUlll Clubs Welcome Wagon The Welcome Wagon will have a booth in the Salmon Days celebration October l and 2. Members will serve apple pie and hot cinnamon sauce, coffee, orange drink, Tootsie Pops and chips. Issaquah Valley Rock Club The Issaquah Valley Rock Club will meet Friday, Sep- tember 30 at 8 p.m. at Com- munity Hall. The program will feature Howard House,. who will demonstrate carving techniques on opal and carnelian agate. Newcastle Historical Society The Newcastle Historical Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, September 29 in the Newport Hills Elemen- tary School Library at 12635 S.E. 56th St., Bellevue. A grant writer will lead a discussion on videotaping Newcastle History vignettes as a Washington State Centennial project. Bring your good ideas. Open to the public. Sportsmen gather initiative signatures The lssaquah Sportsmen&apos;s Club will circulate petitions for Initiative 84 to challenge the Boldt decision on Indian fishing rights at the Salmon Days celebration. Members will have a booth and distri- bute other information about the year-round rifle and pis- tol shoots, hunter safety courses and other club ac- tivities. The club will also hold a fund-raiser with many prizes available. Top prize is a "Spring Chinook" float trip. Funds go toward sending boys and girls to the Junior University Women raise scholarship funds at Salmon Days The lssaquah branch of the American Association of University Women is spon- soring a Salmon Days fund- raiser for scholarships. An LNW80 11 computer, donat- ed by Computer General of lssaquah, will be awarded Sunday, October 2 at 4 p.m. at the AAUW Salmon Days booth. The LNW80 is a product of the Tandy Corp. and is similar to the TRS80. It has 96K memory, 8" dual disc drive and is software com- patible with the TRS80 and the Apple 1I and others. The total package, which has a re- tail value of $5000, is on dis- play at Computer General, 1595 N.W. Gilman Blvd., in the Rowley Center. Dona- tions of $1 may be made to any lssaquah AAUW mem- ber. Call 644-2335 or 392- 3830 for more information. Membership in AAUW is open to any woman graduate of a four-year college or uni- versity. The Issaquah branch is in its fifth year of existence and has been able to contri- bute each year to the Educa- tional Foundation Program of the national association of AAUW, which provides fellowships and grants to women returning to aca- demic study or pursuing doc- toral degrees. In addition, the branch has established a local scholarship fund and has awarded a scholarship for the last three years to women graduates of either Issaquah or Liberty high school. Toughlove lssaquah Toughlove meets every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Community Baptist Church, 205 Mt. Park Blvd., Room 204. SAFTYE promotes safe driving habits SAFTYE Club (Stop Auto Fatalities Through Youth Ef- forts) is beginning its second year at lssaquah High. The group was formed last year in an effort to try to change at- titudes towards driving while intoxicated. The main purpose of the club is to promote good driv- ing habits and discourage drinking and driving. The group will promote its slogan -- "Buckle Up, We Love You. Sorry Isn't Enough" -- at the Salmon Days celebration October 1 and 2. The club will take part in the parade and have a booth to distribute pam- phlets and important in- formation. The public is encouraged to stop by the booth and take a routine survey on driving habits. Stickers with the club's motto will be given away at the booth. Videos on the topic of alcohol and driv- ing will also be shown at the booth throughout the day. The officers for the 1983- 84 club are; President, Shawn Storey; Vice Presi- dent, Tim Killian; Secretary, Lara Bruso; Treasurer, Dave Robbers; and Public Rela- tions, Leslie Fletcher. Other board members are Chris Hanna, Kelly Sommerdorf, Carey Bruess, Craig Sum- mers, Dean Layenfield, Hol- ly Fitzgerald; and Jennifer Arnone. Women Voters see 'Annie' The Issaquah Unit of the League of Women Voter's fundraiser will be an evening at the Village Theatre to en- joy the musical "Annie" on January 27. Churches m m St. Michael's holds harvest supper St. Michaels and All Angels Episcopal Church will celebrate the Feast of St. Michael Sunday, October 2, with a harvest supper held at 5 p.m. in the under croft. The supper will feature barbecued pork cooked by the parish men and fresh ap- ple cider made by the church youth. Guests arc welcome. Baha'is Outlawed in Iran The Iranian government has outlawed Baha'i institu- tions in Iran and has made membership on the adminis- trative bodies a criminal of- /t sz.49 VALUE fense, the lssaquah Baha'is have learned. Church of Christ to meet at Black Nugget Ranch Due to the Salmon Days celebration in lssaquah, the Church of Christ will meet one time only at the Black Nugget Ranch, 26604 SE Black Nugget Road, on Sun- day, October 2. Bible classes for all ages will meet at 10 a.m.; the wor- ship service will be held at 11 a.m. The public is invited. For directions to the Black Nugget Ranch, please call 392-0340 or 392-3640. The church will resume meeting at Gibson Hall the following Sunday, October 9. + Officially open Miss Issaquah Lisa Temcov cuts the ribbon during opening ceremonies at the Creekside Professional Boulevard September 16. From left are plaza developer Gary Lewis, Dr. D.S. 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