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Page 3 !re comes Santa Here comes Santa right down Front don&apos;t look for the Jol- One right now, but expect him Dec. I. by fire engine at Lm., Santa and his soldiers will light tree that the Celebrations it putting up at Boulevard and Front lighting the tree, waddle over to Field, where a will be set up kiddies don't get while asking San- What they want for arrives Saturday Issaq uah Park Irv Green assures the town that Santa will arrive on schedule. will by this a bonfire well The Issaquah Chorale, apple cider. Way. And thanks to under the direction of Lois Earlier thatmorningSanta Thriftway there Hall Peterson, will keep Claus will tour the Hi Lo cups of hot apple everyone warmer still with a and Gilman Village shop- warm everyone's Christmas carol sing-along, ping centers, by fire truck You have to sing for your passing out goodies to young and old alike. The day-long community Christmas celebration is brought to the community by the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce and the Issa- quah Celebrations Commit- tee. The Chamber will see to it that Santa sticks around every day until Christmas, so that he can hear gift re- quests and have photo- graphs taken. His house will be at Chris Bennett Home Furnishings, 131 Front St. N. A few stores deserve mention for donations to the event. Holly's Restaurant is helping to pro- vide a lift-truck to put decorations on the upper portion of the Christmas tree, which could be up to 30 feet high. Coast to Coast and Safeway in Issaquah and K-Mart in Bellevue have donated some of the strings of lights. The Issa- quah Fire Department cut the tree and put it in place. Anyone who wants to help decorate the tree, or donate decorations should be at Rainer Boulevard and Front Street by 11 a.m. our lOth Anniversary.t 20% off selected dresses, w001 slacks, and blouses. 20% off K0ret, Catalina & Beaujolais Separates: "Pick a Card" for discounts on t other merchandise /';,!!i',/'\\;,  Grab bags-S1 to $20 (I C  t  ! ', 1} values while they last t 00w..0w..ss,,0u00 iday activities for seniors liday bazaar offering quilt will be raffled off Dec. The non-profit program is ade treats, tree 14. The hours are 10 a.m. to sponsored by Eastside Corn- and household 4p,m. munity Mental Health will be held at DayBreak helps frail Center as a community ser- the Eastside's older adults live in- vice. A sliding fee schedule program for older dependently by providing is available and the program Dec. 10 through 14. is just south of Id Road in the Center, Room 1111-110th N.E., and is on Metro's route. DPers will find !ade jams and jellies, Uble bed quilt, hangers and a of Christmas decora- the bazaar. The supportive social activities, counseling and basic health care. qualifies for Medicaid payments. Decorate Bonzai way The public is invited to join the members of the Issaquah Garden Club at 1 p.m. Nov. 28 at the Issa- quah Community Hall, when Mrs. Eugene Kent, Your Own & / Or choose one of our letterheads which will be imprinted with your typed message. OlO00 ) C Press and Copy Center Bonsai expert, will lead them in a Bonsai work shop. Members and interested guests should bring a small tree or shrub to make into a Bonsai. Bring also a pair of pruning scissors, soil for the planting and a container for the finished Bonsai. 00Cut Trees:  Large Stately Nobles Sheared Douglas Natural Douglas 9( Licv!n.g.00,yrees: f kn'orHe varieties-- Pines-Firs-Spruce be at 11 a.m., followed by Christmas Evergreens the luncheon at noon. After "' the luncheon there will be a Holly, Garlands, Swags, Wreaths ' short display and study of . the three flower arrange- Poinsettias ment styles, crescent, triangle and spherical. Beautiful, full plants, IUI. J 11 Hostess will be Mrs.  Foil wropped. James Jones, Mrs. George Pipkin and Mrs. Martin Emrick. LBI sets music festival f ? "Get ready," a Christmas musical by Larry Mayfield, will be presented by the iA Lutheran Bible Institute Choir at the Annual Advent Festival Saturday and Sun- day, December 1 and 2, at 8 o'clock each evening. T The two performances Holiday Decorations Ornaments Candles Brooms Lights Stockings / Basket arrangements ALL BULBS HALF PRICE Tulips-Daffodils-Crocus-Rock Garden Gift Ideas Moisture Meter $9.95 Herb Garden $4.50 Bird Feeders Rubbermaid $5.95 ,/U Shitake Mushroom Logs $12.95 <,'/i/',,,,',' Hummingbird Feeders $6.98 .I ,,,,//,,,/,/, will be given in the school ;  7 FIR chapel at Providence " & Service in pr|ntinI Heights, Issaquah. Included Open Monday in the concert will be other thru Saturday Hi-Lo Shopping Center traditional choir selections, 9to5 NMR$RY [N.W. Gilman Blvd. lssaquah drama and an orchestra. 392-9450 The choir is under the direc- tion of Pastor Daniel Hi-LoCenter, Issaquah 392-7657 Bloomquist. ' .........  ..................