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-!00lSchools Foundation Iseeks new member "l, The Issaquah Schools ment for,, each school in the |r0Undation is requesting ap- district. We intend to hold a ]Plieations for anyone inter- single fundraising event, ]ted in joining its board of probably a phone-a-t,hon, in F'ectors. The foundation was October of each year, stated lf0maed in January of this year Shaw. Our expectation is to t0receive tax deductible con- solicit funds for a particular libutions for the benefit of item such as science books or ,] the schools of the Issaquah lab equipment which the dis- ![!eh,ool District. The founda- trict is unable to include in 41!i0n s "School-A-Thons," its budget, but which is iden- .s[ld in March and October, tiffed as a high priority." bllSed nearly $50,000 for the lr]Saquah School District. on[ The nine-member board of :hi directors served for staggered at:" terms with three positions ![standing for election each ngffear. The position being [filled is the unexpired three- Year term of a director who lsigned. According to John haw, foundation president, ity This is a working board and las, Re person we are seeking is rk s, leone who will attend all ty. 0 the board meetings aqd I.  Io is prepared to roll up y,i II ir sleeves and actively par- s.i ,,ipate in Foundation activi- ; U;s.,, r6 r The foundation is currently lCllecting pledges made dur- !l a math and science equip- Persons interested in serv- ing on the Foundation Board are asked to send a letter to the Foundation at 23839 SE 33rd Street, Issaquah 98027. The letter should include the person's name, address, phone number and briefly describe the person's interest in serv- ing. Current board members will schedule interviews with applicants during the week of November 30 and the final selection is expected to be made that week. Regular meetings of the Foundation Board are held on the third Monday of each month and are open to the public. For information re- garding the time and place of any meeting, call 392-8606. Contributions for math and science equipment may also be mailed to the Foundation at the above address. A distinctive private school for children with high expectations Where children develop and seek fulfillment through internal motivation, self expression and academic excellence Elementary Grades - Kindergarten and P;'e-K Ides - Summer Program - Special Electives 98027 NUTCRACKER T II E M I)T I I) N P I 1: T I R E Goodbye log house, hello visitors Volunteers from the Issaquah Tourist Information Center gathered at the log Cabin they've called home for the last year to say "goodbye." The cabin has been sold and the information center will move into new quarters. Even as the group was assembling at the cabin, a man pulled up to get brochures about the area, prompting one woman to comment that the tourist center has been so busy, the work "just doesn't stop." _ _JLctNG and NAILS !!L DAZZLE them for the Holidays!! Whether you want tanning, nail artistry, some Iowlit haircol- oring to disguise grey hairs, a touch of autumn highlights, or want a whole 'new look,' the staff at Halrtecs is prepared to help you with your full fashion needs. Pre.Holiday TANNING & NAIL ARTISTRY Available. HAIRTECS The Professional Salon 392.0503 Open Six days a week with extended evening hours Heritage Square 730 N..W. Gilman Blvd. Next to R oundtable Pizza THOMAS COLEMAN and MICHAEL ROSENBLA'IT" Present A IIYI'ERION/KUSHNER'IX)CKE I'roduclit,n NUTCRACKER Starring PACII:IC NORTItWEST BALLET t,.., .s, SlO. t ,,a  .*,. *, m,. Choreographed by KENT STOWELL Music by PETER IL.YICH TCliAIKOVSKY Performed by LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by SIR CHARLES MACKERRAS Production Design by MAURICE SENDAK Director of Photography STEPHEN I|. BURUM, A.S.C. Execulive Producers TItOMAS COLEMAN and MICHAEL RosENBLAI"I" Produced by WI|.LARD CtRROI,L, DONALD KUSItNER, I'ETER LOCKE and THOMAS L. WILIII1 E Directed by CARROLL BALLARD Original Soundlrack Recording Available tn't ''4l'"""Jt",4wJl]l onlelarc' Compact Discs, Digital Records and'lapes .......... GOOD COOKS SHOP HERE '19 95 i VHS Beta hug g Rvlail  ,,..,,.h ....... .-. lhi4'i iti -..=: .... ON VIDEOCASsETTE ' est performer in the business.'" " M & c 1987 paramount P,clures Corp All Hghts Reserved City tight00idec 82 Front St. So., Downtown Issaquah Telephone 392-6700 "The best stocked video store in the Seattle area" - s.me Times Lender's Bagels Onion, Plain, Raisin & Honey, 10-12 oz ............... Citrus Hill Orange Juice Reg. or Calcium Plus, 12 oz ................................. Green Giant Vegetables Assorted Varieties, 10 oz. Boxes .......................... Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese .,QQ Plain, 8 oz ........................................................  J DarigoldSourCream OIQ(3 1/2 Pint ........................................................... =11, , Citrus Hill Orange Juice ca , $1,89 Reg. or Calcium Plus, 64 oz. rio ................... .I Coors & Coors Light *4 99 12-12 oz. No-return Bottles ............................... ., Harem's Beer ?3 99 12.12 oz. No-return Bottles ............................ Taylor California Cellars $ 7Q Chablis, Rose, Burgunoy, Rhine, Blush 1.5 Itr....1 | IIIIH ii ii I I ::.:.:'(::TL'v.'.'.".v The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, November 1 I, 1987. Page 3 Kids out of school early The following early-release :!;, schedule in the Issaquah School District for November has been announced by Boyce Heidenreich, director of staff development: Friday, November 13 - 5-9 Elementary students will be dismissed at noon, to allow teachers to complete grade reports.Kindergarten casses will not be held. Friday, November 20 - Elementary students will be dismissed at noon. Teachers will be holding special parent conferences. Kindergarten classes will not be held. Tuesday, November 24 - Middle school students will be dismissed at 11:15 a.m. Middle school teachers have scheduled arena conferences for parents. Wendesday, November 25 - Middle school students will be dismissed at 11:15 a.m. Middle school teachers have scheduled arena conferences for parents. i Call For Reservations Box 607. Fall City, WA 98024 222-5191 GARDENBARK 1 to 21/ Yards ................ $9.50 a yard 3 to 5 yards .................. $8.00 a yard You-Haul Call for Delivery Price. s 392-3313 At P,'eston Exit 22, 1-90 i m| C & H Sugar $9 RCl 10 lb. Bag ................  ..................................... =,,,,, a ' : Eagle Snack Nuts Honey Roasted Peanuts $t .99 12 oz ................................................................. ..! Real Chocolate Chips 99 Western Family, 12 oz .......................................... Delta Paper Towels 49 1 Ply, 68 sq. ft ....................................................... Ralston Chex Cereal $1,89 Bran, Rice, Corn, 12-16 oz ............................... ..! Wild Bird Food $1.49 10 lb. Bag ..... i ................................................ a G.E. Light Bulbs $1 00,,,,00 00ac, .................................... , #9350 KREAM KRUST BREAD 22 oz. Loaf, White or Dark Reg. 59 each 3/'1 Limit 3 loaves COUPON GOOD AT KC FOODS ONLY. ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER COUPON EXPIRES 11-17-87. 1/20th of 1' .,j OPEN 8AM TO 10PM ,, MON.-SAT. - SUN. 9AM TO 9PM 80 FRONT STREET SOUTH - ISSAQUAH Limit Rights PRICES EFFECTIVE NOV. 11 THRU NOV. 17, 1987. Reserved I i i i  I i i i I-TT::-: 7l !1111111 ,00 s,,,| .' U! It ,s ,2of.p E_.23 i i