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patios are 00mprovi00zg , new ones are in the works The new tot lot at Memorial Field The city of Issaquah is in the midst of a plan for the development of city parks and recreation facilities which recently won state- wide acclaim. Centerpiece of this new program is the town's first "fully developed from scratch" park at the inter- section of 12th Ave. and Newport Way. Community Park will boast new base- ball diamonds, general playfields and other facilities, including off- street parking. Gibson Park, just west of the downtown fish hat- chery, has also been remodeled this year and features new "tot lot" play equipment. Queen of the city's play areas is the venerable old" Memorial Park, behind city hall and surrounded by the police station, the library, and the city's senior citizen center. Memorial features facilities for small children, sports teams and horseshoe tossers, and serves as the center of the town's old- fashioned Fourth of July celebrations. Other areas with formal park status include Mountainaire Park, a 35- acre wooded hillside with three-acre playfield, Utility Park, c u r rently undeveloped for recreation, and Gilman Parkway, four acres of open land along the major highway. The city also hosts a King County swimming pool, just south of downtown, ad- jacent to [ssaquah Junior High, and a 16-acre Pine Lake County Park is located just outside of the city with a wide variety of facilities. There are also two state parks located within easy travel of the city. Lake Sam- mamish State Park is a huge complex attached to Lake Sammamish, featuring everything from fishing and boating to tot lots, picnic areas and even a water ski launching beach. During the summer, some 40,000 persons per weekend use the beach. Squak Mountain State Natural Area, located due south of the town on the northern face of Squak Mountain, has no facilities yet and may be reached on- ly on foot.-An off-street parking facility and room for restrooms has been recently purchased by the state, but will probably not be developed until late in 1984. Front and rear hand guards Maintenance-free electronic ignition Anti-vibration system to take the shakes out EASTSIDE EQUIPMENT & MARINE 1440 ]9th Ave. N.W. Issaquah 5TIHL  ir-- uah e Rd #, Gilman Station NOW LEASING IN ISSAQUAH Gilman Boulevard Directy Across From Gilman Village Quality Retail & Office Space Occupancy February 1984- Courtesy To Brokers MARGOLESE DevelopmentSTRASSER & C0.  lb, Real Estate Investment and .-,v 130 Lakeside Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122 328-2534 Phyllis & Fred Lind know that all R.V.s are not created equal--that's when why they take special care custom ordering R.V.s that will suit your individual camping & travelling needs. See them today for your R.V. by Aljo, Bigfoot or Burro ora fifth wheeler by Collins. TRAILER TIME EAST Gilman Blvd. Issaouah 392-9900 SENSIBLE PRICES FOR SENSIBLE PEOPLE IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiiiii • .a@m A A • 1 Chicken Breast Fillet • •  •  Sandwich • B= qJ " 1 Individual Kentucky Fries ,  • .... • 1 Small Soft Drink _,. 1[ '. • ... for only $1.90 with this . Limit two •;]l IJ,',M,, • _m when orderir. C.uomer  all a.oDlicabte  • ; sale tax. Coupon expires October 2, 1984. =- • • • , • • -- -c u • • • o pon good only at 392 2511 • .B 555 N.W. Gilman ISSAQUAH KFC - mimmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmm Let the Travel experts at Foothills Travel take care of all your vacation reservations for hotels, plane tickets, special Hawaiian packages and cruises. From left: Elise Lalor, Renee Dignam, Marian Marcoux, Rose Roselli (manager) and Ruth Dickerson (commercial). lJ00ov00 ! 425 Rainier Blvd. North 392-1244 Within WA state call toll free: 1-800-562-5135 A great new look and a delmcmous new menu! - li REST/£RANT & LOUNGE Open everyday for breakfast, lunch & dinner 59 Front Street North Downtown Issaquah 392-7425 m II a P Ro', Callahan Photo We've Got. A Program For You! Showers • Body Conditioning '11I IBO1M'IP * Day Care * Total Bty Workout : Open 6 Days/Week * Aerobic Dance Classes for Fuller Figures & Pregnancy ""'- Call 392-0326 I i Adam Tompa, Terri Koch, Jori Jenae Murray, owner, and Patty Empens. Hair Design • Perms 640 N.W. Locust Next to Hi-Lo Shopping Center • Cuts HOURS: Tues.-Sat. 9-1 p.m., 2-6 p.m. Wed. Evenings • Coloring 392-4900 ...IBJlhe  isttlKtlon makes a dllffma€’,,. Instruction on Bars, Balance Beam, Vaulting, and Mini-Trampoline • Classes offered ages 2-16 • Beginner to advanced • Member of U.S. Gymnastics Federation ,rot Fitness elopes balance & coordination " Developes motor skills & strength • Builds self confidence - FUN! 392-0326 for more informahon