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Page 8 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, October 26, 1983 Preschools benefit from BCC fundraiser The Issaquah Co-op Pre- school and Pine Lake Co-op Preschool will benefit a Bellevue Community College fundraiser to be held in Fac- torts Square November l through 6. For $1, children may tour a "Mini City," a child-sized model of a city including a post office, bank, grocery store, fire station and health center. Children must be ac- companied by an adult The fundraiser is spon- sored by the Parent Advisory Committee of BCC, which runs the lssaquah preschools. The Mini City will be open weekdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m., Saturday, l0 to 5 and Sunday l0 to 4. For more information call Mary Cooper at 232-5857. Coping with elderly parents How does a relationship change when parents age? How can we meet the chal- lenges of having an elderly parent live in our home? How can we break out of guilt, resentment or over- protectiveness toward our ag- ing parents? These and other questions will be discussed at a panel discussion presented by East- side Mental Health on Wed- f / Homecoming highlights South End May Valley" Maple Hills" Briarwood RoxaineReynolds (255-5849) Police talk Halloween safety King County Police of- ficers will talk to children at Apollo Elementary School on Friday, October 28 about Halloween safety and about association with strangers. Parents have been concerned since the disappearance of a North Seattle girl last month Lord of Life Lutheran Church members will travel to Tacoma on November 6 to attend a special event at Paci- fic Lutheran University's Ol- son Auditorium. Music and dramatic presentations will highlight the celebration of the 500th birthday of Martin Luther. The birthday festival begins at 3 p.m. Briarwood Elementary School night custodian Bill Ennever retired on Septem- ber 30 and celebrated his 76th birthday two days later. Briarwood School families will gather at 7 p.m. October 25 for the first skating party of the school year at Tif- fany's in Kent. The King County Travel" ing Library, which has made a stop at Briarwood Sch., I for a number of years, wit I stop at Liberty High Sch0 in the future due to lack 0J TheY space at Briarwood. . . will be at Liberty on the lirsL and third Tuesdays of each month from 3 to 4 p.m. Liberty High School buil!" ing construction class is again offering storage sheds for u price of the material to huizu them. An 8x12 storage shed is $475 Contact the schOOl at 228-3050 for further information. ** * * * $ *$ A three-day craft bazaa.rt I Coalfield Five-Star AthleLl. Club Hall will offer for s; Christmas decorationS, biJ t clothes, hand made cry items, dolls, flower arran ments and baked goods'^r' I Friday, November 4, v . are from 10 a.m. to 6 P'i on Saturday, November. n from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. atld 0 Sunday, November 6 fr0r ,v to4 p.m. Liberty hosts fi'Fth Homecoming tl00i:s week n,.ao,,  ..... h=r a rr,m "7 Homecoming queen Ronda Kutz is congratulated by well-wishers as she resides over ....  ...................... P Liberty High will host its alumni cheerstaff will P2 ....  ,h,= the half-time festwRies at Issaquah High's Homecoming game last Friday Top right, [ to y p.m. . ... rT.m., ,. Shannon Doherty twirls her fire baton. Below, junior and senior girls slug it out in the fifth Homecoming this week form in the traditional d: IIIll=,,,,, panel class is ,a, lm pre .... - traditional Powder Puff football game. Photos by Debble Bruslus. with-a Powderpuff football routine "Grease." "o} Ii reglstratlonrequirea, game Wednesday, October parade of floats begins.": [[fI'""- For further information 26, a reception and assembly 7:10 p.m. During halft [ call the Eastside Mental ,, Friday, October 28, a foot- the alumni drill team rn+o 0utlU Health Education Depart- ball game at Issaquah bw will perform ar 1 meat at 455-9156. . . stadium that evening and a " thecurrent team.. | .-  Arts projects accessuble to handmapped sought Ski clinic dance Saturday, October 29. 9 m to 1 ty gym fr# The theme of the celebra- rday wlllbe PUGET SOUND & SNOQUALMIE VALLEY R, tion is "One thing leads to heThiendthncLSatrt R0 The King County Arts deaf, blind, developmentally, programming for special A free clinic in cross coun- another." p. . a.m. Dresswilll "   t,PlV@ D+.qllNi,qL  Commission, is seeking ar- disabled, physically han- populations, and it is one of try skiing will be held Wed- The Powderpuff game be- semi-formal. Live music ! II Ch! ,   b . tists proposals for projects dicapped, elderly, hospitaliz- the few county arts agencies nesday, November 9, at 7 tween sophomore, junior and be provided by "Ce + IP"JF,..,t /L " .   IA 1 which would make the arts ed, and incarcerated, in the nation which has put p.m., in the Issaquah senior girls will be held Wed- Point." Tickets are $0v II .,lm. '  " .- "  II I"- %=4P II P= t-- more accessible to special ,,' so much energy into develon_ Library. nesdayat7:3Op.m, at the person and $12 per couple' ., h (?':  - SAT, & SUN. populations throughout the Artists, arts groducing or- ing "special'audiences for The clinic is sponsored by Liberty field. There will be For alumni over 21, thl_ P ,ll []  OOTOBF.R+I[&3O  " ....... county:The new"lsrogtam is ganizations, iffs'ituti0ns and thearts. .................. the SwalloW's Nest oUtfitters, analumni reception Fridayin will be a get togethCr'+t' ' ,llllllml []  ]1' [ 11A.M.-4:30 P.M. " committed to providing art agencies representing special the Bellevue and Everett the commons from 12:45 to Leonard's following.+,  ..kI-'! |il 1 RIDE THE SPOOKED TRAIN experiences of the highest populations are encouraged For infortation contact parks departments and the 1:15. A "welcome-back" homecoming game Til'eOV ,'lUllli'r l,]ai   (HALF FARE IF IN FULL COSTUME) quality and focuses on the toapply.  . _ ' .. King County Library system, assembly will be held im- 21 Alumni Club" and t "-- VI TT aran tsowen at the King , ....1i i . " i " Sl HE HAUNTED DEPOT arts themselves, rather than Count Arts Commission Equipment will be mediately afterwards, from Boosters Club will be at , : =_" BOARD IN NORTH BEND OR SNOQUALMIE the arts as therapy. Special Since 1972, theKin*, Coun ..... t y. , available for examination, 1:20 to 2:45. 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