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Page I0 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, October 26, 1983 Domestic violence program opens in Issaquah A counseling program for men who beat their wives or girlfriends is now available in Issaquah through Eastside Community Mental Health Center. Group counseling is held for two hours each Thursday at Community Baptist Church on Mountain Park Boulevard. The lssaquah domestic violence program has been open for about two months and serves men throughout the east Bellevue, lssaquah and Snoqualmie areas. Several other counseling pro- grams have been available Thursdays at the lssaquah location for more than a year. Staff therapist Doug Bartholomew says about half the men who go through the counseling program are able to resume a relationship with the women they have bat- tered. This is because it is not the relationship itself that is causing the problem, but the difficulties of low self- esteem, confusion about sex roles and general problems communicating with their • mate. "Stopping the fighting itself is easy," said Barthol- omew, "but finding the underlying cause of the violence is much more diffi- cult. Often men are using anger to express what they really feel but are afraid to show -- feelings of loneliness or sadness." Problems with alcohol and money also contribute to the domestic violence problem. Therapists Bartholomew and Fran Minietta try to help the men develop better ISSAQUAH MARK-IT F00D State will build interpretative center communication skills -- "We teach them how to fight [ q ah&apos;s Sal Hatch y fair," Minietta said. They at ssa u men er also try to help them with their feelings that "I'm not good enough for any woman" or "1 can't seem to do anything right." Until five years ago, there was no treatment available at all for battering men, said Bartholomew. For information on the program, call Eastside Com- munity Mental Health Center in Bellevue at 455-HELP. STORE HOURS: M-W 9-7, Th-Fr 9-8. Sat. 9-7, Sun. 10-6 We At Issaquah Mark-it Foods Are Not Party To The Current Labor Dispute Between Allied Employers and Retail Meat Union 81. Our Meat Cutters Will Continue To Provide Top Quality Meat Products On A Continuing Basis. Sincerely, The Management MARKET FRESH PRODUCE FRESH TEXAS PINK GRAPEFRUIT C FOR 00 BANANAS MUSHROOMS The State Department of Fisheries will draw up plans for a $200,000 interpretative center at the Issaquah Sal- mon Hatchery in the next few months, and if all goes well, the center could be com- pleted by the 1985 Salmon Days. The plans were announced this week by spokesman Tony Floor, to the delight of the city's Committee on Tourism. The committee's first priority has been the up- grading of the hatchery. So far the committee has up- dated the inside displays, purchased directional road signs and signs at the ponds, painted several tanks and ponds and done some land- scaping. The fisheries department will also spend $12,000 over the next two years to build a viewing window to the egg in- cubators, increase public parking in back of the hat- chery, improve the windows and replace the siding at the back of the building. The interpretative center will be similar to the only other one in the state, in Soleduck. "I wish we could helicopter that one here, where it belongs," said Floor. Of the 60 salmon hat- cheries in the state, Issa- quah's is the closest to a large Help your learn in school district The Issaquah School F.+  trict will sponsor a ! workshop called Child to Learn," , ,::,%:<+ , 2 and 3 for parents "r 1 dren in grades one i-. ;  .............. :-- three. -,i - Parents will learn help their child study tively, how to improve child's memory and standing school and ways courage enjoyment o ing. The instructor is Butt, principal of Apollo mentary. The November 2 claSS be held from 7 to 8:30 P at the Administration Gerald Harkleroad paints blue stripes on the hatchery display tank before Salmon Days. Center and the class from I0 to 1 Apollo Elementary. city. The department will seek plans will be drawn up over "We were encouraged to funds for the interpretative the next few months to give There is no take a greater role in the center through the 1985 state the department a better esti- more information, development of the hatchery legislature. In the meantime, mate of the actual cost. 7800. when we saw the strong in- terest on the part of the city t,i . and tourism committee to Game dept. won. kill native fish beautify and develop it into an educational center," said A petition asking the State poisoning this year. dents and the Floor, adding that the Department of Game not to The petition was signed re- "failure to consider department was "over- poison the native fish of Pine cently by more than 100 resi- cant adverse whelmed" by the public in- Lake will make little impact dents of the Pine Lake area and health factors." terest in the hatchery over the on the department -- Pine expressing concern about the The department dseS Salmon Days weekend. Lake is not scheduled for lack of notice given local resi- chemical Rotenone in LB. lake every few years i I = , II SIZE 11 off native fish init with SAVE 10 LB. SAVE ,1.10 LB. 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