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October 19, 1983

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The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, October 19, 1983 - Page 5 and the children The beasts ,uent. ,n .an woos .." 0rae . at ono .,.. ,emeo,ar 0e, a doe ,oo ta tarantula from The Ark pet shop and close enough to pat Jake, an Australian cockatoo that is the constant companion of shop owner Joyce Graves. The unusual guests were allow- ed to come to class as a reward for the students' good behavior, according to their teacher. members of their congrega- tions enrolled at Bellevue es Christian. The seminar will be held at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, Octo- chairs bur 25, on the school's main 's Council campus, 1601 98th Avenue N.E., Bellevue. William Swen- Prayer for the ministry of aslor of Covenant Bellevue Christian School Church, lssa- will precede the seminar at 10 been selected as a.m. A complimentary lunch Halloween dance held for disabled A Halloween Dance for developmentally disabled adults will be held Saturday, October 29, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. at Community Hall. Locals run in Portland Marathon Three lssaquah runners finished the Portland Marathon held October 2 by the Oregon Road Runners Club. James R. Haynes finished 135th, William Bartell 445th and Kenneth .1. Franck, Bartell, 3:12.14; and Franek, 4:04.29. Scholarships available for electrically-minded  The second annual $30,000 Duracell Scholarship Compe- tition is under way. The com- petition is designed to en- courage scientific creativity among American high school students. The 1984 competition in- volves students designing and building battery-powered devices that have practical functions. The judging criteria encourages a wide latitude in the types and calibre of entries. This in- sures students, who apply themselves to the challenge, a good chance at one of the 41 awards. The winner of last year's scholarship competition, a high school senior from Chicago, designed a laboratory voltmeter that gave its readings vocally. The other winning entries ran the The race was an Olympic marathon qualifying event, and several Northwest run- ners earned a place in the Los Angeles games preliminaries to be held early next year. gamut from fairly sophisticated electronics to simple motor driven devices. The contest awards are: One $10,000 college scholar- ship, Five $3,000 scholar- ships, Ten $500 scholarships, and Twenty-five $100 prizes. Each entrant nmst submit a color or black-and-white photograph and.a one-page description of the device and the official entry form no Bus drivers give skate party later than March t, 1984. The National Selene, Teachers Association will select the 100 finalists who must send their devices to New York City for the final judging. A panel of scientists and science educators will select the winners. The top six winners, their parents and teachers will be brought to New York City for an awards ceremony in May 1984. Rock show at Vasa Park lssaquah School Bus Everyone is welcome. Bellevue Rock Club is Drivers will host their third Students are invited to wear sponsoring a gem and annual skating party Wed- Halloween costumes. Free mineral show Saturday, Oc- nesday, October 26, 6 to 9 face painting will be part of tober 22 and Sunday, Oc- tober 23, at Vasa Park, 3560 p.m. at the Bellevue Skate the evening. Cost is $3 per King. person. W. Lake Sammamish Road S.E. If lit 00wer bW be o o itemized, Healing the use eve day for 60 da of,the Bellevue prepared and served by Join us for dancing, refresh- 1457th. More than 2,400 run- ,,,_acnooJ rasmrs BCHS home economics stu- ments, plus haunted happen- ners entered the race. All and three lssaquah runners were ouncn. , ,, , dents will follow the seminar ings! =_f( =:st event scneouleo . l m , . . rom noon- p. . in the 35 to 39 year old age Need someone to help you _  a sem/,nar, The seminar is open to any Come as you are or in group, fix up your home? 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