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Page 4 - The lssaquah Press, Wcdnelay, October 26, 1983 Around town Clubs VFW Auxiliary The VFW Ladies Auxiliary held its annual Charter Mem- bers luncheon October 17 at the Eagles Hall, with 24 Sis- ters attending. Seventeen were from post 3436, three of whom are charter members. District 11 president and six guest members also attended. A potluck variety of dishes were served and a gift and cake dessert brought to a Gold Star mother who is housebound. Cub pack seeks Junior Tigers Cub Scout pack 426, which meets at Clark Elementary, is seeking seven-year-old boys, or six-year-olds who have completed first grade, for a new Tiger Cub program. The family-centered "junior cub scout" meets monthly. For more informa- tion, call Bob Stevens at 392- 3922. Writers' Workshop The lssaquah Writers' Workshop will meet Thurs- day, October 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the conference room of the lssaquah Library. All interested writers are invited to attend. Issaquah Valley Rock Club The lssaquah Valley Rock Club will meet Friday, Octo- ber 28 at 8 p.m. at Communi- J ty Hall. The program will feature Bob Jackson, former owner of Nature's Gallery in Gil- man Village. He will give a talk and slide show on minerals and crystals of Den- ny Mountain. Churches I r,, New Life pastor speaks on ministry New Life Christian Fellow- ship Pastor Pat Veech and an evangelistic team will return this week from a 14-day city- wide campaign in El Pro- greso, Honduras. Veech will share his exper- iences and ministry in this Central American "hot spot" at the 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. service Sunday, October 30th. New Life meets at the Pine Lake Com- munity Club. Pine Lake Covenant shows film series "Strengthening Your Grip" film series by Charles Swindoil will be shown at Pine Lake Covenant Church, meeting at Lutheran Bible In- stitute, in the Sunrise Room, October 30 at 7 p.m. The popular minister, whose radio program "In- sight for Living" is broadcast more than 400 times daily, deals with the topic of "God- liness: The Perils of Hot- house Christianity." Swin- doll warns that "too much church" can insulate Chris- tians from the real world. Nursery care is available. Foothills pastor sings his sermon On Sunday, October 30, the pastor of Foothills Bap- tist Church will present a message through song. There will be congregational parti- cipation but the majority of the message will be presented through a weaving together of songs, scripture and narra- tive. The theme is based on scripture that presents the Lord as the Great Shepherd. The service begins at '11 a.m. at the church, 10120 ls- saquah-Hobart Road. Nazarenes hold revival services Revival services are sche- duled for the lssaquah Church Of The Nazarene beginning Sunday, October 30 through Sunday, Novem- ber 6. Services are set for 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday and at 7:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Dr. Kenneth Vogt of Ab- bots ford, B.C. is the evangelist for the week. Spe- cial music will be featured throughout the meeting. The public is invited, says Pastor E.E. Miller. Services are held at 14916 239th Pl. S.E., four miles south of lssaquah on the Is- saquah-Hobart Road. lssaquah Press office hours: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Be sure to call in your classified ad by 3 p.m. Mon- day for next week's paper. Who's news Chubbuck paintings shown at library Issaquah Library will display a collection titled "Rainbow Arts" by local watercolorist May Anne Chubbuck during November. A native of Washington State, Chubbuck is a member of the Northwest Watercolor Society. Her paintings ap- pear in the permanent collec- tions of the Hockaday Center for the Arts in Kalispell, MT; the Museum of Native American Cultures in Spo- kane, and the Grand Coulee Dam public library. Sweetman is Arms Committee citizen of Year The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms announced that Bill Sweetman of Issaquah has been selected to receive a Citizen of the Year award. Sweetman has been select- ed to receive this Citizen of the Year award because of a dedication to the efforts to preserve the right of the peo- ple to keep and bear arms as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution. "If it weren't for people like Bill Sweetman, our Con- stitutional rights would have been eroded years ag6 stated Alan Gottlieb, Chair- man of the Citizens Commit- tee. The Citizens Committee Ed Fougerousse, .o Internal Medicine Primary Medical Care For Adults And Adolescents at CREEKSIDE PROFESSIONAL CENTER N.W. Gilman Blvd.,00A, Issaquah 392-6O9O ii for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms is a national or- ganization with nearly 600,000 members as well as more than 120 members of Congress serving on their Na- tional Advisory Council. Aerobics dancers sweat for Heart Association Several aerobic dance in- structors from the Issaquah area will participate in "The Beat Goes On" fundraiser for the American Heart As- sociation of Washington. They are collecting sponsors for length of time spent in aerobic dance over the next few weeks. Dance instructors are Louise Guptill, Anne Me- Gill-Thompson, Ginny Mit- chell and Ronna Newberry. Abby Adams Adams speaks at research conference Dr. Abby Adams, Director of Special Education in the Issaquah School District, will present a research paper relating to study skills at the Fall Conference of Washing- ton Educational Research Association to be held in Vancouver October 28. The conference keynote speech will be presented by Siegfried Englemann, inter- nationally-known author on direct instruction from the University of Oregon. Nord promoted to Specialist 4 Joy K. Nord has been pro- moted in the U.S. Army to the rank of specialist four. Nord is an image inter- preter at Fort Bragg, N.C., with the XVIII Airborne Corps. Her husband, Army Pfc. Matthew D. Nord, is the son of John Nord of 4156 187th S.E., lssaquah and Phyllis Nord of 2322 Colby Ave., Everett. Pvt. Kevin Hiatt in NATO exercise Army Pvt. Kevin M. Hiatt, son of Robert E. Hiatt of Bellevue and Sandra Banish of 220 S.W. Clark St., Issa- quah, was involved in a NATO-sponsored exercise by participating in the Army's return of forces to Germany and the Air Force's Crested Cap exercises. Hiatt is a cavalry scout with the 2nd Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment at Fort Bliss, Texas. He is a 1982 graduate of Is- saquah High School. I FACTORY SALE -IRREGULARS- , Stemware Decanters Vases Odds & Ends Cut Glass Crystal ENDS NOON, OCT. 29th KUSAK CUT GLASS 1303 Rainier Ave. S. 324-2931 Parker Smith, Jr. and friend Smith helps with ARC auction That's a pinkpanther shar- ing the bike with Issaquah resident Parker Smith, Jr. Smith is the Treasurer of the Board of Directors of King County Advocates for Retarded Citizens. He, the pink panther, and the 20" girl's bicycle will be part of ARC's Superauction '83 on Saturday, November 5, be- ginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Butcher Atrium, Design Cen- ter Northwest. Among hundreds of items to be auctioned in live and silent auctions will be a ses- sion in a Boeing flight simulator, five days in a Palm Desert condo, a night on patrol with the Bellevue police, a handsome oak chandelier, stays in Seattle's finest hotels, airline tickets, and a case of Hawaiian papayas. 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She is a WSU, ma" Schulz honored in Capitol U.S. Senator met last week with 1 State of Presidential award for Excellence Math Teaching. Sedgwick of Barbara Schulz of are two of 104 nationwide to receive tinction. Schulz Shorewood High Seattle. ! The teachers awards at a White ceremony October were honored at a other occasions week. The National Foundation awarded teacher's school a $5,000 to be spent teacher's direction prove science and matics education school. Need someone to] fix up your home? the classifieds. 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